Vincent Hayes “Inner City Blues” Featuring Andy Frisinger @ 2014 WYCE Jammie Awards

Vincent Hayes
Published on Jun 2, 2014

Vincent Hayes “Inner City Blues” From “The Grind” @ 2014 WYCE Jammie Awards. Featuring guest artist Andy Frisinger on Sax.

Written long ago and sadly even more relevant now.

That says a lot and it is not a good result.






i was feeling lazy and assigned the teeth to the armature with automatic weights……,,,,, never do this

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The Kappa is a mythical turtle-like creature from Japan. The Kappa is a river demon and has the body of a turtle and a human with a divot on its head where it stores water. The Kappa is mischievous and is known to pull pranks and even kidnap children. If one can trick the Kappa into spilling all the water on its head it will become loyal to that person and do whatever that person desires.



Melon Heads are humanoid cryptids found in Michigan, Connecticut, and Ohio. They get their name from their abnormally bulbous round heads. They are known to attack people they are said to live in woods and forests, on abandoned roads, and even have some areas such as neighborhoods designated to them (if what my old friends said was true). Experts believe sadly that these cryptids are just misunderstood people suffering from the condition hydrocephalus which causes people to have large heads while most people believe the legends and think they are a cryptid.

via cryptids-of-the-world


American Horror Story


This is right on my too creepy threshold…



















Mikoyan Gurevich 105 Spiral





Hermes, in from France


Dream Chaser


The Air Force’s X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle mission 4 landed at NASA ‘s Kennedy Space Center Shuttle Landing Facility May 7, 2017. Managed by the Air Force Rapid Capabilities Office, the X-37B program is the newest and most advanced re-entry spacecraft that performs risk reduction, experimentation and concept of operations development for reusable space vehicle technologies.


This one features mysteriously long missions… all well above top secret, of course.














X-20 Dyna-Soar



we hope


guestbook link

Eulogy For Clare

Clarinta Elda Elizabeth Moore
(aka Clare P. and Clarita)
May 12, 1922 – November 16, 2017

Growing up I thought of Aunt Clare as that happy lady who came over a lot, was my
Aunt and loved to pinch my cheek really hard, call me an embarrassing name and give
me tons of presents. She’d always be sure to remind us to never say nine but instead to
say ni-yun, so people would be sure to understand what we meant. That came from
being a teacher for Ma Bell, teaching all the girls how to be operators. She did that at
least two, maybe three decades…a lady not afraid to try new things.

Now I see her more as The Giver, The Helper. Always giving. To the Indians
especially, others,too. But wait…

She always brought tons of food, too, remember?

A passion for food took root in Clare early on… she’d tell stories of behind the scenes
happenings in the kitchens of her clients… when she was twelve years old. She was a
pro that early because she stepped up in support of her family. Her dad had been
called to the Lord very early on, you see. She took that support as a mission to heart…
to her Soul and kept at it right up to her last day here. That is so beautiful a thing.

But the food…

She loved food and cooking and seeing to it that every single person there; and
sometimes there were quite a lot; wound up stuffed and happy. I was always amazed at
how much food she could make on a moment’s notice.

Holidays always saw everyone pounding pound after pound of perfect pasta sarde,
serious shrimp cocktails, delicious Dolly breads for Easter, astounding apple pies and
of course, her glorious Baked Beans, which define the phrase “indescribably
delicious.” They are one of those treasures of a lifetime that simply can never be
duplicated, for not a one of us has that God-given magical touch.

Clare’s devotion to family especially her siblings was powerful right to her dying day.
There’s Orlando, who everyone called Tim, Anita and Louise, Evalyn and Lena, her
parents, husbands Joe Greco and Clay Moore, cousins, especially Bobby Morrell, as
well as friends she adored… with very deeply felt emotions for each and every one.

Her heartthrobs were Erroll Flynn and Randolph Scott and the music was by Gene
Autry, the Sons of the Pioneers and our very own Uncle Tim, who could hold his own
with those guys for sure.

Always the traveler, the adventurer, Clare would go out West, ride horses, stay at dude
ranches and just be toolin’ around in her Model A Ford, gobbling up life with gusto. She
must have been quite something back in the day.

Clare was never afraid to tackle any issue in order to keep us safe and secure no matter
where she was or what her situation was. Clare was likewise never afraid to spread her
love as far as she could with the hotspot being her family. She did these things with
remarkable success and her example lives on as inspiration for all of us to follow.

She taught me so much in those last few years. Taught me without even knowing she
was… about dealing with my profound sadness and inner anger and especially about
what love really is. And that is nothing less than giving solace and comfort, protection
and security with no expectation of return. But even in her final days she managed to
give me clear messages of love in return. Truly a remarkable lady.

Fare thee well, my dear Aunt Clare – I know you are up in heaven now, watching
over us, keeping us safe. I feel you here sometimes.

Enjoy your new journey knowing that you will live in love in our hearts forever.

— Iggy Makarevich

I read that today at Clare’s funeral. Made it to the end in one shot with just a couple of quavers toward the end! Thank you to those who hlped me get to where I could do that.

It was a small, intimate and lovely ceremony and just as I had hoped it would be. The crowd was small but the people there were the right people and that was definitely a welcome thing. All my love to everyone that was there. That goes for the man from St. Mary, too, who I sadly forgot to exchange names with. He was so pleasant, which was a good result as I had no clue what to expect.

I was blessed to have my dear friend Andy Raynor, (the holiest person I’ve ever met), do the interface with the divine. She is so good at that and then there came the fabulous, unaccompanied Amazing Grace sung by my dear cousin Jamie Petrone which gave us the sweet, soulful sound we needed at just the right time. Quite a few commented how great it was. Jamie is so inspiring.

Such wonderful family and friends … made me feel at ease and loved.

And then … wouldn’t ya know it…

There was a bit of paranormal in it, too, thank God, as Aunt Clare was there (!!!) in the form of a tiny bird seated at the peak of a nearby pointed monolith watching us and at just the right time chirped at us directly and then flew off, fortunately right after I got in a rockin’ thumbs up!

I will treasure it always.

photo by jerri Wiley mods by Iggy Makarevich














Ford Capri

A serious contender and a very fine sports and rally ride.

And some were even sold here on occasion. And the later ones were sold at the dealers here.

Never lucky enough to have one but my friend was and loved it so, yeah!

It became clear in the making of this that I need many more Escort pics than are in inventory… way too much media library scrolling going on!




Published on Nov 2, 2016

SAMANTHA FISH – guitar, vocals


GO-GO RAY – drums

Filmed in 1080HD quality and Callahan’s Music Hall, Nov 1, 2016

omg … no bounds for Miss Fish’s talent!

Nope, not a one.

via John Ripper



C Dorian Mauro Samuel

Mauro Samuel
Published on Apr 7, 2018

Coffee Break Grooves Acid Jazz 1-7
Boss DS-1W Waza
Marshall Class 5
N Zaganin Strat

Go Mauro! Sweet and smooth… really nice tone.

Simpatico with my bio.

Still very into gear I see, well, more power to ya, if you make sounds like this!

Rock on, amigo.





la cegua






la llorona






la mano peluda

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Darkcornerbooks from Portugal, Bruno Santos, brilliantly illustrates some of the lesser known monsters. From a 400-year-old spider who eats handsome men to the ghost of a whale that brings famine. These terrifying monsters are sure to haunt your dreams.



Folsom Prison Blues – Roy Clark

Boars Nest
Published on Jul 9, 2017

I hear the train a comin’ rollin’ round the bend
I ain’t seen the sunshine since I don’t know when
Well I’m stuck in Folsom Prison and time keeps draggin’ on
While a train keeps a rollin’ on down to San Antone

Well when I was just a baby my mama told me son
Always be a good boy don’t ever play with guns
Well I shot a man in Reno just to watch him die
When I hear that whistle blowin’ I hang my head and I cry

Well I’ll bet there’s rich folks eatin’ in some fancy dinin’ car
Probably drinkin’ coffee and smokin’ big cigars
Well I know I had it comin’ I know I can’t be free
But those people keep a movin’ and that’s what tortures me

Well if they freed me from this prison if that railroad train was mine
I bet I’d move it on a little farther down the line
Far from Folsom Prison that’s where I long to stay
Then I’d let that lonesome whistle blow my blues away

Johnny’s classic masterfully done with a heapin’ helpin’ o’ Roy for some grins!

Great stuff from more innocent times.



Stevie Ray Vaughan – Austin Opera House: April 15, 1984 ( Full Album )

Published on Jan 2, 2015

Stevie Ray Vaughan – Austin Opera House: April 15, 1984 ( Full Album )

01. Testify (4 22)
02. Voodoo Child (Slight Return) (10 06)
03. Honey Bee (2 58)
04. Mary Had A Little Lamb (3 13)
05. Tin Pan Alley (11 11)
06. Pride And Joy (4 52)
07. Texas Flood (11 14)
08. Band Introduction (1 39)
09. Cold Shot (4 31)
10. The Things (That) I Used To Do (5 11)
11. Couldn’t Stand The Weather (4 16)
12. Stang’s Swang (2 47)
13. Testify (4 24)
14. Band Introduction (1 33)
15. Rude Mood (3 52)
16. Scuttle Buttin’ (2 50)

all rights reserved to Stevie Ray Vaughan  , this video is for entertainment purposes only, i own nothing !

Ahhh, Stevie Ray, the master, my guru Charlie Wallace’s favorite picker, surely – and who can argue with that?




John Richardson
Published on Mar 27, 2018

At Callahan’s Music Hall for 2 back to back shows for one last time before the Venue closes – fantastic performance of this great song !

Nothin’ out there quite like Miss Fish, is there?


John Richardson
Published on Mar 27, 2018

Samantha Fish rips out this powerful ballad……

Mmm… power!




Peter Green – Whatcha Gonna Do ? ( Full Album ) 1981

Published on Mar 9, 2014

Peter Green – Whatcha Gonna Do ? ( Full Album ) 1981

01 – 00:01 – Gotta See Her Tonight

02 – 05:50 – Promised Land

03 – 09:23 – Bullet in the Sky

04 – 12:46 – Give Me Back My Freedom

05 – 18:27 – Last Train to San Antone

06 – 24:00 – To Break Your Heart

07 – 27:56 – Bizzy Lizzy

08 – 31:25 – Lost My Love

09 – 36:50 – Like a Hot Tomato

10 – 39:59 – Trying To Hit My Head Against the Wall

Peter Green — guitar, vocals
Ronnie Johnson — guitar
Roy Shipston — keyboards
Paul Westwood — bass guitar
Mo Foster — bass guitar
Dave Mattacks — drums
Lennox Langton — percussion
Jeff Daly — saxophone
Produced by Peter Vernon-Kell……

I do not own anything all rights reserved to Peter Green , this video is for entertainment purposes only, i own nothing !

The facebook page is not a real page, but one of those auto-generated ones. Quite sure he doesn’t need the extra hassle it’d surely be.

And Peter, I, personally, have no idea what I’m gonna do… so… uhm… yeah




Meep Meep!


Fairlady Z


Crew Cab!


Partina 14er Karmann


A very sweet Ginetta. Made by genies!


Group 5 Schnitzer cars… Toyota Celica and BMW 1.4 2002


Opel Ascona (Kadett here in the yewessay)


Massively modified Mini


BMW E21. Looks lots faster than the one I had.


Maserati Sebring (first generation)


Jaguar XJ-13



Pink Floyd Live Footage 1970s

Published on Sep 8, 2017

1970  71  72

Pink Floyd

1. Cymbaline 1970 San Francisco

2. Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun  1970 “Saint Tropez Festival 08:39

3. Careful with that Axe 1972 Briton Eng  19:46

4. Obscured by Clouds When You’re In 1973 Atlanta 27:16

5. Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun 1972  31:56

6.”Celestial Voices” 1971 Pompeii 40:59

7. Abbaye de Royaumont, Royaumont, France 1971 45:26

Studies show that the world needs more Floyd.

Here ya go!



Igor Stravinsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, his daughter Nadezhda Rimskaya-Korsakova, her fiancé Maximilian Steinberg, and Yekaterina Gavrilovna Stravinskaya née Nosenko, Stravinsky’s first wife. The photo was taken in Rimsky-Korsakov’s living room in 1908, shortly before his death.

via barcarole

Cool picture.



Mister Sam Shearon’s FRANKENSTEIN’s MONSTER Limited Edition, Signed & Numbered Print.

In celebration of the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley’s ‘FRANKENSTEIN’ –
first published in 1818.

‘EDGAR ALLAN POE’ print – featuring both ‘The Raven’ and ‘The Black Cat’.

‘H.P. LOVECRAFT’ print – featuring tentacles, teeth, claws, fins and insect limbs… CTHULHU!!!

Nice stuff, I must say and very fairly priced, I think. I was sent a link to this artist by a crypto researcher who got it from the artist, who asked for linkage. I took a look and thought that the lads work was worthy of a mention here in the land of the worlds strangest lifeform.

There are others including two species of goatgirl and they’d look good in a frame on a desk or end table or something…

Nobody ever buys my art, but maybe they’ll get this guy’s stuff.