Beauty

 

Drive My Car – MonaLisa Twins (The Beatles Cover)

MonaLisa Twins
Published on Nov 1, 2012

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This year has been absolutely incredible so far! Over the summer we played nearly 30 live shows and we enjoyed every single one of them 🙂 This clip is from one of our most recent performances at the “Saloon” which is a Western/Steak Place in Vienna (Donauzentrum Kagran, 1220 Vienna) and we are performing the Beatles track called “Drive My Car.”

Our lovely band: Michael Mozeth on the Bass and Philipp Wolf on the drums

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Haha! Glad I found this… these girls are great!

 

 

George Harrison – (1987) When We Was Fab (With George’s Introduction)

CHEM GLOP
Published on Jan 14, 2014

“When We Was Fab” is a song written by George Harrison and Jeff Lynne about the days of Beatlemania, when The Beatles were first referred to as the “Fab Four.” The song appears on Harrison’s 1987 album Cloud Nine and was later released as the 2nd single from that album in January 1988.

Neato fabuloso!

 

 

JAZZ BASSIST – HADRIEN FERAUD

BassTheWorld.com
Published on Apr 13, 2018

Bassist Hadrien Feraud plays “Friday Night At the Cadillac Club” by Bob Berg with the gang, using his Mayones Jabba Signature Bass.

More about this instrument: Our review: youtu.be/r_u21GiMsgI Website: mayones.com/page/jabba-hadrien…

bass: Hadrien Feraud
drums: Chaun D. Horton
grand piano: Ruslan Sirota

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Shazam! Dig it, man, dig it!

 

 

Sugarloaf – Green-Eyed Lady (Original Song HQ) 1970

MsCarapple
Published on Feb 10, 2013

So good to hear this again. Way good then… way good now.

 

 

“The very best moment of my wild Arctic Fox experience from yesterday. Please enjoy with sound“

🎥: Stefan Forster

Source: everythingfox

Via: palumbocathy

Awww

 

 

Ab Fab

 

 

dinner

Too focused on its jelly meal, Placenticeras doesn’t notice the approaching Selmasaurus turning it into a hunting method teaching subject for her offspring

Source: stolpergeist

 

 

Peter Green – Cryin’ Won’t Bring You Back

sanny blues
Published on May 19, 2012

Blues By Green

Cryin’ Won’t Bring You Back

Peter Green – Topic
Published on Jan 25, 2017

Provided to YouTube by Sanctuary Records

Cryin’ Won’t Bring You Back · Peter Green Little Dreamer ℗ 1980 Sanctuary Records Group Ltd., a BMG Company

Drums: Dave Mattacks
Engineer, Mixer: Mike Cooper
Percussion: Morris Pert
Bass Guitar: Paul Westwood
Lead Guitar: Peter Green
Lead Vocals: Peter Green
Producer: Peter Vernon-Kell
Rhythm Guitar: Ronnie Johnson
Organ: Roy Shipston
Composer: Michael Green
Composer: Peter Green

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peter green

The Lord singeth.

The Lord playeth.

 

 

BruceMarioMkIV

Mr. Bruce McLaren and Mr. Mario Andretti pose with the Ford GT40 Mk IV that they won the 1967 Sebring race in.

Heroes all.

 

 

Billy Strings & Don Julin – Full Performance (Live on KEXP @Pickathon)

KEXP
Published on Apr 10, 2016

KEXP.org presents Billy Strings & Don Julin performing live on the Logging Road at Pickathon. Recorded July 31, 2015.

Songs:

No More Paper Logs
Dust in a Baggie
Albino Skunk
Dealing Despair

Audio Engineer: Matt Ogaz
Cameras: Jim Beckmann, Sam Kelly Jr., Luke Knecht & Justin Wilmore
Editor: Luke Knecht
Photo thumbnail by Amber Knecht
kexp.org
pickathon.com

Sweet!

 

 

Little Feat – Willin’ sung by Lowell George Live 1977. HQ Video.

Muppet1950
Published on Nov 21, 2009

Little Feat performing Willin’ probably their best known song. Written by and sung here by the hugely talented and sadly missed Lowell George Live in 1977. What an amazing band they were then….such sensitivity for each others playing….great balance.

Lyrics:

I been warped by the rain, driven by the snow
I’m drunk and dirty, don’t ya know,
And I’m still willin’
Out on the road late last night,
Seen my pretty Alice in every head light
Alice, Dallas Alice

I’ve been from Tucson to Tucumcari Tehachapi to Tonapah
Driven every kind of rig that’s ever been made
I’ve driven the back roads so I wouldn’t get weighed
If you give me: weed, whites, and wine
And you show me a sign
I’ll be willin’ to be movin’

I’ve been kicked by the wind, robbed by the sleet
Had my head stoved in, but I’m still on my feet
And I’m still… willin’
Now I smuggled some smokes and folks from Mexico
Baked by the sun, every time I go to Mexico
And I been from Tuscon to Tucumcari Tehachapi to Tonapah
I’ve driven every kind of rig that’s ever been made
I’ve driven the back roads so I wouldn’t get weighed
And if you give me: weed, whites, and wine
And you show me a sign
I’ll be willin’ to be movin’

Timeless truth… timeless beauty.

 

 

Glen Campbell & Steve Wariner Perform “Galveston”

breautube
Published on Aug 20, 2015

From 2002, Glen Campbell & Steve Wariner perform “Galveston,” introduced by Brad Paisley, with video intro that includes comments by Merle Haggard, Keith Urban, Melissa Etheridge, Toby Keith, Radney Foster, Tracy Byrd, Robert K. Oermann and Tom Roland.

I am still so sad that he is gone… what an incredible talent and among the top handful of guitarists in the entire history of the guitar.

 

 

De Tomaso Mangusta Great V8 Sound On Hillclimb

19Bozzy92
Published on Nov 6, 2015

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Watch and hear this very loud De Tomaso Mangusta in action during an hillclimb event here in Italy.

Camcorder: Canon Legria HF G30 & M46 + Canon DM-100 Microphone

Events: Alpe del Nevegal 2013-2014-2015 Where: Belluno, Italy

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Mangustas are so very beautiful.

 

 

Why are more people seeing the terrifying Gugwe?

Mattsquatch Presents
Published on May 21, 2019

In the last few month I’ve been getting a lot of people telling they are seeing the type three Bigfoot or “the Gugwe.” These are known to have a bad reputation and to have a snout like a baboon.

Gugwe artwork by Alex Merkin

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Genoskwa The killer Bigfoot!

We are IF
Published on May 23, 2019

Genoskwa The killer Bigfoot! It’s collab time once again and we have another great subject covered in depth by Ryan Tremblay, Ryan wrote the Wendigo story I looked at a few videos ago, and is back with a cryptid related to the Bigfoot. This Sasquatch cousin is a little different to its kin, a lot more violent and feared by those that know of its existence. This creature is known as Ge’nos’kwa When one thinks of Sasquatch, We often think of a shy, elusive beast. But what of the subspecies? Ranging from the Gugwe’–the alleged ‘face eaters,’ The Skunk Ape–A bipedal Ape-like creature said to lurk in the wetlands of the Florida region. Today, we focus on a variety of Sasquatch spoken of in legend and lore. The Genoskwa. Within the far flung regions of North America, lives a creature of nightmare. A beast of savagery. Sometimes referred to as the ‘Wendigo,’ The Genoskwa is a subspecies of Sasquatch mentioned in Native American folklore as the “Stone Giant Man.”

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Nasty, mean and vicious!

 

 

Grmmbl.
February 16
And there she goes…😜💚

Via The Existence of Strange Things

Steve Inman
May 20 at 3:48 PM
Jungle Bike.

Via Ron Shaw

Great stuff, eh?!

 

 

Lauda Capri

Via Norm Murdock

And here are the two good friends in 1974. Glemser in front checking his “6,” Lauda his wing man in car #2. Salzburgring. RS3100s, early season variant.

Rest In Peace, Niki Lauda. Thank you for thrilling my Soul.

 

 

The Shadows – ‘Time Is Tight’ with Freddie Starr

Andrewshadowy
Published on Apr 12, 2009

The Shadows on The Freddie Starr Showcase in 1983. Very Funny.

Enjoy!

These guys, playing this song, makes my Soul smile.

And that is Huge.

 

 

Booker T. & the MGs – Hang ‘em high

whatiship73
Published on May 31, 2009

Booker T & the MGs Live at The Strand, New York 1991

Booker T Jones – Hammond Organ
Steve Cropper – Guitar
Donald Duck Dunn – Bass
Anton Fig – Drums

Sweet!

 

 

Blind Faith ~ Can’t Find My Way Home ~ (Acoustic HD)

steelyman08
Published on Nov 23, 2013

Some things remain timeless.

Lyrics:

Come down off your throne and leave your body alone
Somebody must change
You are the reason I’ve been waiting so long
Somebody holds the key
Well, I’m near the end and I just ain’t got the time
And I’m wasted and I can’t find my way home

Come down on your own and leave your body alone
Somebody must change
You are the reason I’ve been waiting all these years
Somebody holds the key
Well, I’m near the end and I just ain’t got the time
And I’m wasted and I can’t find my way home

And I ain’t done nothing wrong,
But I can’t find my way home.

Timeless is right. Such a thing of beauty.

It is quite a soothing piece to this tired old Soul.

 

 

Bravo to you, Mrs. Hawking! Bless you from the whole world.

This Was Stephen Hawking’s Last Words To The World

Unexplained Mysteries
Published on May 22, 2019

This was Stephen Hawking’s last words to the world. We take a look at one of Stephen Hawking’s last message to the world. Over the years there have been hundreds of predictions made and some of these have come true. Many different people from across the world make predictions about the future of humankind in an attempt to better understand and combat changing industries, personal obstacles, and events that may spell out doom for the rest of us. These predictions could come from self proclaimed psychics, emerging technologies in artificial intelligence, investors looking to predict future decisions and impacts on the economy or government research to provide intelligence relative to policy impact and decision making.

One individual that did make some interesting predictions was professor Stephen Hawking.

Thank you for watching!

Thank you to CO.AG for the background music!

This man is a hero and not just to me. Our generation’s Einstein. Such a spectacularly tuned mind. We had best heed his thoughts. Seriously.

 

 

falling

Friends who fall together, stay friends forever.

(via disney_princess_emily)

So sweet and such a lasting, healing memory to give a little one.

 

 

gorgeous

A loveliness that is not permitted to exist in my world, per the powerful, permanent curse that God has placed upon my Soul.

As an aside, Google search this image and see what you get.

 

 

MOKELE-MBEMBE EXPEDITION JANUARY 2016

Crypto Hunt
Published on Feb 13, 2018

Enjoy this this beautifully filmed expedition documentary (in French only at this time – sorry) about my friend Michel Ballot and his team looking for Mokele-mbembe in the upper Dja River in Cameroon. Special thanks to Michel and Louis Salva for permission to upload this on my channel.

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How thrilling it must be to be so close to such magnificent creatures. And how frustrating in the end.

 

 

Nguma-monene

Another of the mysterious creatures of equatorial Africa is the monstrous Nguma-monene, which is described to the natives as a great snake, but with accessories for snakes rather unusual, serrated bone-like combs on the back. The forked tongue of the snakes is said to leave its mouth.

Source

Nguma-monene

The translation of the indigenous name of Nguma-monene, or another indigenous name of Lingala, means “big boa or boa constrictor.”

Although Nguma-monene is described as a great snake, it is uncertain whether this is a snake, since the creature has always been It is quite possible that it is a large lizard or an unknown species of living dinosaur.

Nguma-monene is described in much the same way as the other cryptid Mbielu mbielu-mbiel, which is also sporadically observed in the Republic of Congo. It is quite likely that it is the same kind of creature. The size of the observed individuals is estimated to be from 40 to 60 m. Its observation is concentrated in the Congolese region of Dongou-Mataba and the Ubanga River. For those interested in the expedition, it is 250 km northwest of Dongou village, or 35 km from Impfondo village.

In 1961, Sister Michela Zabata, the first UN secretary, saw this creature. At work, she spotted a large mysterious animal 15 meters ahead in the river. She shouted the other natives and watched the gigantic creature in astonishment for over thirty minutes. Together they reported to the authorities a description of the animal.

In November 1971, local pastor Joseph Ellis Gets saw a twenty-meter-sized beast on the Mataba River. According to his information, the river was over sixty meters wide at the point of observation. His description of the creature totally coincided with the previous mass observation.

In consultation with the natives, he found that they knew the animal, but they were afraid to talk about it, for they would have called for misfortune.

Source

I don’t know about you, but I am intrigued and I want it found!

Two testimonials of sightings of Nguma-monene exist that were done near the Dongu-Mataba (tributary of the Ubangi River) in the Republic of the Congo. The first was done in 1961; the second ten years later in 1971 by pastor Joseph Ellis. He estimated the length of the (visible) tailpart as 10 meters long (equal to his dugout, no neck or head could be seen), and a diameter of 0.5 to 1 meter. Its color was tending to greyish-brown. When back in the village, it appeared that the subject was taboo. The above and other sightings were gathered by University of Chicago biologist Roy P. Mackal, who led two expeditions to the Likouala swamps in the Republic of Congo, while searching for the Mokele-mbembe

Source

If only I was wealthy and in good shape… you would find me out there hunting this creature and all his fantastic fellow monsters.

Yup.

 

 

Mars 2020 pass

I am quite proud to have my name on this one, not least because it has microphones! Well, at least one, hopefully two because stereo.

My name’s etched into previous craft, too, but this one is equipped to find critters. And hear them. But hey, just the wind’d be good, eh.

The rover is scheduled to launch as early as July 2020, with the spacecraft expected to touch down on Mars in February 2021.

Go NASA!

Get your name up there, eh… mars.nasa.gov/participate/send-your-name/mars2020/

 

 

“Alone“ by Alberto Barrero

Alberto Barrero
Published on Mar 22, 2014

From “The Night’s Soul” album ( albertobarrero.bandcamp.com/al… ) Gear: AFJ Custom Guitars “Classic S” (with Amalfitano pickups), Carl Martin “TOD,” “Echotone” and “Hot Driven’N Boost.” Fender Twin Reverb ‘65 RI (P.V Mod) amp. More info: www.afjguitars.com www.carlmartin.com and facebook.com/AlbertoBarre…

A great song for my ending.

“Looking for Answers” by Alberto Barrero – AFJ Custom Guitars / Carl Martin Effects demo

Alberto Barrero
Published on Mar 11, 2014

“Looking for Answers.” From “The Night’s Soul” album by Alberto Barrero (2008 ©). Recorded at “Blue Sphere” studio. More info: www.afjguitars.com and https://www.facebook.com/AlbertoBarre…

So sweet. Alberto is so good…

“Road to the show” by Alberto Barrero – AFJ Custom Guitars “Classic S” demo

Alberto Barrero
Published on Feb 26, 2014

New song using my new AFJ guitar with a Fender Twin Reverb ‘65 RI, Carl Martin Echotone & TOD and Thundertomate OD-808. More info: www.afjguitars.com

Lovely. Soothing.

 

 

What Huygens Saw On Titan – New Image Processing

VideoFromSpace
Published on Jan 14, 2015

For the probe landing’s 10th anniversary, a new sequence has been rendered from Huygens’ Descent Imager/Spectral Radiometer (DISR) data. The craft landed on Saturn’s largest moon on 14 Jan 2005. — Landing Animation: http://goo.gl/6t6XuA

Credit: Erich Karkoschka, DISR team, University of Arizona

Good stuff.

 

 

christ in the andes

The famed Christ the Redeemer statue stands atop Corcovado mountain.

How’d they get that up there?

Christ the Redeemer (Portuguese: Cristo Redentorstandard Brazilian Portuguese: [ˈkɾistu ʁedẽˈtoʁ], local pronunciation: [ˈkɾiɕtŭ̻ xe̞dẽ̞ˈtoɦ]) is an Art Deco statue of Jesus Christ in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, created by French sculptor Paul Landowski and built by Brazilian engineer Heitor da Silva Costa, in collaboration with French engineer Albert Caquot. Romanian sculptor Gheorghe Leonida fashioned the face. Constructed between 1922 and 1931, the statue is 30 metres (98 ft) high, excluding its 8-metre (26 ft) pedestal. The arms stretch 28 metres (92 ft) wide.[1][2]

The statue weighs 635 metric tons (625 long, 700 short tons), and is located at the peak of the 700-metre (2,300 ft) Corcovado mountain in the Tijuca Forest National Park overlooking the city of Rio de Janeiro. A symbol of Christianity across the world, the statue has also become a cultural icon of both Rio de Janeiro and Brazil, and is listed as one of the New7Wonders of the World.[3] It is made of reinforced concrete and soapstone.[4][5][6]

Corcovado, means “hunchback” in Portuguese, is a mountain in central Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It is a 710-metre granite peak located in the Tijuca Forest, a national park. — Pikiwedia

Always dug it. It is a very cool thing.