[Found here and everywhere.]
“I saw a spider.”
“If you buy a bucket of chicken, check it before you leave, or all you’ll get are backs and feet.” –Grampa Strutts
“The instant you pull out of your driveway you become traffic and everyone hates you.” –Bunk Strutts
“If Mama ain’t happy, ain’t nobody happy. If Papa ain’t happy, nobody gives a shit.” –Anonymous
[Top image: Painted gourd found in my garage. Artwork by Bunkessa years ago.]
Such a pretty cover of Sam Cooke’s 1964 classic “A Change Is Gonna Come” by Brian Owens and his father. (Cooke was singing about the Civil Rights Act and the repeal of Democrat Jim Crow Laws. The white people in that audience are embarrassing to watch.)
Brown was one of those rare musicians who could play the hell out of a 16d nail if you told him it was a musical instrument, and he had one tight band.
This is a “found” recording ostensibly from Damone Ramone‘s only public performance (Burma, 1979) performed on sewing machines, and sent to us by the 5th Ramone himself.
Have a great weekend folks. Stick around for more stuff.
In October 1919, Congress passed the National Prohibition Act, overriding a veto by President Woodrow Wilson. And so began the so-called noble experiment of Prohibition.