Oscar and the Truth Toad, Travis Louie.
[Prints available here.]
You Sure Can’t Do, Buddy Guy (1958)
An homage to Guitar Slim‘s The Things That I Used to Do.
Buddy Guy – Guitar and Vocals
Ike Turner – Guitar
Willie Dixon – Bass
Odie Payne – Drums
Harold Burrage – Piano
Carlson Oliver – Tenor Sax
Eddie Jones – Tenor Sax
Jackie Brenston – Baritone Sax
Beetle wing embroidery (tutorial).
A 23 year old auditioned for the Monkees on 7 October 1965. R.I.P. Michael Nesmith.
[Top image: I wasn’t shopping for socks but I found those here.]
[Found in here.]
I had a TV just like that. It stopped working when a raw egg somehow got into the rear vent over the CRT and fried it.
Google translate gives us this description (from the video):
Introducing rare Japanese fish. A unique Matsukasauo. I saw it after a long time. In the old days, you could throw it into a bonfire, bake it and eat it. The scale is hard and the kitchen knife does not enter. Although small , he is very delicious. When processing, do you put a knife in the anus or cut it with scissors? For roasted and steamed fish. It is expensive as an ornamental fish because it has a rare value. It may be sold as a stuffed animal for ornamental purposes. It’s a fish like a skeleton, but it’s also called a pineapple fish.