Read all about him on Wikipedia or – pop over to his web site
I had two of his books a long time ago. Long gone / misplaced / lost. But, if you are interested in the music of the 60s and 70s, the books and trees inside contain a veritable cornucopia of visual information relating to the music of the day.
I have often thought that it would be interesting to see something similar done for the
software industry – again starting in those heady days and how companies were gobbled up, grew, where the founders went to etc … I think the results would be fascinating.
Continue reading “🎵 Pete Frame”
Then a grand parade, by golly, he should have.
Of course, in a version suitably sized to the attendance at his inauguration, and tailored to both his musical taste and knowledge of military technology. The Chaps are happy to offer a preview.
So, a grand-
ish parade, then.
No, no need to thank us. Our pleasure.
You can read the original story
Did you note the marching on that Naval chief?
Cadet Bone Spurs could probably do as well.
Well, if it were not for him being who he is…
This chap was reminded of this the other day …
John Martyn was never classified in the ‘prog’ genre – quite rightly … but I definitely think there are some influences.
Like a zebra ‘influenced’ Brigit Riley?
Continue reading “🎵 John Martyn”
It will take five minutes and 24 seconds of your day.
**File Under ** Just Great 🎵
Continue reading “David Does David”
sometimes – you just have to wonder ….
Hundreds of top-secret and highly classified cabinet documents have been obtained by the ABC following an extraordinary breach of national security.
Click through … if you want to see the story of how this came to be.
I guess we should be happy that government ineptitude is not limited to the USA and the UK!
Then again – there is this ….
Continue reading “Good Grief”
It isn’t that we share shoes …. more that we interact.
It started as a simple chat about the ukelele as an instrument.
Now, no spoilers, please.
But then, somehow, as ever… It was Another Chap that started it all, when he threw this out ..
Jazz, Classical, but ukulele?
Don’t disrespect the ukulele.
and then went right on to share
James Hill doing Voodoo Child
Continue reading “The Chaps, Converse”