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"Moonage Daydream"




"Keep your Electric Eye on me babe"

Pancho and Lefty



Newsflash...pancho and lefty are the same dude

Is this our new norm?? (School lockdown)

I had an early afternoon today and happened to be home. My wife has been diligently working for weeks at our sons elementary school for the annual Carnival, which is tomorrow, and she was at his school setting things up when we both received a text from our daughter:

"Hey Mom and Dad...there were some gunshots heard outside the school. They've moved all of us bus riders into a classroom. We're safe but we're scared." She attached a picture of her feet up in the classroom, in an attempt to make us feel better...I know my daughter, she's just like me and she is trying to lighten the situation...


So right now, my wife and I are sitting in the parking lot of our oldest daughter's high school...waiting. Whatever happened to cause this situation isn't actively happening in our kids school but we're sick looking at each other knowing that this could have been or may still be our Parkland or Columbine.

Folks this shit is America 2019....parents scared shitless about their kids going to school.... We have to end this madness!!

First Listen: Townes Van Zandt/Sky Blue

A new album of previously unreleased songs by one of the greatest singer songwriters ever, Townes Van Zandt. The man about whom Steve Earle said "I will stand on Bob Dylan's coffee table in my cowboy boots and say Townes is the best songwriter ever!"

Lots of people would have loved to take a peek inside Townes Van Zandt's head for a moment, if only to understand the workings of the troubled songwriting genius' mind. Sky Blue, a candid sonic snapshot of a precious piece of time in the late folk/country troubadour's '70s heyday, comes as close as anyone is ever likely to get.




https://www.npr.org/2019/02/28/696718029/first-listen-townes-van-zandt-sky-blue?utm_source=facebook.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=nprmusic&utm_term=music&utm_content=20190228

Happy Birthday to the Man in Black!



Love the straight laced Luther Perkins tearing up his guitar solo and looking completely unfazed.

You can't Rockabilly without some Sun Records wax

Ubangis Stomp

Star an...just because it's where I am tonight

Modern Family fans?? I got a gift from my kids, lol

Our family collects Funko Pops. If you're not familiar, they're essentially vinyl figures from all over pop culture. I've been dealing with a health issue recently and, as a pick me up, my kids gave me this! Lol. It's Phil Dunphy, reading his Phil's Osophies.

One from the "Father of the Delta Blues"



For Polack MSgt....since we got a "Mother Fuyer" in the WH

"Mother Fuyer" by Dirty Red 1947




(This is a song off a compilation CD I got for Xmas called "Eat to the Beat...the Dirtiest of them Dirty Blues)

Edit to add....Warning for language!
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