Well, the long awaited continuation of the 2009 incarnation of the television series V aired two nights ago. The episode continues from last season, when Anna (in an uncontrollable fit of rage for the murder of her offspring children) prematurely unleashes red sky (episode “Red Sky”) from which red rain comes forth –a process with
A bit of progressive Canadian rock from more than a decade ago –and probably the best song I’ve heard from the Rheostatics, although a little short for my taste.
The above is from a tribute the 2008 vh1 Hall of Fame ceremony. Wow, and I thought Prince was just going to go through the motions and join in on the sing-along. I knew he could play guitar but he blew all those other musicians away, considering they are only song writers singing from a
Lakitas Matriasaya is an independent Andean musical band that consists mainly of Andean panpipes and two drums –a bass and snare drum (and a third percussionist by way of hand-held cymbals). Fifteen members make up the band at present. Twelve pipers sing and play the pipes, while three play percussion. The band formed in Valparaíso,
I’m not sure why I can’t post comments to bsdtalk. Maybe it’s because I’m not signed up with the hosting service or because it doesn’t support Firefox. I can’t remember as I quit trying sometime ago. Anyways … seeing that I can’t post, I thought I’d post a comment on my own blog. Note to
I never really liked Run DMC’s remake, if that’s what you can call it, of Aerosmith’s hit “Walk this Way”. Depending on how you look at it, it may not have been a remake as much as a legitimate new creative product. I doubt the latter, as the guitar riff is unmistakably Aerosmith, and for it
Deborah Jones writes, “Once shunned by academics, Wikipedia now a teaching tool“. I’m not sure what Ms. Jones refers to when she mentions that Wikipedia was shunned by academia. I remember my philosophy prof Wesley Cooper at the U of A giving his ok on it. Regardless of consistent quality, I’ve always used Wikipedia as