1971’Six Day War’ Remodel: Little Ditties with DJ Shadow

‘Six Days” is a song by American hip-hop artist DJ Shadow, from his second album, The Private Press. The song was written by Brian Farrell and Dennis Olivieri, and was produced by DJ Shadow. It was released as the third official single from the album in 2002. Little Ditties. The Gulkin Gazette. Continue reading 1971’Six Day War’ Remodel: Little Ditties with DJ Shadow

You slap just like a wake-up call: Peter Bjorn and John ‘Up Against the Wall’

Peter Bjorn and John ‘Up Against the Wall’

A Lovely Little Ditty Video… on Vinyl!

“I don’t know what you came here for
It’s almost that I wish we hadn’t met at all
You slap just like a wake up call
the bruises on my face don’t bother me at all” Continue reading You slap just like a wake-up call: Peter Bjorn and John ‘Up Against the Wall’

Allison Weber Performs an Ode to South Florida

Allison Weber — Ode to South Florida
“This is my homage to my home state of Florida performed for the wonderful people of Mill Valley, CA. If you’ve never been to South Florida, you need to know that mostly old, retired people live down there….and the majority is one particular kind of older person. 😉 Shout out Boca Raton!” – Allidaughter on YouTube Continue reading Allison Weber Performs an Ode to South Florida

Robert Altman’s 60s: Rock, Roll and Revolution – Courtesy of ArtVision Exhibitions

The 1960s in America will era of passion, politics, ‘yippies’ and youth in revolution. There was one man there to capture it all, in creative variations of iconic photographs ranging from rock stars to Timothy Leary, Abbie Hoffman and freedom loving yippies. Yes… Yippies. Read ‘Steal This Book’ 🙂 Enjoy! Exhibit continues through November 8th in Boca Raton, FL at ArtVision Exhibitions, LLC. Continue reading Robert Altman’s 60s: Rock, Roll and Revolution – Courtesy of ArtVision Exhibitions