whatever is rattling around my brain that makes it out my fingers. may contain bad poetry, decent photographs (all mine unless otherwise noted, and therefore copyrighted), yoga rants, and general silliness.
Ah, those ARE special! I was just working on a reply to your e-mail about that very subject.
I LOVE SPARKLERS!!! Gorgeous.
As much light as the sparks that leak out of my ears at night!
A sparkler in a straw basket? Hope nothing catches on fire.Listening to Earl Scruggs play, you can hear how bluegrass may have had some influence on rock and roll. Just replace a banjo solo with an electric guitar. The name of that instrumental is "Foggy Mountain Breakdown". Although I don't believe it was written specifically for the movie, in Bonnie and Clyde, it's played everytime the two title characters drive away from a bank robbery.I just looked it up. Earl Scruggs is 86! Back in the '60s, he and his partner, Lester Flatt, told a story about a man named Jed, poor mountaineer, kept his family fed, then one day while huntin' for some food, up through the ground came some bubbling crude...
LM-thank you. i look forward to hearing (seeing?) from you.CC-ME TOO! i think they're the best.okatb-that explains that blinding light...kirk-i've listened to flatt and scruggs since the 60s (yeah, i'm that old). they amaze. foggy mountain breakdown predates bonnie and clyde, i think. regardless, they show up in surprising places!
Foggy Mountain Breakdown I couldn't name it though I was familiar with the song Thanks again Kirk for filling in the blanks. great versionBut rraine I would the band sparks would have been more appropriate.http://youtu.be/QAzESJ62irI
tag- ah, had i but known! thanks for pointing me there. i like them!