Owww ! Damn, Hey... I just broke my foot...
...while slipping and getting out of a Hot Tub !
X Rays prove it !
...hows that for fat stupid unnecessary bloated American Thanksgiving Weekend frivolity...
now I can barely walk... have crutches and am missing work, right before my rent is due !
more on this later in the week I suppose when it all sets in...
right now seems like a good time to eat a painkiller,, watch old blues documentaries and get lost on the net
Fox New's Bill O'Reilly recently issued a fatwa against San Francisco
...and has suggested on air that Al Qaeda blow up our landmark firefighter's memorial Coit Tower.
Here are some photos of O'Reilly making an appearance in San Francisco, I found em at Insane Reagan.comother insane US news:
Bio-Diesel imports cause controversy
Abramoff Investigation Picks Up
|73 yr Old Pat Morita of 'Karate Kid' & Happy Days Dies|
here's some music for ya:
In honor of my lack of mobility, the late Mississippi Hill country singer lays it down in the Fat Possum style...
R.L Burnside - Walkin' Blues
R.L died in early September, here's one from his big seller album, "Ass Pocket of Whiskey"
R.L Burnside - Shake 'Em On Down
from his "Wish I Was Heaven, Sitting Down" LP
R.L Burnside - Hard Time Killin' Floor Blues
here's Blondie's big hit redone by my ol' pals in S.F's Waycross
Waycross - Hanging On The Telephone
from 1964 , here's a young Arhoolie Records artist named Alice Stuart and a B-side not on her debut album :
Alice Stuart - Follow Me Honey, I'll Turn Your Money Green(1964)
here's the contrast of time , with a redone version from her "Can't Find No Heaven" CD in 2002
Alice Stuart - Follow Me Honey , I'll Turn Your Money Green ( 2002 )
kudos to mister Frank S. Hurrat for emailing notification that this track is actually a Furry Lewis composistion, which he cross referenced from another cover of it on an old Pentangle LP. Furry was born in the 1890's & was a one legged liquored up boozy bluesman legend of Memphis until his death in 1981. He was a musician and a colorful character, whose life provides a fountain of stories, including his links to medicine shows, Memphis Minnie, W.C Handy and even a bit part in a 1975 Burt Reynold's / Jerry Reed flick called W.W & The Dixie Dance Kings.
The Golden Age - My Work Is Done
a couple tracks from a Sydney Australian based band who've released their debut "Mexico City Bees" and been compared to both Pavement & The Cars
that'll have to do for now...
check back later for perhaps a more coherent report...
my takeout order of gumbo has arrived...