Jessica the Sewbot was inspired by Magritte to create this wonderful piece of art. I love it.
Hmm. They say:
I like this quite nifty guitar stand – no moving parts, folds flat and some spiffy colours!
Anni Piper – Amazon
Blindside Blues Band – Folsom Prison Blues
Russ Tippins – This Building’s On Fire
Marshall Lawrence – Detroit Motor City Blues
Toby Walker – The Entertainer
Watermelon Slim – Blackwater
Cyndi Lauper – Down Don’t Bother me
Russ Tippins – Interview and tracks from “Electrickery”
– Little Josephine
– Chuck It
– She’s Gone
– Killing Floor
Harper – You Can’t Hide
Arsen Shomakhov – Something True Became A Lie
Guitar Shorty – Too Late
Eddie Turner – Ride A Painted Pony
Tin Pan – If The Sea Was Whisky
Gwyn Ashton – Million Dollar Blues
Jimmy Barnes – Youngblood
Robben Ford – Don’t Deny Your Love
Alvin Youngblood Hart – Motivational Speaker
Derrin Nauendorf – Skin Of The Earth
Leslie West – Boom Boom
Lucky Peterson & Tommy McCoy – ’56 Chevy
I’m waiting for a reply to an email to see if they ship to the UK (I’m interested in their pedal kits too)
Show broadcast on BishopFm 105.9 on Sunday 18th July 6-8pm
Download from here or stream using the wotsit below:
Chris James – Money Don’t Like Me
Arsen Shomakhov – Sweeter Than Honey
Walter Trout – Danger Zone
Bessie Smith – Muddy Water
Robert Randolph & The Family Band – Travelling Shoes
The Michael Louis Band – Rambling With That Woman
King Britt – New World In My View
Walter Trout – May Be A Fool
King Rollo – Gypsy Woman
Robert Randolph & The Family Band – Dry Bones
Renegade Creation – What’s Up?
Buddy Whittington – Black Cat Bone
Les Copeland – That Needing Time
Delta Moon – Hellbound Train
Chris Duarte – Just Kissed My Baby
Moreland & Arbuckle – Bound & Determined
The Michael Louis Band – I Fought The Law
Family Style – Looking For A Woman
Smokin’ Joe Kubek and Bnois King – My Space Or Yours?
The Mustangs – I’ll Meet You Anytime
Gare du Nord – Pablo’s Blues
Magic Slim – How Many More Years?
Chris James – H.M. Stomp
There are many sites and blogs out there that offer guitar lessons – some are free, some are subscription only. Some have video, some have tab. Some are good, some aren’t. I can’t claim to have been to many of them at all, but when I visited Village Guitar Studio, I felt quite at home – partly because the lesson I saw was about triads, and that reminded me of the last proper guitar lesson I had which was about – yes, triads. I even remembered what they were!
So I’ll be adding Village Guitar Studio to my blogroll and will be a frequent visitor – hey, my playing should improve if I follow all of these lessons from Roger. Check it out.
For a while we’ve been trying to be a little more healthy than usual – though we haven’t grasped the idea of exercise with both hands just yet, we have been having some of this beetroot juice. We’ve tried a couple of brands – they are all expensive – and this is the only one that is produced in England – and is about the cheapest of them all too. It also tastes delicious. We only have a glass every other day, but apparently the health benefits should be good:
Beetroot juice is particularly high in natural dietary nitrates, as well as being both easy to consume and delicious in taste.
We are thinking about planting a load ourselves and getting a juicer.
The nifty logo was designed by Brody Neuenschwander