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audio 02:23 The GTO's - "Circular Circulation" – The  1969 Frank Zappa Produced Ode Performed  By  Laurel Canyon's Groupie Enigma, Girls Together Outrageously – From The LP "Permanent Damage",  A Highly Desired Collectors Treat From The 60's Cultural Encounters

The GTO's - "Circular Circulation" – The ...

The GTO’s were a Frank Zappa experiment in esoteric, 60’s sexual culture wonderment as seen through the hearts of 5 diligent groupies from the CA Laurel Canyon scene. Their Bizarre Records release ‘Permanent Damage’ is also enchanting in it’s not so innocent bliss for those willing to submit.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 05/23/2013 10:59 AM

audio 03:56 Johnny Rivers - "One Last Dance (For The Melody)" - From The 1977 LP 'Outside Help', Out Steps An Exhilarating and MotivatingTrack Performed By A Genuine Legend

Johnny Rivers - "One Last Dance (For The M...

The question should be asked: How can a R&R Hall of Fame exist and not have John Henry Ramistella as a Member? He has sold between 30 and 40 million records, but it’s not about that. It’s about an incredible 55 year run that requires respect & review for a striking job well done.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 05/22/2013 02:17 PM

audio 01:42 Charles Manson -  "I Walk The Line" - Charlie The M Recites 'I Walk The Line' and Makes A Few of His Psycho Skull Observations Regarding The Human Comedy To An Instrumental and Vocal Backing Track- A 1995, 45 RPM  Released Under the Title 'Manson Karaoke'

Charles Manson - "I Walk The Line" - Char...

On Dec. 6, ‘69, The Rolling Stones performed at Altamont in Northern CA. The Hells Angels killed the concert along with a fan. This event is credited with burying the 1960’s dream scape. In reality the real end arrived on Mar. 29, 1971. On this date Charles Manson was convicted of murder.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 05/22/2013 12:08 PM

audio 03:21 David Halley - "Loose Diamond" - One of The Greatest Songs Never Heard Written By Lubbock Texas Story Teller, Performance Artist and Musician Jo Carol Pierce and Sung By Wonderful West Texas Serenader David Halley In 1993

David Halley - "Loose Diamond" - One of Th...

This is the degree of writing and vocalizing most creators aspire toward. The melodic motivation meets the devout descriptive imagery and requests Gospel connotations that sing to the love each living creature desires. This is where the road meets a sacred song sky.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 05/21/2013 01:32 PM

video 18:18 Billy Crystal - "Don't Get Me Started" - Billy's 1986 HBO Special - Part One- With Rob Reiner, Brother Theodore, Eugene  Levy, Madeline Kahn, Marc Shaiman and Christopher Guest - This Is a Master Comic Throwing Hooks and Jabs In His Prime

Billy Crystal - "Don't Get Me Started" - B...

Being a Stand Up Guy in comedy can be a tough road. But throw in character studies and improv chops and you’ve really got something. Billy has that something and it eludes an accurate description. Here he examines his fun vault, runs wild old school style and takes cool guests on the ride with him.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 05/19/2013 02:51 PM

audio 02:34 George Torrence and The Dippers- "Such A Fool Was I" - A Plaintive Doo Wop Haunt From Epic Records, 1961 - Featuring The Fine Vocal Soaring of Mr. George Torrence

George Torrence and The Dippers- "Such A F...

Beauty: a subjective revelation presented to and translated by the beholder. In this case, the allure etched into these grooves provides a symbol of a loving art professed once upon a time. Close your eyes & you can see as well as feel a sad symmetry & exultation usually reserved for prayer.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 05/18/2013 05:22 PM

audio 15:29 Jack Kerouac - The Ben Hecht Interview - The Dharma Bum Meets One of The Great Screenwriters ('Stagecoach') and Playwrights ('The Front Page') In 1958 As He Attempts To Navigate His Often Non Beat Generation Belief System

Jack Kerouac - The Ben Hecht Interview - T...

This was by any standard, a meeting of written page prophets whose work has endured and inspired countless souls. Hecht wrote the screenplays for ‘Stagecoach’, ‘Scarface’, ‘ Spellbound’ and he cleaned up ‘Gone with the Wind’ for MGM. Listen as two worlds perform a fascinating Dharma dance in 1958.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 05/15/2013 11:36 AM

video 02:08 The Toys - "Attack" - The Angelic 60's Girl Group Featuring The Enchanting Barbara Harris Lead Vocal Performs "Attack" - From The 1967 Motion Picture "It's A Bikini World"

The Toys - "Attack" - The Angelic 60's Gir...

They topped the charts with ’A Lovers Concerto’ in ’66. In a world laced with televised musical contests, I am certain that there is not one participating voice that will be recalled as fondly as this in 4 and 1/2 decades. We stumble and tumble through the path of Pop and some stuff just sticks.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 05/15/2013 10:45 AM