The problem: the solution: both photos from Col Cassad’s website: https://colonelcassad.livejournal.com/
Something caught my eye on LiveLeak today. Not sure when all this was recorded, but it sure make for a weird viewing, does it not? The Saker
animated GIF by GreedyFerengi and Opoi
One of his most beautiful songs, and since I am currently working on a version for 2 guitars (and enjoying every second of it), I wanted to also share this with you. The Saker Original French language version: Alternative Italian language version: Thanks to this website: http://guitarejazzmanouche.com/grilles/perso/view/3019/ I found the chords: though I personally prefer to harmonize it as so: Bm7, %, Bbm6(#5), %, Am6, B7, E/Ab, %, Em/G, C#dim7,
I regularly get questions about the so-called “Fatima apparitions” which have recently become popular again in Latin circles. While the first time around the intention of this hoax was clearly to use the 1917 chaos in Russia to the benefit of the Papacy’s influence (you can read about this disgraceful episode here), the current re-activation of the hoax appears to aim to somehow piggyback the Latin Church unto the current
This fantastic cartoon was sent to me by a friend who saw it on Moon of Alabama. I did some looking around and the original might well be from here, I am not sure. Whatever may be the case, it gave me such a laugh (I love the little turd at the bottom) that I had to share it with you. Cheers! The Saker
Today I am sharing a song by one of my favorite Brazilian singers, Ney Matogrosso. I love this song, a kind of lullaby when sung by Matogrosso, because it achieves its haunting effect by using a very simple melody and just a few very basic chords. If you listen carefully to the minimalist guitar accompaniment (here played by what might be the most talented Brazilian guitarist ever, Raphael Rabello) you
Jonathan Jackson “How I became Orthodox” Holywood actor, recipient of five Emmy Awards, at an interview given in “Pemptousia” during his recent visit to the Monastery of Vatopedi – Mount Athos, speaks about how he became Orthodox.