Thursday, November 16, 2017

Savoy Brown - Hellbound Train

Savoy Brown - Louisiana Blues (Live)

FOGHAT - Take Me To The River

Mountain - Blood of the Sun

Mountain - "Nantucket Sleighride"

Mountain - Never In My Life

Robin Trower - Too Rolling Stoned

The Rolling Stones - Sympathy For The Devil (Live) - OFFICIAL

The Rolling Stones -- Doom And Gloom

Led Zeppelin - Dazed and Confused

Led Zeppelin - In My Time Of Dying

Led Zeppelin - When The Levee Breaks (Alternate U.K. Mix)

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

BLACK SABBATH (1972) - Wheels Of Confusion

Black Sabbath "The Wizard"

Focus - Hocus Pocus

Highlonesome - Devil at the Door

The Rolling Stones - Sympathy For The Devil (Live)

Johnny Cash - God's Gonna Cut You Down

Smokehouse - Hoodoo You

Cadillac In The Swamp - SmokeHouse

Ghoultown "Bury Them Deep" ("The Backwater Gospel")

High Noon in Killville - Angry Johnny and the Killbillies

Savoy Brown 1969 @ Fillmore East

Savoy Brown - Hellbound Train

Ministry - Everyday Is Halloween

Disturbed - The Sound Of Silence

Cherry Poppin' Daddies - "Zoot Suit Riot"

Squirrel Nut Zippers "Hell"

Spacehog - In the Meantime

No Quarter - Led Zeppelin Live at O2 Arena London, Celebration Day 2007

Saturday, August 26, 2017

Gorillaz - Feel Good Inc.

Johnny Cash - Hurt

War - Low Rider 1975

Lynyrd Skynyrd-The Ballad of Curtis Loew

Gregg Allman - I'm No Angel

Stormy ~ Santana

sugarloaf - green eyed lady

The Guess Who - No Time

Buckethead - Soothsayer [HD]

Whitewash - Buckethead

Buckethead- Lotus Island

Thursday, August 10, 2017

brain damage/eclipse - pink floyd (w/lyrics) HD

Pink Floyd - Welcome To The Machine - Paris (1977) Legendado

King Crimson - Epitaph

King Crimson - Epitaph

The wall on which the prophets wrote
Is cracking at the seams
Upon the instruments of death
The sunlight brightly gleams
When every man is torn apart
With nightmares and with dreams,
Will no one lay the laurel wreath
When silence drowns the screams

Confusion will be my epitaph
As I crawl a cracked and broken path
If we make it we can all sit back and laugh,
But I fear tomorrow I'll be crying,
Yes I fear tomorrow I'll be crying
Yes I fear tomorrow I'll be crying

Between the iron gates of fate,
The seeds of time were sown,
And watered by the deeds of those
Who know and who are known;
Knowledge is a deadly friend
If no one sets the rules
The fate of all mankind I see
Is in the hands of fools

The wall on which the prophets wrote
Is cracking at the seams
Upon the instruments of death
The sunlight brightly gleams
When every man is torn apart
With nightmares and with dreams,
Will no one lay the laurel wreath
When silence drowns the screams

Confusion will be my epitaph
As I crawl a cracked and broken path
If we make it we can all sit back and laugh,
But I fear tomorrow I'll be crying,
Yes I fear tomorrow I'll be crying

Sunday, April 30, 2017

Nine Inch Nails feat David Bowie - Hurt (live) (1995)

David Bowie - Cat People (Putting Out Fire) Music Video HQ

King Crimson Epitaph with lyrics

"Life During Wartime" Talking Heads LIVE

Motörhead - God Was Never On Your Side

Motörhead - Whorehouse Blues

Filter- Hey man nice shot

Black Sabbath ~ War Pigs

Saliva - Click Click Boom

Fade To Black - Metallica

The End - The Doors

Barry McGuire - Eve of Destruction

The Animals - We Gotta Get Out Of This Place

The Guess Who - No Time

Deep Purple - Child In Time - 1970

Sunday, March 19, 2017

New York Attorney General Steps Up Scrutiny of White House


New York state’s attorney general, to date one of the most vocal antagonists of President Donald Trump, is preparing to escalate his office’s litigation against the president’s administration.
Democrat Eric Schneiderman has hired one of the top public-corruption prosecutors under former Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara to focus specifically on issues involving the Trump administration. Howard Master, who prosecuted the Manhattan U.S. attorney’s case against longtime New York state Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver , is expected to work on both continuing and new White House-related matters for the attorney general, as well as on high-level public-corruption cases.
The hiring of Mr. Master, whose title will be senior enforcement counsel, signals Mr. Schneiderman’s continued intent to take on the Republican president.
Eric Soufer, a spokesman for Mr. Schneiderman, confirmed Mr. Master’s hiring and said he “will be working on a wide range of civil and criminal investigations and enforcement matters, including public corruption, complex civil litigation” and potentially litigation against the Trump administration.

Thursday, February 09, 2017

Rare Earth - Tobacco Road

Rare Earth - I Know I'm Losing You

Savoy Brown - Hellbound Train

Savoy Brown - I'm Tired

Here’s a list of all of the murders laid at the feet of Vladimir Putin


The list of murders laid at the feet of Vladimir Putin has gotten so long now that you need a chart to keep track of them.
That’s just what the Association of Former Intelligence Officers produced in a recent edition of its quarterly bulletin, The Intelligencer. To be sure, AFIO, which represents 4,500 former CIA, FBI and military intelligence veterans, is steeped in Cold War hatred for the Kremlin. But even if its chart were off by half, the list of Moscow’s suspected victims would be grimly impressive: There are 40 names on the list assembled by Peter C. Oleson, a former assistant director of the Defense Intelligence Agency.
Oleson put together his list before longtime Kremlin critic Vladimir Kara-Murza fell deathly ill from poison last week in a Moscow hospital. And before a former KGB general, Oleg Erovinkin, was found dead in the back of his car in Moscow the day after Christmas. Erovinkin was suspected of being a source for Christopher Steele, the ex-British intelligence officer who assembled the notorious “golden shower” memorandum on alleged connections between President Donald Trump’s camp and the Russian president. After Steele was unmasked as the author of the dossier, he went into hiding. He may well have had the fate of other Kremlin critics in mind.
“I sympathize with him. I wouldn't want to stick around,” Oleson told Newsweek in a January telephone interview. “Mind you, I'm not sure whether he's hiding from the Russians or just hiding from the press."
But considering the sheer number of dissidents, defectors, journalists, disaffected former Putin cronies and rivals who have died under suspicious circumstances since the former KGB colonel first came to power 18 years ago, Steele’s precaution is well founded, he said. “One or two or three, you could always explain away, but dozens? You have to say, ‘No, they're not innocent deaths here,’" Oleson said.
Through the years, poison has felled many a Kremlin critic, as Oleson’s list shows. On February 2, Kara-Murza, a former Washington, D.C.-based television correspondent active in Russian liberal opposition parties and movements since Putin's rise, was hospitalized. His wife told reporters the diagnosis was "acute poisoning by an undetermined substance." It was the second time that Kara-Murza, 35, had mysteriously fallen ill. The first time was in 2015, the same year his friend Boris Nemtsov, a prominent opposition, was cut down by an assassin’s bullet just outside the Kremlin walls.
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Observers were quick to compare Kara-Murza’s misfortune to that of Alexander Litvinenko, a disenchanted former Russian security agent poisoned to death by radioactive polonium-210 in London in 2006. “You may succeed in silencing me, but that silence comes at a price,” Litvinenko said as he lay dying. “…The howl of protest from around the world will reverberate, Mr. Putin, in your ears for the rest of your life.”
Indeed, Scotland Yard leveled a finger at the Kremlin for the murder of Litvinenko, saying “the evidence suggests that the only credible explanation is in one way or another the Russian state is involved in Litvinenko's murder.” Britain demanded Moscow extradite the alleged perpetrator, Andrey Lugovoy, to stand trial for the murder, but the Kremlin declined. Lugovoy, who called reports of his responsibility in Litvinenko’s death nothing but “invention, supposition, rumors,” now has a seat in the Duma, which provides him immunity from prosecution.
Litvinenko, who British intelligence was supporting while he did private work for a business risk-analysis firm, was said to be investigating Spanish links to the Russian mafia when Lugovoy, a former KGB bodyguard, allegedly slipped the polonium into his tea. The context of his murder is plumbed in a heart-pounding new book on the affair, A Very Expensive Poison: The Definitive Story of the Murder of Litvinenko and Russia's War with the West, by British journalist Luke Harding.
“Litvinenko wasn't exactly James Bond,” writes Harding, a veteran foreign correspondent for The Guardian newspaper. “But he was passing British intelligence sensitive information about the links between Russia mafia gangs active in Europe and powerful people at the very top of Russian power—including Putin.” All together, Litvinenko would say, the Russian president, his ministers and their mobster pals composed what could only be called “a mafia state.” Or, as Fox News talk show host Bill O’Reilly put it to President Donald Trump the other day, “He’s a killer.”
“There are a lot of killers. We have a lot of killers,” Trump said in a remark that seemed to defend Putin and drew widespread rebukes. Then again, he may be talking from experience in his rough-edged New York real estate world, where he rubbed elbows with labor union mobsters, according to several published reports, and he's repeatedly expressed his deep loathing for reporters. "I hate some of these people. But I'd never kill them,” he said at a 2015 rally.
Even if he were tempted to give in to his loathing, he’d have a long way to go to catch up to what the Kremlin boss is suspected of.
Of course, it’s been impossible to prove Putin had a hand in any of the nearly 40 deaths he or his cronies are suspected of carrying out. But there are just so many untimely demises of Russian dissidents, journalists and others that AFIO’s Oleson decided to include them all in his list, no matter that foul play was ruled out in some. One such is the odd death of former Putin crony Mikhail Lesin in a Washington, D.C. hotel room in November 2015. Some accounts speculated that he “may have been talking to the FBI to avoid corruption charges,” Oleson notes. Police ultimately decided he stumbled and died from acute alcohol poisoning.
“I still have a question in my mind, not that I'm overly suspicious, but he would have been a prime candidate for this kind of attempt, given what he was doing and what Putin has shown that he has done with others,” Oleson said. “You have to wonder.”
Kara-Murza was still suffering from the effects of his 2015 poisoning—nerve damage on his left side that caused him to walk with a cane—when he fell ill again last week. As with that earlier incident, his doctors say they can’t pin down exactly what put him in the hospital again. His wife said she has sent samples of her husband’s blood, hair and fingernails to a private laboratory in Israel for analysis.
In a 2015 interview, Kara-Murza said the likely culprit in his poisoning was a  "very sophisticated" substance that typically only the Kremlin’s security services would have access to. Meanwhile, he has powerful American friends looking out for him. One of them is Senator John McCain of Arizona. On Tuesday, the Republican lawmaker took to the Senate floor to defend his Russian friend and denounce Trump for equating Putin’s murders with some unidentified killings that the president suggested the United States had carried out.
Kara-Murza "knew that there was no moral equivalence between the United States and Putin's Russia,” McCain fumed. “I repeat, there is no moral equivalence between that butcher and thug and KGB colonel and the United States of America.... To allege some kind of moral equivalence between the two is either terribly misinformed or incredibly biased.”
Oleson’s list makes the point. The harshest critic of the United States could never come up with anything like it

Thursday, January 19, 2017

Corrosion Of Conformity - Clean My Wounds

Ministry - Just One Fix-Music Video

Ministry - Jesus Built My Hotrod (Video Version)

Guns N' Roses- Sympathy For The Devil

The Rolling Stones - Sympathy For The Devil -HQ

Rammstein - Amerika (Official Video)

Marilyn Manson - Sweet Dreams Live At Bizarre Festival

The Toadies - Possum Kingdom

Butthole Surfers - Pepper

B'52 - Private Idaho - HQ