Friday, April 10, 2020

Geronimo: The Final Cut

April 10, 2020
   If you attended my Geronimo book launch in January, at the Scottsdale Museum of the West, you saw the original video we put together with Rick and Sally Engelmann promoting the book. 

   I wanted to share the video with all of you but we used an instrumental version of AC/DC's "Highway to Hell" and, as a recovering drummer, and person who is respectful of music copyright laws, it was okay to use in a private party setting, but I needed to replace that with some original soundtrack music if I was going to share it with the wider world.

   Enter this guy:

The Mahavishnu Blackjack Alves

   Over the last couple of months, my ex-bandmate Jack created some crunch guitar licks and Hans Olson helped him put it together in his recording studio. and we ended up with an original soundtrack. Rick and Sally Engelmann put it all together today. And here you go:

   Still noodling sentry ideas. Did this today.

Daily Whip Out: "The Sentry, Sketch #2" 

   Got some great reference shots off of "Viva Zapata." Expect to see these great faces down the road.

"Always digging deeper, and questioning the standard tale, BBB creates a colorful mosaic about a controversial leader whose flaws were insurmountable but whose legacy affected the entire Southwest and its people."
—Lynda Sanchez, Author, Historian, Educator


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