April 6, 2022
Some people wonder where exactly I get my inspiration from and here's a very good example.
She's a distant neighbor and Ali Baker is on our property doing her landscape thing.
Speaking of talented gals.
Daily Whip Out: "Elsa Study Number Two"
And, here's another rough of a rough woman.
Daily Whip Out:
"Femme Fatale Study #9"
Playing For Change Rocks!
I never really cared for Led Zep's version of "When The Levee Breaks," but when John Paul Jones collaborated with Play For Change to create an international version of the old 1929 blues classic, I flipped out. This is just the coolest song and I love all the rich solos both vocal and instrumental.
This cat, Sabastian Robertson playing at the end of the jetty on Mission Beach is one of the engineers on the song and is the son of Robbie Robertson of The Band fame.
"You can't change the beginning, but you can start where you are now and change the ending."