Part 2 of 2, Ramona and North San Diego county area, in February, 2014, with a cast of dozens and featuring Carol Brown. Background guitar is a Francisco Navarro Garcia Grand Concert, improvised and played by John Brown. (Be sure and maximize the view, by clicking in bottom right corner of video.)
The Navarro is a beautiful “Negra” guitar (spruce top, Palo Escrito sides and back, all solid woods) from Mexico.
Ramona and North San Diego county area, in February, 2014, with a cast of dozens and featuring Carol Brown. Background guitar is a 1967 Conde Hermanos, improvised and played by John Brown. (Be sure and maximize the view, by clicking in bottom right corner of video.)
The Conde Hermanos is a beautiful “blanca” guitar (spruce top, cypress sides and back, all solid woods) from Spain, which I acquired in 1971. I played it until 1981 when I quit playing guitar, and took up piano, and keyboards for electronic music composition. I did not touch guitar again until just recently, 5 months ago. Responding to an irresistible buzz, I have discovered a new total obsession for Flamenco guitar. I forgot most everything I knew 35 years ago, so my playing is rusty, but improving with lots of practice. Keep posted to see and hear progress going forward.
LA Times Sports
January 20, 2012 | 1:51 pm
Next time you hear your neighbor’s dog bark incessantly and fleetingly consider launching some tainted meat across the yard, have some patience. After all, he could be practicing his falsetto for a Volkswagen commercial.The company released a teaser of its newest Super Bowl advertisement, “The Bark Side,” which features a chorus of dogs yelping Darth Vader’s theme song. It’s pretty awesome — and reportedly didn’t even make the final cut of the commercial that will be shown during the Super Bowl.The clip, which has gone viral, has nearly 4 million views.
Starring Carol Brown, Matthess family, Audrey Wood family, and friends. From Mailbu through many points in Oregon, during June, 2011. Photos by JB, original music composed and played by JB. (For best full screen viewing, click box with 4 arrows, in bottom right corner of video.)
Mount Tai in the Shandon Province of China has had cultural and religious significance for thousands of years. It is one of the five sacred mountains of China and is associated with the dawn, birth and renaissance. As you progress up the mountain you will come across this – The Immortal Bridge. This Bridge is composed of three huge rocks and several smaller ones. Below it is a valley and to the south is a seemingly bottomless abyss. No one knows quite when these enormous rocks fell into their current place but it is quite likely they have been like this since the last ice age
Mike Brown named as new coach for the Los Angeles Lakers. Once coach for LeBron and the Cavaliers, now Brown will have Kobe “improvising” on the coach’s plans.
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Another “Jordan”, this young prodigy Wows us with his round ball magic: