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Syd Barrett and Pink Floyd fans rejoice! On July 7, 2014 AR Garden Records, via Cherry Red will release the debut album by the Garden Music Project, which features music inspired by the paintings by PINK FLOYD founder SYD BARRETT. 'Inspired By Syd Barrett's Artwork' is a unique masterpiece of 12 tracks that truly reflect the early artistic concept of Pink Floyd founder Syd Barrett and his music legacy in modern times. The release will coincide with the eighth anniversary of Syd Barrett’s passing in 2006.
The music on this release can be best described as an epic interpretation of Syd Barrett’s paintings using Synesthesia perceptions. This music venture was created by Adriana Rubio. All the music was written by Adriana Rubio and Alexander Ditzend together with Alexander Ditzend (guitars & lead singing), Stefan Ditzend (bass guitar & saxophone), Nicolás Saganías (drums & percussion), and Fabrizio Gamba (keyboards & synthesizers).
We have a red tide in DC. What does it all mean? Little or nothing? The butting of heads has already started, Immigration, Obamacare. Threats of another government shutdown, the Keystone pipeline, oh the list goes on and on. But, couuld the red tide be hurting themseves? It is not clear to me that the voter voter for, more they voted against. The next two years provide an oportunity to make progress, but that seems somewhat unlikely.
This week on the program,
The midterm elections, what can we expect in the next two years? Action or the usuaL DC gridlock?
North Korea releases Kenneth Bae and Matthew Miller, is this a move to try and repair relations with the US or is there a different agenda in play?
The Berlin wall fell 25 years ago, but are we headed for another Cold War?
The midterm ellections are just over a week away. At stake is control of the Senate. But many voters are appathetic, does it really matter? Regardles of who is in control it is unlikely that much progress will be made in Washington for the next two years.
Once again Ebola seems to be the lead story in the news this week. Doctors Without Boarders have treated over 2000 cases in west affrica with only two healthcare workers becoming infected. Here in the US there is a very different story, one case, and two healthcare workers infected.There is someting wrong with this picture. How can doctors working in tents be more successful that our sophisticated isolation wards?
Ebola has now become a hot item for the midterm elections, some are claiming that it will cost the Dems the Senate. Ted Cruz was on tadys Sunday morning talk shows demanding that flights from the infected area be stopped. While this sounds sensible, it is not, to the best I can see there are no direct flights to the US from the region.
Ebola, a game every country can play. New rules for people flying into the US from infected areas. You have to have your temp taken and fill out a form promising that you you have not been playing with any ebola infected people.
The mid terms loom, millions of dollars will be spent. But does the voter care? Most people view this as a huge yawn. Does it matter if the senate becomes republican? NOPE, it will still be gridlock.
Ebola seems to be in the news a lot. Is it a pandemic? Should we all be wearing NASA space suits when we venture outside?
There is a rumor that a new DC tour company is planning tours of the white house. Now, the tours are minimalistic and quick, but they offer assistance in scaling the fence.
Nice to see that half a dozen of our elected officials cut their 5 week fund raising vacation short to beat up on the Secret Service. I am sure that it was pure coincidence that the director just happened to be apointed by Obama.
Three high school football players died on the the field this week. What is wrong with this picture?
There is lots to talk about this week. What amazes me is that Congress just came back from a 5 week summer vacation, spent 6 days in session, not achieving very much, so now they are off on a 6 week vacation. Appently they need 6 weeks to persuade their local voters to keep then in a job! Frankly I would not employ any of them to even cut my lawn. Best way to annoy a canditate that knocks on your door, ask them what they have done in the last two years.
Those that survive the Novermber will be armed to the teeth with pork projects offered to the local voters. November will be the season of pork, they will vote on anything as long as pork is included.
The NFL continues to get bad press over domestic violence claims, bu do the statistics bear out the publicity, you might be surprised.
Scotland does a Quebec! Actually the pair of them have a great deal in common.
Our weekly look at current events. Ray Rice not just sidelined, but tols to clean his locker out. Adrian Peterson accused of child abuse. What is happening in the NFL?
ISIS beheads another Westerner and breaks the knife in the process. Who is willing to put boots on the ground to stop these lunatics? The coalition to fight ISIS seems to be mostly talk and bluster.
Putin continues on his merry way in the Ukraine, and much like ISIS doesn't seem to care a whole lot what anyone thinks. Removing Russia from the global banking system SWIFT might have serious and disasterous results.
It has been a busy week for news. We have Vlad the Russian peacemaker suposedly brokering a deal with Ukraine. Many are doubting Putin's motives. Essentially he has won his land grab and a land bridge to the Crimea.
NATO had a nice vacation in Wales. Lots of huffing and puffing about ISIS and an ageement bu 9 countries to offer assistance. However nobody wants to see troops in the ground. France will air drop some cases of wine, germany some Salami, England, while not well known for its culinary delights will be sending Steak and Kidney Pies,