Archive for July, 2008
Just finished my first online interview for a Canadian music site. They are called Aralie and it was quite fun as they had some good questions in there. Will let you know when the interview is released on their site in the very near future.
On a different turn now. Last night while out for dinner, we heard this huge bang. No tyre screeching, just a bang. As we walked toward and looked in the direction of the sound, all we could see was a dark mound shape on the highway. As we got closer and saw that people suddenly appeared standing around near the mound. We realised it was a motorcycle, then we saw a guy lying on his back, not moving. We put some blankets on him to keep him warm (as its winter here and was quite cold last night) until the ambulance came, which seemed to take forever. Although we did not see it actually happen, it was a very scary surreal moment. As there was a car with its side all smashed in and bits of glass and motorbike parts scattered over the road. Please everybody, be careful out there.
For those new to this site, there is a cover of Fleetwood Mac’s “Gypsy” on my album “Cruze”. It’s track 12 on the album and there seems to be a few Stevie and Fleetwood fans out there digging this song. So this post is for you guy’s. Thanks!
The mp3 download of this track is available at My Store
Otherwise for iTunes only people, here is the link to Gypsy on the iTunes page.
UPDATE! This cover of Gypsy
made ‘Favorite cover Song List of 2010′ see list here
Last night on 60 Minutes. They ran a story on the “Plastic Soup” or otherwise known as “The Great Pacific Garbage Patch”. I put a couple of posts about this subject awhile back, here are the links to those posts.
Post Link: Watch two youtubes on ocean rubbish
Post Link: Watch 3 Ocean Trash Videos – Alphabet Soup (talking about turtles chomping on the rubbish)
and this from howstuffworks.com Why is the world’s biggest landfill in the Pacific Ocean?
Watch video storybook on what happens when we throw rubbish in our streets.
Next time we’re eating something from the sea. We all may need to think about this, next time we throw our litter onto the streets?