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I really am going to have music on my website, but I can’t find the email, that will allow me to do that. It’s what would want me to be here each day.

I’m not wanting to upload songs for you, because no one has ask for it. I’m doing it for me because I want to hear music from my own library, and that’s what really matters to me. I’ll be uploading very soon, and I hope you like my choices.

Since I have over 37,000, I’m sure you would like one or two songs of my iTunes songs and my CD’s.

I know I’ve texted it before, but I’m going to do it by March and I’m more excited about it than I have before.

Anytime I’m doing something new, I’ll let you know about it, but until then, just visit and read my blogs and I’ll try to be here each day and I’ll read all your comments and answer them that same day. So come back each day and see something new !!!

I’m Looking Forward

I waant to be on everyday, and I will, from now on. I just was in a new project, and when I’m done, I’ll be here three times a day, but first I need something to complies. since none of you are making comments, I’m sure you wouldn’t notice. I’ll type you soon, with a lot, because a lot has been happening to me, lately, and I’m so excited to begin typing you about it, but I’ll be here tonight and every night from now on. I’m on my second website, that already have music, so I can only handle one time per day until I can get more songs on my first website, which is this one. I’m hoping to do more on both, very soon!!!

Upgrade

next month I’m upgrading I’m to have music on my website, so help me to count down. A month from tomorrow, it will be done, so I hope you are there there to hear it, because it’s happening. My second website has music, already, and that’s why I’m on it more than this one.

Four weeks from tomorrow, I should have it, or maybe in two weeks, but it will be done. i hope your interested, because I can’t waitI’m just waiting for the call, so this can be a reality. Maybe it will start tomorrow, I want that call as of tomorrow. I’m waiting, for a long time, and tomorrow should tell me what must happen to make it come true !!!

My “17 MacBook Pro Vs. 💩PC Computer

MacBook Pro Vs. PC Computer

I’m going to be unbiased with the difference between the two of them. Although some people might think that’s might so. Just because my seven PC computers accentually fell on my sledgehammer, doesn’t mean that I’m biased against them. After all, I did buy seven 💩PC computers that failed to work after the warranty ran out, and my 17″ MacBook Pro has lasted from the time I bought it seven years ago (2009-Forever). I’m going to text you that I won’t be bias against my 17″MacBook Pro and how I had to retire my sledgehammer, which I named it my PC Tool, what so ever.

If that doesn’t prove how unbiased I will be, then you don’t know what the word means.

First The Endurance Test:

I went on top of a tall building and I dropped a PC computer, and it exploded on the cement below. Then I tried it with my 17″MacBook Pro, I went to the first floor and sat a silk pillow under my 17″MacBook Pro, and nothing happened to it.

That means my 17″ MacBook Pro is much stronger than the PC computer.

Second Turning It On:

To make it fair, I’ll try my 17″ MacBook Pro first, and 💩PC computer afterwards. With my 17″MacBook Pro, all I do is lift the top and it on. With a PC computer, which somehow broke, so I had to get another one, and crack it on by jabbing a tire jack to it and it still won’t turn on.

So it seems that my 17″MacBook Pro is easier to turn on, but to be fair, with a sledgehammer, PC computers turn off quicker.

Third The Programs:

With my 17″MacBook Pro, I have many apps, and with a newly bought PC computer, I had to paint the apps on the screen, which is good, because it didn’t break this time.

Fourth The Weight:

With my 17″MacBook Pro weights 5 pounds, and when you take out the useless parts of a PC computer, and use it as it was built for, a fish tank, weights more when water is filled to the top, but weighs less when you leave it empty.

That wasn’t fair, PC computers have fishes, to look at, but my 17″MacBook Pro don’t have room for anything except for advanced technology. I guess Apple haven’t thought ahead, like the many PC computer companies.

Fifth The Price:

It’s true that my 17″MacBook Pro cost more, if you buy one PC computer, but I had to buy to buy three PC computers for this demonstration, so for me, PC computers costs more.

Conclusion:

I found that, my 17″MacBook Pro, without a scratch, is the winner.

Unlike many, I’m the most unbiased man when it comes to computers, and I’m sure that I convince you to get a PC computer, over an Apple, but that because looking at a fish tank, relaxes you, of the many times of worries you might have. If I had known that, then I wouldn’t have to fix the sidewalk, that the PC computer, fell on.

I’ll text you soon, so keep reading and enjoy the music, which is coming soon, on my website !!!

Happy Anniversary

December 11,2015 is when I started my website, and even though, my anniversary was December 11,2016, I’m running behind. It’s not my fault, my website was down, since October 1,2016 and now I caught up. Next year I’m trying something different and I hope you can help me, by supporting me. I want you to support me by coming each day and tell me what I’m doing and how I can change it.

Next year, I should have my website upgraded and have something that you’ll enjoy. I change it now, but two days before Christmas and it’s the weekend, I’m sure it can’t be done.

I’m going to celebrate my first year with my website and I hope you will also.

Sign up and have an article about your favorite performance of the 1960’s, or anything you like and I’ll publish it on my website, and who knows what will happen next.

I’ll text you soon and Have A Merry Christmas !!!

Wonder

Your probably are wondering why I posted 31 blogs on October, because in October, my website was down, because I uploaded too much photos and songs, and maybe videos. . Now I have my own server and I’ll be uploading photos and songs soon. Until then, I got another month to to blog about.

I’m here now and ready for your comments, but I’m also on my second website, that already have songs and videos on it, so I’ll text you there as well !!!

I Got A Lot To Catch Up, On

I’m asking to be patent, with me, it’s been awhile, and I need to get back in the groove, like I once was. I’m going to add songs soon and I miss some days, but I’m going to here like I did before.

I got to do from October 1 to December &, and then I would complete the year, and continue with something I’ve been thinking of doing, but first, I must get my songs on. I’m working that out today, and hopefully I should have it by tonight.

I hope you come back soon !!!

I Did A Year

I’m going to start fixing up some blogs of the past and I’m going to continue with something new.

I’m going to be here each day and I won’t stop until I get my website the way I want it to be !!!

I’m Here To Stay

Once again I’m back, but I don’t know why. I finely up dated my second page, but I don’t know where it is. I don’t see the ads that were here, and I don’t have that amount of space much of space. Please pardon me, while I start to get in the groove again, which should be tonight !!!

December 10

December 10th: On this day
1949, Fats Domino recorded his first tracks for Imperial Records. One of those songs was called ‘The Fat Man’, which later became his nickname.
1959, The four male members of The Platters were acquitted of charges of aiding and abetting prostitution, lewdness and assignation after an incident on August 10th in Cincinnati. Despite the outcome of the trial, the scandal would severely damage the group’s career.
1961, James Brown, The Famous Flames, Sugar Pie DeSanto and The Brownies all appeared at The Evergreen Ballroom, Lacey, Washington.
1961, The Beatles appeared at Hambleton Hall, Huyton in Liverpool after returning to Liverpool from their first live performances in south England and London. The Beatles arrived so late for their appearance in Huyton that they only had time to play for 15 minutes. The promoters, having to pay The Beatles their full £15 were very unhappy.
1965, 18-year-old David Bowie recorded ‘Can’t Help Thinking About Me’ at Pye Studios, London, England, which was later released as a single under the name David Bowie with The Lower Third. It became the first David Bowie record to be released in the US as well as the first time the name “Bowie” appeared under the songwriters credit.
1966, The Beach Boys went to No.1 on the US singles chart with ‘Good Vibrations’, the group’s third US No.1. As a child, his mother told him that dogs could pick up “vibrations” from people, so that the dog would bark at “bad vibrations” Wilson turned this into the general idea for the song.
1967, American soul singer, songwriter Otis Redding was killed in a plane crash, aged 26. Redding and his band had made an appearance in Cleveland, Ohio on the local ‘Upbeat’ television show the previous day. The plane carrying Otis Redding and his band crashed at 3.28.pm into icy waters of Lake Monoma near Madison. Redding was killed in the crash along with members from the The Bar-Kays, Jimmy King, Ron Caldwell, Phalin Jones and Carl Cunningham. Trumpet player Ben Cauley was the only person to survive the crash.
1967,
1971, Playing the first of two nights at London’s Rainbow Theatre, in England, Frank Zappa was pushed off stage by Trevor Howell, the jealous boyfriend of an audience member. Zappa fell onto the concrete-floored orchestra pit – the band thought Zappa had been killed. He suffered serious fractures, head trauma and injuries to his back, leg, and neck, as well as a crushed larynx, which ultimately caused his voice to drop a third after healing. This accident resulted in him using a wheelchair for an extended period, forcing him off the road for over half a year.
1973, The CBGB Club (Country, BlueGrass, and Blues), opened in the lower eastside of New York City. Founded by Hilly Kristal, it was originally intended to feature its namesake musical styles, but became a forum for American punk and New Wave bands such as Blondie, Television, Patti Smith and the Ramones.
1983, Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson started a six week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with ‘Say Say Say’. It was Jackson’s 10th No.1 (solo & The Jackson’s) and McCartney’s 29th, (solo and The Beatles).
1998, Bruce Springsteen won a £2 million court battle to ban an album of his early songs. The case revolved around a dispute over copyright ownership between Bruce and a former manager.
1998, A recording of a 1963 Beatles concert was sold at auction at Christies in London for £25,300, ($41,500). The tape of The Beatles’ 10-song concert was recorded by the chief technician at the Gaumont Theatre in Bournemouth during one of six consecutive nights which The Beatles had played. Also sold for £5,195 ($8,500), was a set of autographs of five Beatles, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Pete Best, and Stuart Sutcliffe. The autographs had been obtained by a fan in Liverpool in 1961.
1999, Rick Danko died in his sleep at his home near Woodstock, New York. The Canadian guitarist and singer joined The Hawks in 1963 who went on to work as Bob Dylan’s backing band, (with Robbie Robertson, Richard Manuel and Garth Hudson). Renamed The Band who released their 1968 debut Music from Big Pink (featuring the single ‘The Weight’). The Band released the 1978 concert film-documentary triple-LP soundtrack ‘The Last Waltz.’
1999, A war of words broke out between Cliff Richard and George Michael after George branded Cliff Richards hit ‘Millennium Prayer’ as ‘vile’. Cliff hit back by saying that his single was a Christian celebration.
2000, Eminem went to No.1 on the UK singles chart with ‘Stan’. The rappers second No.1, the female singing on the track was by Dido.
2000, Westlife scooped the Record of the Year award at the Smash Hits awards for ‘My Love’. Other winners included Atomic Kitten, for best new band, best new male went to Craig David, best British band, 5ive and Best Female Britney Spears.
2004, One of three RCA microphones used by radio station KWKH for the historic Elvis Presley appearance at the Louisiana Hayride was sold for $37,500. The microphone was one of three used during 50 performances by Elvis Presley when he performed for the radio show in Shreveport from 1954 to 1956.
2005, Queen overtook The Beatles to become the third most successful act of all time. Sales in 2005 showed that Queen had now overtaken The Beatles to make it into third place, spending 1,755 weeks on the British singles and album charts. The Beatles slipped to fourth place, with 1,749 weeks. Elvis had spent 2,574 weeks on the singles and album charts, making him number one in the Top 100 most successful acts of all time. Sir Cliff Richard remained in second place, clinching 1,982 weeks.
2007, Led Zeppelin played their first concert in 19 years, at London’s 02 Arena as part of the Ahmet Ertegun Tribute Concert. Jimmy Page, Robert Plant and John Paul Jones were joined on stage by Jason Bonham, the son of their late drummer John Bonham. More than one million people had taken part in a ballot for the 20,000 tickets available for the show with all proceeds going to Ahmet’s own charity. Zeppelin performed 16 songs including two encores. A number of celebrities attended the gig including Dave Grohl, Jeff Beck, Brian May, David Gilmour, The Edge, Peter Gabriel, Mick Jagger, Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, Jerry Hall, Priscilla Presley and Paris Hilton.
2008, The Associated Press reported that the US military used loud music to “create fear, disorient and prolong capture shock” for prisoners at military detention centers at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Among the songs blasted 24 hours a day were ‘Born In The USA’ by Bruce Springsteen, ‘Hell’s Bells’ by AC/DC, ‘White America’ by Eminem, ‘The Theme From Sesame Street’ and ‘I Love You’ from the Barney and Friends children’s TV show.
2009, In an interview with Q magazine, Paul McCartney was asked if his marriage to Heather Mills was the worst mistake of his life. He replied “OK, yeah. I suppose that has to be the prime contender.” The divorce settlement had cost McCartney £24m ($38.9m), plus annual payments for his daughter, Beatrice.
2010, The original hand-written lyrics to Bob Dylan’s ‘The Times They Are A-Changin’ sold at a New York auction for $422,500 (£267,400). Adam Sender, a hedge fund manager and art collector, outbid five others, placing telephone bids. The song, one of Dylan’s most politically charged, was the title track of his 1964 album.
2011, A copy of The Beatles ‘Love Me Do’ 1962 Demonstration Record sold for $17,339.31 during a 10-day eBay auction. According to the seller, this original demo was the ‘Holy Grail’ of Beatles items.
December 10th: Born on this day
1910, Born on this day, John Hammond, producer, A&R scout. Worked with Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, Leonard Cohen, George Benson and Janis Joplin Hammond died on 10th July 1987.
1926, Born on this day Eddie “Guitar Slim” Jones, New Orleans blues guitar player from the 1940s and 1950s best known for the million-selling song ‘The Things That I Used to Do’, a song that is listed in The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s 500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll.
1941, Born on this day, Ralph Tavares, Tavares, (1976 UK No.4 and US No.15 single ‘Heaven Must Be Missing An Angel’).
1941, Born on this day, Northern Indian-born British singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Peter Sarstedt, best known for the single ‘Where Do You Go To (My Lovely)?’, which topped the UK Singles Chart in 1969 (and 14 other countries), and won an Ivor Novello Award.
1946, Born on this day, English bassist, Ace Kefford, The Move, (1969 UK No.1 single ‘Blackberry Way’). He was the co-founder of The Move in October 1965 with Trevor Burton, after meeting David Bowie at Birmingham’s Cedar Club, following a performance by Bowie’s band Davy Jones and the Lower Third. The duo invited Roy Wood, then Carl Wayne and Bev Bevan to join and complete the classic Move line-up.
1948, Born on this day, Jessica Cleaves, The Friends Of Distinction, (1969 US No.3 single ‘Grazing In The Grass’).
1954, Born on this day, Geoff Deane, Modern Romance, (1982 UK No.4 single ‘Best Years Of Our Lives’).
1957, Born on this day, Paul Hardcastle, British composer, musician, and multi-instrumentalist who scored the 1985 UK No.1 single ‘Nineteen’ which became the top-selling single in 13 countries
1965, Born on this day, Joseph Mascis, guitar, vocals, Dinosaur Jr, (1993 UK No.20 single ‘Start Choppin’).
1972, Born on this day, Brian Molko, guitar, vocals, Placebo, (1997 UK No. 6 single ‘Nancy Boy’).
1974, Born on this day, Meg White, American drummer, The White Stripes. Their 2003 UK No.1 album ‘Elephant’ spent 46 weeks on the UK chart.

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