Sunday, December 15, 2013

Johnny Cash & June Carter - It Ain't Me, Babe

They did this song three time on 'The Johnny Cash Show'. This recording (2nd time) aired on 29 April, 1970.

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Prague - 1959

Tatra 603 parked near Wenceslas Square in Prague
This shot is taken in 1959, see all the neon lights

Saturday, November 23, 2013

Guzzi V7 Scrambler

Moto Guzzi V7 Scrambler, built by Corsa Italia

Formula Villeneuve - A tribute to Gilles Villeneuve

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"Gilles Villeneuve was the last great racing driver. The rest of us are just good professionals. " -Alain Prost

Tribute to Gilles Villeneuve: 
When reminiscing on the most memorable names from Formula One Grand Prix racing in the '70's one name that rarely fails to attract some degree of respect and admiration is that of Gilles Villeneuve. To many the wiry French-Canadian was all that epitomises the Great Grand Prix driver -- immensely skilful, determined, aggressive when necessary, and, most importantly to the observer, spectacular on any circuit that challenged him, especially behind the wheel of his beloved blood-red Ferraris.

During his short lifetime Gilles exuded a particular type of magic that quickly transformed him into a motor-racing legend and this film, produced by his compatriots, pays tribute to a drive who many believed would have been one of the all-time-greats. Here you can hear from leading personalities such as Enzo Ferrari himself in a very rare personal interview, Juan Manuel Fangio, Stirling Moss, Niki Lauda, Alain Prost, Jody Scheckter, Mario Andretti, Patrick Tambay, Jacques Lafitte and even Canadian ex-Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau. Their admiration for the talented young Villeneuve is interspersed with some classic action sequences spanning the '70's to the fateful day in May 1982.

Sunday, November 10, 2013

Johnny Cash - The Last Great American

Documentary on BBC 2004

"I'm part Good, and I'm Part bad, but I'm redeemed" J.R Cash

"Every man knows he is a sissy compared to Johnny Cash." ~ Bono (of U2)