The one thing I like after the days end is near, is Jazz. Listening, Collecting, Researching, Reading the History of. This music inspires me. Fills me up with energy to keep going. From a very early age, when I would hear this sound, I understood it.
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Django Django – “WOR” For those of you who didn't know, a "Silodrome" is actually a Wall of Death, a huge silo shaped chamber in which stuntmen (and women) ride around the walls at speeds high enough to create G-forces higher than gravity. This allows them to ride at a 90 degree angle to the ground whilst generally goofing... R131 Fighter by Confederate Motorcycles The R131 Fighter by Confederate Motorcycles is a bike I've been wanting to feature here on Silodrome for quite some time, in some respects it's the epitome of an engineering first approach to motorcycle design, and that's resulted in a bike that's beautiful purely because form follows function. Indian 101 Scout
Discover how Spike Jones led the way for Peter Schickele's PDQ Bach, and how one of The Marx Brothers helped Allen Sherman on his way. Also appearances by Anna Russell, Flanders and Swann and, of course, The Clown Prince of Classical Music Comedy, Victor Borge. On a Clear Morning with flutist Immanuel Davis It's music played on the instrument it was written for, silvery, scintillating, effortless playing by Immanuel Davis on an 1865 Louis Lot.