What a Wonderful World it Would Bee

What A Wonderful World / Louis Armstrong _____________________________ Bees can learn to play soccer according to an article from Science, the publication of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Think of the implications. Not only bees able to play soccer but also a potential new meaning for the proverbial talk about the birds and […]

Eastern Musical Technology

Western Music Culture Attempts at Application of Eastern Culture KORG Technology The KORG Minilogue XD Mr. Day / John Coltrane 1960 _______________________________ I was never the most likely one to discover the power of John Coltrane. Out of law school in LA, I had an office on the corner of the 18th floor of Chevron […]

Double Rainbow

Double Rainbow / Song & Lyrics by Carlos Jobim (1980) / Sung by Stacey Kent To Jim after all his trials and the blessing he’ll see more rain, roses and rainbows One of the most beautiful songs by the legendary Brazilian composer Antonio Carlos Jobim. And what a better person to sing it than the […]

The Sound of Freedom

The Sound of Silence The Rescue of Rocio (Cristal Aparicio) From Sex Slavery by Tim Ballard (Jim Caviezel) Child trafficking is the fastest growing international criminal network the world has ever seen. There are more people enslaved now, by sex trafficking, than there were when slavery was legal.  The Sound of Silence / Simon & […]


It is 1962 and America is under nuclear attack. Somewhere in a southwestern desert, the crew at an Atlas missile silo prepares for retaliation.  The site layout based on blueprints from Scott O’Steen ©1997. Background information from “The Development of Ballistic Missiles in the United States Air Force 1945-1969” by Jacob Neufeld (A publication of […]