Friday, 31 March 2017

#Reggae #Dub On U #SoundCloud

#Reggae #Dub On U #SoundCloud
1) Zungguzungguguzungguzeng Yellow Man
2) Bam Bam - Sister Nancy
3) Bob Marley Get Up,Stand Up Thievery Corporation Remix)
4) Sister Nancy - Bam Bam Sleazy McQueen Covert Edit
5) Bubble Gum K n R
6) Mikey Dread - Operators Choice Dub
7) Mango Walk The In-Crowd
8) Billy Boyo-One Spliff A Day
9) Bob Marley + The Wailers _ One Love - PHOTEK Remix [People Get Ready]
10) Leftfield Chant of a poor man (Joe Revell remix)
11) Karmacoma' by MASSIVE ATTACK (Bumper Ball DUB mix)
12) Mr. Money Man Rod Taylor
13) Numa Crew - World of Ragga (Ini Kamoze Remix)
14) Barrington Levy - Murderer
15) Bob Marley - Sun Is Shining (Dub Version)
16) Lee "Scratch" Perry & Subatomic Sound System | Black Ark Vampires (Roots Rockers Mix)
17) Groove armada – Soundboy rock
18) Burning Spear - Civilised reggae
19) Bombay dub orchestra – Monsoon Malabar (International observer remix)
20) Mikkel Metal feat. Paul St-Hilaire - Jeman

Thursday, 30 March 2017

Live Now Tribute to the great #GilScotHeron

Live Now Tribute to the great #GilScotHeron

Tinned tomatoes contain two times the antioxidant lycopene of fresh.

Tinned tomatoes contain two times the antioxidant lycopene of fresh.
They are also up to 75% cheaper and always in season.

What Is Lycopene ?

This incredible little molecule was first isolated in 1910, and the full molecule structure was discovered in 1931.

First of all, lycopene is a phytonutrient.
Put simply, phytonutrients are antioxidants found in plant life.

These nutrients are not originally created by the human body, but rather produced by plants as a defence against environmental damage, such as pests, toxins and UV damage.

Instead of allowing free radicals to run free within the plant, it creates various types of phytonutrients to protect itself.

Just like plants, we’re subjected to a lot of dangerous environmental chemicals and other things, like prolonged sun exposure, that can cause free radicals to damage cells throughout our entire bodies as well.

That’s why it’s so important to “eat the rainbow.”
If you regularly eat plants of all colors, you can ensure you get enough phytonutrients to keep your body healthy.

Wednesday, 29 March 2017

From the Shire ;)

From the Shire ;)

Originally shared by Jon “the chef” Hole

Guess the food/kitchen tool ??? not that hard i think ;)

Tuesday, 28 March 2017

Ostara Spell The Spring Equinox, called Ostara by many, is a day of perfect balance between night and day, darkness...

Ostara Spell The Spring Equinox, called Ostara by many, is a day of perfect balance between night and day, darkness and light, slumber and awakening.

Many craft traditions, covens, and solitaries have devised their own rituals for awakening Mother Earth at this time.

Many of these can be traced back to England.
One common practice is to walk through a natural area, tap the earth three times with a staff or wand, and make a joyful noise to welcome the Goddess's return.

This ritual is performed three times in keeping with the sacred number of many of the Pagan sects from western European countries.

Now is not only a good time to awaken Mother Earth, but also to awaken ourselves.

We should ask: Are we only going through the motions now ?
Or are we reawakening our spiritual selves, and seeing anew all the magical possibilities of spring ?
To awaken your own body, mind, and soul to spring's rebirth, give back to Mother Earth some of the things we've taken from her.

Plant a tree, herb garden, or flowers.

Feed her animals and birds.

Menu Week 13 lucky for some ;)

Menu Week 13 lucky for some ;)

Originally shared by Azlin Bloor

Foodies+ Weekly Round-Up

Phew, almost 20 recipes this week! I'm pleasurably drowning in all these delicious posts! Check out what we had this past week:

Sabzi Polo Mahi (Persian Herbed Rice)
I kicked off the week with a family recipe to welcome Nowruz, the Persian spiritual New Year. Celebrated on the 1st day of spring.

Pesto Panna Cotta
My second post this week was an old post with new photos that never fails to confuse! Is it sweet or savoury? You know I love my pesto!

Almond, Orange and Olive Oil Cake
Jon Hole followed this up with his Spring Time Cake, a deliciously moist cake just perfect at this time of year. I’m pleased to say that this time, he didn’t leave his glasses in to be be baked along!

Pakori Ka Raita
Sangita Agrawal (+ gave us a delicious Indian gram flour fritter served in yoghurt sauce – perfect for the coming warmer months.

Vegetable Pasta In Sweet Pepper Sauce
And then, Sangita gave us a pasta dish, perfectly served with a sweet pepper sauce.

Lemon Yogurt and Orange Popsicle
And what better way to finish off a meal than these delightful looking popsicles, again, from Sangita.

Wilted Maple Spinach
Randy Resnick, who will be on the Collections 101 Panel this Tuesday, gave us a super delicious and easy side dish, perfect for a quick midweek meal.

Carrot, Sweet Potato and Squash Soup
Randy treated us with a second recipe this week, perfect for these brighter, milder spring days – for some of us, at least!

Lisa Watson showed us how to ski and have fun in the snow with Bombadino, a drink made of brandy, advocaat and cream.

Riomaggiore Lasagna
Paul Binns wowed us with his version of a deconstructed seafood lasagne that he tasted in Riomaggiore, Italy,

Parmesan Cheese Beignets
Balls don’t get any better than A Tall Order's cheesy beignets, perfectly served with some butternut squash soup.

Butternut Squash & Coconut Soup
Speaking of balls in soup, here is the Butternut Squash soup that Neil of A Tall order served with said balls with!

Chicken Kofta Curry
Don’t you just love meatballs in curry? This is exactly what Balvinder Ubi gave us this week – I could have this every day!

Shrimp with Broccoli and Angel Hair Pasta in Garlic Butter Sauce
I, for one, am really enjoying having Sandra Rerecic posting regularly with her delicious and often, healthy recipes. And this is one my pasta and broccoli loving children would just adore!

Plate Cake with Fresh Figs and Apricot
I would just love to finish all my meals with this amazing sounding and looking cake from rick van elswijk. With ice cream when it’s warm!

Smoked Salmon Spread
A French Touch
(+ shows us just how easy it is to dine in style with this quick and easy make-at-home smoked salmon spread. I’d be having it all the time!

Three Summer Drinks
Newbie Radhika Mundra gets us ready for the summer in plenty of time. Bookmark these recipes for your summer entertaining.

Semolina, Pistachio and Rose Water Cake
Who best to finish our extravagant buffet than the sweetest of them all, Rita Dolce? Take a look at this cake and be wowed by first, its beauty, then its flavours. Perfect for all occasions!


Friday, 24 March 2017

Race weekend Double header Castle combe circuit and Newquay Airport

Race weekend Double header Castle combe circuit and Newquay Airport
#Pit-crew chef,tyre tech,trolley jack man etc

Beetroot & Fresh Horseradish Remoulade

Beetroot & Fresh Horseradish Remoulade

4 medium size beetroot
150ml oil
1 tsp red wine vinegar
2 tblsp grated fresh horseradish

Roast beetroot whole in baking tray covered in foil in hot oven [200 C] until soft.
Allow to cool slightly, then remove peel & grate coarsely.
Peel and grate Fresh Horseradish ( worse than tear gas ;)
Add grated beetroot & mix thoroughly. Serve

Dragon You haven't been bit till a dragon does it

Dragon You haven't been bit till a dragon does it
Tamora Pierce, Emperor Mage

Originally shared by Shen Yun Official Account

Chinese 101 - 龍(lóng) Dragon

Did you know dragons in Chinese culture are distinctly different from their flying, fire-breathing Western counterparts?

They have the eyes of a rabbit, the antlers of a deer, mouth of a bull, head of a camel, belly of a clam, palms of a tiger, claws of an eagle, scales of a fish, and the body of a snake—can you imagine?

Original bronze inscriptions of the character 龍 were of its left side alone, which clearly showed the dragon's body and horns. Later the right side of the character was added: the upper right portion symbolized the dragon's sharp claws, while the lower right portion symbolized its fins and tail.

Chinese dragons can be further divided into good or evil ones. Good dragons possess extraordinary powers and enjoy helping those who are kind and devout, such as the White Dragon King's daughter in this year's Shen Yun performance. Evil dragons abuse their powers and terrorize the populace, such as the red dragon in last year's dance, Ne Zha and the Dragon (Ne Zha Stirs The Sea).

Wednesday, 22 March 2017

The Bread is Baked and ready.

The Bread is Baked and ready.
The sky is the daily bread of the eyes Ralph Waldo Emerson

It’s a fun way of cooking with a 6,000-year-old tradition.
There are two types of wood-fired ovens: "black ovens" and "white ovens".

Black ovens are heated by burning wood in a chamber. Food is cooked in that same chamber while the fire is still going, or in the heated chamber after the fire and coals have been swept out.

White ovens are heated by heat transfer from a separate combustion chamber and flue-gas path. Thus, the oven remains "white", or clean from ash.

While the traditional wood-fired oven is a masonry oven, such ovens can also be built out of adobe, cob or cast iron.

Wood-fired ovens are distinct from wood-fired stoves that have a hot cooking surface for pots and pans, like on a gas or electric stove.
A wood stove may also have an oven separate from the fire chamber.

Regardless of material they all have an oven chamber consisting of a floor (or hearth), a dome and an entry (oven opening).

Unlike modern household gas or electric ovens that provide a nearly constant cooking temperature, a black oven is typically heated only once during the firing stage (the combustion of wood inside the chamber).
After the coals are raked out, the oven gradually cools over a period of hours or even days (in the case of a well-insulated oven).

Oven temperatures may exceed 1000 degrees Fahrenheit (538 degrees Celsius).

The mass of the oven acts as a 'thermal battery', which slowly releases heat over time.
The retained heat in the oven may be used to bake multiple batches. Alternatively, foods requiring different temperatures can be cooked in succession as the temperature of the oven drops.


Originally shared by Retiro da Avó Lidia

Que lindos saíram...

Tuesday, 21 March 2017

Scrambled Eggs with Salted Anchovies, hint of Chives and Black Pepper

Scrambled Eggs with Salted Anchovies, hint of Chives and Black Pepper
made with
Ruperts Fancy Fowls Amazing rich Eggs 4 hours old the Real deal breakfast done !

Happy Nowruz literally (New Day) may the Seven S,s be with you all

Happy Nowruz literally (New Day) may the Seven S,s be with you all
سبزه – Sabze: Wheat, barley or lentil sprouts grown in a dish
سمنو – Samanu: A sweet pudding made from germinated wheat
سنجد – Senjed: The dried fruit of the oleaster tree
سیر – Sir: Garlic
سیب – Sib: Apples
سماق – Somāq: Sumac
سرکه – Serke: Vinegar

These items are also known to have astrological correlations to planets Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Sun and Moon.
Whats your thoughts Enchanted Spirit ?

Read On with Azlin Bloor
We will open the book. Its pages are blank. We are going to put words on them ourselves. The book is called Opportunity and its first chapter is New Year's Day
Edith Lovejoy

Originally shared by Azlin Bloor

Nowruz, the Persian New Year
On the first Day of Spring

Nowruz or Norooz, pronounced no-rooz, is the festival that heralds the spiritual new year for Persian and some Central Asian communities, celebrating the start of spring and all that it entails: renewal, rebirth and new beginnings.

Nowruz, which falls on the first day of spring (vernal equinox), is a secular holiday, observed across the faiths and goes back some three thousand years, with practices that are partly rooted in the rituals and traditions of Zoroastrianism, the religion of ancient Persia, before the advent of Islam in 7th century A.D.

Nowruz is celebrated not just in Iran but also in other countries in Central Asia, like Iraq, Afghanistan, Azerbaijan and Turkey. The Indian Parsis also observe this holiday.

The image below shows you a Haft-Seen table, a table ladened with symbolic items to bring in the new year.

To read more about Nowruz and to get some recipe ideas, head on over to LinsFood:

Monday, 20 March 2017

Tyre Durometer my instrument for today's job getting Seven ready for race season,Soft tyres were it is at ;)...

Tyre Durometer my instrument for today's job getting Seven ready for race season,Soft tyres were it is at ;) #Pitcrew

“If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold

“If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold
it would be a merrier world.”
― J.R.R. Tolkien
This week round Up from Joy Stewart

Originally shared by Joy Stewart

We’re pleased to announce another delicious week on foodies plus; from sweets to salads, we’ve seen a great variety of recipes. Please enjoy our weekly roundup.

Shiitake Tsukune (Chicken Meatballs with Shiitake Mushrooms)

+Joy Stewart’s flavorful meatballs cooked over the coals will have you salivating:

Sooji Dhokla (Semolina Steam Cake)

Sangita Agrawal shared with us a light, deliciously moist semolina cake:

Lamb Burger Sliders

Jacob Harrison tried out a delectable recipe for lamb sliders with Cumin Mint Aoli from Healthy Gut Cookbook by Maya Gangadharan and Gavin Pritchard:

A Tall Order’s post on how to make tortillas had us craving Mexican food:

Tom Yum Goong and Shimchi Onigiri Amuse Bouche

Azlin Bloor’s delicious, sophisticated small bite is perfect to impress your guests:

Thai Green Papaya Salad

A first post by another newcomer, +Thanya’s spicy and sweet crunchy salad is a delightful light meal:

Cured Salmon

FrenchTouch shared with us an easy, flavorful method of making cured salmon at home:

Salmon Cakes with Wasabi Mayo

Paul Binns’ delectable salmon cakes with a spicy dressing are a great starter for fish lovers:

Beans and Bacon

Sandra Rerecic shared a fabulous side with fava beans and bacon:

Pineapple Fritters with Lemon & Chili Syrup

A Tall Order shared with us a method for pineapple fritters at home with a mouthwatering dipping syrup:

Cheesy Broccoli Florets

Sangita Agrawal’s cheesy broccoli snack is easy and delicious:

Cabbage Kofta Curry

Balvinder Ubi shared with us a great vegetarian dish made with cabbage:

Coconut Rawa Laddo (Coconut Semolina Sweet Balls)

In keeping with our culianry balls theme, Indrani Sen’s sweet coconut semolina balls are a decadent dessert:

Matzo Balls in Chicken Soup

Continuing March’s balls theme, +Joy Stewart shares with us a traditional recipe for holiday dumplings:

Chickpea and Roasted Red Pepper Salad

Sandra Rerecic’s light, easy and delicious salad is perfect as a side or anytime:

Quite a delicious week, wouldn’t you agree?
Hope to have another tasty week ahead!


Ozric Tentacles and Arthur Lowbridge (Joe Public) Credit

Ozric Tentacles and Arthur Lowbridge (Joe Public) Credit

Tuesday, 14 March 2017

Undulating sense of melody

Undulating sense of melody

Originally shared by Jon “the chef” Hole

Hindi Zahra is a Franco-Moroccan singer and actress,her original gently undulating sense of melody.
With a subtle, understated guitar, a dash of gypsy between the lines, and a hint of blues with a capital B.

Time stands still - Intense, intimate, poetic vibrations, with a velvety feline timbre. At thirty, Hindi Zahra is neither a reality show wonder nor the umpteenth shooting star fizzing across the firmament of vocal jazz.

Music is the story of her life, a family affair.
Her songs are mostly in English but some lyrics as in the song "Imik Si Mik" are in the Berber language.

Thanks Hugo Alexandre Cruz for putting me on to this artist :)

Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious That is what i say to this !!!

Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious That is what i say to this !!!
So luv Rhubarb what a way to do it

In the United Kingdom, the first rhubarb of the year is harvested by candlelight in forcing sheds
where all other light is excluded - a practice that produces a sweeter, more tender stalk

Rhubarb has been used for medical purposes by the Chinese for thousands of years and appears in The Divine Farmer's Herb-Root Classic,
Compiled about 2700 years ago

Imported along the Silk Road, reaching Europe in the 14th century through the ports of Aleppo and Smyrna, and becoming known as "Turkish rhubarb".

Later, when the usual route lay through Russia, "Russian rhubarb" became the familiar term.

The value of rhubarb can be seen in Ruy Gonzáles de Clavijo's report of his embassy in 1403-05 to Timur in Samarkand:
"The best of all merchandise coming to Samarkand was from China: especially silks, satins, musk, rubies, diamonds, pearls, and rhubarb.

"Sock in the eye" +Stephanie Stiavetti :)
#rhubarb #rhubarbrecipes 

Originally shared by Stephanie Stiavetti

Pickled rhubarb is sweet, spicy, and simply put: bracing.

It's a pickle-lover's pickle. A bit can likely cause the weak-willed to suck air in through their teeth after a bite and grip the table. But the flavor, the sweetness, the sour air, the tart slap, and with a spice with enough bite that it leaves marks like a bad (or good) kisser. If you have leftover vinegar after using the pickled rhubarb, reserve it for vinaigrette, cocktails, or whatever else you think needs a tart, astringent sock in the eye.

3 stalks rhubarb
2 star anise
½ teaspoon red pepper flakes
Half cinnamon stick
1 bay leaf
5 whole cloves
5 whole peppercorns
1½ cup white vinegar
¾ cup sugar
¼ teaspoon salt
1 32-ounce canning jar, with lid

#cooking #recipes #recipesandfood #recipeoftheday #food #theculinarylife #delicious #pickles   #pickling   #springtime   #springrecipes

Monday, 13 March 2017

Time to Enter into Warrior Mode ? Enchanted Spirit

Time to Enter into Warrior Mode ? Enchanted Spirit
"Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth"

"I plant rosemary all over the garden, so pleasant is it to know that at every few steps one may draw the kindly...

"I plant rosemary all over the garden, so pleasant is it to know that at every few steps one may draw the kindly branchlets through one's hand, and have the enjoyment of their incomparable incense; and I grow it against walls, so that the sun may draw out its inexhaustible sweetness to greet me as I pass"
Gertrude Jekyll

Originally shared by Jon “the chef” Hole

Rosemary my Queen of the herbs "Where Rosemary flourishes, the Woman rules" and in England it was believed that rosemary could not grow in the garden of the home unless the mistress was the master.

Carrying a twig protects from the evil eye.

Is believed to attract faerie and good energies.
Rosemary in twigs hung over cradles prevented faeries from stealing infants.

A man who is indifferent to the fragrance of rosemary is unable to give true love to a woman and those who smell rosemary frequently will retain their youth.
( I got my head in it ;)

Place rosemary under your pillow to help you to remember your dreams and to keep away nightmares and other unwanted nighttime visitations.

If you haven't chosen a mate yet and have several to think about, name a pot for each one and plant rosemary in each pot.
The one that grows the fastest and strongest is your best choice.
If you don't have any options, make a poppet of yourself and stuff it with rosemary to attract a lover to you.
You can also do this to attract healing energy.

Wear Rosemary oil on those occasions that you want to make a lasting impression.

Scientific evidence suggests that rosemary does in fact stimulate the memory centers of the brain.
So use a sprig of rosemary as a book-marker and wear rosemary oil when studying and on test day to help you remember what you need to know.

Sunday, 12 March 2017

Sunday Foodies+ the place to be.

Sunday Foodies+ the place to be.
“I hate people who are not serious about meals. It is so shallow of them.”
― Oscar Wilde, The Importance of Being Earnest

Originally shared by Joy Stewart

Foodies+ Weekly Roundup

It’s been another delicious week here at Foodies+, with many contributions to our March event, which is all about balls--culinary balls. Read on below to see our weekly roundup!

Shahi Stuffed Gobhi
Sangita Agrawal gave us a new appreciation for our veggies with her mouthwatering stuffed cauliflower:

Roasted Zucchini and Parmesan Arancini
Joy Stewart shared with us a clever recipe for leftover rice with her crunchy rice fritters:

Lauki Ka Kofta
Sangita Agrawal’s soft calabash fritters in rich gravy got our mouths watering:

Onion Jam
A Tall Order’s Onion Jam is the perfect condiment for onion lovers:

Hot and Sweet Thai Meatballs
Shana Shameer’s deliciously spicy Meatballs are perfect to serve when company comes over:

Appleskives (Stuffed Pancakes) with Bananas and Chocolate
Bet you can’t eat just one of these amazing banana and chocolate chip stuffed pancakes from Lorilyn Felimer-Shaikh:

Beans and Cornbread
Paul Binns shared with us a fabulously filling and nourishing country staple:

Chocolate Fondant Cake
Newcomer FrenchTouch treated us to a fabulously decadent, rich chocolate cake:

I’m still here, I just...
Jon Hole presented us with an intriguing mystery in the form of a bespectacled cake:

Chicken Vegetable Ratatouille
Jacob Harrison put a satisfying twist on an old favorite:

Rosemary my Queen
Jon Hole taught us some fabulous lore about one of our favorite herbs:

A Tall Order’s savory stuffed fritters are the savory yin to Appleskiver’s Yang and an amazing street food to boot! If you haven’t tried Takoyaki you should and you can see the recipe here:

Moong Dal Halwa
Sangita Agrawal shared with us a rich special occasion pudding:

Mothballs: A Sweet Treat from New Zealand
Lisa Watson shared a treasured childhood sweet with her delectable treats:

Bakso, Indonesian Meatballs
Perfect for a family dinner or snack, Azlin Bloor’s meatballs are a delicious and satisfying dish:

Quite a delicious week, wouldn’t you agree?
Hope to have another tasty week ahead!


Saturday, 11 March 2017

360 VR "Rarely extremely rarely do you get a Matador that is both a great killer and a great artist

360 VR "Rarely extremely rarely do you get a Matador that is both a great killer and a great artist
A great killer Must love to Kill"

“The cynical ones are the best companions. But the best of all are the cynical ones when they are still devout; or after; when having been devout, then cynical, they become devout again by cynicism.”
― Ernest Hemingway, Death in the Afternoon

Cooking is Active Philosophy, Christian told me

Cooking is Active Philosophy, Christian told me
I trust him....I,ve tasted his food !

Thursday, 9 March 2017

“You can tell him (a lunatic) by the liberties he takes with common sense, by his flashes of inspiration, and by the...

“You can tell him (a lunatic) by the liberties he takes with common sense, by his flashes of inspiration, and by the fact that sooner or later he brings up the Templars.”
― Umberto Eco, Foucault's Pendulum
#BBC #FakeNews

"Several people have been in touch with me today about the discovery of the 'Templar' cave in Shropshire, England.

Amidst all the excitement I just did a radio interview pointing out that the cave most probably has nothing whatsoever to do with the Knights Templar.

Not a single Templar symbol is to be seen and the architectural format does not follow any accepted Templar/Christian sacred architectural formats.

So what is it?

Well, when you take the tea lights away, its not that special.
Several such caves exist in Shropshire, the nearby Hawkstone Cave, for example; a project created by a wealthy landowner to stimulate a local village economy.

These caves were often referred to as 'druids grottoes' having been carved in the fashion of druidic altars, which were all the rage in mid-Victorian England.

Albeit there is no sign of classic Templar/Christian architecture, many features correspond with druidism and neo-paganism. I'm going to write a blog about this next week." Ashley Cowie

DRESS CODE: Tea Party Trash & Time Warp Treasure

DRESS CODE: Tea Party Trash & Time Warp Treasure
Take a wander down the rabbit hole for some eat me drink me treats in the otherworldly realm of our underground wonderland.

Tea parties and bawdy games, terrible twins and vyper tongued queens, you'll be mad as a March hare bouncing off the walls to the finest bubbling beats and barmy bass lines.

Invisible Circus Presents: Mad Hatters Ball!
With the incredible My Bad Sister Live! + DJ Miss Radida DJ and Circus Artist
+ Sideshows and walkabout from Lucky Cat Musements and Pyratrix Circus
+ the usual Cabaret, Photobooth and Nailbar delights!


Added photos to Roger,s 70th Birthday.

Added photos to Roger,s 70th Birthday.

Welcome to Rogers 70 birthday event page.

Welcome to Rogers 70 birthday event page.

R.I.P. Clyde Stubblefield "The worlds most sampled drummer"

R.I.P. Clyde Stubblefield "The worlds most sampled drummer"
Clyde Stubblefield played drums for James Brown for 6 years but his legacy has lasted a lot longer than that.
His rhythms have been extensively sampled and particularly his 'Funky Drummer' break helped lay the foundations of Hip Hop, and later jungle and a whole world of electronic music.

RIP Clyde Stubblefield April 18, 1943 – February 18, 2017


James Brown - Ain't It Funky Now (Parts 1 and 2)
James Brown - Get Up, Get Into It, Get Involved
James Brown - Say It Loud - I'm Black And I'm Proud
James Brown - Cold Sweat Part 2
James Brown - Funky Drummer
Big Daddy Kane - Mortal Combat
Bad Meets Evil - Living Proof
Kool Moe Dee - I'm Blowin' Up
Diggin - It's a Demo (feat. Kool G Rap, Polo)
LL Cool J - Mama Said Knock You Out
Eric B. & Rakim - Lyrics Of Fury
Public Enemy - Fight The Power
Sweet Tee and Jazzy Joyce - It's My Beat
Pharcyde - Officer
Roxanne Shanté - Have A Nice Day [Remix]
Stop The Violence Movement - Self Destruction
The 2 Live Crew - Coolin' (Fresh Kid Ice's Side)
Mellow Man Ace - River Cubano
Boogie Down Productions - South Bronx
Common - Blows To The Temple
Digable Planets - Where I'm From (LP Version)
Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth - Go With The Flow
Ice Cube - Jackin' For Beats
King Bee - Back By Dope Demand
Maestro Fresh Wes - Let Your Backbone Slide
Luke Vibert - Homewerk
Clyde Stubblefield Solo at the Boston Garden (Live)
James Brown - There Was A Time
James Brown - Give It Up Or Turnit A Loose
Mos Def, Black Thought, Eminem - BET Cypher 2009

On U #SoundCloud thank you Gilles Peterson for doing this !

Wednesday, 8 March 2017

I found my Desert Rose birthday song,woman and Wine ;) On U #SoundCloud

I found my Desert Rose birthday song,woman and Wine ;) On U #SoundCloud
Mr Pianissimo playing :
"I am a 28-year-old software engineer and amateur composer living in the beautiful city of Seattle. I have no musical training or background at all. I taught myself to play piano in August of 2014 and then started actually composing in January 2015. Even though I've only been doing this a short time, I can already see that composing music is my life's passion!

I focus on composing atmospheric, evocative ethnic pieces that take my listeners on a journey through both time and space. I'm obsessed with medieval sounds, but also love Celtic/Northern European, Middle Eastern, Mediterranean and Far Eastern ethnic vibes. I also love the piano and I'm really trying to focus on improving my skills there as well :)

Every piece you hear on my cloud is 100% original music that is composed, recorded (using VSTs), and produced by myself. No remixes, no covers (unless explicitly stated), no loops, and absolutely NO prerecorded "musical phrases" (with the very rare exception of occasional vocal phrases). I manually compose and record every single note of every instrument you hear ... whether it's a violin, flute, vocals, drums, or anything else!

If you have interest in using one of my pieces for something or if you are interested in collaboration, please contact me through private message with your request.

Also, don't be shy! Feel free to shoot me a message even just to introduce yourself. I love connecting with other soundcloud artists :)

Now that that's all out of the way, put on a good pair of headphones and enjoy!




Tuesday, 7 March 2017

Kaya Project Live with their performance at the

Kaya Project Live with their performance at the
Dance Temple Boom 2016
It is our utmost pleasure to finally release their beautiful concert. Thank you for this moment!


Kaya Project Live (feat. Irina Mikhailova)
Opening the Dance Temple

Performers: Seb Taylor,
Irina MIkhailova,
Pearce Van Der Merwe,
Isaac Levi Tucker,
Israel Galipeau,
Lea Naga Devi,
Gustavo Ollitta,
Lital Natanzon.

Monday, 6 March 2017

The Chefs Brain "Chefs exert expert motor and cognitive performances on a daily basis.

The Chefs Brain "Chefs exert expert motor and cognitive performances on a daily basis.
Neuroimaging has clearly shown that that long-term skill learning (i.e., athletes, musicians, chess player or sommeliers) induces plastic changes in the brain thus enabling tasks to be performed faster and more accurately.
How a chef’s expertise is embodied in a specific neural network has never been investigated.


We found that chefs are characterized by an anatomical variability involving the cerebellum.
This confirms the role of this region in the development of similar expert brains characterised by learning dexterous skills, such as pianists, rock climbers and basketball players.
However, the nature of the cellular events underlying the detected morphological differences remains an open question.
#Chef #Brain

#a #e #i #o #u H/tip Enchanted Spirit

#a #e #i #o #u H/tip Enchanted Spirit

Originally shared by H George Tavakoli

Seek only that which is within...

#a #e #i #o #u

#Boogie #ElectroJazz In the Cave On u #SoundCloud

#Boogie #ElectroJazz In the Cave On u #SoundCloud
by Mr Jo Po Vallée de l'Eure, France

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"The intentions which arise only from the clearly asserted desire to go to the end of the hypothetical and absolute need, constantly annihilated, rejected and sublimated to better grasp the uncertain contours of an affirmation for ever questioned, participates only Of an obvious hypothesis aiming only to confirm the relative aptitude of each thing to participate in a model of evolution concretizing the absolutism of the reasons which founded it.

The anguish of the incomprehension of rejection formulated by omnipresent and omnipotent incompatibility will be, in fact, only sublimated by the reduction of a tiny part that still remains to be defined.

This most imposing part of the different degrees of a formidable description generates the characteristic explosion of a recasting of all the elements contained in the space comprised between the information of an uncertain imaginary and the construction of an ultimate set of constitution unique.

It is unnecessary to specify to which unit all this architecture is linked, especially considering the small but not insignificant value of the duration as positive as determined by the resultant thus reported.

It is therefore not as simple as the way to apprehend the totality as a whole, to conclude that the complementary interrelationship of all the preceding openings and the need not to Other than what constitutes the very foundation of the absence of a new one.

The means of safely adding the complete information essential to the logical logical operation at the origin of at least a fraction of what might be considered a good progression becomes substantially the opposite of each of the constraints not yet definitively stated .

It is easy to see that the complementarities of the different constituents perceived as the insurmountable objective of this part allied to the return, to summarize, of the rest of a subjective information reaches the limits of what can be accepted considering the impact of Many areas formed by the release of a contradictory stake.

The conclusion might be to ramify all the emerging structures at a given point, but without taking concrete account of the physical constraints always present within the bases thus created, which become constituted of periodic and continuous renewals increasingly subject to Profound studies.

Unfortunately, we have to face the fact that it is impossible for any opposition to be drawn from the conclusions set out above and from the earlier ones."

Nope ? Frankly !

What do you think, friend who has read everything ?

Some great long sentences there Mr Jo Po

Who read all that ???????????? ;)

The Waldorf Hotel “the worst view of any hotel in the world”

The Waldorf Hotel “the worst view of any hotel in the world”
Is this a joke?
Nope - it's a genuine art hotel with fully functioning ensuite facilities and limited car parking. Operated by the local community, we offer a warm welcome to everyone from all sides of the conflict and across the world.

Is it safe?
Yes. The hotel is located in a bustling area fully open to tourists from across the world. It has all the restaurants, bars and taxis you'd expect. We're 500 metres from the checkpoint to Jerusalem and a mile from the centre of Bethlehem. The official British Foreign Office advice declares it a safe place to visit - and like any holiday you should check the FCO website or equivalent before travelling.

Do I need a VISA?
You don't need a visa to enter Israel as a tourist and you can stay for up to 3 months. Visitors entering via Tel Aviv airport are given an entry card in their passport. So, unlike the locals, you'll be permitted to travel wherever you wish.

Airport security at Tel Aviv, however, is legendary. Expect to be asked about the purpose of your stay and if you intend travelling to the West Bank. If you answer 'yes' you may be held up for some time, consequently many visitors choose not to highlight that particular part of their holiday.

How long will it be open for ?
We're aiming to be here for the whole of the centenary year, maybe longer if people come.

Centenary year ?
2017 marks a hundred years since the British took control of Palestine and helped kick start a Century of confusion and conflict. At the time of writing there are no special events being planned to mark the occasion.

Is it anti-Semitic ?
Definitely not. The Walled Off Hotel is an entirely independent leisure facility set up and financed by Banksy. It is not aligned to any political movement or pressure group. The aim is to tell the story of the wall from every side and give visitors the opportunity to discover it for themselves. We offer an especially warm welcome to young Israelis. Absolutely no fanaticism is permitted on the premises.


Britain got its hands on Palestine in 1917 and the piano bar is themed as a colonial outpost from those heady days.

It is equipped with languid ceiling fans, leather bound couches and an air of undeserved authority.

Guests can peruse a collection of Banksy artworks that include vandalised oil paintings and statues choking on tear gas fumes.

Warm scones and freshly brewed tea are served daily on fine bone china and the Walled Off Salad should not be missed.

Would lurve to cook there Jon Hole
#Banksy in action

Sunday, 5 March 2017

"Dessert wines and fortified wines are the pinnacle of sophistication"

"Dessert wines and fortified wines are the pinnacle of sophistication"
Fortification by @Dine in The City indeed
Dessert wine is something that you can learn to revel swim in.

Sargon of Akkad you are Street art ;)

Sargon of Akkad you are Street art ;)

King of disco is back with a bit of the great Gill Scot Heron in there :)

King of disco is back with a bit of the great Gill Scot Heron in there :)
Dave knows disco-
occasionally fuelled by scotch, often lead by a funky bassline, the energy of his live sets is palpable to say the least.

A Veteran behind the decks since the 90's -
his versatility shines through in the mix. chunky funk party disco flips, deep atmospherics soundscapes , loungin' pool vibes or thumpin the club!

Under the Moniker of Ed Wizard & Disco Double Dee- on U #SoundCloud

Live and Direct Sergio Mendes amogst others

Live and Direct Sergio Mendes amogst others