Half way through Damnation & this series is possibly the best thing since sliced bread. Highly recommend watching 🤠🌵
It's disappointing that it's 2018 and instagram hasn't figured out how to program better compressors that don't completely alter uploaded audio 🙄 Either way, I'll always appreciate the fact that I mix all my own music. Never been into creating instrumentals but I'll take a beat and make it sound like it was made for me. Im extremely hard on myself and I've NEVER been more proud of a project! Took almost 8 years to be happy with every single track on a collection. The versatility I posses to be able to appeal to both black and not black cultures, old and young.. Christian/Religious and secular. The feedback I've been gettin on the streets of central FL is surreal and I appreciate each of you and your generous donations. This tape has AT LEAST 1 song for everybody. Enjoy the revised artwork for #TheGreatDepression
created by @official.kayomrsayso
and I along with some audio snippets 👀 SWIPE 👉 #Numerika
I just want my wife.. and the missing lense to these frames 😪... oh yea, and for @routenote_official
to stop trying me like a soundcloud rapper before I start making threats 🤕... 🔜 #TheGreatDepression
It’s Friday, right? One thing Flock never lies about is having the youth. The ones coming up could see his grind, glow, and worth. Free the man that has inspired many and who will inspire many more. #freeflockfriday #thegreatdepression #juuheard
some new things of older things - here’s the posters we did for @the_mavericks
way back when, expertly printed by the crew at @garage_land.
we’ve finally got some copies of these up in the store, go snag one if you’re feelin’ it~
I was on a magical but heart wrenching circus journey last week and I loved it. I feel like I owe this book a massive apology. It's been sat on my shelf for I don't even know how long patiently waiting for me to pick it up. And guess what? It turned out to be a bloody 5🌟read! Oh the shame of it 🙊 *
Based in America during the Great Depression, we meet Jacob who ends up being part of a circus after his parents die and he has nowhere to go to. His life in the circus was utterly mesmerising yet tragic. In present day, Jacob is in an old people's home, and is battling with what appears to be dementia and the effects of getting old. *
Dare I say this book has "East of Eden" vibes? I can't actually put my finger on it. Maybe it's the various themes the book explores? Or the time in which it's set? I don't know. What I do know is I bloody well loved it and will be singing about this one for a while yet. I gobbled up the last quarter so quickly. To all those who messaged me when they saw my stories and knew I was reading this book, you have excellent taste. And you were right. This book is bloody brilliant.
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Max Allan Collins, the author of the Perdition graphic novel praised the addition of Jude Law's character, and the film's version of Rooney as a father figure to Sullivan (Tom Hanks)●In the graphic novel, Sullivan Jr. (Tyler Hoechlin) kills once. In the film he does not kill anyone. In the novel, he narrates the story as an adult, becoming a priest. In the film, he narrates while he's still a young boy●Tom Hanks and Conrad Hall requested that the violence in the film be meaningful acts, rather than gratuitous carnage. Hanks' character is known as "The Angel of Death" in the novel and invokes fear in those around him. His infamy is downplayed in the film●Paul Newman was unanimously the producers' first choice for the part of John Rooney. Although he narrated some material, appeared in a cable miniseries, a television film, and did voice work on the film (Cars), Road To Perdition was technically Paul Newman's last feature film on the big screen●The piano piece that Newman and Hanks play at the opening funeral was performed by the two actors after much practice. Newman emulated Irish writer Frank McCourt's accent for the film●Director, Sam Mendes makes a cameo as one of John Rooney's bodyguards in the rainy shootout towards the end of the film●Jude Law sported a lower gumline, rotting teeth, and was given an extra thin hairline for his role as Harlen Maguire. He hired a magician to learn how to lace a coin through his fingers which his character does constantly in the film. Law hated his appearance for the film so much that he wore a cap every time he wasn't on camera
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Stiles O Clements designed Zig-Zag Moderne frieze on The Deco Building in The Miracle Mile section of Los Angeles. (1929) The Building used to be the Security First National Bank of Los Angeles. Now it sits empty and unused.