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Images from the Past Present and Future from a few photo shoots and hair styling sessions. Thank you to all the beautiful models and makeup artists who helped with production. I did all the Hair and Photography. I love to shoot from the Hip Bardot Retro 60's and 70's and then travel to the present and future, working with natural light. The message is about Peace and Enlightenment!

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Let me take you down because I’am going to... take a page of life and pass it on to you. I have been listening to some great early Beatle music before and after going to see ‘The Out There Tour” by Paul McCartney in San Diego.
I was deeply listening to the early recordings of the Beatles and feeling emotional and inspired. In my early days with my musical soul brothers we were turned on by the Beatles. We all played many hours of music and instruments together, I had a music room in my home in Vegas and played drums and every one would come over and jam together. Many of my mates went on to play music with other groups and play around Las Vegas, soul brother Ray a drummer also still jams up in the Pacific Northwest we are the only ones live from the early days. The two on the inside of the image of four. Now these words are even more emotional and powerful. On Rubber Soul “In My Life” John’s voice is so moving...There places I remember all my life ...though some have changed some forever not for better...some have gone and some remain. All these places had their moments with lovers and friends I still can recall...some are dead and some are my life I’ve loved them all...Wow! Please Check out Revolver again and listen to Rubber Soul released on Dec 3rd 1965 produced by George Martin is regarded by fans and critics alike as one of the greatest Albums in popular music history! It's also full of firsts.
Rubber Soul is the first Beatles album of their "middle period"; the first to fully explore soul, folk-rock, foreign pop, and soon after coming home from India a mystical sound the sitar by George Harrison use on Norwegian Wood was credited as raga rock, the first to exhibit a social conscience; the first to boost the drums; the first to be recorded on four tracks instead of two; the first to dig into the group's personal life, to forego covers, just a collection of recorded tracks, the first to remove the band's name from the cover. "Nowhere Man," not to mention deep cuts that became so ingrained in the public consciousness they may as well have been hit singles: "Drive My Car," "Michelle," "In My Life." But Rubber Soul remains what many consider to be the Fabs' first real classic album because it makes no compromises, revealing the band for the first time to be mature artists and not just a boy-band with fantastic songs. Indeed, over the years, this album's rep has grown so large, many critics now consider it more consistent, track-for-track, than even Sgt. Pepper or Abbey Road. "IN MY LIFE"

There are places I remember

All my life, though some have changed

Some forever not for better

Some have gone and some remain

All these places had their moments

With lovers and friends

I still can recall

Some are dead and some are living

In my life I've loved them all

But of all these friends and lovers

There is no one compares with you

And these memories lose their meaning

When I think of love as something new

Though I know I'll never lose affection

For people and things that went before

I know I'll often stop and think about them

In my life I love you more

Though I know I'll never lose affection

For people and things that went before

I know I'll often stop and think about them

In my life I love you more

In my life I love you more


Songwriters: John Lennon and Paul McCartney





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