Good source for free historical footage. www.loc.gov/film-and-videos
David McCullough’s The Johnstown Flood. Well-written story of one of America’s worst, most peculiar disasters. It’s like a Godzilla movie, if the monster was an earthen dam.
Not generally into metal, but this is not bad. Couldn’t find lyrics – apparently no one else can either. The rhythms and change-ups remind me more of Japanese postrock/mathrock than most metal I’ve heard though; it’s an interesting sound.
From David Live, recorded 8 July 1974-12 July 1974 at Tower Theater, Upper Darby, PA.
This conversation’s a little stilted, but it makes a great case for decreasing incarceration of non-violent criminals. America has the highest percentage of its population in jail of any country in the world, and ex-convicts are basically unemployable and often revert to crime to make a living.
Gomez – Tijuana Lady
Gomez – Get Miles