I used to keep a monthly newsletter. Then five years passed and I didn’t send an update. I think I’m going to start keeping a newsletter again. You can follow along, if you’d like.
A year ago, we officially opened the Ellijay Makerspace and to celebrate, as we did when we openned the place, we threw a concert. We taped it, and it’s available below.
In 2017, I wrote about this concert Miles Davis played. It is one of my favorite performances from my aboslute favorite lineup of Miles’ career. In that original post I said “there’s an annoying voiceover that was unintentionally included around the 15 minute mark that mars the quality of this otherwise stellar recording, just as the band is really getting in to the zone.” At the time, this was true. It ain’t true anymore. Click through, and listen to this newly restored version.
It’s public domain day in the US. In celebration, I’ll spend the next few weeks post about things that have recently entered the public domain, and about Public Domain Remix projects. To kick things off, here’s a newly scored copy of the once-lost Laruel and Hardy picture “The Battle of the Century” presented by New Ellijay Television.