Sunday, 23 July 2017
Highlights

The Greatest......

by iKim Fahey

I had the luck to cross paths with Mohammed Ali - twice. The first time was on a phone repair call to his estate in Hancock Park off Wilshire Blvd. In the old days your repair ticket usually had DBA on the top, (Doing Business As). This was to protect the residence’s privacy. Lots of phonemen sold info. to National Enquirer's and their ilk for easy side money, or, to the tour guide operators.

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A Christmas Story.....

by iKim Fahey

It’s cold. But not too bad. Bill Burtis, my new step father, decides to go up in the mountains and get our own tree. It’s 1958. I’m seven years old.

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Iwo Jima - The Beginning of The Brian Faith Band

Brian Faith Rockumentary

by Joel Anderson

Dec. 2011, Issue 42: The Brian Faith Band (BFB) is off to a head start on what promises to be a very busy musical year, having just announced a full feature length Film, The Band: A Rockumentary.

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Liar, Liar - "Nobody has to know the truth.”

Liar, Liar - Getting Lucky

by Roslyn Hammer

My father had the ability to believe any lie he told. Once it was out of his mouth, it became his truth. He had it all figured out. Life was taking advantage of him. He was going to beat the system.
“When you fall down - stay down! Nobody knows if your back is really hurt. They can’t see a damn thing in x-rays! Even if you break your leg - go for the back. The back is where the money is!"

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Unbelievable Bike Club

Santa Paula Parade Spirit - Unbelievable !

Photos and Words, by Joel Anderson

Sept. 2008 #6: The Unbelievable Bike Club got it's start when passers-by would stop and stare at Hector Alamillo's custom made "unbelievable" bike in his store window. "Wow they would say I've never seen anything like that. It's unbelievable!" Anthony Alamillo, Hector's son, had come home one day and said "Dad you ought to get into selling bicycles" and so the idea for a business building and selling bicycles was born into the Alamillo family.

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Lomax: at The Abbey Roads Rooftop Concert

Jackie Lomax and The Beatles Rooftop Concert, 40 Years Later

by Joel Anderson

Mar. 2009: Jackie Lomax was Apples first signed artist, close friend and associate of The Beatles and part of the British Invasion as singer/bassist for The Undertakers. The world has never seen a phenomena like the popularity of The Beatles and Jackie was on the inside of the British Invasion when groups like - The Kinks, the Who, the Small Faces, The Rolling Stones, the Yardbirds, and Gerry and the Pacemakers were just coming out of the UK. This year Cavern tours is hosting Beatles Week revisiting the 40th anniversary of the Beatles famous “good-bye” concert on the Rooftop of Apple Records in London. Jackie Lomax will be a guest host and musician for the tour and will be leaving for Great Britain in August. Recording, playing, composing Jackie is a living Rock n’ Roll legend. He’s Liverpool Slim.

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