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#ShortSilver #silversqueeze
[THIS SONG PARODY IS NOT AN ENDORSEMENT TO BUY SILVER, OR TO BE CONSTRUED AS FINANCIAL ADVICE]
I originally wrote this parody in August 2011 when the first attempt to short silver and crash J.P. Morgan occurred, mostly at the behest of financial journalist Max Keiser and his co-host Stacy Herbert. For this timely reissue, I improved the audio fidelity and added some titles.
(From what I've seen in the markets today, Feb. 1, looks like the entire 'buy silver' buzz over the weekend may have been a misdirection ploy which the reddit rebels did not fall for.)

Hope the Rebel Alliance keeps screwing the the hedge funders. Never forget, never forgive, and HOLD THE LINE.

1) Name the bank that screws us all, to the wall,
Ever since the 1890's J. P. Morgan!
Started with George Pea-bo-dy, and Company,
Bought railroads. armed the Nazis for J. P. Morgan!

CHORUS: Never gonna stop, fuckin' up, such controlling minds,
Underwrite securities, that disease humanity,
J, J, J, J, J, FUCK!!!
Fu-Fu-Fuckin' J.P. Morgan!

2) Bush/Obama bailed 'em out, amid the shouts,
The Fed cranked up the money press for J. P. Morgan!
Derivatives and naked shorts, those greedy whores,
Forced the price of silver down for J.P. Morgan!
CHORUS REPEAT
3) How we gonna take 'em down, and rebound,
Our economy for everyone but J. P. Morgan!
People of the earth unite, join our fight,
Buy silver and we can crash J. P. Morgan!
CHORUS REPEAT

Fuck--------------------------- J. P. Morgan!
Fuck-------------------------- J. P. Morgan!
Crash------------------------- J. P. Morgan!

One of my favorite tunes from BEFORE AND AFTER SCIENCE, one of the few tunes I can play with both hands on the keyboard. It felt like a great time to finally get around to covering it since the lyrics have an even stronger poignancy in this time of fake epidemics and mind controlled "pod people" buying into nonsense like BLM and Antifa

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Here's another favorite from the Ventures Spy Music album.

One of my fave original songs from the kings of the Mosrite guitars, and a haunting little sonic universe to take a dip in. The '66 Ventures added fuzz tone and space age sound effects to modernize their sound, and this little gem is a great example of what I consider to be their classic period. Pretty good tune for Halloween, too.

The synth setting for this is "Suo Na," an Asian double reed instrument. Here are the lyrics:

What are you doing the rest of your life?
North and south and east and west of your life?
I have only one request of your life:
That you spend it all with me!

All the seasons and the times of your days,
All the nickels and the dimes of your days,
Let the reasons and the rhymes of your days
All begin and end with me.

I want to see your face in evπry kind of light,
In fields of dawn and forests of the night.
And when you stand before the candles on a cake,
Oh, let me be the one to hear the silent wish you make!

Those tomorrows waiting deep in your eyes,
In the world of love you keep in your eyes,
Iπll awaken whatπs asleep in your eyes
It may take a kiss or two!

Through all of my life,
Summer, winter, spring and fall of my life,
All I ever will recall of my life
Is all of my life with you!

{From now on, I plan on distinguishing between solo type performances like this one, and full band productions by referring to the solo stuff as "apertifs".]

Thanks for hanging out a bit. Buono fortuno, everyone.

This is a deep cut from Iron Butterfly's debut LP HEAVY.

Cinema Diablo was a public access TV show I attempted to do around 2008, composed primarily of film clips edited in a thematic, entertaining manner, but unfortunately, after I submitted the first episode, one of the "overseers" ripped me for copyright infringement.

Looking ahead, I had saved a small library of clips that I had ripped from DVDs rented from Netflix, and never got to use them. In 2017 I found a DVD of these clips on a work disc for Cinema Diablo I had tucked away in the back of a drawer, and decided to resurrect the project now that I had access to home video editing software at home.

I tried uploading these to youtube in the fall of 2017, but they gave me a copyright strike. I figured I would try again with the best of the four episodes I was able to reconstruct with the clips I had saved, and upload it here at bitchute. At the very least, resurrecting Cinema Diablo forced me to learn how to do video and music editing using Audacity and iMovie 11, and proved very helpful in my present work with original music video projects I have been experimenting with since then (see "I Spy" for example).

The opening number for this twenty minute video is Stevie Wonder's recording of "Hi-Heel Sneakers," but after that, all the music performances are my own original work, or collaborative music created with friends. The subsequent songs are an original arrangement of "Theme from Psycho"(B. Herrmann), Revulsion (P. Cowan, G. Hohnholt), my arrangement of "A Shot in the Dark" (H. Mancini), and "Into the Void" (Black Sabbath), a live recording of my old band the Street Karaoke Project, featuring Rich Paddock on bass, and Paul Wolford on drums, with Frank, a guest vocalist.

[This video is being re-uploaded because it hasn't been playing for months, and the bitchute support team is apparently having some difficulty repairing it.]

I discovered and fell in love with this 1966 tune by Gary Lewis & the Playboys while reading Shawn Levy's bio of Jerry Lewis, KING OF COMEDY. After composing an iReal Pro chart for it, I slowly started piecing together the bass piano, guitar, and four vocal parts which took about a better part of a day to record, and then another half a day of editing. I did two vocals with Audacity, and then two live takes with the flip camera; then I built up a composite audio track and went to work on the video editing.

On a personal note, I'm playing my '77 Fender Mustang just back from the shop here, and man, it has never sounded this fierce; really gave this performance a punk/pop vibe. Probably has more to do with the amp, though; thanks to Juca Nery for his guitar tone patch for my Boss Katana Artist amp that I got off of his website.

Want to hear more of my forty years of music, in downloadable format?
Please visit my soundcloud page at https://www.soundcloud.com/BigGreg3000. Leave comments, positive or negative, if you like; I love reading them.

Thanks for your support and interest, and feel free to drop me a line if you wish at [email protected].

Amusing origin story... I recorded a demo version of this song for a gorgeous woman who matched me on Bumble, but she dumped me after that. It was a kind of shitty version, really, because I was only using iReal Pro for the backing (which was quite stiff, lemme tell ya), so I guess I can't fault her.

Here is my attempt to redeem myself with a fully arranged and handsomely recorded production; perhaps Lynette will see it. I sent her a link to another video of mine here, which she saw, so she has the link to all the stuff here.

The Carvin SSH-575 I am playing here was recently repaired by Gerri Vallejo; he did a fantastic job, don't you agree?

Thanks for visiting as always, and please share, subscribe or give me a thumbs up if you enjoyed my work. I hope listening to my music helps you in some way, and I am very grateful for your kindness to spend a few minutes of your day for my music. Buono fortuno.

The Remix: Regular visitors to my channel will be familiar with the synth version I uploaded a while back; I decided to add a guitar to make the video a bit more interesting to watch. The guitar tone was achieved with a two amp set up; a Boss Katana Artist with a Roland Micro Cube, but unfortunately I didn't mic it. The audio from the flip camera was remixed in Audacity first, and then mixed with the synth track.

Originally, I thought I would delete the synth version, and just upload this one, but BLUES IN THE NIGHT is such a classic Harold Arlen tune, you can definitely stand to hear it twice.

Want to hear more of my forty years of music, in downloadable format?
Please visit my soundcloud page at https://www.soundcloud.com/BigGreg3000. Leave comments, positive or negative, if you like; I love reading them.

Thanks for your support and interest, and feel free to drop me a line if you wish at [email protected].

This original tune was originally part of a prospective album of songs called "foreign words and ph(r)ases," of which only four songs were completed (the other three are up on my soundcloud page; see link below, and one of them, "fait accompli" can be found in video form here). The four track recording in from 1987; here I've synced up live video playing guitar, bass, and some percussion.

I've always felt a certain kinship with the Sydney Pithias character that Jerry played in the film DELICATE DELINQUENT, which is similar to the childlike misfits that Lewis specialized in many of his self-directed films like THE BELLBOY, THE ERRAND BOY, and THE PATSY. In a way, I feel like a doppelganger of that character; except in my case, I never got the girl like Jerry usually did.

I especially find it fascinating that Jerry's solo career (and rise as an auteur), apart from Dean Martin, began just as rock and roll was taking off, and that his decline as a "Total Filmmaker" began just as Beatlemania gripped America (it was also at this time that Jerry discarded his "child-man" character which was a comedy goldmine for nearly two decades, since he was now too old to pull it off).

In 1966, Jerry became more closely identified with the Muscular Dystrophy Telethon, which went national for the first time that year, and his self-directed films became more and more embarrassing and failed miserably at the box office. After the failure of THE DAY THE CLOWN CRIED in 1972, Jerry's Percodan addiction, which started in 1965 after an injurious pratfall for a TV special, enveloped him in a big way, and he had to quit the film biz for six years.

Want to hear more of my forty years of music, in downloadable format?
Please visit my soundcloud page at https://www.soundcloud.com/BigGreg3000. Leave comments, positive or negative, if you like; I love reading them.

Thanks for your support and interest, and feel free to drop me a line if you wish at [email protected].

This is my first video here on bitchute utilizing my brand new Boss Katana Artist amplifier, which has garnered many positive reviews for achieving a tube-like sound with a solid state operating system. I'll let you be the judge, of course, but in my 43 years of tone-searching, this is the closest I've ever come to that elusive Marshall stack tone that is so much a part of the rock music that I grew up and rocked out with in the '70s.

One of the bands that was so much a part of my youth was KISS, and when I saw them live in 1976 in Miami, FL, it was a transcendent experience. Most of my fellow concert attendees spent the entire show standing on the seats, sweating, stomping, singing and screaming -- it was awesome!

When I first discovered how good my new amp sounded, and how close I could get to Ace's tone, I decided to re-learn the entire KISS Alive! album, cover to cover, with the aid of online note-for-note tablature. When I first started playing guitar in 1977, I earned a lot of my chops from playing along with that LP, and in my very first band, we covered quite a few KISS numbers, too, so this was a labor of love, really, because naturally I got a lot of stuff wrong trying to figure it out just by ears alone. It took me four days and I had a blast.

This video was shot in my brother's garage, which he converted into a "Man-Cave" which are quite ubiquitous here in TX. On my right is my older brother Carl sporting shades, and on my left, dancing around with the gin bottle, is my younger brother Kurt.

This is one of Herbie's old Blue Note numbers that doesn't get covered much. I decided to give it a go since I'm learning how to use the expression wheel on the synth, and the melody really lends itself to a bluesy interpretation. Plus I like the title since many Americans today are asking this question regarding wearing face masks in light of the COVID-19 scam-demic. Oh well, this lockdown is working out great for me so far; I don't have to work a stupid job and can keep pumping out music videos.

Want to hear more of my forty years of music, in downloadable format?
Please visit my soundcloud page at https://www.soundcloud.com/BigGreg3000. Leave comments, positive or negative, if you like; I love reading them.

Thanks for your support and interest, and feel free to drop me a line if you wish at [email protected].

Rush was never a band I was particularly fond of when I was a young punk rocker type, but now that I'm older, I've let go of a lot of my silly prejudices and decided to give them a listen. Having now spent many hours listening to their discography recently, I had to admit that Rush's sense of musicality and groove is unique and quite intriguing, as well as challenging to play properly.

So here is my first attempt to tackle one of their numbers. ANTHEM was first recorded for Rush's second LP FLY BY NIGHT, which was also the debut album for drummer Neil Peart, who had a major influence on the band's direction. I dedicate this video to my friend and bassist Rich Paddock, who got me to learn "Freewill" when I was in a band with him, and who cites Geddy Lee as a major influence.

Want to hear more of my forty years of music, in downloadable format?
Please visit my soundcloud page at https://www.soundcloud.com/BigGreg3000. Leave comments, positive or negative, if you like; I love reading them.

Thanks for your support and interest, and feel free to drop me a line if you wish at [email protected].

The Kinks' masterpiece (or one of them) album, THE VILLAGE GREEN PRESERVATION SOCIETY, has been one of my favorites for nearly forth years, so it was a labor of love to cover this tune and to do the video. I hope it brings those of you out there having a tough time dealing with this so-called "pandemic" a little bit of wisdom in how to adapt.

Personally, I've been enjoying myself immensely since I don't have to work my stupid job as much, I have much more time to work out more labor intensive projects like this one. I'm going to attempt to really keep the videos flowing now, so if you hesitated subscribing, now's the time.

Want to hear more of my forty years of music, in downloadable format?
Please visit my soundcloud page at https://www.soundcloud.com/BigGreg3000. Leave comments, positive or negative, if you like; I love reading them.

Thanks for your support and interest, and feel free to drop me a line if you wish at [email protected].

An after hours kind of tune; I was feelin' the blues from not getting any feminine attention lately (like in the last six years or so -- ha). Plus this is kind of a shout out to my older bro Larry who had a birthday recently; he really digs the blues.

Thanks to Bugs Bunny and his buzzard nemesis for introducing this tune to me when I was a boy.

Recently an old buddy and former bandmate Robin Toye uploaded a 5/4 percussion jam (https://tinyurl.com/s9elk5d), and he confessed to his audience that he had the Mission Impossible Theme running through his head as he was playing. Since I had made a video of this very tune last July, I thought it was musical destiny for us to jam together once again after so many years, if only virtually.

Robin's track is at 171 BPM, and mine was at 190, so I had to speed his audio up a bit to get it to match the video. I remixed a little cadenza for him at the end to emulate the original on the soundtrack recording.

I've always loved this song, Jimmy Webb was really on a roll in the late '60s. As a matter of fact, the very first 45 RPM single I every purchased with my own money was "Up, Up, and Away" by the Fifth Dimension.

Hopefully Glen Campbell fans won't be too upset with me for sabotaging his video with my middling vocal interpretation. All in good fun, folks, enjoy the ride.

The backing track is a hybrid mix of a guitar backing track with orchestration (mostly left channel), and an iReal Pro chart I worked the changes out for (mostly right channel). The video footage of Glen Campbell was acquired from here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qoymGCDYzU

Want more of my original music in downloadable format? Visit my soundcloud page at https://www.soundcloud.com/BigGreg3000.

Thank you for listening and may inner peace be yours all-ways.

This is a new ongoing video feature I am calling Musical Mischief; the idea is to blindly choose a tune from one of my many fat fake books, and to see what I can come up with utilizing as many musical toys I have laying around here, but primarily IReal Pro.

I multi-tracked several iReal Pro instruments for this arrangement; namely, jazz guitar, strings, nylon string guitar, and a piano trio, all within a Latin cha-cha rhythm context. This app continues to amaze me the more I play with it; quite a bit of potential which I hope to explore within the context of my ongoing Musical Mischief project.

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A Brian May styled multiple guitar arrangement was what I was after; you can be the judge if I was successful. I've always wanted to punk this song up a bit since it is 95% major chords, and has a kind of militaristic drive to it.

I composed the iReal chart, then used two different styles melded together for a hybrid backing. Then I added a distorted rhythm guitar and three melody guitars on top of that.

Want to hear more, in downloadable format? Visit my soundcloud page at https://www.soundcloud.com/BigGreg3000.

My goal here was to write something danceable, and the form ended coming out a bit strange, with seventeen bars for the A section and eleven for the B section. To my ears, this gave it a spiral sounding quality, hence the title.

Thanks for watching, and if you enjoyed this video, please like, share, or subscribe. Be seeing you!

A fairly simple tune, with "Mystery Date," I decided to challenge myself and see if I could write an instrumental with an A section that only had two chords. The B section provides the tonal and rhythmic contrast, with the HR-16 sounding a bit like Animal from the Muppets Show.

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Thank you for listening and may inner peace be yours all-ways.
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My mom really liked this waltz from 1968; it was a troubled time in our country's history, and perhaps it had a calming effect for her through all the assassinations, race riots, Vietnam War, and craziness going on at the time.

Maybe she dug Englebert, too; anyway, I always remembered it because of the strange foreign language title, and because I heard that record quite a bit.

Something told me this weekend that my mom requested I cover this one, and due to syncing challenges, it was one of the more complicated recording projects I've ever done. But I learned a lot, too, so hey, it's all good. (Plus, you don't have to look at me or my bedroom again, so novelty is always an asset.)

If you would like to download the iReal Player chart for this tune, go here: https://www.irealb.com/forums/showthread.php?22782-Les-Bicyclettes-De-Belsize-Barry-Mason-Leslie-Reed&p=57022#post57022

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This is a soundtrack tune that I've always wanted to cover, but did not have the tech knowledge to create a suitable backing track for. iReal Pro to the rescue once again. I love soaring melodies like this which really adapt well to slide guitar arranging.

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This is an instrumental number from "The King and I" which I happened to come across in one of my fake books in 1988, and decided to mess around with. It was a transitional time for me because punk was sort of dead and I was searching around and about different genres of music for ideas to play with. It was fun to let my imagination wander off to far off lands and try to recreate the feel of an Eastern vibe with my new drum machine.

The video was originally created in rough form with two DVD players in 2008, and for this upload I improved the audio and tightened up the editing on the visuals with iMovie 11.

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Want to hear more, in downloadable format? Visit my soundcloud page at https://www.soundcloud.com/BigGreg3000.

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NOTE: I am no longer posting new material up here due to continuing problems with playback and lack of prompt assistance from Bit Chute. Any new content will be going up on my Rumble page Loser's Lounge Productions:
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Former heavy rock lover, punk rocker, and KISS fanatic in my youth, wrote a lot of original material and put out a six song punk rock vinyl EP in 1987, then went to finish my college education in the early '90s (waste of money and time).

After graduating and settling back into the life of a wage slave, I decided to learn VHS video production (Thurston County TV) and worked on several projects. I started the Street Karaoke Project in the late 90s, which ended up being a money maker. In 1998, I started getting into jazz, and by a fortuitous series of circumstances, eventually eventually end up jamming and recording with trumpeter Marcus Doubleday of Electric Flag fame (some recordings of our jams are on my soundcloud page).

Then 9/11 happened and although I did put out one CD locally in Olympia, WA in 2003, mostly I just became a history-less ghost of a man wandering about in an ongoing existential funk. I became a custodian at the college I had graduated with honors from in 2006.

In the fall of 2016, after relocating to TX in 2013, I started messing around with video editing again, as as digital audio recording, and eventually, after a year of struggle, learned enough rudimentary skills to start producing the content you see on this page.

Now I am past the age of 60 and trying to get as much material up as I can before this meat suit of mine calls it quits.

Feel free to contact me about any of my content: (360) 339-5770
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