Commented on Willy DeVille - Charles Dumont part 1
you're welcome. i joined a couple days ago. my videos went down but luckily i'm still able to find them on this and your other sites. i love this one. it's also got toots--whom it seems everyone wants to know about. willy was my neighbor in new orleans. i love your video when you met him at the show. talk soon. m.3 weeks agoReplied to a comment on Willy DeVille - Beautiful Losers part 1
Karma's a bitch!: As you may know, our friend Roger Steinbrink recently underwent surgery for Prostate cancer. The great news is the surgery was a success and he is now cancer free! Roger is a very talented and hardworking carpenter - and a very generous, caring and non judgmental human being. Never one to brag or make an issue out of helping others, Roger simply does what needs to be done. Always going above and beyond for friends and clients, always ready and willing to help whenever someone needs a hand and never asking for anything in return, Roger is a true friend to many - the kind of person this world could use more of. Now Roger could use a hand. He is on the mend and feeling better and better every day, but healing takes time. Already unable to work for over a month and still needing at least another month to properly recover, Roger’s bills and expenses are piling up. By now his savings are gone and he has liquidated as many assets as possible. His best friend and housemate has taken on additional work to help keep them afloat, but it is not enough to cover outstanding medical bills and the ongoing usual expenses of life.3 weeks agoReplied to a comment on Elvis Presley June 19 1977@Omaha James Burton Solo
charlie always sounded terrible. luckily jb always sounded great1 month agoCommented on James Burton Guitar Lesson - Lead Guitar Lesson in the style of James Burton - EP161
tone has nothing to do with JB1 month agoCommented on Born to lose - The last Rock N Roll movie. Johnny Thunders Alt Version 1
willie's at 2:501 month agoCommented on Born to lose - The last Rock N Roll movie. Johnny Thunders Alt Version 1
Willie DeVille was my french quarter neighbor and gallery client when Thunders died. he used to hang out on his stoop like in the picture. he had no idea Thunders was staying at the St. Peter House until he was found dead that morning (it turned out to be next door to Willie's quaint Creole cottage). Willie told me that he made up the story of Johnny Thunders dying with a guitar in his hands and a bunch of international bank notes all over the floor for a little frazzle dazzle. JT really died from an overdose from some unsavory characters who sold him a bunch of hot shots. all his life a junky and JT dies from an OD in the Quarter. it was a bad day right in the middle of Jazz Fest. Willie was pissed but he never figured out who was responsible.1 month agoCommented on Born to lose - The last Rock N Roll movie. Johnny Thunders Alt Version 1
it really starts up good at 23:001 month agoCommented on G Zoomer ROUGH CUT 1
i don't know if Zoomer Zoomer sent this to me privately or for me to share, but i like it so much, i'm sharing. now this is a video we should get behind. do what you can to help whatever he needs come true. unbelievable.1 month agoCommented on Elvis Swirled Out Cokebread (RustyJames)
Only Elvis makes me laugh ...Elvis Swirled Out Cokebread (RustyJames) *Saved miraculously for all mankind from the recently removed 'RustyJames' Elvis YouTube channel for all of mankind and extraterrestrials everywhere who like overdubbing fake Elvis dialogue on top of Elvis movies2 months agoCommented on The American Dream
i'm glad you have hired my favorite artist to represent ESA. Now, maybe you can address some of the catastrophic problems at some of your 700 locations. so far, Twitter has ignored this, and as of today Facebook, by someone named "D" has followed their lead. i am looking for a new mattress, not anything that resembles guest relations. i have stayed here for two years. please let me know if you are unable to provide new mattresses to replace old mattresses with holes in them and springs poking out, so that i may forward this request and response to the appropriate person. if this is too much trouble i will begin posting photographs to your favorite hotel booking sites. thanks for your attention. baton rouge citiplace has a 2.9 rating but i'm hoping that someone in corporate or the regional manager has even just a slight bit of pride and has not completely given up on what is being represented online as a slum. please prove everyone wrong and respond to this request.3 months agoReplied to a comment on Bee Gees - You Should Be Dancing (feat. John Travolta) Live 79
because only twenty people had cameras3 months agoCommented on Donald Trump Massage Parlor (Relaxation Plus) Commodore Hotel - 1979
Donald J. Trump has girls from his newly purchased FIRST NY hotel in 1979 fashion massaging customers in the super-classy Relaxation Plus room of the Commodore Hotel. if you watch one video all year make sure it's this one. and ladies, check out the prime beefcake in the 2000 Room whirlpool. Let's order a time machine.3 months agoCommented on DisinfoTV: Joe Coleman's Cosmic Retribution
i hosted joe's only new orleans art show after visiting his apt. in Brooklyn. i almost knifed a shoplifter at the show. he did a drawing for me. the only difference between me and richard metzger is: Joe likes me3 months agoCommented on Jerry Lee Lewis Ruth Buzzi Breathless
FADE as A SET SILVER BAYOU LEFT with ITS WITHDRAWAL tarnish RESISTANT MADNESS. that and the fact that Jerry Lee LOOKS LIKE The Doonesbury and CHILD LOVE Dean Martin.5 months agoReplied to a comment on Barry Hannah Interview and reading, Feb 1986
i'll have to send you some of my rare hannah vids. do you have a presence on FB?5 months agoCommented on Barry Hannah Interview and reading, Feb 1986
i wonder if this is when he was teaching the class i took at MSU? I know i visited this house after. Mostly we met at that cool bar he liked that used to be there in the square. I miss Barry today.5 months agoCommented on Jimmy Fallon Live at Lonnie's Western Room The Doors Roadhouse Blues
I WOULD HAVE COMMITTED SUICIDE5 months agoCommented on Gaijin Unlike Gaijin vol.o1
There are many Gaijins who can do good work out there!!5 months agoCommented on Vagina Monologues: Jerry Lee Lewis and Serge Gainsbourg!
Myra Lewis Williams: I didn't travel on tour often, wonder why?5 months agoReplied to a comment on Sam Phillips @ David Letterman, 1986, drunk
PLEASE! VODKA IS CLEAR5 months agoCommented on Vagina Monologues: Jerry Lee Lewis and Serge Gainsbourg!
*Private footage never aired (for good reason) "If videos wore clothing, this video would wear a pink ruffled tuxedo shirt under a Leopard skin Smoking Jacket!" Almost as excited as the day I found this and posted it on my last FB profile...and YouTube (both of which are gone). Today after doing research and realizing that I was missing its favorite dirty uncle whose only relation to this private x-rated, backstage, pussy-powwow, is the coincidence of being taped from the same sweat lodge...well, I finally found it stored away...and wrote this: Serge Gainsbourg and Jerry Lee Lewis, France, 1987. Mean fucking hair. The Defest jams in my life, courtesy of a Leopardskin Jacket--fucking drunken eyes, sir...fucked up. It's about incest and backstage domestics...and honing the guitar. It has a pink ruffled tuxedo shirt. Serge is rared up. They offer five shots of the hands in a guild of excess and neglect, nor concern with opinions and morals or society. Jerry Lee was glad to see Elvis dead. He could finally rest. The fuck-ups were happy to be together in France--all in good humor and improbable. This video is from a French Fan Club--it has issued clear, and God loves them for its public dissemination and for its potentiality to summit the anti-legendary heroes, never before seen together, never before heard like this (dialogue too real to be concatenated by Tosches, too exuberant to be invented for the annals of popular music). [Late Latin concatnre, concatnt- : com-, com- + catnre, to bind (from Latin catna, chain)] I want to burn in Hell indelibly in the soul of its irreverent lasciviousness. Strong and strange and from their mouths, dare I say it, is its innocence. "Quintessence, nary more picaresque." The relationship of these two architects of the dark side--the side of the rock-roll Lethe--should be played nine hours per day in a museum, somewhere between lunchtime in Paris and supper in Ferriday, where the price of admission is as padded as the upholstered velveteen cushions on which recumbent children and men over forty commingle in Roman deflation. I see you mouthwatering at the thought. Open it with my blessings; connect to its memory; send it to your colleagues with its subtle message impossible to pin down; tattoo its URL to your bicep or above your butt crack; force your wife or girlfriend to recite it from memory; commit crimes against nature in its name: illegal cunnilingus, hummable fellatio (God-fearing citizens will be exalted in schadenfreude); thank God you're a fuck-up, and take as its gift its leopardskin coat. Happiness so small and insignificant never fails a lonely summer night. Serendipity? Fuck him.5 months agoCommented on Jerry Lee Lewis Serge Gainsbourg (Midi doc)
i know i say this a lot, but I THOUGHT THIS WAS LOST FOREVER! yOU are so lucky that i found it again. This is the most ribald, Bacchanalian, unloosed, beautiful and warm meeting of filthy minds (jerry lee had absolutely no idea who Serge was) i've ever witnessed.
One day before someone steals and reposts it, I'll have to include the backstory, etc.
the first time i found this i realized it was the weirdest juxtaposition ever
Commented on Donald Trump Massage Parlor (Relaxation Plus) Commodore Hotel - 1979
Finally, someone got the Donald Trump message5 months agoCommented on Bizarre Story of Jerry Lee Lewis Anything Goes Sack Rac ...
The weirdest Jerry lee lewis video I've ever seen, and I've seen a few! My thanks to killernofiller667 - who either had the persistence and resourcefulness to find and upload this, or was the luckiest Jerry Lee Fan on the Internet for stumbling on it (the way I feel after at first thinking it was just a spam alert, until I saw what didn't look like Jerry Lee, but was definitely his voice--that's when I knew for sure...AND THINGS JUST GET WEIRDER FROM THERE.5 months agoCommented on Jerry Lee Lewis "How Do You Know?"
Myra Lewis Williams ya could say Jerry was a little on the defensive side that day, Phoebe and I were there at the hospital in Memphis and every single day Dr. Fortune told us he was critical and could die at any moment. Doug Meet i remember well the Half-dollar sized hole in his stomach. I think he was at Baptist Memorial. This footage which was used on 20/20 must've been shot soon after (the interviewer was a famous correspondent whose name began with Jack--he died a few years back). I have never seen Jerry so fired up in an interview before. I suppose it could be attributed to a lot of things. I didn't realize that you and Phoebe were there in Nesbit during his convalescence though. Thanks for writing in.5 months agoCommented on Jim Dickinson
omg! i didn't expect to find this! this is my favorite record ever!6 months agoReplied to a comment on JD & The Hoods Jim Dickinson Rumble
who played motorcycle? hi, jim--didn't you play on linda gail lewis's record at Dough's old studio? nice to see you6 months agoCommented on BART BARTON - THE BATTLE OF EARL K LONG !!!
In 1958 or 1959 Ernie Barton recorded ''The Battle Of Earl K. Long'' b/w ''The Man With A Heart Of Gold'' for Honesty Records in Memphis. The record was designed to promote the gubernatorial ambition of Louisiana's Earl K. Long, who was serving his third term as governor, but considered resigning so that he could run a constitutionally prohibited fourth time. ''Ann Higdon was Earl Long's niece''. said Barton, ''and Long was trying to run for governor again. She'd written this poem, ''The Battle Of Earl K. Long''. It didn't really work until I changed it around.6 months agoCommented on St. Patrick's Day grinder girl sparks
i had no idea. i got it off a porn channel a lost time ago6 months agoCommented on "President Grinch" - Boink! in Memphis
i thought that guitar went down in the flood6 months agoCommented on Elvis Presley - "Ode To A Robin"
this is my favorite elvis song which is a poem which is a video of elvis reciting a poem which is a handwritten document of elvis having written this poem which is unbelievable7 months agoCommented on Jerry Lee Lewis - Boogie Woogie Country Man / Swinging Doors / Drinkin' Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee
thanks for using my title. i assume it's on here somewhere. nice mix9 months agoCommented on Alex Chilton - Motel Blues (Official)
i guess the wainwright family or record company is coming down on the orig. version. fuck em, this was alex's fav. song anyway9 months agoCommented on Flying Burrito Brothers - Sin City
i'm just going to say it before anyone else does: this was Stephen Paddocks theme song--and before you say he was on the 32nd floor, don't forget Vegas don't have no 13th floor. I'm sure i'll be contacted by the FBI, but I'll be glad to cooperate as long as they make me a profiler.9 months agoCommented on Jason and the Scorchers - Absolutely Sweet Marie
ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, here it is!9 months agoCommented on Jason & the Scorchers - Absolutely Sweet Marie.
is warner or jason playing throught that little boogie amp9 months agoCommented on Jerry Lee Lewis 82nd Birthday Bash BB Kings NYC 9/29/2017 FULL CONCERT
i guess i did a good thing. i produced LGL's comeback album, 'International Affair' on the Paris label, New Rose Records. She learned piano and sang her heart out. All good thoughts and prayers to JLL, Kenny Lovelace and LGL and her daughters. You can buy the album mentioned above on Ebay.9 months agoCommented on Waylon Jennings and Friends A Tribute to Sue Brewer & The Boar's Nest.
i'm glad you got this off my old channel--cheers10 months agoCommented on Japanese Rose Garden
i still love these two girls covering this shit song after however many years it's been since i loved them the first time10 months agoCommented on Alex Chilton - My Rival
'it has lines everywhere and makes it with ladies'10 months agoCommented on Blood, Sweat & Tears - Live Musikladen 1973
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you are a freak to know that. nice to maet you10 months agoCommented on Frances Cobain Looks Like Teen Spirit
you know, i met them all at a New Orleans concert sometime before they all died. if anybody knows what the last nirvana concert was, please message me10 months agoCommented on Arlene Phillips Hot Gossip-Muscle Bound
this is terrible 'gossip'. thanks, i'd never seen it. it made a good novelty video on FB for my friend.10 months agoCommented on Jerry Lee Lewis & Mickey Gilley - 9 minutes of POP GOES COUNTRY.
reason they called it peck, there wasn't enough to make a bushel11 months agoCommented on Jerry Lee Lewis and Mickey Gilley - I'll Fly Away (1980)
we're gonna modulate up to G and do it!11 months agoReplied to a comment on Jerry Lee Lewis -Whole Lotta Shakin Going On (Live 1964)
where's solange?11 months agoCommented on Barry Hannah in Tuscaloosa
i'm crying so much, i can't write nothing right. we were good friends11 months agoReplied to a comment on Jerry Lee Lewis Drunkest Whole Lotta Shakin'
well, i asked him the same question backstage at the New Orleans House of Blues, and he replied, "Well, Killer, how can you listen to it so much!11 months agoCommented on Hotel Memphis - Timothy Prudhomme "Shirley"
that's my shirt. and you have emphysema1 year agoCommented on Jerry Lee Lewis Drunkest Whole Lotta Shakin'
great video. i especially liked it when i posted it and got a million views1 year agoCommented on Jerry Lee Lewis Drunkest Whole Lotta Shakin'
if you're wondering, jerry had flown all the way to Australia and no one can blame him, he'd taken a few mandrax, but then because of the time difference, etc., he may have had a touch of Seagram's before the show, which sounds completely tame these days compared to some of these long haired, heavy metal kids who take hard drugs, can't perform on stage, and then go back to their hotel room and die.
this is what makes the difference between the poseurs and the Killer.
he can disembark the longest flight there is and play the best version of the greatest song recorded 25 years ago and make it new.
one night i asked him how he could play that song every night, and he answered, 'how can you listen to it'!
long live the killer, the chiller, and my favorite sister, ms. linda gail lewis