If you saw Robert Plant at Red Rocks with KBCO over the Summer, this might bring back some memories. Here's an 8 minute FREE version of "Black Dog" with an African Twist.
(Above) Recently found Audio of U2 working on a song in the Studio.
Bono says the new CD may have a bit of Punk and Alternative feel...and it all goes back to the beginning."At the start of making this album we listened to the music that made us want to form a band in the first place," he told the Sunday Independent."We visited everything from punk rock, The Ramones, Talking Heads, right through to electronic stuff, so it's all the stuff that made us want to be in a band. READ MORE
No doubt this is one of the best days of the year to be a Parent! I just got back from my kids Elementary School Parade and every year you think your kids have some of the best costumes, until you get to those Parades. There were some kids that must have spent hours on the their outfits with Mom and hired professional make-up artists:) -Frank
Some people can’t stand to skip their exercise routines - even if their sick. So is it safe? That depends, I was asking myself this question a couple weeks ago when I caught a cold my kids had. According to Dr. David C. Nieman, director of the Human Performance Lab at Appalachian State University, exercise can boost immunity. When active people get sick with a cold, their symptoms are less severe. Exercises like walking while they're sick can cut their sick times by as much as half. However, if you’ve got something worse, skip the exercise. Dr. Nieman says it could make the illness more severe and prolonged.
• Rest if it's below the neck. If you have symptoms from the neck up — a stuffy nose or sore throat — it's probably just a rhinovirus, which causes the common cold. But when you start to feel achy, or develop a fever, swollen glands, or chest congestion, it's time to lay off the exercise completely.
• Slow down. You should still take it easy, even if you're just suffering from a runny nose. Pushing it too hard can make matters worse.
• Get back up to speed gradually. The flu can keep you out of the exercise loop for a week or more, so don't hit the ground running as soon as you feel better. After a symptom-free week of moderate exercise, start easing back into your routine until you're back to where you were before you got sick.
Stay Healthy:) -Frank
Source: http://danielplan.com/blogs/dp/should-you-exercise-when-youre-sick/ Photo-wikimediacommons.org