Thursday, September 29, 2011

Caffeinated Meanderings - Volume 1: Season of the Witch


So I am playing with a new periodic addition to the blog...a periodic video called "Caffeinated Meanderings.  This episode I chat a bit about my trip to Portugal (Part One) and then in Part Two I give a little preview to the latest soundtrack for my favorite TV show...True Blood!  Woo Hoo!

Part 1:
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Part 2:

See you next time.

8 comments:

Sue said...

Hey Michael, nice memories of Portugal! Just so you know.....can't watch part 2 here in UK, it says it's blocked cos of copyright issues....probably the TRue Blood thing cos it's not out here yet!! :(

Anne Huskey-Lockard said...

Great feature Michael!
We get our fix of your humor and cool music too (love Nick Cave...well, he's an acquired tasted...LOL!)
Looking forward to the next episode!

Happy Caffeinations!

Anne

Anonymous said...

I'm trying to find (in my home library) my set of spy novels set in Lisbon. So far, can't find them. Love your taste in music, Michael. You turn us on to esoteric quality stuff. Also, TRUE BLOOD was recommended to me a year ago, and I've avoided it, due to my lack of faith in his taste. But because of your recommendation (plus his), I'll check the series out. -Reinaldo Garcia

Anonymous said...

Robert C. Wilson: A SMALL DEATH IN LISBON, for starters.

See article: http://www.hackwriters.com/RobertWilson.htm

-Reinaldo Garcia

Jill Blevins said...

What Anne said,we get our Michael fix! eggggcellent. I heard lots about Portugal from Palma Rea. Sounds wonderful.

It's fun to get to know a little more about you this way. Thanks!

donnaj said...

Well who doesn't love a little "True Blood"~the eye candy doesn't hurt either-and i always love the music they come up with-enjoyed the videos,

Roberta said...

Hey Michael! Look at my thumb! :-)

Just wanted to say hello, and thank you for yet another GREAT class (yes, I AM a veteran, but still learning!) here in the CA Bay Area. Always fun to see you, and was so happy to meet your beloved...she is a beauty!

And I am not sure if I have told you this before...though I speak your praises often to others...but I did want to say "thank you" for sharing your passion for assemblage in classes...I was a scared art newbie in 2007...but your classes really opened me up to a whole new way of seeing and thinking, and a whole new direction for my art. So, for that, I will always be grateful!

Loved the caffein loaded video...now I want to go to Portugal!

Debs said...

Yo Michael,
Come to Fado! Fado, Fado!!
Not forgetting the most fabulous pastries!

I got the same message as Sue for part 2, we will have to amuse ourselves whilst we wait for it! :-)