since Led Zep is in trouble for ripping off jams, here is a song about ripping off Led Zep jams. From the upcoming album, Vegetable. I hope you like. -Kevin
From The Austin Chronicle:
A warp opened up on the Internet earlier this week, a portal to an exotic yet familiar time and place – Austin, 20 years ago. The video, uploaded by Austin attorney Pete Reid, is a car ride down the streets of Austin in June 1996, narrated by Reid and another then-fellow Scottish UT student referred to as “Young Brian.”
Beginning on the Drag and crossing over the First Street Bridge before cutting off, the trip has the duo narrating their time at such legendary haunts as the Hole in the Wall (where he allegedly met Michael Stipe), Liberty Lunch (where he saw Blur, Garbage, and Terence Trent D’Arby), and Tower Records (where a new Metallica record had just arrived). Those longing for the Austin of yore will undoubtedly enjoy this view of a city with a skyline that’s more sky than line and with a distinct lack of bumper-to-bumper traffic on a Sunday afternoon.
Over the years, we’ve had this video on VHS and on digital cassette. Now everyone can enjoy this fantastic one-hour slice of classic 90s-era Soulhat: Goldmine by Stephen Barron/ Mother Earth Productions. This one is worth your time. Check it out. Thanks to @roio420 for posting it.
So, it’s sunny and hot here in Austin. And it ain’t even Valentine’s Day. They some cold weather’s headed our way, but don’t fret ’cause there’s also a great new tune here from Kevin McKinney, Paul Mercurio & Ed Jarusinsky to brighten your day (a special shoutout to our snowed-in east coast friends). Click the headline if you can’t see the track.