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When we are weary we must remember to relax and enjoy some of the good things in life like love and romance or stimulating venues with those special persons. Many Cafes play music and serve aperitifs. We shall devote this channel to those pursuits so that you can find diversions to the news of the world and celebrate the arts and scenes of far off places.



A taste of the temporal while pondering the eternal
 
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  • Gentle On My Mind , Glen Campbell
    by Conspiracy Cafe on August 9, 2017 at 3:19 PM
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    Glen Travis Campbell (April 22, 1936 - August 8, 2017) was an American singer, songwriter, musician, television host, and actor. He is best known for a series of hits in the 1960s and 1970s, and for hosting a music and comedy variety show called The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour on CBS television, from January 1969 through June 1972.

    During his 50 years in show business, Campbell released more than 70 albums. He sold 45 million records and accumulated 12 RIAA gold albums, four platinum albums, and one double-platinum album. He placed a total of 80 different songs on either the Billboard Country Chart, Billboard Hot 100, or Adult Contemporary Chart, of which 29 made the top 10 and of which nine reached number one on at least one of those charts. Campbell's hits include his recordings of John Hartford's "Gentle on My Mind"; Jimmy Webb's "By the Time I Get to Phoenix", "Wichita Lineman", and "Galveston"; Larry Weiss's "Rhinestone Cowboy"; and Allen Toussaint's "Southern Nights".

    Campbell made history in 1967 by winning four Grammys in the country and pop categories. For "Gentle on My Mind", he received two awards in country and western, "By the Time I Get to Phoenix" did the same in pop. Three of his early hits later won Grammy Hall of Fame Awards (2000, 2004, 2008), while Campbell himself won the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 2012. He owns trophies for Male Vocalist of the Year from both the Country Music Association (CMA) and the Academy of Country Music (ACM), and took the CMA's top award as 1968 Entertainer of the Year. Campbell appeared as a supporting role in the film True Grit (1969), which earned him a Golden Globe nomination for Most Promising Newcomer. Campbell also sang the title song, which was nominated for an Academy Award.

    Glen Travis Campbell was born in Billstown, a tiny community near Delight in Pike County, Arkansas, to John Wesley (a sharecropper of Scottish ancestry) and Carrie Dell (Stone) Campbell. He was the seventh son of 12 children.


    He started playing guitar at age four after his uncle Boo gave him a Sears-bought five-dollar guitar as a gift, with his uncle teaching him the basics of how to play. He continued playing guitar in his youth, with no formal training, and practiced when he wasn't working in the cotton fields. He considered Django Reinhardt among his most admired guitarists, whom he called "the most awesome player I ever heard."

    In 1954, Campbell moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico, to join his uncle's band, known as Dick Bills and the Sandia Mountain Boys. He also appeared there on his uncle's radio show and on K Circle B Time, the local children's program on KOB television. In 1958, Campbell formed his own band, the Western Wranglers.

    Continued at link above:


    Glen Campbell - By The Time I Get To Phoenix

    Glen Campbell - Wichita Lineman

    Glen Campbell - Galveston


  • 'NSA Slow Jam': Not-so-cool NSA agent co...
    by Conspiracy Cafe on July 26, 2017 at 11:28 AM
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    Brilliant satirical hip-hop adaptation to a current issue which is biting at the conscious of America, and a thorn in the side of the rest of the world.

    In these troubled times, this is what more music videos should shooting towards…

    Tap It: The NSA Slow Jam (featuring Goremy)

    Government surveillance never sounded so smooth.

    Song written and performed by Remy. Video produced by Meredith Bragg…

  • Canadian Railroad Trilogy Gordon Lightfo...
    by Conspiracy Cafe on July 1, 2017 at 9:12 AM
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    The "Canadian Railroad Trilogy" is a song written, composed, and performed by Canadian singer-songwriter Gordon Lightfoot that describes the building of the trans-Canada Canadian Pacific Railway in the early 1880s.

    This song was commissioned from Lightfoot by the CBC for a special broadcast on January 1, 1967, to start Canada's Centennial year. It took him three days to write the work. It appeared on Lightfoot's The Way I Feel album later in the same year along with the song "Crossroads," a shorter song of similar theme. The structure of the song, with a slow tempo section in the middle and faster paced sections at the beginning and end, was patterned more or less opposite to Gibson's and Camp's "Civil War Trilogy," famously recorded by The Limeliters on the 1963 live album Our Men In San Francisco. In the first section, the song picks up speed like a locomotive building up a head of steam.


    While Lightfoot's song echoes the optimism of the railroad age, it also chronicles the cost in sweat and blood of building "an iron road runnin' from the sea to the sea." The slow middle section of the song is especially poignant, vividly describing the efforts and sorrows of the nameless and forgotten "navvies," whose manual labour actually built the railway.

    Session personnel for the 1967 recording were: Gordon Lightfoot (12-string), Red Shea (Lead acoustic guitar), John Stockfish (Fender Bass), and Charlie McCoy (Harmonica).

    Lightfoot re-recorded the track on his 1975 compilation album, Gord's Gold, with full orchestration (arranged by Lee Holdridge). A live version also appears on two of his live albums, first on his 1969 album Sunday Concert and again on the 2012 release All Live, which consists of songs recorded during the live concerts Lightfoot gave at Toronto's Massey Hall between 1998 and 2001.


    According to Lightfoot, Pierre Berton said to him, "You know, Gord, you said as much in that song as I said in my book." Berton was referring to his two bestselling books about the building of the railway across Canada, The National Dream and The Last Spike.

    In 2001, Gordon Lightfoot's "Canadian Railroad Trilogy" was honoured as one of the Canadian MasterWorks by the Audio-Visual Preservation Trust of Canada.


    The song has been covered by John Mellencamp and George Hamilton IV, among others. James Keelaghan performed the song on the Lightfoot tribute album, Beautiful. In the summer of 2004, the song was performed by that year's Canadian Idol Top 6.

    Canada celebrates it's 150th anniversary today. It was almost a period of lamentation for me because this is no longer the country I was born in. Political correctness and deeply rooted traitors embedded in government are striving to reinvent the brand to suit their sordid ends.

    The red ensign I was born under

    Primarily they feign loyalty while secretly they sell us out to a one world government enslavement. They have debased our Christian heritage and denegrated the true concepts of freedom.


    I've always told my son he'll never know the freedoms I had as a youth. Today the government micromanages as many facets of your life as it can. When I look back at the men and women who truly built this country tears well up in my eyes for they are Canada not the dandies who feign allegiance while they loot the assets, subvert the sovereignty, and insult the people of this fair land.


    In true fashion the Roman concept of bread and circuses will denegrate the day as we line up for the age old practice. I'll shun the circus because I know what it truly represents. I will honor the Canadians who toiled before me raising generations and building the land from sea to shining sea. God bless them. They are what should be celebrated. 

    We were founded on a politically incorrect trade.

    Survival determined that we all had to work together without a nanny government legislating it. 

    Before O Canada our anthem was The Maple Leaf Forever. My grandfather worked for the railroad laying track. He fought for this country in WW2. My grandmothers reared the next generation. My other grandfather taught me the skills I use today to take on the forces of darkness that are the enemies of the people. In that task we strive TO VICTORY!


    On this site we have a series called Canada: A Peoples History. Search it out. I can watch it over and over again. It was quite the story. 



  • Barbra Streisand - Memory
    by Conspiracy Cafe on June 17, 2017 at 5:35 PM
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    Scientists Working On An Enzyme Capable Of Deleting Bad Memories


    JUNE 11, 2017

    By Paul A. Philips

    Scientists have discovered an enzyme in the brain involved in memory formation, particularly with long-term memories. Are there any bad memories you want to get rid of? The scientists believe that those with PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) or other memory-related afflictions can be treated by targeting an enzyme to delete bad memories.

    At face value this may sound fine and well, but those frequenting the alternative media may be experiencing a red light warning right now: Could this form of memory hijacking be used for a number of dark ulterior motives? (More on this later.)

    After a learnt experience, the enzyme, named ACSS2 (acetyl-CoA synthetase 2), plays a part in maintaining or forming old/new memories through its involvement with switching on memory genes located at the brain cell’s nucleus. Consequently, the switched on memory genes controls the restructuring of the synapse, a place where one brain cell meets another. Proteins are then made at the restructured synapse for forming memories….

    Scientists found by experiment that reduced levels of the ACSS2 enzyme in mice lowered memory gene expression. As a result, these mice manipulated with the low levels of this enzyme could not form long-term memories: In an experiment, mice with lower enzyme levels displayed disinterest in a ball, unlike the previous day when they had normal levels and showed interest. The control mice always with normal levels showed interest in the ball throughout the experiment.

    In light of this research, scientists are looking at preventing memory formation with humans by the blocking ACSS2 enzyme levels in the brain. This will prevent the preservation and formation of bad memories in people suffering with PTSD, depression and anxiety.

    Mind control

    As mentioned earlier, it may sound fine and well, but could also have dark and sinister implications:

    Could this become one of the many mind control technologies used covertly by sinister governmental agencies such the CIA? (Maybe it’s already being used to erase memories of black ops atrocities…;)

    It could be used as a weapon on our consciousness and free will. For example, let’s say you’re an investigative journalist having anti-New World Order objections. In an investigation, you could uncover major damming evidence indicating vaccine damage cover-up… However, you could have your memories on this deleted, leaving you unable to report your findings, which indeed, allows the perpetrators you would have exposed to get away with it.

    Sure, there are countless possibilities where, for convenience, your memories relating to anti-NWO objection could be deleted.

    Flaws 

    Some might say that the enzyme treatment is superfluous because there are a number of successful therapies used for PTSD, depression and anxiety. This includes cognitive behaviour related psychotherapy and healing touch treatment using guided imagery…

    Bad memory deletion could be a mistake. Remember the old adage: If you don’t learn from history (in this case don’t remember) then you could be destined to repeat the same mistakes. For example, you could invite a deadly enemy in for tea, having had your bad memories related to this individual deleted!

    The enzyme treatment is based on the assumption that all memories are in the brain. According to Rupert Sheldrake, as part of science’s unwillingness to address consciousness, this is a major false assumption.

    Finally

    Maybe if many of those soldiers suffering from PTSD had found out that the wars were fake and had been secretly manufactured by the ruling elite for power, profit and political gain, then they would not have bad memories . . . because they would have refused to fight in those wars.


  • Marionetten - Xavier Naidoo
    by Conspiracy Cafe on May 31, 2017 at 10:15 AM
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    Xavier Naidoos "Marionetten"-Song

    "Das mag missverständlich gewesen sein"

    Xavier Naidoo äußert sich nun erstmals zu seinem kontroversen Song "Marionetten". Es handele sich um eine "zugespitzte Zustandsbeschreibung", sagt der Sänger nach einem Krisentreffen mit dem Mannheimer Oberbürgermeister.

    Xavier Naidoos "Marionette" song

    "That may have been misleading"

    Xavier Naidoo is now expressing his controversial song "Marionetten" for the first time. It is a "pointed state description," says the singer after a crisis meeting with the Lord Mayor of Mannheim.

    A little protest song from The Fatherland. It's not like the old love song I'm your puppet. It's a voice to say we're not the government's puppets. 


  • When You Come Back To Me Again - (Freque...
    by Conspiracy Cafe on May 16, 2017 at 9:02 PM
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    Frequency is a 2000 American science fiction thriller drama film. It was co-produced and directed by Gregory Hoblit and written and co-produced by Toby Emmerich. The film stars Dennis Quaid and Jim Caviezel as father and son, Frank and John Sullivan respectively. It was filmed in Toronto and New York City. The film gained mostly favorable reviews following its release via DVD format on October 31, 2000.


    Troyal Garth Brooks (born February 7, 1962) is an American country singer and songwriter. His integration of rock and roll elements into the country genre has earned him immense popularity in the United States. Brooks has had great success in the country single and album charts, with multi-platinum recordings and record-breaking live performances, while also crossing over into the mainstream pop arena.

    I can't believe I haven't posted this movie. It was GREAT! We travel through time and space and solve murders. It was brilliant. 

  • DANGEROUS U2 - Who's Gonna Ride Your Wil...
    by Conspiracy Cafe on May 9, 2017 at 9:43 PM
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    It appears the military industrial complex has labeled us DANGEROUS! I've noticed this on sites that press to close to the truth before. Now we're one of them. We rocked the boat pretty hard on ZOOMER AM740 last Sunday. We take no prisoners at the Cafe. We go for the throat. Listen to the lyrics closely. Who's gonna ride your wild horses? Who's going to take the place of me? Very few if any to be sure. Views were going up substantially. Then they took a dive. WHY? The truth is DANGEROUS to the shadow government deep state. I was threatened with death Sunday morning before The Conspiracy Show. Remember what it costs to maintain our freedom. It doesn't come cheap. There were other incidents too that I don't discuss. On a previous recording there was a terrible fire in my community. It was like a war zone. Keep us in your prayers. We need it. We're DANGEROUS cause we're honest. That's what it means to be a Christian.

    It doesn't happen on Explorer. It's a Chrome thing. I'll try Mozilla later.


    "Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses" is the fifth track on U2's 1991 album, Achtung Baby. It was released as the album's fifth and final single in 1992.

  • LETTER TO EMMANUEL MACRON
    by Conspiracy Cafe on May 7, 2017 at 9:32 AM
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    Le Pen is mightier than the sword especially in heels.


    "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'" is a hit song written by Lee Hazlewood and recorded by Nancy Sinatra. It was released on February 22, 1966,[citation needed] and hit No. 1 in the United States Billboard Hot 100 and in the UK Singles Chart.

    Subsequently, many cover versions of the song have been released in a range of styles: metal, pop, rock, punk rock, country, dance, and industrial. Loretta Lynn, Jessica Simpson, Kon Kan, Geri Halliwell, The Residents, Megadeth, Cold Snap, Jewel, Operation Ivy, Parquet Courts, and KMFDM also released covers of the song. Leningrad Cowboys titled their version "These Boots", and released a video of the song, directed by Aki Kaurismäki.


  • Flying over Africa
    by Conspiracy Cafe on April 28, 2017 at 10:20 PM
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    Out of Africa is a 1985 American epic romantic drama film directed and produced by Sydney Pollack and starring Robert Redford and Meryl Streep. The film is based loosely on the autobiographical book Out of Africa written by Isak Dinesen (the pseudonym of Danish author Karen Blixen), which was published in 1937, with additional material from Dinesen's book Shadows on the Grass and other sources. This film received 28 film awards, including seven Academy Awards.


    Out of Africa was one of the top chick flicks ever. John Barry's score was inspirational. The flying scene is so special. You soar over God's creation with the one you love and clasp hands. It doesn't get any better. I can listen to that score over and over and the flying scene as well. Three rifles, Africa, Mozart and a femme fatale a recipe for paradise. 

    Out Of Africa | Soundtrack Suite (John Barry)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eWZ2adCaKo4


  • Jay and the Americans - This Magic Momen...
    by Conspiracy Cafe on March 14, 2017 at 5:32 PM
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    Jay and the Americans were a pop music group popular in the 1960s. Their initial line-up consisted of John "Jay" Traynor, Howard Kane (né Kirschenbaum), Kenny Vance (né Rosenberg) and Sandy Deanne (né Yaguda), though their greatest success on the charts came after Traynor had been replaced as lead singer by Jay Black.

    Early years

    They were discovered while performing in student venues at New York University in the late 1950s. They auditioned for Leiber and Stoller, who gave the group its name.[1]

    Career pinnacle

    With Jay Traynor singing lead, they first hit the Billboard charts in 1962 with the tune "She Cried," which reached #5 (later covered by The Shangri-Las, Aerosmith, and others). The next two singles didn't fare nearly as well, and Traynor left the group. Jay's solo singles made little impression, but one, "Up And Over" issued on ABC in 1966 became a Northern Soul classic. Empires' guitarist Marty Sanders (né Kupersmith) joined the group. He brought David Black (né Blatt) of "The Empires" in to take Traynor's place (after David first agreed to adopt the name Jay Black), and Black sang lead for the rest of the group's major hits.

    They returned to the charts in 1963 with "Only In America," a song originally meant for The Drifters. Other notable hits for Jay and the Americans were "Come a Little Bit Closer" in 1964, which hit #3, and "Cara Mia" in 1965, which hit #4. They also recorded a commercial for H.I.S. Slacks and a public service announcement for the Ad Council, featuring a backing track by Brian Wilson and Phil Spector. Two tracks from this era later found favour with the Northern Soul crowd: "Got Hung Up Along The Way" and "Living Above Your Head".

    In 1966, the group was featured onscreen in the Universal comedy film, Wild Wild Winter, singing "Two of a Kind" at the film's finale, with surf band The Astronauts depicted as providing backup instrumentals. As of February 2017, the song has only been released on the 1966 soundtrack LP.

    In 1968, they recorded an album of their favorite oldies called Sands of Time, which included "This Magic Moment," which was originally done by the Drifters. The single went to #9 in January 1969. It sold over one million copies, and was awarded a gold disc by the R.I.A.A. in May 1969.[2] "This Magic Moment" was the last top ten record for Jay and the Americans, although a follow-up album, Wax Museum, in January 1970, did yield the #19 hit single "Walkin' In The Rain," first recorded by The Ronettes. Their next singles failed to chart, and the band grew apart, but the demand for appearances remained. (Around the same time the band recorded "This Magic Moment," Jay and the Americans member Sandy Yaguda produced a Long Island teen sextet called The Tuneful Trolley. Their late-1968 Capitol LP, Island In The Sky — a hybrid of Beach Boys and Beatlesque psych-pop—was reissued in 2008 in the UK on Now Sounds.) From 1970 to 1971 Jay and the American's touring band included Walter Becker and Donald Fagen (of later Steely Dan fame) on backup bass guitar and electric organ.

    "LET IT BE ME"

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-wU_zPTPidg

    "SINCE I DON'T HAVE YOU"

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=METsM4oZcd8

    "CRYING"

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HIdE5G9yhSQ

    "THE SUN AIN'T GONNA SHINE ANYMORE"

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=35EJSZ6BypM

    Cara Mia

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Jm4p_HCwKA

    Some Enchanted Evening" 

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iby51fPLcug

    Walkin' In The Rain

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xrkJoTaHqvc


  • The Shadow of your Smile
    by George Freund on February 14, 2017 at 11:54 AM
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    "The Shadow of Your Smile", also known as "Love Theme from The Sandpiper", is a popular song. The music was written by Johnny Mandel with the lyrics written by Paul Francis Webster. The song was introduced in the 1965 film The Sandpiper, with a trumpet solo by Jack Sheldon and later became a minor hit for Tony Bennett (Johnny Mandel arranged and conducted his version as well). It won the Grammy Award for Song of the Year and the Academy Award for Best Original Song. In 2004 the song finished at #77 in AFI's 100 Years...100 Songs poll of the top tunes in American cinema.

    Versions

    Well-known versions of the song were recorded by Barbra Streisand (on her 1965 album My Name Is Barbra, Two...), singer Shirley Bassey (on her 1966 album I've Got a Song for You), Andy Williams, Chris Montez, Percy Faith, Rita Reys, Al Martino, Perry Como, Nancy Sinatra, Astrud Gilberto, Peggy Lee, Sammy Davis, Jr., Sarah Vaughan and Frank Sinatra. Connie Francis recorded the song in English, Spanish (La sombra de tu sonrisa), Portuguese (À sombra do teu sorriso) and in Italian (Castelli di sabbia). Trini Lopez included it on his Reprise Records album (Trini). Lill Lindfors recorded it in Swedish as Din skugga stannar kvar for her 1967 album Du är den ende. Elda Viler (sl) recorded a Slovenian rendering entitled "Senca Tvojega Nasmeha". Marvin Gaye recorded several versions of the song. One can be found on Romantically Yours, another on Vulnerable, and a live version on Marvin Gaye: Live at the Copa. Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass recorded an instrumental version for their 1966 album, What Now My Love. The Italian singer MINA sang this song in 1968 on television and was later released on a CD called Le canzonissime. German singer Udo Lindenberg included a more rock-oriented cover of the song on his 1986 single "Germans". In 2006, The Central Band of the Royal British Legion recorded an album with "The Shadow Of Your Smile" as the lead title track.

    Other notable versions include Nancy Ames singing a Spanish version ("La Sombra De Tu Sonrisa") on her 1966 album Latin Pulse. Pepe Jaramillo recorded a Latin dance version on his 1971 EMI album Tequila Cocktail. Sergio Franchi recorded the song on his 1967 RCA Victor album, From Sergio - With Love. A version by Engelbert Humperdinck is available on YouTube.

    The Bobby Darin album, Bobby Darin Sings The Shadow of Your Smile, was notable in that the album's first side contained all of the songs nominated for the 1965 Academy Award for Best Original Song.

    For that special girl it even comes in a bottle

  • Alexandrov Red Army Choir - Kalinka
    by George Freund on December 25, 2016 at 6:04 PM
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    "Kalinka" is a Russian song written in 1860 by the composer and folklorist Ivan Larionov and first performed in Saratov as part of a theatrical entertainment that he had composed.

    CONCERT: Day of Fatherland Defenders Chief conductor and artistic director - People's Artist of Russia, Professor Igor Raevskiy. Soloist: Vadin Ananyev

    Katyusa - Valeria Kurnushkina & Red Army Choir (2014)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uzCleIHK2lU

    Red Army Choir - Dark Eyes

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZlEA04-IVbM

    Red Army Choir - The Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h1rRhQ5Q1dg

    Russian Red Army Choir ~ Warszawianka

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vLlj4yJMTFA

    Famed Russian Military Choir Among 92 Feared Dead After Plane Crashes Into Black Sea

    There can be little doubt that the crash was arranged as stimulus to ire Russia to war. It isn't anywhere close to enough. The NWO always has a Solstice sacrifice on the agenda. We were just waiting for what where.



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