This new song is finished and released on August 7 2018.
It features Cocobark, who provided the song.
Guitars by Gerald Bailey, Steve Keith and Pedro Bossio
Bass and drums by Steve Keith
Assorted keyboards by Pedro Bossio
Piano and vocals by Cocobark
Mixed and mastered by Pedro Bossio
I worked with one of my buddies online, adding Bass, Some guitar and drums and vocals (because no one else would do it).
Here’s a song from the online community – I played bass on it.
Three great videos for a Sunday afternoon.
This is a release from the Global Remotes, my online band, featuring Kylee Carrier on this song.
More to come…
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Who knew that NASA was in the art business?
NASA unveiled a remarkable image of Jupiter’s northern hemisphere on its website, reminiscent of one of Vincent Van Gogh most famous paintings works, “The Starry Night.”
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The images come courtesy of the Juno spacecraft, which recently had its 13th close flyby of the planet.
“The region seen here is somewhat chaotic and turbulent, given the various swirling cloud formations,” NASA said on its website. “In general, the darker cloud material is deeper in Jupiter’s atmosphere, while bright cloud material is high. The bright clouds are most likely ammonia or ammonia and water, mixed with a sprinkling of unknown chemical ingredients.”
NASA UNVEILS STUNNING ‘BLUE DUNE’ IMAGE SEEN ON MARS
The image shown above was taken on 1:23 a.m. EDT on May 24, as Juno was approximately 9,600 miles above Jupiter’s clouds, above a northern latitude of 56 degrees.
NASA added that citizen scientists Gerald Eichstädt and Seán Doran created the image using data from the spacecraft’s JunoCam imager.
The government space agency called out the bright oval at the bottom center of the image, stating that it appears white in ground-based telescope observations and that there isn’t any significant motion in the interior of the oval.
Thanks to JunoCam, NASA is able to see the additional structures in the weather system in the interior of this feature, though it added that there is not significant motion because, “like Jupiter’s Great Red Spot, its winds probably slow down greatly toward the center.”
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