Thursday, November 10, 2011


Being on vacation, I just can't bring myself to sit down and compose the next chapter in my first cross-cultural mission experience or write about the latest mangling of the English language perpetrated by SweaterGal and FlatulenceKing (my parents, with whom Beloved and I are staying), so I'm being absolutely lazy and reproducing for the Almost the Truth fan base (all both of you) a list of interesting links that I keep updated on my FaceBook page...


Adam Ben Ezra doing a suhweet solo upright bass cover of Come Together

James Taylor's song, Fire and Rain, makes me feel kinda like the Saturday between Good Friday and Easter.

How unbelievably cool would it be for Paul Simon to invite you on stage to sing one of his songs?

The Beatles in their first TV appearance: The Mersey Beat program in the UK, 1963...She Loves You

Paul Revere & the Raiders perform Ups & Downs on the Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour:

Beatles & Jackson 5 doing Hey Jude and I'll Be There. This is what started my love for mashups.

Beatles & Jackson 5 together in a masterful mashup of In My Life and I Want You Back.

Come Together & I Love Rock and Roll mashup of the Beatles and Joan Jett.

CLASSIC (i.e., oldish) JESUS MUSIC

Rich Mullins singing his song, Creed

Phil Keaggy & Randy Stonehill doing Sunday's Child and seeming a lot younger than they really are.\

Keith Green, singing Your Love Broke Through

Larry Norman, the man who started it all: The Rock That Doesn't Roll


Rowan Atkinson w/ Not the 9 O'clock News reciting a modernized Apostles' Creed, mostly standing firmish in their beliefs...kind of.

Jello Cubes Being Dropped - High-Speed Video

22 Examples of Refaced U.S. Currency

Barney Fife "reciting" the preamble to the U.S. Constitution

Beatles 3000 is a great parody of historical research and the pompous talking heads who think they are experts.

Back to the Future's Biff riffs on questions he always gets asked

Ma & Pa Kettle do some fancy math


Single episode of "Truth for Life" podcast. My favorite Scottish preacher, Allistair Begg, with an inspiring illustration of worship.

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