Lists by road-traveled
France, Iran, Philippines, Burma, Louisiana, Canada, Nepal, Africa, Australia, Russia, Japan, Belleville, China.
-Movies, documentaries, live concerts.
-1. Amazing Grace: The Story of a Song That Makes a Difference, with Bill Moyers. Johnny Cash, Judy Collins, Jessye Norman. 1990. 2/14
-2. Down The Tracks. The Music That Influenced Led Zeppelin, Director-Steve Gammond 2008. Saw 10/12.
-3. Down The Tracks. The Music That Influenced Bob Dylan. 2008. Saw 12/12.
-4. The American Folk-Blues Festival, British Tours 63-66. 3/13 saw.
-5. Last Days of Fillmore, 1971. saw 4/13.
-- Criterion list: Paul Robeson, Monterey Pop, Gimme Shelter, Louie Bluie, Jimi Plays Monterey.
Sculptures of the Louvre, 2006. Each piece is put into it's historical context. Fascinating. View on Amazon:
Traveling, driving, touring, journeys, road trip.
Films I have seen, like, and find worth checking out.
1)The Pacific Crest Trail: A Ride to Remember. Oregon Public Broadcasting DVD. 2010. A Washington couple with a ranch ride the entire length of the Pacific Crest Trail in 1 year, documenting their horseback ride.
See Amazon for descriptions of these DVDs:
1--Orangutan Diaries, 2 discs, BBC:
2---Fabulous Animals, Myths and Legends.
3---Nature: San Diego Zoo,
4--Waddlers & Paddlers
5--Hooked on Hummingbirds,
6--Crane Song,http://www.amazon.com/Crane- 7
7--Green: Orangutans and deforestation. 8
8--Merlin Tuttle:Guardian Angel of Bats. Heroes of Nature series.
10. Kid Guides: Zoos.
Only films I like, have seen, and find worth checking out. All on DVD.
Iran, Jamaica, Italy, Japan, England, Ireland, Scotland, France, Philippines, Australia, Denmark, Canada, Brazil, Finland, USA, Czech Republic, Peru, Germany, Thailand.
Birds of Oregon, from Oregon Public Broadcasting, 2006. Oregon birds in their habitat, with further information on declining bird species.
Special features: 1) Ocean birds on rocks. 2)Jim and raptors of eastern Oregon. Jim has been a fan of raptors since 1952. 3)Raptor rescue and recovery. A wildlife center had 170 species of animals it treated in one year. -all these about 13 minutes each.
--Over 50 languages spoken in these films.
--Arabic, Armenian, Azerbaijani, Bambora, Bengali, Dari, Ewe, Hindi, Irish, Mapudungun, Quechua, Mongolian, Kurdish, Occitan, Tagalong, Washoe, Berber, Japanese Sign Language, Shanxi, Saami, and more.
--The Pillow Book, 6 languages. Babel, 8 languages.
James Gladstone wrote a book about Greg Bautzer: The Man Who Seduced Hollywood. Greg Bautzer, Tinseltown's most powerful lawyer.
This is a list of a few of the Hollywood classic era actresses that Bautzer knew and dated.
Howard Hughes was able to contact Bautzer no matter where Bautzer was.
Much more interesting reading in this book. Another perspective on the Classic Era. Politics mostly left out.