Zuzigoot National Monument. Some History and beautiful pictures

I took a little trip up north recently and went to the Zuzigoot Monument near Cottonwood, Arizona. The Zuzigoot Monument was a Pueblo ruin that about 2 to 3 stories at the time of its construction. Believed to be built between 1125 and 1400 CE by the Sinagua people. This building had few doors andContinue reading “Zuzigoot National Monument. Some History and beautiful pictures”

Stone Temple Pilots’ Purple. No Sophomore slump here. A quick review

After the successful debut of their 1992 hit album Core, what where could STP go? While most bands hit a Sophomore slump, the guys were hitting their stride with their follow up Purple. This album is by far their best effort out of all of their work, and that’s my opinion of course. I meanContinue reading “Stone Temple Pilots’ Purple. No Sophomore slump here. A quick review”

Carole King’s “Tapestry”. A quick review

I figured I would make Friday a short one and do a review of this classic album that I own. Carole King’s 1971 hit album “Tapestry”. Released in 1971 Tapestry became a hit album in the US. Selling over 13 million copies since. It was number 1 on the billboard for 15 consecutive weeks (longestContinue reading “Carole King’s “Tapestry”. A quick review”

Life of the Vinyl Collector

One thing I have developed, is a hobby of vinyl. Yes, I know some people are asking. Why would I collect them when we have all these capabilities to listen to them through apps such as Spotify, Pandora, iTunes, or Amazon? Well, to be honest its more nostalgia and reminiscing memories. The Hobby began inContinue reading “Life of the Vinyl Collector”