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James Marshall Hendrix was born November 27, 1942 and died this day September 18, 1970.  You won’t find to many people that will argue that he was the greatest guitar player of all time. Thanks to a610 for the All Along The Watchtower video.  It’s just one of my many favorites.  Another one is pretty rare, it’s before the experience when he was with Lonnie Youngblood, its called She’s a Fox.  It’s a bit different, you can listen to it by scrolling down on the left in the black BOX.  You can also hear Bold as Love in that BOX. Tighten up your headband! enjoy

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Yes it is defiantly the yodel in this song that grabs you, even if it shocks or even amuses you at first, it will entrance you to listen.  What a great song.  If you want to hear the whole thing, scroll down a little and it is on the black BOX on the left.  Happy Birthday Hank Williams Sr.  September 17, 1923  to January 1, 1953.  Thanks to Gatorrocks786 for a very good video.

Red Skelton was born July 18, 1913 and died on this day September 17,  1997, He was a very funny comedian but he is being very serious about our Pledge of Allegiance.  He would be very disappointed in the way we have let the lunatic left take over our Country.  So much so that it now owns the Democratic Party, as we have seen from the Democratic Presidential candidates refusal to denounce the sick ad by moveon.org, which attacked the Honor of a four star General, Gen David Petraeus, for no other purpose than politics.  You people do nothing but weaken our Great Nation!  Thanks to ImgnNoLibs for the video.

Thanks to RedEyeRecap.

f-86-sabre.jpgThe F-86 Sabre started out as a straight wing jet fighter, the XJ Fury.  Incorporating technologies captured from the Germans, the F-86 Sabre would be the first swept-wing jet fighter for the US.  Because the pilot had to be in visual contact to shoot the enemy down with six 50 caliber machine guns, the F-86 was known as the last true dogfighter.  On October 1, 1947 the F-86 made its first flight and was delivered to the Air Force in 1948 and on this day September 15, 1948 an F-86A set the world aircraft speed record of 1080 kph.  The F-86 would rule “Mig Alley” over the Russian Mig-15 when it was introduced into the Korean conflict.  This jet is my personal favorite of all jets, although I am partial to the World War II fighters such as the Mustang. Thanks to fastfreddycz for a very good video.  This beautiful photo below is by Stuart Haigh at Top Jet Pix

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Here’s some flower power, Bob Dylan Like a Rolling Stone was a Chart Topper this day in 1965. Thanks to mikemessedup for the video.