No, it’s not my house, it’s Gina Lollobrigida’s villa on the Via Appia Antica (National Geographic, June 1970). I love the fact that, although she had been in at least 50 films in 20 years, she has a passion for being behind the camera – which became a career in photojournalism. Look closely, and you’ll see she is sorting her own pics…If you haven’t seen any of her films, you may recall her role in the 80’s series Falcon Crest.
After 2 early shifts, I’m loving being at home, spinning Patsy Cline and Peggy Lee on the turntable is certainly helping. Tonight’s task is to put the rest of my cd’s through audiograbber, and make a few playlists for the i-Pod. I seem to have become music person at work, and am aiming to have 5 lists done, each lasting 7.5 or 8 hours (have done 2 so far). If anyone knows how I can get my vinyl onto computer (and no, I don’t want to pay someone else to do it) please leave a comment.
If you haven’t listened to Peggy Lee’s Black Coffee LP, or anything by Patsy Cline, it’s high time you did. Two very talented ladies, who aren’t with us anymore.