Where do we find Woody as the start of this series?
You find Woody knee deep in children! Woody’s got two kids, a beard, and he looks like someone out of Trainspotting. He’s completely let himself go and has turned into an official industry standard trampy dad. He’s got his own gang this time. This series it’s about Shaun’s journey again especially getting into the rave scene and all those things Shane was experiencing at the time. So this particular series isn’t so much about Woody and Lol as it is about the gang. It makes complete sense because we haven’t touched on Kelly, the information she’s been given about her father, so there’s a lot to deal with there. But Woody and Lol are – for the first time – happy. It’s time for them to be happy. They’ve still got problems, of course they have it’s This Is England! For whole interview go here
29.07.2011The Hives with Alison Mosshart (The Kills) at Splendour in the Grass 2011, Woodford, Australia.
“We watch some Modest Mouse and talk with Alison from the Kills. She is a little bummed about the sun during their set which we missed. Don’t miss them. They are highly recommended. Sun really is not a good idea for Rock n Roll.” - Howlin’ Pelle Almqvist (via their tour diary)
Beautiful Bourbon - Explore Kentucky Project by Dr_Fu_Manchu Via Flickr: I rarely get to shoot in my home state of Kentucky as I am often busy with work and family. So I have decided to start the Explore Kentucky Project. The concept is that I visit the "tourist" areas of Kentucky and create a photo documentary. First off….
The Woodford Reserve Distillery
The oldest and smallest distillery in Kentucky traces its origins to 1797 when Elijah Pepper began distilling in Woodford County. This National Landmark crafts Woodford Reserve Distiller’s Select, the Official Bourbon of the Kentucky Derby, along with our new expression Double Oaked. Experience the only copper pot still and triple distillation process used to handcraft Bourbon today.
It’s not every day that one of your clients hooks you up with some awesome bourbon/whisky. Last weekend I had a photoshoot and the clients mother worked for Brown Forman (Old Forester, Woodford Reserve, etc).
When we wrapped up the shoot she handed me this bottle and a bottle of Woodford Distiller’s Select, I of course accepted the offer.
In doing some research it looks like this bottle is becoming rare. Most independent sellers have it anywhere from $100 to $250 depending if it is still in the original box. When it was released in 2008 it would have cost you around $30.
Needless to say, I am stoked to have this in my collection. I may just open it up one day to give it a taste!