This was cute. Whe I had my first ever computer I put my oldest stepson's face onto Naschy's Lycantropo body and made Gabawolf!
My 21st birthday part at a Greek eatery in downtown Chicago. The musicians were right off the boat from Greece. Killer food too.
My ex and I with our daughter and my best friend's wife in Chinatown S.F. 1989.
My first and only perm! Yikes! 1984 and a Randy Rhoads wannabe.
My father during his stint with the Army. He never had to see action during the Korean War. Instead he hopped around Europe as a viola player with an Army Orchestra! I guess it pays to have a college degree and musical talent when getting drafted.
Another shot of my dad. He was a fine man and a good father. Sadly he died very young at 52 years of age.
Having talked with you guys about the movie Maniac and my days at B.Y.U. brought back memories of my first big love in life. She was a real honey and the first woman to break my heart. Being a Mormon and me a heathen, things were doomed thanks to her parents.
notice the beautiful Wasatch Mountains right behind the east end of campus. Beautiful! So was she.
my mom made me this sweatshirt for Christmas back in 1985 during my full on love affair with Paul Naschy.
my crazy high school days. I had a deep obsession with rock music and Jimmy Page in particular. I guess with the YES shirt on underneath the flannel they were number one too. I needed a haircut bad!
I am the hippy on the right side with the John Travolta vest. My brother is the other bulky guy. We are night and day different. This is back in Illinois.
Halloween drag. 1980's. Dig the Chas Balun Splatter Movies tee.
My son and I up in Sedona, AZ. Now he is carrying me on his shoulders.
Me and my daughter outside the L.D.S. temple in Rosemont, Ill. Just visiting!
my greatest friend and music collaborator.
my favorite picture of my current wife. so very Mexican. taken up in Tlaquepaque in Sedona, AZ.
I told you I was blue collar. In my beloved and now long gone factory, 1996.
there's that girl again. I believe this was for a turn about dance in the spring of 1981. Probably not long after we saw Maniac!
me recording guitar parts with that good friend of mine in a studio in Oakland, CA.
my daughter and I at a Type O negative autograph signing. I still can't believe she wore a backstreet Boys tee shirt. She was just starting her decent into metal and techno at the time.
that great friend and I a couple of years back. getting old and gray.
my wife and her first born. He is in high school now.
my daughter and friend in Germany about 6 years ago. My daughter is on the right of course.
and finally an old old photo of my dear mum. I don't have any scanned of her more recnt pictures.
Well this may have been just a bit over indulgent. Sorry! It has been kind of a quite and lonely Sunday and this kept me busy. I haven't had a scanner hooked up to this computer. So now you all will know me even better.