Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Sunday, August 30, 2009

Erawan Cave

On the way back from Phu Rua, Ajan Boon Long sprung a fast one on me and took me to a cave site I've wanted to see for almost a decade...

Sunday, August 23, 2009

Phu Rua [2009-07_Isaan03]

Invited by Wat Nong Soong Pleui Head Monk Ajan Boon Long to visit Phu Rua, who were we to say no...

Sunday, August 16, 2009


Continuing the video series of my month in the Thai countryside, July 2009/2552... This short video (shot with Hi-8 tape) features our 17 Rai of rice land across the road from Wat Nong Soong Pleui. My brother-in-law Sawt and his wife Nui are cameo'd, as well as Tah, Khun Paw (my wife's father), my wife Thip and family members and friends planting rice... Initially, the rice is seeded in large beds and then, when at a certain height, redistributed throughout the rest of the rice beds. This video shows this later stage.

After viewing, click on the bottom right hand upward arrow to view related videos about rice planting shot by other people posting to YouTube.

Friday, August 14, 2009

Bayville, New York

Bayville, New York
Pictures in and around Bayville on the North Shore of New York's Long Island.
    The town I grew up in (1952-1970), on the North Shore of Long Island, New York.    

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Lattingtown to Bayville

Bayville, Long Island, New York, USA was where I grew up in the 1950s and 1960s. Here's a video done by no one I know which covers the area of my roaming west of Bayville, along the Lattingtown beaches..."

Saturday, August 08, 2009


My first video production of my time spent in the Isaan (Northeast Thailand), July 2009/2552:

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

U.S. Citizen Paretawan

Recently, Das took time out to drive the newest U.S. citizen in the family to her swearing-in ceremony, down at the LA Fairgrounds. Congratulations to my wife, Paretawan!

From 2009 / 2552

Sunday, May 17, 2009

Radio Airchecks

My radio career -- such as it was -- spanned the years 1968-1992. I am fortunate in having recorded many of my airchecks during the later part of it. These are now digitized and posted as podcasts for about a month at a time.

See the sidebar for the player. Press the play button to listen to the latest uploaded aircheck. Give it time to load.

I was never a great DJ, or even a good one, but this was probably more due to rarely having regular work -- was always filling in, part-timing, or trying to establish a gig that had a short life span. I had talent putting together flows of music in a coherent mix and developed my own style that I hope you enjoy -- so many years later -- "Listening with Malcolm..."