Pink Floyd Shares Unreleased Song “Vegetable Man” Written In 1965

first_imgWith their new box set Early Years: 1965-1972 coming out next week, Pink Floyd continues to build excitement by sharing new material. The newest such release takes us back to the band’s earliest days, when Syd Barrett was a member of their lineup.BBC 6 Music had the distinct honor of premiering a Barrett-penned track called “Vegetable Man,” a song written in 1965. Barrett also sings lead on the track, which was never officially released until now. Though “Vegetable Man” had circulated as a demo, the official release highlights Pink Floyd’s formative years.Listen to the recording via BBC 6 Music, here. You can scroll to the 51:15 mark to hear “Vegetable Man.”[H/T Consequence of Sound]last_img read more

Magistrate grants $9,500 bail for battery and wounding charges

first_img Share Tweet Sharing is caring! Share 51 Views   no discussionscenter_img Court gavel. Photo credit: lazytechguys.comDwayne Telemaque of Belles was on Thursday granted $9,500.00 bail by Chief Magistrate Evelina Baptiste on three charges two of which were related to battery and wounding.According to complaints filed by Constable James E of the Commonwealth of Dominica Police Force, the Defendant Dwayne Telemaque committed three offenses on January 18th, 2012 at River Bank in Roseau.Telemaque pleaded not guilty to all three charges; wounding Tamisha Benjamin, battery of Tamisha Benjamin and theft of 1 memory card valued at $80.00Fagan Bannis, a farmer and trucker of Castle Bruce, who has a work relationship with the Defendant’s parents stood as his surety. He was asked by attorney representing the Defendant, Laurina Vidal-Telemaque whether he understood his duties as a surety and that he thinks the Defendant will listen to him.Chief Magistrate Baptiste again asked Bannis whether he understood his role as a surety and he said yes.She also asked him whether he understood that he is responsible for ensuring that the Defendant attends Court, whether he had sufficient control over him, whether he knows where he hangs out and his contact number.Bannis answered all questions positively and was declared a suitable surety for the Defendant.Police Prosecutor Inspector Claude Weekes requested of the Court that the Defendant’s bail conditions include; reporting once weekly at the nearest police station and that he does not interfere with the complainant or any of the prosecution’s witnesses.Magistrate Baptiste told the Defendant; “Bail is granted to you in the sum of $9,500.00 with Fagan Bannis as surety. You are to report at the St. Joseph Police Station every Wednesday between the hours of 7am and 7pm. You should not interfere with Tamisha Benjamin or commit any other offenses while on bail.”She warned Telemaque that if he failed to report at the St. Joseph Police Station, interfere with Ms. Benjamin or committed any other offense his bail would be revoked and his surety made to pay the sum of $9,500.00.The trial has been scheduled to commence on 9th June, 2012.Dominica Vibes News LocalNews Magistrate grants $9,500 bail for battery and wounding charges by: – January 20, 2012 Sharelast_img read more

National Spelling Bee Crowns 8 Co-Champions, Scripps Ran Out of Words

first_imgThe Scripps National Spelling Bee has crowned eight co-champions who went the final five rounds without misspelling a single word.Dr. Jacques Bailly said they threw the dictionary at those eight children, and the “champions showed the dictionary who was boss.”At the end of round 17, the competitors were told that because the judges were running out of hard words, anyone still standing after 20 rounds would be named co-champions.Each will get a $50,000 check for being a co-champion.Eight co-champions celebrate after winning the Scripps National Spelling Bee, Friday, May 31, 2019, in Oxon Hill, Md. The spelling bee ended in unprecedented 8-way championship tie after organizers ran out of challenging words. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)last_img read more