"Lucifer's Friend", from the 1970 self titled debut album from the band Lucifer's Friend.
John Willams giving a flawless performance of his classic interpretation of Stanley Myer's Cavatina in 1979. Is it just me, or does JW look like the late great Peter Cook?
In a word, annihilation. The undefeated Cain Velasquez tore through Brock Lesnar in a career-defining performance, as he captured the heavyweight championship in the UFC 121 "Lesnar versus Velasquez" main event Saturday at the Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif. The end came 4 minutes, 12 seconds into Round 1, as Velasquez reached the mountaintop just nine fights into his professional career. "I trained for a five-round fight," Velasquez said. "I'm always ready for that. You can't expect an early stoppage." Velasquez weathered an early attack from the hulking former World Wrestling Entertainment superstar, kept his composure and picked his spots with power, precision and resolve. Lesnar took down the challenger twice in the first two minutes, and Velasquez answered the challenge seamlessly on both occasions. Velasquez scored with his own takedown 2:48 into the period, took a dominant position in back of the champion and pummeled him with punches and hammerfists. From there, it was all downhill for Lesnar. "We expected him to come out, go hard in and go for the takedown," Velasquez said. "We were ready for that. We worked on positions, on worst-case scenarios." Lesnar twice returned to his feet, only to be met with more strikes from the American Kickboxing Academy standout. A two-punch combination dropped the champion near the cage, and Velasquez pounced. Lesnar fought valiantly to defend himself but ate too many punches, forcing Herb Dean to step in on his behalf. He rose to ...