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Revolution handheld console review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of the Revolution handheld console from Ultimate Products (HK) Ltd. The Revolution is an inexpensive knockoff console, but unlike so many similar products, it's actually a multipurpose device. It's also a digital camera and a video recorder, and with 2 GB of internal memory and a SD card slot for added storage, the Revolution can store your photos, videos and even music. This video review features video gameplay footage of the Revolution handheld console and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
Organist JON HAMMOND teams up with DANNY WOODY in this rollicking JAZZ MOVIE at Shanghai PORTMAN RITZ CARLTON HOTEL Jazz Bar *Featuring the entertaining vocalist LaDEE STREETER (Stevie Wonder backup voc.), Dr. DWIGHT DICKERSON-piano, ALEX LAYNE-bs. JON HAMMOND-organ, DANNY WOODY-musical director/drums. Special performance for SUPERLUX Microphones 'JON HAMMOND'S MUSIC CHINA WARM UP PARTY' annual sister trade show of MUSIKMESSE & NAMM. Some Big Tippers were in the house that night! Great Jazzy Shuffle Blues with m.d. Danny Woody and Jon Hammond 1st of 4 years, enjoy! *Note: Danny Woody is also the famous Restorer & Vendor of Chinese Military Sidecar Motorcycles Chang Jiang: California Dreamin' in Shanghai - Newsweek June 28 issue - Venice Beach native Danny Woody is living the California dream. He drms in a jazz band at night, then tours motorcycle shops by day. 'But who would have imagined,' he says, 'that I'd be doing it in Shanghai!'
Woody, 59, is a fixture at the Portman Ritz-Carlton Hotel lounge, but his real claim to fame is a motorbike with sidecar on display in the lobby. The Chang Jiang is a Chinese knockoff of the classic 1930s BMW R-71. During World War II, the Germans gave the design to Russia, which passed it to China. Woody fell in love with it on a 1998 trip to Beijing. He bought one, and another. Soon, he had shops refurbishing them. Now he's a top vendor of the bikes, which have a global cult following. In 2003 he sold two dozen for about $10,000 each. 'It's not really a dream job, more like a nightmare,' he quips
Is this a relic creature from a forgotten age, a mutated, irradiated, monster, or just another chinese knockoff - you decide just what to make of this Weirdness...