About the music soundtrack
19 time Grammy Award Winner Pat Metheny and Rod Stewart
“The song that fooled the world” Jimmy Story aka Billy Yeager
“Monster Hole” Santana styled song designed for the “Sebastian Beach One Fine Day” film soundtrack.
In 2005 Yeager planned an excursion and experiment and brought his guitar into the jungles of Costa Rica, where he tested his sacred geometric tunings on wild monkey behavior, and then established a new vibration and wave frequency to be used as a new tuning in his musical soundtracks.
These tunings and frequencies cause a higher vibration that affects the pineal gland, which raises conscious awareness.
Yeager is preparing a bill to be introduced to the Senate, that all musical tunings be returned to the original 432 tunings that were changed by Adolf Hitlers accomplice and Reich Minister of Propaganda Joseph Goebbels to 440, which was imposed in 1939 so world population could be controlled be keeping the mind a prisoner of a certain consciousness.
Yeager re tunes most of his instruments and re-creates musical tunings that sometimes involve a scientific approach to creating specific waves and vibrations that enlighten the mind and expand consciousness. These experiments are conducted in specific locations in nature.
Cigar Box guitar built by Yeager re-tuned to sacred geometric tuning.
“Music has the ability to raise consciousness and better humanity, if we could only learn to hear it and get out of its way, composing the message of the Universe and allowing ourselves to be instruments of something profound, which is hidden from the world of vanities.” Billy Yeager
The Early Years
He played the guitar without an amplifier for the next 3 years until one day he found a broken amplifier in the garbage.
He not only fixed the amp, but discovered how to get natural distortion without any foot pedals by finding broken speakers with holes and placing many of them in a dresser drawer covered with a heavy leather canvas stretched over the front. With this amplifier came the extremely loud sounds of the relentless practicing of all hours into the night.
Soon after his father Ray rebuilt the back porch into Billy’s new room, where he laid concrete blocks with unfinished concrete and sealed him up separated from the other family members so he could practice.
Billy Yeager and Johhny Depp’s Band The Kidd’s