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This victory ended French occupation, and divided the country of Vietnam in two—the communist North and the anti-communist South—sparking a civil war. As part of the United States's cold war policy of containment, which aimed to prevent the spread of communism, the United States supported South Vietnam.

President Kennedy began the U. However, after the controversial Gulf of Tonkin incident on July 27, , in which U. With over half a million troops committed at the height of U. However, the Tet Offensive of January 30, , illustrated otherwise, as the North Vietnamese army attacked nearly every city in South Vietnam to the surprise of U. The war continued to escalate; many soldiers were required to serve involuntary second tours; and opposition to the war gathered public support.

Over the next decade, thousands of American troops were killed or injured, and little progress appeared to be made against the North. In the face of rising anti-war sentiment at home, Nixon steadily reduced the number of troops in Vietnam, and in , signed the Paris Peace Accords, which ended the war and called for the withdrawal of U.

In , Congress cut all funding to the South Vietnamese government in Saigon, leaving them without an ally against the North. The North marched into South Vietnam, taking all major cities. The U. Vietnam was reunified into one communist country under the name Socialist Republic of Vietnam, with Hanoi, the former capital of North Vietnam, as its capital city. The Vietnam War is the longest war in U. Opposition to the war began early on college campuses, as many of the men drafted to fight in Vietnam were college aged.

In , the first organized burning of draft cards was held. The burning of draft cards, along with draft dodging and conscientious objection, became symbols of the opposition, as individuals refused to participate in what they considered an unjust war.

As troop involvement increased, the anti-war movement did as well. President Johnson increased the number of troops and bombings in Vietnam in and , and protesters became more vocal in their opposition.

In October , protesters led the March on the Pentagon , hoping to besiege the national symbol of military might, a move that strengthened the national anti-war movement and ultimately weakened Johnson's presidency.

By , less than a quarter of American citizens supported Johnson's war decisions. Demonstrations were held across the country, and were often televised, which allowed protesters to get their message out to a large audience.

The hand gesture that had meant victory in World War II—holding up two fingers in a V shape—was repurposed by protesters as a peace sign.

A second moratorium was held on November Anti-war sentiment began to build amongst the troops as well, with many soldiers wearing peace signs on their uniforms. The United States invaded Cambodia in , sparking protests across the nation. The nation was outraged, and over one hundred colleges went on strike in response.

Nixon, overwhelmed by the national anti-war sentiment, agreed to withdraw fifty thousand troops. By the end of , U. Many historians and scholars believe that the anti-war movement had a direct effect on the outcome of the Vietnam War, ultimately turning public opinion against it. Additionally, it is suggested that the anti-war movement had detrimental effects on both Johnson's and Nixon's presidencies. The movement is often cited as an example of how the American people can have an effect on government policy and proceedings.

Though there was occasional violence, the anti-war movement was overall a peaceful one. The standards by which critics approached Born on the Fourth of July upon its publication seem different from the usual reviews given to memoirs or first-person accounts.

Most critics took into consideration that the book was not the product of a trained writer with literary aspirations or pretensions. That said, the consensus was clear that Ron Kovic had produced a powerful and, in many regards, timeless war classic. Published as it was just a year after the end of the war, the book was lauded for its honesty and forthright portrayal of a young man and his country caught up in uncontrollable situations.

Donald C. Galbasini's review in the October issue of the American Bar Association Journal , calls Born on the Fourth of July "a very readable story of what war does to human beings. It should be noted however, that there is still not much significant critical work on the memoir, especially when compared with the criticism on the Oliver Stone film adaptation of the book.

Although the regular questions of adaptation were raised, and the film did have some differences from the book, it still remained true to the text—especially since Kovic co-wrote the script and worked closely with Stone.

In an interview with Accent on Living , Kovic recalls that there was interest in adapting his memoir to film very soon after it was published in Of the film, Stuart Klawans in the Nation says that it, like the book, "has the urgency of truth told—or screamed—against a deafening Muzak of lies. The memoir's triumph was indisputable in , when Oliver Stone turned it into a major motion picture starring Tom Cruise.

In his ability to move beyond the initial parameters of criticism on the book, Murdock is able to ask important questions of Kovic in hindsight:. Does [Kovic] consider there to be a just conflict, or do all wars fall within this model of harm? If his idealism had been rewarded with a clear enemy, a clear objective, and a clear victory, would the reality of war be different? These questions are not necessarily a pointed criticism or attack on Kovic's integrity, but they serve to put the book and its author under the critical eye of a twenty-first-century perspective.

In a post-September 11 world, can there still be justifiable reasoning to fervently anti-war sentiments? Does the government have to be more careful about the way it deploys the military in a world that knows of the mistakes of Vietnam?

It remains dangerous to affix contemporary sentiments and perspectives on any book that is so clearly of its time and place, but Murdock's review deserves consideration when absorbing the impact Born on the Fourth of July has had, and continues to have, on the reading public. In the following excerpt, Shor explores how the myths of patriotism and masculinity led thousands of Cold-War era young men, including Kovic, into the Vietnam War and how they managed to break free of those myths through antiwar activitism.

Born on the Fourth of July was released in an abridged audio version on cassette. It was published by Caedmon and is narrated by Ron Kovic. It is available from Audiobooks. The film adaptation of Born on the Fourth of July , was directed by Oliver Stone, and the screenplay was co-written by Kovic.

Tom Cruise plays Kovic, and the film garnered critical acclaim and numerous awards, including two Academy Awards and four Golden Globes. Revealing the symbolizing power of the patriotic ideology of the period, Kovic's narrative embodies both a personal and collective story of the conscious and unconscious authority of a variety of myths.

For at every opportunity, he is obscured further, until he is no longer there. That is what makes this hour-long dirge stirring, and yet indiscernible, moving, yet distant. Presented for you in a white cassette with black stamping. Includes a download card. Tags: Antiquated Future , Tucker Theodore. Patrick R. Check it out via the link below, with good headphones or bass-heavy speakers. Free jazz in the spirit of lo-fi punk, with tape manipulations.

Raw and clangorous. The liner notes suggest a sort of new age psychiatry vibe. In fact, the deluxe handmade packaging somewhat outshines the recordings, between the funny enigmatic liner notes and a hodge-podge of imagery that defies expectations. The strange photo of an assembled plate of food on the edge of a sink is a nice corollary to the music, because they both strike me as documents of raw living.

Maybe it was delicious, maybe it was gross, but it was definitely the real raw-dog deal. Mine eyes have seen the glory. Interacting with Michael Potter online has clouded what I expect Michael Potter on tape to sound like. The musician, based in Athens, Georgia, enjoys a wide array of experimental cassette releases hey, like me! Not the noisenik of my imagination, Potter instead tackles two of my greatest loves, prog and krautrock, excelling way beyond any reasonable expectation and making my fucking day right there and then.

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Astonishingly, Strummer and Rhodes decided they could keep the band going themselves, and wrote and produced a new album together. What could possibly go wrong?

To this they added some other elements, one of them recurring backing choruses that sounded like they were recorded by crowds in soccer stadiums.

But nothing could disguise the fact that they had replaced the strongest British rock songwriter since Keith Richards with a music-business operator whose music experience had consisted solely of watching rock bands. From the ugly title on down, Cut the Crap is a sordid and clumsy affair. Neither Strummer nor Rhodes really knew how to make records, and what they thought was radical, like running TV programs over songs, were just bad ideas. You patiently wait for the song to start, and then you realize you just missed the best part of this lame track.

While we dutifully account for all the shitty songs on Cut the Crap , we might as well look at how the Clash came to be the Clash. His mother was from the far, far north of Scotland, the rough equivalent of being from Nome.

Strummer himself was born in Turkey. He also lived in Mexico, Egypt, and Germany before being sent back home to what he recalled was a repressive boarding school. Despite once-a-year trips to exotic locales to see his parents, he was at that point decisively emotionally detached from them. At school he was, by his own account, a ringleader and one of the bullies, as opposed to the bullied. In the codes governing him and his fellows at the time, this background made him somewhat upper class, and he worked to suppress such leanings.

He was eventually thrown out of school; on his way home that night, he tossed his portfolio into a garbage can. And worse. The first few verses are literally about fingers snapping, and the rest of it is Joe trying to get people out onto the floor to dance, which, from a guy with his emotional agitation at the time, is less than festive.

The instrumentation and mixing could be used in a class about how not to mix and produce a record competently. Back to our story: Mick Jones was born in the s but still grew up among the ruins of the war in Brixton, in south London. He ended up at an art school in Wales — until a friend introduced him to reggae. Holy shit, he thought, and went back to London.

He was obsessed with music and would even follow the Faces or Mott the Hoople around England, sneaking into shows. A tape of voices from radio or TV is run over the entire song, a device that gets annoying quick.

Meanwhile, a strange couple, Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood, were purveying odd clothes out of a boutique with an ever-changing name on Kings Road, in Chelsea. Various members of bands who would soon become notorious worked there. One day, Jones and Simonon, having checked out the ers and wanting to ask Strummer to join their group, spied on Strummer as he lined up to pick up his check from the dole office. Strummer saw them lurking outside and figured he was about to get jumped.

He sized up which one to kick in the balls first. I could hear your momma scream. When your daddy smashed that TV screen. I understand what he had to say. Violence was averted that day, and Strummer was eventually brought to meet Jones formally through a mutual friend named Bernard Rhodes, who, depending on whom you ask, was either a key part of the Malcolm McLaren brain trust, or his driver. The ultimate verdict on Rhodes remains open. The band ultimately fired him — and produced its best work, London Calling and Sandinista!

Still, Rhodes helped bring Strummer and Jones together, and was a voice, among others, for writing songs about politics, real life, and society rather than the pop verity of girls girls girls. This lesson, as we shall see, Strummer and Jones learned very well. Everyone in the band says the Clash would not have been the Clash without him.

Rhodes was known for having an apartment whose sole furniture was stacks of Marxism Today used as chairs, and was also by most accounts a somewhat rude person, with schemes upon schemes going on at any given time.

Albertine thought he was a fraud; when the Clash would meet in her apartment Rhodes would push past her without saying hello. It should be noted that while everyone in the scene has had his or her say about Rhodes, most of it making for a convincing megalomaniacal portrait, he himself has kept his own counsel through the ensuing decades. Sometimes I wonder if Strummer primarily a lyricist wrote the music on Cut the Crap , Rhodes the lyrics. That would explain why on this album, with the band having lost only the musical half of its songwriting team, both the songs and the lyrics are terrible.

The Clash and the Sex Pistols formed around the same time; the Pistols opened for the Clash at their first show at their squat, and the Clash opened for the Pistols soon after. We used to sleep together in the same bed, farting contests all night long. Most of these groups, along with Thunders, in exile from New York, all joined up for a merry tour of the U. Everything was going great until the Pistols and a few friends — including Sioux and a nitwit wearing a swastika armband — appeared on an early evening talk show.

The segment saw a host with the Dickensian name of Paul Grundy provoke the group — until the segment, which lasted all of two minutes, disintegrated in a hail of foul language. Most of the shows of the tour got canceled. For the record, I think there are other late-Clash songs on a later rerelease of Cut the Crap, but I could never get past marveling at the thought of a rerelease of Cut the Crap.

It consists of an interview the magazine did with the band, laid over a rousing instrumental track they supplied to go with it. To make matters worse, the chat was conducted on the subway. Close, but no cigar.

But the instrumentation is weird, with some odd sounds percolating in the background. Back to our story: For the first three months of , a club called the Roxy gave the bands free rein to play. The scene coalesced around this venue during these months. Outside, national hostility to the punks after the Grundy appearance, egged on by the tabloids, was explicit. It was actually physically dangerous to be a punk. Leaving aside the guys with the swastikas who you could say got what was coming to them, virtually all of the denizens of the scene at the time have stories about being jumped or assaulted in one way or another.

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Early weather vanes had very ornamental pointers, but modern weather vanes are usually simple arrows that dispense with the directionals because the instrument is connected to a remote reading station. An early example of this was installed in the Royal Navy's Admiralty building in London — the vane on the roof was mechanically linked to a large dial in the boardroom so senior officers were always aware of the wind direction when they met.

Modern aerovanes combine the directional vane with an anemometer a device for measuring wind speed. Co-locating both instruments allows them to use the same axis a vertical rod and provides a co-ordinated readout. The city of Montague, Michigan also claims to have the largest standard-design weather vane, being a ship and arrow which measures 48 feet tall, with an arrow 26 feet long. A challenger for the title of world's largest weather vane is located in Whitehorse, Yukon.

Located at the Yukon Transportation Museum [17] beside Whitehorse International Airport , the weather vane is used by pilots to determine wind direction, used as a landmark by tourists and enjoyed by locals. The weather vane only requires a 5 knot wind to rotate.

A challenger for the world's tallest weather vane is located in Westlock , Alberta. The classic weather vane that reaches to 50 feet is topped by a Case Model D Tractor.

This landmark is located at the Canadian Tractor Museum. The term "weathervane" is also a slang word for a politician who has frequent changes of opinion. The National Assembly of Quebec has banned the use of this slang term as a slur after its use by members of the legislature. Media related to Weather vanes at Wikimedia Commons. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Always provocative and mesmerizing. The only reason for four stars not five stars is that I expected a little more scathing wit and humor after reading I, Lucifer so I suggest you get this first then get I,Lucifer as both books,in their own way, are at the top of list on tackling the nastier,bleaker stuff.

Thank you. A little disjointed. There are some good moments, however it is very confusing in places. An enjoyable read, well paced, funny, and shocking in places.

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Allegro Molto Con Brio - Elizabeth Maconchy - Complete String Quartets (CD)

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East Dane Designer Men's Fashion. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Throughout this turbulent half-century, Maconchy remained alert to new developments, but her greatest strength was consistency, both in her faithfulness to the quartet genre, and in her unfailingly fresh, distinctive use of her personal store of materials and methods.

There is certainly consistency in the prevailing economy of her formal designs. Streams Videos All Posts. Genre Avant-Garde Classical. Styles Chamber Music. Track Listing - Disc 1. Allegro feroce. Elizabeth Maconchy. Scherzo Allegro molto. Andante sostenuto. Molto lento. Poco presto. Lento Sostenuto. String Quartet No. Allegro - Lento appassionato - Allegro. Allegro molto. Lento, molto espressivo. The thirteen quartets span over fifty years of composition. The remnants of traditional tonality in her second quartet do not survive into her late works, which are more brutal in their dissonance and often more reticent in their textures.

She had left behind a harmony based on familiar tonal or modal hierarchies, for a language that is more exploratory. Her melodies became more expansive and her sensitivity to timbre, notable from her earliest work, was strengthened […]. Yet when she is performed, reactions tends to be positive: her two chamber operas The Sofa and The Departure got aired in that centenary year to good reviews, her third quartet made an appearance at the Proms, and another quartet outing in had one unsuspecting tweeter summing up my reaction to hearing her music for the first time.

Just four years older than Maconchy, she excelled in another abstract form: sculpture. Because I saw her sculptures in galleries. New Songs. Disney Music. The Beatles Explore some songs samples below to hear time honored selections from our repertoire.

The reading of the opening Allegro con brio, though not quite so broad in tempo, is reminiscent of Klemperer. Solidity is a virtue here but detail is lacking in the coda. The Funeral March is appropriately grave and the great fugal passage all the more tragic for staying at a rock-steady, unhurried tempo.

Алеша - Зара - В Темных Глазах Твоих (CD, Album)

Dickens had started as a manual labourer in a blackening factory in London and ended his life as a wealthy and well respected literary giant.

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It is an impressive engraved label printed on handmade paper. The 19th century was the golden age of English literature. Some of the more important writers were Jane Austen, the Bronte sisters and many others. But the most significant of them all was undoubtedly Charles Dickens. Many readers have appreciated the way he spotlighted the plight of the lower classes. He is frequently criticized for his characters being either far too noble or completely rotten through. Now just before ending this story, here are a few words about the title.

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Kodachrome / Maybelline - Simon & Garfunkel - The Concert In Central Park (Vinyl, LP, Album)

I love this album and I'm so glad I got it. This album wonderfully captures the excitement and electricity of that amazing concert. I get chills when I listen to it.

The band is great. I also love that Paul Simon names some of the soloists at the end of some of the songs. There was magic at that concert and this album captures it. Very special! One of my favorite albums ever. This is a great CD in that it offers all of Simon and Garfunkel's best. It is live, though, so if you're not all about that, including the introductory warm up stuff, than you should buy an album that's just a rerecording of their top hits.

I love it because it takes me back to when they were live; back to , to the magic of their first concerts A different world, a different time! This particular album was recorded much later, but their music and sound is the same. I was fortunate enough to have attended this show way back when. I had recently arrived in NYC from LA as a medical student, and would start internship the following year. It was my first and most memorable visit to Central Park.

The duo was in fine vocal form with an excellent group of backing musicians. The song arrangements were fresh, with a delivery that was very energetic and inspired. It was also quite a well chosen set list including several compositions from Paul Simon's solo career. I return to this recording on a regular basis, and always find it to be a most enjoyable listening experience. Being an official live release, it's not surprising that the sound quality is exceptional, although I should mention the fact that I have the Warner Brothers issue.

Highly recommended. The arrangements for their songs are changed up Although the music for this concert was recorded outside, the sound quality is very good.

The arrangements for their songs are changed up a bit here, to nice effect. I do prefer to listen to their lush studio recordings, however. What I very much enjoy is seeing Simon and Garfunkel perform together in concert, particularly since I was never able to see them perform live myself. The Central Park Concert took place in when they were both almost 40 years old.

They look so beautiful here, and they were possibly at the peak of their vocal abilities. Some have said that they can see friction and even hatred between the two of them during this concert, but I have watched it many times and haven't noticed anything like that. They are very cordial with each other, and even seem to be sharing private jokes at times. They smile and laugh in places.

Simon even cracks up a bit when he and Garfunkel look at each other while performing "Feelin' Groovy. The goosebumps from Garfunkel's rendition of "Bridge Over Troubled Water," the tears from their gorgeous harmonies and the memories they evoked in me from the time I was a teenager, and the longing from wishing they could have held on at least a little bit longer.

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You can still see all customer reviews for the product. Top positive review. Reviewed in the United States on November 8, It did play in my laptop, though, so that was fine with me. That's the reason for four stars instead of five. The sync and video quality were okay during close-ups of Simon and Garfunkel so I put up with less-than-ideal quality during other parts of the video. Now the positives. This is one brilliant concert! I had surprisingly not seen the whole video prior to today.

I had only caught a glimpse of it on HBO a couple of years ago. I remember what a big deal this concert was in Simon and Garfunkel had parted ways and no one thought they would reunite. I think you can feel some residual tension between them during the concert but there are moments where you can see that these two gifted musicians share a pretty magical bond.

Their voices were in fine form and their harmonies are near-angelic. I was moved to tears on more than one occasion as they sang some of my favorites. They really are an amazing duo. One person found this helpful. Garfunkel had difficulties in the rehearsals. Both men easily recalled their songs from the s, but Garfunkel had to learn the harmonies and arrangements for Simon's solo songs, as modified for the reunion concert.

Despite the need to adapt to Simon and his style, Garfunkel enjoyed some of the songs, and was glad to perform a duet version of Simon's " American Tune ". The first spectators, many carrying chairs or picnic blankets, arrived at daybreak to secure a good spot. The stage backdrop depicted an urban rooftop with water tank and air outlet, symbolic of New York's skyline. At twilight, the backing band went onstage, followed by New York's mayor, Ed Koch , who announced, "Ladies and gentlemen, Simon and Garfunkel!

Robinson ". After the second song, " Homeward Bound ", Simon delivered a short speech which began, "Well, it's great to do a neighborhood concert. The audience booed at the mention of Koch but applauded as Simon continued by tongue-in-cheek thanking "the guys who are selling loose joints [for] giving the city half of their income tonight".

Each performer sang three songs alone, including one new song apiece. The incident provoked associations to the song's lyrics, in which Simon speaks as a first-person narrator concerning the deaths of Johnny Ace , John F. Kennedy and John Lennon. Lennon's murder by an obsessed fan had taken place less than a year previously, not far from the concert site. In May as a guest on Late Night with David Letterman , he explained that while it is not unusual for fans, for example, to jump onto the stage with flowers, this action was new to him, but also felt that the man simply appeared intoxicated.

His greater concern was that the song's premiere was ruined. Lyrics referring to the New York area produced audience applause, such as Garfunkel's ode to his home city, "A Heart in New York", which describes from a New Yorker's point of view the first glimpse of the city when returning there by air: [27]. New York, lookin' down on Central Park, where they say you should not wander after dark [28]. Applause broke out during " The Sound of Silence ", when the narrative voice refers to a large crowd of people in the dark: [29].

And in the naked light I saw ten thousand people maybe more [30]. Simon then said that their planned use of pyrotechnics had been disallowed, and told the crowd, "Let's have our own fireworks! The duo then introduced the members of the backing band and gave a final encore, a reprise of " Late in the Evening ". A recording of the concert was released five months later, on February 16, The audio tracks were processed in postproduction , but Rolling Stone magazine wrote that they were not completely polished, and preserved the roar and the fuzziness of live rock music heard through a loudspeaker.

The album was an international success. The album sold more than 1,, copies in France, where it was certified Diamond. It was also successful in seven other countries, including New Zealand. The album was released as a double LP and as a single Compact Cassette. In it was issued as a single CD. Various reissues in different formats have occurred, including, alongside the DVD, a 2-CD-release also containing the two missing songs from the original album.

The concert was filmed for television broadcast and the home video market. The concert and recordings were positively received by music critics. Stephen Holden praised the performance in The New York Times the day after the concert; [45] he subsequently praised the live album in Rolling Stone magazine.

An October review in Rolling Stone called the concert "one of the finest performances of []", one that "vividly recaptured another time, an era when well-crafted, melodic pop bore meanings that stretched beyond the musical sphere and into the realms of culture and politics. The duo were disappointed with their performance, particularly Garfunkel, who felt that he sang poorly. Then I got it. This was their first performance in Germany, and had an attendance of around 40, spectators.

Thus Garfunkel dropped out of the project, which then became Simon's November solo album Hearts and Bones. Their next joint public appearance was in , when they performed for their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. When Simon gave another free concert in Central Park on August 15, , [51] he rejected Garfunkel's offer to participate. With donations from the general public and with the help of wealthy benefactors, [53] the park was restored during the s and gained recognition as a major tourist attraction.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved December 12, National Historic Landmark summary listing. More details on that set here. Track listing Disc: 1 1. Robinson 2. Homeward Bound 3. America 4. Scarborough Fair 6. April Come She Will 7.

The Concert in Central Park, an Album by Simon and Garfunkel. Released in March on Warner Bros. (catalog no. 2BSK ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Folk Pop, Pop Rock, Singer/Songwriter.

Say Im Your No. 1 - Various - Wonder Island Hits (Cassette)

This minute track closes out And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside Out, their masterful album, broadening their scope to encompass disco covers You Can Have It All , lounge funk Tired Hippo and menacing visions of Kate Moss Everyday alongside a perfecting of their usual dream-pop and dinner-jazz balladry.

The small town aspects of Hoboken are very appealing. But Nuclear War just seemed like the perfect reaction, the perfect way of playing in the December of Did it feel like an apocalyptic time?

The trio murmur their agreement. It would be with you every second, for a long time. The band wring out every last acid drop from the blotter with this softly buzzing, wafting, psychedelic wigout, made even more heady with the addition of a string section. Archived from the original on 10 May Prometheus Global Media. Music Canada. Archived from the original on 25 February Retrieved 17 August British Phonographic Industry.

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Loving Lyrics: "Ooh baby I feel right. The music sounds better with you. Love might bring us both together. I feel so good. The robots deliver delightfully vocoded musings on inconvenient love on this timeless Discovery cut.

Loving Lyrics: "It might not be the right time. I might not be the right one. But there's something about us, I want to say. The Danish artist's nine-minute confessional is simultaneously melancholy, melodic and mesmerizing. Loving Lyrics: "All that matters is where you lay your head. All I care about is that you're always safe. The French superstar's Grammy Award-winning single explores love's overwhelming power through a pop radio-friendly prism.

Loving Lyrics: "When love takes over, yeah. You know you can't deny. When love takes over, yeah. Ask 10 Skrillex fans what this song means and you'll get 10 different answers. Loving Lyrics: "Bye bye. That's all. Thank you. I like you. We love you. See you next time.

Miss you. With three entries on this list and many more that could have made the cut , Kaskade's clearly a charmer -- and this first single off his album Fire and Ice may be his most affectionate to date.

Loving Lyrics: "You and I could paint the sky together. As the world goes by, we'll go on forever. Look into my eyes. The then-trio's top 40 breakthrough was a rare rave anthem that seamlessly crossed over into commercial radio standout. Loving Lyrics: "All alone, just the beat inside my soul.

Take me home, where my dreams are made of gold. In the zone where the beat is uncontrolled. I know what it feels like. Come on, make me feel alive. The longest-running No. Loving Lyrics: "Yellow diamonds in the light. As your shadow crosses mine.

What it takes to come alive. Likely Alesso's finest moment as a remixer, this main stage-sized take on OneRepublic's reflective ballad is a melodic masterpiece. Loving Lyrics: "If I lose myself tonight, it'll be by your side. If I lose myself tonight, it'll be you and I. This heartfelt love song launched two marquee-sized careers and stole hearts across the world from the first listen. Evocative yet accessible lyrics and top-notch production rendered "Clarity" a ubiquitous radio heavyweight following its release.

Loving Lyrics: "''Cause you are the piece of me I wish I didn't need. Chasing relentlessly, still fight and I don't know why. If our love is tragedy, why are you my remedy? If our love's insanity, why are you my clarity? I've lived the life of a travelling musician and it's been wonderful. I am taking time out from touring now, but I've still got a few ideas on the boil! But the follow-ups didn't sell.

We did our last gig four years ago. I said: "Where do I sign? The remix went back into the charts. In March we were back on Top of the Pops. We've now done a new album called The Best Of and have reformed for a tour. The bell rang and the bloke wouldn't serve me. The next day I put down a drum track and bass line and just shouted, "Two pints of lager and a packet of crisps please. Splodgenessabounds still tours.

Over the past 20 years, there have been seven deaths of people who have been in the band at one time, mainly from heart attacks and liver failures, including Roger Rodent who died in Miles Runt Flat guitar is now stage manager of the Astoria in London. Winston Forbes keyboards and Pat Thetic guitar are electricians. Whiffy Archer, who played paper and comb, runs a naked bungee jumping firm. Baby Greensleeves, our first vocalist, is a bingo caller in Thames Ditton. My girlfriend suggested I send it off somewhere.

But I'm not exactly the easiest package to sell: some fat Asian bloke who does his own recordings. I could only afford to send off five copies.

Mark Radcliffe and Simon Mayo played it on Radio 1. I had more requests than Oasis and was quite freaked out. It was number one in Britain and eight other countries.

Aug 03,  · The South Got Something To Say: A Celebration Of Southern Rap () Our list of the best songs, albums and mixtapes by Southern rappers is .

Ficarei - Anjos - Ficarei (Cassette)

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Ficarei Lyrics: Encontrei algo tao puro e agora eu sei(2x) / Como é bom saber amar / Como é sentir (3x) / Todo o bem que isso faz / È bom sentir e dividir / Pra nos somar / Eu nao quero estar só.

The Gloria Bosom Show - The Sundowners (3) - The Gloria Bosom Show (Vinyl)

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Help Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Download as PDF Printable version. Italiano Nederlands Edit links. Andy Ackerman Marco Zappia. All in the Family Archie Bunker's Place. Gloria begins her new job at a veterinarian's clinic while adjusting to life as a single mother. Gloria Bunker-Stivic returns home to raise her son Joey on her own and works as an assistant to the absent-minded veterinarian Dr. Willard Adams. Gloria reluctantly goes on her first date since her senior prom.

Gloria tries to stop Joey from fighting a bully. Gloria and Dr. Adams make a near-fatal mistake on an emergency call. The album certainly has a distinct 'lates' feel to it, but this in no way lessens the enjoyment attained from listening through this collection.

I fully agree with Dave Cartwright's remark above - that many of the tunes are extremely catchy - the sort that keep buzzing though your head all day long on an alternating basis - as if your brain has an 'auto-record changer' built-in to it. I am very surprised that Cliff didn't re-introduce many of these songs on his later albums. The humour is undeniable: I nearly fell off my chair laughing the first time I heard 'Trousers'. It's not so immediately obvious in 'The Mule'; where, initially, Clifford appears to be singing to his lady-friend, informing her that she is holding him back, and he wants his freedom etc.

Then comes the middle verse which leaves one thinking "what on earth is he on about? Then comes the punch line - right at the end. I just cracked up laughing once more. But, of course, there's more than just humour: there is the usual abundance of romantic material too.

From a composition point of view - some songs lack a little polish here and there, and the recording quality leaves a little to be desired in places; nevertheless; this album is extremely good, particularly when one considers its pedigree; and, despite its 'dated' feel, is certainly amply equipped to take its rightfull place, among Cliff's musical arsenal.

Aptly named - it is well worth obtaining - no question at all! Dave Cartwright, author of Bittersweet , the official Clifford T. She starts going to singles discos, where she meets and immediately starts a relationship with Rodolfo, who operates an amusement park in the outskirts of the city.

Seven years older than Gloria and divorced only a year ago, Rodolfo remains incredibly close to his two grown-up daughters. Neither one works and rely on Rodolfo for financial support. As a result, he never turns off his mobile phone, answering it immediately if a daughter calls regardless of where he is.

He takes Gloria on a date to his amusement park where the two share a kiss. After a successful lunch with Rodolfo and her friends, Gloria introduces Rodolfo to her family at a birthday dinner for her son, where she encounters her ex-husband, Gabriel. When the other guests ask Rodolfo about his career, he says he was an officer in the Chilean Navy and struggles to keep up with the barrage of questions from Gloria's family. After some heavy drinking, Gloria becomes too friendly with Gabriel, much to Rodolfo's discomfort.

He leaves the room to answer a daughter's call and does not return. Furious at this, Gloria breaks off their relationship the following day. Rodolfo meets Gloria at her office the next day, defending his actions at the party and reprimanding Gloria for her behavior.

Upon arriving at their room, one of Rodolfo's daughters calls to say that her mother has been in an accident and Rodolfo must come home straight away. Gloria attempts to leave but Rodolfo stops her. She strips and they have sex. The two then go down to dinner, where they make plans to go away for a vacation as a couple.

Gloria asks to see his mobile phone and then drops it into his soup.

3) My, My What A Day 4) I'd Like To Take You Out Tonight 5) Wait A Minute You Fool 6) Session Singer 7) Learning My Part 8) Love In The Song 9) The Mule: 10) Sympathy 11) The Gloria Bosom Show 12) Sylvie 13) Not To Mention Her Smile 14) Got To Get Into Your Way Of Life 15) Trousers 16) Here's 'Til Then 17) There's No Such Thing 18) Attraction.

My Baby Just Cares For Me

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Feb 01,  · "My Baby Just Cares For Me" Nina Simone Album - Little Girl Blue Thanks to eyebright for “the basic jazz style chords for the song.” They did the heavy lifting posting these chords in a comment on another version of this song. All I did was submit it as an official tab adding chords throughout the song/5(3).

Night Ride - Various - Trains & Cars (CD)

The first of the two nightly departures from St Pancras was the But one could book from St Pancras as far as Galashiels which was the train's last scheduled stop before the Scottish capital. The onward journey was via Nottingham, Sheffield, Leeds, the Settle and Carlisle line then the Waverley route to Edinburgh, where the train terminated at The second night sleeper departure from St Pancras was at The main part of the train travelled to Aberdeen via Dundee, but there were also through carriages to Fort William via Dumbarton and the West Highland Line.

The journey from London to Fort William took just under 15 hours. It was called The Night Scotsman and was reserved exclusively for sleeping car passengers.

Its Arrival in Edinburgh was at So there was yet another late sleeper geared more to the Tyneside market, although this service also continued right through to Edinburgh. Sleeping cars were detached at both Darlington and Newcastle, and in each case passengers were not required to disembarked until Arrival in the Scottish capital was at The supplement for travel sixty years ago in a single occupancy sleeper compartment from London to Scotland was two pounds.

This was of course in additional to the regular rail fare. There was no great luxury. Compartments were small. Full bedding was provided on all overnight journeys in sleeping cars. Each compartment had a small washbasin. En-suite facilities were unknown in those days, but there was a shared toilet at the end of each carriage.

The word compartment has been ditched in favour of the more elegant-sounding room. There are classic rooms and club rooms, the latter with en-suite facilities. It is even possible to book a room with a double bed. How times have changed! The 16th edition of the book includes Anglo-Scottish routes for the first time. Nicky and Susanne manage hidden europe , a Berlin-based editorial bureau that supplies text and images to media across Europe. Together they edit hidden europe magazine.

The 16th edition of that book was published in October You'll find a list of outlets that sell the book on this website. Leave this box empty it is a trap for auto-spam! Hosted by Wes Modes. Night Ride is all about the narrative voice. A dreamy collage of story and music. A journey with many voices on a long late night drive. Each week, Night Ride explores a different theme.

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Archived from the original on April 11, Reporter Online. Many compilations of train songs, including others in this series by Rounder, focus on country and folk music, but this set shows that people sang about trains regardless of musical genre or their own ethnic origin. Leadbelly adapted Rock Island line in the 's, most notably adding the discussion about pig iron and livestock. Others including Johnny Cash and Lonnie Donegan covered his version in the 's and beyond.

However, the version here, by Linda Tillery and the cultural heritage choir, is more faithful to the song as it existed before Leadbelly made the changes that we now tend to assume were always there. Esther had a top ten American hit in the sixties with Release me, a song which was originally a country hit for Ray Price but which is now associated with Engelbert Humperdinck. Esther does a superb job on Mystery Train. A high standard is maintained throughout this set, beginning with Louis Jordan's classic rendition of Choo choo ch' boogie.

Other train classics can be found here, including Trouble in mind and Boogie-woogie choo choo train. Enjoyed every minute. Awesome collection of songs! I love this CD. The CD is "Nice" and well put together. The songs are legitimate train songs. The singers and groups however are unknowns so it doesn't sound "quite right".

Suggest "save money and learn the songs yourself" or use these CD's for that purpose. I guess they are all out of production now as evidenced by the current prices. One can not find a more complete collection of railroad songs anywhere. The songs included on Night Train provide some insight from the perspective of African Americans. They were more than porters on passenger trains; they loaded the freight cars, they kept the fires burning in the sandhouse, they maintained the tracks the trains ran on, they trimmed the wicks of the caboose lanterns.

This collection of songs are performances from a different time, unless one lived during that time, the artists will be unfamiliar.

I am glad I have this piece of history. This is a good collection of railroad songs. This is not a review but I am desperate and need help.

This is driving me crazy Years ago my Grandmother used to sing many of the old railroad songs. I am getting desperate trying to find it someplace on line. If the baby is OK, the light will be green. I know I did not imagine this song, but I just cannot remember the words.

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