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As heard on Sirius XM Radio and NPR stations!This is epic science-fiction fantasy comedy, in the Monty Python/Terry Gilliam vein, about a boy and his professor who travel willy-nilly across time and space in a failed attempt to ''cure the world of all its ills''. Produced, directed, and voiced by Joe Bevilacqua, with David Garland and Margaret Juntwait, written by Joe Bevilacqua and Robert J. Cirasa, theme music by David Garland, musical numbers written by Joe Bevilacqua, performed by the Paul Salomone Trio with Paul on piano, Ed Fuqua on bass, and Jim Mason on drums. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Mr. Joe Bevilacqua, David Garland, Margaret Juntwait. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/watr/000014/bk_watr_000014_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
What have you got when you Got the Life? From Korn's legendary bassist comes a no-holds-barred look at the extreme highs and drug-and-booze-fueled lows of the biggest heavy metal band of our era Music was in his bones. From the time he was an infant, Fieldy watched his dad's band perform, and soon enough he found his own calling: the bass. After high school, with a guitar and little else, he left his small California town for the music scene in L.A. Before long, Fieldy, Brian "Head" Welch, James "Munky" Shaffer, drummer David Silveria, and Jonathan Davis would gel together and form a band with a completely new sound - Korn. What happened next was something Fieldy had always dreamed of but was totally unprepared for: Korn exploded, skyrocketing to the top of the charts and fronting the nu metal phenomenon. Fieldy was thrust into the fast-paced, hard-rocking spotlight. Korn began to tour incessantly, creating intense live shows fueled by wild offstage antics. Fieldy became a rock star, and he acted like one, notorious not only for his one-of-a-kind bass lines, but also for his hard-partying, womanizing, bad-boy ways. The more drugs he took, the more booze he drank, the worse he became: He was unfaithful, abusive, mean, and sometimes violent. By all appearances, Fieldy had the life. But he was on the dark path of excess, alienating friends, families, and loved ones, nearly destroying himself and the band. It took an unexpected tragedy to straighten him out: the death of his father, a born-again Christian, to a mysterious illness. Following his father's dying wish, Fieldy found God. Filled with the spirit of his new faith, Fieldy quit drugs and drinking cold turkey, and found the best part of himself. With never-before-seen photos, and never-before-heard stories, Got the Life is raw, candid, and inspiring - the ultimate story of rock and redemption. 1. Language: English. Narrator: William Dufris. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/harp/001820/bk_harp_001820_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Your soul holds a massive record collection: melodies, rhythms, and bass lines. Memories that ask you to dance and memories that haunt you in a minor key. Lies that become soundtracks to your days while truths play too softly to be heard. Spoken word poet Amena Brown’s broken records played messages about how she wasn’t worthy to be loved. How to Fix a Broken Record chronicles her journey of healing as she’s allowed the music of God’s love to replace the scratchy taunts of her past. From bad dates to marriage lessons at Waffle House, from learning to love her hair to learning to love an unexpected season of life, from discovering the power of saying no and the freedom to say yes, Amena offers keep-it-real stories your soul can relate to. The hurtful words of others and the failures of your past often determine what record you play the most in your mind. Those painful repetitions can become loud at the most inopportune time, keeping you from speaking up, pursuing your dreams, and growing closer to God. Recognize the negative messages that play on repeat every day in your mind. Learn how to replace them with the truth that you are a beloved child of God. And discover how to laugh along the way as you find new joy in the beautiful music of your life. A bonus audio track is included in the How to Fix a Broken Record audiobook, which features a special spoken-word performance by author Amena Brown. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Amena Brown. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/zond/001775/bk_zond_001775_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Angels We Have Heard on High Pure Sheet Music for Piano and Double Bass Arranged by Lars Christian Lundholm ab 4.49 EURO
Angels We Have Heard on High Pure Sheet Music for Organ and Double Bass Arranged by Lars Christian Lundholm ab 3.49 EURO
Anfang der 2000er hatten NIZA großen Erfolg nicht nur in der spanischen Popszene, sondern auch Hits in Frankreich, England, USA, Taiwan, South Korea und Japan.nnAnfang der 2000er hatten NIZA großen Erfolg nicht nur in der spanischen Popszene, sondern auch Hits in Frankreich, England, USA, Taiwan, South Korea und Japan. 25th ELEFANT RECORDS ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION - We are continuing with the re-releases for Elefant Records' 25th anniversary collection. This time, we're back with a small gem that turned out to be the only full-length from the group formed by Roberto Martín and Silvia Sanz, or as they were also known, NIZA. Their moment on the Spanish pop scene was as fast and bright as a shooting star, and with only one album and two singles their music was heard in France, England, USA, Taiwan, South Korea, Japan Their releases sold out at the speed of light, and the rarities, B-sides, and lesser-known work that were scattered by labels half the world over turned them into collector's items. Canciones De Temporada (2002) was such a special album, marked by those two solstices - summer and winter - that closed each of the sides of the vinyl. In hindsight, we have the feeling it was an unpredictable incident, an exquisite earthquake, something inimitable. Mark Radcliffe played them on the BBC, LAMPCHOP had them as special guests in three concerts in Spain, the first edition of their album was sold out in less than a month, they were at the top of best-seller lists in FNAC after being named Talento FNAC, they participated in the Soft Pop Tour in Madrid, they performed with Britain's TREMBLING BLUE STARS, HARPER LEE, and LOVEJOY, their albums were licensed for sale in Taiwan, South Korea, and Japan What they did worked so well it seemed simple, but it wasn't. Songs that mixed pop with a soul accent, lounge music, chamber folk, electro-pop, and bossanova. Influences like Claudine Longet, Astrud Gilberto, Jeanette, and LE MANS. That delicate and precious pop spirit, with great attention paid to every single detail that makes up the album, is what brought them national and international recognition. The album credits made it clear that this was not a public secret, but something much bigger: Guille Mostaza (ELLOS) on bass, Eric (LOS PLANETAS) on drums and percussion, Guille Milkyway (LA CASA AZUL) singing on Parasol, the Granada City Orchestra giving prestige to the wind and string arrangements, produced and mixed by Ian Catt (SAINT ETIENNE, THE FIELD MICE, SHAMPOO, THE SCHOOL, and a long etcetera), recorded in the Refugio Antiaéreo in Granada by Carlos Hernández (LOS PLANETAS, COOPER, AIRBAG...) TRACKS: LP1: 01 Amor Cúbico 02 Por Las Tardes 03 Parasol 04 Septiembre 05 Inés 06 Isolée 07 Jamás Te He Olvidado (Extra Track) 08 Solsticio De Verano 09 No Me Digas Que Estoy Sola (Unreleased Version) 10 Tan Frágil 11 A Contraluz 12 Radio Star (Extra Track) 13 Tal Como Éramos 14 Universo 15 Solsticio De Invierno LP2 (Live Club Cay, Tokyo 2005): 01 A Contraluz 02 Tal Como Éramos 03 Por Las Tardes 04 Parasol 05 Inés 06 Radio Star 07 Isolée 08 Septiembre 09 Bizarre Love Triangle 10 Universo 11 Amor Cúbico 12 El Muchacho De Los Ojos Tristes 13 Solsticio De Invierno
Like a newly discovered old band, Coldkill is like making out with your high school girlfriend all over again. (-Lüke Haughwøut, Mechanical Harvest)nnWenn Du ein Kind der 80er bist oder Dir nichts sehnlicher wünschst als dass Du eines wärst und Dir deshalb nur eines zum Glück fehlt: das Gefühl zu wissen, wie es in den 80ern denn nun wirklich war, dann kannst Du das Gefühl zumindest akkustisch nun erleben. Rexx Arkana [FGFC820/Bruderschaft] und Eric Eldredge [Interface] neues Projekt Coldkill hat tiefe Wurzeln im New Wave Sound der 80ziger. Die komplette Instrumentierung basiert auf 1980 Modellen, wenn ein Synth nicht in den 80zigen gebaut wurde dann wird er auch nicht benutzt. Diese selbstauferlegte Beschränkung gibt Coldkill's Erstling Focus und einen organischen, klassischen Sound. Kraftwerk meets DAF - klare Strukturen und Rhytmen geben der Stimme von Arkana genug Raum um ein Feuerwerk von Melancholie und Verlangen abzubrennen. Die besten Themen sind direkt aus dem Leben gegriffen und Arkana transformiert eine Amor Fou und seine Krebs Erkrankung in Kunst. Eric Eldredge - das musikalische Mastermind in der Band kreiert eine brillante Mixtur aus dynamischen Beats und catchy Bass Lines. Dieses Rhythmus Gerüst wir von Eldredge mit Hilfe von aggressiven Lead Synths und wunderschönen Flächen in bestechende Songs verwandelt. Intensiv, tanzbar und mitreissend. Officially founded in 2015, Coldkill was effectively born in the 80s, during an era of electronic music innovation much mimicked but rarely replicated by contemporary culture. It was a time of cold wars and colder waves of synthesized harmonics making their way into homes, whilst a wild and wide-eyed youth soaked up influences that would define a unique generation. Rexx and Eric grew up here, amidst the melancholy tones of DMode and the militaristic chants of F242 and NE. Two suburban teens, wrapped in all the angst of a world awry, drawn to the distant sounds of Europe's New Wave. Arkana took up the fight early, gigging at local clubs before taking to the college radio airwaves of Syracuse University's WERW in 1987. This initial step behind the curtain led to a 10+ year professional career in college radio and club DJ promotions. Here he scored numerous number one records on College Music Journal's RPM Electronic Music Charts and worked with nearly every label of note in the goth/industrial/electronic scene, including Wax Trax!, Nettwerk, Nothing, Interscope and a large line up of audio indies long since dead and gone. Over a nearly thirty year career in the scene, Arkana has headlined Wave Gotik Treffen's Agra Halle as a DJ, hosted his own local origination alternative arts cable program (Back Alley), served as Managing Editor of the full color glossy international music magazine Interface, hosted the first ever Industrial discussion panel at CMJ's Music Marathon, featuring Wolfgang Flür and Genesis P-Orridge, and interviewed with Anderson Cooper on ABC News as an expert on goth culture in the wake of the shootings at Columbine. In 2003, Arkana stepped from the backstage to the front stage with the inception of his Bruderschaft collaborative project, which to date has united artists from such groups as VNV Nation, Covenant, Apoptygma Berzerk, Haujobb, Icon of Coil, Aesthetic Perfection, Assemblage 23, Beborn Beton, Imperative Reaction and more. In 2006, he teamed with fellow NYC DJ Dräcos von Strecker to form the harsh EBM outfit FGFC820, which has gone on to headline festivals from Moscow to Mexico City. Throughout, Arkana's love for simple 80s melodies and the forlorn melancholy of youthful angst never once subsided. It was during recording sessions for the short-lived (and memorably scantily-clad) Armor project that Arkana and Eldredge - who initially met a decade before at NYC's famous nightclub, The Bank - bonded over anachronistic sound palettes and the music of their youth. So began the infancy of Coldkill. Eldredge was no stranger to the electronic scene. His internationally-acclaimed Interface project blends different elements of various such styles into its own brand of melodic futurepop with a decidedly emotional edge. Eldredge originally founded the band in 1993 and has released a prolific amount of material in his own right since: The Artemis Complex debut album (1999), Angels in Disguise (2002), Beyond Humanity (2006), Destination Focus (2008), and Visions Of Modern Life (2009). Interface's sound has ranged from aggressive industrial (Frantic, Metalstorm) to dance floor anthems (Age of Computers, Wasted Time) to soft ballads rich in texture and ambience (The Softest Blade and Labyrinth). Together, Arkana and Eldredge provide Coldkill with an aura of melodic melancholia reminiscent of the music that shaped their formative years. Unlike many of their myriad minimal or synth wave contemporaries, Coldkill has imposed strict self-restraints on their audio arsenal, limiting themselves to the sole employment of sounds that existed during the epoch they seek to emulate. If the native instrument wasn't available then, it's outside the scope of the project. The result is a very minimal approach - bereft of modern-day multi-tracking or slick production tricks - that evokes in many listeners a sense of nostalgia unique unto itself. The band's art direction, led by well-known Washington, D.C. graphic designer Vladimir McNeally and featuring the exclusive photography of Mexican artist Leslie Monreal, similarly dispatches with the heavy handed branding agendas of many new popular acts in favor of a return to the subtle black and white metaphors of 80s-era coldwave and goth. Many have already noted the band's limited output (two self-released digital 12s via bandcamp - I'm Yours and Invisible - comprise the Coldkill catalog to date) and offered up their support. Leading scene ezine, I Die: You Die has thrice featured the band on their regular Tracks recommendations, proclaiming: good stuff somewhere in the neighbourhood of some of the excellent melancholy synthpop we were hearing in the early days of the millennium it's cool to hear Rexx finding his way to a new vocal style that's all his own we've already received two excellent maxi-singles from (the) moody synthpop project bits like this which confirm the downcast yet slinky mode Coldkill seems to be thriving in. Andi Harriman - Village Voice contributor, scene historian and author of The Postpunk Project: Some Wear Leather, Some Wear Lace has written: (Coldkill) pays homage to the catchy, sticky sweet sadness of songs from our new wave record collections: the familiar favorites that console us when we need a good cry. (Their music) is a testament to their placement within the ancestry of synthpop: saluting the past while securing relevancy for the future. Meanwhile, Adam at A Model of Control raves: There is something wonderfully cool and detached in what Coldkill are doing, channeling the best moments of Covenant in particular. There are the distant, controlled vocals, precise drum programming and nagging synth hooks that come together to produce track after track of brilliant, post-futurepop. I'm really quite excited to hear the album now, as there has been nothing I haven't liked about their material so far. Finally, videographer Lüke Haughwøut, of Mechanical Harvest and COMA Music Magazine, described the band's sound uniquely as: it's like rediscovering an old band you'd never heard of before, or making out with your high school girlfriend all over again. The band - recently signed to San Francisco (via Germany) indie COP International Records - is currently putting the finishing touches on their full length debut, Distance by Design, which Arkana describes as a catalog of love songs for loves lost. If you grew up blanketed in the security of early electronic sounds of the 80s - or if you just wish you did and want a sense of what it felt like to be there - Coldkill welcomes you to share in the love of our melodic melancholia. TRACKS: 1. All is not line 2. In here 3. Angel unaware 4. I'm yours 5. Black or white 6. Distance by design 7. Memories 8. Systematic 9. Leave it all behind 10. Tables
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Tom Brown (June 3, 1888 March 25, 1958), sometimes known by the nickname Red Brown, was an early New Orleans dixieland jazz trombonist. He also played string bass professionally. Tom P. Brown was born in Uptown New Orleans, Louisiana. His younger brother Steve Brown also became a prominent professional musician. He played trombone with the bands of Papa Jack Laine and Frank Christian, by 1910 usually worked leading bands under his own name. The band played in a style then locally known as "hot ragtime" or "ratty music". In early 1915, his band was heard by Vaudeville dancer Joe Frisco who then arranged a job for Brown''s band in Chicago, Illinois.