Best-selling authors Jeffery Deaver and Anne Perry join rising stars like Dana Chamblee Carpenter and Paul Gail Benson in a collection that proves Music City is a deadly place to be when your song gets called. Featuring stories by Donald Bain, Robert Dugoni, Jefferson Bass, Mary Burton, Jonathan Stone, Steven James, Maggie Toussaint, Clay Stafford, Heywood Gould, Jaden Terrell, and more.... Every year some of the biggest names in the thriller world converge in Tennessee for the Killer Nashville conference, an event where stars of the genre rub elbows with their most devoted fans, where the best sellers of tomorrow pick up tricks of the trade, and where some of the best writers of today swap dark tales of good deals gone bad, rights made wrong, and murder in all shades.... This collection of new stories features some of the biggest names in suspense, from best sellers to ferociously talented newcomers. Grouped around the classic theme of murder, Killer Nashville Noir: Cold-Blooded is a first-class collection and a must-have for fans of the genre. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Nicholas Techosky, Jennifer Riker, Kevin Stillwell. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/028213/bk_adbl_028213_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
“The Long Ryders were formed in 1982 by young American musicians influenced by Gram Parsons, C&W, The Byrds, and the punk scene found in their hometown of Los Angeles. The Long Ryders were an anecdoteto formula stadium rock and wimpy synth-pop.”The founders of alt-country, The Long Ryders, release their first new album in over thirty years on February 15 2019 when “Psychedelic Country Soul “hits the airwaves and enters the shops. Featuring the classic line-up of Sid Griffin, Stephen McCarthy, Tom Stevens and Greg Sowders, it makes the day after Valentine’s Day as much a romantic celebration. The stunning new album follows hot on the heels of the deluxe reissue treatment given to two classic Long Ryders long players, “State of Our Union” and “Two-Fisted Tales”.The band featured Sid Griffin on guitar, autoharp, and harmonica, Stephen McCarthy on guitar, steel guitar, mandolin, and banjo, Tom Stevens, bass, and Greg Sowders, playing drums and percussion.With a sound reminiscent of the Buffalo Springfield and The Flying Burrito Brothers, but with a harder edge, they anticipated the alternative country music of the 1990s by a decade.Featuring eleven new Long Ryders compositions and a tribute cover of the late great Tom Petty’s song ‘Walls’, this is a Long Ryders for the 21st century, kicking off with the anthemic ‘Greenville’, a track which proves the band haven’t lost any of that magic guitar interplay. ‘Molly Somebody’ is an eclectic pop tune that doesn’t neglect any of their country and rock sensibilities, while the likes of ‘What the Eagle Sees’ reflects the energy of early punk and power pop that so informed them in the early days. You can still hear their personal connection with the music of the 1960s’, but as ever The Long Ryders aren’t a band who live in the past. Album closer ‘Psychedelic Country Soul’ is the greatest testament to that, performed like the previous 11 songs, with precision and fire, the guitars weave and harmonicas build and ebb, the song spreading like wildfire. The Long Ryders have always been celebrated for what they have to say as much as the music they make. With “Psychedelic Country Soul” their message delivered with 12 strings and never-ending harmonies has never been clearer.This is a Long Ryders album which stands up with their classic albums such as “Native Sons” and their unforgettable single ‘Looking For Lewis And Clark’. “Psychedelic Country Soul” will certainly sit on many Best Of lists at the end of the year. But you can note its worthiness when you hear it February 15, 2019. It is that good.1. GREENVILLE2. LET IT FLY3. MOLLY SOMEBODY4. ALL ABOARD5. MAKE IT REAL6. IF YOU WANT TO SEE ME CRY7. WHAT THE EAGLE SEES8. CALIFORNIA STATE LINE9. THE SOUND10. WALLS11.BELLS OF AUGUST12.PSYCHEDELIC COUNTRY SOUL
Floating Points hat so viele Gestalten, dass es ohnehin nicht einfach ist, ihn irgendwie einzuordnen. Da ist zum einen der Komponist, dessen Debütalbum Elaenia im Jahr 2015 begeisterte Kritiken erhielt, darunter als Pitchforks Best New Music und Resident Advisor's Album of the Year - und ihn von den Tanzflächen auf die Festivalbühnen weltweit brachte. Neben seiner Labelarbeit für Imprint Melodies International und seinem fantastischen Beitrag für die renommierte "Late Night Tales" Serie, erscheint jetzt endlich nach vier Jahren Wartezeit sein neues Studioalbum. Auf "Crush" hat Shepherd einige seiner bisher stärksten und treibendsten Tracks produziert, mit Blick auf die britische Bass-Szene (aus der er in den späten 2000er Jahren selbst hervorgegangen ist), wie beispielsweise die zuvor veröffentlichte markante Lead-Single LesAlpx (Pitchforks Best New Track). Auf Crush sind allerdings auch einige seiner ausdrucksstärksten Songs zu finden: seine charakteristische Melancholie ist in den erhabeneren, sanfteren Momenten des Albums oder im Buchla-Synthesizer zu finden, dessen unheimliche Modulation das Album prägt. Sein neues Album fühlt sich augenblicklich an - und lebendig. Es ist der Klang der vielen Seiten von Floating Points, die auf diesem Werk genial miteinander verschmelzen.Formate:- CD im Digipak inklusive ausfaltbarem Booklet- Schwarzes Heavyweight Vinyl (140g) im Standard Sleeve inklusive Booklet und Downloadcode
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Smiths were an English rock band formed in Manchester in 1982. Based on the songwriting partnership of Morrissey (vocals) and Johnny Marr (guitar), the band also included Andy Rourke (bass) and Mike Joyce (drums). Critics have called them the most important alternative rock band to emerge from the British independent music scene of the 1980s, and the group has had a major influence on subsequent artists. Morrissey''s lovelorn tales of alienation found an audience amongst youth culture bored by the ubiquitous synthesizer-pop bands of the early 1980s, while Marr''s complex melodies helped return guitar-based music to popularity in Britain.