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Rebekka Bakken - I Keep My Cool (2006)  Music

Posted by Domestos at Dec. 10, 2017
Rebekka Bakken - I Keep My Cool (2006)

Rebekka Bakken - I Keep My Cool (2006)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+.cue, log) ~ 242.15 Mb | 39:54 | Covers
Vocal Jazz | Country: Norway | Label: EmArcy ‎– 0602498592564

Rebekka Bakken (born April 4, 1970 in Oslo, Norway) is a Norwegian jazz singer, songwriter and music producer who is often associated with the jazz music, although she herself refuses to characterise herself as a jazz musician. Her voice reaches over three octaves. Bakken began singing in various school bands, before beginning to sing with professional soul, funk and rock bands in 1988. She is known for her particularly expressive and varied voice, performing music that is a combination of folk, jazz and pop.
Girl Gangs, Biker Boys, and Real Cool Cats: Pulp Fiction and Youth Culture, 1950 to 1980

Girl Gangs, Biker Boys, and Real Cool Cats: Pulp Fiction and Youth Culture, 1950 to 1980 by Iain McIntyre,‎ Andrew Nette
English | September 21st, 2017 | ASIN: B076XGBCFX, ISBN: 1629634387 | 449 Pages | EPUB | 24.14 MB

The first comprehensive account of how the rise of postwar youth culture was depicted in mass-market pulp fiction. As the young created new styles in music, fashion, and culture, pulp fiction shadowed their every move, hyping and exploiting their behavior, dress, and language for mass consumption and cheap thrills.

Cool America - January 2018  Magazines

Posted by Pulitzer at Dec. 4, 2017
Cool America - January 2018

Cool America - January 2018
English | 252 pages | True PDF | 103.8 MB
Dizzy Gillespie - The Cool World + Dizzy Goes Hollywood (1996) 2LP in 1CD

Dizzy Gillespie - The Cool World + Dizzy Goes Hollywood (1996) 2LP in 1CD
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 459 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 172 Mb | Scans ~ 102 Mb | 01:15:06
Mainstream Jazz, Bop, Cool, Afro-Cuban Jazz, Soundtracks | Label: Verve | # 531 230-2

This single CD reissues all of the music from two rare Dizzy Gillespie LPs. Dating from 1963-64, the set features the trumpeter's interpretation of the score of the obscure film The Cool World (although these are not the actual performances heard in the movie) plus 11 themes from other films. Gillespie, who is joined by James Moody (on tenor, alto and flute), pianist Kenny Barron, bassist Chris White and drummer Rudy Collins, was in peak form during that era and hopefully all of his other Philips recordings will also be reissued by Verve in the future. Although the liner notes deal only with The Cool World, the other set is actually of greater interest. Gillespie uplifts such tunes as the "Theme from Exodus," "Moon River," "Days of Wine and Roses," "Never on Sunday" and "Walk on the Wild Side," turning them into swinging jazz. The Cool World pieces (all composed by Mal Waldron) are also worth hearing although they are not as memorable overall. This set is a real historical curiosity and, although not essential, it is a release that should please Dizzy Gillespie fans while reminding others of how great a trumpeter he was before his long decline.

Cool Korea - January 2018  Magazines

Posted by Pulitzer at Dec. 4, 2017
Cool Korea - January 2018

Cool Korea - January 2018
English | 97 pages | PDF | 40.7 MB

The Search for Wild Relatives of Cool Season Legumes [Repost]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by ChrisRedfield at Nov. 22, 2017
The Search for Wild Relatives of Cool Season Legumes [Repost]

Gideon Ladizinsky, Shahal Abbo - The Search for Wild Relatives of Cool Season Legumes
Published: 2015-04-08 | ISBN: 3319145045 | PDF | 103 pages | 4.11 MB

Jeremy Wall - Cool Running (1991)  Music

Posted by Domestos at Nov. 18, 2017
Jeremy Wall - Cool Running (1991)

Jeremy Wall - Cool Running (1991)
EAC Rip | FLAC (image+.cue, log) ~ 273.51 Mb | 48:17 | Covers
Smooth Jazz | Country: USA | Label: Amherst Records - AMH 94403

Jeremy Wall is best known for his years with Spyro Gyra, which grew increasingly formulaic and predictable as the 1980s progressed but was still exciting back when the pianist/keyboardist contributed such memorable tunes as "Shakedown" and "Mallet Ballet." Some might have feared that Cool Runnings would be full of boring elevator jazz, but the CD is actually fairly decent. Though not mind-blowing, light and atmospheric pop-jazz offerings like "Ancient Words," "Key West Strut" and the Latin-flavored "Into the Sunset" aren't nearly as contrived as most of the studio recordings Spyro was coming out with at the time.

New Carbon Architecture: Building to Cool the Planet  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by First1 at Nov. 17, 2017
New Carbon Architecture: Building to Cool the Planet

New Carbon Architecture: Building to Cool the Planet by Bruce King
English | November 27th, 2017 | ASIN: B074BT8LR6, ISBN: 0865718687 | 338 Pages | EPUB | 12.05 MB

“Green buildings” that slash energy use and carbon emissions are all the rage, but they aren’t enough. The hidden culprit is embodied carbon―the carbon emitted when materials are mined, manufactured, and transported―comprising some ten percent of global emissions. With the built environment doubling by 2030, buildings are a carbon juggernaut threatening to overwhelm the climate.

Cool Canada - décembre 2017  Magazines

Posted by Shor at Nov. 16, 2017
Cool Canada - décembre 2017

Cool Canada - décembre 2017
French | 70 pages | True PDF | 17.0 MB

Cold War, Cool Medium: Television, McCarthyism, and American Culture  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by First1 at Nov. 15, 2017
Cold War, Cool Medium: Television, McCarthyism, and American Culture

Cold War, Cool Medium: Television, McCarthyism, and American Culture by Thomas Doherty
English | December 6th, 2003 | ASIN: B006J1N196, ISBN: 0231129521, 023112953X | 350 Pages | EPUB | 21.60 MB

Conventional wisdom holds that television was a co-conspirator in the repressions of Cold War America, that it was a facilitator to the blacklist and handmaiden to McCarthyism. But Thomas Doherty argues that, through the influence of television, America actually became a more open and tolerant place. Although many books have been written about this period, Cold War, Cool Medium is the only one to examine it through the lens of television programming.