An expanded edition with one bonus track (the lone 1976 single, ‘Straighten It Out’ released by Atlantic), Songs For Evolution was produced & mostly written by the Philadelphia team of Joseph Jefferson & Charles Simmons, who had penned a number of classic ‘70s hits for the Spinners including ‘Games People Play,’ ‘Mighty Love’ and ‘Love Don’t Love Nobody’) and recorded at famed Sigma Sound studios in Philly with string arrangements by Jack Faith, featuring the Don Renaldo Strings along with guitarist Bobby Eli.
35 millions year ago, an amazing story started. The biggest island in the world split up from the last leg of continental land. The old creatures who inhabited there found themselves isolated by the ocean. Both, animals and landscape evolved throughout millions of years to create one of the most beautiful, unique and diverse ecosystems in the world. There is no place like this elsewhere. A unique window back to the past that takes us into the early days of our species.
The Chess Evolution Weekly Newsletter (CEWN) is published every Friday and distributed via email in both pgn and pdf formats. The CEWN is available in six different languages; English, French, Spanish, German, Italian and Hungarian. This newsletter is written for players with an elo rating of 1500 - 2400.
rofessor Richard Fortey investigates why islands are natural laboratories of evolution and meets some of the unique and remarkable species that live on them. Examining some of the crucial influences on natural selection that are normally overlooked - like geology, geography, isolation and time - the series reveals that there is much more to evolution than 'survival of the fittest'.