Good Medicine And Good Music

Dianne Reeves - Good Night and Good Luck (Music From And Inspired By The Motion Picture) (2005)

Dianne Reeves - Good Night and Good Luck (Music From And Inspired By The Motion Picture) (2005)
Vocal Jazz, Soundtrack | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 51 min | 117 MB
Label: Concord Records | Rel: 2005

George Clooney's 2005 film Good Night, and Good Luck is set in New York City during the '50s, and the director decided the right music to go with the black-and-white cinematography was jazz. More specifically, current recordings from vocalist Dianne Reeves and a small combo featuring some silky smooth tenor and alto sax from Matt Catingub, Peter Martin on piano, and Jeff Hamilton on drums with Robert Hurst and Christoph Luty splitting bass duties. The tunes are mostly classic ballads and smoky standards (all picked by Clooney) that Reeves and the group handle with a satisfyingly light touch. She gives the songs plenty of emotion but never over-sings, lending the recording a very intimate feel.

Good Medicine and Good Music [Repost]  

Posted by ChrisRedfield at March 15, 2014
Good Medicine and Good Music [Repost]

David W. Hursh, Chris Goertzen - Good Medicine and Good Music: A Biography of Mrs. Joe Person, Patent Remedy Entrepreneur and Musician, Including the Complete Text of Her 1903
Published: 2009-06-13 | ISBN: 0786434597 | PDF | 216 pages | 10 MB
Good Medicine and Good Music: A Biography of Mrs. Joe Person

Good Medicine and Good Music: A Biography of Mrs. Joe Person, Patent Remedy Entrepreneur and Musician, Including the Complete Text of Her 1903 Autobiography
Publisher: McFarland | ISBN: 0786434597 | edition 2009 | PDF | 216 pages | 11,1 mb

Alice Morgan Person (1840-1913) was a colorful North Carolinian. Born wealthy and married well, she fell into hardship after the Civil War but remarkably overcame it by marketing her own patent medicine and playing and sharing her arrangements of folk tunes. Presented here is her previously unpublished autobiography as well as a detailed account of her life based on new research and first-hand accounts. Her place in the histories of American patentmedicine and southern folk music are discussed.
The Nashville Sound: Authenticity, Commercialization, and Country Music by Joli Jensen

The Nashville Sound: Authenticity, Commercialization, and Country Music by Joli Jensen
English | June 30, 1998 | ISBN: 082651314X | 485 Pages | EPUB | 1 MB

The Nashville Sound explores why the concept of authenticity in country music is so crucial to so many of its fans. It does this by examining the dramatic changes that occurred in country music in the 1950s and 1960s.
Elsevier's Dictionary of Medicine and Biology: In English, Greek, German, Italian, and Latin; Part 1, Basic Table (repost)

Elsevier's Dictionary of Medicine and Biology: In English, Greek, German, Italian, and Latin; Part 1, Basic Table by Giannis Konstantinidis
English | ISBN: 0444521135 | edition 2005 | PDF | 1837 pages | 21,3 mb

This dictionary contains a total of about 27.500 main English entries, and over of 130.000 translations that should normally sufficiently cover all fields of life sciences. The basic criteria used to accept a word a part of the dictionary during the development period in order of importance were usage, up-to-dateness, specificity, simplicity and conceptual relationships.
Vladimir Ussachevsky (1911-1990) - Electronic and Acoustic Music Music [Re-Upload]

Vladimir Ussachevsky (1911-1990) - Electronic and Acoustic Music [Re-Upload]
Works 1957-1972 / Film Music
Contemporary | EAC (ape + cue) | 2CD 63:55 - 58:05 | Artworks & booklets | 540 MB | RS

Vladimir Ussachevsky was one of the most significant pioneers in the composition of electronic music, and one of its most potent forces. Born in 1911 in Manchuria, China, Ussachevsky was the son of a Russian Army captain. His childhood was spent on the windswept and sparsely settled Manchurian plain, visiting with the nomadic tribesmen in their tents, and singing Old Slavonic chants as an altar boy in the local Russian Orthodox church. By the time he arrived in California, at the age of nineteen, he was a skilled pianist gifted in the interpretation of Romantic music, and a fluent improvisor. ……….
Unknown to Ussachevsky, the first experiments in tape and electronic music had begun two or three years earlier in France with the "musique concrète" of Pierre Schaeffer and Pierre Henry and, one year before, in Germany with the founding of the Cologne electronic-music studio by Herbert Eimert. Ussachevsky's first experiments began in 1951 when the Columbia Music Department acquired an Ampex 400 tape recorder, which together with a microphone, a pair of earphones, and a borrowed Magnecord recorder, constituted the entire equipment of the first American electronic-music studio. ……..
It is perhaps not far-fetched to describe Ussachevsky as one of the most enigmatic and self-effacing figures in new American music after World War II. He was an intensely personal man who combined Old World charm and courtliness with humor and American get-up-and-go. He talked little about himself or the fact that he had been brought up in an unusual time and place that had already ceased to exist.
pout-pourri from the attached booklets

An Introduction to Molecular Medicine and Gene Therapy  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Sonora at Oct. 27, 2006
An Introduction to Molecular Medicine and Gene Therapy

An Introduction to Molecular Medicine and Gene Therapy
edited by Thomas F. Kresina
Wiley-Liss | ISBN 0-471-22387-5 | 2001 | PDF | 386 pages | 4.1 MB

Gene therapy, or the use of genetic manipulation for disease treatment, is derived from advances in genetics, molecular biology, clinical medicine, and human genomics. Molecular medicine, the application of molecular biological techniques to disease treatment and diagnosis, is derived from the development of human organ transplantation, pharmacotherapy, and elucidation of the human genome. An Introduction to Molecular Medicine and Gene Therapy provides a basis for interpreting new clinical and basic research findings in the areas of cloning, gene transfer, and targeting; the applications of genetic medicine to clinical conditions; ethics and governmental regulations; and the burgeoning fields of genomics, biotechnology, and bioinformatics. By dividing the material into three sections - an introduction to basic science, a review of clinical applications, and a discussion of the evolving issues related to gene therapy and molecular medicine-this comprehensive manual describes the basic approaches to the broad range of actual and potential genetic-based therapies.

Kaiti Garbi - 18 Album - 13-18  Music

Posted by izmirli at June 1, 2006
Kaiti Garbi - 18 Album - 13-18

Kaiti Garbi - 18 Album - 13-18

Kaiti Garbi - 18 Album - 13-18

Kaiti Garbi - 18 Album - 13-18

Kaiti Garbi - 18 Album - 13-18

Kaiti Garbi - 18 Album - 13-18

Kaiti Garbi - 18 Album - 13-18
Greek Pop | MP3 | 192 Kbps | 21 - 147Mb

CreativeMarket - Good Music Inc.  

Posted by angus77 at Sept. 11, 2015
CreativeMarket - Good Music Inc.

CreativeMarket - Good Music Inc.
Photoshop PSD | 3000x2000 | 264 MB
Music that works: Contributions of biology, neurophysiology, psychology, sociology, medicine and musicology [Repost]

Roland Haas, ‎Vera Brandes - Music that works: Contributions of biology, neurophysiology, psychology, sociology, medicine and musicology
Published: 2009-07-17 | ISBN: 3211751203 | PDF | 342 pages | 6 MB