Amiya Inspiration is an artistic, musical, and educational project inviting the spectators and participants to live music shows, seminars, and social initiatives. The initiator of Amiya Inspiration is Andre Pabarcuite from Lithuania - an artist, muse, singer, actress, composer, producer, emotional intelligence trainer, the founder of personal and spiritual growth centres The School of the Sacred Feminine and "SoulACTION", and the author of the books "The School of the Sacred Feminine" and "Eternal Honeymoon". Through its entire activity, Amiya Inspiration creates, maintains, and encourages the idea of a positive world that reveals the genius of feminine and masculine natures. The music will be based on the classic Enigma sound, feature Amiya in speech, experimental vocals and tribal chants…
These two Maze albums slapped onto one disc will command a permanent slot in your CD changer. Features some of Beverly's most inspiring compositions ("Timin'" and "Lovely Inspiration"), his most romantic ("Call on Me" and "The Look In Your Eyes"), as well as up-tempo show openers and closers ("Feel That You're Feelin'"), and the one that made the band a favorite with ladies where they shop for groceries at Piggly Wiggly's, "Southern Girl."
Explore how designer Martina Flor uses her handwriting to create a piece of Script Lettering. In this 60-minute class, you will learn her step-by-step process for transforming spontaneous handwriting into a lettering piece. Martina will give you a insight on her process creating lettering and share tips to to turn an spontaneous/imperfect handwritten expression into a personal and unique script design.
Yvonne is a Parisian woman with a disreputable past. When this past returns to haunt her, she decides to leave her boyfriend in order to presever his honor. Later, she returns to him, but the couple have many more trials to face.
Bar jazz is not a term for a musical genre, it is rather a conceptual idea or a special mood. Let Dianne Reeves beguile with her confessional "You Taught My Heart To Sing" or Brazilian super star Eliane Elias with a tantalizing version of "How Insensitive". Relax even more with the warm sound of Miles Davis and the dignified style of Stan Getz. Now, grab a coctail and settle down in a comfortable lounge chair. All set for a perfect hour of bar jazz at its best.
Like Stevie Wonder and Allen Toussaint before him–and Prince and D'Angelo afterward–Shuggie Otis was a musical visionary whose early 1970s recordings showed he could do it all, writing, arranging, performing, and producing some of the decade's most satisfying, innovative, and, unfortunately, overlooked music. This reissue of his 1974 Inspiration Information album–a soulful song cycle that took three years to create and was worth every minute–ranges from early drum machine-driven experiments like "Xl-30" and "Aht Uh Mi Hed" (note the Sly Stone spelling influence) to Otis's most stunning pop confection ever, "Strawberry Letter 23." (The latter song, which ended up being a big hit for the Brothers Johnson, is one of four bonus tracks taken from Otis's 1971 Freedom Flight album). Otis, who once turned down an offer to replace Mick Taylor in the Rolling Stones, continues to perform around the Bay Area on his own and with his father, bandleader Johnny Otis.