Written by one of the prominent scholars in the field, this concise, up-to-date text provides a carefully balanced introduction to core topics in the four subfields of general anthropology–physical anthropology, archeology, linguistics, and cultural anthropology–as well as contemporary changes in the field. Since no single or monolithic theoretical perspective orients this book, instructors with a wide range of views and approaches can use it effectively. The combination of brevity and readability make Window on Humanity a perfect match for general anthropology courses that use readings or ethnographies along with a main text.
Live In Munich 2012 captures the final concert on the Scorpions Sting In The Tale world tour at the Olympiahalle in Munich on December 17th, 2012. Scorpions are one of the all-time great live rock bands and this concert is no exception with the band producing a high octane performance in front of a wildly enthusiastic crowd…
Ultraphobic is the fourth studio album by American rock band Warrant. Released on March 7, 1995 on CMC International, after the apparent break-up of the band, the record was regarded as the band's "comeback" album. It features former Kingdom Come and Wild Horses members Rick Steier and James Kottak who came in to replace original band members Joey Allen and Steven Sweet. In all honesty, Ultraphobic is not a horrible album for an '80s band trying to blend in with the grunge movement. It's also a very heartfelt album for those that actually pay attention to the lyrics.
Not to be confused with the Michael Schenker Group and their own MSG album, this album and the McAuley Schenker Group in general was a mainstream melodic hard rock & glam-metal effort from legendary guitarist Michael Schenker and singer Robin McAuley. The final album of the duet Robin McAuley and Michael Schenker which was released in 1991. This is an album that was packed with lots of commercial edged melodic rock, powerful ballads, huge harmonic background chants, and thrilling solos, not to forget that Jeff Pilson and James Kottak were also strengthening this magical line-up.