Mike Gordon And Leo Kottke Sixty Six Steps

D. Quinn Mills, "Having It All ... And Making It Work: Six Steps for Putting Both Your Career and Your Family First" (Repost)

D. Quinn Mills, "Having It All … And Making It Work: Six Steps for Putting Both Your Career and Your Family First"
ISBN: 0131440225 | edition 2004 | PDF | 139 pages | 10,3 mb

This book isn't just more whining and exhortation: it delivers specific, bite-sized, no-fluff solutions for managing your life, including crucial execution steps you can take immediately. Mills teaches you how to identify and balance what's most important to you–and give up what you don't want badly enough. He also shows how to make the balance real, not just talk; how to make career decisions that promote balance; and how to make course corrections that refine your balance over time.
Tell Me About Yourself: Six Steps for Accurate and Artful Self-Definition [Audiobook]

Tell Me About Yourself: Six Steps for Accurate and Artful Self-Definition [Audiobook] by Holley M. Murchison
English | September 14th, 2017 | ASIN: B075LSV38G | MP3@64 kbps | 1 hr 49 mins | 50.45 MB
Narrator: Holley M. Murchison

From artists to entrepreneurs, students looking for their first jobs to organizational leaders, public figures to speakers, Tell Me About Yourself helps everyone bolster confidence and authentic communication in life's most vulnerable moments. Treading on a proven six-step process, the founder and CEO of Oratory Glory, Holley Murchison, teaches you how to craft and deliver a comprehensive, compelling, and generally kick ass introduction.
Learn Business Analytics in Six Steps Using SAS and R: A Practical, Step-by-Step Guide to Learning Business Analytics [Repost]

Learn Business Analytics in Six Steps Using SAS and R: A Practical, Step-by-Step Guide to Learning Business Analytics by Subhashini Sharma Tripathi
English | 20 Dec. 2016 | ISBN: 1484210026 | 240 Pages | PDF | 6.61 MB

Apply analytics to business problems using two very popular software tools, SAS and R. No matter your industry, this book will provide you with the knowledge and insights you and your business partners need to make better decisions faster.
Leo Kottke - Dreams And All That Stuff (1974) {BGO Records BGOCD132 rel 1992}

Leo Kottke - Dreams And All That Stuff (1974) {BGO Records BGOCD132 rel 1992}
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© 1974, 1992 Capitol / BGO Records | BGOCD132
Contemporary Folk / Finger-Picked Guitar / Progressive Folk / Jazz Blues / New Acoustic

Kottke's sixth official album is a dazzling array of pieces, some wistfully romantic ("Mona Ray"), others savagely witty ("When Shrimps Learn to Whistle"), and still others downright folksy ("Bill Cheatham"), with accompaniments of varying shapes and types, from dobro to synthesizer and piano.

Leo Kottke - Mudlark (1971) {One Way Records S21-18460 rel 1995}  Music

Posted by ruskaval at Nov. 30, 2017
Leo Kottke - Mudlark (1971) {One Way Records S21-18460 rel 1995}

Leo Kottke - Mudlark (1971) {One Way Records S21-18460 rel 1995}
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© 1971, 1995 Capitol Records / One Way Records / GEMA SP | S21-18460
Contemporary Folk / Finger-Picked Guitar / Progressive Folk / Jazz Blues / New Acoustic

Mudlark rates highly on many a Kottke fan's favorite list. This was Kottke's Capitol Records debut, and his solo instrumental sound is augmented with the addition of studio sidemen (bass, drums, piano). His playing is superb (no surprise there) and full of youthful vigor – a fusion of high-speed picking, brash slide work, funky folk, acoustic rock, and melodicism. Most importantly, Mudlark marked the debut of Kottke as a singer, an indication that Capitol was trying to shoehorn him into the singer/songwriter genre. Kottke himself has made disparaging remarks about his own vocals, but they add personality to his virtuosic guitar chops.
Leo Kottke - Ice Water (1974) {One Way Records S21-18458 rel 1996}

Leo Kottke - Ice Water (1974) {One Way Records S21-18458 rel 1996}
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© 1974, 1996 Capitol Records / One Way Records / GEMA SP | S21-18458
Contemporary Folk / Finger-Picked Guitar / Progressive Folk / Jazz Blues / New Acoustic

This is a good record, though not the Leo Kottke album to start with, as it is not representative of his usual work – it's mostly a vocal record, and a very country-flavored record at that, with Kottke's baritone, reminiscent in some ways of Leonard Cohen (and even moving into what one might consider Jim Morrison territory), serving as the dominant instrument on six of the ten tracks. His flashy 12-string playing and Cal Hand's Dobro do come to the fore on "Tilt Billings and the Student Prince." Tom T. Hall and Ron Elliott of the Beau Brummels are among the songwriters represented. Among the intrumentals, "A Good Egg" is just the kind of light-fingered, light-textured virtuoso piece that one buys a Leo Kottke album expecting to find, and much of the rest shows off his talents in some unexpected directions. The sound on the One Way label CD reissue is first rate as well.

Leo Kottke - Greenhouse (1972) {BGO Records BGOCD50 rel 1997}  Music

Posted by ruskaval at Oct. 18, 2017
Leo Kottke - Greenhouse (1972) {BGO Records BGOCD50 rel 1997}

Leo Kottke - Greenhouse (1972) {BGO Records BGOCD50 rel 1997}
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© 1972, 1997 Takoma / BGO Records | BGOCD50
Contemporary Folk / Finger-Picked Guitar / Progressive Folk / Jazz Blues / New Acoustic

A somewhat less ambitious record than Mudlark, from a recording standpoint, Greenhouse is a true solo record that offers several surprises. Over a third of it is made up of vocal numbers, including two that are absolutely superb. "Tiny Island" may be the best track here, a song by Al Gaylor, inspired by the death of Jimi Hendrix, that offer one of Kottke's best vocal performances of his whole career.

Mike Gordon - OGOGO (2017)  Music

Posted by SERTiL at Sept. 13, 2017
Mike Gordon - OGOGO (2017)

Mike Gordon - OGOGO
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks)+cue, log, m3u, artwork | 44:17 min | 324 MB
Label: ATO Records – ATO0403 | Tracks: 13 | Rls.date: 2017
Rock, Jam Band

The Phish bassist recorded OGOGO with his touring band of guitarist Scott Murawski, drummer John Kimock, keyboardist Robert Walter and percussionist Craig Myers. Mike tapped Grammy Award-winning engineer Shawn Everett to produce the follow-up to 2014’s Overstep.
Leo Kottke - My Feet Are Smiling (1973) {1995 One Way/CEMA Special Markets} **[RE-UP]**

Leo Kottke - My Feet Are Smiling (1973) {1995 One Way/CEMA Special Markets}
EAC Rip | FLAC with CUE and log | scans | 263 mb
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Genre: folk, acoustic, Americana

My Feet Are Smiling is the sixth album by guitarist Leo Kottke, his third for Capitol Records. It is a live album taken from two shows at the Tyrone Guthrie Theatre in Minneapolis, Minnesota on the 19th and 20th of December in 1972. This is taken from a One Way/CEMA Special Markets compact disc reissue in 1996.
Twenty Sixty Six And Then - Reflections On The Future (1972) [2CD Reissue 2017]

Twenty Sixty Six And Then - Reflections On The Future (1972) [2CD Reissue 2017]
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Genre: Heavy Progressive Rock | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: MIG Music (MIG 01842 2CD)

In May 1970 Twenty Sixty Six And Then met first time and decided to found a band. Day and Night rehearsed and filed on their sound in their residence in Mannheim. Another journalist at that time: “Dominating in their music is a dynamic, which is regulatoring the developing harmonies in the complex structured arrangements. When the musicians sometimes get lost in old hardrock stereotypes (mark of red.: It would be fascinating what were “old hardrock stereotypes” in 1972!), they kept enough distance to the sounds, to prove their intents with detailed inserted alienation". In a short way: the rediscovery of a krautrock original from the „Mannheim“-rockscene in the early 70ties…