Set the time machine for early morning on KSIB, Creston, Iowa. February, 1950. Hot on the heels of the collectable 10' vinyl Record Store Day EP Omnivore Recordings is proud to present The Garden Spot Programs, 1950, featuring 24 performances, unheard for 64 years, from the one and only Hank Williams! Rescued from obscurity, these shows originally aired over 6 decades ago, and The Garden Spot Programs, 1950 collects material from the four of them now known to exist. From hits to standards to songs rarely (if ever) performed, this is pure Hank Williams, including playful, between song banter. Fully restored to incredible quality, The Garden Spot Programs, 1950 is more like being in the studio when they were recorded than actually listening to them on the radio!
Quand une vie ordinaire devient extraordinaire Philadelphie. Au premier jour du printemps 2010, Agatha sort de prison, mais pas par la grande porte. Après trente ans derrière les barreaux, il ne lui restait que quelques années à faire. Alors pourquoi cette évasion ? Dans une station-service proche du campus, elle s’invite à bord de la voiture de Milly et l’entraîne dans sa cavale sans rien lui révéler de sa situation. …
Un site de rencontres les a réunis. Ils ne sont pas devenus amants, mais amis.
Et ils comptent bien en rester là…
In this Rhythm Makeover edition, Adam Levy presents his signature electric rhythm guitar techniques and creative approaches. Adam has been featured on recordings by major-label artists such as Norah Jones (her first three albums), Tracy Chapman (New Beginning) and Amos Lee (Amos Lee), and acclaimed indie artists such as Ani DiFranco and Anais Mitchell.
In the opening of this 107-minute long DVD, Hank Jones says he visited Kobe for the first time "ten years ago" (ie, 1986), and Ron Carter refers to the city as "the birthplace of jazz in Japan." The concert, filmed on December 4, 1996, starts with Jones-Carter duo performances of "'Round Midnight" and "Polka Dots and Moonbeams," followed by trio renditions (with Lewis Nash added on drums) of "Blue Monk" and "A Night in Tunisia." Hank Jones' part of the concert, leading Santi DeBriano (bass) and Jimmie Smith (drums), begins with an up-tempo version of "Speak Low," and continues with "On Green Dolphin Street," "Body and Soul," and "What's New?"
This 1970 album heralded the emergence of the Kenton band from a relatively unproductive period on the recording scene, and along with the 1972 "Stan Kenton Today" album attracted a whole new generation of fans. Kenton's combination of new material and fresh performances of older charts was embraced by big band enthusiasts and jazz educators in the 1970s. ~ Amazon Customer's Review
5 people are being held hostage in a convenience store for 36 days. One of the demands of the hostage takers is that all TV-stations should broadcast the entire situation live. Cliff and Wendy are the only survivors, and when the are released, they are heroes. Especially Cliff is a national hero, and his apathetic ideology "so fucking what" turns into a national movement. Cliff himself is not that happy about all the fuzz.