This 77-track, four-CD set remains one of the best boxes devoted to a single music act that one can buy, covering the output of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young across 22 years, from 1968 until 1990. The first thing that becomes apparent, beyond the excellent sound (which was a revelation at the time, when only extant editions of the group's work were the early, substandard CD editions), is the sheer worth of the material. Crosby, Stills & Nash's reputation, based on their first four albums, can be taken as a given for anyone who would think of buying this set, and it does cover virtually every base that one could involving the trio, with an occasional Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young cut included for completeness' sake.
The subject of the book is the figure of the female in the western, encompassing genre classics, B-grade exploitation films and the WAI or western all'italiana, better known to most of us as the spaghetti western, and in comics, both North American and European. Or, to be more precise, it is about the woman in the western when she was assigned a more active role than was traditionally the case in the 1920s and 1930s westerns. From the series "Bizarre Sinema! Archive" Glittering Images of the publisher. The book is structured chronologically-filmographisch and presents the viewer with a significant number of Western, in which women play dominant roles. The dances range running from the Cowgirl and the classic heroine of West Hollywood to sexy, violent and sadistic roles in Mexican films and spaghetti westerns. Glossary of Terms in Appendix Italian "fumetti western" and index. Free movement attractive and lush imaged scene with photos and posters.