In this video, Doce Pares Eskrima Grandmaster Christopher J. Petrilli takes the highly evolved skill set he demonstrated in the best-selling videos Crashing the Lines and Cutting the Lines in a brutal new direction: knife fighting. The foundation is a blade form that merges slashes, stabs, cuts, and throws into a lethal flow of combat effectiveness.
In this course Maine Master Boatbuilder Arno Day teaches the following: 1) Learning the Lines (20 minutes) You learn the basics of lines plans for boat building. Arno teaches the definitions of terms for lines drawing, stations, offset tables, measuring devices, etc.. 2) Taking Off Lines (40 minutes) You learn how to take the lines from any boat and create a lines plan for it. Arno takes the measurements from an actual boat in his shop. 3) Drawing the Lines (60 minutes) Arno creates a complete lines plan.
David Knopfler is a British guitarist, pianist, record producer and singer-songwriter. He is a co-founder of the rock band Dire Straits, spending three years with them. After quitting the band, he embarked upon a solo career as a recording artist. Behind the Lines is David Knopfler's second solo album after leaving Dire Straits. It was released in 1985.
This is Janis Ian's second album from her re-emergence in the early to mid-'70s as one of the genre's most inspired and original singer/songwriters.
Brooklyn singer, songwriter, and guitar slinger Steve Gunn makes his Matador debut with Eyes on the Lines, a windblown set of road explorations that, despite its meandering nature, is one of his most accessible records yet. The Pennsylvania native has maintained a prolific output over the previous decade, much of it in the form of one-off projects and collaborations, but his solo releases all seem to spring from the same well of wanderlust. Expanding on the spacious sound of his excellent 2014 LP, Way Out Weather, Eyes on the Lines is more of a free-flowing rock affair, finding Gunn and his band locking into bucolic grooves that take their time to unfurl.