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(2016/Strawberry Rain) 12 tracks, Limited Edition to 500 copies. It´s A Shame Come Lay Beside Mc There Wasn´t Time D Day, C Day End Game Another Lifetime Gone Bob Then Uongs From ´Mc Margin Fading Ways, Fading Faces It´s Getting Harder To Breathe Border Retreat Deserted Shores Holy Loch Time (Reprise) The title for this collection of songs reflects my sense that the music I am writing is so far from the mainstream commercial scene that it was/is, along with anything attempted with individuality and integrity, invariably marginalized, hence the title ´Songs from the Margin´. The boundaries that were breached by ´´the underground´´ during the sixties into the seventies have long since been repaired and boundless banalities have returned to hold sway once more. Popular music (and alternative music too has its similar herd instinct) is a vacuous pursuit of the already familiar, hence the domination of music which is firmly genre fixated. Yet there is so much music that is more accomplished than the over-exposed chart fodder that saturates our awareness and public places. However I hear few complaints from the consumer addicted public. Most accept what they are enticed to buy. Roy Harper couldn´t have put it more concisely in the sleeve notes for his epic ´Lifemask´ in 1973. I feel that music has been even more devalued since those heady days. It´s cheap or free, as expendable as last year´s fashions and its intrinsic worth is entirely nebulous. And worst of all generally no one wants to hear this expressed as it is deemed too negative. I think it is about confronting the reality that exists, but for most it´s a shrug of the shoulders and a bland ´´What can you do?´´ I leave you with the thought that those who care nothing for content, who can articulate the least the reasons for liking anything are always well catered for. Perhaps this explains to some degree why this project has taken so long to ever be available. Finally, my thanks to the musicians and all those who helped in technical and production matters, i.e, Steve Hall & Walter Mets. Thanks escpeially to Michael Klein for all the work in rescuing and remixing the songs from rapidly disintergrating mutli-track tape in the nineties - that was in the last century!
Spielend logisch denken lernen 1 Anspruchsvolle Spiel- und Übungsfolgen, die Vor- und Grundschulkinder fordern und in besonderer Weise fördern: Zählen unterschiedlicher Formen mit Farbdifferenzierung Logisches Ergänzen von Symbol- und Zahlenreihen Zählen im Zweier-Abstand Erkennen von geraden und ungeraden Zahlen Spiegelbilder Im Vordergrund bei den Aufgaben dieser Reihe steht die Entwicklung des mathematisch-logischen Denkens, des folgerichtigen Handelns. Gleichzeitig werden Wahrnehmung, Konzentration und Beobachtungsfähigkeit gestärkt. Inhalt 2 Finde die gleiche Form und benenne sie! (Entwicklung der Beobachtungsfähigkeit, Form-Erkennung) 4 Finde die richtige Zahl in den passenden Farben! (Entwicklung der Beobachtungsfähigkeit, Erkennung und Zählen) 8 Finde die Zahl in den gleichen Farben! (Entwicklung der Beobachtungsfähigkeit, Erkennung und Zählen von 9 bis 12) 10 Finde die richtige Anzahl in der passenden Farbe! (Entwicklung der Beobachtungsfähigkeit, Erkennung und Zählen der Finger von 5 bis 10) 12 Welches Symbol kommt als nächstes in der Reihe? (Entwicklung der Beobachtungsfähigkeit, Reihenfolgen für die Grundlogik) 16 Welche Zahl gehört in die Lücke? (Reihenfolgen für die Grundlogik) 18 Ist das eine gerade oder eine ungerade Zahl? 20 Welche Zahl gehört in die Lücke? (Erkennen von geraden und ungeraden Zahlen, Logisches Denken, Zählen im Zweier-Abstand) 22 Wie viele Bälle müssen in die nächste Reihe? (Entwicklung der Beobachtungsfähigkeit, Reihenfolgen für die Grundlogik, Zählen) 24 Finde das Spiegelbild! (Entwicklung der Beobachtungsfähigkeit, Grundlogik) Zur Bearbeitung dieses Übungsheftes benötigen Sie das miniLÜK-Lösungsgerät. ________________________________________________________ Have fun while learning to think logically 1 These are demanding games and practise sequences which provide a challenge for children at pre-school and primary school age: Count different coloured shapes Complete symbols and number sequences in a logical way Count in steps of two Recognize even and odd numbers Mirror images The exercises in this series focus on the development of mathematical logic and consistency. At the same time, they enhance perception, concentration and observation skills. Contents 2 Find the same shape. What is it called? (Promotes observation skills and identification of shapes) 4 Find the right number in the matching colour! (Promotes observation skills - Recognizing numbers and counting) 8 Find the number in the same colours! (Promotes observation skills - Recognizing numbers and counting from 9 to 12) 10 Find the right quantity in the matching colour! (Promotes observation skills - Recognizing and counting fingers from 5 to 10) 12 Which symbol will be next? (Promotes observation skills - Recognizing sequences as part of basic logic) 16 Which number is missing? (Sequences as part of basic logic) 18 Is this an even or an odd number? 20 Which number is missing? (Recognizing even and odd numbers - Logical thinking - Counting in steps of two) 22 How many balls should there be in the next row? (Promotes observation skills - Sequences as part of basic logic - Counting) 24 Find the mirror image! (Promotes observation - Basic logic) You need a miniLÜK-controller with a transparent cover for this book. Maße: 26 cm Titel Zusatz: Erkennen und Zählen Abmessungen: (H) 0,26 Gewicht in Gramm: 97 gr Seitenzahl: 25 Herausgeber: GWV Georg Westermann Verlag Sprache: Deutsch Reihe: Westermann Lernspiel Alter von Jahre: 5 Alter bis Jahre: 8 Altersangabe (FSK/USK): von 5-8 J.
Taschenbuch - O´Sullivan Woodside & Co - First Edition - 1980 - Englisch WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF PRESLEYANA To the eyes of the whole world our cover is unmistakably Elvis, and what a tribute to the man that it is not even necessary to see his face to know that! We´d like to extend our thanks many times over to the photographer, Phil Gelormine, a true Elvis fan of the first rank (and publisher of Elvis World), for the use of this magnificent on-stage shot! We´re very happy with the photographic content of Presleyana, not just for the quality of the photos of the King that came to us from such divergent sources as Dave Kent of the Louisiana Hayride and Collector´s Bookstore of Hollywood (many of which we´ve run full page), but for the fact that we are able to show fans many dozens of the rarest Elvis records, some never before published and many so rare as to be thought not to exist or only rumored so until now! WHAT CAME BEFORE This book sets the Elvisstandard for all time. The onlublication to even compare with it was the widely distributed Complete Elvis magazine. 7´. C.L.E´ was not a price guide, however, and its principle photographic content was a thorough representation of the covers of all commercial Elvis Presley picture sleeves for singles and jackets for EPs and albums. Even though T.C.E. was also a Jellyroll product, we had no quality control over its production and some of the typical problems that result from having a staff of uninformed layout people found their way into print. We still hope to issue an updated and far more ´´complete´´ Complete Elvis because of the mass market audience that can be reached, but to the readers of Presleyana, what you´ll find in the pages of this book is without precedent! COMING OF AGE This is a book that will come to mean more and more to you, as you familiarize yourself with it. This is a book that will settle arguments, end confusion, correct misconceptions and add to the knowledge of anyone who owns a copy. If it could ever be said before, now collecting Elvis Presley records has come of age! A few collectors may be surprised by the quadruple price structure. The spread—that is, what collectors will pay for a record in ´´good´´ average used condition compared to what they will put out for a record in ´´mint´´ unplayed condition—is constantly expanding. The ´´spread´´ is spreading. Five or six years ago it was obvious the difference meant less, as the standard of double (a range, for example, of $10 to $20, versus a range today of $10 to $40) prevailed. As prices have arisen, however, and big money has often come into the picture, it was inevitable that collectors who weren´t so particular before would increasingly demand perfection as protection to their investment. This is as logical as it was inevitable. NOT PEAKED OUT We can look for the prices asked and realized (not always the same thing) to increase on Elvis records, as the demand shows no signs of having peaked out. And we probably can assume records will follow the path of coins and some other collectibles that will zero in, eventually, on price spreads of ten times difference between ´´good´´ and ´´mint´´. That is why, to the uninitiated—and that includes the swap meet dealer and the thrift shop owner—we advise you not to look only at the right-hand column of our prices and tell yourself that´s what your records are worth. In almost all cases you´ll be wrong. Prices do not start at ´´mint´´ and work down, according to defects. They start at the average condition usually found, which is ´´good,´´ and work up, if their condition warrants. Stated in another way, collectors do not pay less for a record in lesser condition—they think of themselves as being willing to pay more (perhaps than they think it´s really worth) if it´s in top, ´´near mint´´ condition. As an aside to new collectors or investors, this growing spread has good aspects to it from whatever your viewpoint. If you´re just interested in the music, in many cases as the ´´spread´´ widens and the value of ´´mint´´ goes up, the price of ´´good´´ does not go up. So, as you fill holes in your collection, taking inflation into consideration, you might be able to pick up some records ´´cheaper´´ in the future (in ´´good,´´ remember) than you can today. On the other hand, if investment is a factor in your determination and you buy only ´´fine´´ to ´´mint´´, that´s where your future profit will be, even though you have to lay out more money now. If, on the
(1995/Sparkletone) 34 tracks (69:46) Their complete recordings including their only album in both stereo and mono versions. 4 page notes by Johnny Cecka and Billy Miller - In the closing months of 1959, six cool Richmond, Virginia swingers called the Rock-A-Teens hot-wired the collective hooves of teenage America with just two words: W00-HOO! You know, as in WOO-H00, WOO-HOO HOO!! The infectious holler was to launch these Dixie delinquents directly into the national Top 20 and into the annals of pop history - without so much as a nod to the social significance of lyrical content! Boo Walke (one of the greatest rock & roll names ever!) and Vic Mizelle started strummin´guitars together in 1956 and after gettin´a nasty chomp by the big beat bug, they threw together a loosely knit combo called Boo Walke & the Rockets. According to Vic, there was nothin´ too special separating the Rockets from a million other 50´s racket squads (´´`cept maybe that we were worse!´´) and they spent a good three years working local Richmond teen hops and parties until fate happily kicked ´em in the butt in early 1959. - ´One day we went up to this radio station WEZL, recalls Vic,´Where Jess Duboy was the local DJ. We were up there practicing and it was just the kinda thing where we were (Rock-A-Teens) just fiddlin´around with a boogie which at the time we called The Rock-A-Teen Boogie and ROCK-A-TEENS it was like Elvis in the Sam Phillips days where things just happened. So were puttin´it down on tape and Jess Duboy starts goin´WOO HOO, WOO HOO HOO ´while we´re playin´and we´re like `WHAT?!!´ But we really didn´t think nothin´of it. We had a few of my songs goin´down on tape, too and that´s what we were really concentratin´on. The Rock-A-Teens (the sportier name the Rockets rechristened themselves with) had settled into a lineup of Mizelle, Walke and Billy Cook on guitars (though Vic ditched his for a vocalist role after the success of Woo-Hoo), Paul Dixon on bass, Eddie Robertson on sax, and drum smasher Billy Smith (who eventually sold a set of drums to a then unknown Hasil Adkins!) and it was mutually agreed that outta the Mizelle toons on the tape, there was definitely something wax worthy there. ´Me and Billy Cook, we heard through the grapevine that there was a label in Roanoke, Virginia, that was looking for original material like our stuff So me and Billy grabbed our tape and hitch hiked down Route 16 to Roanoke. Well, we get there and come to find out this label Cavalier Records was goin´outta business. So the guy who owned the label turned us on to George Donald McGraw who had a record store in Salem, Virginia, and said he might be interested in our tape. We hitched to Salem and Billy & I played McGraw the tape. Nothin´really knocked him out but when he gets to this Rock-A-Teen Boogie, his ears perked right up! He sez, `Look, you boys go and get your band and bring`em down here. We´re gonna cut this Woo-Hoo thing´...(excerpts from the liner notes)