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Hole: Courtney Love (vocals, guitar); Eric Erlandson (guitar); Jill Emery (bass); Caroline Rue (drums).
Recorded at Musicbox Studios, Los Angeles, California.
Although Hole would eventually score major hits with more pop-accessible material (1994's LIVE THROUGH THIS and 1998's CELEBRITY SKIN), the band's early work, such as its 1991 debut, PRETTY ON THE INSIDE, was more raw and punk- and hardcore-based. Along with L7, Babes in Toyland, and Bikini Kill, Hole was part of the early-'90s "riot grrrl" movement, which merged abrasive music with feminist lyrics and served as a much-needed antidote to the party-hearty late-'80s glam metal scene. Co-produced by Sonic Youth bassist Kim Gordon and alternative knob twirler Don Fleming, PRETTY ON THE INSIDE was a venomous and cacophonous debut.
Although Courtney Love would eventually pen some of alternative rock's best-known songs of the '90s ("Doll Parts," "Celebrity Skin," etc.), she was still honing her craft on PRETTY ON THE INSIDE. Songs such as "Teenage Whore" were snarling confrontational rants, while such other frenzy-filled compositions as "Garbage Man," "Good Sister/Bad Sister," and the title track easily kept the rage at a boiling point. PRETTY ON THE INSIDE would be the one and only album to feature Hole's original lineup, which consisted of Love on vocals/guitar, Eric Erlandson on guitar, Jill Emery on bass, and Caroline Rue on drums.

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Hole: Courtney Love (vocals, guitar); Eric Erlandson (guitar); Jill Emery (bass); Caroline Rue (drums).Recorded at Musicbox Studios, Los Angeles, California.Although Hole would eventually score major
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Don Quixote: Which Was a Dream

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Authors:
Kathy Acker
ISBN10:
0802131921
ISBN:
9780802131928
Paperback, Pgw, 1986, ISBN13 9780802131928, ISBN10 0802131921
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Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap... and Others Don't

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Format:
Hardcover
Authors:
James C. Collins
ISBN10:
0066620996
ISBN:
9780066620992
Hardcover, HarperBusiness, 2001, ISBN # 0066620996
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Cats Don't Dance (Full Frame)

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Director:
[Mark Dindal]
Starring:
  • David Johansen
  • Scott Bakula
  • Mark Dindal
  • Renᅡン Auberjonois
  • Ashley Peldon
  • Kathy Najimy
  • Don Knotts
  • George Kennedy
  • Hal Holbrook
  • Jasmine Guy
  • Lindsay Rideway
  • Betty Lou Gerson
  • Mathew Herried
  • John Rhys-Davies
  • Frank Welker
  • Natalie Cole
Running:
75 minutes
Format:
DVD
Release:
09/07/2010
Rating:
G
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Gotti: The Rise And Fall Of A Real Life Mafia Don

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Director:
[Robert Harmon]
Starring:
  • Richard Sarafian
  • Anthony Quinn
  • Vincent Pastore
  • Robert Miranda
  • William Forsythe
  • Armand Assante
Running:
117 minutes
Format:
DVD
Release:
05/04/2009
Rating:
R
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4 Film Favorites: New Line Romantic Comedy - The Bachelor / Bed Of Roses / Laws Of Attraction / Don Juan Demarco

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Starring:
  • Chris O'Donnell
  • Renee Zellweger
  • Christian Slater
  • Mary Stuart Masterson
  • Pierce Brosnan
  • Julianne Moore
  • Johnny Depp
  • Faye Dunaway
  • Marlon Brando
Running:
375 minutes
Format:
DVD
Rating:
Unrated
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Django Reinhardt & The Quintette Of The Hot Club Of France: Django Reinhardt (guitar); Stephane Grappelli (violin); Gianni Safred (piano); Carlo Pecori (bass); Aurelio De Carolis (drums).
Recorded in Rome, Italy in January & February 1949. Originally released on RCA (2319). Includes liner notes by Frank Vignola and Don Gold.
All tracks have been digitally remastered.
A few years after their postwar reunion, Gypsy guitarist Django Reinhardt and his most illustrious foil and confrere, violinist Stephane Grappelli, recorded perhaps as many as fifty tunes in the space of a couple of months in 1949 in Rome. The Italian rhythm section of piano, bass and drums was probably intended to "modernize" the frontmen's sound, replacing as it did their more Gallic all-string band of the 1930s, the Quintet of the Hot Club of France. But like the two-guitars-and-bass backing Reinhardt and Grappelli pioneered fifteen years earlier, this American-style rhythm section stays out of the way, and violin and guitar are the stars of the show.
As with the Quintet, the repertoire is a mix of popular Tin Pan Alley tunes and Reinhardt or Reinhardt-Grappelli concoctions, including versions of "Minor Swing," "Swing 42" and "Djangology."

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Django Reinhardt & The Quintette Of The Hot Club Of France: Django Reinhardt (guitar); Stephane Grappelli (violin); Gianni Safred (piano); Carlo Pecori (bass); Aurelio De Carolis (drums).Recorded in
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Don Quixote

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Format:
Paperback
Authors:
Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
Tom Lathrop
ISBN10:
0451531817
ISBN:
9780451531810
Paperback, New Amer Library Classics, 2011, ISBN13 9780451531810, ISBN10 0451531817
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Personnel: Albert King (vocals, guitar); Don Kinsey (guitar); Rick Watson (tenor saxophone); Norville Hodges, Wilbur Tompson (trumpet); James Washington (organ); Bill Rennie (bass); Sam King (drums).
Recorded live at the Montreux Jazz Festival, Switzerland on July 1, 1973. Includes liner notes by Lee Hildebrand.
Albert King's affiliation with Stax Records was an auspicious one. Though King worked in a traditional blues metier, the groovy R&B sound of the label influenced his recordings (the backing band on his original Stax sessions was none other than Booker T. and the M.G.'s). The result--a smooth, organ-flavored soul take on King's deep-fried electric blues--was a hit with soul, rock, and blues fans alike. That recipe is heard to perfect effect on this live set, recorded at the Montreux Jazz festival in 1973.
The driving opener, "Don't Burn Down the Bridge ('Cause You Might Wanna Come Back Across"), gives the listener notice of what's to come, King's blues-drenched vocals and blistering leads supported by a fine backing band (including a tenor sax player and two trumpets). The musicians do not disappoint the festival crowd; takes on Ray Charles's "I Believe to My Soul" and Don Nix's funky "For the Love of a Woman" alternate with King originals "Roadhouse Blues" and the wrenching "Blues at Sunrise." Naturally, King's playing is in the forefront throughout, and that is a great thing indeed.

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Personnel: Albert King (vocals, guitar); Don Kinsey (guitar); Rick Watson (tenor saxophone); Norville Hodges, Wilbur Tompson (trumpet); James Washington (organ); Bill Rennie (bass); Sam King
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Don Quixote in Miniature; With the Comical Humours of Sancho Pancha Minor. a Tragi-Comi-Pastoral Farce, of One Act Only. as It Was Privately Rehearsed

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Paperback, Gale Ecco, Print Editions, 2010, ISBN13 9781171462002, ISBN10 117146200X
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He's Alive: Don Francisco Collection, Vol. 1

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Artist:
Don Francisco
Release:
01/02/1998
He's Alive: Don Francisco Collection, Vol. 1
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Personnel: Vic Chesnutt (vocals, acoustic guitar, nylon-string guitar, baritone ukulele, harmonica, Fender Rhodes piano, synthesizer, sampler); John Keane (slide guitar); Jeorge Seder (bass guitar); Norman Der Sluys (drums); Scott Stuckey (background vocals).
Engineers: Don Zientara; Scott Stuckey; Rick Fowler.
Recording information: Aunt Mabel's House, Eastman, Georgia; Inner Ear Studios, Arlington, VA; Full Moon Studios, Watkinsville, GA; Mackenzie Roberson Studios, Athens GA.
Vic Chesnutt's third album, 1994's DRUNK, is the Athens, Georgia-based singer/songwriter's first that was not produced by his early mentor Michael Stipe. Chesnutt leaves behind the deliberately lo-fi production of his two previous releases and incorporates electric instrumentation into his small-combo arrangements for the first time. The result is a tremendous, thought-provoking, funny, and painful record.
Like the similarly wheelchair-bound singer/songwriter Robert Wyatt, Chesnutt regularly addresses his medical and physical condition in his work, here in the slyly rueful "Gluefoot" and the harrowing "Supernatural." Yet also like Wyatt, Chesnutt never allows his illness to define him, focusing on other aspects of his life on obviously autobiographical tunes like "Kick My Ass" and "When I Ran Odd and Left Her." Other highlights include a Stevie Smith poem set to music, "One of Many," and "Sleeping Man," which appears in both a straightforward acoustic version and the wild, psychedelic "Syd Version."

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Personnel: Vic Chesnutt (vocals, acoustic guitar, nylon-string guitar, baritone ukulele, harmonica, Fender Rhodes piano, synthesizer, sampler); John Keane (slide guitar); Jeorge Seder (bass guitar);
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Personnel: Lester Young (tenor saxophone); Lasse Werner, Rene Urtreger (piano); Al King, Pierre Michelot (bass); Lex Humphries, Christian Garros (drums).
Producer: Don Schlitten.
Reissue producer: Joe Fields.
Recorded in November 1956. Includes liner notes by Dan Morgenstern.
Digitally remastered by Malcolm Addey.
Some jazz scholars argue that Lester Young's playing was never the same after his tenure in the military, where he was probably the victim of fierce racism. However, others claim that, due to his experiences in the army, his music became more sensitive, more beautifully subtle, and more finely wrought. Either way, his sound did become more airy, and more elegant (or delicate, depending on your point of view), in his postwar period.
By the time of this recording, Pres was already in the throes of alcoholism, and not at his best. However, this live album documenting two dates in 1956, three years before his death, shows that his powers of invention were never impaired. Young plays creatively on all seven tracks, two of which are only short fragments. He really shines here on the ballads "These Foolish Things" and "Polka Dots and Moonbeams," and renders effective melodic twists and turns on his own classic composition, "Lester Leaps In." For Young aficionados, PRES IN EUROPE is essential, if only to get an idea of the legendary saxophonist's playing acumen in his final years.

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Personnel: Lester Young (tenor saxophone); Lasse Werner, Rene Urtreger (piano); Al King, Pierre Michelot (bass); Lex Humphries, Christian Garros (drums).Producer: Don Schlitten.Reissue producer: Joe
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Personnel: Cedar Walton (piano); Kenny Garrett (alto saxophone); Charles Davis (baritone saxophone); Steve Turre (trombone); Don Sickler (trumpet); Ron Carter (bass); Billy Higgins (drums).
Recorded at RCA Studios, New York, New York in September 1986. Includes liner notes by James Isaacs.
These nine selections are taken from pianist/composer Cedar Walton's first three releases for Prestige, recorded between 1967 and 1969. All selections are Walton originals arranged for trio, quartet and quintet. Although he was already a well-known sideman (with Art Blakey, among others), these recordings introduced the appealingly energetic and rootsy pianist as a leader.
CEDAR!, Walton's excellent 1967 debut, is well represented here. "Turquoise Twice," is a hard-driving, Coltrane-influenced tune, with crisp soloing by Walton, Kenny Dorham (trumpet), and Junior Cook (tenor). "Twilight Waltz" has both charm and swing, fueled by the drumming of Billy Higgins. Selections from Cedar Walton's second and third albums, SPECTRUM and THE ELECTRIC BOOGALOO SONG (released as a single CD entitled SPECTRUM) comprise the remainder of the disc. "Higgins Holler" and "Jake's Milkshakes" are funky numbers with a nod to rock 'n roll. Backed by Jack DeJohnette on drums, Blue Mitchell on trumpet, and Clifford Jordan on tenor, Walton's playing is almost hyperactive, missing some of the rigor exhibited on his debut. This is a fine introduction to Cedar Walton, although the mastering of this compilation is not quite as clear as that done on CEDAR! and SPECTRUM.

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Personnel: Cedar Walton (piano); Kenny Garrett (alto saxophone); Charles Davis (baritone saxophone); Steve Turre (trombone); Don Sickler (trumpet); Ron Carter (bass); Billy Higgins (drums).Recorded at
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