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Body And Soul - Joakim Milder - Consensus (CD, Album)

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The ending is one of the most empathetic, exteriors. However, and can transport the listener into an altered state of consciousness, but also very serious about its messages which are various and multifaceted, which has soemthing to say about the nature of their music. The disclosure was made just before Diamond s 77th birthday on Wednesday, vamos manter isso em segredo Um pouco escandaloso Mas.


Chance - Robert Palmer - Ridin High (Cassette, Album)

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My Road To The Ocean… - Echo-ES - Pulse (File, Album)

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He has said that Pink Floyd's sessions would often begin in the afternoon, and end early the next morning, "during which time nothing would get done. There was no record company contact whatsoever, except when their label manager would show up now and again with a couple of bottles of wine and a couple of joints.

They also spent several days at AIR attempting to create music using a variety of household objects, a project which would be revisited between their next albums, The Dark Side of the Moon and Wish You Were Here. One of these early works involved the use of Richard Wright 's piano. Wright had fed a single note through a Leslie speaker , producing a submarine-like ping. The band tried repeatedly to recreate this sound in the studio but were unsuccessful, and so the demo version was used on what would later become "Echoes", [5] mixed almost exclusively at AIR Studios.

Unlike with Atom Heart Mother , the new multi-track capabilities of the studio enabled them to create the track in stages, rather than performing it in a single take. The final, minute piece would eventually take up the entire second side of the album. The bassline was performed by Waters and Gilmour using two bass guitars, one on old strings. Drummer Nick Mason 's abstruse "One of these days I'm going to cut you into little pieces" vocal line was recorded at double speed using a falsetto voice, and replayed at normal speed.

Meddle was recorded between the band's various concert commitments, and therefore its production was spread over a considerable period of time. June and July were spent mainly performing at venues across Europe.

Although the tracks possess a variety of moods, Meddle is generally considered more cohesive than its predecessor, Atom Heart Mother. These two songs segue into each other across windy sound effects, anticipating the technique that would later be used on Wish You Were Here.

The title of "A Pillow of Winds" was inspired by the games of Mahjong that Waters, Mason, and their wives played while in the south of France. The song " Fearless " includes field recordings of the Liverpool F. Kop singing " You'll Never Walk Alone ", their anthem, which brings the song to an end in a heavily reverberated fade-out.

The song was inspired by the band's trip to the south of France in Tuesday 9 June Monday 15 June Tuesday 16 June Wednesday 17 June Friday 19 June Saturday 20 June Sunday 21 June Monday 22 June Tuesday 23 June Wednesday 24 June Thursday 25 June Friday 26 June Saturday 27 June Sunday 28 June Monday 29 June Tuesday 30 June Wednesday 1 July Thursday 2 July Friday 3 July Saturday 4 July Sunday 5 July Monday 6 July Tuesday 7 July Wednesday 8 July Thursday 9 July Friday 10 July Saturday 11 July Sunday 12 July Monday 13 July Tuesday 14 July Wednesday 15 July Thursday 16 July Friday 17 July Saturday 18 July Take it Back.

Marooned midi. Keep Talking midi. Lost For Words. On an Island first solo. On an Island final solo — extended. Take a Breath. Louder Than Words. It was a masterful performance and as far as I could tell the music was played to perfection. I ended up missing the last quarter of their performance to do some interviews I had to conduct back stage, but I did catch the unexpected highlight of the night. Stavros from The Atlas Moth came out to do a lead vocal turn towards the end of the set.

It was a pretty killer and the crowd was a little stunned. Some folks filed out after The Ocean, which is always a little disappointing. Last up, Scale the Summit were due to hit the stage.

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Irgendwo, Irgendwann - Novalis (3) - Brandung (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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Sava Mala - Unknown Artist - Domaća Filmska Muzika (Cassette)

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Asanwa - Flavour - Uplifted (CD, Album)

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It is no longer news that Erica has ended things with Kiddwaya and the guy did not press on to make her Please leave a comment below. However, for your comment to be approved, it must meet with our community guidelines. Views expressed below are those of their authors. Therefore, Neither NaijaHomeBased nor any of its employees can be held accountable. Cancel reply. A mum of three blue-eyed children has narrated her ordeal after her husband abandoned her and their kids because of their eyes Load more.

A handful of peaceful protesters took to the streets of the Federal Capital Territory to call for better governance in their country We know many of his fans are Nelson Prince Enwerem is the winner of Mr Nigeria For some of you here, you already know me but for others especially you that got here through Google, Bing or yahoo.

I would love to introduce myself to you. An online media company that brings you net worth, biography, music, video, lifestyle, lyrics, and news of. But wait there is even more! I have also created Shoutmeceleb vacation challenge which is a contest created for small business owners. Here is what the winners of this contest benefit.

Does any of this sound like what you want then click here to read more on SMC vacation contest. This section of this post will touch briefly on Phyno and Flavour biography.

Although it might lead me to other subheadings but I am positive the expansion would be needed. Flavour has been an amazing singer from day one and the same can be said about Phyno too.

However while this post majorly focuses on Flavour and Phyno net worth, I will do well to run some. Flavour net worth in dollars keeps rising despite only being active in December Also the same can be said for Phyno net worth in dollars, and since this post will compare two of the top rich musicians in Nigeria , I am positive you will love it. Luckily I now have a way to do just that and still keep it as relevant as possible. How about that? This next subheading will cover a short, sweet bio of Phyno and Flavour… It will cover things like where these guys practically grew up, what there life was like and more.

There is always that difference in the life of a celebrity when you become very famous. Flavour is a Nigerian musician, multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter. The reason I decided to treat this as a topic is simply that this Phyno and Flavour hail from Anambra State.

I think Nigerians got lots of musicians who hail from the eastern state. Flavour is the son of the soil but growing up away from home could mean a different experience altogether. Flavour was born in precisely November 23rd which in a Christian calendar is just 7 days away. So, if I said Flavour grew away from home, I believe that prompts questions like Where was Flavour born?

Flavour 36 was born in Enugu state , spend most of his early life in the church learning how to play an instrument. I mean sources tell Shoutmeceleb. Well, I love Phyno a lot because of what he reps and stand for doing music in Naija. Phyno is a singer-songwriter rapper and a producer. Chibuzor Nelson Azubuike started music as a producer back in You know how as a kid you want to become something and your parents just say no become this?

Recommended For You:. Eventually, the love for the music of the Eastern rapper grew in high school. According to Wikipedia, Phyno rendition any song that came his by making his own version of it. Not bad right? After high school, the singer who was born in Enugu state decided to go to the university to study Public Administration.

Phynomenon hails from Anambra state much like Flavour Nabania and both grew up in Enugu state. Much like Chinedu Okoli, Nelson is also the son of the soil in the heart of Anambra.

Flavour is 36 years old now while Phyno is 33 years old now with both born in a different year. Flavour was born precisely in the year November 23rd while Phyno was born 3 years after the birth of Flavour. Precisely Phyno was born in the year October 6th.

By the time you are faced with questions, such has who is the oldest between Flavour and Phyno? Here is your answer: Flavour is the oldest of the two Nigerian singers holding three years 3 seniority over Phyno.

What does this mean? It means the in-game of music in the Naija music industry, Flavour started way early than Phyno did.

I would also take you back in time to their humble beginning and how it transitions these two into the music path. You love a bit of story right? Flavour early start can be dated back to the 90s where he started playing drum for his local church. Retrieved 2 March N'abania Uplifted Blessed Thankful Categories : albums Flavour N'abania albums Igbo-language albums.

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Uplifted is the second studio album by Nigerian singer Flavour N'abania. It was released on July 20, , by Obaino Music and 2nite Entertainment. The album features guest appearances from Jay Dey, Oloye, Stormrex, Waga Gee, Asemstone, M-Jay, V.I.P and Elense.


Moments* - Sexy Mama (Vinyl)

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If Lockheeds Could Speak - The Mirimar Disaster - The Mirimar Disaster (CD, Album)

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Looking back, it can seem easy to explore how things might have been done differently or better. It could have been much worse. Fortunately, this matchup meant a lot of people in the areas hardest hit by the earthquake were inside watching baseball, ostensibly safer than they would have been if they were on the roads. Yet 63 people died in the earthquake—most of them in the collapse of a 1. They certainly knew that an earthquake of that magnitude was a real threat.

And if they did suspect it, why were actions not taken to strengthen the highway or close it down? Engineers told the Los Angeles Times that state highway officials had "failed to take adequate steps to strengthen roadway overpasses" after a earthquake collapsed, killing 58 people in the San Fernando Valley.

More than , people were killed in the aftermath of Cyclone Nargiis, which made landfall in a low-lying region of Burma. The email you used to create your account. The last part of your Myspace URL. Ex: myspace. Facebook Twitter Email. Full Name? Most people use their real name. Select Gender? This helps us keep people, musicians and brands searchable on Myspace. Monday 18 May Tuesday 19 May Wednesday 20 May Thursday 21 May Friday 22 May Saturday 23 May Sunday 24 May Monday 25 May Tuesday 26 May Wednesday 27 May Thursday 28 May Friday 29 May Saturday 30 May Sunday 31 May Monday 1 June Tuesday 2 June Thursday 4 June Friday 5 June Saturday 6 June Sunday 7 June Monday 8 June Tuesday 9 June Monday 15 June Tuesday 16 June Wednesday 17 June Friday 19 June Saturday 20 June Sunday 21 June Monday 22 June Tuesday 23 June Wednesday 24 June Thursday 25 June Friday 26 June Saturday 27 June Elements of the crisis timeline Disaster: towards an initial construction Elements of disaster research Towards a root definition of disaster Shifting definitions of the disaster process in three stages Space-place-time and the development of disaster potential Learning and the incubation process within disasters Issues for disaster research I said among other things that New York City had enormous resources and that these resources would give it the resilience needed to cope with and recover from the events of that day.

My host was to say the least skeptical. This volume—What is a Disaster? Perspectives on the Question— is the fourth volume in our series of books on disaster, the second to tackle the definition of disaster. Reading it, I was struck by how much of the debate was—or so it seemed to me—influenced by awareness of various events and how much of that awareness was media related.

During that period, the practice of emergency management has changed from an essentially reactive and response-focused command-and-control civil defence approach, which grew out of the s World War II and s Korean War eras, phased into a comprehensive and integrated approach during the late s, and from the s started to re-emerge around the twin concepts of risk management and sustainable hazard mitigation.

In the United States, all levels of government have invested substantial resources in emergency management, with much of that devoted to terrorism consequence management. With the investment of resources, governments expect more from the community of disaster researchers. To answer such questions regarding the need for and implementation of warning systems, appropriate mitigation measures, tactics for response and recovery, researchers need to have a firm grasp on what a disaster is and what it is not.

Phil Buckle touches on it when he mentions the attention given to the heat wave that led to 10, deaths in France in So why the change now to move heat wave from a weather condition to a disaster?

Why is heat wave now a disaster when a year ago it was not? Though the heat wave in Chicago costs more lives than the Northridge earthquake, Hurricane Andrew or the bombing at Oklahoma City, there were many debates in Chicago newsrooms about its news value and whether it was truly a disaster. Certainly, Barton makes clear that the absence of media attention explains why some events have not become significant in our attempts to explain how we perceive disaster: Media coverage of human suffering in countries with authoritarian regimes is subject to government censorship and control of both domestic and outside news media.

The outstanding example is the largest famine in modern history in which somewhere around 30,, Chinese died in as a result of Maoist mismanagement. The famine was kept secret within the country and from the outside world, and indeed the highest levels of government refused to accept information on it and continued to demand extraction of food from the starving areas. In the s the government created the Ukraine famine to wipe out peasant resistance to collectivization, and a similar famine right after World War II, in both of which millions died under conditions of secrecy and state terror.

The British colonial government imposed wartime censorship on the Bengal famine of in which over 2,, died, to avoid pressure to divert resources from the war effort. Around 3 million are estimated to have died in the North Korean famines in the s under conditions of secrecy and suppression of information.

However, since no one has actually seen a demon then drawing one is easy, because who can say it is not correct.

We are, in short, not alone in struggling to define a seemingly commonplace term. Yet the media seem sometimes to force us into definitions that are adjusted to those events we know or think we know.

All those who read this book will probably notice some references more than others partly because of their own awareness of the world. Just as this book stimulated me to think about the mass media and the problems Journalism scholars have had with definitions, others will think about other concerns. In that way, this book will have achieved its goal—to make us think about disaster. Second, the discussion of disaster definitions encourages refinement of the concept of disaster.

It enables the reader and the authors to reflect on their definitions and trace through the consequences of those definitions for different aspects of the field of disaster study, whether academic or applied. As we sharpen our conception of disaster, we identify the disciplinary niches and their value in a field that is almost inherently interdisciplinary.

The extent to which we are able to identify and manage disasters of the future is contingent upon our collective understanding of the meaning and dimensions of the concept. I am aware of course that many consider the pioneer to be Samuel Henry Prince with his study of the Halifax explosion.

I am also aware of the recent work Russ Dynes has done on Voltaire and Alexander Pope and others and their appraisals of the significance of the Lisbon earthquake. But I think all of us would agree that our field took off roughly 40 years ago with Russell Dynes and Henry Quarantelli and the creation of the Disaster Research Center. Now he and Quarantelli have teamed up. I noted the important contribution Henry Quarantelli has made to our field in the foreword to the first version of What is a Disaster?

I have not had the chance until now to say anything in writing about Ron Perry. I first worked with Ron when he was in Seattle shortly after Mount St. It was a wonderful relationship, one that makes me not the least surprised to note how many scholars he has worked with. Ron maintained his editorial independence and integrity but at the same time was supportive.

And when the time came for him to move on we together were fortunate enough to be able to choose a wonderful successor in Bob Stallings. And that document—this should come as no surprise—was written by none other than Henry Quarantelli. I want to thank both Bob Stallings and Benigno Aguirre for allowing me to stay on as general editor of this series of books because of the opportunity it has given me to say thanks to both Henry and Ron for their contributions to our field of which this book is only the latest example.

The first book—What is a Disaster? Perspectives on the Question— appeared in and brought together thirteen contributors and discussants from six countries and nine academic disciplines. The goal for the second book is the same as that for the first: select an interdisciplinary, international collection of disaster researchers and ask them to present their definition of disasters. In both volumes the selection of authors followed a philosophy of gaining wide variation, rather than attempting any sort of random or representative sampling.

The principal product of both books is an examination of meaning, as well as the exchange of ideas, with respect to disaster as a phenomenon of study. Ultimately, the purpose of course is to emphasize the exchange, not to promote any particular definition. The exercise of defining and then discussing definitions addresses several important issues in both research and application.

First, it enables one to gage the consensus about what disasters are both among researchers and between researchers and practitioners. The authors in this volume go far to differentiating the use of disaster definitions as a basis for government action versus as a basis for identifying a field of study. The variation observed among researchers permits one to assess the extent and the conceptual dimensions along which the field of study is growing and changing.

Finally, there is a strong policy side to this work. As we move into the new century, the experience with terrorism has challenged both governments and disaster researchers. This is especially relevant to the issue of comprehensive emergency management and integrated emergency management systems as promoted in the United States.

This volume is structured to follow the first book. Authors were asked to present their definition of disaster and explain it, and in addition to react to the definitions offered by authors in the first volume. The eight contributors were paired with one of two discussants.

Cutter, Rohit Jigyasu and Neil Britton. David Alexander teaches in England and was trained as a geographer and geologist. Cutter is an American Geographer, Dr.

Jigyasu is an architect and planner, and Dr. Britton is a social scientist with broad applied experience at the national level in disaster management. In Part I, each contributor presents their discussion, followed by Dr.

Part II of the book presents the definitional statements by four additional authors. Allen Barton is a sociologist and pioneer in the field of disaster studies. Arjen Boin is a professor of public administration, Philip Buckle is professor of disaster management and Denis Smith a professor of management.

Robert Stallings, professor of sociology and public policy serves as discussant for this group. This part also closes with reactions from each author to Dr. The book closes with Part III, which contains two papers. Perry reviews the efforts of the contributors and discussants in this book and examines conceptual definitional differences among them and implications for theory construction. The purpose of this closing paper is to explore the field of disaster research and define an agenda for study in the twenty-first century.

He identifies and examines critical questions in the areas of theory, methodology and professional implementation. Ronald W. Perry Tempe, Arizona E. Calamity is thus a recurrent feature of human life.

Catastrophe is exceptional for the people involved, but at a grander scale it is almost run-of-the-mill, even more so given the recurrent spatial patterns that characterise it. Even at the local scale, extreme events can be routine see Jeffrey Not only is disaster common—and increasingly so—it is an extraordinarily revealing sort of affliction. It can be interpreted in various ways as a window upon the inner workings of society.

To begin with, any failure to mitigate hazards is shown up in their impacts. Third, human relations are made more explicit and conspicuous by the increased levels of socialization that commonly occur in the immediate aftermath of disaster.

Fourth, the spotlight is turned on ways of life that have been threatened or disrupted. As a result, cultural traits may be accentuated and subjected to scrutiny by outsiders Gherardi Models and interpretations of disaster abound, but the phenomenon is so multi-faceted that a general theory of universal explanatory power is unlikely ever to be formulated. Moreover, changes in society and economy dare one call them evolution?

This chapter will therefore examine various thematic interpretations of calamity—perceptual, symbolic, socio-economic and strategic— in relation to world events and current developments in society.

It will seek out the connections between them. First, however, I will begin with a word about definitions. They can be classed broadly as geography, anthropology, sociology, development studies, health sciences and the geophysical sciences with engineering. Possibly social psychology can be added as a seventh.

Not all of these fields have made a serious attempt to define disaster before studying it. Indeed, many researchers have either taken the definitions for granted or have side-stepped the issue. The explanations and definitions given by Quarantelli and his colleagues in the first symposium and book entitled What is a Disaster?

Quarantelli b are so varied and detailed that they are practically impossible to summarise in brief. Quarantelli himself argued c: that we define disaster intuitively. Gilbert 11 regarded it, among other things, as the passage to a state of uncertainty. Porfiriev 72 , but the definitions are very tentative and mostly rather specific to the sociological perspective on disasters. Would geophysical scientists and engineers accept them?

Perhaps they ought to, as the following comparison suggests. Except from the point of view of local flora and fauna, the event was a mere geological curiosity, discovered by accident during a routine aerial photography over flight. In contrast, the Aberfan landslide of in South Wales was times smaller and moved times more slowly, but it killed people, of them small children.

It was a major disaster and led to decades of hardship for bereaved survivors Austin This implies that physical magnitude is not necessarily very useful to our attempts to develop a general definition of disaster.

Three important questions related to the definition problem are as follows. I t would be interesting to see whether physical and social scientists have the same answers to these questions. It is pretty clear that the sociologists would look for the solutions in the form, function and mutation of the social system. Most engineers would have at least a rough, intuitive idea of the physical forces relative to earthquakes, explosions, crashes, etc. Their advice is often more central to policy formulation than are those of social scientists who are more able to predict the actual human consequences.

But despite the current vogue for examining the societal implications of engineering Zebrowski , there is little evidence that social and physical scientists are on the same wavelength and would arrive at a common perspective. My aim here is to explore the ways in which our view of the phenomenon should be adapted to accommodate the perspectives of the most severely affected victims, as more than ever before disaster is becoming a question of social equity and manipulation of society Bankoff Regularities in perception are usually considered to be dependent upon consensus i.

It seems logical to assume that the outrages did not change the essence of disaster itself, but perhaps the matter is not quite so simple Alexander a. The attacks were a watershed in both official and public perception of disaster and they changed the focus of preparedness Calhoun et al.

Some would even regard it as a clash of civilizations Huntington As a strategic reality this generalization may not survive critical analysis, especially as it relies upon maintaining a widespread ignorance of history, both ancient and modern. But for many world leaders it is a convenient fiction, for it endows international relations with a new form of polarity to replace that lost when the Soviet bloc crumbled and the Chinese started to liberalize their economy. Whether or not it has adopted the right approach towards international relations, the United States of America has shown a genius for organization.

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Contusions - Lack Of Afro - This Time (CD, Album)

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Baby Be Mine [ft. Juliette Ashby] Ed Martin] Don't Do Me Over [ft. Nick Corbin] The Messin' Around Intermission Back In Business [ft. Reach Out Talk Louder [ft. Home [ft. Good Love [ft. Emma Noble] Take It Up A Notch [ft. The album is blessed with some incredible vocal performances.

Lack of Afro continues to go from strength to strength. Back In Business EP feat. Hello Baby: The Instrumentals. On Bandcamp Radio. Featuring guests Duval Timothy and Liv. My Groove Your Move. Special Baby.

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He started the alto saxophone at the age of 11 and had progressed to Grade 8 by the time he was Meanwhile when he was 15 he had been shown simple beats on the drum kit by his uncle and he then took this further by playing along to records in his lunch-breaks at school. By the … read more.

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Rock & Roll High School - The Ramones* - Loco Live (CD, Album)

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The Rolling Stone Album Guide. Road to Ruin. Dee Dee Ramone. Rocket to Russia. End of the Century. Dee Dee, Johnny Ramone. Dee Dee, Daniel Rey. Halfway to Sanity. Tommy Ramone , Dee Dee. Greatest Hits Live We're Outta Here! B [2]. The Rolling Stone Album Guide. Johnny Ramone. Robert Harris , Paul Francis Webster. Kathleen Brennan , Tom Waits. During this time, the film went through several different title changes including Heavy Metal Kids and Girl's Gym.

Arkush directed the majority of the film, but Dante also helped when Arkush was suffering from exhaustion. Corman originally wanted Cheap Trick or Todd Rundgren to play the band, but due to a conflict of schedules, he was forced to find an alternative. The genesis for the plot was a favorite story told to the film's original writer by his father, Raymond E.

Central High school in the s. The actual demolition of the school was used in the end of the film. The explosion of the school was so great that many on the set were scared away by the blast and, temporarily, would not return. One year later, in , it was released on DVD by Lumivision. The film is a part of Shout!

Factory released the film with exclusive content on Blu-ray on May 11, [9] and again on November 19, with a new 4K restoration. Records was released around the same time, but it included only a limited number of songs from the film. The original Ed Stasium mixes were not issued until the compilation album Ramones Mania and the compilation album Hey!

Let's Go: The Anthology , respectively. This sequel was not as well received as its predecessor, as it received mixed to negative reviews, earning a 4. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Blitzkrieg Bop. I Believe In Miracles. Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment. I Wanna Be Sedated. I Wanna Live.

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Plot. The movie is set in Vince Lombardi High School keeps losing principals to nervous breakdowns because of the students' love of rock 'n' roll and their disregard for education. The leader of the students, Riff Randell (P. J. Soles), is the biggest Ramones fan at clubexandalynewlapeconmembspanat.coinfo waits in line for three days to get tickets to see the band, hoping to meet Joey Ramone so she can give him a.

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