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Kiss My Ass - Ted Nugent - Spirit Of The Wild (CD, Album)

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Lark Rise

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Remove from wishlist failed. Adding to library failed. Please try again. Follow podcast failed. Unfollow podcast failed. A monthly selection of Audible Originals. Lark Rise By: Flora Thompson. No default payment method selected. Add payment method. Switch payment method. We are sorry. We are not allowed to sell this product with the selected payment method. Pay using card ending in. Taxes where applicable.

People who bought this also bought Publisher's Summary Lark Rise is Flora Thompson's childhood memories of a north Oxfordshire village, the people who lived and worked in it, and a way of life that has totally disappeared. What listeners say about Lark Rise. Reviews - Please select the tabs below to change the source of reviews.

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They were written by Flora Thompson and first published together in The stories were previously published separately as Lark Rise in , Over to Candleford in and Candleford Green in The stories relate to three communities: the hamlet of Juniper Hill Lark Rise , where Flora grew up; Buckingham Candleford , one of the nearest towns which include both Brackley and Bicester and the nearby village of Fringford Candleford Green , [2] where Flora got her first job in the Post Office.

According to Richard Mabey in his book Dreams of the Good Life , Thompson "was a sophisticated and imaginative writer, involved in a more complicated business than straightforward autobiography". The stories are told in the third person by 'Laura' a version of the author's childhood self who observes events directly, while the adult author is also present as a second narrator, commenting and reflecting on past events.

Mabey comments that the counterpoint between these dual viewpoints "is part of what gives Lark Rise its unique voice". Because Thompson wrote her account some forty years after the events she describes she was able to identify the period as a pivotal point in rural history: the time when the quiet, close-knit and peaceful rural culture, governed by the seasons, began a transformation, through agricultural mechanisation, better communications and urban expansion, into the homogenised society of today.

It appears as allegory, for example in Laura's first visit to Candleford without her parents: the journey from her tiny village to the sophisticated town representing the temporal changes that would affect her whole community. This device allows Thompson to comment on the action, using the voice of "Laura" as the child she was and as the adult narrator, without imposing herself into the work.

Thompson wrote a sequel, Heatherley , set in Grayshott , Hampshire, describing her life working in the Post Office at the turn of the century, but the period lacked the changing social significance described in her earlier works and she did not seek to have it published.

The television scriptwriter and playwright Keith Dewhurst adapted Thompson's trilogy into two plays, Lark Rise and Candleford , which were performed in the Cottesloe auditorium of London's National Theatre in —9. Dewhurst's concept was to reflect the familiarity, one for another, of the village inhabitants by staging the plays as a promenade, with the theatre seats removed and the actors, musicians and audience intermingling.

Thomas is convinced that Marley is evil incarnate. Episode 4. The Lark Risers start fattening up the pig for a feast, but Twister can't resist the temptation of selling off cuts of the animal to the people of Candleford. Episode 5. Daniel is planning a cricket match against a neighboring village team, but his regular players are away. Defeat looks certain until he discovers that the finest batsman in the county is right under his nose - and she's a woman.

Episode 6. Gabriel has finally completed the machine which he hopes will restore his fortunes and farmers are soon asking to buy his invention. Dorcas is delighted for him, until she realizes it could mean his departure from Candleford. You May Also Like. Upstairs Downstairs. Maison Close. Murdoch Mysteries. Sense and Sensibility The Lark Risers start fattening up the pig in preparation for a sumptuous pig feast, but Twister can't resist the temptation of selling off cuts of the animal to the people of Candleford.

At the post office, Gabriel is proving to be a less than perfect house guest. Thomas is euphoric when he lands the job of organizing the church bazaar. But his joy soon evaporates when the vicar falls ill, and the controversial and free-thinking Reverend Marley takes charge. Thomas is convinced that Marley is evil incarnate, and when he comes across a snake on his postal rounds, he sees it as a sign that the devil is indeed amongst them. When Daniel announces that his newspaper is launching a poetry competition, the folks of Lark Rise and Candleford are thrown into a frenzy of creative writing.

Pearl, Margaret and Alfie all vie to take home the trophy with their poetic offerings, but Ruby is spreading a rumor that Laura and Daniel have fixed the outcome of the competition.

Gabriel Cochrane, the once wealthy owner of a large Iron Foundry, arrives. The bank has repossessed his home and business, his young wife has died, and Gabriel finds himself looking for a new start. The people of Candleford take him to their hearts.

When the postmaster at Inglestone, with an old score to settle, tries to force Dorcas into selling up, she is faced with the heartbreaking prospect of losing her home and denying Sydney his dream of running the post office one day.

Mischief Night is approaching and the folks of Lark Rise and Candleford are excitedly planning tricks to play on their neighbours.

But Laura is in no mood for silly pranks - Fisher Bloom has returned, intent on winning her back, and it has thrown her feelings for Daniel into turmoil. When the local Lark Rise gossip Mrs Mullins discovers her daughter Emily is pregnant, she leaps to the conclusion that Daniel is the father. Everyone, including Laura, rallies round to defend him. But when Daniel's behaviour starts to arouse suspicion, and people begin to doubt him, Dorcas is determined to uncover the truth.

When the Lark Rise school loses its teacher, Emma steps in and discovers a talent she never knew she had. But Margaret also covets the role of schoolteacher, and the two women become rivals for the job. Over in Candleford, Thomas and Dorcas are at odds. The postman is agitating for better working conditions, and Dorcas isn't taking it well. The locals are rehearsing for their annual production of St George and the Dragon when they hear rumours that Sir Timothy has returned.

They are thrilled at the prospect of performing it for the squire himself, but with the play fast approaching and no sign of Sir Timothy, Dorcas decides to pay him a visit. She finds only Lady Adelaide. As the two women come face to face they are forced to confront their shared history, learning more about each other than they could have imagined.

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MALASPINA - Joans Diary - sindrome Vaucanson (CDr, Album)

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After The Clap - Drugs Made Me Smarter - In A Scratch (File, MP3, Album)

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Cookie Policy. The shield was bent and scuffed, but other than that, it was whole. Nora didn't care. It wasn't sitting on Pyrrha's back, underneath her long mane of deep crimson hair. It wasn't upon the girl's arm, acting as the perfect platform to launch Nora up in the air so she could deliver a finishing strike.

Therefore, it wasn't Pyrrha's. The sword wasn't even a sword anymore. The weapon had been melted apart into three separate pieces, the wounds upon them ugly and garish. The blade was utterly dulled, and the colours were leaden and lifeless. Nora numbly picked up the hilt, pushing the trigger she had seen Pyrrha press so many times before.

With each press, she waited for it- would it become a rifle? A javelin? A robot suit? She didn't know what the weapon was capable of. It wasn't as if she had seen Pyrrha use it for very long.

There were no sobs which wracked her frame, no wails to ring through the town, no curses at the heavens for taking away Nora's closest friend, her family. The tears just ran silently down her cheeks, and she let them.

She would cry fully, wholly, completely tonight. And after that, she'd focus on helping Ren and Jaune heal. They needed her to be the happy Nora they knew- because if they lost both Nora and Pyrrha that night, the boys would break. She sat there for a long time, letting the sorrow intermingle with the pride she felt for the other girl.

For every pang of heartbreak and misery, she would think back to the times that made her smile. For every single horrible thought that crossed her mind, she let herself revel in the warmth that Pyrrha had always made her feel.

And, by the time she had dried her eyes and wandered back to the makeshift hospital, bundle rewrapped and clutched close to her chest, and she had curled up at the foot of the bed while the two boys slept away their exhaustion, her heart sang with love and affection for the other girl, vowing to do whatever she could to live up to the heroine she had grown to adore more than anything. When Ren finally awoke over a day later, they showed him the remains of Pyrrha's armour and weapons.

The boy simply chewed on his lip, brows furrowed and locked onto the scraps of metal laying before him. Nora hung her head, crawling closer to him. She lay her head against his shoulder. Don't make me say it, she begged Jaune silently. Despite all of her ambitions the night before, she knew that it would hurt nonetheless to voice the truth aloud. In that moment, all she wanted was to forget, to pretend it had never happened- to just focus on the heat of Ren's body pressed against her side.

Jaune didn't speak. When Nora looked up at the blond at last, she gasped on instinct. The boy just stood at Ren's bedside, tears silently streaming down his face. He wouldn't say a word, quivering lips pressed shut tightly. Nora's heart fell into the pit of her stomach. He doesn't want to say it out loud, either. I guess… it's my job. As quietly as she could, she breathed, "We were right… about the fire. On top of the tower. And Ren covered his face with his hands and began to shake, his shoulders trembling minutely at first, the tremors growing stronger and stronger until Nora was forced to sit up, away from him.

The first wail finally ripped free from his lips, a sound so haunting that it pierced straight through Nora's very soul. She hadn't heard him truly cry since they were young.

She had promised herself back then that she wouldn't ever let him weep ever again. She clenched her hands, fisting the bedsheets bitterly as he wept.

Jaune quickly joined him, and the two boys crumbled before her very eyes. I'm sorry. I'm sorry I couldn't keep my promise. I'm sorry you're crying again. I'm so sorry. She raised her eyes towards the ceiling, feeling the tears refusing to disappear back into her own eyes, hot trails rolling down her own cheeks despite her willing them away.

Pyrrha, I'm sorry they're crying. I'll do better. It's just too fresh. I just- I swear to you. But when she realized that the louder wails had stopped and the anger and frustration had all drained away, the two boys were left almost as husks- almost.

Their loneliness remained. Their regret remained. So, she crawled awkwardly over Ren's body, cursing under her breath when the movement agitated her own wounds. When she was finally situated comfortably on Ren's other side between him and Jaune, she carefully reached forward and re-wrapped Pyrrha's armour up lovingly.

After that was put away, she reached out, gently dragging both boys' softly weeping faces into her shoulders, holding them tight. Her voice cracked as she spoke, and she hated it. Still, she continued on. She'll always be with us. It's okay to cry, though.

By the next morning, though, Ren had come to terms with it. He knew, just as much as Nora- if not more- how to deal with the loss of a loved one. There was no point in cursing the past. They had to move on. Jaune was still broken, though.

And it hurt her so deeply to realize that she didn't know how to fix him. From then on, they dedicated their entire beings into growing the safe zone in Vale until they could take back the majority of the city from the Grimm. The world was more divided than ever thanks to the White Fang's involvement and the doubt around Atlesian Military technology, too.

All of the fear showed in the uncertainty constantly lingering in the back of everyone's minds. The only way they could communicate for the moment were small, local newspapers- the area housing many of the smaller printing companies had been largely unaffected during the attack, since few people lived nearby enough to attract the Grimm.

Therefore, the journalists of Vale were charged with disseminating as much information as they could in the form of small newspapers and bulletins posted around the safe zone. Once those became a regular occurrence, the people began to settle more into a routine- wake up, read the news on the bulletin boards, then eat something and get back to work.

It was a positive change. At least, it was positive for the civilians. The obituaries began appearing within two weeks, and the students immediately began shying away from reading the boards. Too many names upon the pages and pages of deaths uncovered every day were far too familiar to them.

It just… it wasn't fair. Nora, Ren and Jaune avoided those boards the most. They still didn't know how to process it all- people would give them looks of sympathy as the news spread by word of mouth, but it would all just glance off of them.

How were they supposed to react? Aw, gee, thanks for your pity! Yup, my best friend is one of the dead ones, isn't it sad? Don't worry, though, we'll be fine! A part of Nora hated herself for being as empty inside as she was. How in the world would Pyrrha react, seeing how she was handling it all?

She knew from the bottom of her heart that the redhead only ever wanted them to be smiling, safe, and happy. That's all Pyrrha ever wanted for anyone. But Nora knew that the pain would pass. It would be hard, and it would hurt like nothing else- but it would pass, and she'd hold up their boys as much as she could.

When the fated paper finally came, though, it wasn't how Nora had expected it. The obituaries in the local papers did nothing to do Pyrrha justice. Since they were trying to preserve ink as a limited resource for the moment, there were no pictures printed for most of the names listed. But, thanks to her renown, Pyrrha was given the place of honour amongst a page of dead students. It felt both gratifying to see the tiny, black-and-white picture they had of her printed there, and soul-crushing at the same time.

A monochromatic photo would never be able to truly depict her red and gold and green vibrancy in any way. Anything less than perfect seemed like an insult. Although copies of the paper were few and far between, it was Team CFVY who managed to get them a copy of their own. Coco handed off the copy to Jaune, expression blank.

Unlike her usual self from Beacon, the older girl was dressed in simple coveralls, grime and muck coating her from head to toe. Her normal beret was nowhere to be seen, and her hair was pinned back sensibly. The only remnant of her previous persona was her sunglasses, and even those were cracked along the bottom of the frame.

Jaune frowned helplessly, holding out the paper so Nora and Ren could crowd around on either side, reading the words underneath the photo.

Known as the 'Invincible Girl' by beloved audiences, as a daughter and proud pupil by her mother and teachers, and as an irreplaceable ally and teammate by friends and other students, Pyrrha's flame burned brighter than anyone else in her generation, and she passed while valiantly defending her loved ones from the assault on Beacon. Her beautiful heart and soul shall be remembered for many years to come, and the positive, supportive impact she had on those around her will never be forgotten.

She shall be missed. Nora's eyes grew glassy for just a moment, but she blinked the tears away. It's true, Pyrrha. We miss you. Jaune thumbed over Pyrrha's cheek in the photo, drawing in a sharp breath. Nora glanced over the photo again, realizing slowly what Jaune was so fixated on. And then, Jaune's mouth pressed into a thin line. He folded up the paper, put it into his pocket, gave a curt nod to their former seniors, and walked back to their room.

We'll look out for you. Faster we work, faster we get a vacation- which means faster I get to go buy some new clothes. I'm sick of these digs. Nora and Ren traded glances before following Jaune. It's real, Nora thought, grabbing onto Ren's sleeve. His warm hand covered hers in reassurance, and she relaxed a little when she felt that it was trembling just as much as hers.

They found him in their bedroom. They heard a soft click , as if something was being closed shut, when they entered the room. Jaune spun around to face them, quickly swiping under his eyes. He gave them each a strained smile. Nora sighed, worry filling her heart. In the corner of her eye, she could see the remains of the newspaper discarded on their desk. A large hole was left where Pyrrha's obituary and photo had been.

Jaune had clearly cut it out for safekeeping. She wanted to stay in there for longer, to hide away from the world. Yet, they had no choice but to keep moving forward. I've gotta keep the boys going.

She reached forward, looping her arm through Jaune's, then dragged him forward. When she passed the other boy, she looped her other arm through Ren's similarly. I am so sick of being zapped all day now that they're fixing the rest of the grid. Think we could fight some Grimm? The other two didn't respond, but after a moment, she heard soft chuckles from them both, and warmth lit up in her belly. The next day, they finally received their new phones, courtesy of Professor Oobleck.

The man knocked speedily upon their door, standing upright under the frame when they finally opened it, refusing to step in. I've been looking for you. Glynda sent me with these," he handed Ren the phones, "and I wanted to give you three an update," the sprightly Huntsman explained at a breakneck pace. They will remind you what is worth fighting for- the ones who are left. The man held up a hand, stopping Jaune in his tracks. Beacon is no more. The day when I am able to welcome you back into my lecture hall, you may call me your Professor once again.

Until then, I am just a Huntsman. I didn't spend all that time working on a doctorate for nothing. She knew he hated being called that. To her immense relief, the man just rolled his eyes and waved them off. Stay safe. Do work you're proud of. Call your friends.

Ren efficiently set up each of the old phones and input everyone's relevant contact data into them. He handed them out, directing, "Make sure you add all important info from your Scrolls into here. We don't know how long we'll be using these. Silently punching numbers into their new phones, Nora couldn't help but giggle. Ren caught her gaze, grinning knowingly back. Ren shook his head ruefully and went back to transferring data between the two devices.

On the other side of the room, however, Jaune was preoccupied with something else. Nora paused in what she was doing, watching the blond fidget with the phone pressed to his ear, nervously tapping fingers against his knee.

Finally, it seemed like he got the answer he was looking for. Instantly, relief washed over his face, and he collapsed back onto his cot, anxious laughter slipping through his lips unchecked. You picked up. I can't believe this signal is even reaching you- you know what, I'm not going to question it. I'm in Vale. Helping rebuild it, what else? No, Mom, I'm a Huntsman-in-training, remember?

I've got to stay if I can make a difference. She looked up, then pulled Ren's hand resting upon her arm into her own, gently dragging him to sit by her side. He complied, a tender smile on his face that surely mirrored her own. Jaune was smiling as he ran through his hellos to all of his sisters and his father.

How long had it been since Jaune had truly smiled? We're gonna be okay, Nora thought wryly. Not perfect, but good enough. Don't worry, Pyrrha. Our dumb boys will be okay. Nora nodded absentmindedly. She didn't like calling the Huntsmen who had sponsored their entry into Beacon- it wasn't as if they had a close connection to them anyways. Their sponsorship had been more of a PR move by a few wealthy, old-blood Huntsmen once they had seen just how skilled the two youngsters were in combat.

It had been pure coincidence that the Huntsmen who had actually raised Nora and Ren had been dirt poor, desperate, and in the same area as a visiting Professor Ozpin at the time. The headmaster had lamented aloud at how 'such talented students wouldn't be able to attend Beacon due to something as measly as entrance fees'.

The wealthier Huntsmen, eager to win over the headmaster of Beacon, had promised to send Nora and Ren on the spot. The rest was history. Nora didn't care, either way. She had just wanted an escape from Anima, which was why she had accepted it. Best to leave talking to them to Ren. Ren had always been much better at pleasantries, anyways.

However, there was no answer. Suddenly, a pang of homesickness hit her in the stomach. Maybe it was because she had been thinking of her life as a trainee, but she was feeling very sentimental out of the blue. So, Nora punched in a very different set of numbers once the black-haired boy shrugged, putting his phone down- he was, as expected, totally nonplussed about not being able to reach their sponsors. When he saw the number Nora was putting in, though, his eyes lit up, and he leaned forward, waiting expectantly.

These numbers, Nora cared about. The people who were sometimes on the other end of the ten-digit code actually mattered to her. Yet, there was no ringing- no answer. This concerned her. Although she had never once really called them during their entire time at Beacon aside from the first night to tell them they had arrived, the Huntsmen who had raised them would never not be available to talk during a time of crisis. She just knew it. Was it just that she was out of range, or had something happened to them over the last eight months?

Jaune's battery began to protest at his long call once it hit twenty-five minutes, and the blond reluctantly moved to hang up the phone. However, his expression soured suddenly, and Nora and Ren could only watch as the blond approached the black-wrapped parcel still sitting solemnly upon their shared worktable. He hummed every once in a while, grunting to acknowledge what was being said on the other end of the phone.

Unwrapping it with one hand, the blond retrieved Pyrrha's circlet, the formerly-shining piece utterly dull, devoid of life, in the dark room. Shakily, he sat back down, his eyes locked on the metal now resting in his lap. I don't think they were close, they had a pretty strained relationship when she was here. Yes, I know she was a celebrity- doesn't change the fact- she said I was a good leader, okay? I was good… yeah, it probably was all thanks to her- wow, thanks.

That's not funny. It hurts- no, I'm not okay. Dad, I-" Jaune cast a guilty, heartbroken glance furtively at Nora and Ren, then lowered his voice further, "-I only wish you could've met her, too. She was… amazing. I really-". But the rest was too quiet, too muffled to hear, as the blond turned to face away from his two teammates still seated at the other end of the room.

The conversation quickly wrapped up from there. Ren sighed, stepping out for a moment to grab some water. Nora ran her hands through her hair, throwing herself back onto her bed, letting her arms lay limply out by her sides. There was only one thing in her mind. When she didn't hear the blond say anything after hanging up the phone, Nora finally sat up, concerned. He had been on-and-off with his quietude and his tears for the weeks following Qrow and Professor Goodwitch's delivery.

She just wished she knew what to say to snap him out of it, since it sounded like he was falling into the latter once more. Jaune was motionless. He slumped over in his seat, clutching onto the circlet with all of his strength.

His knuckles were white and ashen with how tightly he held onto the metal, but it was only when a tiny rivulet of blood began to drip down the scuffed golden piece did Nora become alarmed. She sprang forward, yanking the circlet out of his hands.

He scrambled to get it back, and she once again saw the almost possessed fervour in his eyes, she knew it was time to talk about this.

Nora quickly tossed the boy Pyrrha's circlet, blocking Jaune's way forward when the blond tried to cut around her and grab it away from Ren. With a firm grip, Nora grabbed both of Jaune's shoulders and guided the blond to sit back down upon the edge of the bed, holding him there. Thank goodness I'm strong enough to hold up at least ten of me, now, she thought absently. The building work had done wonders on her muscle tone. Jaune began to struggle against her grip, but she held on tight.

Otherwise, I'd never be able to keep him here. Finally, the boy calmed down. Ren placed Pyrrha's circlet upon their nightstand after wiping away Jaune's blood, then ran out of the room.

He quickly re-entered with a wet washcloth in hand, getting to work on cleaning up Jaune's wounds. They had already almost healed completely thanks to the blond's abundant Aura, but the blood remained, a sickly reminder of what the boy had been doing to himself. Jaune looked blankly at his hands, as if it were the first time he had even realized what had been going on. She- she was going to- she would have given it all up for us.

She knew she couldn't win, but she did it anyways. How am I supposed to just…? The not-knowing was still the worst. If you just told us what-". It came so out of the blue that it sent a chill down the spines of the other two. Nora shared a horrified look with Ren. The normally-stoic boy stood, tensing up. Cutting in, the blond cried, "No, I can't! The only person I could ever tell anything to was- was- dammit!

Nora could still remember Pyrrha's face when she first found out about Jaune's secrets. What those secrets were, the redhead had never shared- but Nora remembered the look of heartbreak etched on the beautiful girl's face, how she had so disappointedly looked at the blond boy during their first few months at Beacon. Jaune did have secrets. Dancehall Johnny Osbourne. Budy Bye. Tad's Record Inc. Jimi Tenor. Sugar and Spice. Fear No One.

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Foggy Mental Breakdown - Steppenwolf - Steppenwolf 7 (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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Kay and Byrom do a better job of heading in that direction with their "Foggy Mental Breakdown" and "Hippo Stomp," while Byrom 's instrumental, "Earschplittenloudenboomer," had the attitude to be the next "Born to Be Wild," just not enough of the magic -- not explosive enough and no sneering Kay vocal to bring it home.

Kay and Byrom come back with more driving rock in "Who Needs Ya? The blueish images of the bandmembers in a desolate area with two skulls above them on the album cover make an interesting statement.

Steppenwolf 7 is an intriguing collection of album tracks showing the two sides of John Kay -- the hard rock singer and the artist setting his sights on interpreting other musical styles.

It came at a moment when the band needed to redefine itself on the AM band, but opted instead to just put out a decent product and take few risks. AllMusic relies heavily on JavaScript. Please enable JavaScript in your browser to use the site fully.

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Jump - that dog. - that dog. (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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Does this mix sound bad? It actually has its own character and is an interesting listen in its own right. The sound is not as full. The bass is defined but not as present in the mix. The drums more natural sounding. I really do enjoy hearing these mixes as it offers a completely different insight into the songs you know so well and how they might have sounded live. This release really is a treat for fans who can appreciate the different perspective this mix reveals.

For the causal listener the Rhino reissue will probably offer a cleaner, more common listening experience. But for the true fan, this must be heard. Still available on VMP website. Do not feed the flippers! Reply Notify me 4 Helpful.

Contains an interpolation of "The Show" [ Wake Up [ BMI Blueberry [ Contains an interpolation of "The Love You Save" [ OutroIntro [ Warren G appears courtesy of Def Jam Records. Raphael Saadiq appears courtesy of Mercury Records. Add Review Mr. On smartphones, you will need to click on the Statistics heading to view sales data. Provided will be the Lowest, Median and Highest amounts the version has been sold for on Discogs. By clicking on the Last Sold date you can view the full sales data, along with a chart to track price trends over time.

If you have more than one record to evaluate, try using the Discogs Collection tool. After only a handful of copies had been issued as promotional items, the album was withdrawn, retitled to Sinful , and released with completely different artwork showing the band in white suits against a white background. Prince — The Black Album — In , Prince intended to release an untitled album that had an all-black cover on which neither a title nor the name of the artist appeared.

The cover was replaced by a picture of the band sitting around a steamer trunk. We have written an extensive article about the Beatles Butcher cover. Paintings have been forged, currency has been counterfeited, and unfortunately, so have many rare records.

While there are many factors that go into determining vinyl records value, perhaps none is more important than the need for the record to be an original pressing and not a counterfeit pressing created at a later date to resemble the original issue. Counterfeit records first appeared on the market in the late s or early s and while the early attempts were rather obvious and fairly crude, technology has improved in recent years, making many counterfeit records difficult for the layman to identify.

These titles were sold by chain record stores alongside the legitimate record company issues. If a record routinely sells for a lot of money, there is a good chance that the title in question has been counterfeited. Many albums by the Beatles, along with other popular artists such as the Yardbirds, Elvis Presley, and Pink Floyd, have been counterfeited. In a few cases, such as the Beatles album Introducing the Beatles , counterfeit copies may actually outnumber the real ones.

It goes without saying that a counterfeit copy of a rare record will have limited value when compared with an original pressing. We have written an extensive article about counterfeit records. In the s through the mids, record companies kept close tabs on whether an album was selling well or poorly. Poor selling albums were usually removed from the catalog and existing copies were sold at a discount. Starting in the s, record companies took a different approach, and reduced the prices of slow-selling records, keeping them in print but offering them for sale at a lower price point.

Collectors often become interested in records that have gone out of print, and the prices for these no longer available titles can get quite high, depending on the artist and title. In these cases, collectors are usually paying high prices simply to hear the music. In the case of some albums, which may have only been originally for sale from small record companies, these reissues might actually sell more copies than the original album. While some collectors remain interested in owning an early or an original pressing of a recently reissued album, there are others who are only interested in hearing the music, and will be happy to own a reissued version of the album instead.

Most mass produced records sold over the past 60 years or so have been poorly cared for by their owners. They may have been played on low-quality equipment, stored outside of their covers, and handled by their playing surfaces, rather than their edges. Many covers were poorly stored, leading to ring wear or splits in the covers. Finding a copy of any record that is more than 20 years old in such condition is quite difficult, and the value of a record can vary widely depending on its condition.

In the case of many records from the late s and early s, finding worn and nearly-unplayable copies of a particular record might be relatively easy, while finding one in mint condition may be nearly impossible. In the case of such records, a mint copy might sell for 50 times as much money as a worn-out copy of the same record.

What does all of this mean? Starting in the late s, the easiest way to find out about vinyl records value was to consult a price guide. Over the past 40 years, a number of books have been published every other year or so that list the value of certain types of records. There are price guides for rock albums, jazz albums, classical albums, 45 RPM singles, country records, and soundtrack and original cast recordings.

There are also specialty price guides for records from Japan, records by the Beatles and records by Elvis Presley. While these guides have served collectors and sellers fairly well, the books are bulky, somewhat expensive, and have a tendency to become outdated rather quickly.

Before you get too excited when you find one of these albums at a thrift store, keep in mind that it was reissued in Glam rocker David Bowie was known for pushing the envelope with his awesome look, so it's no surprise that his album cover art would shock and awe as well. That was certainly the case with the original release of his Diamond Dogs LP.

His record label, RCA, pulled the first version of the cover, which depicted a cartoonish rendition of Bowie with "dog genitals" on the opposite side of the gatefold. Only a few of these worrisome issues of the album cover were released. I just bought them 2 weeks ago but they were in my car for a week and a half. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Click Here. Home About Us Why Us? Hi Anthony, In my opinion, it would be a gamble.

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Working On The Highway - Bruce Springsteen - High Hopes (CD, Album)

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Why: At 83 minutes, Springsteen's "River" can be a bit of chore to power through. Save yourself a few ticks and forget "Ramrod," a bounding roadhouse jam with grating organ blares, and less heart than the rest of the striking double album. Why: Written in 20 minutes, "Factory" is a flash glance at the work, the work, the work of a blue-collar average Joe.

But like the day-to-day of a busy warehouse, this tune is monotonous. When "Darkness" spins, "Factory" usually gets skipped. The album: Born To Run, Everything on the album ranges from great to legendary, but "Night" is lowest on this iconic totem pole — it's decidedly the most generic.

And now I feel dirty. Why: God save the cannonball! But the other tracks off "Innocent" — "Rosalita," "4th of July, Asbury Park Sandy " — are simply much stronger, even if they don't feature Garry Tallent on tuba. It's similar in theme to a few of the tracks from 's "Wrecking Ball" but sonically has more in common with 's "Working On A Dream" and is likely an outtake from that project.

Tom Morello has a guitar credit and his work integrates well with the rest of the instrumentation. Springsteen's voice draws the listener through the story of "travelers in the wasteland" as he relates in the liner notes with guitars, a rhythm section, some strings and backing vocals. Morello has performed this song with the band many times since then, and always appears to be inspired by being onstage with Bruce and the band -- and they meet his energy in kind.

He trades verses and shares harmonies with Springsteen, and shines on both rhythm and lead, the latter of which features those now-distinctive modulations, blazing like rockets alongside the E Street Band.

It would be tough to capture all of this on record, but they managed to do it and then some: loud, and fierce, with a raw musical power and emotion that hits right in the middle of one's chest.

It is the most powerful and successful track on "High Hopes. Early versions of the track were heartfelt but uneven; the theme was clearly important to Springsteen, but the song definitely felt raw and unfinished in its limited live performances.

Clearly, those issues have been resolved with the recording that made its way onto "High Hopes. Thumbelina — The Pretenders. Leila — ZZ Top. Willin' — Linda Ronstadt. Seashores of Old Mexico — Merle Haggard. Get Back — The Beatles. The Ballad of Boothill — Johnny Cash. The business news you need With a weekly newsletter looking back at local history.

Sign up! Cathalena E. Burch Reporter Cathalena has covered music for the Star for the past 20 years. Author facebook Author instagram Author youtube Author twitter Author email. Related to this story. Tucson pop rock band inspired by Mexican-American heritage. Great music. Love this style. I'll have to see what other new stuff Springsteen has released in the last couple of years. Very inspiring and up-lifting! First Springsteen song purchased!

Worth it. Go figure why it took so long to purchase my first song. See all reviews from the United States. Customers who bought this item also bought. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Waitin' On A Sunny Day. Chicago Tribute. Entertainment Weekly. The Guardian. The Independent. January 13, Slant Magazine. Hits Daily Double. Archived from the original on October 29, Backstreet Records. Hung Medien. Hrvatska Diskografska Udruga.

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High Hopes, an Album by Bruce Springsteen. Released January 10, on Columbia (catalog no. ; CD).

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