Subject: clarification what i mean is explain empty now, not the actual french song. Subject: nothing in particular empty now. Spread before him was the latest batch of pardons and prison cummutations awaiting his signature. Prison reform and rehabilatation were matters close to his heart. His detractors were furious over Stoneman's propensity for mercy towards thieves, murderers, scalawags, bushwackers and the like. The Governor, however, had certain first-hand knowledge of what it was like to fall victim to life's circumstances.
After West Point, his career in the military was doomed by a series of misfortunate events. He proved himself to be inept as a military tactician, but under William T. Sherman's tutelage in total warfare, Stoneman achieved a certain notoriety in the lesser arts of pillagery. Ша!
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I am impressed!! Tho the song I mentioned had nothing to do with them Mrinal Sen is one the foremost directors of India, but he belongs to the slightly avant-garde style. Abstract and socialist in his view-point.
Along with Satyajit Ray and Ritwik Ghatak he could be called as among the founders of parallel cinema in India Raj Kapoor on the other side is a symbol of commercial Indian cinema He is a legend as well I hate the song and dance routines. But if they are thinking Garth then mebbe its time for me to revise my opinion. He is the Shakespeare of India, if one has to draw a parallel.
But Tagore goes even beyond that. He is regarded as the father of modern Bengali language. He was a brilliant novelist, essayist, short-story writer, dramatist, poet, songwriter, music composer, painter, educationist. And a patriot to boot too. Along with Sen he also hails from the province of Bengal where I come from. May be I am missing something??
I have one concert with me, and it sounded pretty nice. Norah "Bessie Smith" Jones is the illegit. I have been listening to her lately and I simply love her voice. Bones: Thanx for the review Subject: Norah Jones Ms. Jones' live cover of "Bessie Smith" is very good, indeed, and of course it is available from this site. Just click the link above and a nice RealAudio stream with Nora doing "Bessie" will be delievered from Lilys Theme (From the film The Life And Times Of Judge Roy Bean) - Denis Lopez Liquid Latin* - Ci server to your home computer - free of charge :- Entered at Mon Sep 30 CEST from m The number of recent cover versions of Band songs is heartwarming.
I wish she would record it for her next release. I wondered the same thing I'm a monkeeeey It just popped into my head I lost a good frybread recipe she sent me too Once again, I am trying to do the old guestbook catch up here! I didn't think I was going to make it to the show, and at the last minute, everything worked out! I was so happy to be there to see all the good people, some who traveled very far to be there.
When they started the show with "Forever Young" I knew it was going to be a great night of music! When they played "Life is a Carnival" not one person was sitting down!
Steve: You need to expand that dance floor! Needless to say, many thanks to the Jim Weider's Band, for bonding such great friendship's through your music! The Band's music just has that power, to bond friendships through all the show's, and through this wonderful Lilys Theme (From the film The Life And Times Of Judge Roy Bean) - Denis Lopez Liquid Latin* - Ci. Thanks Jan for all your hard work!
A Belated Happy Birthday to Maud! The latest from Mix in an interview with the recently and unfortunately deceased producer Gus Dudgeon. For those of you unfamiliar, Dudgeon was a storied British record producer who loved Americana type music, thus the perfect guy to do those early Elton John albums.
Anyway, in perhaps his final interview, this nugget: "I loved bands like Little Feat and The Band, Don Chu Con Johnny El Bravo - Chuito El De Bayamón Con Johnny El Bravo - Sabor A Pueblo were one of the finest collections of players ever put together in one group in my opinion.
Subject: for all and sundry Hi all, Your favorite neighborhood Supraman is here again As in what was the significance? The reason being that Indira is very much an Indian name Indira Gandhi. Is Purnadas Baul the link? I dont remember this question being asked here before Now onto some more pressing matters.
Peter Viney is one of the reasons why we continue to have such stimulating, interesting and educative discussions here, and it is the same reason why I come here everyday and read every post. And I know for a fact that much of what I know has just been picked up from them. I wish that some of this mudslinging would stop now. I have one concert video of his Jim Reeves - Songs Belfast named Waterfront or something which is simply brilliant!!
And of course Play on, ye olde Irish Bard!! As for Travis, I downloaded their version of TW frm this site Lilys Theme (From the film The Life And Times Of Judge Roy Bean) - Denis Lopez Liquid Latin* - Ci long time back and they have done a fantastic job at capturing the spirit of the song. To me The Weight is like a never-ending song, it goes on in cycles and seems like continuing forever. There is a very old Hindi film song from the 50s that also does the same for me but I doubt anyone here would have heard it.
We all love ya!! Are there any updates on Garth playing in Bollywood movies? And if he does come down to India some time, I would not mind making the pilgrimage. Standing on the grounds of his palacial estate, "Los Robles" The Oaksamidst the sprawling acres dotted with orchards now blanketed in smoke, the Governor found himself lost in the haze of memories.
He was transported back two decades in time, where on horseback on the dusty road to Macon, Georgia, he turned back to north through the darkness of night to watch the distant fires blazing through Atlanta. Abruptly, the voice of his ranch foreman jolted him back to the present in San Marino, California, thousands of miles away from that moment and that war in the past.
The memory still brought him a twitch of pain, as he recalled his capture just days later at the hands of the Rebels. But the voice drew him back, as he found himself choking on the smoke of the present -- "It must have been them Mexicans, General.
I seen Dream Dream Dream - Various - For The Collector bunch of them riding off just before the fire started.
Those sum-of-a-bitches always seem to put up one hell of a fight when defending their land. Thank you very much, you're the most attracting reason who make us scrolling daily the GB. At this instant you led me back to my normal state, cause my last post is through the subject irreverrential toward the GBers whom I have a great respect.
I wrote it in a moment of ungry and musical passion In a very few words you practically answerd to a whole set of mine posts. But there is an essential question, perhaps are you informed Is Robbie Robertson the first guitarist who used the tremor tremolo in italian generic musical term in the history of rock players?
Thanks in advance. I believe they were from just east of Toronto, but sang with fake English yob accents. Another great Canadian coal song - though not about mining the stuff - is "Loading Coal" by the Five Sounds.
An excellent Bo Diddly beat record. Subject: What Lil Said Most of the World Wide Web is as much of a vast wasteland as television, but this is an oasis and I hope Jan knows how much most of us appreciate it.
Rosalind: click the link for a fairly interesting obituary of Tim Rose. The bit about the supposed offer to replace Brian Jones in the Stones sounds unlikely but you never know I just listened to Travis' version of "The Weight" I had never heard it before. Almost as good as The Jan's :- I had mentioned to our esteemed webmaster just It Wont Be Long - The Beatles - The Beatles Collection that the wealth of information on this site is absolutely mind-boggling.
If I had the time and the patience to actually sit here for 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for a few weeks. I'm sure I still wouldn't hit on everything there is to hear and see here. And so, in thanking Jan again for this amazing place, I also want to thank everyone out there for the contributions that have made this site so incredible. Have a good day everyone. You made an interesting football analogy on the status of various players in the team or the group.
I agree that the midfield tactician is the key to a team, but I suspect that often attacking players like lead guitarists actually get the kudos.
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