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Tracklist: 01. Merle Haggard - (My Friends Are Gonna Be) Strangers (Anderson) 02. Bonnie Owens - Excuse Me For Living (Anderson) 03. Billy Mize & Johnny Bond - Tom Dooley (Trad.) 04. Merle Haggard & Bonnie Owens - Slowly But Surely (Owen) 05. Merle Haggard & Bonnie Owens - Just Between The Two Of Us (Anderson) 06. Melody Ranch Gang - Deep In The Heart Of Texas (Hershey / Swander) 07. Billy Mize - Bouquet Of Roses (Hillard / Nelson) 08. Cathie Taylor - Just One Time (Gibson) 09. Halloran Singers Quartet - It Happened La Monterey (Rose / Wayne) 10. Roy Clark - Waiting For The Robert E. Lee (Muir / Gilbert) 11. Roy Clark -Everybody Watches Me (Turner / Williams) 12. Melody Ranch Band & Gang - Medley: Red Roses For A Blue Lady (Tepper / Brodsky) / Ramblln' Rose (Sherman / Sherman) / A Poor Man's Roses (Hilliard / Delugg) / San Antonio Rose (Wills) / The One Rose (That's Left My Heart) (Lyon / Mclntire) / Red Roses For A Blaa Lady (Reprise) (Tepper / Brodsky) 13. Roy Clark - Racing The Mule (Clark) 14. Roy Clark - Rose Colored Glasses (Carter) 15. Roy Clark & The Gang - Sally Was A Good Old Girl (Howard) 16. Melody Ranch Gang - Down In The Valley (Trad.) 17. Billy Mize - Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ato The Positive (Arlen / Mercer) 18. Barbara Mandrell - Release Me (Miller / Stevenson)
Tracklist: 01. Accept - Teutonic Terror 02. Sabaton - Uprising 03. Blind Guardian - A Voice In The Dark 04. Dimmu Borgir - Dimmu Borgir 05. Immortal - All Shall Fall 06. Death Angel - Truce 07. Avantasia - Dying For An Angel 08. Sonic Syndicate - Turn It Up 09. Filter - The Inevitable Relapse 10. Soilwork - Deliverance Is Mine 11. Exodus - Downfall 12. Kataklysm - Push The Venom 13. Overkill - Bring Me The Night 14. Eluveitie - Thousandfold 15. Equillibrium - Der Ewige Sieg 16. Ex Deo - The Final War 17. Suicidal Angels - Beyond The Laws Of 18. Arsis - Forced To Rock 19. Mnemic - Diesel Uterus 20. Tarot - I Walk Forever 21. Indica - Islands Of Light 22. Callejon - Sommer, Liebe, Kokain 23. Scar Symmetry - The Iconoclast 24. Filter - No Love 25. All Ends - Generation Disgrace 26. Rhapsody Of Fire - Sea Of Fate 27. Decrepit Birth - The Resonance 28. Suffocation - Cataclysmic Putrification 29. Nile - Permitting The Noble Dead... 30. Behemoth - Alas, The Lord Is Upon Me Bonus Clips: 31. Dimmu Borgir - Gateways 32. Sonic Syndicate - My Own Life 33. Sonic Syndicate - Revolution, Baby 34. Nightwish - The Islander 35. Behemoth - Ov Fire And The Void Bonus Live Clips: 36. Exodus - Children Of A Worthless God (Live) 37. Meshuggah - Straws Pulled At Random (Live) 38. Amorphis - The Castaway (Live) 39. Behemoth - Ov Fire And The Void (Live) 40. Doro - Rock You Like A Hurricane (Live) 41. Candlemass - The Bleeding Baroness (Live) 42. Immortal - Tyrants (Live)
A dazzling series of segments from the benchmark music-TV program "Melody Ranch," which brought rising and well-known stars of country music to West-Coast television in the late 60's and early 70's.Such artists as Glen Campbell, Merle Haggard, Barbara Mandrell, Waylon Jennings, Roy Clark, Donna Fargo, and others (appearing on various volumes of this Melody Ranch series) are seen as young singers on the rise, performing the hits that would soon make them country superstars. Nostalgia buffs and country music lovers alike will be compelled by glimpses of today's veterans as eager youngsters - and by reminders of the charm of pre-MTV approaches to music television. Tracklist: 01. Waylon Jennings - Mental Revenge02. Billy Mize - Born To Lose03. Waylon Jennings - Only Daddy That'll Walk The Line04. Johny Bond - Orange Blossom Special05. Billy Mize - Turn The World Around06. Waylon Jennings - Walk On Out Of My Mind07. Waylon Jennings - Yours Love08. Melody Gang & Carl Cotner - Look Down That Lonesome Road09. Melody Gang & Carl Cotner - Good Old Fashloned Hoedown10. Halloran Singers & The Gang - The Wayward Wind11. Waylon Jennings - Love Of The Common People12. Eddie Dean - Advice Of A Fool13. Melody Ranch Gang - Somewhere My Love14. Eddie Dean - There Goes My Everything 15. Melody Ranch Gang - Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes 16. Kenny Price - Southern Bound17. Johny Bond - Someday Sweetheart18. Kenny Price - Who Do I Know In Dallas19. Cathie Taylor - Just Out Of Reach 20. Jimmy Wakely - I'll Steal Away In The Crowd
Tracklist: 01. Jimmy Wakely - I Hung My Head And Cried (Bruner / Davis) 02. Cathie Taylor - Walk Right Back (Curtis) 03. Molly Bee - Gentle On My Mind (Hartford) 04. Melody Ranch Band & Carl Cotner - Jealousy05. Bernie Smith - Happy Days Are Here Again (Ager / Yellen) 06. Billy Mize - Goody Goody (Malneck / Mercer) 07. Molly Bee - Today I Started Loving You Again (Haggard / Owens) 08. Cathie Taylor - A Thing Called Love (Hubbard) 09. Donna Fargo - Daddy (Fargo) 10. Johny Bond - Whispering (Coburn / Rose / Schoenberger) 11. Cathie Taylor - Detour (Westmoreland) 12. Billy Mize - I'd Be A Legend In My Thee (Gibson) 13. Carl Cotner - Release Me (Miller / Stephenson) 14. Donna Fargo - Country Singer's Wife (Fargo) 15. Ronnie Sessions - Walking Down The Road (Sessions / Willis) 16. Johny Bond - You're Nobody's Sweetheart Now (Erdman/Kahn/Meyers/Schoebel) 17. Cathie Taylor - Four Walls (Campbell / Moore) 18. Billy Mize - It Hand To Be You (Jones / Kahn) 19. Carl Cotner - Any Time (Lawson) 20. Judy West - Try A Little Kindness (Austin/Sapaugh) 21. Cathie Taylor - Greensleeves (trad.) 22. Tex Williams - Texas Bill (Copyright Control) 23. Tex Williams & Melody Ranch Gang - Daddy Sang Bass (Perkins) 24. Johny Bond - In A Shack In Old Shanty Town (Little / Young / Siras) 25. Cathie Taylor - Walking In The Sunshine (Miller) 26. Billy Mize - Bouquet Of Roses (Hilliard / Nelson) 27. Carl Cotner - Music To Watch Girls By (Ramin / Velona) 28. Halloran Singers - Walt 'Tll Sun Shines Nellle (Sterling / Von Tilzer) 29. Tex Williams - Green Green Grass Of Home (Putman)
A dazzling series of segments from the benchmark music-TV program "Melody Ranch," which brought rising and well-known stars of country music to West-Coast television in the late 60's and early 70's.Such artists as Glen Campbell, Merle Haggard, Barbara Mandrell, Waylon Jennings, Roy Clark, Donna Fargo, and others (appearing on various volumes of this Melody Ranch series) are seen as young singers on the rise, performing the hits that would soon make them country superstars. Nostalgia buffs and country music lovers alike will be compelled by glimpses of today's veterans as eager youngsters - and by reminders of the charm of pre-MTV approaches to music television.Tracklist: 01. Sons Of The Pioneers - Happy Rovin' Cowboy (Nolan) 02. Sons Of The Pioneers - That Lucky Old Sun (Gillespie / Smith) 03. Sons Of The Pioneers - Tumbleweed Trall (Nolan) 04. Sons Of The Pioneers - Ghost Riders In The Sky (Jones) 05. Sons Of The Pioneers & The Gang - Battle Hymn Of The Republic (Howe / Steffe) 06. Guadalaraja Boys - Spanish Tune (copyright control) 07. Cathie Taylor & Guadalaraja Boys - Quando Callenta El Sol (Martinoli / Rigual / Rigual) 08. Billy Mize - Vaya Con Dios (James / Pepper / Russell) 09. Melody Ranch Gang & Barbara Mandrell - Careless Lore (Handy / Koenig / Willlams) 10. Barbara Mandrell - Don't Touch Me (Cochran) 11. Gordon Terry - Almost Alone (Terry / Pitts) 12. Barbara Mandrell & Melody Ranch Gang - Cool Water (Nolan) 13. Barbara Mandrell - Slippery Elm (Haynes / Haynes) 14. Billy Mize - Sweet Dreams (Gibson) 15. Melody Ranch Gang & Barbara Mandrell - Get On Board Little Children (trad.) 16. Melody Ranch Gang & Barbara Mandrell - Lead Me Gently Home Father (Thompson) 17. Melody Ranch Gang - Wabash Cannonball (Carter) 18. Johnny Bond - Ro-Ro Rollln' Along (Mencher / Moll / Richman) 19. Glen Campbell - Gentle On My Mind (Hartford) 20. Cathie Taylor - Misty Blue (Montgomery)
Tracklist: Friday, Augusth 15th 01. Interviews 02. "I Can't Make It Anymore" - Richie Havens 03. "Freedom" - Richie Havens 04. "Fish" Cheer - I-Feel-Like-I'm-Fixin'-To-Die Rag" - Country Joe Mcdonald05. "Rainbows All Over Your Blues" - John B. Sebastian06. "When You Find Out Who You Are" - The Incredible String Band 07. "Jennifer" - Bert Sommer 08. "I Shall Be Released" - Joe Cocker 09. "If I Were A Carpenter" - Tim Hardin 10. "Raga Puriya-Dhanashri (Gat In Sawarital)" - Ravi Shankar 11. "Walkin' Down The Line" - Arlo Guthrie 12. "Drug Store Truck Drivin' Man" - Joan Baez 13. "Sir Galahad" - Joan Baez Saturday, August 16th 01. "Waiting For You" - Quill02. "Soul Sacrifice" - Santana 03. "Woodstock Boogie" - Canned Heat 04. "Southbound Train" - Mountain 05. "Love City" - Sly & The Family Stone 06. "Try (Just A Little Bit Harder)" - Janis Joplin07. "Ball and Chain" - Janis Joplin08. "My Generation" - The Who 09. "Somebody To Love" - Jefferson Airplane 10. "White Rabbit" - Jefferson Airplane Sunday, August 17th 01. "Let's Go Get Stoned" - Joe Cocker 02. "A Storm" - Various 03. "Thing Called Love" - Country Joe & The Fish 04. "I'm Going Home" - Ten Years After 05. "The Weight" - The Band 06. "Mean Town Blues" - Johnny Winter 07. "Black Bird" - Crosby, Stills & Nash 08. "Everything's Gonna Be Alright" - Paul Butterfield Blues Band 09. "Duke Of Earl" - Sha Na Na 10. "Star Spangled Banner" - Jimi Hendrix 11. "Woodstock Improvisation" - Jimi Hendrix 12. "Villanova Junction" - Jimi Hendrix
Track List: 01. Silver Lake Blues - The Cherokee Cowboys02. That's Alright Mama - Marty Robbins03. Teenage Boogie - Webb Pierce04. Rock 'N' Roll Mr. Bullfrog - Moon Mullican05. Car Hoppin' Mama - Hawkshaw Hawkins06. So Doggone Lonesome - Ernest Tubb07. I Can't Quit - Marty Robbins08. Live Fast Love Hard Die Young - Faron Young09. I'm Walking The Dog - Webb Pierce10. Frankie And Johnny - Chet Atkins11. Go Boy Go - Carl Smith12. You Nearly Lose Your Mind - Ernest Tubb13. Sugaree - Marty Robbins14. Blackeyed Joe - Little Jimmy Dickens15. In The Jailhouse Now - Webb Pierce16. I've Got Five Dollars And It's Saturday Night - Faron Young17. I'll Be There - Ray Price18. Railroad Steamboat - Jim Reeves19. Call Me Up And I'll Come Calling On You - Marty Robbins20. There's A New Moon Over My Shoulder - Moon Mullican21. Tomorrow Never Comes - Ernest Tubb22. I'm Gonna See My Baby Tonight - Webb Pierce23. Mr Sandman - Chet Atkins24. Pretty Mama - Marty Robbins25. Crazy Arms - Ray Price26. Goin' Steady - Faron Young27. If You Want It I've Got It - Carl Smith28. Blue Tears - Moon Mullican29. Keep Talking - Gordon Terry30. Why Baby Why - Webb Pierce31. Then I'll Stop Loving You - Jim Reeves32. Singing The Blues - Marty Robbins33. Just Married - Faron Young34. Love Love Love - Webb Pierce35. Hillbilly Fever - Little Jimmy Dickens36. Kansas City Blues - Ernest Tubb37. Borrowing - Hawkshaw Hawkins38. You Don't Owe Me A Thing - Marty Robbins39. Shine On Harvest Moon - Moon Mullican40. Mexican Joe - Jim Reeves41. Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes - Ray Price42. You Betta Not Do That - Little Jimmy Dickens43. I Know My Baby Loves Me - Ernest Tubb44. Time Goes By - Marty Robbins45. Pretty Words - Marty Robbins46. Caribbean - Jim Reeves47. I Couldn't Keep From Crying - Marty Robbins48. 12th Street Rag - Moon Mullican49. At The End Of A Long Lonely Day - Marty Robbins50. Walking The Floor Over You - Ernest Tubb
The Russian Museum presents for the first time to readers and viewers the exhibition and the eponymous edition dedicated to the motif of the sky in the works of various artists. This is a classic, well-known to many pictures, where the sky was an obligatory part of the landscape or portrait, and the works created in our days. The publication includes 200 works of artists from different countries, eras, stylistic trends.
Since the dawn of Christianity, artists have been fascinated and stirred by the figure of Christ. His likeness appears in frescoes on the walls of catacombs that date from Roman times; he is featured in the stained glass windows of Gothic churches; and he can be found in various forms in today’s pop culture. The Biblical Saviour is not a static, immaterial deity: Christ’s mortal birth, unusual life and dramatic death make him an accessible subject for religious and secular artists alike.Whether they show the spirituality of God Incarnate or the earthly characteristics of a flesh-and-blood man, artistic depictions of Christ are the most controversial, moving or inspirational examples of religious art. This richly illustrated book explores the various ways that Christ is rendered in art, from Cimabue’s Nativity scenes and Fra Angelico’s paintings of the Crucifixion to the provocative portraits of Salvador Dalí and Andres Serrano. Author Joseph Lewis French guides the reader through the most iconic representations of Christ in art – tender or graphic, classical or bizarre, these images of the Messiah reveal the diverse roles of the Son of God in the social milieus and personal lives of the artists.
The contemporary African art world in Kenya is exploding with creative expression fueled largely by innovative young Kenyan artists working in diverse media and debunking the myth that Kenya has no contemporary art, only curios fit for tourists. Yet this vibrant and multifaceted Kenyan art scene has been largely ignored by global art circles. 'Creating Contemporary African Art' first contextualizes current Kenyan artistic activities appreciating that African artists have been working for decades, some formally trained, others informally trained or self-taught. The text highlights the jua kali art movement of local artists who have thrived in the informal sector. It identifies various art networks in Nairobi where Kenyans have been working to create contemporary art, particularly since World War II. The ‘junk art’ movement has been given special attention since Dr. Gacheru feels it best illustrates the ingenuity and resourceful style of Kenyan artists. A chapter focused on the rising tide of Kenyan female artists is also meant to debunk the myth that Kenyan women are not in the forefront of the current renaissance in contemporary African art in Kenya.
Bursting with practical techniques, engaging artist profiles and inspirational galleries, Drawing and Painting combines an authoritative 'category killer' approach with a contemporary aesthetic guaranteed to appeal to all artists. The book's up-to-date approach is a far cry from the dry instructions and dated artwork that feature in more traditional art books. In contrast to other, largely project-orientated titles, Drawing and Painting places the emphasis on the techniques themselves, encompassing drawing, sketching and a range of painting styles. Covering everything from pen and ink to oils and acrylics, specially commissioned photography and artwork accompanies step-bystep techniques, while profiles of contemporary artists provide insight into various working methods, materials and techniques. Acknowledging the growing interest in digital tools as a medium, information is provided throughout the book on how effects can be created using Smart Pens, tablets and apps.