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Music Street Journal 2011: Volume 5 - October 2011 - Issue 90 Hardcover Edition By Gary Hill
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This is the book version of the October 2011 (90) issue of Music Street Journal. It includes coverage of the following artists and more: Don Airey Jon Anderson Average White Band Blackmore's... More > Night Canned Heat Chickenfoot Counting Crows Ben Craven Deep Purple Dixie Dregs Doobie Brothers Dope Emerson, Lake and Palmer Rory Gallagher Godsmack Steve Hackett Jethro Tull Kansas B. B. King Kruk Jon Lord Machine Head Manilla Road Megadeth Nonpoint Papa Roach Procol Harum Rockpile Paul Rodgers Saxon Spyro Gyra Supertramp Twisted Sister UFO Johnny Winter Yes While Gary Hill compiled the book and wrote many of the articles, Dan Fredrickson, Kat Heitzman, Mike Heitzman, Grant Hill, Mark Johnson, Mike Korn, Eric Meli, Greg Olma, Scott Prinzing, Alison Reijman and Larry Toering all contributed articles and Kat Heitzman, Mike Heitzman, Gary Hill, Greg Olma, Scott Prinzing and Martin Reijman provided concert photos.< Less
Exit Dark Stage Left: A Collection of One Act Plays By Darren R. Brealey
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This book holds a very interesting group of plays. Aunt Ethel's Death Notice takes us through the dirty event of dividing up personal items of a departed loved one. Doped Up Deal provides an insight... More > of the not so glamorous life of cash-strapped everyday city folk and the not so friendly drug dealer who won't take no for an answer. Then, it's Happy Birthday, Christmas Bernii; a thirteen-year old girl with a macabre sense of humour. Separating The Dust is a glimpse into the world of two brothers; the gloves are off after the last mourners have departed their mother's funeral service; one fights for his lion's share of the Will and the other fights for his life. Spring is a season of new beginnings but Mrs Wentworth-Brewster feels it's time to spring-clean the tenants of her rooms at her lady's only boarding house. Richly dark and humourous, extreme in its social commentary of the human psyche, this collection of one-act plays will have the audience on the edge of their seats right from page one.< Less
Exit Dark Stage Left By Darren Brealey
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This book holds a very interesting group of plays. Aunt Ethel's Death Notice takes us through the dirty event of dividing up personal items of a departed loved one. Doped Up Deal provides an insight... More > of the not so glamorous life of cash-strapped everyday city folk and the not so friendly drug dealer who won't take no for an answer. Then, it's Happy Birthday, Christmas Bernii; a thirteen-year old girl with a macabre sense of humour. Separating The Dust is a glimpse into the world of two brothers; the gloves are off after the last mourners have departed their mother’s funeral service; one fights for his lion’s share of the Will and the other fights for his life. Spring is a season of new beginnings but Mrs Wentworth-Brewster feels it's time to spring-clean the tenants of her rooms at her lady's only boarding house. Richly dark and humourous, extreme in its social commentary of the human psyche, this collection of one-act plays will have the audience on the edge of their seats right from page one.< Less
Exit Dark Stage Left By Darren Brealey
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This book holds a very interesting group of plays. Aunt Ethel's Death Notice takes us through the dirty event of dividing up personal items of a departed loved one. Doped Up Deal provides an insight... More > of the not so glamorous life of cash-strapped everyday city folk and the not so friendly drug dealer who won't take no for an answer. Then, it's Happy Birthday, Christmas Bernii; a thirteen-year old girl with a macabre sense of humour. Separating The Dust is a glimpse into the world of two brothers; the gloves are off after the last mourners have departed their mother’s funeral service; one fights for his lion’s share of the Will and the other fights for his life. Spring is a season of new beginnings but Mrs Wentworth-Brewster feels it's time to spring-clean the tenants of her rooms at her lady's only boarding house. Richly dark and humourous, extreme in its social commentary of the human psyche, this collection of one-act plays will have the audience on the edge of their seats right from page one.< Less
The Sarcastically-Annotated "A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens By Shane Killian
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Remember what it was like in school? To sit there as an English teacher pontificated in monotones about the brilliance of a subtextual analysis you had no hope of understanding? Wanting to be... More > anywhere else in the world at that moment, than in that classroom being bored out of your skull? A Christmas Carol is perhaps one of the most beloved stories of all time, yet the original Charles Dickens novella remains inaccessible to many even today. The author blames schools and teachers for focusing so much on textual analysis and rote learning, which leaves most students feeling bored and uninterested. With both scholarly interest and sarcastic wit, this book is annotated like no other you’re likely to see, with the text—and Dickens himself—given both high praise and the occasional dope-slap when deserved. Lumps and all, A Christmas Carol is a wonderful book for curling up and reading, as well as poking fun with a friend.< Less
The Sarcastically-Annotated A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens By Shane Killian
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Remember what it was like in school? To sit there as an English teacher pontificated in monotones about the brilliance of a subtextual analysis you had no hope of understanding? Wanting to be... More > anywhere else in the world at that moment, than in that classroom being bored out of your skull? A Christmas Carol is perhaps one of the most beloved stories of all time, yet the original Charles Dickens novella remains inaccessible to many even today. The author blames schools and teachers for focusing so much on textual analysis and rote learning, which leaves most students feeling bored and uninterested. With both scholarly interest and sarcastic wit, this book is annotated like no other you’re likely to see, with the text—and Dickens himself—given both high praise and the occasional dope-slap when deserved. Lumps and all, A Christmas Carol is a wonderful book for curling up and reading, as well as poking fun with a friend.< Less
The Asterisk Years 2.0 By Paul Larkin
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The Asterisk Years: The Edinburgh Establishment versus Celtic tells the story of the advantages that Rangers held over the rest of Scottish football in the years they were under the control of David... More > Murray. With the help of the Edinburgh Establishment, Murray was able to cultivate relationships that would allow Rangers to financially dope the Scottish Premier League for over twenty years but would ultimately lead to their death and his fall from grace. In a new section of the book, the author tells the background to the story and the obstacles to getting it out there. The author also describes what it was like to tour the film of the book all around the world. Fully updated to include the HMRC win in the "Big Tax Case", this is a story of privilege, class and the old school tie laced with fear and loathing as David Murray's dream that trampled over Celtic but would ultimately become Rangers nightmare. Oh and we still won...< Less
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Mary Lothian By Eva Mary Keay
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Set in Brisbane and the Darling Downs in the 1960s, the story centres around the unusual bond formed between immigrant girl Mary Lothian and a champion racehorse of uncertain temperament trained by... More > veterinarian Frank Greville. It also chronicles Mary’s coming-of-age, an often difficult journey as she strives to conform to the strict moral, societal and gender expectations of the day. The action shifts between city and country, with microcosms of rural living and the often hard-fought immigrant experience providing an interwoven backdrop. What really goes on behind-the-scenes in horseracing, a near-fatal farming accident and a doping scandal are pivotal elements. The book is also a heartwarming love story. Author is a vet and animal welfare advocate. "I was impressed ...." Dr John Cokley, www.StrictlyLiterary.com< Less
Mary Lothian By Eva Mary Keay
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Set in Brisbane and the Darling Downs in the 1960s, the story centres around the unusual bond formed between immigrant girl Mary Lothian and a champion racehorse of uncertain temperament trained by... More > veterinarian Frank Greville. It also chronicles Mary’s coming-of-age, an often difficult journey as she strives to conform to the strict moral, societal and gender expectations of the day. The action shifts between city and country, with microcosms of rural living and the often hard-fought immigrant experience providing an interwoven backdrop. What really goes on behind-the-scenes in horseracing, a near-fatal farming accident and a doping scandal are pivotal elements. The book is also a heartwarming love story. Author is a vet and animal welfare advocate. "I was impressed ...." Dr John Cokley, www.StrictlyLiterary.com< Less

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