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Fun with Oldies By Scott Alan Murphy
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Do you know how many oldies songs there are about Cars, or how many songs celebrate the name Susie? Do you know the story behind the "Day the Music Died" or did you ever want to check out... More > the numerous "One Hit Wonders" recorded in the 50's, 60's, & 70's ? Fun with Oldies is a Book of Lists of your favorite music titles from the 50's, 60's, 70's plus & Classic Rock Songs based on an idea, theme or genre. There are over 180 different categories in all! Fun with Oldies is perfect for Disc Jockeys, radio listeners, or anyone who just plays & loves classic rock & roll & oldies music. It is great reference for “On Air” contests, Name or Sing That Tune & Trivia Games, Holiday Promotions, Planning Theme Parties, & a fun Coffee Table Book. A Must Have for the library of DJs & Oldies Music Lovers Everywhere!< Less
The Hoosier Hot Shots - And My Friend Gabe By Dick Stodghill
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At the height of the Great Depression three fun-loving young musicians from the flatlands of Central Indiana began broadcasting a fifteen minute daily radio show on WOWO in Fort Wayne. Veterans of... More > the vaudeville circuits, they performed without pay to promote local appearances for $15 per night. The show quickly drew a large following and this led to an opportunity to join the WLS National Barn Dance in Chicago. Their happy, sometimes zany antics proved to be exactly what a Depression-weary country needed. The line that began many of their songs, "Are you ready, Hezzie?" became part of the American lexicon. The Hoosier Hot Shots went on to make hundreds of phongraph records, appear in 22 movies and have their own nationwide radio show. This account of their boy-makes-good lives includes more than 80 photos, illustrations, letters written by one of the original Hot Shots, movie highlights,a discography and more.< Less
All These Little Pieces By Shane Kirk
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"At any one time in the United Kingdom, there are approximately 2,042,677 so-called ‘unsigned’ bands writing, recording, mixing, designing or promoting their new demo, or talking... More > about really-seriously-getting-some-stuff-together-this-year; the chances are that you haven’t heard of any of them. Hello, I’m in one of those bands, and we are called Songs from the Blue House." Shane Kirk follows up his account of what it's really like to be in a pub band ("Do You Do Any Wings?") with a series of stories from life below the record company radar in the company of Our Glorious Leader James, The Fragrant and Charming Helen Mulley, Gibbon, Fiddly Richard (all the way from Thorndon), Turny Winn, and an ever-revolving* cast of hundreds. *Somewhere between 'evolving' and 'revolting'.< Less
All These Little Pieces By Shane Kirk
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"At any one time in the United Kingdom, there are approximately 2,042,677 so-called ‘unsigned’ bands writing, recording, mixing, designing or promoting their new demo, or talking... More > about really-seriously-getting-some-stuff-together-this-year; the chances are that you haven’t heard of any of them. Hello, I’m in one of those bands, and we are called Songs from the Blue House." Shane Kirk follows up his account of what it's really like to be in a pub band ("Do You Do Any Wings?") with a series of stories from life below the record company radar in the company of Our Glorious Leader James, The Fragrant and Charming Helen Mulley, Gibbon, Fiddly Richard (all the way from Thorndon), Turny Winn, and an ever-revolving* cast of hundreds. *Somewhere between 'evolving' and 'revolting'.< Less
The Hoosier Hot Shots - And My Friend Gabe By Dick Stodghill
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At the height of the Great Depression three fun-loving young musicians from the flatlands of Central Indiana began broadcasting a fifteen minute daily radio show on WOWO in Fort Wayne. Veterans of... More > the vaudeville circuits, they performed without pay to promote local appearances for $15 per night. The show quickly drew a large following and this led to an opportunity to join the WLS National Barn Dance in Chicago. Their happy, sometimes zany antics proved to be exactly what a Depression-weary country needed. The line that began many of their songs, "Are you ready, Hezzie?" became part of the American lexicon. The Hoosier Hot Shots went on to make hundreds of phongraph records, appear in 22 movies and have their own nationwide radio show. This account of their boy-makes-good lives includes more than 80 photos, illustrations, letters written by one of the original Hot Shots, movie highlights,a discography and more.< Less
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Red Ink 15.02 By Red Ink
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Red Ink is a Native American, student-run publication at the University of Arizona. Established in 1989, Red Ink has published the works of writers and artists (both well-known and budding) from many... More > different Native Nations. Red Ink's primary mission to highlight Native American intellectual and creative expression through the media of poetry, short stories, creative non-fiction, scholarly articles, original artwork, photography, and book, music and film reviews. Red Ink promotes an ongoing discourse with all persons and organizations that are interested in Native American issues and topics. Red Ink is designed to promote both scholarly and grassroots publishing by and for Native and non-Native members of--as well as advocates for--indigenous communities. Our goal is to provide a journal that is accessible to non-academics, while also providing a forum for serious scholars.< Less
Red Ink 15.02 By Red Ink
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Red Ink is a Native American, student-run publication at the University of Arizona. Established in 1989, Red Ink has published the works of writers and artists (both well-known and budding) from many... More > different Native Nations. Red Ink's primary mission to highlight Native American intellectual and creative expression through the media of poetry, short stories, creative non-fiction, scholarly articles, original artwork, photography, and book, music and film reviews. Red Ink promotes an ongoing discourse with all persons and organizations that are interested in Native American issues and topics. Red Ink is designed to promote both scholarly and grassroots publishing by and for Native and non-Native members of--as well as advocates for--indigenous communities. Our goal is to provide a journal that is accessible to non-academics, while also providing a forum for serious scholars.< Less
SKINNY PUPPY - THE VIDEOS & TOUR HISTORY By Jay Kern
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This volume has been revised as part of the 2014 SKINNY PUPPY - SYNTHESIS hardcover omnibus! Check this website to get a copy. ---SECOND REVISED EDITION (Fall 2012) with the latest tours. Revisions... More > include a new gig history for Images In Vogue, along with entries for Ogre's recent guest vocals for Jakalope, and for the unique The Flu concert. It contains the complete Skinny Puppy (and related) promotional music videos, along with a tour chronology and history. Gigs include all Skinny Puppy shows, plus the Download & ohGr side-projects. In addition, guest appearances with RevCo, Ministry, KMFDM and Pigface are documented. Special attention is given to opening acts, setlists, show recording, and concert poster art. Also included is an extensive bootleg discography / videography, plus bootleg reviews. The final section covers audio, video and print interviews. This is the companion volume to the first book: SKINNY PUPPY - THE ILLUSTRATED DISCOGRAPHY (3rd edition), which has also been revised for 2012.< Less
Fonteyn Institute of Advanced Pedagogical Studies By Ken Ludden
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This is a prospectus for the creation of the Fonteyn Institute of Advanced Pedalogical Studies in Performing Fine Arts. It presents the entire structure of this proposed element of a college or... More > university program. The Fonteyn Institute is designed as an educational and archival institution. Its primary purpose is to preserve the highest integrity and levels of performed fine arts, principally classical theatrical dancing through the training of teachers, support of choreographers, division of research materials and general sponsorship and promotion of projects for the general public in the performed fine arts arena.< Less

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