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Dyman Associates Risk Management: Was Berater über wohlhabende Investoren wissen müssen By Linda Orbison
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Charlotte Beyer, Gründer des Instituts für Privatanleger, gibt ihr nehmen auf wie Vermögensverwalter starke Beziehungen mit Kunden knüpfen können.
Dyman Associates Risk Management review: Bra Cyber Security vanor under semestern By Linda Orbison
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Bra Cyber Security vanor är viktigt under helgdagar (StatePoint) Med så många nya metoder för cyber stöld är det viktigt att komma ihåg att vidta extra... More > åtgärder för att skydda din bankkonton och pengar denna säsong, som brottslingar ser för att dra nytta av den öka utgifterna aktiviteten.< Less
The Music of Bobby Goldsboro By Robert Reynolds
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Luck was with Bobby Goldsboro when Roy Orbison came through the area on tour. Orbison took on Goldsboro's band and Bobby stuck with him for the next three years. Bobby went solo and soon scored a... More > modest hit with "Molly," a song that he despised. A short while later, however, he scored a top ten song with his own "See the Funny Little Clown." Other hits followed but his superb "Broomstick Cowboy" was mistakenly seen by many radio stations as a Vietnam War protest songs and they refused to play it. Going against the grain, a Detroit station did air it and it became #1 in that area. His "Honey" was the top record for 1968 reaching #1 on every chart. "Watching Scotty Grow" was also a big hit. The early 70s saw the excellent "Summer (The First Time)" make waves. England voted it the best summer song ever. Bobby hosted a top-rated TV variety program, The Bobby Goldsboro Show, wrote and produced an Easter special for Disney and took up oil painting, of which his art is highly regarded.< Less
The Music of Bobby Goldsboro By Robert Reynolds
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Bobby Goldsboro led an extraordinary life, getting his first break as a guitarist for the legendary Roy Orbison. His solo career spanned the sixties and seventies, having numerous hit records along... More > the way--Honey; See the Funny Little Clown; Broomstick Cowboy; Watching Scotty Grow; Autumn of My Life; I'm a Drifter; Summer (the 1st Time)...to name but a few. British fans voted Summer (the 1st Time) the Best Summer Song of all time. Along with Orbison, he headlined with the likes of The Beatles and Rolling Stones. His hit record, "Honey," became one of 1968's top records, scoring number one in almost all categories. During the late seventies, Bobby began a successful three-year run with his hit television music variety series, "The Bobby Goldsboro Show." In later years, he became a highly celebrated artist. His paintings are treasured by many. "The Music of Bobby Goldsboro"relates his story from small town kid to pop/country music legend, TV personality and artist. It's a story you won't want to miss.< Less
Rock The Town With These Rockabilly Pioneers Crossword Puzzles By Aaron Joy
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Bassist and writer Aaron Joy presents his series of music crossword puzzle books that look at the bands, albums and history, including famous and indie. Find his books at www.lulu.com/aronmatyas.... More > This book includes 18 puzzles featuring: Carl Perkins, early Jerry Lee Lewis, Wanda Jackson, Jack Scott, Bob Luman, Bill Flagg, Maddox Brothers and Rose, Bill Haley and His Comets, Buddy Holly, early Johnny Cash, Eddie Cochran, Paul Burlison, Johnny Burnette, Dorsey Burnette, Elvis Presley's Sun Records Era, Roy Orbison, Gene Summers, Sleepy LaBeef, Duane Eddy, Hardrock Gunter, Roy Hall, Janis Martin, Gene Vincent, Al Casey, Lee Denson, Billy Lee Riley, Charlie Feathers, Sonny Burgess, Warren Smith and the Rockabilly Revival including Brian Setzer and Morrissey.< Less
Hepcats & Rockabilly Boys By Robert Reynolds
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In the 1950s, country music merged with the rising new fad called "rock and roll" to form what would become known as "Rockabilly." In short, Rockabilly was fast paced, guitar and... More > bass driven ditties with thundering rhythms. The songs were often less than memorable made up with a conglomeration of silly lyrics and phrases like "bop,""shake,""mama," and"go cat!" Cars, especially Cadillacs, and colors, pink and black, were prevalent in many of the songs. Songs like "Oobie Doobie," "Ubangi Stomp," "Be Boppin' Baby," and "Rockin' In the Congo" were common record chart contenders. Many up and coming country crooners would go on to achieve widespread acclaim as names like Presley, Holly and Orbison conquered radio station playlists. They, among others, would become R&R legends. Others like Jack Scott, Boyd Bennett, and Dale Hawkins, found success to a lesser degree in the new genre. It's many of these "lesser knowns" that Hepcats & Rockabilly Boys explores. Here are some of their stories...< Less
Hepcats & Rockabilly Boys By Robert Reynolds
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During the 1950s, country music merged with the new fad called "rock and roll" to form what would be known as "rockabilly." In short, rockabilly was fast paced, guitar driven... More > ditties with thundering rhythms. The songs were often less than memorable made up with silly lyrics and phrases like "bop," "shake," "baby," and "go cat!" Cars, especially Cadillacs, and colors, pink and black, were prevalent in many of the songs. Songs like "Oobie Doobie,""Baby,Baby,""Be Boppin' Baby," and "Rockin' In the Congo" were common record chart contenders during those early years.Many young,up and coming country crooners would go on to achieve widespread acclaim as names like Presley, Holly and Orbison conquered radio station playlists. They became R&R legends. Others like Jack Scott, Boyd Bennett, Dale Hawkins, and Ray Sharpe found success to a lesser degree, but still made their mark in the new genre. It's many of these "lesser knowns"that Hepcats & Rockabilly Boys explores. Here are some of their stories...< Less
Chubby White Monkey By Rev Timothy Edward Bowen
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The new collection of poetry from the infamous Rev Timothy Edward Bowen is bringing you the most poetry for your buck and bang in the drain. You know what I mean. This book is hot. Hot to trot. Buy... More > it and put it on your shelf. Let's just talk. Let's say this book came in a fancy and new and nice matte cover with a hysterically embarrassing picture of yours truly, had over 70 pages of unpublished poems, writings, and interviews, as well as reprintings of every other poetry book I ever published bundled into one, affordable and elegant, rampant with spelling errors and logical fallacies and poems that will offend and entertain all sorts of people from feminists, to Christians, to Elvis x Roy Orbison cling film fan fiction aficionados?< Less
Music Street Journal 2010: Volume 5 - October 2010 - Issue 84 By Gary Hill
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This is the book version of the October 2010 (84) issue of Music Street Journal. It includes coverage of the following artists and more: Dickey Betts Black Country Communion The Black Crowes... More > Joe Bonamassa Jackson Browne Cactus Cheap Trick Eric Clapton Leonard Cohen Phil Collins Alice Cooper Dire Straits Electric Light Orchestra Emerson, Lake and Palmer Fleetwood Mac Hawkwind Heart Billy Idol Jane’s Addiction Lamb of God Nils Lofgren Needtobreathe Roy Orbison Pearl Jam Tom Petty Robert Plant Dennis Rea Cliff Richard Gregg Rolie Rush SBB Michael Schenker Scorpions Soft Machine Styx Suicidal Tendencies The Toadies UFO The Who Yes While Gary Hill compiled the book and wrote many of the articles, Ron Fuchs, Travis Jensen, Mark Johnson, Mike Korn, Scott Montgomery, Greg Olma and Larry Toering all contributed articles. Concert photos were provided by Gary Hill, Travis Jensen, Greg Olma, Lloyd Raymond and Larry Toering.< Less
Music Street Journal 2010: Volume 5 - October 2010 - Issue 84 Hardcover Edition By Gary Hill
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This is the book version of the October 2010 (84) issue of Music Street Journal. It includes coverage of the following artists and more: Dickey Betts Black Country Communion The Black Crowes... More > Joe Bonamassa Jackson Browne Cactus Cheap Trick Eric Clapton Leonard Cohen Phil Collins Alice Cooper Dire Straits Electric Light Orchestra Emerson, Lake and Palmer Fleetwood Mac Hawkwind Heart Billy Idol Jane’s Addiction Lamb of God Nils Lofgren Needtobreathe Roy Orbison Pearl Jam Tom Petty Robert Plant Dennis Rea Cliff Richard Gregg Rolie Rush SBB Michael Schenker Scorpions Soft Machine Styx Suicidal Tendencies The Toadies UFO The Who Yes While Gary Hill compiled the book and wrote many of the articles, Ron Fuchs, Travis Jensen, Mark Johnson, Mike Korn, Scott Montgomery, Greg Olma and Larry Toering all contributed articles. Concert photos were provided by Gary Hill, Travis Jensen, Greg Olma, Lloyd Raymond and Larry Toering.< Less

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