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Blackout In The Square Root Of Soul
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Blackout In The Square Root Of Soul ab 12.99 € als CD: . Aus dem Bereich: Musik, Jazz,

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Stand: 30.11.2020
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Alive AG Female Future Transatlantic Lounge CD ...
14,51 € *
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Dank FemaleFuture Transatlantic sehen wir - und hören vor allem: großartige Musik, die in diesem Zusammenspiel tatsächlich visionär ist. Sonja Eismann (INTRO)nnAuf FemaleFuture Transatlantic sind fast ausschließlich Künstlerinnen vertreten, die komponieren, Texte schreiben, Instrumente spielen und die Musik produzieren. Nicht nur die vertretenen Stücke, sondern schon der Sampler selbst ist die Bewahrheitung des Dictums der stilistisch nicht zu fassenden Kölner Produzentin Niobe. Hier dagegen geht alles ohne überflüssige Limitierungen: eine klassisch ausgebildete Jazzstimme und passionierte Techniktüftlerin wie Niobe eröffnet, um dann an die große Überraschung der Platte, die fast 70-jährige Alice Coltrane, Pionierin der Jazz-Harfe und Witwe von John Coltrane, zu übergeben. An deren hinduistisch behauchte, hymnische Breitwand-Schwelgerei schmiegt sich beinahe unheimlich perfekt das von Synthie-Zirpen punktierte Cellospiel der (auch) bildenden Künstlerin Michaela Melián- und das sind nur die ersten drei Tracks einer Compilation, die sich im Zickzack über den Atlantik bewegt und dabei nie vorhersehbar ist. Für die melancholisch-poppigen Songtronics von Barbara Morgenstern und Masha Qrella aus Berlin ist genauso Platz wie für die deepe Detroit-Techno-Connection von Moodymann-Kollaborateurin Sky, DJ Genesis oder Remixerin Minx. So kommuniziert Karlsruhe, Baden, mit Oxford, Ohio, und feine Linien ziehen sich zwischen Städten, Genres und Generationen, die mit dem bloßen Auge vielleicht nicht sichtbar wären. Dank FemaleFuture Transatlantic sehen wir - und hören vor allem: großartige Musik, die in diesem Zusammenspiel tatsächlich visionär ist. Sonja Eismann (INTRO) TRACKS: 1. Niobe (D): The Hills 2. Alice Coltrane (USA): Medley: Journey in Satchidananda / Galaxy in Satchidananda 3. Michaela Melián (D): Kloster 4. Masha Qrella (D): Everything Shows 5. Gladys Garcia (D): Iron And 6. Designer Imposter (USA): Good News 7. Morgenstern & Lippok (D): Please Wake Me Up For Meals 8. Mike Grant feat. Sky (USA): A Beautiful Thing 9. Dj Genesis (USA): Loose Control 10. The Student Body Presents (USA): The Rush Hour 11. Divinity (USA): Find A Way / Dj Minx?s Blackout Mix) 12. O1O (USA): 2 Dollar Bill 13. Miss Marjorie (USA): Invisible 14. Barbara Lahr (D): Last Goodbye

Anbieter: Dodax
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Living Dangerously
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Living Dangerously begins by telling the story of a young woman and an account of her formative years growing up in a small town in a close knit family and learning about the Black Country not far away. This was the heartland of heavy industry in South Staffordshire. With the Second World War threatening, at the tender age of 18, Betty Farley volunteered for service in the Women's Auxiliary Air Force (WAAF) where her adventures truly begin, and serves her country until the war's conclusion in 1939. Her story takes the reader on a tour of the British Isles, invariably by steam engine, from Birmingham and on to her numerous postings, London, Oxford, Cornwall, South Wales and Oban, situated on the west coast of Scotland. The backdrop to this book is the war itself, as it was waged by fighter aircraft, frequent bombing raids, V-1 rockets, the London Blitz, the 'blackout', set against the metropolitan night-life, partying at The Savoy, the Queensbury Club in Piccadilly, dancing to the sound of the Glenn Miller Band, the jitterbug and the latest music import, jazz! For many women, as well as men, these were also times of both exhilaration and the chance of tasting independence for the first time. Naturally, this led to long-lasting friendships and romantic attachments, especially with British and American forces at a time when the country was awash with US troops, either stationed here or passing through on the way to the European theatre. Betty Farley carries the reader through that time of the run-up to D-Day and the Normandy landings, with vivid descriptions of the preparations to invade Europe. Having fallen in love, the struggle to make a life changing decision about her marriage to an American and leaving her family is a hard choice, and once made there is no looking back. The future holds many surprises, dramas and adventures, but that's another story. After living in Massachusetts and Michigan she now lives and writes in Key Biscayne, Florida.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 30.11.2020
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Living Dangerously
19,99 € *
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Living Dangerously begins by telling the story of a young woman and an account of her formative years growing up in a small town in a close knit family and learning about the Black Country not far away. This was the heartland of heavy industry in South Staffordshire. With the Second World War threatening, at the tender age of 18, Betty Farley volunteered for service in the Women's Auxiliary Air Force (WAAF) where her adventures truly begin, and serves her country until the war's conclusion in 1939. Her story takes the reader on a tour of the British Isles, invariably by steam engine, from Birmingham and on to her numerous postings, London, Oxford, Cornwall, South Wales and Oban, situated on the west coast of Scotland. The backdrop to this book is the war itself, as it was waged by fighter aircraft, frequent bombing raids, V-1 rockets, the London Blitz, the 'blackout', set against the metropolitan night-life, partying at The Savoy, the Queensbury Club in Piccadilly, dancing to the sound of the Glenn Miller Band, the jitterbug and the latest music import, jazz! For many women, as well as men, these were also times of both exhilaration and the chance of tasting independence for the first time. Naturally, this led to long-lasting friendships and romantic attachments, especially with British and American forces at a time when the country was awash with US troops, either stationed here or passing through on the way to the European theatre. Betty Farley carries the reader through that time of the run-up to D-Day and the Normandy landings, with vivid descriptions of the preparations to invade Europe. Having fallen in love, the struggle to make a life changing decision about her marriage to an American and leaving her family is a hard choice, and once made there is no looking back. The future holds many surprises, dramas and adventures, but that's another story. After living in Massachusetts and Michigan she now lives and writes in Key Biscayne, Florida.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 30.11.2020
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