Still Life With TroubleBesonders Debbie Harry gefiel die Zusammenarbeit mit den Passengers: Die einstige New-Wave-Ikone wurde eine Zeit lang festes Bandmitglied und brachte sogar eigene Songtexte ein. Auf ihrem Jubiläumsalbum blitzen die bewährt
Let‘s Play Ukulele Pop Rock Hits ist eine einzigartige Sammlung von 40 bekannten und beliebten Hits für Ukulele. Das Songbook enthält aktuelle Lieder und die großen zeitlosen Hits, die in das Repertoire jedes Ukulele-Spielers gehören. Neben „Over The Rainbow´´ von Israel Kamakawiwo’ole, dem Ukulelenklassiker schlechthin, und aktuellen Popsongs von Ed Sheeran, Adele, Jason Mraz uvm., findest du tolle Rockklassiker von den Rolling Stones, Cat Stevens, Bryan Adams, Metallica u.a. Zusammen mit den Hits deutscher Superstars wie Silbermond, Udo Lindenberg oder Tim Bendzko machen sie das Buch abwechslungsreich und garantiert lagerfeuertauglich! Mit der bewährten „Let‘s Play Ukulele´´-Methode können alle Stücke auch ohne Notenkenntnisse schnell erlernt werden. Anschaulich und leicht nachvollziehbar werden alle Songs mit Akkorddiagrammen, Begleitrhythmen bzw. Pickingmustern und Liedtexten dargestellt. Das Songbook ist für Anfänger und Fortgeschrittene gleichermaßen geeignet und ist die ideale Ergänzung der Ukulelenschule „Let‘s Play Ukulele´´. Einfach aufschlagen und losspielen! Auf den zwei beiliegenden CDs kannst du dir die Stücke anhören und dazu spielen. Sie wurden aufwendig mit Gesang und Ukulele produziert und garantieren Spaß und Erfolg. Das Tolle ist: Du lernst alle Songs in der Originaltonart, so kannst du auch zum Original mitspielen. Inhalt: All This Time - Maria Mena Angie - The Rolling Stones Behind Blue Eyes - Limp Bizkit Broken Strings - James Morrison Feat. Nelly Furtado Cello - Udo Lindenberg Feat. Clueso Das Beste - Silbermond Don‘t Tell Me That It‘s Over - Amy MacDonald Faith - George Michael Ho Hey - The Lumineers Hollywood Hills - Sunrise Avenue I Follow Rivers - Triggerfinger I‘m Yours - Jason Mraz If A Song Could Get Me You - Marit Larsen Let Her Go - Passenger Mercy - Duffy Moves Like Jagger - Maroon 5 Feat. Christina Aguilera New Age - Marlon Roudette Not Fair - Lily Allen Nothing Else Matters - Metallica Nur noch kurz die Welt retten - Tim Bendzko Over The Rainbow - Israel „IZ´´ Kamakawiwo‘ole Scarborough Fair - Traditional Set Fire To The Rain - Adele Something In The Water - Brooke Fraser Song For Sophie (I Hope She Flies) - Aura Dione Stay The Night - James Blunt Still - Jupiter Jones Stop And Stare - OneRepublic Summer Of ‘69 - Bryan Adams Summertime Sadness - Lana Del Rey The A Team - Ed Sheeran The Joker - Steve Miller Band This Is The Life - Amy MacDonald Venus - Shocking Blue Vom selben Stern - Ich Ich What‘s Up - 4 Non Blondes When We Stand Together - Nickelback Where Did You Sleep Last Night - Nirvana Wild World - Cat Stevens You‘re Beautiful - James Blunt
In a smoky, after hours jazz joint where almost nobody ever dies, or the ranch house next door owned by a monster, or a high rise elevator in which raging terror awaits the next passenger, these brilliant stories discover a world you thought you knew - and a darker one you will never forget. With 13 stories never before collected, New Moon on the Water is Mort Castle´s first new collection in a decade, presenting the best short fiction of the writer deemed a ´´horror doyen´´, ´´the Charles Dickens of horror´´, and ´´the master of contemporary horror´´. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Multiple. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/052642/bk_acx0_052642_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
(Dub Store) 12 tracks Re-issue of the original Jamaican ´Casmo´ LP album Jamaica is many things to many people. To some it is relaxing in the sun, swimming in the crystal-clear waters or golfing on a course high in the mountains. To others it is sipping a refreshing Planter´s Punch made with delicious Jamaica rum, drinking superb Blue Mountain coffee or just collecting bargains in the free-port shops and native markets. But to almost everyone, Jamaica is fun and music ... not just ordinary music but a very special kind which makes you want to tap your feet and dance. These exotic melodies may come from the tinkling guitars of the ´John Canoes´, traditional water-borne entertainers, or they may drift forth from one of the many intimate cocktail lounges which are sprinkled all over the Island. At the Casa Montego Hotel, one of Jamaica´s leading resorts, the sound of music comes from a native band led by one of Jamaica´s outstanding young musicians, Eric Grant, who has put together a smooth combination which can satisfy every taste. Eric Grant is a strange mixture for a Jamaican musician, for he combines a classical background with the native talent for rhythm. Most Jamaican musicians come by their talent naturally with little or no formal musical education. Grant has the added advantage of having learned music from his mother, a piano teacher. After years of serious study, Grant learned that classical pianists are not exactly in demand on the ´Lil´ Island in the Sun´, so he decided to switch to jazz. His first professional efforts, however, were not at the piano. Blessed with a fine tenor voice, he soon found a spot on a cruise ship as soloist with the band. In time he discovered that people liked to hear him sing and play his ones accompaniment so he would spend hours entertaining passengers with their favorite requests. While on the cruise ship, Grant visited many ports in the United States where he picked up the various jazz styles. Grant often is asked how he knows no many songs without referring to sheet music. He explains that he learns them by listening constantly to the radio when he is not on the bandstand or the Casa Montego. In this way, he keeps up on all the latest hit tunes. Grant does all the arranging for the group which he organized a few years ago as a trio. Today the band has five regulars and a soloist, all Jamaicans. Thoroughly American in style, the band have an extremely smooth beat which is enjoyable for either dancing or for listening. They have captured the rhythms of the Caribbean and South America and have mixed them with the jazz of North America to present a brand of music pleasing to all. Although the Combo play a dramy waltz and a snappy fox trot equally well, they receive the most requests for the Cha Cha and the Meringue, according to Grant. He has included many popular favorites at the Casa Montego in this album.
The Grateful Dead was known for its unique and eclectic style, which fused elements of rock, folk, bluegrass, blues, reggae, country, jazz, psychedelia and gospel. This comprehensive anthology of 50 songs, is arranged for voice and piano with guitar chords and includes Alabama Getaway,Alligator, Built to Last, Casey Jones, Cosmic Charlie, Eyes of the World, Fire on the Mountain, If I Had the World to Give, Operator, Ship of Fools, Stella Blue, Sugar Magnolia, Truckin´, Touch of Grey, Uncle John´s Band, Wharf Rat and more.Alligator; At A Siding; Bertha; Born Cross Eyed; Box Of Rain; Brown Eyed Woman; Casey Jones; Cassidy; China Cat Sunflower; Cosmic Charlie; Cream Puff War; Cryptical Envelopment; Dark Star; Deal; Estimated Prophet; Eyes Of The World; Fire On The Mountain; France; Franklin´s Tower; Friend Of The Devil; Golden Road; He´s Gone; If I Had The World To Give; It Must Have Been The Roses; Jack Straw; Lady With A Fan; Mountains Of The Moon; New Potato Caboose; One More Saturday Night; Operator; Other One; Passenger; Playing In The Band; Ramble On Rose; Row Jimmy; Scarlet Begonias; Shakedown Street; Ship Of Fools; St. Stephen; Stella Blue; Sugar Magnolia; Sugaree; Sunrise; Tennessee Jed; Terrapin Station; The Music Never Stopped; Truckin´ ; U.S. Blues; Uncle John´s Band; Wharf Rat.
Praise for the Phryne Fisher series... ´´The best Australian import since Nicole Kidman....´´ -Booklist starred review of Away with the Fairies The nice men at P&O are worried. A succession of jewelry thefts from the first-class passengers is hardly the best advertisement for their cruises. Especially when it is likely that a passenger is the thief. Phryne Fisher, with her Lulu bob, green ¿eyes, cupid´s bow lips, and sense of the ends justifying the means, is just the person to mingle seamlessly with the upper classes and take on a case of theft on the high seas-or at least on the S.S. Hinemoa-on a luxury cruise to New Zealand. She is carrying the Great Queen of Sapphires, the Maharani, as bait. There are shipboard romances, champagne cocktails, erotic photographers, jealous swains, mickey finns, jazz musicians, blackmail, and attempted murder, all before the thieves find out-as have countless love-smitten men before them-that where the glamorous and intelligent Phryne is concerned, resistance is futile. Kerry Greenwood was born in the Melbourne suburb of Footscray. Winner of the 2003 Crime Writers´ Association of Australia Lifetime Achievement Award, Kerry has written more than 40 novels. She has written seventeen books in the Phryne Fisher series with no sign yet of Miss Fisher hanging up her pearl-handled pistol. www.phrynefisher.com