The show that has skateboarders talking - This week Erik Bragg discusses getting his start in skateboarding with Active, fake winning a billion dollars in the .
In local sermon, Jesse Jackson puts Heyer in company of Rosa Parks
Reverend Jesse Jackson Sr., right, holds hands with Reverend Erik Wikstrom at the start of a congregation in the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Church on Sunday before delivering a speech in response to the recent race-related events in Charlottesville.
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Smithsonian Folkways Recordings is the nonprofit record label of the Smithsonian Institution, the national museum of the United States. We are dedicated to supporting cultural diversity and increased understanding among peoples through the documentation, preservation, and dissemination of sound. We believe that musical and cultural diversity contributes to the vitality and quality of life throughout the world. Through the dissemination of audio recordings and educational materials we seek to strengthen people's engagement with their own cultural heritage and to enhance their awareness and appreciation of the cultural heritage of others. . Instrument(s) Banjo; Bass; Clock; Drum; Fingersnaps; Guitar; Mandoloncello; Piano; Violoncello. Year of Recording 1985. Record Label Fast Folk Musical Magazine. Source Archive Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage. Credits Recorded by Mark Dann; Produced by Christine Lavin. 101 Follow Me Down Judith Zweiman with Summer Solstice and Folkano 3:42. 102 All in All Raun MacKinnon Burnham 6:30. 103 What It Is Susan Vosburgh 2:01. 104 Somebody's Home Lucy Kaplansky 4:14. 105 Chocolates and Shame Germana Pucci, Peter Lewy, and Jill Burkee 4:02. 106 Biological Time Bomb Christine Lavin and Mark Dann with Handclaps and Fingersnaps 2:19. 201 Local Color Lillie Palmer, Gladys Bragg, Tom Duval, John Siomas, and Mark Dann 4:28. 202 Road to Rock and Roll Elaine Silver 3:09. 203 The Bus Julie Gold 3:03. 204 Knowing What I Know Now Shawn Colvin, John Leventhal, and Mark Dann 3:11. 205 Winter Sky Michal Shapiro, Marty Cutler, Gary Oleyar, and Erik Udel 4:04. 206 Grandma's Battle Cry Faith Petric 5:03.
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Personnel: Michael Williamson (vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar, organ, upright bass); Paul Runyon (vocals, guitar, piano, Wurlitzer organ, synthesizer); Jason Brewer (vocals, guitar, synthesizer); Wyatt Funderburk (vocals); Brian King (vibraphone); Kyle Polk (drums, percussion); Dave Ellis, Nelson Bragg, Scott Bennett (percussion). Audio Mixers: Erik Thompson; Mark Galup. Recording information: Reel Recording, Nashville. Arranger: The Explorers Club. Debuting in 2008 with an album of original material whose songs and production meticulously modeled the early Beach Boys, the Explorers Club continue to shift slightly forward in time with their third LP, Together. It bridges the '60s SoCal and '70s AM pop of their sophomore album, Grand Hotel, and extends into the still slicker sounds of Steely Dan. Bandleader Jason Brewer's contributions to the project become increasingly apparent as the album fits pretty seamlessly into the band's discography with an otherwise entirely new lineup. (Original member Dave Ellis does assist with percussion on the recording.) The opening title track is the one that may surprise, as it captures the funky clarity and jazz-rock flavor of Steely Dan while also reintroducing the Explorers Club's familiar bright, multi-part harmonies in the chorus. The set list soon eases back into the more anticipated sunny '60s with California's Callin' Ya and the bubblegummy Once in a While. The latter sports harmonies and falsetto flourishes so smooth that they hover near glee-club, cover-band territory. However, the quality of the songwriting, especially on less precise tracks, yields the experience of something original - a fine line the band has often nudged but rarely crosses. Tracks like No Strings Attached feature arrangements directly inspired by the Beach Boys without impersonating or seeming to paraphrase any specific song. Still showcasing those tight backing harmonies, Be Around also evokes the Baroque pop of Burt Bacharach. Elsewhere,
The USA Today College Football Encyclopedia
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Recaps of games, reviews of more than fifty football seasons, details of line-ups and major programs, and more are provided in this comprehensive guide spanning from 1953 to the present day. Original.
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Chocolate Ribbon Cake (flour, baking powder, baking soda, butter, cinnamon, eggs, semisweet chocolate, sour cream, sugar, vanilla extract)
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Green Veggie Stir Fry with Mushrooms (cabbage, celery, garlic, ginger, banana pepper, leek, mushroom, onions, red pepper, sambal oelek, soy sauce, vegetable oil, vodka)
The Monotrol Kid
20/01/2017 "The Rain" made it to the playlist of National Radio 2. We are getting ready for a second single and for the release shows. Stay tuned.
Soldiers, veterans at Fort Bragg celebrate friendship ...
Soldiers, veterans at Fort Bragg celebrate friendship, family and service. Posted May 22
Fort Bragg Soldiers Return Home After Secretive Africa ...
More than 80 soldiers from the 82nd Airborne Division quietly deployed in late September.