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The Schramms: Dave Schramm (vocals, guitar, piano, harmonium); Jon Graboff (vocals, acoustic & electric guitars); Andrew Harris Burton (vocals, keyboards); Al Greller (bass); Ron Metz (drums, percussion). Additional personnel: Richard Buckner, Jeb Loy Nichols, Syd Straw (vocals); John Harborne (trombone); J.D. Foster (percussion). Recorded at Jolly Roger, Hoboken, New Jersey & Gary's Chop Shop, New York, New York. Personnel: Dave Schramm (vocals, guitar, baritone guitar, piano, harmonium, background vocals); Jon Graboff (vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, background vocals); Andy Burton (vocals, accordion, organ, Farfisa, Mellotron, keyboards); Jeb Loy Nichols, Richard Buckner, Syd Straw (vocals); John Harborne (trombone); Allan Greller (electric bass); Ron Metz (drums, percussion); J.D. Foster (shaker, percussion). Audio Mixers: Gary Arnold; J.D. Foster. Recording information: Chop Shop Mobile; Gary's Chop Shop, NY, NY; Jolly Roger, Hoboken, NJ; London, England. The Schramms are named for their founder, guitarist/singer/songwriter Dave Schramm, who was a member of Yo La Tengo and played with Chris Stamey, Kate Jacobs, Soul Asylum and Freedy Johnston. Their fifth album, ONE HUNDRED QUESTIONS maintains the high standard of their previous efforts: heartfelt, earthy roots-rock that keeps an introspective, personal focus while avoiding painful earnestness or blandness. "Mary Come Lately," and the spooky ruminative ballad "I'll Believe," have a homey, loping sound that wouldn't be out place on early albums by the Band or Neil Young, yet there's also subtle use of distortion and noise that recalls Sonic Youth (in their quieter moments) and DJ Spooky. "Torn In Two" and "Simple Arithmetic" are rough-hewn, but not sloppy, mid-tempo rockers with folk and country undertones that find the band in Son Volt, early Jayhawks, and (yes, again) the Band territory. Schramm has a stinging, gently smoldering, emotional guitar sound, and keyboard player Andrew Harris
Adventures in Gold Country
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Growing up in the rugged gold mining country of Northern Ontario in the 1950's, Billy Tyler learns the harsh realities of life, and the strong values necessary to survive and succeed in an environment of wilderness beauty, lawlessness and greed. Billy's courageous attempt to rescue the passengers of a downed aircraft on a frozen northern lake, teaches him that true courage knows no boundaries. The fight for survival against a devastating flood, characterizes for Billy, the strength and perseverance of his frontier neighbors; many of them gold miners accustomed to danger. An eerie encounter with a young drowning victim brings an awareness of the reality of life and death. A summer job with the Circus leads to an association with some unsavory characters. A brutal attack on Caitlin, a...
Baked Pork and Apple Meatballs (Gary Rhodes) (apple, butter, chicken broth, cornflour, eggs, cinnamon, pork chops, nutmeg, onions, sage, salt, white wine)
Gary's Stuffed Mushrooms (butter, garlic, garlic powder, imitation crabmeat, mushroom, red pepper, salt)
Gary Rhodes - Pork Chops With Apple Tart Topping (apple, apple, butter, caster sugar, lemon juice, pork chops, salt)
Gary's Turkey Burritos (onions, cheddar cheese, turkey)
Buckner & Garcia - Wikipedia
Buckner & Garcia was an American musical duo consisting of Jerry Buckner and Gary Garcia from Akron, Ohio. Their first recording was made in 1972, when they performed ...
Bill Buckner -- Remembered for play in World Series
Bill Buckner's career has alway been marked by one play in the history of the World Series. In Game 6 of the 1986 series, Buckner, hampered by leg problems, was ...
Bill Buckner Stats | Baseball-Reference.com
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