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Nebraska Respite Network provides a statewide system for the coordination of respite resources serving individuals across the lifespan. The Southwest Service Area includes Arthur, Chase, Dawson, Dundy, Frontier, Furnas, Gosper, Grant, Hayes, Hitchcock,
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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) Fiddle. Year of Recording 1957. Record Label Folkways Records. Source Archive Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage. Credits Artist Robert Gregory; Produced by Jules Victor Schwerin; Artist Grant Rogers; Design by Ronald Clyne. 101 Ground Hog Grant Rogers 0:55. 102 The Gregory Family Grant Rogers and Robert Gregory 3:24. 103 Train No. 9 Grant Rogers 1:41. 104 The First Kiss Robert Gregory 2:08. 105 The Old Hen She Cackled Grant Rogers 1:07. 106 A Sandwich for Sentiment Robert Gregory 2:00. 107 Paddy on the Turnpike Grant Rogers 1:19. 108 The Skunk Story Robert Gregory 1:22. 109 Don't Marry One Like Me Grant Rogers 1:50. 110 A Political Meeting Robert Gregory 2:02. 201 Betsy the Heifer Grant Rogers 1:56. 202 My Suit of Clothes Robert Gregory 2:49. 203 The Little Red Barn Grant Rogers 1:11. 204 The Hay Harvest Robert Gregory 5:18. 205 Money Musk Grant Rogers 1:01. 206 George's Story Grant Rogers and Robert Gregory 6:59.
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Robert Cray Band: Robert Cray (vocals, guitar); Jim Pugh (keyboards); Karl Sevareid (bass); Kevin Hayes (drums). Additional personnel includes: Steve Jordan (guitar, drums, percussion, background vocals); Andrew Love (tenor saxophone); Ben Cauley (trumpet); Jack Hale (trombone); Willie Weeks (bass). Engineers include: Don Smith, William Brown, Casey Wood. Recorded at Woodland Studios, Nashville, Tennessee and Royal Studios, Memphis, Tennessee. Personnel: Robert Cray (vocals, guitar); Art Smith (guitar); Andrew Love (tenor saxophone); Ben Cauley (trumpet); Jack Hale (trombone); Jim Pugh (keyboards). Audio Mixer: Don Smith. Perhaps the most telling tune on Shoulda Been Home is the T-Bone Walker-influenced Renew Blues, not because of the style, but because the slow blues fades out after just one tiny minute. By contrast, the mellow soul sway of Out of Eden stretches out to over nine minutes. Robert Cray has been heralded as a savior of modern blues, but the truth is Cray's music is much closer to the vintage soul of O.V. Wright and Otis Redding than the 12-bar form of B.B. King or Albert King. Granted, his punctuating Stratocaster guitar riffs borrow from the books of all the blues masters, but his songwriting and arranging don't. Often backed by arpeggiated guitar chords, Cray's vocals are front and center here, passionately leaning into these predominantly slow or mid-tempo tunes. By contrast, only a couple of cuts are upbeat enough to really get the knees a-shakin'. The infectious opening cut Baby's Arms - the best tune on the record - could have been a hit single for Stax Records, and Sir Mack Rice's upbeat Love Sickness was a hit for Stax Records. Meanwhile, Help Me Forget, with its mellow, candlelight mood, could have been a hit for Barry White. In fact, most of the tunes on Shoulda Been Home are the perfect compliment for sharing a big can of Schlitz Malt Liquor with the one you love in a dimly lit room. Ironically, three of the 12 tunes herein are
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The bestselling true crime author of Under Cover of the Night recounts Laura Ackerson’s disappearance and murder in North Carolina, the discovery of her remains in Texas, and the aftermath… On July 13, 2011, Laura Jean Ackerson of Kinston, North Carolina, went to pick up her two toddler sons. It would be the last time she was seen alive... Two weeks later, detectives searching for the missing mother made a gruesome discovery on the shores of Oyster Creek near Richmond, Texas—the dismembered body parts of a young woman whom they were able to identify as Laura Ackerson. Laura’s ex, Grant Hayes—the father of her two sons—and his wife, Amanda, the mother of his newborn daughter, both pointed the finger at each other as the one guilty of murdering Laura, cutting up her body, and then...
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Grant Hayes, who is serving life in prison for the grisly 2011 death of his ex-girlfriend, Laura Jean Ackerson, has been denied a request for an appeal.
Grant Hayes sits during his trial on Thursday, Aug. 29, 2013, for the ...
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