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Church news, Dec. 3, 2016
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Audio Mixers: Drapht; DJ Reflux; Dave Parkin. Arranger: Drapht. Previously confined to the underground clubs of Melbourne and Sydney, the Australian hip-hop scene has recently begun to penetrate the mainstream, thanks to ARIA Award-winning releases from Bliss N Eso and Hilltop Hoods, and this chart-topping fourth effort from Perth-based MC Paul Ridge, aka Drapht. Released through his own The Ayems label, it's not difficult to see why The Life of Riley has struck a chord with native audiences. There are shades of N.W.A on the police-baiting anthem Take the Party with Us, and Dr. Dre on the plinky piano chords of Good Morning, but for the most part, the former Syllaboliks Crew member has left his West Coast influences behind to produce a record bursting with originality, humor, and an eclectic streak that proves he's no one-trick pony. Told from the perspectives of three saloon-hopping cowboys, We Own the Night is a enthralling collaboration with Mantra and Urthboy given a suitably Wild West flavor thanks to its Morricone-esque guitars; People Don't Know effortlessly combines singer/songwriter Abbe May's howling Patti Smith-esque vocals with brooding the xx-style dark atmospherics, while I.P.J.R. sees Drapht kill off the Jimmy Recard character of his breakthrough hit in a haze of military rhythms, winding psychedelic rock solos, and sinister robotics before ending with a clever use of Laura Nyro's Jimmy Mac. It's not the only inspired sample. Down is a Play-era Moby-style slice of dirty electro-blues that borrows the chorus of Tim Buckley's Pleasant Street, the infectious lead single Rapunzel uses the jangly garage rock of forgotten '60s outfit the Heirs' Don't You Love Me as its backdrop, and On and On is a Slick Rick-sampling fusion of producer Trials' appropriately slick beats and swirling Hammond organs. The need to cover all bases doesn't always work. The Paul the Dan is a tedious rap battle that sounds like a leftover from a sub-8 Mile
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Ranging over 30 years of Bob Dylan recordings, films, and concerts, this updated edition includes a new epilogue that examines his 30th anniversary celebration and his 1998 Grammy Award comeback. *Author: Riley, Tim/ Riley, Gwendoline *Binding Type: Paperback *Number of Pages: 376 *Publication Date: 1999/04/01 *Language: English *Dimensions: 8.27 x 5.48 x 0.78 inches
A unique combination of musical analysis and cultural history, Tell Me Why stands alone among Beatles books with its single-minded focus on the most important aspect of the band: its music. Riley offers a new, deeper understanding of the Beatles by closely considering each song and album they recorded in an exploration as rigorous as it is soulful. He tirelessly sifts through the Beatles discography, making clear that the legendary four were more than mere teen idols: They were brilliant innovators who mastered an extremely detailed art. Since the first publication of Tell Me Why in 1988, much new primary source material has appeared—Paul McCartney's authorized biography, the Anthology CDs and videos, the complete Parlophone-sequenced albums on CD, the Live at the BBCsessions, and the...
Music historian and journalist Tim Riley's biography challenges many popular assumptions about Lennon's life, from his widely misunderstood 'Working Class Hero' origins to his epic romance with Yoko Ono. Riley also explores Lennon in all his contradictions: the misogynist turned peace activist, the moralist who loved to outrage and the 'bigger than Christ' LSD enthusiast who settled down to become a house-husband. A pre-eminent scholar of Beatles music, Riley has consulted some of the most important Beatles scholarship of the past two decades. In a field littered with untrustworthy memoirs, he has culled the most reliable information from hundreds of books, and tracked down even more insightful sources among Lennon's friends, enemies, confidantes, celebrity associates and business...
[Editor’s note: Area faith-based institutions should send their event submissions at least two weeks before the event to Kokomo Tribune Religion Calendar, 300 N. Union St. , P. O. Box 9014, Kokomo, IN 46901, or email ktnews@kokomotribune. Be sure to include details of your event and the church’s street address and phone number. Calvary Baptist Church. There will be a free vision screening from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. today at the church, 1967 W. Boulevard. Andrea Dockerty from Dr. Tavel’s office will perform the screenings. Specials to help cut down on the cost of glasses (single vision) will be offered. There also will be free gift bags. “A Christmas Musical Perspective” will be presented at 7 p. m. today. John Brown, Melissa Campos, Pam England, Mark Sanders and Gene Stang will present the program, which will emphasize the true reason for the season of Advent. Call 765-453-3159 for more information. Justin Terry will return to Calvary Baptist for the December Gospel Hour at 4 p. m. Sunday. A freewill offering will be taken. In 2006, Justin took his first singing position as bass singer for the newly formed group, Cross4Crowns. He grew into his role during his years there and learned technique from Tim Riley and Jeff Chapman. Christ Lutheran Church. The third concert in the 2016–2017 series of Lunchtime Concerts will begin at 12:10 p. m. Wednesday at 3401 S. Dixon Road. The concert, an event in the Fine Arts Series Music at Christ, will feature pianist Barbara Hobbs, Kokomo, in her second Christmas-themed performance at Christ Lutheran. There is no charge for the concert, which will last 20 to 30 minutes. A light lunch will follow (donation suggested). The next concert in the series will feature organist Dr. John Allegar on Feb. Cross Way Community Freewill Baptist Church. Pastor Eric Fox will deliver a message on “Wise Men Seek Him with All Their Heart” at 10:30 a. m. Sunday at 1700 W. Boulevard. At the 5 p. m. Sunday movie night, the film “The Nativity” will be shown. Faith United Methodist Church. The church’s 50th annual chicken and noodle dinner will be 4:30 to 6:30 p. m. today at 1518 N. Faith Road. A freewill offering will be taken, and proceeds will go to missions of United Methodist Women. First Evangelical Presbyterian Church. The 16th Annual Holiday Cookie Walk, sponsored by Women in Ministry of the church, 2000 W. Jefferson St. , will be from 9 to 11 a. m. Dec. Customers may walk through Fellowship Hall and fill a box for $10 from selections of freshly homemade cookies and candies for holiday gatherings. All proceeds help fund mission programs. First Friends Meeting of Kokomo. The church, 1801 W. Zartman Road, will host an American Red Cross blood drive from 9 a. m. to 2 p. m. Dec. To make a donation appointment, go to http://www. org/donating-blood or http://www. Kokomo Church of the Brethren. A free pancake breakfast and free photos with Santa will be 9 to 11 a. m. Dec. 10 at the church, 311 W. Lincoln Road. Morning Star Church. “The Gifts of Christmas” is the title of a sermon series underway at the church, 2900 E. Markland Ave. The traditional worship service is at 9 a. m. and the contemporary service at 10:30 a. m. New Beginnings Christian Fellowship. On this second Sunday of Advent, Pastor Jeff Russell will bring a message, “The Significance of a Sign: Jesus is Our Peace,” at 10 a. m. at 1900 S. Berkley Road, (just north of Kokomo High School). “It will be a challenge to pursue the Christ of Christmas, not the craziness of our culture. Jesus Christ is more than just a baby in a manger. The sermon will be based on Numbers 24:17 and Matthew 2. For more information, call Russell at 765-776-0868. Shiloh United Methodist Church. A Christmas Bible School for ages 4 through 10 will be offered at the church, 5741 W. 100 North, from 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. Dec. Children will hear the Christmas story, make a craft, and have a snack, games and lunch. For more information, call 765-457-3140. Solid Rock Ministries. Solid Rock Ministries and Project Hope will host a chili supper at 5:30 p. m. today at the church, located two miles east of Aldi’s on East Sycamore Street. A freewill offering will be taken. Pastor Brad Swain and singers from In His Image Church.
Tim and Tracy's Chocolate Cake (Boiled) (baking soda, butter, cocoa powder, eggs, flour, sugar, water)
Tim Horton's Style Oatmeal Muffins (flour, baking powder, eggs, milk, oats, salt, vegetable oil, sugar)
Tim Mcgraw's Chicken and Dumplings! (bay leaf, black pepper, butter, carrot, celery, celery, cube chicken bouillon, cloves, water, cornstarch, sage, thyme, flour, parsley, sweet peas, garlic, onions, chicken, salt, water, yellow onions)
Hotel Riley Rum Cocktail (amaretto liqueur, coconut rum, lime juice, pineapple, pineapple juice, vodka)
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