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Helmut Kohl: World leaders pay tribute as coffin of German reunification leader draped in EU flag
World leaders have gathered to pay tribute to the “architect of the world order” Helmut Kohl at the first ever memorial of its kind for a European politician. Draped in an EU flag, the former German Chancellor's coffin sat in the centre of the European
Release Date:03/17/2015;Notes: Instrumental version of Lee Fields & The Expressions' "Emma Jean" record. Soul legend Lee Fields has re-teamed with the Expressions for his new album Emma Jean. The full LP went out June 3rd on Truth & Soul Records & Itunes. Coming at a time when many new artists are trying to emulate the soul and swagger of the 1960s Mr. Fields showers us with authenticity on the 11-track set, highlighted by the first single "Magnolia". Hear the refreshed cover of the JJ Cale track that embodies the late, great American singer/songwriter and the Tulsa Sound he helped create. Since releasing his first album in 1969, Fields has continued to make music for the last 45 years. And having been on the road, touring non-stop for the better part of the last decade, it's evident that Fields has hit an elevated stride both as a recording artist and live performer. Emma Jean is the follow up to Fields' widely praised first two Truth & Soul albums, 2009's My World and 2012's Faithful Man Lee Fields & The Expressions have forged a distinct soulful sound and a grown style with this album. They've pushed their sound in new directions, moving from being content as contemporary soul music royalty to instead delving into and exploring it's next steps. There's a sharper wisdom in the songwriting-from the having loved, lost, and learned vibe of "Don't Leave Me This Way," backed by crooning guitar and wailing horns, to the sophisticated arrangements and studio acumen that's paired with Lee's straightforward sincerity in "Just Can't Win." Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys wrote "Paralyzed," and having Emma Jean mixed and partially recorded at his Nashville studio, the country soul and bluesy rock are immediately noticeable. It brings a different kind of strut to the album, but Fields-born and raised in North Carolina-is right at home with the Southern soul sound. In fact, it feels like a natural progression: an organic, refreshingly pstep. Like past releases from this
Recording information: Circle House Studios, Miami, Florida; Lionsden Recording Studio, Miami, Florida; Tuff Gong Recording Studios, Kingston, Jamaica. Coming five years after the rootsy Revelation, Pt. 1: The Root of Life, Stephen Marley's 2016 LP Revelation, Pt. 2: The Fruit of Life is a more electronic and studio-driven effort, which in the case of this artist/studio whiz kid, is a plus. Instead of Capleton and the Cast of Fela, the guest artists here are primarily from dancehall and hip-hop, the latter being well represented by Waka Flocka, an MC who's a surprising asset on the sure declaration of self, "Scars on My Feet." Waka returns later for the aptly titled "Tonight (It's a Party)" that also adds DJ Khaled and Iggy Azalea to the mix, but if seeing the names Busta Rhymes and Konshens together on one cut suggests another club track, "Pleasure or Pain" is both an utterly serene love song and a chilled-out highlight. This weighty effort is also deep from the start as "Babylon," featuring Junior Reid and Dead Prez, "Revelation Party" featuring Jo Mersa Marley, plus "So Unjust," featuring Rakim and Kardinal Offishall, are all compelling revolution songs that follow the album's epic intro. Odd that Nina Simone's name has fallen off "Father of the Man," as early versions of the single listed her next to Wyclef Jean as a "featured" artist, but the song is sincere and beautiful, as is the Rick Ross feature "The Lion Roars." Stephen's production is compelling, elaborate, daring, and yet tasteful throughout, while his lyrics - like his brother Damian's - offer plenty to savor once all the sonic brilliance has sunk in. File this massive effort next to Damian's Welcome to Jamrock, Stephen's own diverse 2007 release Mind Control, and maybe even Dad's 1976 "Roots, Rock, Reggae" breakthrough, Rastaman Vibration. ~ David Jeffries
He skillfully negotiated the dissolution communist East Germany with former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev and relocated the capital to Berlin. Together with French counterpart Francois Mitterand, he was the architect of the 1992 Maastrict Treaty, which established the euro and EU, which he ardently supported. Medvedev, the Russian Prime Minister, described Mr Kohl as the “the architect of the world order”, adding: “In Russia, we'll remember him as our friend – a wise and sincere person. It concluded with the German national anthem and excerpts from Beethoven's 9th symphony “Ode to Joy”, which is used as the EU anthem. Mr Kohl, who died on 16 June at the age of 87, was to be buried at a funeral in Germany later on Saturday. It was taken by helicopter on to his birthplace in Ludwigshafen, being carried in a procession and then transported to Speyer Cathedral along the Rhine for a Catholic requiem to be attended by 1,500 mourners. The resting place of many rulers of the Holy Roman Empire, the cathedral was seen by Mr Kohl as a symbol of European unity – a place he showed to contemporary leaders including Mr Gorbachev and Margaret Thatcher. But the mass will be boycotted by Mr Kohl’s sons, since their father will not be laid to rest alongside his first wife and their mother, Hannelore Kohl.
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Jean's Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup (black pepper, carrot, celery, chicken, egg noodles, ginger, vegetable oil, water)
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