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Taylor Swift: ‘WebMD’ Cover Girl! (Just Jared)

Taylor Swift shows off her bangs on the cover of the November/December 2012
issue of WebMD magazine, on newsstands now! Here’s what the 23-year-old singer
had to share: On being happy: “The fact is, my life is amazing, so when I’m
getting too much in my own head, I try to say all the things […]

Just Jared

Gratitude, Nichole Nordeman



.and We Shall Call Him Joseph


.and We Shall Call Him Joseph


$13.23


Personnel: Zack Reinig (vocals, guitar, keyboards, programming); Jen Wood (vocals); Shane Browning (keyboards). Audio Mixer: Zack Reinig. Recording information: Chroma Sound; London Bridge. Like on the band’s first album, Hypatia Lake on. and We Shall Call Him Joseph takes a conceptual route, this time focusing in on a figure out to destroy the candy factory in his hometown that was the cause of numerous family tragedies. A couple of Pink Floyd-plod moments aside it’s not The Wall (and everyone should be grateful), but thankfully Hypatia Lake knows a key rule when it comes to anything vaguely approaching a rock opera – if it doesn’t sound good, there’s no reason to listen in further, and quite happily this sophomore effort sounds great. There’s a heck of a lot of shoegaze bliss throughout. and We Shall Call Him Joseph, but specifically in a slightly more American vein like, say, Bethany Curve or the Autumns – just a touch more willing to bring up clarity for the sake of sinking the hooks in more deeply (the overt nods to the extreme tremolo approach of Kevin Shields, as can be heard on songs like Bridgett Fountainhead). Another logical enough comparison point would be the widescreen epics of the Flaming Lips circa The Soft Bulletin and after, though with enough messy-as-hell guitar (check the sheer abuse going on in Joseph and the Divine Intervention) to call to mind their earlier years. It might not have been surprising had Dave Fridmann produced, but Zack Reinig and Dave Hills once again do the honors here, and the way that the songs can almost turn on a dime from stark guitar/vocal-only affairs to huge flowing-through-the-universe-stoned-out-of-our-minds arrangements are to everyone’s collective credit. At a certain point the framing device of the whole thing becomes utterly secondary unless reading along with the song titles is desired (and the bit about sitting around with one’s guitar and wondering if it’s worth it all is perhaps a touch too coy), bu

Acoustic Licks & Riffs - Guitar Method


Acoustic Licks & Riffs – Guitar Method


$14.81


Guitar shredders everywhere will be thrilled with the new SHREDHED series, an innovative line of educational products created by InkTree, Inc. The new twist on traditional sheet music allows guitarists to view an entire song in an easy-to-view display, allowing multiple users to learn together, eliminating the need for music stands, and most importantly ensuring that guitarists fingers never leave their instruments to flip pages. SHREDHED’s Acoustic Licks & Riffs is jam packed with some of the most legendary acoustic guitar licks, riffs, intros, and solos by artists like The Eagles, Grateful Dead, America, and more!

Alfred 00-30484 I Will Give Thanks - Music Book


Alfred 00-30484 I Will Give Thanks – Music Book


$45.64


Alfred Music Publishing is the world s largest educational music publisher. Alfred produces educational, reference, pop, and performance materials for teachers, students, professionals, and hobbyists spanning every musical instrument, style, and difficulty level. I Will Give Thanks! is an exuberant song of grateful praise to the God of all creation. Using the tremendously popular worship song from Brent Chambers, Be Exalted, O God, and briefly incorporating the joyous hymn Now Thank We All Our God, this anthem is available in multiple voicings with instrumental parts and a dynamic fully-orchestrated accompaniment track.

Alfred 00-30522 I Will Give Thanks - Music Book


Alfred 00-30522 I Will Give Thanks – Music Book


$6.06


Alfred Music Publishing is the world s largest educational music publisher. Alfred produces educational, reference, pop, and performance materials for teachers, students, professionals, and hobbyists spanning every musical instrument, style, and difficulty level. I Will Give Thanks! is an exuberant song of grateful praise to the God of all creation. Using the tremendously popular worship song from Brent Chambers, Be Exalted, O God, and briefly incorporating the joyous hymn Now Thank We All Our God, this anthem is available in multiple voicings with instrumental parts and a dynamic fully-orchestrated accompaniment track.

Alfred 00-CH9999 The Perfect Fan - Music Book


Alfred 00-CH9999 The Perfect Fan – Music Book


$5.84


Alfred Music Publishing is the world s largest educational music publisher. Alfred produces educational, reference, pop, and performance materials for teachers, students, professionals, and hobbyists spanning every musical instrument, style, and difficulty level. This title from the Backstreet Boys’ Millenium album was written by two members of the group as a thank you to their mothers for their devotion and encouragement. The positive and grateful message of this song makes it a perfect fit for students in every choral program. Teena brings her accessible writing style to this arrangement and the accompaniment tracks complete the perfect performance closing piece.

Alfred 00-SAIR003 Acoustic Masterclass Series- David Cullen- Grateful Guitar - Music Book


Alfred 00-SAIR003 Acoustic Masterclass Series- David Cullen- Grateful Guitar – Music Book


$22.14


Alfred Music Publishing is the world s largest educational music publisher. Alfred produces educational, reference, pop, and performance materials for teachers, students, professionals, and hobbyists spanning every musical instrument, style, and difficulty level. Guitar arrangements transcribed by the artists themselves, in standard notation and tab. Each edition includes a masterclass-style CD in which the artist walks you through the key aspects and techniques for each arrangement. Ten classic Grateful Dead songs: Casey Jones * Eyes of the World * Friend of the Devil * I Know You Rider * If I Had the World to Give * Ripple * Scarlett Begonias * Sugar Magnolia * Sugaree * Uncle John’s Band.

Arthur And The Invisibles


Arthur And The Invisibles


$15.54


The soundtrack to writer/director Luc Besson’s charming fantasy film, ARTHUR AND THE INVISIBLES, consists primarily of composer Eric Serra’s atmospheric and often playful orchestral score, which is best exemplified by the spry, string-laden Nice Town and the delicate Stolen Kiss. The album also presents a few pop songs, most notably Jewel’s gentle, folk-tinged number, Quest for Love. Track Listing 1. Quest For Love – Jewel 2. Go Girl – Snoop Dogg 3. It’s A Beautiful Day – Elijah (album version) 4. The Minimoys Overture 5. Nice Town 6. Arthur And The Aqueduct 7. The Phonecall And The Waxcake 8. Davidoo And The Watertank 9. Samll As A Tooth 10. Stolen Kiss 11. Grandpa’s Mission 12. The Cloth Ladder 13. Bogo Matassalai 14. Try To Be Convincing 15. Third Ring For The Soul 16. The Land Of The Minimoys 17. Central Gate 18. The Blueberry Catapult 19. Lovebirds 20. Feeding Time 21. The Sword Of Power 22. Arthur The Hero 23. Patchimole 24. Cosmonut 25. Nutboat And Laces 26. Ballad For Granny 27. In Bed With Selenia 28. Red Poppy Night 29. Dragonfly Eggs 30. Evil Straws 31. Koolo 32. Malthazar 33. No Kiss But Tradition 34. Show Time In Necropolis 35. Timeballs 36. Solid Gate 37. Eternally Grateful 38. A Beautiful Sunday 39. Destruction Of The Seides 40. A Bowl Of Rubies 41. Greed And Loneliness 42. The Minimoys Finale

Day of the Dead [Box]


Day of the Dead [Box]


$30.81


Recording information: Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA; Echo Mountain, Ashville, NC; Miner Street Recordings, Philadelphia, PA. Creators: Aaron Dessner; Bryce Dessner. The Grateful Dead were not known for their modesty so perhaps it’s fitting that Day of the Dead, the 2016 tribute album assembled by Aaron and Bryce Dessner of the National for the Red Hot Organization, sprawls with abandon. At five and a half hours, the 59-track album – divided into three separate sets, like any good Grateful Dead concert – is longer than any individual Dead show but it’s not necessarily as far-reaching. The Dessners favor very specific traits within the Dead, eschewing folk, boogie, blues, and cowboy songs in favor of ever-expanding experimentalism. Bob Weir may sit in with the National for an album-closing I Know You Rider but he’s essentially been back-benched: his penchant for good-time rock & roll has been erased and he has a mere seven songwriting credits here, and three of those are band compositions (Dark Star being repeated twice). This means Day of the Dead is anchored on Jerry Garcia and Robert Hunter songs, all filtered through an out sensibility indebted to Phil Lesh. Some of the contributions break this mold – Charles Bradley lays into a funky Cumberland Blues, Courtney Barnett sneers through New Speedway Boogie – but it’s rare to hear the kind of winding, intertwined guitar interplay that characterized so much prime Dead. It surfaces when Weir sits in with the National and Wilco, Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks contribute a rangy, excellent China Cat Sunflower>I Know You Rider, and J Mascis graces Kurt Vile’s Box of Rain with a gorgeous solo, but these are accents on an album that strips away any of the seedy, crunchy elements of jam band music. What’s left is striking, albeit an idiosyncratic interpretation of the Dead. If very few cuts here are especially rhythmic – an odd thing, considering the Dead had two percussionists – the emphasis on shifting texture

Golden Road


Golden Road


$8.86


GOLDEN ROAD, the second solo album from Keith Urban, symbolizes the life and musical journey that has taken him from the Australian farm town of Caboolture to the top of the country music charts. It’s a sojourn that has spanned nearly 9,000 miles (including the nerve-racking 10-yard trek across the famed Opry stage to receive the CMA’s Horizon Award) and more than a decade of writing, picking, living, loving and growing. Golden Road is more of a state of mind than a place for me, Urban says. This album offers here to fore-untapped insights into the mind and soul of Urban, a somewhat complicated, yet optimistic and light-hearted man in his observations about himself and others. Urban reveals more of himself on this project than on any recording he’s ever done. Hopefully it covers the gamut of my personality, from thinking to completely non-thinking, to being in love, joyous love, love for yourself, love for a higher power and gratitude, says Urban, who wrote or co-wrote 8 of the album’s 12 songs. Some of these songs are about things that I wish I could be or I wish I could do; they are not necessarily things that I am. They are idealistic, but that’s a good start. A song like ‘You’re Not Alone Tonight’ tells you everything I think about my spirituality. ‘Song For Dad’ tells you how I feel about my father. The songs like ‘You Won’ and ‘You’re Not My God’ tell you how I feel about addiction and how it can really derail you. If there’s a positive tone to this record, it’s because I feel so grateful to still be on my journey. I haven’t found what I’m looking for, but I feel really blessed to continue down the path to discovery.

Grateful Dead - Indian Chief Tie Dye T-Shirt - 2XL


Grateful Dead – Indian Chief Tie Dye T-Shirt – 2XL


$21.95


A colorful Indian Chief graphic from the Grateful Dead’s song Willie And The Hand Jive glows on the front of this orange tie-dye, 100% cotton t-shirt, featuring an indian feather on the back. A must-have for all Dead Heads.

Grateful Dead - Indian Chief Tie Dye T-Shirt - 4XL


Grateful Dead – Indian Chief Tie Dye T-Shirt – 4XL


$25.95


A colorful Indian Chief graphic from the Grateful Dead’s song Willie And The Hand Jive glows on the front of this orange tie-dye, 100% cotton t-shirt, featuring an indian feather on the back. A must-have for all Dead Heads.

Grateful Dead - Indian Chief Tie Dye T-Shirt - 5XL


Grateful Dead – Indian Chief Tie Dye T-Shirt – 5XL


$27.95


A colorful Indian Chief graphic from the Grateful Dead’s song Willie And The Hand Jive glows on the front of this orange tie-dye, 100% cotton t-shirt, featuring an indian feather on the back. A must-have for all Dead Heads.

Grateful Dead - Indian Chief Tie Dye T-Shirt - L


Grateful Dead – Indian Chief Tie Dye T-Shirt – L


$19.95


A colorful Indian Chief graphic from the Grateful Dead’s song Willie And The Hand Jive glows on the front of this orange tie-dye, 100% cotton t-shirt, featuring an indian feather on the back. A must-have for all Dead Heads.

Grateful Dead - Indian Chief Tie Dye T-Shirt - M


Grateful Dead – Indian Chief Tie Dye T-Shirt – M


$19.95


A colorful Indian Chief graphic from the Grateful Dead’s song Willie And The Hand Jive glows on the front of this orange tie-dye, 100% cotton t-shirt, featuring an indian feather on the back. A must-have for all Dead Heads.

Grateful Dead - Indian Chief Tie Dye T-Shirt - XL


Grateful Dead – Indian Chief Tie Dye T-Shirt – XL


$19.95


A colorful Indian Chief graphic from the Grateful Dead’s song Willie And The Hand Jive glows on the front of this orange tie-dye, 100% cotton t-shirt, featuring an indian feather on the back. A must-have for all Dead Heads.

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