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Brain Salad Surgery [9/30]


Brain Salad Surgery [9/30]


$12.29


Toccata is an adaptation of the 4th Movement of Alberto Ginastera’s 1st Piano Concerto. The 1996 reissue of BRAIN SALAD SURGERY includes The Making Of Brain Salad Surgery, anecdotes about the session recorded in 1996. Emerson, Lake & Palmer: Keith Emerson (accordion, piano, harpsichord, organ, Moog synthesizer); Greg Lake (vocals, guitar, bass); Carl Palmer (drums, electronic drums, percussion). Principally recorded between June and September 1973. Originally released on Manticore/Atlantic (MC-66669). The Making Of Brain Salad Surgery recorded in 1996. Includes liner notes by Jerry McCulley. Much maligned, although it is hard to understand why. They merely took what the Nice did one stage further as Palmer became the songwriter in place of Lee Jackson. The two sides of ELP were adaptations of classical pieces, which usually worked well. On this, ‘Jerusalem’ and ‘Toccata’ are given the prog treatment. The longer original suite ‘Karn Evil’ allows Emerson to let loose on his organ and piano. He is astonishingly fluid and imaginative. A wholly successful album, apart from the dreadful ‘Benny The Bouncer’. Somebody, at some stage, must have thought it was a good idea.

Dark Nature (Blu-ray)


Dark Nature (Blu-ray)


$12.68


Hoping to enjoy a nice holiday in the country McKenzie and her rebellious daughter Chloe travel to a remote Scottish community but their weekend getaway turns into a nightmare as an escalating series of disturbances force them into desperate fight for their lives. DARK NATURE offers bloody thrills and the blackest of comedy as these women struggle against a brutal attacker who is hiding a secret that threatens to tear them to shreds. In the spirit of psychological horror classics THE SHINING and LONG WEEKEND this smart thriller has a twisting turning narrative that creates a sense of dread from the first shot and never lets up until the final seconds. Deleted scenes. Commentary with director Marc de Launay. Interviews. Slideshow. Actors: Niall Greig Fulton Imogen Toner James Bryce. Directors: Marc de Launay. Format: Anamorphic Color NTSC Surround Sound Widescreen. Language: English. Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats). Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1. Number of discs: 1. Rated: Unrated.

Holly & Martin Clara Wall-Mount Ironing Center


Holly & Martin Clara Wall-Mount Ironing Center


$232.96


Brass hardware. Mirrored front. Locking latch on ironing center. Two hooks for hanging items. Two fixed shelves for accessories. Ironing is no longer a dreaded chore with our wall mount ironing center. Everything is conveniently located in one spacesaving area. Center has space to store an iron, starch or water bottle. Two shelves can store needed supplies such as sewing kits, scissors, and lint brushes. When mounted, bottom of center should be: 31 in. from floor. Iron Board (unfolded): 33 in. from floor. Made from 3mm mirror and MDF. No assembly required. 16 in. W x 7 in. D x 42 in. H. For added convenience, there are two hooks to hang your items nearby. And when you’re done, just fold up the board, latch the door and view your nicely pressed items in the mirror that adorns the outside of the unit. Its’ stylish and compact design can be used in mostly any living space.

Pranked


Pranked


$3.74


Dear, I dreaded coming to camp Pine Haven and my first week here was the worst. While my best friend was sunbathing on the beach in Hawaii, I was stuck with outdoor showers, a rickety cabin, and only one friend – quiet, boring Melissa. Then the Evil Twins showed up. It turned out they”re totally cool and they wanted to be my friend! They”re not really evil – well, not to me, at least. They AREN”T too nice to Melissa. We started playing a few pranks and it’s kind of gotten out of controle.I know I should put a stop to thinks, but I don”t want to lose my only friends here. I just hope that I don”t do anything I regret. Love, Kelly

Stepping Into the River Once: Poems


Stepping Into the River Once: Poems


$18.86


In his seventh collection of poetry, poet and former creative writing professor Danny Rendleman finds his inspiration from the words of Greek philosopher Heraclitus, who once said, One cant step into the same river twice, since the river never remains the same. But Rendleman takes it one step further. With an elegant and flowing style, Stepping Into the River Once continues an exploration into both the delight and dread that the author discovers after a lifetime living in and enduring Americas Midwest. Rendleman offers both serious and humorous lines about a dying friends comment to him one day: Nice ugly toes, she said. Who could not love someone who is so delicately honest? And I do. But I love my toes, too. He also shares childhood memories of a mother who could can anything for the winter ahead: My mother claimed to be able to preserve anything-lemons, pig parts, venison, whole chickens. In Stepping Into the River Once, Rendleman opens his heart and shares his thoughtful perspective on life and his surroundings, and his easy, though often challenging, and playful style will surely appeal to readers of all generations. These are ambitious and illuminating poems that one will return to again and again. -Herbert Scott, in praise of Rendlemans previous book, The Middle West *Author: Rendleman, Danny *Binding Type: Paperback *Number of Pages: 140 *Publication Date: 2005/08/29 *Language: English *Dimensions: 9.00 x 6.00 x 0.33 inches

The Journal of Nicholas Cresswell


The Journal of Nicholas Cresswell


$23.86


An Englishman travels to North America and does not always have a good time (toward the end of the book he moans, I wish to be at home and yet dread the thought of returning to my native Country a Beggar (P. 251). Nice commentary on the American character and landscape. Travel is mostly limited to the Mid-Atlantic region.

The Police in Dub


The Police in Dub


$13.16


Personnel: Manougazou (guitars); Guido Craveiro (keyboards); RSD (programming). Recording information: Gussie P’s Sip-A-Cup, London, UK; Intuit Studio, Freiburg, Germany; Lego Studios, Kingston, Jamaica; Mad Professor’s Ariwa Sounds, London, UK; Pork & Rabbit Studios, Cologne, Germany; Red Dread Studio, Spaulding, UK. Arranger: Guido Craveiro. Now granted, this was a terrible idea. The members of a Hamburg-based reggae band called Okada decided, probably after imbibing far too much Astra Rotlicht, that what the world needed was a collection of dubbed-up versions of songs from the Police catalog. Most sane people would back away from such an idea, making frantic shoo motions with both hands. But these crazy Germans not only went for it, but convinced the Echo Beach label to release the results – and danged if this album doesn’t turn out to be plenty of good fun. At times, such as on their version of Walking on the Moon, the basic tracks (and even the guitar tone) are so closely patterned on the Police’s original version that you might be tempted to think the dub was actually based on the master tapes; elsewhere, such as on a dub-funk version of Message in a Bottle (featuring a fine vocal performance by reggae legend Earl 16), they depart significantly form the original. Other guest vocalists include Big Youth (on a rootsy version of So Lonely) and Benjamin Zephaniah, and the great Ranking Roger makes an appearance as well, toasting deftly over The Bed’s Too Big Without You. Purists may scoff, but there’s no denying the power of these heavyweight rhythms and the affectionate confidence with which they’re reworked and delivered here. Very nice. ~ Rick Anderson

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