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Tribe, Ivan M.: Mountaineer Jamboree-Pa
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Erscheinungsdatum: 30.06.2006, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Mountaineer Jamboree-Pa, Autor: Tribe, Ivan M., Verlag: University Press of Kentucky, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: MUSIC // Genres & Styles // Country & Bluegrass // Bluegrass // Country and Western, Rubrik: Musik // Allg. Handbücher, Lexika, Seiten: 284, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 440 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Bluegrass Jamboree - Festival of Bluegrass and ...
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Der legendäre Banjo-Bus ist im November-Dezember zur 12. Tournee des Kult-Festivals unterwegs zu den Konzerthallen der Republik. An Bord sind neben Banjos auch wieder Mandolinen, Geigen, Gitarren und der Kontrabass. Meisterlich gespielt begleiten sie die hervorragenden und wegweisenden Sänger und Sängerinnen, die den drei Top-Ensembles aus USA den unvergleichlichen Original-Sound geben. Wie so oft sind beim Jamboree Künstler zu sehen, die bisher noch nie in Europa zu erleben waren. Dies ist ein wichtiger Aspekt des Konzeptes, dem Publikum hierzulande auch neue Trends und Projekte im Bluegrass-Kosmos vorzustellen und zu dokumentieren.

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In It for the Long Run: A Musical Odyssey , Hör...
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Inspired by the Hank Williams and Leadbelly recordings he heard as a teenager growing up outside of Boston, Jim Rooney began a musical journey that intersected with some of the biggest names in American music, including Bob Dylan, James Taylor, Bill Monroe, Muddy Waters, and Alison Krauss. In It for the Long Run: A Musical Odyssey is Rooney's kaleidoscopic firsthand account of more than five decades of success as a performer, concert promoter, songwriter, music publisher, engineer, and record producer. As witness to and participant in over half a century of music history, Rooney provides a sophisticated window into American vernacular music. Following his stint as a Hayloft Jamboree hillbilly singer in the mid-1950s, Rooney managed Cambridge's Club 47, a catalyst of the '60s folk music boom. He soon moved to the Newport Folk Festival as talent coordinator and director, where he had a front-row seat to Dylan "going electric". In the 1970s, Rooney's odyssey continued in Nashville, where he began engineering and producing records. His work helped alternative country music gain a foothold in Music City and culminated in Grammy nominations for singer-songwriters John Prine, Iris Dement, and Nanci Griffith. Later in his career, he was a key link connecting Nashville to Ireland's folk music scene. Whether he's writing songs or writing his memoir, Jim Rooney is the consummate storyteller. In It for the Long Run: A Musical Odyssey is his singular chronicle from the heart of Americana. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jim Rooney. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/blak/008390/bk_blak_008390_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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The Do-Re-Mi: A California Century Mystery, Boo...
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It’s late summer 1972 in the redwood forests of northern California. It seems a safe and wondrous place, but some of the population of the town of Evergreen is growing pot in the trees, and others are bent on stealing it. Then there’s the coming folk festival, a jamboree bringing in musicians, music fans, war protesters, hippies, the Cossacks and other biker gangs, and the law, both local and federal. Skirting the edges are shades of the Manson family and the Mexican Mafia. Clifford Hickey is scheduled to perform at the festival in what might be his last guitar gig before heading off to law school to please his father. He arrives at the peaceful woodland campsite of his brother Alvaro, but within moments six armed men in badges crash the camp, and Alvaro runs. Clifford is arrested and roughly handcuffed. One of the sheriffs’ nephews has been murdered, and Alvaro is the posse’s quarry. When Clifford’s father and mother arrive on the scene, it’s the beginning of a confrontation between the Hickey family and the locals, including the Cossacks, who seemingly have their own agenda for Alvaro. Clifford, on the brink of adult life, becomes embroiled not only in a murder case but also in what becomes a battle between the Hickeys and the law and, ultimately, the Hickeys and their own past. Ken Kuhlken earned degrees in literature and writing and has been a columnist for the San Diego Reader. His stories have appeared in Esquire and Best American Short Stories, and he won the St. Martin’s Press / PWA Best First PI Novel Contest. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Ray Porter. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/blak/005329/bk_blak_005329_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Monterey's Waterfront
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On Monterey's waterfront the words sardine, salmon, mackerel, pompano, albacore, abalone, flounder, and squid were music to the ears of fishermen. With its deep underwater canyon, Monterey Bay hosted a sealife jamboree long before the native Rumsien set out in small tule boats to harvest its bounty. It has sounded a siren call to fishermen and biologists ever since. Chinese fishermen pioneered modern commercial fishing in the 1850s, clustering in villages along Monterey's rugged coast. The cry 'Baleia!' sounded through town, summoning Portuguese whalers to their longboats. Japanese divers in primitive hard-hat gear brought a sea snail called abalone to national attention, while Sicilians earned Monterey the title 'sardine capital of the world.' The railroad opened the way for visitors to discover this natural coastal paradise, now a tourist mecca.

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Monterey's Waterfront
21,99 € *
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On Monterey's waterfront the words sardine, salmon, mackerel, pompano, albacore, abalone, flounder, and squid were music to the ears of fishermen. With its deep underwater canyon, Monterey Bay hosted a sealife jamboree long before the native Rumsien set out in small tule boats to harvest its bounty. It has sounded a siren call to fishermen and biologists ever since. Chinese fishermen pioneered modern commercial fishing in the 1850s, clustering in villages along Monterey's rugged coast. The cry 'Baleia!' sounded through town, summoning Portuguese whalers to their longboats. Japanese divers in primitive hard-hat gear brought a sea snail called abalone to national attention, while Sicilians earned Monterey the title 'sardine capital of the world.' The railroad opened the way for visitors to discover this natural coastal paradise, now a tourist mecca.

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