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Canadian Woodworking & Home Improvement #15 (December 2001/January 2002)

Canadian Woodworking & Home Improvement #15 (December 2001/January 2002)
English | PDF | 44 pages | 5 Mb

Warships International Fleet Review - December 2001 / January 2002  Magazines

Posted by vihot at March 16, 2011
Warships International Fleet Review - December 2001 / January 2002

Warships International Fleet Review - December 2001 / January 2002
HPC Publishing | 60 pages | PDF | 33 Mb

Beadwork Vol.5 №1 - December 2001/January 2002  Magazines

Posted by stefaniaverani at Nov. 29, 2010
Beadwork Vol.5 №1 - December 2001/January 2002

Beadwork Vol.5 №1 - December 2001/January 2002
56 pages | English | PDF | 10.6 MB

Home Power Magazine - December 2001-January 2002 (Issue 86)  Magazines

Posted by Mitsu at Oct. 26, 2009
Home Power Magazine - December 2001-January  2002 (Issue 86)

Home Power Magazine - December 2001-January 2002 (Issue 86)
English | 164 pages | PDF | 7.07 MB

Home Power Magazine - The hands-on journal of home-made power. Make your own electricity with solar, wind, and hydro.

Playboy's Book of Lingerie 2001 January/February  Magazines

Posted by o_aniska at May 25, 2009
Playboy's Book of Lingerie 2001 January/February

Playboy's Book of Lingerie 2001 January/February
PDF | 69 Pages | 14,8 Mb
Mylene Farmer - Les Mots (2001) {3CD+DVD Box Set, Limited Edition} **RE-UP**

Mylene Farmer - Les Mots (2001) {3CD+DVD Box Set, Limited Edition}
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 2,04 Gb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 437 Mb
DVD-5 | MPEG-2, PAL 720x576 (4:3), VBR ~ 8113 kb/s
LPCM 2.0, 48.0 kHz/16 bit, 1536 kb/s | ~ 468 Mb | Full Scans (JPG) | RAR 5% Recovery
Electronic, Dance, Pop, Chanson, Pop Rock, Synth-pop | Polydor #589 460-2

The first hits package from iconic singer/songwriter Mylene Farmer, 2001 release Mots, showcases her musical evolution from French pop chanteuse to feisty rock chick to futuristic dance diva. A celebration of her 17-year career, the two-CD collection includes 27 of her most popular singles and B-sides compiled in chronological order, from her 1989 debut "Maman a Tort" to 2001's "L'Histoire D'Une Fee, C'est…" alongside three new compositions, "C'est Une Belle Journee," "Pardonne-Moi," and the title track collaboration with Seal.
Chet Atkins - Guitar Country / More Of That Guitar Country (2001) **RE-UP**

Chet Atkins - Guitar Country / More Of That Guitar Country (2001)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 323 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 140 Mb
Scans Included (JPG, 300 dpi) | RAR 5% Recovery
Country, Instrumental | Collectables #COL-2819 / BMG Special Products #DRC 12985

These two RCA LPs came out in '64 and '65 when Chet was at the height of his success with the label, scoring his biggest country hit (#4) with Yakety Axe . That classic joins 23 others by the late Nashville icon, including Freight Train; Winter Walkin'; Alone and Forsaken; Guitar Country ; his own versions of Johnny Cash's Understand Your Man and Bob Dylan's Blowin' in the Wind, and more!
Richard Hickox,‎ BBC National Orchestra of Wales - Frank Bridge: Orchestral Works, Vol. 1-6 (2001-2005) (Repost)

Richard Hickox,‎ BBC National Orchestra of Wales - Frank Bridge: Orchestral Works, Vol. 1-6 (2001-2005)
EAC Rip | FLAC (image+.cue, log) ~ 1,62 Gb | 07:05:05 | Scans included
Classical | Label: CHANDOS

Frank Bridge couldn't write a tacky note to save his life. It's instructive in this respect to compare this premiere recording of his early tone poem Mid of the Night to Hyperion's recent release of Granville Bantock's almost exactly contemporaneous Thalaba the Destroyer. Where Bantock stitches shameless cribs from Tchaikovsky into a ramshackle and repetitive musical structure, Bridge's thematic material covers large, well-sustained spans and consistently holds the listener's interest. The lovely central melody introduced by English horn against softly murmuring strings has real lyrical beauty, and Bridge times his climaxes with unerring precision. Isabella, dating from 1907 (three years later than Mid of the Night), features some splendidly passionate string writing and an even more tightly integrated structure.

Kenny Werner - Form and Fantasy, Vol. 1 (2001)  Music

Posted by Domestos at Dec. 4, 2017
Kenny Werner - Form and Fantasy, Vol. 1 (2001)

Kenny Werner - Form and Fantasy, Vol. 1 (2001)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+.cue, log) ~ 372.62 Mb | 01:09:13 | Cover
Jazz, Modern Creative | Label: Double-Time Records

Here pianist Kenny Werner debuts a new trio, with bassist Johannes Weidenmüller and drummer Ari Hoenig. The set, recorded live in Paris, begins with Werner's "Amonkst" (previously recorded with Dave Holland and Jack DeJohnette on 1998's A Delicate Balance). The rest of the program is mostly non-original; some of the workhorses from Werner's older trio's repertoire are freshly reconsidered. "Nardis" and "Dolphin Dance" are played in seven, while Bill Evans' "Time Remembered" is prefaced by an unaccompanied Werner solo titled "Bill Remembered." The Evans tune segues seamlessly into a roaring "Lonnie's Lament," played up-tempo, much like Joe Lovano did on his 1994 Quartets record. Another highlight is Werner's stirring adaptation of Bach's "Sicilienne," which he also sets up with a lovely solo prelude.
Rudolph Palmer, Brewer Chamber Orchestra - Handel: Deidamia (2001)

Rudolph Palmer, Brewer Chamber Orchestra - Handel: Deidamia (2001)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 790 Mb | Total time: 60:53+66:21+53:50 | Scans included
Classical | Label: Albany Records | # TROY 460 | Recorded: 2001

Here we have the first recording of Handel's final Italian opera with a period instrument orchestra, chorus and a superb American cast. Deidamia was Handel's last opera. He began work on it in October, 1740, at the same time he was completing its companion work, Imeneo, which he had begun two years earlier. On November 8, Handel presented his London winter season - with some new works, some revivals - and for this purpose had engaged the Theatre Royal at Lincoln's Inn Fields. Opening night saw a semi-staged version of the serenata Il Parnasso in festa; later in the month came the premiere of Imeneo. Despite a superb score and fine cast, the production was a failure and was offered only once again in early December. The fact is that opera - Italian opera - was passe in London by this time. The public had turned to other musical delights - stage works in English of a more frivolous nature than Handel's offerings.