The only guitarist to have had a style of rhythm guitar named after him, Freddie Green is purported to have said, 'You shouldn't hear the guitar by itself. It should be part of the whole. You only notice the guitar when its not there.'
Medicinal and aromatic plants are garnering increased interest from industry, academia, and the health sciences. The series Medicinal and Aromatic Plants–Industrial Profiles gathers information currently scattered through an ever-increasing number of journals. Each volume provides an in-depth look at one plant genus about which an area specialist has assembled information ranging from plant production to market trends and quality control.
Apéritif improvisé, repas de famille, pique-nique estival… pour tous les goûts, pour tous les styles.
Although Free was never destined to scrape the same skies as Led Zeppelin, when they first burst out of the traps in 1968, close to a year ahead of Jimmy Page and company, they set the world of British blues-rock firmly on its head, a blistering combination of youth, ambition, and, despite those tender years, experience that, across the course of their debut album, did indeed lay the groundwork for all that Zeppelin would embrace…
À Tâtons is the second album by the Belgian singer Axelle Red. It was released in 1996. Axelle Red (born Fabienne Demal on 15 February 1968) is a Belgian singer-songwriter. She was born at Hasselt, Flanders, Belgium, the daughter of Roland Demal, a solicitor in Hasselt and Councillor for the Flemish liberal party, Open-VLD, in the City Council. Nowadays a committed artist and a militant humanist, back in 1993 Axelle graduated from the Vrije Universiteit Brussel as a lawyer, the same year her first album Sans Plus Attendre was released which immediately resulted in her breaking in France, Switzerland, Canada and Belgium, where sales alone amounted to more than 200,000.