Tough 'Duff is the second album by organist Jack McDuff recorded in 1960 and released on the Prestige label. Jack McDuff switched from bass to organ in the 1950s and left near-poverty in Chicago for fame and celebrity in New York. Featured first with Willis Jackson and then with his own band, McDuff built a huge following almost immediately. Tough ‘Duff, his second LP as a leader, was the first of two meetings with Jimmy Forrest. Their organ/tenor interplay is remarkable throughout; Forrest is at the top of his game. The program is solid mainstream fare which leads to a minimum of confusion and maximum of swing.
A popular yet underrated tenor saxophonist, Jimmy Forrest is featured in several different settings on this 1998 CD reissue. Forrest matches wits with fellow tenors King Curtis and Oliver Nelson on "Soul Street" (his opening phrase is a classic), plays three standards (including an effective "Sonny Boy") with a combo that includes pianist Hugh Lawson and is featured on "I Wanna Blow, Blow, Blow" with a nonet also featuring trombonist Buster Cooper.
Forrest Gump is the soundtrack album based on the Academy Award and Golden Globe-winning film, Forrest Gump, and contains music from many well-known artists, including the Aileen Quinn song "Bobby's Girl". The album was reissued in 2001 with additional tracks.
A sweaty and exciting Forrest Yoga class with Ana Forrest for the intermediate and athletic beginner yoga student. Set your intention for the day, on the mat and in the world, by cultivating pleasure, delight, and strength.
Ana T. Forrest lehrt seit ihrem 18. Lebensjahr Yoga. Nach einer schweren Kindheit nahm Ana ihr Leben selbst in die Hand. Zur Überwindung ihrer körperlichen Behinderungen entwickelte sie einen ganz besonderen Yoga-Stil und eine eigene Lebensphilosophie. Dieses Buch ist ein Spiegelbild ihres Erfolges. …