C. Thompson

Cap Badges and Insignia of the Canadian Army 1953-1973 - Thompson (1973)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by mcrimea at Oct. 2, 2010
Cap Badges and Insignia of the Canadian Army 1953-1973 - Thompson (1973)

Major Roy J. C. Thompson, "Cap Badges and Insignia of the Canadian Army 1953-1973 - Vol. 3"
Nova Scotia, Canada | 1973 (Second Printing 1975) | ISBN: none | 215 pgs. | PDF | 21MB

Amsterdam Sinfonietta, Candida Thompson - The Argentinian Album: Piazzolla, Ginastera, Golijov (2014)

Amsterdam Sinfonietta, Candida Thompson - The Argentinian Album: Piazzolla, Ginastera, Golijov (2014)
EAC | FLAC (image+.cue, log) | Covers Included | 65:16 | 275 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: Channel Classics | Catalog: CCS 33014

"I can’t imagine a more diverse palette of sounds, styles and colours than the three composers on this recording. They are unmistakably Argentinian yet tantalisingly different. Between them they represent the vibrant fusion of cultures that exist in Argentina today. In order to give full justice to their music, we researched their personal tastes, sources and sound worlds, looking for the influences that shaped them."
Adrian Thompson, Marcus Farnsworth, John Talbot - E.J. Moeran: Folksong Arrangements (2015)

Adrian Thompson, Marcus Farnsworth, John Talbot - E.J. Moeran: Folksong Arrangements (2015)
EAC | FLAC (image+.cue, log) | Covers + Digital Booklet | 65:41 | 279 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: Naxos | Catalog: 8.571359

Ernest John Moeran was born in London but grew up in Norfolk and had strong ties with Ireland. While still a student at the Royal College of Music he was inspired by a performance of Vaughan Williams’s Norfolk Rhapsody that seemed “to breathe the very spirit of the English countryside”, and was soon collecting folksongs for himself. Moeran’s transcriptions were taken from English and Irish traditional singers with both rural and seafaring backgrounds, rescuing music and words both entertainingly earthy and sublimely beautiful which would otherwise have died with the artists who performed them.

Chester Thompson - Powerhouse (1971) {Black Jazz}  Music

Posted by tiburon at May 2, 2017
Chester Thompson - Powerhouse (1971) {Black Jazz}

Chester Thompson - Powerhouse (1971) {Black Jazz}
EAC 0.99pb5 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3u | Full Scans 400dpi | 249MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Jazz, Hard Bop

Contacted by phone at his home just south of San Francisco, Chester Thompson is quick in his response to a question about a record he made in three hours on a Sunday afternoon fifty years ago, Powerhouse. 'I was a young man, and it was an opportunity to show people that I could play a Hammond B-3 organ.' Little did Thompson know then that he was showing people who would place him on an unexpected career path into the whirlwind of pop music.
Alexandra Thompson by Natalie Rose Peterson for B-Authentique Magazine

Alexandra Thompson - Natalie Rose Peterson Shoot
8 jpg | 1280*1918 | 10.85 MB
American model
Emma Watson by Michael Thompson for W Magazine June/July 2013

Emma Watson - Michael Thompson Photoshoot 2013
4 jpg | up to 2136*1600 | 3.3 MB
English actress
Grace Hartzel by Michael Thompson for Vogue Mexico March 2017

Grace Hartzel - Michael Thompson Photoshoot
8 jpg | up to 2500*3238 | 8.1 MB
American model
Kristen Stewart by Michael Thompson for ELLE September 2014

Kristen Stewart - Michael Thompson Photoshoot
11 jpg | up to 8100*3466 | UHQ | 109.55 MB
American actress
Martha Hunt by Bryce Thompson for Vogue Taiwan January 2017

Martha Hunt - Bryce Thompson Photoshoot 2016
7 jpg | up to 1920*2560 | 2.63 MB
American model
Polyphony, Stephen Layton - American Polyphony: Barber, Bernstein, Copland, Thompson (2015)

Polyphony, Stephen Layton - American Polyphony: Barber, Bernstein, Copland, Thompson (2015)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 354 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 179 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Classical, Choral | Label: Hyperion | # CDA67929 | Time: 01:14:08

An all-too-rare new recording from Polyphony and Stephen Layton presents highlights from the choral repertoire by four twentieth-century American giants: Samuel Barber, Leonard Bernstein, Aaron Copland and Randall Thompson. Framed by Thompson’s understated favourites Alleluia and Fare Well, the programme includes Bernstein’s Missa brevis, Copland’s early set of four motets, and—of course—Barber’s inimitable Agnus Dei.