Tug of War is the third solo studio album by Paul McCartney, discounting the seven studio albums with Wings, released in April 1982. It was McCartney's first album released after the dissolution of Wings in April 1981. The album was produced by former Beatles producer George Martin and was a number #1 in numerous countries.
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Many see this as a disappointing album by Yes, and its easy to understand why. The music is far removed from "Close to the edge", "Fragile" etc,. In place of the lengthy prog compositions we have an almost AOR sound, closer to the music of say Styx or Toto.
Over the past 2 years, recording artists Donna Deussen (vocals) and Paul Weitz (guitar) have been developing unique arrangements for both duo and full band settings. The result of their efforts is their new co-produced CD, “On The Street Where You Live.” The CD features Matt VanBenschoten on bass, Gus Duffy on drums, Wayne Wayne on sax, and Geoff Nudell on clarinet and flute. Join all six musicians for their CD Release Party on Saturday…
"Beautiful Night" is a song by Paul McCartney and is the thirteenth track on his 1997 album Flaming Pie. In December 1997, it was released as the third and final single from that album, peaking at number 25 in the UK Singles Chart.
Risultato dal lavoro congiunto di Giorgio Nardone e di Paul Watzlawick, questo volume presenta in forma sistematica il modello di terapia breve per la soluzione di problemi psicologici specifici. L’approccio strategico alla psicoterapia, ossia la moderna evoluzione della terapia sistemica in simbiosi con l’ipnoterapia di Milton Erickson, rappresenta una prospettiva rivoluzionaria rispetto alle forme convenzionali di intervento psicoterapeutico. …
Folk vocal trio with a smooth, wholesome delivery, who helped popularize the work of Bob Dylan and proved crucial in bridging two music generations. The most popular folk group of the 1960s, Peter, Paul and Mary in later decades have also proved themselves to be among the most durable music acts in history. Their longevity dwarfs that of the Weavers, while the fact that the trio continues to be associated with a major record label (Warner Bros.) after decades in the business sets them apart from rivals like the Kingston Trio and the Brothers Four. Then again, perhaps it isn't so surprising – Peter, Paul and Mary's roots run deeper than almost any other folk act one might care to name, while their appeal crosses audience lines that other acts couldn't (and can't) even approach.