John Levi Martin

The Explanation of Social Action (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by interes at April 20, 2016
The Explanation of Social Action (repost)

The Explanation of Social Action by John Levi Martin
English | 2011 | ISBN: 0199773319 | 416 pages | PDF | 1,4 MB

The Explanation of Social Action  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by ksveta6 at July 7, 2014
The Explanation of Social Action

The Explanation of Social Action by John Levi Martin
2011 | ISBN: 0199773319 | English | 416 pages | PDF | 1 MB

Moon Martin - Live At Rockpalast (2015) [3 disc set]  Music

Posted by penseur at July 5, 2016
Moon Martin - Live At Rockpalast (2015) [3 disc set]

Moon Martin - Live At Rockpalast (2015) [3 disc set]
EAC with AccurateRip | APE (tracks), CUE, LOG - 363 + 314 Mb | MP3 320 Kbps VBR - 101 + 83,1 Mb
DVD ISO - 5,72 Gb | type: DVD-5 | region: all zone | video: NTSC | audio: Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround/ PCM Stereo (2 channels) | artworks - 70 Mb
or DVDR-Rip: concert ONLY - 789 Mb | Type: XVID Mpeg-4 | 504*336 | AC-3, 48000 Hz, 192 Kbps
Genres: Rock, Pop - Styles: Pop Rock, Classic Rock | Released: September 18, 2015 | RAR 10% Rec. | nitroflare.com

"Oklahoma-born John ‘Moon’ Martin is an American singer-songwriter whose songs were picked up and turned into hits by others. He was an underrated performer and perennially popular in Europe, having first toured there in late 1979. In the USA he opened for Cheap Trick, Rockpile and Joe Jackson. The name ‘Moon’ was added to distinguish him from Brit songsmith John Martyn, and it also recognises his frequent use of lunar-related imagery in lyrics. He was described by author Johnny Rogan as ‘a cross between Buddy Holly, Warren Zevon and John Denver’. His late 60s session career as a ‘guitarist-for-hire’ saw him backing Del Shannon, Jackie DeShannon, Gram Parsons and Linda Ronstadt. He wrote much of ‘Mama’ Michelle Phillips’ debut solo album, ‘Victim Of Romance’ (1977). His 70s band Southwind shared stages with the Byrds and the Flying Burrito Brothers. He also found fame in the New Wave era, when he was backed by musicians from Blondie and was produced by Jack Nitzsche (whom he shared with Mink DeVille - hence the latter artist’s covers of ‘Rolene’ and ‘Cadillac Walk’).(repertoirerecords.com)"

Sapper Martin: The Secret Great War Diary of Albert Martin (Audiobook)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by enmoys at Dec. 17, 2012
Sapper Martin: The Secret Great War Diary of Albert Martin (Audiobook)

Sapper Martin: The Secret Great War Diary of Albert Martin (Audiobook) By Richard van Emden, read by Mark Meadows
Unabridged edition 2009 | 10 hours and 39 mins | ISBN: 1408453959 | MP3 48 kbps | 191 MB

Relationale Soziologie: Zur kulturellen Wende der Netzwerkforschung  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tot167 at July 9, 2010
Relationale Soziologie: Zur kulturellen Wende der Netzwerkforschung

Jan Fuhse, Sophie Mützel, "Relationale Soziologie: Zur kulturellen Wende der Netzwerkforschung"
Vs Verlag | 2010 | ISBN: 3531167723 | 293 pages | PDF | 1,3 MB

Dean Martin - Houston (1965) [TR24][OF]  Vinyl & HR

Posted by popsakov at Jan. 18, 2017
Dean Martin - Houston (1965) [TR24][OF]

Dean Martin - Houston (1965)
FLAC (Tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Front Cover | 29:31 min | 659 Mb | 5% Recovery
Traditional Pop, Vocal Jazz | © 2014 Legacy Recordings

On Dean Martin's previous album, (Remember Me) I'm the One Who Loves You, he had turned in an excellent version of Roger Miller's "King of the Road," and Lee Hazlewood wrote him a similar easygoing country-pop ballad about a drifter in "Houston," which he took into the Top 40 in the summer of 1965. The song therefore lent its name to his next album, handled, as usual, by producer Jimmy Bowen, although arranger/conductor Ernie Freeman was replaced by Bill Justis. Freeman had done the chart for "Everybody Loves Somebody," the record that launched Martin's 1960s comeback, but Justis proved he could write in a similar style, notably on "The First Thing Ev'ry Morning (And the Last Thing Ev'ry Night)," which shared its 1950s…

Dean Martin - Dino Latino (1962) [TR24][OF]  Vinyl & HR

Posted by popsakov at Jan. 18, 2017
Dean Martin - Dino Latino (1962) [TR24][OF]

Dean Martin - Dino Latino (1962)
FLAC (Tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Front Cover | 25:09 min | 551 Mb | 5% Recovery
Vocal Jazz, Traditional Pop, Latin | © 2014 Legacy Recordings

In 1962, Capitol Records, Dean Martin's former record label, and Reprise Records, his new one, were engaged in battle as the former issued his final recordings for it and the latter put out just-recorded material. (The skirmish was a sideshow to the larger war between the two companies over Frank Sinatra, who had founded Reprise even before completing his Capitol contract.) In the LP racks, Capitol struck first with Dino! Italian Love Songs in February, and the album became the singer's first to figure in the best-seller charts. Reprise followed with French Style in April. Cha-Cha De Amor, the last album Martin recorded for Capitol, appeared in early November, and three weeks later Reprise responded with Dino Latino…

John Coltrane - The Very Best of John Contrane (2012)  Music

Posted by Pisulik at Jan. 18, 2017
John Coltrane - The Very Best of John Contrane (2012)

John Coltrane - The Very Best of John Contrane (2012)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) +cue, log, artworks - 465 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps - 171 MB | 01:14:33
Jazz | Label: | Release Year: 2012

John Coltrane was a brilliant jazz musician, and there really is no phase of his career that doesn't feature stunning sax work, but he was just learning how to run and lead a band (while trying to kick a heroin habit) when he recorded for Prestige Records in the mid- to late '50s. This set collects some of the highlights from that period, and while it includes wonderful early signature pieces like "Traneing In" and "Bahia," the full measure of Coltrane's talent and vision (and heroin-free music) was still mostly off in the future when these recordings were made. Trane elevated the tenor sax above its station in the big band era to be a supreme soloing instrument in the bop era. His intense stylings were uniquely creative and are still treasured by fans many decades removed from his tragically early death.

John Mellencamp - Rough Harvest (1999) (HDCD)  Music

Posted by uff at Jan. 18, 2017
John Mellencamp - Rough Harvest (1999) (HDCD)

John Mellencamp - Rough Harvest (1999) (HDCD)
Rock | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Mercury, 314 558 355-2 | rel: 1999 | 410Mb

When John Mellencamp left Mercury Records for Columbia in 1997, he owed his longtime label two more albums – one was a hits collection (The Best That I Could Do), the other was Rough Harvest. Not quite a rarities collection, not quite a live album, Rough Harvest offers a selection of acoustic arrangements of Mellencamp's personal favorites (which happen to lean toward album tracks from the '90s), plus several covers recorded live at his studio, Belmont Mall, in 1997.

John Abercrombie Quartet - Up And Coming (2017) [TR24][OF]  Vinyl & HR

Posted by popsakov at Jan. 18, 2017
John Abercrombie Quartet - Up And Coming (2017) [TR24][OF]

John Abercrombie Quartet - Up And Coming (2017)
FLAC (Tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Digital Booklet | 47:15 min | 928 Mb | 5% Recovery
Jazz, Modern Creative, Post Bop | © 2017 ECM Records

John Abercrombie Quartet: Up and Coming Starting the new year with, if not precisely a bang, a nevertheless unforgettable record whose strength lies in pristine lyricism, nuanced group interplay and writing that capitalizes on the entire quartet's appreciation of subtlety over gymnastics and refined lyricism over angularity, John Abercrombie's Up and Coming—ECM's first release of the year—is also founded strongly on the concept of relationship. The guitarist has been playing with Marc Copland since the pianist's days in the early '70s as a saxophonist before deserting it entirely for a career and discography that's as rich and rewarding as Abercrombie's…