Kevin Braheny The Way Home

Kevin Braheny - The Way Home (1987)  

Posted by gribovar at June 14, 2014
Kevin Braheny - The Way Home (1987)

Kevin Braheny - The Way Home (1987)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+.cue+log) - 218 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.93) - 119 MB | Covers - 28 MB
Genre: Ambient, New Age | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Hearts of Space (HS11001-2)

Originally titled "Perelandra," after the C.S. Lewis science fiction novel of the same name, The Way Home melds sonic sophistication, emotional refinement and spirituality. Braheny's work on the EWI gives the album's two pieces, "The Way Home" and "Perelandra," a shimmering, weightless feel, which the subtle flute accompaniment emphasizes. An expressive and forward-looking album, "The Way Home" set the tone for not only Braheny's career but for much of the new age/electronic music to come.

Sacred Earth - The Way Home (2007)  Music

Posted by varrock at Sept. 6, 2016
Sacred Earth - The Way Home (2007)

Sacred Earth - The Way Home (2007)
MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | Tracks: 8 | 62:52 min | 149 Mb
Style: New Age, World | Label: Brumby Music

The Way Home Sacred Earths 4th CD released in November 2007, has been a huge success after not releasing a CD for 2 years and focusing on World Touring, Jethro & Prem joined creative forces with Producer Stuart Favilla to create a musical master piece. The Way home brings all that we have come to love about Sacred Earth and fine tuned it to create a smooth and divine Album. The Way Home has paved the way fro Sacred Earth’s music to be released world wide in 2007.

Range Murata - All The Way Home  Comics

Posted by Coda at May 18, 2016
Range Murata - All The Way Home

Range Murata - All The Way Home
Publisher: Pasta's estaba, 2009 | CBR | Japanese | 39 pages | 94.6 MB
Doujinshi (self-published); Artist: Range Murata

Renji "Range" Murata (born October 2, 1968 in Osaka) is a Japanese artist and designer, known for his unique style combining Art Deco and Japanese anime elements. He's called an experienced doujinshi (self-published) and professionally published artist whose work has also been featured in a variety of magazines, video games, and anime series.
All The Way Home (English/Original Name) is just another picture book with lots of cutely drawn little girls.

Jibeuro / The Way Home (2002)  

Posted by fekmax at Nov. 5, 2015
Jibeuro / The Way Home (2002)

Jibeuro / The Way Home (2002)
Korean | DVDRip | AVI | XviD, 984 Kbps | 640x352 | 23.976 fps | 696 MB
Audio: MP3, 111 Kbps | 2 channels | 48.0 KHz | Runtime: 01:27:50 minutes | Subtitles: English (hardcoded), Spanish (srt)
Genre: Drama

The story begins on a fine summers morning, when San-woo and his mother board a bus to the country. It is soon clear that the unsophisticated rural passengers annoy the seven-year-old urban boy. His mother is taking him to live with his 78-year-old mute, but not deaf, grandmother while she looks for a new job after a business venture failed in Seoul.

Gary & Randy Scruggs - All The Way Home (1970)  

Posted by TestTickles at Feb. 15, 2015
Gary & Randy Scruggs - All The Way Home (1970)

Gary & Randy Scruggs - All The Way Home (1970)
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 76mb
Genre: country, folk, bluegrass, country rock

All The Way Home is the 1970 album by Gary & Randy Scruggs released by the Vanguard label. This comes from the only CD release of the album released in 1994. The album is primarily cover renditions of songs by Tim Hardin, Doug Kershaw, Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Beatles, Bob Dylan, and father Earl Scruggs.

All the Way Home: Stories from an African Wildlife Sanctuary (Audiobook)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Grev27 at Jan. 18, 2014
All the Way Home: Stories from an African Wildlife Sanctuary (Audiobook)

All the Way Home: Stories from an African Wildlife Sanctuary (Audiobook) By Bookey Peek, read by Julie Maisey
Unabridged edition 2007 | 10 hrs and 27 mins | ISBN: 1846483166 | MP3 48 kbps | 216 MB

Owly Vol.1 - The Way Home & The Bittersweet Summer (2004)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at March 29, 2013
Owly Vol.1 - The Way Home & The Bittersweet Summer (2004)

Owly Vol.1 - The Way Home & The Bittersweet Summer (2004)
English | CBR | 160 pages | 84.41 MB

Owly is a kind, yet lonely, little owl who's always on the search for new friends and adventure. The first graphic novel in the series contains two enchanting novellas, "The Way Home" & "The Bittersweet Summer," wherein Owly discovers the meaning of friendship, and that saying goodbye doesn't always mean forever. Relying on a mixture of symbols, icons, and expressions to tell his silent stories, Runton's clean, animated, and heartwarming graphic novels have become modern classics.

Range Murata - All The Way Home  

Posted by Coda at Jan. 5, 2012
Range Murata - All The Way Home

Range Murata - All The Way Home
Publisher: Pasta's estaba, 2009 | CBR | Japanese | 39 pages | 94.6 MB
Doujinshi (self-published); Artist: Range Murata

Renji "Range" Murata (born October 2, 1968 in Osaka) is a Japanese artist and designer, known for his unique style combining Art Deco and Japanese anime elements. He's called an experienced doujinshi (self-published) and professionally published artist whose work has also been featured in a variety of magazines, video games, and anime series.
All The Way Home (English/Original Name) is just another picture book with lots of cutely drawn little girls.

The Way Home [2002]  

Posted by 1000usd at Nov. 30, 2009
The Way Home [2002]

The Way Home [2002]
AVI | English | XviD | 640x480 | mp3 128kbps | 0:53:28 | 750 MB | 2002
Genre: Drama

Quietly unfolding like a sweet and simple fable, The Way Home is a touching, award-winning film about the common bonds that emerge between distant generations. Directed with delicate compassion by Jyong-Hyang Lee, it's the first South Korean film to receive distribution by a major American studio (under the art-house imprimatur of Paramount Classics), and begins when seven-year-old Sang-Woo (Yoo Seung-Ho) is left with his mute, stooped-over grandmother (Kim Eul-Boon) in her ramshackle hut in a rural region far from the comforts of Seoul.
All the Way Home: Building a Family in a Falling-Down House

All the Way Home: Building a Family in a Falling-Down House
Harper Paperbacks | Reprint edition | June 23, 2009 | English | ISBN: 0061362875 | 1 MB | PDF | 336 Pgs

This Old House meets The Money Pit in journalist Giffels's search for an affordable home. The Giffels family settles on a run-down, soon to be condemned early–20th-century mansion, but when he arrives at the mansion to begin his work—aided eventually by scores of workers—he finds leaks in several areas of the roof, crumbling brick, dry-rotted wood, warped floors, vermin droppings and nests, as well as a beautiful old staircase, a fireplace in the bedroom and gorgeous brass hinges and other fixtures. Convinced that he can recover the former glory of this house with a little elbow grease and perseverance, Giffels sets out on his mission—fueled by the strains of R.E.M. and the Clash—to renovate the house one room at a time. Giffels fights a losing battle as he seeks to remove squirrels, mice and a raccoon from his abode—his attempt to scare away squirrels from the attic by using an electric guitar is especially amusing—and he discovers that every victory carries with it a failure somewhere else. Sometimes humorous, Giffels's memoir comments sadly on one man's stubbornness and selfishness (even his wife's miscarriages don't stop him from his work) in his quest to make a house a home.