From 1974 through 1980, Johnny "Guitar" Watson was on a tear no one, including George Clinton or Bootsy Collins, could equal. While the P-Funk machine began to run out of steam by 1978 - with the exception of the Brides of Funkenstein - Watson kept churning out the weird, kinky funk well into the era of Rick James. Love Jones, his last fine record for quite awhile, had all the trademarks in place: the choppy, heavily reverbed and wah-wahed guitar that had made Watson a blues sensation, the sci-fi keyboards, the handclap that Nile Rogers and Bernard Edwards ripped off for Chic, the expandable horn section that intertwined with the guitar riffs, and the punched up basic basslines that kept the funk a simple but ultimately moving thing.
When the original line-up of Status Quo reunited for a 9-dates UK tour in March of 2013 the outpouring of approval and raw emotion from the fans was incredible. Rossi, Parfitt, Lancaster and Coghlan received a rapturous response; the band clicked straight back into their groove, the chemistry obvious, the music stunning and the volume almost overpowering. Now the band are delighted to announce the release of "The Frantic Four Reunion 2013" a range of live material recorded on the tour.
This delightful collection of creative essays combines a remarkable mix of science, psychology, personal insight, and passionate stories focused on the chemistry of lasting love. The authors explore a wealth of topics on the subject, including the difference between falling and staying in love; the nature of soul mates; how men and women express their love differently; the creation of meaning in relationships; the roles of passion and libido, and much more.
This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to become a great lover. I hope you're eager to learn about the art of sexual pleasuring. Though it is such a natural instinct, there are few who excel in the art of lovemaking. This book intends to educate and teach eager learners how to give and receive pleasure and become great lovers. Drawing inspiration from classical texts and sexual practices such as Kamasutra, Tantra, and The Tao, the book reveals the secrets of great sexual encounters, and how you can experience it yourself with a little effort and some practice.
This course is for you to learn the basics of getting guys more interested in you.
Presents in lucid detail the sixty-four arts of love divided into eight varieties of sexual play—embracing, kissing, pinching and scratching, biting, moving to and fro and pressing, erotic noises, role reversal, and positions of love-making. It is a translation of the Treatise on Passion by Gedun Chöpel, the highly contoversial former monk. He gives titillating advice to shun inhibitions and explains how to increase female sexual pleasure. An over-arching focus is sexual ecstasy as a door to spiritual experience—the sky experience of the mind of clear light pervades the scintillating descriptions of erotic acts.
The Lesbian Sex Bible is a fresh, funny, irreverent, and inclusive look at lesbian sexuality. This book encourages women to talk freely about sex, to deepen and expand their sexual knowledge, and it empowers women of all sexual identities to have the hottest sex possible. Lesbian, bisexual, bicurious, trans, butch, femme, androgynous, seasoned dykes, and curious new comers alike will want to keep this book on the nightstand.
Obscene Thoughts: A Pornographer's Perspective on Sex, Love and Dating examines progressive, intellectual and academic constructs regarding mate selection, sexual behavior and the reasons why people cheat. Obscene Thoughts investigates and deconstructs core socioeconomic and biological values and the sexual behaviors of men and women, in a fresh, distinct manner.
You know what? It all started With the cavemen … In the old days, a caveman grabbed his club, snatched a hold of his cave woman, yanked her by her hair, grunted and hauled her off for wild sex.
"How to Make Sacred Love to a Woman: An Intimate Exploration of Sacred Sexuality" is a collection of thought-provoking essays from both men and women, delving deep into the subjects of sacred sexuality, tantra and what women truly desire from men in the bedroom and beyond. Edited by Gabriel Morris, author of "The Mystery of Woman: A Book for Men" (Soul Rocks Books, 2012) and many other books. It includes essays by Morris, plus a wide range of essays by other authors, men and women, representing an impressive spectrum of knowledge and expertise.