Phillip Waterman

Konnie Huq - Phillip Waterman Photoshoot  Graphics

Posted by guasman at Oct. 8, 2013
Konnie Huq - Phillip Waterman Photoshoot

Konnie Huq - Phillip Waterman Photoshoot
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British television presenter

Natalie Anderson - Phillip Waterman photoshoot 2010  Graphics

Posted by guasman at Oct. 3, 2013
Natalie Anderson - Phillip Waterman photoshoot 2010

Natalie Anderson - Phillip Waterman photoshoot 2010
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English actress

Sarah Manners - Phillip Waterman Photoshoot 2009  Graphics

Posted by guasman at Oct. 2, 2013
Sarah Manners - Phillip Waterman Photoshoot 2009

Sarah Manners - Phillip Waterman Photoshoot 2009
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English actress

Gabby Logan - Phillip Waterman Photoshoot 2006  Graphics

Posted by nrg at April 25, 2012
Gabby Logan - Phillip Waterman Photoshoot 2006

Gabby Logan - Phillip Waterman Photoshoot 2006
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television presenter

Verity Rushworth - Phillip Waterman Photoshoot  Graphics

Posted by guasman at April 25, 2012
Verity Rushworth - Phillip Waterman Photoshoot

Verity Rushworth - Phillip Waterman Photoshoot
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English actress

Brooke Vincent - Phillip Waterman Photoshoot  Graphics

Posted by guasman at April 20, 2012
Brooke Vincent - Phillip Waterman Photoshoot

Brooke Vincent - Phillip Waterman Photoshoot
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British actress

Louisa Lytton - Phillip Waterman Photoshoot  Graphics

Posted by guasman at April 17, 2012
Louisa Lytton - Phillip Waterman Photoshoot

Louisa Lytton - Phillip Waterman Photoshoot
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English actress
Afshan Azad - Harry Potter beauty in this 2010 Phillip Waterman Photoshoot

Afshan Azad - Harry Potter beauty in this 2010 Phillip Waterman Photoshoot
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Afshan Azad (born 12 February 1988) is a British actress best known for playing the role of Padma Patil in the Harry Potter film series
The Microscopic Septet - Manhattan Moonrise (2014) {Cuneiform RUNE 370} (Phillip Johnston)

The Microscopic Septet - Manhattan Moonrise (2014) {Cuneiform RUNE 370} (Phillip Johnston)
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 379 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 144 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (jpg) -> 22 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 2014 Cuneiform Records / Phillip Johnston | RUNE 370
Jazz / Progressive Jazz / Modern Creative / Post-Bop / Saxophone

In the 80s, the band engendered a cagey slant on mainstream swing and then morphed into the risk-taking New York downtown scene, eventually garnering widespread attention and sell-out crowds at the Knitting Factory and other hip venues. They regrouped in 2006, carrying the torch for what has become a singular sound, ingrained in classic jazz stylizations, bop, funk, and the free-jazz domain. Known for its quirky deviations, razor-sharp horns arrangements and melodic hooks, the septet's spunkiness and tightknit overtures align with the stars on Manhattan Moonrise.
The Microscopic Septet - Friday the 13th: The Micros Play Monk (2010) {Cuneiform RUNE 310} (Phillip Johnston)

The Microscopic Septet - Friday the 13th: The Micros Play Monk (2010) {Cuneiform RUNE 310} (Phillip Johnston)
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 364 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 140 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (jpg) -> 36 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 2010 Cuneiform Records / Phillip Johnston | RUNE 310
Jazz / Progressive Jazz / Modern Creative / Post-Bop / Saxophone

Very few jazz composers have experienced the extremes of acceptance and rejection that were Thelonious Monk's lot. Ignored and rejected early in his career – in part for the oblique weirdness of his piano style, in part for the difficulty and angularity of his compositions, and in part because he was quite clearly mentally ill – he did at least live to see his music given the appreciation it deserved, and his work has only grown in esteem since his death in 1982. Today, his pieces are among the most frequently performed and recorded of any jazz composer; as popularity among musicians goes, his music is on the same level as that of Duke Ellington and Miles Davis.