Even in the increasingly crowded field of electronic music, Kelly Lee Owens’ debut album arrives as a wonderful surprise. An album that bridges the gaps between cavernous techno, spectral pop, and krautrock’s mechanical pulse, 'Kelly Lee Owens' brims with exploratory wonder, establishing a personal aesthetic that is as beguiling as it is thrillingly familiar.
Two years after the first installment comes Buck 'Em!: The Music of Buck Owens, Vol. 2, a double-disc set chronicling the eight years when Buck Owens was a crossover superstar thanks to his prominent role as a co-host of Hee Haw. Buck started to slide into a rut toward the end of this run – a process accelerated by the tragic death of his right-hand man Don Rich in 1974, a loss from which Owens never fully recovered – but producer Patrick Milligan slyly disguises this trend by nestling deep cuts, live tracks, and outtakes among the best of his hits, thereby painting a portrait of Buck Owens as a musician nearly as adventurous as he was during the purple patch of the '50s and early '60s.
Omnivore's 2013 double-disc set Buck Em! The Music of Buck Owens (1955-1967) provides an interesting spin on Buck Owens: through a collection of mono singles, live tracks, alternate takes, early 45s, and other rarities, it tells an alternate history of Buck's prime years. If there's a hit on this 50-track collection, it's almost always in a version that's slightly different than what usually shows up on a standard greatest-hits. "Second Fiddle," "Love's Gonna Live Here," "I Don't Care (Just as Long as You Love Me)," "I've Got a Tiger by the Tail," and "Before You Go" are all in mono, there's an early version of "Ain't It Amazing Gracie," and "Act Naturally" is live, so they're familiar enough to not feel jarring and they do provide the core of a collection that winds up wandering into some pretty interesting territory.
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Strong Yogi, is a quick and strong flow that begins with unique sun salutatons featuring fun strength challenges strategically placed in between flows to quickly build heat, flexibility and strength in a short amount of time. Great for when you need a fast and efficient total body flow. Live music by: James Stapleton Cotton, Debasish Chaudhuri, Masood Ali Khan, and Brent Kuecker.
A Vinyasa based practice that incorporates deep hip stretches, arm balances and twists. This practice works towards variations of Pincha Mayurasana, including the hollow back variation that shifts the gaze from in between the hands. Not suitable for those new to Yoga, but great for those looking for a little added challenge.
Ali gently guides through this practice, which includes twisting throughout. She will lead you into handstand while reminding you to practice patience, playfulness, and equanimity.
Get ready to flow! In this quick, 40-minute sequence, Ali will demonstrate how to warm up the body for Pincha Mayurasana Scorpion pose. That’s balancing on your forearms while kissing your toes. This is great for advanced practitioners looking to open up the chest while building strength in the core and upper body. Ali will walk you through step by step as she demonstrates one of her favorite poses in her own personal practice.