Alan Webb

Doug Webb - Bright Side (2016)  Music

Posted by Designol at Feb. 26, 2017
Doug Webb - Bright Side (2016)

Doug Webb - Bright Side (2016)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 424 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included | Time: 01:02:44
Contemporary Jazz, Post-Bop, Saxophone Jazz | Label: Posi-Tone | # PR8155

The sky is the limit when tenor saxophone virtuoso Doug Webb turns his attention toward the "Bright Side" on his seventh release for Posi-Tone. Everything swings steadily as Webb plays with remarkable technical precision and a manifest knowledge of his materials. His tone is robust and extraordinarily well-centered, his articulation sharp, and his command of the tenor saxophone complete. Nevertheless, he is more than a mere technician, for his artistry is also considerable and this album is a crowning achievement for an artist who is as substantial a musician as jazz has ever produced. Along with the able assistance of an all-star group of label mates – who are of course all leaders in their own right – including organist Brian Charette, guitarist Ed Cherry, drummer Steve Fidyk, and special guest trumpet sensation Joe Magnarelli, Webb has fashioned a shining diadem of melodic jewels across a wide spectrum of styles and sounds! Critical listeners and casual fanatics everywhere will shine with intense delight as Webb soars onward and upward to new heights with "Bright Side".
Bernard Shaw and Beatrice Webb on Poverty and Equality in the Modern World, 1905-1914

Bernard Shaw and Beatrice Webb on Poverty and Equality in the Modern World, 1905-1914 (Bernard Shaw and His Contemporaries) by Peter Gahan
English | 4 Apr. 2017 | ISBN: 3319484419 | 219 Pages | PDF | 2.03 MB

This book investigates how, alongside Beatrice Webb’s ground-breaking pre-World War One anti-poverty campaigns, George Bernard Shaw helped launch the public debate about the relationship between equality, redistribution and democracy in a developed economy.

Alan Mistero - Volume 16  Comics

Posted by Mendose at Feb. 24, 2017
Alan Mistero - Volume 16

Alan Mistero - Volume 16
Italian | CBR | 21 pages | 19.1 MB

The Doug Webb Quartet - Sets the Standard (2016)  Music

Posted by mark70 at Feb. 29, 2016
The Doug Webb Quartet - Sets the Standard (2016)

The Doug Webb Quartet - Sets the Standard (2016)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 64:29 min | 148 MB
Genre: Jazz | Label: VSOP Records

On May 26, 2014 Doug Webb brought together Alan Broadbent, Putter Smith and Paul Kreibich to record this set at Nolan Shaheed's studio in Pasadena, CA. This was a rare opportunity to record Alan Broadbent playing a set of all improvised music on the West Coast in a small group . The music chosen had to be standards that all the participants knew well. It was also understood that Alan's wonderful approach to ballads had to be a focal point. Doug also wanted to get a chance to play more lyrically than on previous recordings. The result is this engrossing set of standards that effectively sets the standard of good taste and musicality for any quartet session.

Managerial Accounting (10th Canadian Edition)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Grev27 at Sept. 13, 2015
Managerial Accounting (10th Canadian Edition)

Ray Garrison, G. Richard Chesley, Ray Carroll, Alan Webb, Theresa Libby, "Managerial Accounting (10th Canadian Edition)"
English | ISBN: 1259024903 | 2015 | PDF | 679 pages | 50 MB
Soo Joo Park & Kouka Webb by Boo George for W Magazine March 2015

Soo Joo Park & Kouka Webb - Boo George Photoshoot
8 jpg | up to 2065*2500 | 27.44 Mb
Various models

Using Earned Value: A Project Manager's Guide  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by AlenMiler at Oct. 16, 2014
Using Earned Value: A Project Manager's Guide

Using Earned Value: A Project Manager's Guide by Alan Webb
Gower Pub Co | October 2003 | English | ISBN: 056608533X | 100 pages | PDF | 5 MB

The concept of "earned value" as a project management tool has been around since the 1960s; although recognized as an important technique and widely used on US Government contracts, it failed to excite much interest in the wider world because of its specifically American requirements and the cumbersome, prescriptive bureaucracy that seemed to accompany it.

The Taming of the Shrew (1967)  Video

Posted by edi1967 at Aug. 10, 2014
The Taming of the Shrew (1967)

The Taming of the Shrew (1967)
La Bisbetica Domata - La Mégère apprivoisée - Der Widerspenstigen Zähmung - La mujer indomable
A Film by Franco Zeffirelli
DVD9 | VIDEO_TS | PAL | 2,35:1 | 16:9 | 720x576 | 01:56:48 | 5% Recovery | 6.14 GB
Languages Available: English, Spanish, Italian, German, French 2.0 AC3
Subtitle: Italian, English, Spanish, French, German, Dutch, Arabic, Turkish, Czech, Portuguese
Danish, Finnish, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Icelandic, Norwegian, Polish, Swedish, Bulgarian
Extra: Menù, Scene Selection, Talent Profiles, Behind the Scenes, Theatrical Trailer
Genre: Comedy, Romance, Drama | Nominated for 2 Oscars. Another 7 wins & 5 nominations

Baptista, a rich Paduan merchant, announces that his fair young daughter, Bianca, will remain unwed until her older sister, Katharina, a hellish shrew, has wed. Lucentio, a student and the son of a wealthy Pisan merchant, has fallen in love with Bianca. He poses as a tutor of music and poetry to gain entrance to the Baptista household…
Katherine Webb - Bikini pics on the set of Celebrity Divin in LA February 18, 2013

Katherine Webb - Bikini pics on the set of Celebrity Divin in LA February 18, 2013
46 JPG | up to 2400x3600 | 30,4 mb
American model, beauty queen, and television personality

Handel - Floridante (Alan Curtis) [2007]  Music

Posted by Vilboa at Feb. 26, 2017
Handel - Floridante (Alan Curtis) [2007]

Handel - Floridante (Alan Curtis) [2007]
Classical | Archiv Produktion 289 477 6566 | TT: 58.28+50.21+54.53 | EAC (FLAC, cue, log) | Covers | 763 Mb

Handel wrote Floridante in 1722 for a London audience infatuated with Italian opera. The plot, like that of so many Baroque operas, was taken from ancient history and concerns romantic liaisons thrown into turmoil by political rivalries, in this case between Persia and Tyre. Handel wrote over 50 Italian operas, and it's remarkable that he was consistently able to summon such a high level of inventiveness and inspiration when faced repeatedly with librettos that must have come to look depressingly alike in the conventions of their labyrinthine plots. Handel, however, had strong enough musical and dramatic convictions that he refused to make alterations to the score of Floridante that would have changed the opera's character, after London's Royal Academy of Music informed him that changes in the performing personnel would require him to rewrite the vocal parts. Handel eventually made some adjustments, but stood firm about others – a bold position, considering the relatively low status of composers in the world of opera at the time. After the premiere with a less-than-ideal cast, Handel restored the score to his original intentions and it's that version that's heard on this recording.