The Perfect Jazz Collection, 25 historic full length album recordings from the vaults of Columbia, Epic, RCA Victor and Bluebird labels. Remastered CD versions with extra tracks were available. Each album is packaged in a card wallet, in a nice facsimile vinyl format. If you want a history of Jazz, this is a bargain. Classic albums included are Miles Davis' Kind Of Blue, Dave Brubeck's Time Out, Billie Holiday's Lady In Satin, Nina Simone's Sings The Blues, Erroll Garner's Concert By The Sea, Charlie Parker's Bird and many more!
In “Two of a Kind”, Leora Eisen searches for answers, meeting researchers and identical twins from Montreal to Melbourne. Along the way, she discovers a radical new concept: the differences between identical twins, rather than the similarities, are now causing scientists to rethink genetics and the old nature vs. nurture debate.
Sigmund Freud - Austrian psychiatrist and founder of the psychoanalytic school in psychology, directions, spreading the theory that much of human behavior is controlled by unconscious motives, have hidden sexual connotations. He became interested in hypnosis and its application to assist the mentally ill. Later he abandoned hypnosis, preferring him to free association and analysis of dreams. These methods became the basis of psychoanalysis. Freud was also interested in what he called "hysteria, and now known as the conversion syndrome. Theories of Freud and used them to treatments caused controversy in Vienna in the XIX century and still remain the subject of heated debate. Freud's ideas are often discussed and analyzed in literary and philosophical works, in addition to the ongoing debate in the scientific and medical literature. He is often called the «father of psychoanalysis»
Two Of A Kind was a comparatively low-key affair by Chain's standards. Of the four cuts featuring Madison and Beauford from Muddy's band, only the title track (written by Madison) and Little Walter's "Blues With A Feeling" provide any real excitement, despite the typically robust backing that Chain supplies. And some observers at the time found "Elephant" tediously self-indulgent. The album sold in only moderate numbers and by the time of its release in December, Chain had undergone further personnel shifts, Little Goose being the first to leave. He went on to considerable success with the Kevin Borich Express and later formed his own eponymous outfit. His replacement, Tony Lunt, was formerly drummer for Carson and Alta Mira, and he brought his bandmate, the in-demand keyboardist Mal Logan with him.