R&B vocal quartet, inspired by Motown and Philly, whose aching, tremulous harmonies lifted some of the biggest pop hits of the 1990s. According to no less an authority than the RIAA, Boyz II Men are the most commercially successful R&B group of all time. They sold ludicrous numbers of records and were involved in three of the longest-running number one pop singles in history, and they did it as a unit of equals. In fact, their four-part harmonies blended so smoothly that most of the general public would be hard-pressed to name any of the group's individual members. And that's no reflection on their skill as singers; Boyz II Men were among the first male R&B artists to adopt the sort of hyper-technical…
The story of Earth is an epic filled with crises, catastrophes, and remarkable, repeated change. Earth traces its origin to simple atoms that were created in the big bang, transformed into heavy elements in stellar explosions, and then forged into a planet inside the nebula that gave birth to the solar system. Like many other planets, Earth went through phases of melting, volcanism, and bombardment by asteroids. But only on Earth did events lead to a flourishing biosphere—life. And once life was established, it drove the evolution of our planet in startling new directions.
Kaipa is back with their 10th studio album 'in the wake of evolution'. The new album is an emotional and powerful blast straight into the future powered by fragile fragments from memory lane combining progressive rock epics with folk influences and melodic songwriting. Kaipa has a career spanning over 3 decades was originally formed in 1973 and their debut album was released in 1975. The first version of kaipa (1973-1982) recorded five albums and became the leading scandinavian progressive rock band. 20 years later the band reformed and invited original kaipa guitar player roine stolt (the flower kings, transatlantic). for fans of dream theater, transatlantic, rush.
rofessor Richard Fortey investigates why islands are natural laboratories of evolution and meets some of the unique and remarkable species that live on them. Examining some of the crucial influences on natural selection that are normally overlooked - like geology, geography, isolation and time - the series reveals that there is much more to evolution than 'survival of the fittest'.