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Sounds of the Metropolis: The 19th Century Popular Music Revolution in London, New York, Paris and Vienna (repost)

Sounds of the Metropolis: The 19th Century Popular Music Revolution in London, New York, Paris and Vienna by Derek B. Scott
English | July 31, 2008 | ISBN: 0195309464 | 320 Pages | PDF | 3 MB

The phrase "popular music revolution" may instantly bring to mind such twentieth-century musical movements as jazz and rock 'n' roll. In Sounds of the Metropolis, however, Derek Scott argues that the first popular music revolution actually occurred in the nineteenth century, illustrating how a distinct group of popular styles first began to assert their independence and values.
Sounds of the Metropolis: The 19th Century Popular Music Revolution in London, New York, Paris and Vienna

Sounds of the Metropolis: The 19th Century Popular Music Revolution in London, New York, Paris and Vienna By Derek B. Scott
Publisher: O=U=P 2008 | 320 Pages | ISBN: 0195309464 | PDF | 3 MB

Corinne Bailey Rae - Live In London & New York (2007)  

Posted by robi62 at April 8, 2014
Corinne Bailey Rae - Live In London & New York (2007)

Corinne Bailey Rae - Live In London & New York (2007)
Video: PAL, MPEG-2 at 7 343 Kbps, 720 x 576 (1.778) at 25.000 fps | Audio: AC-3 6ch. at 448 Kbps, PCM 2ch. at 1 536 Kbps
Genre: Soul, Rock | Label: Capitol | Copy: Untouched | Release Date: 3 April 2007 | Runtime: 82 min. | 5,83 GB (DVD9)
Subtitles: French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, German, Dutch, English

Neo-soul songstress Corinne Bailey Rae was born in Leeds, England, in 1979 to a British mother and West Indian father. Displaying an interest in music from an early age, Rae studied classical violin until she acquired an electric guitar in her early teens. Inspired by such '90s alt-rock icons as L7, Veruca Salt, and Belly, Rae formed her first band, the all-female indie rock outfit Helen.

Blossom Dearie - Live In London, Vol. 2 (1966)  Music

Posted by TmanHome at Oct. 23, 2016
Blossom Dearie - Live In London, Vol. 2 (1966)

Blossom Dearie - Live In London, Vol. 2 (1966)
Jazz, Vocal Jazz | MP3 320 kbps CBR | Scans | 78 min | 220 MB
Label: Harkit Records | Rel: 1966

The Harkit label continues its series of archival live recordings from the famed London jazz club Ronnie Scott's with a second sampling of Blossom Dearie, this time from a February 1966 date backed by the rhythm section of bassist Jeff Clyne and drummer Allan Ganley. By the mid-'60s Dearie was living in London and she played Ronnie Scott's regularly, often as a showcase for introducing new material that, in many cases, never appeared on her studio LPs. Even songs played for the first time retain the grace and sophistication that are her hallmarks, however, and her girlish vocals evoke the sheer joy of performance with an exuberance matched by few singers.

Reclaiming Unlived Life: Experiences in Psychoanalysis  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by interes at July 16, 2016
Reclaiming Unlived Life: Experiences in Psychoanalysis

Reclaiming Unlived Life: Experiences in Psychoanalysis (The New Library of Psychoanalysis) by Thomas Ogden
English | 2016 | ISBN: 1138956015, 113895599X | 206 pages | PDF | 3 MB
There's Something Happening Here: The New Left, the Klan, and FBI Counterintelligence (Repost)

There's Something Happening Here: The New Left, the Klan, and FBI Counterintelligence by David Cunningham
Publisher: University of California Press | 2004 | ISBN: 0520239970 | 382 pages | PDF | 7,7 MB

Using over twelve thousand previously classified documents made available through the Freedom of Information Act, David Cunningham uncovers the riveting inside story of the FBI's attempts to neutralize political targets on both the Right and the Left during the 1960s. Examining the FBI's infamous counterintelligence programs (COINTELPROs) against suspected communists, civil rights and black power advocates, Klan adherents, and antiwar activists, he questions whether such actions were aberrations or are evidence of the bureau's ongoing mission to restrict citizens' right to engage in legal forms of political dissent.
Mutiny at the Margins: New Perspectives on the Indian Uprising of 1857: Volume I: Anticipations and Experiences in the Locality

Crispin Bates, "Mutiny at the Margins: New Perspectives on the Indian Uprising of 1857: Volume I: Anticipations and Experiences in the Locality"
2013 | ISBN-10: 8132109708 | 284 pages | PDF | 8 MB

Van Morrison - Live In London (2008)  Music

Posted by Andi_Deris at June 19, 2015
Van Morrison - Live In London (2008)

Van Morrison - Live In London (2008)
DVD5 | Video: NTSC 720x480 (16:9) | Audio: Dolby AC3 2.0 | 3.5 Gbs | Time: 59 mins
BBC | BB 3509
Rock, Blues, Folk, Country

A live performance from Van Morrison, recorded at LSO St. Luke's, London February 10, 2008. Features English musical legend Georgie Fame. The set list includes tracks from his new album as well as old favourites, including Magic Time, One Irish Rover and That's Entrainment.
Dio - Live In London: Hammersmith Apollo 1993 (2014) [Blu-Ray to FLAC 24-96]

Dio - Live In London: Hammersmith Apollo 1993 (2014)
FLAC(tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time - 91:07 minutes | 1,91 GB
Blu-Ray Audio Rip | Sourced Track - LPCM 2.0 Stereo | No Art

Recorded at London's Hammersmith Apollo on 12th December 1993 this previously unreleased concert film captures the then newly reformed Dio on the last night of their European tour in support of the Strange Highways album. With a line-up of Ronnie James Dio (vocals), VinnyAppice (drums), Jeff Pilson (bass) and Tracy G (guitar) the band delivered a blistering performance on tracks from their new album, previous Dio classics and favorites from Ronnie's career with Black Sabbath and Rainbow. So take a ride on Strange Highways and be blown away by one of the greatest rock bands of all time.
Academic Life and Labour in the New University: Hope and Other Choices

Academic Life and Labour in the New University: Hope and Other Choices by Ruth Barcan
English | 2014 | ISBN: 1409436217 | 249 pages | EPUB | 3,2 MB

What does it mean to be an academic today? What kinds of experiences do students have, and how are they affected by what they learn? Why do so many students and their teachers feel like frauds? Can we learn to teach and research in ways that foster hope and deflate pretension?