One can imagine how a composer like Wim Mertens could appear on the Windham Hill label and – to some people's surprise – in the late '80s he appeared twice. Whisper Me is a compilation of tracks from his other Crepuscle releases, a mini-overview of his style, and a way of hearing some tracks from the then-impossible-to-find Maximizing the Audience. Mertens has more depth to him than other pianists on the label, and a darkness creeps in at the edges of these works.
One man's story of Romania in WWI, Dimitri Dimancescu went to war in Aug 1916, followed later by his brother, Ion. The film covers his dramatic experiences on the Romanian Front and encounters with British Col. Norton Griffiths sent to sabotage Romanian oil wells and fierce battles against Lt. Erwin Rommel on Hill 789 during the Oituz battle in August of 1917.
Madness never disappeared but they faded away, spending years playing summer festivals and other oldies venues befitting an act specializing in nostalgia, an impression that their 2005 covers album did nothing to assuage. All this makes this 2009 release–the band's first album of original material in ten years–to feel fully realized, even surprising.
CD-ROM (only) with 500 exam-simulating Q&As. It adds up to the most comprehensive, confidence-boosting package for acing the exam!