The second album of the just 20-year-old Marcus King and his band. A total of 13 songs by Marcus King and his fellow musicians, drummer and percussionist Jack Ryan, bassist Stephen Campbell, keyboardist and organist Matt Jennings, saxophonist Dean Mitchell, and trombonist Justin Johnson for 'The Marcus King Band'. Marcus plays the guitars, from acoustic and electric to pedal and lap steel guitar. Have a listen to his soulful singing. The result is an extraordinary blend of blues, rock, soul, country and Americana. Special guests: Derek Trucks and Warren Haynes, who is also the producer of the CD.
The world-famous Choir of King's College, Cambridge, directed by Stephen Cleobury, sing some of the most beautiful music ever written for Good Friday and Easter, including Miserere Mei (Allegri), Panis Angelicus (Franck), Crucifixus (Lotti), Light Out of Darkness (Elgar), and pieces by Bairstow, Durufle, Bruckner and Ouseley. Hymns include My Song Is Love Unknown, This Joyful Eastertide and Jesus Christ Is Risen Today. The story of Jesus's death and resurrection is told in the well-loved words of the King James Bible, with poetry by George Herbert and Kenneth Stevens, all in the stunning setting of King's College Chapel.
Everything's Eventual is a short story collection by Stephen King. Now, as much as I like his longer novellas, short stories is where the man really shines.
'King has inspired a whole generation to read…a fabulous teller of stories who can create an entire new world and make the reader live in it' (Express )
King's latest bid for literary respectability is read by acclaimed actress Winningham, best known for her Oscar-nominated performance in Georgia. Winningham glazes King's novel in multiple coats of Southern honey, her voice shimmering with an old-fashioned glow for the tale of Lisey Landon, wife of acclaimed novelist Scott Landon, and her effort to discover the source of her husband's inspiration after his death.