(2004 ´Aliensnatch´) (34:26/16) Italiens Punkrocker aus Venedig machen mehr Alarm als die White Stripes und Black Keys zusammen. Schräge Mischung aus Hillbilly-Folk, altmodischer Americana und Ideen aus dem Delta Blues, angereichert mit Erinnerungen an die britische Invasion der 1960er Things
The British Flower Garden (Series the Second), Vol. 3:Containing Coloured Figures and Descriptions, of the Most Ornamental and Curious Hardy Flowering Plants, or Those That Are Somewhat Tender, but May Still Be Cultivated in a Warm Border, Needing Only a Robert Sweet
Media Type : Book/CD SetLevel : Beginning-IntermediateMusical Genre : Celtic/IrishNumber of pages : 72A unique collection of traditional Northumbrian music arranged for fingerstyle guitar. Selections include Salmon Tails Up the Water; Johnny Armstrong; Jimmy Allen; Felton Lonnen; Sir John Fenwick; Bonny Gallowgate Lad; Buy Broom Besoms; Elsie Marley; Sweet Hesleyside; Chevy Chase; Lea Riggs; Noble Squire Dacre; Dolia; Are You My Hinny Burd; and more. Each piece is written in standard notation and tablature and includes brief technical and performance notes.
In 1911, in the Scottish Border village of Sprouston, the young parish minister wrote to the Daily Mail for entry forms for its sweet pea competition. The top prize was a staggering £1000 and organisers predicted that as many as 15,000 would enter. He could not foretell that the paper´s estimate of the number of competitors would be more than doubled, or that a fortnight before the deadline a nation-wide drought would threaten the very existence of the sweet peas he was so painstakingly cultivating. This touching - and beautifully illustrated - tale is based on a true story. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Judi Dench. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/cnon/000041/bk_cnon_000041_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Titel: Broken Songs - Jack l (Jack Lukeman)Format: Audio CDTracks: Disc 1:1. Authentic Fake 2. I´ve Been Raining 3. Sweet Lowdown 4. Open Your Borders 5. Wicked Way 6. Broken Songs 7. You Can´t Get Bitter 8. Chocolate Eyes 9. Lost In Limbo 10. Ap
Electric Light Orchestra-Out Of The BlueDisc 11 Turn to Stone2 Its Over3 Sweet Talkin Woman4 Across the Border5 Night in the City6 Starlight7 Jungle8 Believe Me Now9 Steppin OutDisc 21 Standin in the Rain2 Big Wheels3 Summer and Lightning4 Mr. Blue Sky5 S
As long as she´s know Claire, Jenna has been under her spell. That spell is a spell of complete obedience and control, and when Claire proposes a unique birthday gift, Jenna is taken aback. Her reaction isn´t lost on Claire, and Jenna has to be punished. Why does the pain feel so sweet? This erotic short contains explicit and consensual acts between adults that border on violence. It is intended for mature listeners who will not take offense at sexually explicit, challenging material. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jennifer Saucedo. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/017306/bk_acx0_017306_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
As long as she´s known Claire, Jenna has been under her spell. That spell is a spell of complete obedience and control, and when Claire proposes a unique birthday gift, Jenna is taken aback. Her reaction isn´t lost on Claire, and Jenna has to be punished. Why does the pain feel so sweet? This erotic audiobook short contains explicit and consensual acts between adults that border on violence. It is intended for mature readers who will not take offense at sexually explicit, challenging material. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Amber Grayson Vayle. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/005477/bk_acx0_005477_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
First editor Rogers Terrill described his approach this way: ´´Over a year ago we started a new magazine with a new idea. We started a romance magazine in which the hero and heroine fight side by side, live an adventurous life together, experience hope and despair, defeat and success, and finally love together. We brought out a magazine that was true to life; that was about characters who really could have lived and done those things that the author writes about.´´ In other words, Rangeland Romances wasn´t just another Cinderella love pulp. The formula - which succeeding editors tinkered with from time to time - worked like a charm. Rangeland Romances ran for a generation. For our first Rangeland Romances audiobook, we´ve chosen to record the August 1948 issue in its entirety. All seven stories. It´s a hoot. Described as a novel of ´´Border Romance´´, Marian O´Hearn´s ´´Fiesta Kisses are Sweetest´´ leads off the collection. It´s followed by a brace of fun frontier novelettes, Art Lawson´s ´´Cupid Rules the Roost´´ and Isabel Stewart Way´s ´´No Sirens Wanted´´. Four sizzling short stories follow. ´´Salty but Susceptible´´, ´´Petticoat-Corralin´ Hombre´´, ´´I´m Claiming That Guy!´´, and ´´Gambling Gal´´. These are sweet yet salty stories of determined cowgirls navigating the complicated courtship rituals of ranches ranging from the Dakotas to the Southwest. Pistol-packin´ Doris Day in Annie Get Your Gun! gives you a good idea of the flavor of the festivities. Read by Roy Worley. 1. Language: English. Narrator: E. Roy Worley. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/005307/bk_acx0_005307_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
They call themselves ´´Niitsitapi´´ (´´Original People´´), but in the United States, they are known as the Blackfeet. In Canada, they are known by their more particular band names, one of which is Blackfoot, but regardless of the name, they are a tribe of Native American peoples (´´First Nations´´ in Canada) who, until the modern time period, lived in small, decentralized bands and hunted the bison on the northern Great Plains. Stories vary, but the name ´´Blackfeet´´ or ´´Blackfoot,´´ applied to them by others, may have come originally from their practice of dying their moccasin soles black. That said, their use of an Algonquian language group may indicate that they were relatively recent newcomers to the region from somewhere in the Northeast. The territory of the Blackfeet, at its greatest extent, encompassed a vast area from the eastern Rocky Mountains of Alberta and Montana and extending several hundred miles out onto the Great Plains, around the upper reaches of the Saskatchewan River and its tributaries in Alberta and the upper reaches of the Missouri River and its tributaries in Montana. The area of the land most sacred to the Blackfeet is the Sweet Grass Hills, which are located just south of the Canadian border in the central part of Montana. These are a group of buttes forested with balsam firs rising several thousand feet above the surrounding plains and which can be seen for a considerable distance. This was also Napi´s favorite resting place in the mythology of the Blackfeet. Young Blackfeet went up into the Hills on their vision quests and, as their predecessors had done for several thousands of years, left inscriptions and petroglyphs on the surface of the tall sandstone cliffs. Many of the stories told by the Blackfeet take place there. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jack Chekijian. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/035770/bk_acx0_035770_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.