Traffic BlackBook 2 – Business Class is the most respected training program for paid traffic generation online. Why pay for traffic? Because it’s instant, it’s targeted and it’s almost infinitely scalable. Whether you run an ecommerce store, you’re an info-marketer or a service provider – Traffic BlackBook 2.0 will show you how to ramp up your leads, sales and profits by generating massive traffic.
Discussions of the "quiet is the new loud" aesthetic of bands like Belle & Sebastian and Kings of Convenience typically cite primal influences like Nick Drake, Donovan, and the Velvet Underground, but rarely if ever mentioned is a duo that predated them all – listening to Chad & Jeremy many decades on, it now seems almost as if they pioneered an entire genre, their string-sweetened, pastoral, and hopelessly twee acoustic pop anticipating so much of the sound in vogue at the turn of the century to follow.
When drummer Chad Wackerman recorded The View for Germany's CMP label in 1993, real fusion wasn't as plentiful as it had been in the 1970s. Many A&R people seemed to want either formulaic smooth jazz/NAC artists or hard bop-oriented "Young Lions" in Armani suites – if they weren't looking for the next Kenny G, they were looking for the next Wynton Marsalis. Nonetheless, worthwhile fusion was still being recorded – it just wasn't as plentiful as it once was. The phrase "worthwhile fusion" easily describes The View, which falls short of remarkable but is a decent, respectable effort that features such noteworthy soloists as Allan Holdsworth (one of fusion's most respected guitar heroes), Jim Cox (keyboards, organ, piano), and Walt Fowler (flugelhorn, trumpet).
When drummer Tony Williams died of a heart attack on February 23, 1997, at the relatively young age of 51, it was a tremendous loss for straight-ahead post-bop and hard bop as well as for fusion. Williams had numerous acoustic jazz credentials (including his contributions to Miles Davis' legendary mid-‘60s quintet), and his band Lifetime was one of the most important fusion outfits of the ‘70s. The late drummer's fusion side is what electric guitarist Allan Holdsworth, electric bassist Jimmy Haslip (of Yellowjackets fame), keyboardist Alan Pasqua, and drummer Chad Wackerman pay tribute to on Blues for Tony, an excellent two-CD set that was recorded live in 2007…
Adobe Acrobat XI, the latest version of Adobe’s PDF editing application, includes powerful new features like enhanced text- and image-editing capabilities, support for web forms and electronic signatures, and improved compatibility with Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. In this workshop, Adobe Certified Instructor Chad Chelius shows you how to make the most of Acrobat XI. After walking you through the settings used to generate PDF files, Chad teaches you how to navigate a PDF, add key navigation features such as bookmarks and links, and create PDF files in a variety of ways. You’ll also learn how to share your PDF files, create a PDF form using the new FormsCentral application, and collaborate with other users.
Chad Smith – Eastern Rim is a jam-packed 2-DVD set that includes performance footage, insightful drum clinic material, touring diaries, and interviews with the Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer himself.
Although this 18-song best-of duplicates much of what was on the best previous Chad & Jeremy CD compilation (One Way's The Best of Chad & Jeremy), this release is definitely the superior option. Its most crucial edge is the inclusion of four songs from 1965-1966 Columbia singles, as the One Way disc was limited to the material they released on World Artists. In addition, the Varese Sarabande anthology has comprehensive liner notes…
The Chad Mitchell Trio were a North American vocal group who gained notoriety during the 1960s. They performed folk songs, some of which were traditionally passed down and some of their own compositions. They became popular in some quarters, and were particularly notable for performing satirical songs that criticized current events during the turmoil in the United States following the cold war and a time of unrest brought about the civil rights movements and the Vietnam War, unlike the typical 'folk music' and singer-songwriter musicians of their time.