We asked Echo Sound Works to go back in time and give his greener self THE ULTIMATE PEP TALK. The result, is a compilation of all the things experienced producers wish they had known when they were starting out – all you have to do is watch, listen and learn.
FIND YOUR PURPOSE & MAKE 2016 YOUR BEST YEAR Brendon Burchard is a #1 New York Times best-selling author, highly sought after success expert and performance trainer. After surviving a life-threatening car accident, he began to ask himself important life questions like “Did I live?, Did I love?, Did I matter?” and has dedicated his life to helping others find their purpose.
Last time we saw 3 Doors Down it was in 2011, when the post-alt quintet started to take stock of the onset of middle age on the monotone Time of My Life. Looking straight into the abyss caused the band to fracture, with the group losing founding member guitarist Matt Roberts and longtime bassist Todd Harrell, leaving vocalist Brad Arnold firmly at the helm. Arnold retained drummer Greg Upchurch, kicked Chris Henderson up to lead guitar, added new guitarist Chet Roberts and bassist Justin Biltonen, then hired renowned heavy rock producer Matt Wallace to make 2016's Us and the Night.
Raise your hand if you've ever heard another software developer say:" Having a blog is fine—but you can't make any money doing that…" Well, in just a minute I'm going to show you how you can earn at least $100 from your blog in the next 90 days, guaranteed 100%. More on that soon… First though I want to take on this idea that you can't make any money with a blog. This claim that you can't make more than "pizza money" from a blog gets thrown around a lot—it comes up just about every time I talk about how critical blogging is for your software development career.
Official 2016 remastered collection of Verve albums in replica card sleeves! Includes "Plays Count Basie", "A Jazz Portrait Of Frank Sinatra", "Jazz Soul Of Oscar Peterson", "Plays Porgy & Bess" & "West Side Story".
This release is of a different and more ambitious kind than other releases of the mid-2010s on the Lyrita revival label. Like the others, it is taken from BBC broadcasts, but in this case, the recording was made in a studio, not live, and the sound quality is much superior. The most unusual feature is the music by the almost-forgotten Granville Bantock, who was as responsible as anyone else for the ongoing popularity of Sibelius in Britain, and who, believe it or not, liked to dress up as the medieval Persian poet Omar Khayyam.
With their sizable membership and prominent horn section, the Suffers might look (and sometimes sound) like one of the many soul revival acts that have risen into public consciousness in the wake of the success of Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings, but a listen to the group's debut album makes it clear they're up to something a bit different. The Suffers documents a band whose music speaks to the past and the present at once; these ten musicians clearly have a soft spot for classic soul and R&B, but there's also a big portion of jazz, pop, classic rock, and reggae bubbling up in their music, and in some respects, this music harkens back to the era of adventurous rock bands with horn sections (like Blood, Sweat & Tears, 10 Wheel Drive, and Chicago in their prime) as much as mid-'60s soul.
Digitally remastered and expanded edition including six bonus tracks. Memphis during the 70s was a hot bed of musical talent. Sure, it's blues and R&B roots had always been proudly on display, but with the explosion of FM radio, bigger live venues, and the establishment of a renowned studio (Ardent), the city seemed to be providing it's home grown musicians with an opportunity to set the world on fire. None of these possibilities were lost on Target, a cabal of tough rockers keen to stamp their identity on the local scene and beyond. Riding a wave of creativity and seeking to maximize their already solid reputation as a band to watch, Target took…