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Paula Marantz Cohen - Silent Film and the Triumph of the American Myth [Repost]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by rotten comics at May 21, 2016
Paula Marantz Cohen - Silent Film and the Triumph of the American Myth [Repost]

Paula Marantz Cohen - Silent Film and the Triumph of the American Myth
2001 | ISBN: 0195140931, 019514094X | English | 234 pages | PDF | 16.4 MB
What Alice Knew: A Most Curious Tale of Henry James and Jack the Ripper by Paula Marantz Cohen

What Alice Knew: A Most Curious Tale of Henry James and Jack the Ripper by Paula Marantz Cohen
Sourcebooks Landmark | 2010 | ISBN: 1402243553 | 352 pages | EPUB | 3 MB

"A marvelously rich and intelligent read, atmospheric, witty, irreverent, and not least a sharply perceptive portrait of those three extraordinary Jameses." -John Banville, author of The Infinities
"Cohen's wit is sharp, smart, and satirical, and her characterizations are vividly on target." -San Francisco Chronicle
The Star Diaries: Further Reminiscences of Ijon Tichy by Stanislaw Lem (Author), David Marantz (Narrator)

The Star Diaries: Further Reminiscences of Ijon Tichy by Stanislaw Lem (Author), David Marantz (Narrator)
Audiobook | English | 2012 | ISBN: n/a | ASIN: B0092K49IS | mp3 | 56 Kbps | 11:50:20 | 288 MB

Art by Jerad Marantz  Graphics

Posted by ringman at Jan. 12, 2017
Art by Jerad Marantz

Art by Jerad Marantz
80 JPG | ~700x1636 | 13.3 Mb

Sorcery at Caesars: Sugar Ray's Marvelous Fight by Steve Marantz (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by thingska at April 30, 2015
Sorcery at Caesars: Sugar Ray's Marvelous Fight by Steve Marantz (Repost)

Sorcery at Caesars: Sugar Ray's Marvelous Fight by Steve Marantz
English | June 1, 2008 | ISBN: 1592993362 | 256 Pages | EPUB | 469 KB

Conceiva Mezzmo 3.3.0.0  Software

Posted by Dizel_ at Aug. 14, 2013
Conceiva Mezzmo 3.3.0.0

Conceiva Mezzmo 3.3.0.0 | 34.1 MB

Mezzmo is the most feature-packed DLNA media server available today. No other Windows-based DLNA media server provides as many digital media sharing features and is as easy-to-use as Mezzmo. Install Mezzmo onto your PC today and start streaming music, movies and photos to DLNA-enabled devices in your home. Mezzmo's DLNA media server allows you to stream all your music, movies and photos from your computer to your TV, home theater, games consoles and digital media appliances. Try Mezzmo today and take your home entertainment to the next level!
Elton John – The Elton John ‘Live’ Collection (1979) Pickwick Records/PDA 047 – 2 LP/UK Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

Elton John – The Elton John ‘Live’ Collection
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC + cue | 24bit/96kHz & 16bit/44kHz | 2gb & 500mb
Label: Pickwick Records/PDA 047 | Released: 1979 | Genre: Pop-Rock

The British label Pickwick/Hallmark, is characterized by making re-editions. This time I scored another point by purchasing this double LP’s live by Elton John many, many years ago, with two concerts recorded in the 70s decade (1970 – 1974). I say a success because the records are intact, just like their original versions and the best in a single double album! What more can I ask for?
Quarteto 1111 – Onde Quando Como... (1974) GUESS062 – SP 180g Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

Quarteto 1111 – Onde Quando Como Porquê Cantamos Pessoas Vivas
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC + cue | 24bit/96kHz & 16bit/44kHz | 900mb & 200mb
Label: Guerssen/GUESS062 | Released: 1974 | This Issue: 2009 | Genre: Progressive-Rock

Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music
As a “Tronmaniac” it was inevitable that one day I would stumble upon the album 10.000 Anos Depois Entre Vénus E Marte by singer and keyboard player José Cid, this is Mellotron Heaven on Earth! Then I discovered that José Cid once joined the Portuguese five piece band Quarteto 1111 and from that moment I was very determined to get an album. Thanks to a Portuguese PA friend (you know who you are) I got a copy and was finally able to listen to this highly acclaimed and most progressive Portuguese progrock effort.
The Early Music Consort – Renaissance Suite (1974) His Master’s Voice/HQS 1415 – 1st UK Pressing - LP In 24bit/96kHz

David Munrow & The Early Music Consort Of London – Renaissance Suite/Music From The Soundtrack Film “La Course En Tête”
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC + cue | 24bit/96kHz & 16bit/44kHz | 900b & 200mb
Label: His Master’s Voice ‎– HQS 1415 | Released: 1974 | Genre: Renaissance

This album is a real rarity, not for the style of music nor its interpreters, the strange thing is that this music was produced especially for a film and not a vintage film! It was used to accompany the notable Belgian cyclist Eddy Merckx (?). It was somewhat controversial the mixture of Renaissance music and the documentary about this cyclist in those times.
The Early Music Consort Of London – Henry VIII And His Six Wives (1972) Angel Records/SF0-36895 – 1rst US LP In 24bit/96kHz

David Munrow & The Early Music Consort Of London – Henry VIII And His Six Wives: Music From The Soundtrack Film
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC + cue | 24bit/96kHz & 16bit/44kHz | 950mb & 270mb
Label: Angel Records/SF0-36895 | Released: 1972 | Genre: Renaissance

You may remember a film from the early 1970s called Henry VIII & his Six Wives, starring Keith Mitchell, Donald Pleasance, and Charlotte Rampling; it was notable for its score, which not only featured authentic music of the period (nearly unheard-of at the time), but also was, according to David Munrow, “the first historical film in which the music has been scored entirely for historical instruments.” Munrow also added a few numbers of his own to satisfy the needs of the movie, patterned after 16th-century style and form. Although these days such attention to authenticity is common, even expected, Munrow was one of the pioneers in bringing musicological research and the more immediate practicalities of really old, original instruments and stylistic practice to the level of popular culture. Of course, also in these early days was planted the impression that period instruments must necessarily be somewhat clunky and (to varying degrees) not quite ideally in tune–and in some cases, just plain annoyingly squawky and prone to obnoxious buzzing noises. While this generally fine issue from Testament offers many reminders of those times, when musicians were still finding their way in unfamiliar territory (and often using very user-unfriendly instruments), this release will prove mostly a delight for early music fans–and will be a real treat for those who own the original LPs from which these tracks were drawn.