Your Hit Parade – was a 41-volume series issued by Time-Life during the late 1980s and early 1990s, spotlighting popular music from the pre-rock era years of 1940-1954, and non-rock and roll songs from 1955 through mid-1960s.
Much like Time-Life's other series chronicling popular music, volumes in the "Your Hit Parade" series covered a specific time period, including single years in some volumes and stylistic trends in others.
VA - A Time To Remember 1940-1949: 10 CDs each one including an exclusive 20-track music compilation of original hit recordings by the original artists.
In this 2-hour video from bluegrass guitar veteran Timm Stafford you will learn the fundamental skills that will make you a better guitar player no matter what your current ability level. Tuning, Timing, Tone, Technique, and Taste are all essential skills that guitar players from beginners to professionals need to address on a regular basis. Tim's masterful presentation of these concepts and the practical, time tested methods he teaches you on this video will not only help you understand, improve and maintain these skills, but will advance your overall guitar skills considerably.
The 2nd part of Bear Family's Complete Frankie Laine career retrospective follows the great singer and his producer, Mitch Miller, to Columbia Records, where they went together after their successful stint at Mercury (chronicled in Bear Family's first boxed set). This one presents Frankie's complete recordings from 1951-1955, some 160 songs (on 6 CDs) that include all those great duets with Jimmy Boyd, Doris Day, the Four Lads and, of course, Jo Stafford. A hardcover book includes an extensive discography and interviews with Jo Stafford, Frankie's long-time accompanist, Al Lerner, and Frankie himself. Deluxe box (LP size, over 1 inch thick). 2002.
Adventurer and survivalist Ed Stafford is back, pushing his survival skills to the limit and pittng himself once again against Mother Nature. In this brand new season, Ed will tackle three new challenges in which he is left high and dry in some of the most inhospitable and extreme environments - equipped with nothing but an emergency phone, medical kit and his camera to record his adventures.From the arid and rocky Gobi Desert in Mongolia to the tropical jungles of Guatemala and the Namibian bushveld, each location presents a unique and deadly test as Ed strives to not just survive, but thrive in some of the world’s toughest environments.