Gurnemanz from the Rhineland area were founded on 5/5/1972. Their music was a kind of medieval folk with lute, flute, sitar, and similar instruments. In 1975 they released their LP “Spielmannskinder” and in 1977 “No Rays of Noise”. Before the band already had released three reel-to-reel tapes: “Fair Margaret and sweet William” (1972), “Liaze” (1973), and “Sisu” (1974) each of them lasting 45 min. Good for us, John Cremer who was responsible for the recordings had kept the master tapes. In his Railroad-Tracks-Studio he got all the sound possible out of them. On the now available CD you can find as a bonus three pieces from one of the very first Gurnemanz’ gigs.
Recorded in 2005 and orderable only in advance from the Chumbawamba website, to be delivered upon the death of Margaret Thatcher. Thatcher died on Monday, 8th April 2013 and the CDs were mailed out the same day. Chumbawamba fans have received the Margaret Thatcher EP In Memoriam four years after pre-ordering the record. Fans first put in their orders after the alternative band from Burnley, best known for their 1997 hit “Tubthumping”, announced online in April 2009 that the memorial disk was “already recorded, pressed and ready to go”. Out of press and sale!
Chandos has been attentive in promoting the orchestral works of Alexandre Tansman, who due to the vagaries of fashion has to a great extent been ignored. We now embark on the piano music and a deeply personal project for soloist Margaret Fingerhut. ‘My curiosity about the piano music of Tansman began over 20 years ago when I encountered the delightfully languid Berceuse he wrote for the album of Hommages to Roussel, and which I recorded for Chandos. The fact that he was born in Lodz, Poland, where my great-grandparents also came from, spurred me on to find out more about him, and since then I have been assiduously collecting his piano works - quite a task as it turns out that in the course of his long composing career Tansman was nothing if not prolific!’
Leading historians, biographers and personal friends reveal the complexities of Margaret Mitchell, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author behind Gone With the Wind. Born in Atlanta in 1900, Margaret Mitchell was a force to be reckoned with–a debutante who challenged society with a brazen dance; a reporter who roamed town when tradition called for women to stay at home; and a philanthropist who risked her life in the name of generosity. She took chances every day of her life; and though she wrote only one book, published in 1936, Gone with the Wind went on to become the most popular novel ever written. MARGARET MITCHELL: AMERICAN REBEL tells the compelling story of the author's life in commemoration of her book's 75th anniversary in 2011. Through dramatic reenactments and interviews with top Mitchell scholars, Margaret Mitchell emerges as a complex and fascinating woman who had much in common with her iconic creation, Scarlett O'Hara.
- to debiutancki minialbum polskiej piosenkarki Margaret, wydany 30 lipca 2013 w formacie CD przez wytwórnię Universal Music Polska oraz w formacie digital download przez wytwórnię Magic Records. Album składa się z sześciu anglojęzycznych kompozycji. Płytę promują dwa single: „Thank You Very Much” (wydany 21 lutego 2013) oraz „Tell Me How Are Ya” (wydany 9 lipca 2013).
is the debut studio album by Polish singer Margaret. It was released on August 26, 2014. While creating the album, Margaret worked with, among others, Swedish producers Joakim Buddee and Martin Eriksson and English producer Ant Whiting, who worked previously with the likes of Pixie Lott, M.I.A. and John Newman. The album consists of 14 English-spoken tracks, it includes comprehensive material from the All I Need EP, the single "Wasted" and 7 premiere compositions. The publisher promoted the single "Wasted" and "Start a Fire" - the official song of the 2014 Men's World Volleyball Championship. Add the Blonde has reached number 8 at the Polish Albums Chart.