Epub Format Only. Collection of 358 books for children and parents, from preschool to 12th grade.
NEVERMIND is made up of four young musicians and friends whose passion for early music and for the influence of jazz and traditional music stimulated them to form an ensemble whose virtuosity is equalled only by their youthful impetuosity and their love of fine music . . . For its first disc, Nevermind tackles the treasures of the Baroque in the shape of two totally neglected French composers.
While Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison, the 1968 album that made Cash a household word, spent only two weeks at No. 1, this 1969 follow-up topped the charts for 20 weeks. As with Folsom, the San Quentin LP had to be edited due to space limitations. Now, 31 years after the fact, the show can at last be heard in true perspective. All the original performances hold up, including the album's hit single: Shel Silverstein's "A Boy Named Sue," presented unbleeped for the first time. Equally impressive are the eight restored tracks and unexpurgated between-song patter. Cash's opening renditions of "Big River" and "I Still Miss Someone" are bracing. So are four closing songs teaming Cash with his complete performing troupe (the Carter Family, Carl Perkins, and the Statler Brothers). Their gospel performances ("He Turned the Water into Wine," "The Old Account," and an early version of "Daddy Sang Bass") are electrifying, as is a concluding medley featuring everyone. Cash is presented here at his roaring, primal best.
20 Years of Filmmaking - Take a look at Tarantino's career from the beginning, with interviews from co-workers, critics, stars and master filmmakers alike as well as a tribute to his greatest collaborator, Sally Menke.
Tous les parents seraient fiers d'avoir une petite fille comme Matilda : mignonne, gentille et surtout dotée de facultés intellectuelles ahurissantes. Imaginez qu'à cinq ans elle a déjà lu tout Dickens, tout Hemingway et attaque Steinbeck ! Hélas pour Matilda, non seulement elle a pour géniteurs les pires crétins méchants que la terre ait portés, mais en plus Mlle Legourdin, la directrice de son école, est un monstre sadique qui hait les enfants. Heureusement pour elle, il y a Mlle Candy, l'institutrice, si douce, si gentille, si jolie…