Terry revisits one of the best-selling subjects on the list, and gives us more of the grim truth about the nasty nineteenth century.
History with the nasty bits left in. Grizzly details of Tudor life from horrendous beheadings to mysterious murders and cruel kings and queens. History has never been so horrible!
History with the nasty bits left in. Awful information about phabulous Pharoahs, mean mummies, revolting recipes for 3000 year old sweets, and more. History has never been so horrible!
This is history with the nasty bits left in. What really happened to Dad's army? Want to know how to make a rude noise with a gas mask? This book provides spiffing slang, foul food facts about rotten rationing, and the terrible facts about London's bloodthirsty blackout murderer.
Giving you the brutal facts about how Britannia ruled the waves - from infamous antics in India to dreadful deeds down under. Read about savage slavers, rotten rebels and nasty natives, go for victory with Queen Victoria's quick eastern quiz, and meet the horrid heroes of the British Empire.
Features the latest remastering. Includes a Japanese description, lyrics, and bonus track(s). Features original cover artwork. One of the few female pianists in 50s jazz – the great Terry Pollard, a player who's usually associated with the Detroit scene, but who works here in a hip west coast setting for Bethlehem Records! The date's got Terry's strong piano in a quintet – with Don Fagerquist on trumpet and Howard Roberts on guitar – both musicians who bring a strong sense of presence to the group passages on the date, but who are also more than willing to step aside and let Pollard really flourish on her solos during some of the album's trio tracks.