Jack Russell's Great White represents the next phase of a legacy. Rather than look backwards and merely attempt to relive the multi-platinum hard rock entity s storied origins in Great White, Jack Russell set his sights on the future. Now, with old Great White bandmate, Tony Montana in tow, this group has a sharp, soaring and slick new album ready, boasting the bluesy hard rock stomp that made Russell a star in the first place.
When Steely Dan released Two Against Nature in 2000, their first album in 20 years, it was an unexpected gift, since all odds seemed against Donald Fagen and Walter Becker reteaming for nothing more than the occasional project, let alone a full album. As it turned out, the duo was able to pick up where they left off, with Two Against Nature seamlessly fitting next to Gaucho and earning the band surprise success, including a Grammy for Album of the Year, but the bigger surprise is that the reunion wasn't a one-off – they released another record, Everything Must Go, a mere three years later. Given the (relatively) short turnaround time between the two records, it comes as little surprise that Everything Must Go is a companion piece to Two Against Nature, and sounds very much like that album's laid-back, catchy jazz-funk, only with an elastic, loose feel – loose enough to have Walter Becker take the first lead vocal in Steely Dan history, in fact, which sums up the Dan's attitude in a nutshell.
Oliver Velez is a best selling author, trader, advisor, and entrepreneur, internationally known for founding and growing Pristine Capital Holdings, Inc. out of his New York City basement apartment into one of the country's premier educational institutions for investors. After 12 years as Chairman and CEO of Pristine, Mr. Velez decided to turn his full attention to the professional trading arena, and today runs Velez Capital Management, one of the country's fastest growing private equity trading firms. His runaway best selling books include Strategies for Profiting on Every Trade and Tools and Tactics of the Master Day Trader and are considered must-read classics for anyone interested in trading the markets for a living.
These are the replays of the live pitch events held on August 22 & 25, 2015 for Dan Kennedy's Source Code. Why do I care about these files? Because when Dan starts talking, a lot of very interesting stuff comes out, and not necessarily related to the product being pitched. The other file is called Ask The Experts with Russell Brunson, Rich Schefren, Bill Walsh. and Dr. Dustin Burleson and there is a lot of good information there also. Remember, a good part of Source Code is mindset. The only thing stopping you is what is between your ears. Master that, and you will be unstoppable!
This must be the most underrated album ever made – by ANYONE – let alone Leon. Vocals, great! guitars, great! drums/percussion great! lyrics, right there!!…………..all enveloped in a rich dark chocolate bass that oozes thru the album complete…