Parnell 1937

Parnell (1937)  Video

Posted by fekmax at March 17, 2015
Parnell (1937)

Parnell (1937)
English or Spanish (2 audio tracks) | DVDRip | AVI | XviD, 1743 Kbps | 640x464 | 25.000 fps | 1.76 GB
Audio: AC-3, 192 Kbps | 2 channels | 48.0 KHz | Runtime: 01:57:30 minutes | Subtitles: Spanish (srt)
Genre: Biography, Drama, Romance

The life of Irish politician Charles Stewart Parnell, following from 1880 onward his struggle to free his country from English rule, pursued in prison, Parliament, and elsewhere. Emphasis is on the relationship with married Katie O'Shea which threatens to bring all Parnell's plans to ruin. Moderately accurate historically.

Parnell (1937)  Video

Posted by Notsaint at Dec. 31, 2014
Parnell (1937)

Parnell (1937)
DVD9 | VIDEO_TS | NTSC | 4:3 | 720x480 | 8000 kbps | 7.1Gb
Audio: English AC3 2.0 @ 192 Kbps
01:58:00 | USA | Biography, Drama, Romance

The life of Irish politician Charles Stewart Parnell, following from 1880 onward his struggle to free his country from English rule, pursued in prison, Parliament, and elsewhere. Emphasis is on the relationship with married Katie O'Shea which threatens to bring all Parnell's plans to ruin. Moderately accurate historically.

Lee Roy Parnell - Midnight Believer (2017)  Music

Posted by Pisulik at Aug. 14, 2017
Lee Roy Parnell - Midnight Believer (2017)

Lee Roy Parnell - Midnight Believer (2017)
Country, Rock | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 00:41:40 | 103 MB
Label: BFD

Parnell’s new album encompasses a realized vision that reflects the cumulative essence of who Lee Roy Parnell is today. He states, “One of the best things about gaining some maturity is you finally find out ‘Who You Is and Who You Ain’t.’ That said, I’d have to say that the song ‘Too Far Gone’ best describes me as an artist, now. It’s clearly a Blue-Eyed Soul ‘Beat Ballad’ as Barry Beckett (of The Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section and my first producer) would call it. Barry really taught me how to make records. He taught me about groove, soul, vocal delivery and how to make every note count! The message here is in life and love we ebb and flow. We have good days and tough days. What counts is going the distance (or at least as far as you can).”
Bernard Shaw, W. T. Stead, and the New Journalism: Whitechapel, Parnell, Titanic, and the Great War (repost)

Bernard Shaw, W. T. Stead, and the New Journalism: Whitechapel, Parnell, Titanic, and the Great War (Bernard Shaw and His Contemporaries) by Nelson O'Ceallaigh Ritschel
English | 17 Feb. 2017 | ISBN: 3319490060 | 262 Pages | PDF | 2.11 MB

This book explores Bernard Shaw’s journalism from the mid-1880s through the Great War―a period in which Shaw contributed some of the most powerful and socially relevant journalism the western world has experienced. In approaching Shaw’s journalism, the promoter and abuser of the New Journalism, W. T. Stead,
Bernard Shaw, W. T. Stead, and the New Journalism: Whitechapel, Parnell, Titanic, and the Great War

Bernard Shaw, W. T. Stead, and the New Journalism: Whitechapel, Parnell, Titanic, and the Great War (Bernard Shaw and His Contemporaries) by Nelson O'Ceallaigh Ritschel
English | 17 Feb. 2017 | ISBN: 3319490060 | 248 Pages | PDF | 2.11 MB

This book explores Bernard Shaw’s journalism from the mid-1880s through the Great War―a period in which Shaw contributed some of the most powerful and socially relevant journalism the western world has experienced. In approaching
Bernard Shaw, W. T. Stead, and the New Journalism: Whitechapel, Parnell, Titanic, and the Great War

Bernard Shaw, W. T. Stead, and the New Journalism: Whitechapel, Parnell, Titanic, and the Great War (Bernard Shaw and His Contemporaries) by Nelson O'Ceallaigh Ritschel
English | 17 Feb. 2017 | ISBN: 3319490060 | 248 Pages | PDF | 2.11 MB

This book explores Bernard Shaw’s journalism from the mid-1880s through the Great War―a period in which Shaw contributed some of the most powerful and socially relevant journalism the western world has experienced. In approaching Shaw’s journalism, the promoter and abuser of the New Journalism, W. T. Stead, is contrasted to Shaw, as Shaw countered the sensational
Bernard Shaw, W. T. Stead, and the New Journalism: Whitechapel, Parnell, Titanic, and the Great War

Bernard Shaw, W. T. Stead, and the New Journalism: Whitechapel, Parnell, Titanic, and the Great War (Bernard Shaw and His Contemporaries) by Nelson O'Ceallaigh Ritschel
English | 8 Mar. 2017 | ISBN: 3319490060 | 248 Pages | PDF | 2.11 MB

This book explores Bernard Shaw’s journalism from the mid-1880s through the Great War―a period in which Shaw contributed some of the most powerful and socially relevant journalism the western world has experienced. In approaching Shaw’s journalism, the promoter and abuser of the New Journalism, W. T. Stead, is contrasted to Shaw,

Nick Parnell - Vibes Virtuoso (2016) [TR24][OF]  Vinyl & HR

Posted by SERTiL at Feb. 9, 2017
Nick Parnell - Vibes Virtuoso (2016) [TR24][OF]

Nick Parnell - Vibes Virtuoso
Classical | FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/44.1 kHz | 62:11 min | 517 MB | Digital booklet
Label: ABC Classics | Tracks: 16 | Rls.date: 2016

“Steel yourself for his mallets of musical mastery”. So runs the spruik in the liner notes of Nick Parnell’s self-published album Vibes Virtuoso. This is no idle boast. Adelaide percussionist Parnell knows his way round the three octaves of metal keys and sustain pedal and his mission is to put this instrument centre stage.
Bernard Shaw, W. T. Stead, and the New Journalism: Whitechapel, Parnell, Titanic, and the Great War

Bernard Shaw, W. T. Stead, and the New Journalism: Whitechapel, Parnell, Titanic, and the Great War (Bernard Shaw and His Contemporaries) by Nelson O'Ceallaigh Ritschel
English | 8 Mar. 2017 | ISBN: 3319490060 | 248 Pages | PDF | 2.11 MB

This book explores Bernard Shaw’s journalism from the mid-1880s through the Great War―a period in which Shaw contributed some of the most powerful and socially relevant journalism the western world has experienced.

Shall We Dance (1937)  Video

Posted by Efgrapha at Aug. 25, 2016
Shall We Dance (1937)

Shall We Dance (1937)
DVD9 | VIDEO_TS | NTSC, 4:3 (720x480) VBR | 01:48:44 | 6.39 Gb
Audio: English AC3 1.0 @ 192 Kbps | Subs: English, French, Spanish
Genre: Musical Comedy

The seventh of RKO's Fred Astaire–Ginger Rogers musicals, Shall We Dance casts Astaire as a world-renowned ballet dancer and Rogers as a musical comedy headliner. Rogers' manager Jerome Cowan concocts a phony romance between his client and Astaire in order to garner publicity for them both. Eventually, of course, the twosome falls in love for real, but not before a cornucopia of confusion, complications and misunderstandings. Highlights include a number performed on roller skates and Astaire's dance solo in the art-deco boiler room of an ocean liner. The George and Ira Gershwin score (their last for Astaire and Rogers) includes "Slap That Bass," "Beginner's Luck," "Let's Call the Whole Thing Off," "They All Laughed," "They Can't Take That Away From Me," and the title number.