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Hb partners are keeping the act going during his absence. Saul and his' wife operate Chez Neva, theatrical boarding house in Newport, Ky. Danny Eogel, veteran song plngger affiliated with Chappell Music, spent 48 hours In Jewish Hospital here for observatioB last week, after a bone lodged in his throat while dining with friends Tuesday night Cecilia," as the second tide to ' When I'm Alone," which Gary waxed recently.

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Follow-up to the best-selling Vol I. Famous arias from Bellini and Donizetti operas as sung by a celebrated star. Pop BE. Selections — all prime jockey wax — include "Pretend. Patrick s Ca- thedral Choir mixed group of. Francis X. Duffy, contributes moving choral treatments of traditional carols. Patrick's Cathedral, which should make this package a strong sales item.

Sound is excellent. Columbia OS It has lyrics by Johnny Mercer. The disk is lilting and lively. It will get heavy deejay play and exposure. Top merchandise. Some of the selections are with chorus; others are bright inslru- nienlals The set is nicely programmed and includes both religious and pop Christmas favorites. Sound is good, and the colorful cover is also an attractive feature. Hifihiowcr, a vounii man who has long been well known lor hre musicianship, turns in brit:hl. Chancellor — A masterful packaging job by the label, calculated lo have a powertul appeal to tans of the artist.

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Rosza had a better than average chance for creative composing, in view of the many dramatic episodes in the four-hour film. The result is one of the best and most salable of all film score albums, well played by the Symphony Orchestra of Rome. De luxe boxed packaging contains a copy of the book about the film, uhich alone sells for SI at theaters. VI — A de luxe package for the famous gospel and hymn singing group. In an attractive four fold packaging, the disk is tucked into one side with a handsomely illustrated book on the other, which con- tains vocal parts for all the hymns being sung by the group.

Hie songs and Ihemcii are ijone with sfaim- mering warmth adding up to tnost appealing background listening Offerings include "Tranmeiai. The de luxe, four-fold package con- tains bound in pages of black and white candid photos and a huge fold-out two-foot square color photo of the lad. Then, too, both front and back covers contain different color shots of the artist. Tunes include "Ain't Misbehavin' " and "Gimmie a Little Kiss," in addition to a flock of ncuies generally in the rock groove.

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It's doubtless the wildest of the many wax treat- ments given Peter and the Wolf , with a Dixieland attack on Prokoticf. Hans Conreid does a wryly amusing job on the narration, which is slightly hipped to make it compatible with the music. Flip side offers six instrumental treatments of the key themes, without cottimentary. Joel Herron's arrangements are imaginative and in good taste, too.

Attractive cover photo of j artist gives LP strong display value. The gospel chord progressions, and the in- tense quality of the vocals will have a purging effect on the sinful. These include "You Better Go Now. For the artist's fans, Ilia recording finds her at hei best. Epic BC Stereo Si Monaural I — Violinist Arthur Grumiaux and conductor Eduurd Van Beinum give this package strong name value, since both frequently appear in this country with considerable box- office success.

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    Words were always an important part of my world. Mom often read stories and poems to my siblings and me. My dad wrote rhyming poetry. Once I recited his historical poem at a school program. I memorized numerous poems for church pageants. What generated that first poem? Get out of here. I shuffled off and wrote my first poem, placing feelings on paper. This sensation would return when I began to write poems in earnest. While I was writing Rod McKuen-ish poems, a good friend, Mary Johnson, wrote astounding, imaginative prose and poetry.

    I remember looking at one of her poems hanging on the wall outside the library at Crosby-Ironton High School. I was awed by her artistry. Our high school English teacher, Jim Rude, placed unusual visual aids in the classroom. This encouraged me to think and write about unusual subject matter. Although I was primarily an expository writer and diarist, I was also a prodigious notewriter.

    Classmate Nancy Ravnik, handed me a large bag of these notes at our C-I 20th class reunion. My mother often told me I had wisdom beyond my years. A chemical dependency counselor by trade, my 30s overflowed with family life. I took dance classes with my teenaged stepdaughter to fill the creative gap. We attended monthly meetings and wrote poetry, submitting our work to contests and for publication. Poetry groups led to publication opportunities. One became the first group writing project supported by Five Wings Arts Council.

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    I turn toward the shiny-sheeted bed where a broad-chested Tarzan awaits me. Eyeing my curves, he reaches to hold me and when I turn to him, I turn toward his love like a sun whose blistering rays I have only imagined. I was going to be in public, I was going to be seen. I dressed up like every teenager too young to drive who had nowhere to go.

    I pawed through my wardrobe like a model on her way to walk the red carpet. My makeup was impeccable—every Twiggy bottom lash painted on, the top ones mascaraed to the nth degree, lipstick pale pink or white, giving lips a slightly bluish hue. Mom would tell me to hurry up, but she always waited. This time I walked down the stairs in my white hip-huggers, wearing red, white and blue platforms, and a red and white striped sailor top.

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    Did he ignore me and thank only my mother? We paid our babysitting and dishwashing dollars, had our hands stamped by adult chaperones who leaned close to see if they could smell booze on our under-aged breath. The band and bathrooms were at the far end of this narrow cavernous room with folding chairs placed strategically along the cement-block walled perimeter. An unlikely room to captivate youth, transformed by the heat of bodies in motion, strobe lights, and loud music.

    On Friday nights after hours in the post office letters boogalooed in their numbered boxes, matched our watusi moves to Wipeout. How many envelope tongues tangled while paired-up in a slow-dance to House of the Rising Sun? She says her artistic tendency is to observe, analyze and then change what she is creating. Below-zero on a Saturday night, yet never too frigid to leave town. We camp out in the bathroom both leaning into the mirror as we separate our mascara-clumped lashes with straightened safety pins.

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    Her brother, John, hollers outside the door, begging to use the only bathroom, but we are caught in the middle of preparing for the time of our life yet to come and nothing can distract us from our future. It plays out like a well-orchestrated symphony. Each section does their job, yet harmonizes with other sections to culminate in one colorful, beautiful, heart-warming gift.

    But instead of delivering music, the Brainerd area Kinship Coats for Kids drive delivers warmth and care. And every year it has grown, much like a snowball, including more and more people and organizations, more and more coats and other winter items, building to a point now where more than 1, needy youths and adults receive coats each year.

    When I asked Susan Bricker, who owns Crystal Cleaners with her husband, Rick, how they became involved, she recalls the origin. I love people and wanted to give back to the community by helping kids in need. Crystal Cleaners receives donated coats year round and spends roughly eight to 10 hours each day cleaning the items during the month before the coat drive. Service Master helps store some items until the drive. Susan Bricker, with her warm personality, has given in so many other ways, too. Crystal Cleaners donates the cleaning of all U.

    For the coat drive alone, they clean more than 2, items each year. Getting set up for the coat drive takes many hands. Sandi Colbenson, activity and volunteer coordinator at the Brainerd Kinship office for the past four years, puts in about 60 hours each year organizing and running the coat drive. One of many Kinship projects she works on annually, the Kinship coat drive is not just for Kinship partners. It encompasses the need in all of the Brainerd lakes area. She is very appreciative that the last two years Westgate Mall has given them space in the mall.

    Both have helped in so many ways. And I have many volunteers help at the Coats for Kids giveaway. Brian Churack and Barry Brueland both take care of the advertising and promotions during the month leading up to the coat drive. Broadcasting is a cluster of six local radio stations; four FM and two AM. Not only does B. Broadcasting help transport the coats, the stations get the word out.

    Participating area churches have boxes set up where extra yarn can be dropped off so others can pick it up to knit or crochet items for the coat drive. Hundreds of handmade hats, scarves and mittens were provided by area women this year. So many women and churches contributed so much. Bring them to Crystal Cleaners and they will clean it up to be ready for the coat drive in the fall. Remember, they accept adult coats too; need has no size.

    Coat drop off sites are Crystal Cleaners in both Brainerd and Crosby, along with various businesses and churches in the area. If you are interested in donating or helping in any way or have questions, please contact Sandi at Kinship at or fun kinshippartners. Give a warm fuzzy today. The great feeling can last all year long!

    Skilled medical care for total peace of mind. Remember, there is a difference. Jill Anderson Jill is a frequent contributor to Her Voice. She enjoys the outdoors, running, and spending time with her ever-growing family. It has been nearly eight months since I embarked on my journey back to Korea. Buan is a city so small that there are no major department stores or movie theaters or anything remotely American.

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    My first day at school, the students stood up screaming and clapping with extreme enthusiasm. I turned my head to see who was behind me. The students were so excited to see to me! I think it helped that I looked like them-same black hair and brown eyes; I had that going for me. Not too far away, the Blanck family, Daren, Michelle and their. Even though we live in the same country, our worlds could not be more different. I am teaching English to nearly students in three grades.

    My largest class is 36 and the smallest, I am the only foreign teacher at my school. Communication has been my biggest challenge. They work in a Christian International school, pre-K to grade They have about students with a total of 50 teachers total, about 37 are foreign teachers from all over the world. Classroom size ranges from 5 to Their school structure is based on more of a western Christian approach. They have a three-bedroom, twobathroom apartment that has all the basic amenities of an American home, including an oven and even a clothes dryer, which is a rarity in Korea.

    The children attend school at a nearby campus, which they love. The Blancks have the option of literally creating two worlds, living more like a westerner and immersing as much or as little as they want in the Korean culture. My school is a traditional conservative Korean school where men and women sit at different tables during lunch and everyone brushes their teeth together in the bathroom. Teachers are highly respected and have a lot power here. Although outlawed, the students may be physically punished with a stick.

    I do not punish my students. I am powerless here as a foreigner. The students must adhere to a strict dress code and must wear uniforms. Hair must be shoulder length or up in a bun. No perms, curls, or coloring to the hair is allowed. There is also no piercing, no nail polish of any sort, and absolutely no make-up that can be worn. Shoes must be taken off in the front entry and slippers worn. There are also no custodians here, so the students must mop the floor, clean the bathrooms and assist even with gardening.

    Despite the communication and cultural challenges I face daily at my school, my students are the hope and the reason I know that this is where I need to be for now. Ahna Otterstad is teaching English at an allgirls middle school in the small Korean town of Buan, with little to remind her of life in the U. I could never run a 5K, 10K, or insert race distance here. It just takes some training.

    I liked it enough to continue running and participate on my college cross country team. Many miles, races, and pairs of shoes later, running has continued to be the sport I rely on for fitness and fun.

    Sarno, the human brain, back pain, OCD, Barry Farber, the lack of ability in the moment to perceive that a feeling will not persist, the oldest man in the world, human body as robot, the afterworld, Frank's 40th birthday, tiring of pop culture, detoxing, chemtrail dust, poisons, The Master Cleanser, caffeine withdrawal headache, addicitions, chemical amusements, coolness of coffee, condensation, beverage review "Java Monster Coffee Energy - Loca Moca" , making fun of Starbucks, Mr. Jesse the Cat running around in the middle of the night. Mustachio", solo trips to Walt Disney World, happy endings, buying dice at The Compleat Strategist, I Ching, Surfers Dining Room, Haiku Wet, theming, azul, sad video, The Magic Cow, guy with cat on his head, pixellated camouflage, two bathrooms, cigar, A View From Space, food ingredients, l-cysteine, rest room signs, time travel, the occult, supernatural beings, religion, obsessed with interdimensional travel, psychic wars, grates above the train tracks, gag reflex, focused on a big idea, personal power, tape recorder show planning, infallibility of the I Ching, Mercury retrograde, and wisps of black plastic.

    Louis, Missouri, U. States that are 2 states away from the border, the random phrases, the nature of reality, hypnopompic phrase "Warp Garden Pervasive", passing through a sea of information, "As Seen On TV", executive stress relievers, wandering around drug stores, "I want Dryer Balls", areas of the body that are harder to dry after a shower, laundry accessory review "DryerMax- Dryer Balls" , juggling, Nellie's Laundry Nuggets, interesting tactic, and Lake Border USA.

    Dick, glowing flying cars, and the analog VHS thing. Podcasts is finished, October NY Video 2. Jesse the Cat, a set of pasta objects, safety is rule one, another chair has died, ripped metal, chemtrails versus persistent contrails, cool item review "Magnetic Golf Ball Massagers" , Pylones, magnetism affecting computer monitors, degauss, thought I lost my Oakley sunglasses, Frank and his saffron umbrella, snowing, remembering the Starbucks Chantico drink from , Starbucks Caramel Apple Spice, Starbucks with weird gold statues and waterfall, sugar-free hot chocolate, hot Dr.

    Pepper, shoe review "Dr. Pepper post on BoingBoing. Pepper" , Dr. Pepper's 23 secret ingredients, denatured alcohol, Dr. Pepper from Texas made with cane sugar instead of high-fructose corn syrup, distances in Texas, bag review "ChicoBag" black , plastic bag monster video, retired colors, environmentalism, global warming is a lie to help bring in a totalitarian new world order, turning the lights on, toy review "Desert Toob by Safari Ltd.

    Sasha the Cat, Karl Malden is still alive at age 95, the oldest living celebrities, short-lived TV show "Skag" starring Karl Malden as Pete "Skag" Skagska , Powers Boothe, Piper Laurie, candy review "Trader Joe's Mini Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups" , back to work, missing the bus, feeling a breeze not in a normal place, fly down, a child-sized snowman doll sitting in the back seat of a parked car, giant chemtrail "X"s in the sky, chemtrails are not normal, crap going on right in front of your eyes that you don't see, seeing a " A Space Odyssey" pod spaceship on the back of a flatbed truck, maroon???

    Kendy" , dream review "small pale orange-yellow oval creature in the bed", "tractor trailer commuter train in the swamps of New Jersey" , "Find-It" game, new Overnightcase reviews coming next episode, The Overnightscape Underground website at onsug. Sasha the Cat, the "edited for television" version of the movie "The Breakfast Club", girl group update, figure out what's going on, whistling PotatOH! Frank talks about how the project came into being and where it is headed.

    It is the way I describe the tracks where I am hosting The Overnightscape Underground, between all the other kinds of content. Attribution: Include this entire text description. See above info for correct filename and ID3 tags. On the site, musicians collaborated to create songs by uploading and downloading audio tracks. All the audio tracks on the site were released under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.

    There were "featured songs" on the site, and a much greater number of songs "in progress". Even though the site has shut down, the music from the site is still under the same license - which allows the songs to be re-released here in The Overnightscape Underground! I feel this mix is superior to the mix that was in the featured release. It is a great song and I am very happy to play it it here at the start of The Overnightscape Underground! The lyrics are very appropriate Good mornin' highway, it's such a good day We're goin' somewhere, where we can hear 'em play You're gonna have to trace this line, to know what's on our minds Just shufflin' down this road.

    We got our straw hats on our heads, yeah We've got an itchin' for the road To travel places far away Come on now, let's go. Good mornin' highway, it's such a good day We're goin' somewhere, where we can hear 'em play. I've got the feelin' that's got me wheelin' On down that dusty road On down that road It's got me wheelin' on down that road.

    I got my straw hat on today Ain't got no work it's time to play I'm gonna head out on that highway To travel places far away. Mixed by: mikerman. Posted on MyVirtualBand. Presented by "Coffee Information Service". Links: Carrie - carrieengdahl. Phil Mould: Bass Guitar. Frank Edward Nora: Lyrics. From the album "Naked Exit Friend", released March And can I say we are Crazy crossing a rocky stream Kissing hills and air and dreams Coltishly beaucoup in our mysteries.

    Bathing cool in a stimulating rio Tiki and arctic phase at Nanticoko Singing folk space rock at the top of our lungs Winding down in the wow fluff of the treetops. We can walk together Under the moon or whatever And our nasty predawn jive Will even make the scorpions cry. Humpback dude with jackdaw steed Whale and bird on a new kind of trip Motors, lights and audio delights Rubber bands are pumping energy. The treasure of me is stalking away At the whining dusk of day Your mental aggression craft is called Attack-type dog.

    Above the primly introspective waste The Rover is the tune As we skydive in new wave ruins She make weird animal dolls. Pogs were not a lasting trend The new age it just came and went The humans we're all stuck in are The leftovers of an obvious recall. More info at Frank's website onsug.

    Originally released on StationUnlimited. I went for 2 blocks on 46th St. I walked the full length of it and realized it would make a great "Place Sounds" piece a recording of an audio environment. So I started recording and heading back through the fair. Unfortunately, things didn't work out like I planned. First of all a lot of the musicians I had seen on the first walk thru were taking their breaks. Then it started to rain And then I realized I had pressed pause by accident and lost a lot of the stuff I was recording.

    This piece is the final result - the first in the "Place Sounds" series. I look forward to recording more "Place Sounds" in the future - it is certainly a different kind of audio content than what people are used to, but in the right frame of mind such stuff can be very enjoyable and intriguing to listen to.

    Who "fanfilm" Polarized Worlds, Dr. Who and Monty Python on American public television in the 80s, video camera, and June - Nov work. Who "fan film" in Who", interview with Jim G. Who, "nervous mental case", interview with Jim M. Who convention, Scene One rehearsal, guy cutting his lawn, dubbing, "black dichromium crystal", freeze, sound effects, "it was Szalzo", John Nathan Turner, "Bachelor Party", Lynn touched it, interview with Lynn, "insecurity and decadent megalomania", "the censored Dr. Who tapes", blackmail, Conceptual Video 1, magic, "house where people get laid back", Monty Python quotes, "Alive From Off Center", asking Jim questions, phrases repeating in your mind, "latent expectation", "vacation with Pee-Wee Herman", purpose of the video, hormone levels, "childhood fantasies", "victim of circumstance", "Bono from U2", mystic powers, nuclear war, "The Nuclear Movie", role-playing games, "Where is the chair?

    Public domain, released on Musopen. Source: Musopen. From the album "Modern Sapling", released June Early in the concrete cement Sheet metal whatever center The seeping enterprise washing I wish this snow was unrelenting. I bore a hole in the Nunavut springtime My misery isn't interesting at all. Overnight cable got the Beanies and the Christian Rock And all the puppets there Are constructed outta socks.

    The they and the temperature level Black trees, his antimatter sneeze Selected slash of casino ash Lass in the pedways of Halifax. I prepared all last night To rip the waterfall to shreds Deemrose Bonnie crossbow humid Pedway ankh the breeze is in shock. Early in the sheetrock day My chocolate factory is in no way Hershey or Wonka but it's quite okay Its effect keeps my childhood erect. It's January in Somerville, New Jersey Frank and a group of juvenile delinquents are making a movie about troubled teens exploring weird occult mysteries. Note: Potentially offensive content.

    Source: Archive. Down this lonely road I travel With my pockets filled with dreams All the mysteries will unravel Yet they're never what they seem. I need a hand to hold me I need a hand to help me on my way Oh yeah I'm just lookin' for a lover that's never gonna stray Oh no. One after another Throwing good for bad I watched another woman with all I had I should have known better having done it before Still I'd leave it all just to get a little more. One more shot at nothin' Must be doing something wrong Oh no All your takin' and no givin' Be easier alone Yeah. Virtual Band: liquidnoise George, Rhode Island - lyrics.

    Mixed by: buzzingstrings Rick Ellis, Louisville, Kentucky. From my room I can see Coyotes on the boulevard Alone and afraid just like me. Iridescent eyes flash in the headlights Not understanding these hot L. Running frantic in the big city gloom With no time for howling at the moon. A million people with that same terrified gaze With a million reasons to escape this place. Like coyotes on the boulevard Like coyotes on the boulevard Yeah Show me the way home Show me the way home.

    Virtual Band: bneumw William, Manhattan, Kansas - guitars. Mixed by: hockinfinger Marty Keil, Florida. God hates penguins All penguins must die He keeps them in the freezing cold And will not let them fly. Now if you've got a poodle And dress him up in black and white God thinks that's just the coolest thing y'all He thinks they're outta sight.

    I don't know why God hates penguins so much They're not mentioned in the Bible They've got nothing against him They should sue him for libel. Penguins aren't much good at conversation Or differential calculus But they're smart enough to know when they're being persecuted By God and the rest of us.

    Now if you've got a black and white chicken God thinks that's really nice You can fry it, you can bake, you can boil it in a pot And serve it up with yellow rice. Now if you are a truly good person You'll ignore the lord above And treat a penguin as a friend All penguins need love. Penguins in love Penguins in love Penguins in love Penguins in love Penguins in love Penguins in love.

    Virtual Band: brudley5 Florida - bass.

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    This was a Song Fight entry and it won! Will the sun refuse to shine Will the moon fall from the sky Will the clouds make some rain Will the sun come up again Will my eyes ever see What the hell's in front of me. With every question Come my answer I don't know I don't know. Will they be okay Why they act that way I don't understand Will you hold my hand. Are you all that way Will I be okay What about this man Can you understand. Willl they be okay Why they act that way I don't understand Will you hold my hand.

    With every question I don't know Comes my answer I don't know. In the middle of the night just outside of Phoenix There's a little cafe called the El Gato Negro Thats where we go to dance. Look at the stars up in the sky So beautiful you want to cry I can see the moon on the horizon That's where we go to to dance. The wind blowing in our hair Drinking whisky whisky and beer A fire's burning deep inside That's where we go to dance. The music's pounding in my head Loud enough to wake the dead Too much whisky too much beer El Gato Negro is what I fear.

    That's where we go to dance That's where we all fell into a trance That's where we go to dance To dance the El Gato Negro. Look at the stars up in the sky So beautiful you want to cry I can see the moon on the horizon It's where we go to dance. The wind blowing in our hair Drinking whisky whisky and beer A fire burns deep inside Thats where we go to dance.

    That's where we go to dance That's where we all fell into the trance That's where we go to dance That's where we go to dance That's where we go to dance To dance the El Gato Negro. I've walked miles walking day and night Every footstep closer my goal is right at home for me. The war has taken its toll on my soul 'Cause each mile I make I feel a little older. I feel the heat comin' down on me And I feel my feet givin' out on me I left those battlefields for my home I just got to get back home.

    It sure was bloody down in New Orleans A few were lucky but most didn't make it And all the blood that flowed out in those streets And all the memories will haunt my dreams back home. I feel the heat comin' down on me And I feel my feet goin' out on me I left those battlefields for my home I just got to get back home. Mixed by: mikerman Mike Mikerman, North Carolina.