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23 Stitch Sewing Machine


23 Stitch Sewing Machine


$151.07


Brand Name: Singer Product Line: Talent Product Model: 3323 Product Name: 23 Stitch Sewing Machine Marketing Information: A fantastic basic machine loaded with helpful features. Product Type: Electric Sewing Machine Technical Information Number of Built-In Stitches: 23 Threading Type: Automatic Power Description Input Voltage: 110 V AC Physical Characteristics Material: Metal Height: 12″ Width: 7.5″ Depth: 15″ Weight (Approximate): 12.20 lb Miscellaneous Package Contents: 23 Stitch Sewing Machine Button Sewing Foot Zipper Foot Buttonhole Foot General Purpose (All Purpose) Foot Needles Bobbins Buttonhole Opener/Brush Lint Brush Quilting Guide Screwdriver (Special) Spool Cap (Large) Spool Cap (Small) Aux Spool Pin Dust Cover Darning Plate Instruction Manual Machine Intro DVD Foot Control Power Cord Warranty Limited Warranty: 25 Year

Alfred 00-42917 Lead Me To That Rock-Satb Book


Alfred 00-42917 Lead Me To That Rock-Satb Book


$7.03


From the new Smoky Mountain Gospel Choral Series, this foot-tapping anthem is easily learned and sung, and pure fun! The solo can be sung By one, two, or more singers. With a touch of “Rock of Ages”, this anthem is a choir and congregational praise celebration. By Arr. Camp Kirkland. Features Series – Smoky Mountain Gospel Choral Series Category – Choral Octavo Format – Choral Octavo Instrument – Choir Voicing – SATB

Alfred 00-42918 LEAD ME TO THAT ROCK-ITRX


Alfred 00-42918 LEAD ME TO THAT ROCK-ITRX


$25.38


From the new Smoky Mountain Gospel Choral Series, this foot – tapping anthem is easily learned and sung, and pure fun! The solo can be sung by one, two, or more singers. With a touch of “Rock of Ages”, this anthem is a choir and congregational praise celebration. Arr. Camp Kirkland. Features Series – Alfred Sacred Category – Choral Octavo Format – CD Instrument – Choir Version – InstruTrax CD

All I Do Is Lie [Slipcase]


All I Do Is Lie [Slipcase]


$18.15


Audio Mixers: Sean Watkins; Sheldon Gomberg. Recording information: Acoustic Cafe Studio, Ann Arbor, MI (06/2012/07/2013); Horseshack, Davenport, IA (06/2012/07/2013); Neptune A, Encinitas, CA (06/2012/07/2013); The Carriage House, Los Angeles, CA (06/2012/07/2013); The Webster House, Los Angeles, CA (06/2012/07/2013). Photographer: Brantley Gutierrez. With a second Fiction Family project and a long-awaited Nickel Creek reunion album in the not so distant rearview mirror (Fiction Family Reunion arrived in 2013 and A Dotted Line dropped early the following year), Sean Watkins’ could have been forgiven had he not wanted to drop a new solo album into the hopper, but 2014′s All I Do Is Lie is a quiet and unobtrusive affair that feels more like a spring cleaning than a main event. Comprised of ten songs that trade in the relatively meaty folk-rock of 2006′s Blinders On for a more measured, confessional, yet reliably quirky singer/songwriter feel that falls more in line with Nickel Creek bandmate Chris Thile’s 2011 outing Sleep with One Eye Open, All I Do Is Lie is made up of mostly simple, yet smartly arranged country folk-pop songs. Like Thile, Watkins possesses a clear, vibrato-less tenor and is an incredibly gifted player who can bend genres to his will with the effortless gait of a former child prodigy, and his guitar work on songs like the lovely “Wave as We Run,” the fluttery title cut, and the languid instrumental “Meredith,” is as fluid as it is meticulous, but he also shares Thile’s penchant for earnest self-reflection and existential dread, though the latter is buffered by an obvious strength of faith, which he applies tastefully on songs like “Since the Day I Was Born” and “The God You Serve.” Elsewhere, the ramshackle “Keep Your Promises” suggests that Watkins still wants to keep a foot on the barstool, and the laid-back, Harvest-era Neil Young cadence of “This Will End in Tears” ventures into easy, back road Americana, but All I Do Is Lie is

Bitter Pill *


Bitter Pill *


$12.41


Recording information: RAK Studios, London; Voltaire Road Studios, London. Photographers: Dara Munnis; Josh Shinner; Hayley Connaughton. The singer/songwriter’s first full-length studio effort, Bitter Pill, arrives one-and-a-half years after his 12-track Capitol Records debut, Live at Whelans, which featured a solo Gavin James performing with only an acoustic guitar. The intimate setting and his impassioned delivery landed the recording in the Top 15 in his homeland of Ireland, as well as on the Dutch album chart. In a reversal of many artists’ early discographies, Bitter Pill is essentially a studio version of that record, offering all but one its songs. (“Great Escape,” an under-three-minute whistling ditty, didn’t make the studio cut.) Two new tunes are added to the set list in its place: the part ballad, part folky foot-stomper “Remember Me” and the title track, “Bitter Pill.” Carrying a soul-infused melody and vocal delivery, that song is reinforced with hymn-like, unison voices as James laments a lost love. For the most part, the LP’s arrangements are sparse and loyal to the balladeering spirit of the writer’s songs. “For You,” which has one of the most affecting vocal performances, employs faint keyboards, guitar, kick drum, and rim-clicks that never draw attention from the singer’s serenade to loneliness. More rousing arrangements, such as the full band and backing chorus on “Coming Home,” offer variation but rarely quite capture the passion of the live versions. Exceptions are the few uptempo moments, such as “Say Hello,” which adds texture via piano, drums, and extra guitars without trading intimacy that was never really a quality of the bubbly tune to begin with. James wrote (or co-wrote) all of the songs on both long players with the exception of his cover of the Magnetic Fields’ “The Book of Love,” written by Stephin Merritt. This proves to be a highlight of Bitter Pill, kept simple and sincere, and rightfully earns the closing spot on

Bitter Sweet


Bitter Sweet


$19.08


Personnel: Kim Richey (vocals); Angelo (acoustic & electric guitars, baritone guitar, background vocals); Kenny Vaughan (acoustic & electric guitars, baritone guitar); John Leventhal (guitar, keyboards, bass, percussion, background vocals); Ty Tyler (dobro); Dan Dugmore (pedal steel guitar, banjo); Sam Bush (mandolin); Pamela Sixfin (violin); Kristin Wilkinson (viola); John Ketchings (cello); Jimmy Fitting (harmonica); Tony Harrell (accordion, organ, electric piano); Andrew Mazzone (bass); Billy Beard, Shawn Pelton (drums); Chris Rodriguez, Tom Littlefield, Mandy Barnett, Joy Lynn White, John Crooke (background vocals). Recorded at Treasure Isle Recorders, Nashville, Tennessee. Personnel: Kim Richey (vocals, background vocals); Tom Littlefield (vocals, background vocals); Will Kimbrough (vocals); Kenny Vaughan (guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar); John Leventhal (guitar, keyboards, percussion); Angelo (acoustic guitar); Ty Tyler (dobro); Dan Dugmore (banjo, mandolin); Sam Bush (mandolin); Pamela Sixfin, David Davidson (violin); Kristin Wilkinson (viola); John Ketchings (cello); Jim Fitting (harmonica); Tony Harrell (accordion, piano); Andrew Mazzone (upright bass); Shawn Pelton, Billy Beard (drums); Chris Rodriguez, John Crooke, Joy Lynn White, Mandy Barnett (background vocals). Audio Mixer: Peter Coleman. Recording information: 12th Street Studios; Shelter Island Sound, New York, NY; Treasure Isle Recorders, Nashville, TN. Illustrator: Gerard Dubois. Photographer: Frank Ockenfels. Arranger: David Davidson. On her second album, Kim Richey stands with one foot in the commercial country world and the other in the “alternative” country realm; she seems poised to gain a solid toehold in whichever style she chooses. Though Richey possesses a strong, clear voice and is an excellent harmony singer, her real asset as a solo artist lies in her songwriting. She is not afraid to leave herself slightly vulnerable, and that vulnerability and emotional honesty is her

Confidence Quilter Machine


Confidence Quilter Machine


$441.49


The SINGER 7469Q Confidence Quilter machine has many advanced features including the Drop and Sew – bobbin system, programmable needle up/down, drop feed, twin needle capability and push-button stitch selection so sewing and quilting is enjoyable. The 7469Q boasts 98 stitch patterns and standard accessories including popular quilting presser feet. Included Accessories: General/All Purpose Foot, Zipper Foot, Satin Stitch Foot, Blind Hem Foot, Buttonhole Foot, Even Feed/Walking Foot, Darning & Embroidery/Stippling Foot, Open Toe Foot, Straight Stitch Foot, Needles, Bobbins (4), Auxiliary Spool Pin, Felt Discs (2), Spool Caps (3), Seam Ripper/Brush, Screwdriver, Extension Table, Foot Pedal, Power Cord, Instruction Manual.

Freedom Ride


Freedom Ride


$19.87


Drew Emmitt, the dynamic lead singer and mandolin player with the popular jamband Leftover Salmon, is a true renaissance man on musical instruments. He’s a string man to be reckoned with playing mandolin, guitar, fiddle, banjo, harmonica, flute and electric guitar. He excels in unique energy driven mandolin licks and his influences include a pantheon of musical heroes including Lowell George, Steve Morse, Duane Allman, John Cowan, Sam Bush and many more. On his debut solo release Freedom Ride, Emmitt reveals, once again, his amazing picking abilities and songwriting talents. He recruited some of the hottest acoustic musicians around-John Cowan and the John Cowan Band, Peter Rowan, Sam Bush, Ronnie McCoury, Vassar Clements, Stuart Duncan, Randy Scruggs, Vince Herman and Greg Garrison from Leftover Salmon and more-to join him and the result is the most exciting newgrass album to come down the pike since the original New Grass Revival. On Freedom Ride, Emmitt showcases a disc full of newgrass and bluegrass gems like “Paving Eisenhower” which features a dazzling mandolin duet with Ronnie McCoury and Sam Bush on fiddle. “Freedom Ride,” the album’s lead track, features a hot duet vocal with former New Grass Revival lead singer John Cowan, a long time hero of Emmitt’s. “John Cowan is my all time singing hero, for sure!” he says. He is joined by bluegrass mainstay Peter Rowan on the Rowan-penned “Rainmaker” and hi infectious melodies, great singing and masterful playing deliver light-hearted foot-tappers such as the Cajun flavored Emmitt original “Bend In The River” and a bluegrassy cover of the Dylan favorite “Tangled Up In Blue.” Emmitt has composed innumerable tunes, many of which have worked their way into the wide and diverse Leftover Salmon repertoire and his pure voice and heartfelt lyrics have become a signature of the band. He has also pioneered techniques for taking the mandolin into new territory by using combinations of overdrive, slides and foot

Hal Leonard Charlotte-town 2-Part arranged by Emily Crocker


Hal Leonard Charlotte-town 2-Part arranged by Emily Crocker


$1.9


The chance for some hand clapping and foot stomping is sure to make this American folksong showcase a big success with your singers. Available: 2-Part.

HQRP Foot Controller for Singer 001251409 359102001 KD-1902 YC-482J-1 Sewing Machine Pedal


HQRP Foot Controller for Singer 001251409 359102001 KD-1902 YC-482J-1 Sewing Machine Pedal


$18.91


Compatible with: Singer 001251409 359102001 KD-1902 YC-482J-1 H003820FT 40055327 001352109 4C315A202 39572465

HQRP Foot Controller for Singer 1007, 1012, 1014, 1105, 1107, 1116, 1120, 1130 Sewing Machine Pedal


HQRP Foot Controller for Singer 1007, 1012, 1014, 1105, 1107, 1116, 1120, 1130 Sewing Machine Pedal


$18.91


Compatible with: Singer 1007, 1012, 1014, 1105, 1107, 1116, 1120, 1130, 1408, 1409, 1507, 1512

HQRP Foot Controller for Singer 1525, 1725, 1732, 1748, 2250, 2259, 2263, 2273 Sewing Machine Pedal


HQRP Foot Controller for Singer 1525, 1725, 1732, 1748, 2250, 2259, 2263, 2273 Sewing Machine Pedal


$18.91


Compatible with: Singer 1525, 1725, 1732, 1748, 2250, 2259, 2263, 2273, 2380, 2639, 2662, 2712

HQRP Foot Controller for Singer 2718, 2722, 2724, 2730, 2732, 3116, 3321, 3323 Sewing Machine Pedal


HQRP Foot Controller for Singer 2718, 2722, 2724, 2730, 2732, 3116, 3321, 3323 Sewing Machine Pedal


$18.91


Compatible with: Singer 2718, 2722, 2724, 2730, 2732, 3116, 3321, 3323, 3709, 3722, 3810, 3820

HQRP Foot Controller for Singer 3825, 3962, 4102, 4205, 4206, 4210, 4212, 4220 Sewing Machine Pedal


HQRP Foot Controller for Singer 3825, 3962, 4102, 4205, 4206, 4210, 4212, 4220 Sewing Machine Pedal


$18.91


Compatible with: Singer 3825, 3962, 4102, 4205, 4206, 4210, 4212, 4220, 4228, 4411, 4423, 5018

HQRP Foot Controller for Singer 8280, 8510, 30518, 14T968DC, 2 & 5 Stitch Sewing Machine Pedal


HQRP Foot Controller for Singer 8280, 8510, 30518, 14T968DC, 2 & 5 Stitch Sewing Machine Pedal


$18.91


Compatible with: Singer 8280, 8510, 30518, 14T968DC, 2 & 5 Stitch Pattern, 995D2, 996D2, Quantum Decor, E99670, 384.13012000, 384.18024000

IK Multimedia iRig BlueBoard Bluetooth Wireless MIDI Footcontroller for iOS and Mac


IK Multimedia iRig BlueBoard Bluetooth Wireless MIDI Footcontroller for iOS and Mac


$85


Guitar and bass players, singers and keyboard players will now be able to play and control their preferred iOS app on stage or in studio, with the same degree of performance control offered by traditional music hardware, and the freedom of not being tethered by cables. The iRig BlueBoard from IK Multimedia is the first wireless MIDI pedal board for iOS and Mac that allows you to control your music apps and more from the floor and is small enough to fit in a laptop bag. Switch between presets, change patches, turn effects on and off, and control effects like volume wah pedals all from the stage floor without worrying about tripping over wires. Setup is as simple as turning the iRig BlueBoard on and telling it what you want to control. It connects to your iPhone/iPod touch/iPad or Mac via Bluetooth with control up to 10 meters away, and when you press its foot switches, it sends out control signals that are converted to MIDI by the iRig BlueBoard app. The control messages sent from iRig BlueBoard to AmpliTube or other Core MIDI music apps can include bank up/down, MIDI continuous controllers, as well as parameter changes on apps such as IK’s AmpliTube, VocaLive, SampleTank, and iGrand Piano iOS apps plus many others, such as Apple GarageBand. iRig BlueBoard features four backlit soft-touch pads housed in a sturdy, stage-worthy chassis, two TRS expansion jacks for connecting additional MIDI controllers like expression pedals, and is powered by four standard AAA batteries. Each pad has an additional LED that lights when the pad is active, letting you know exactly which control is on. And since it’s backlit, you can easily see it on a dark stage or performance venue for quick and accurate access.

James William Hindle


James William Hindle


$4.42


Personnel includes: James William Hindle (guitar); Paula Frazer, Tim Mooney. Audio Mixer: Dylan Magierek. Recording information: Badman Recording Co, San Francisco, CA (09/15/2000-10/02/2000). James Hindle’s self-titled album displays his soothing voice, strapping guitar, and simple drum work. The music is all kept very simple, with Hindle’s trepid voice leading the way into new territory with the break of each passing track. Strings are utilized on some of the songs, adding depth to the album, but not burdening it. While Hindle is by no means groundbreaking, his music is still the type that will cause fans of the singer/songwriter genre to smile and tap their foot along with the slow, steady beat. ~ Kurt Morris

Meinl Acoustic Snare Stomp Box with L-Shaped Beater, Black


Meinl Acoustic Snare Stomp Box with L-Shaped Beater, Black


$69.99


Not just for timekeepers, the Meinl SnareBoX is an excellent addition for any guitarist or singer/songwriter looking to add rhythm for their music. Internal sets of snare wires deliver a snapping, crisp foundation to your music. Enhanced by the Baltic Birch body with sound port, your rhythms will cut with tone and projection. The SnareBoX is playable from a standing or sitting position, and the attached aluminum rail will mount any common foot pedal. Included is an L-shaped Meinl beater with felt pad.

Meinl BassBoX Black


Meinl BassBoX Black


$89.99


The Meinl BassBoX is an excellent addition for any guitarist or singer/songwriter looking to add rhythm to their music. Punchy low end and immense bass notes provide a thumping foundation to your music. The BassBoX is playable from a standing or sitting position. The attached aluminum rail will mount any common foot pedal. Included is an L-shaped Meinl bass beater specifically designed for the BassBoX.

Meinl Heel Tambourine


Meinl Heel Tambourine


$14.99


The Meinl Heel Tambourine fits on your shoe, just like a shoehorn. Simply slip it in and start tapping your foot. The stainless steel jingles provide a bright and full sound, making it the perfect accessory for drummers, percussionists, guitarists, and singer-songwriters.

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