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All I Do Is Lie [Slipcase]


All I Do Is Lie [Slipcase]


$12.2


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 primarily a wist

American Trilogy


American Trilogy


$21.41


Dear Readers, From 1970-1974 George Harrison and others organized a series of Concerts for Bangladesh. These charity concerts raised millions for UNICEF’s relief efforts to aid Bangladesh war victims. American Trilogy contains revealing biographies and original songs titles of the singers who performed at these concerts. This music inspired the foot soldiers of change to challenge the injustices of this world. Artists include JOAN BAEZ, JOHNNY CASH, BOB DYLAN, ELVIS PRESLEY, and BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN. American Trilogy is also about the counterculture. Some want to brand the 1960″s as nothing more than race riots, drug abuse, and draft dodging, nonsense! The counterculture didn”t destroy society it made it better. Some have dubbed the Baby Boomers as the Irresponsible Generation. Well if fighting for civil rights, the environment, ending the immoral Vietnam War, and challenging a corrupt government qualifies as being irresponsible then we are guilty as charged! I hope you take the time to read American Trilogy. Sincerely, Jefferson Lang

Bitter Pill *


Bitter Pill *


$9.44


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 both albums. ~ Ma

Bitter Sweet


Bitter Sweet


$13.13


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 songs

Conan the Destroyer


Conan the Destroyer


$9.76


Following CONAN THE BARBARIAN, Arnold Schwarzenegger returns as Robert E. Howard’s warrior hero in action director Richard Fleischer’s CONAN THE DESTROYER. First seen praying at a shrine, Conan and his sidekick, Malak (Tracey Walter), are inveigled by Queen Taramis (Sarah Douglas) into joining Princess Jehnna (Olivia d’Abo) and her bodyguard, Bombaata (Wilt Chamberlain), on a quest to wrest a magic key from the wizard Toth-Amon (Pat Roach). On the journey, Conan saves his magician friend, Akiro (Mako), from cannibals and helps female bandit Zula (Grace Jones) as she fights off some angry villagers. The motley crew find Toth-Amon’s castle in the middle of a lake. But, while they rest for the night before confronting the wizard, he spirits away Princess Jehnna. Conan leads the rescue. Compared to the first Conan movie, CONAN THE DESTROYER has less violence but more humor. The film’s stunt casting includes the 7-foot-tall basketball player Wilt Chamberlain and pneumatic singer Grace Jones. Other actors featured are the 17-year-old Olivia d’Abo (in her first screen appearance), playing the petulant teenage princess with sexy innocence; Tracey Walter as the cowardly jewel-swallowing thief, Malak the Quick; and, of course, Schwarzenegger, who put on 10 extra pounds at Fleischer’s request, as the pectorally-perfect Conan.

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.

Danny Boy and Other Classic Irish Melodies


Danny Boy and Other Classic Irish Melodies


$9.07


Alfred Music Publishing is the world s largest educational music publisher. Alfred produces educational, reference, pop, and performance materials for teachers, students, professionals, and hobbyists spanning every musical instrument, style, and difficulty level. The Irish have long been famed for their powerful traditional melodies, and three in this volume are surely amongst the finest. ADanny boy (the melody of which is also known as ALondonderry Air ) was first published, without a title, in 1855. The words most commonly associated with it were written by an Englishman who apparently never set foot in Ireland! AThe lark in the clear air is an exquisite song celebrating the beauty of nature. The poignant words of AThe last rose of summer match the song s mournful, drooping melody. If you are looking for straightforward and rewarding repertoire for your beginner choir, then you need look no further than Choral Basics the perfect series for singers of all ages. The Simple 3-part choral arrangements for soprano, alto and a combined part for men’s voices make the series perfect for choirs with a dearth of males or whose male singers have unstable or changing voices. The rich array of repertoire is bound to be a hit with younger singers and the technical abilities of choirs at this level have been taken into consideration. Straightforward and idiomatic piano accompaniments have been included and are designed to support the vocal lines, without putting pressure on staff with less developed keyboard skills. This enchanting collection of traditional Irish melodies showcases three of the finest songs to originate from the ‘Emerald Isle’ from the classic title song Danny Boy to the poignant The Last Rose Of Summer and The Lark In Clear Air. Choral Basics are great value for money providing a contrasted set of arrangements for

Delta Music and Film


Delta Music and Film


$21.74


The Delta Lowlands, a place of stunning innovation and creativity in music and film, has laid an incredible foundation for American entertainment. Talented singers, producers, and musicians from a narrow stretch of Arkansas Delta land-traversing U.S. Highway 65 south near England down to Pine Bluff and on through Lake Village/Eudora-have garnered every conceivable distinction, including Grammys as well as Country Music Association (CMA), Gospel Music Association (GMA), Stellar, Dove, Soul Train, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and other music awards. The mosaic of cotton blossoms, catfish farms, blues juke joints, foot-stomping churches, and rich Delta dirt has also served as the training ground for legends in blues, R & B/soul, country music, jazz, and gospel. In film and television, the Delta Lowlands has birthed the invention of sound in movies, the development of slow-motion footage, the creation of television’s Neilson’s ratings, the first western-genre movie star, a cadre of Emmy and Oscar award-winning personalities, and a television tower that was once the second tallest man-made structure in the world.

Freedom Ride


Freedom Ride


$13.91


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, s

HQRP Foot Controller for Singer 001251409 359102001 KD-1902 4C-316B YC-482J-1 Sewing Machine Pedal


HQRP Foot Controller for Singer 001251409 359102001 KD-1902 4C-316B YC-482J-1 Sewing Machine Pedal


$29.91


Compatible with: Singer 001251409 359102001 KD-1902 4C-316B 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


$29.91


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


$29.91


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


$29.91


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


$29.91


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


$29.91


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

James William Hindle


James William Hindle


$9.85


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

New Singer 14CG754. CL Commercial Grade Thread Overlock Serger


New Singer 14CG754. CL Commercial Grade Thread Overlock Serger


$244.04


Create garments and gifts with professional results every time! 4-3-2 Stitch Configuration: 6 different stitch types ensure the perfect stitch, regardless of the project – Blind Hems, Rolled Hems, Flat locking, finishing raw edges and sewing seams. 1,300 Stitches-Per-Minute: Save time by sewing up to 1,300 stitches per minute. Color-Coded Lay-In Threading: Makes threading a snap by follow the color-coded diagram on the machine. One-turn Numbered Tension Dials: Makes adjusting the tension effortless when sewing a variety of fabrics. Differential Feed: Ensures an even feed for perfect seams on every fabric; useful for keeping stretch fabrics and bias cut fabrics from stretching out. Moveable Upper Knife: Can easily move knife to prevent trimming of fabric while sewing. Stitch Length Dial: Effortlessly adjust the length of a stitch pattern. Electronic Speed Control: Guarantees consistent sewing speed with no jump starts. Free Arm Sewing: Makes it easy to sew hard-to-reach areas such as armholes, cuffs and smaller projects. Portable: Carry handle makes for trouble-free to transporting. Extra-high Presser Foot Lifter: Offers Extra clearance needed when placing multiple layers of fabric under the presser foot. Built-in Rolled Hem: An easy access lever moves the stitch finger in position for rolled hemming. Four Thread Mock Stretch Stitch: The stitch stretches as the fabric stretches providing a strong and professional finish that will not pop when the fabric is stretched. Three Thread Overlock Stitch: Provides a wonderful professional seam finish, helps prevent loosely woven fabrics from unraveling, and offers unlimited decorative capabilities. Three Thread Mock Stretch Safety Stitch: Ideal for finishing fine fabrics or highly stretchable fabrics. Two Thread Overlock Stitch: Use as a lightweight seam finish or a lightweight seam on woven fabrics. Rolled Hem Stitch: Adds an elegant fine finish to table linens, scarves, and much more. Flatlock Stitch: Special decorative thr

Nursery Realms


Nursery Realms


$36.51


Child characters are surprisingly common in horror, fantasy, and science fiction literature and films. Children represent innocence and virtue and symbolize the classic question of fantastic literature: What is the future of the human race, and how will science and society improve or impair that future? This collection of essays explores the roles of children in the literature and film of the fantastic. The works vary in critical approach from textual analyses to psychological, historical, and gender- and ethnicity-based interpretations and draw their subject matter from contemporary and classic literary and film pieces. The Triumph of Teen Prop: Terminator II and the End of History is a playful discussion of teen propaganda movies and social issues. E.T. as Fairy Tale examines how Steven Spielberg’s combination of science fiction, fantasy, and fairy-tale elements blends logic and childhood magic. Howard M. Lenhoff connects mythical creatures with biology in A Real-World Source for the ‘Little People’: A Comparison of Fairies to Individuals with Williams Syndrome. The literary selection ranges from Alida Allison’s study of childhood in Isaac Bashevis Singer’s writings to Bud Foote’s interpretation of childhood roles in the characters of selected Stephen King works. Other essays consider Henry James’s The Turn of the Screw, Anne Rice’s The Witching Hour, and the Childhood classic Peter Pan.

Pat Green Live At Billy Bob's Texas (Live)


Pat Green Live At Billy Bob’s Texas (Live)


$8.77


Pat Green had never played a guitar until he set foot on the Texas Tech campus. By the time he left, this singer/songwriter had crafted and refined a talent that had people knowing that Pat Green would be the next Texas superstar! His stage presence is unlike any of his contemporaries and Pat leaves crowds dancing on the tables and chanting his name. Pat Green’s Live At Billy Bob’s Texas captures that front row feeling. Songs: Me and Billy the Kid, Take Me Out to the Dancehall, Southbound 35, Going Away, Just Fine, Here We Go, Nightmare, #2, The Bottle, Down to the River, Dancehall Dreamer, Songs About Texas, 1-900 Lover, If I Had a Million, George’s Bar.

PersonA


PersonA


$11.59


Personnel: Mark Noseworthy (vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, electric 12-string guitar); Nicolo Aglietti, Christian Letts (vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Stewart Cole (vocals, trumpet, baritone horn, organ, Hammond b-3 organ, pump organ); Mitchell Yoshida (vocals, baritone horn, piano, percussion); Orpheo McCord (vocals, marimba, drums, timpani, percussion); Seth Ford Young (vocals, double bass, electric bass); Josh Collazo (vocals, drums); Christopher Crash Richard (vocals, percussion). Audio Mixers: Nicolo Aglietti; Alex Ebert. Recording information: Piety Street Recording, New Orleans; United Recording, Los Angeles. Photographers: Alex Ebert; Tao Ruspoli; Stewart Cole. For their fourth LP, PersonA, Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros changed up their process, gathering the whole band into a single room to write and record as a group for the first time. The all-for-one concept is illustrated with cover art that redacts Edward Sharpe and with red lines. If alter ego Edward Sharpe is gone, the soulful quiver of bandleader Alex Ebert remains, as does the occasionally foot-stomping psychedelia of the now ten-piece ensemble (with the departure of co-singer Jade Castrinos). Here, however, the attack is more refined, with most songs showcasing musicianship and expression over ramshackle celebration. This quality shines on a track like Hot Coals. A jazz-infused, meter-shifting lament, it mostly rides along on piano and drums but picks up and drops off instruments along the way, eventually concluding with a trippy jam that integrates brass, organ, and spooky effects. It’s one of a diverse set of songs that also includes the scat-charged Wake Up the Sun, which nearly ends in a Give Peace a Chance-like singalong until it morphs into a choral-instrumental jam. As is usual for the group, the album holds other echoes of the Beatles, such as the tender Somewhere, a part-Harrison, part-McCartney songwriting tude. Meanwhile, Uncomfortable is an i

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