Call Me Babagbose

Call Me Babagbose Author Damola Taiwo
ISBN-10 9781475986792
Release 2013-05-23
Pages 80
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My new book tells us how the animal affects one’s nature (atmospheric condition). These animals are the termites, insects, bees, ants, spiders, etc. The actual name I used for my main character is known as Baba Bose. However, I decided to combine the words together and I added the letter ‘G’ to the name to make it more unique. It’s a great native African name if not changed or combined. It’s a masculine name: Baba. Baba means ‘father’ or a ‘big man’ (Baba 0). Bose is a feminine name. For example: Baba Bose (The Father of ‘Bose’). However, it varies on how it is used. ABOUT THE CHARACTER: Babagbose has that characteristics of having pride and appreciation towards whatever comes around him. Although, he went through so many consequences and that made him stronger to withstand what was around him. However, he wasn’t able to face everything that he encountered. He was getting familiar with the creative environment.



A Different Drummer

A Different Drummer Author Herb Wasserman
ISBN-10 9780595147267
Release 2000
Pages 292
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A book about being a jazz and commercial musician in New York, and the author’s run-ins with crooks, cops, drugs, stars, and sex. If he were famous it would have no trouble selling a million copies. However, like the blurred picture, he is a famous unknown, an adventurous kid from Coney Island who managed to stumble into the world of music and make an original life for himself.



History of the Groove Healing Drummer

History of the Groove  Healing Drummer Author Russell Buddy Helm
ISBN-10 9781483576329
Release 2016-07-15
Pages 300
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Russell Buddy Helm was classically trained from the age of eight and has performed and recorded with many greats; Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Tim Buckley, Allman Brothers, Frank Zappa, Bethlehem Asylum, Mike Bloomfield, Kinky Friedman, Big Joe Turner, and many others. Also soundtracks for Ron Howard and other filmmakers. He wrote the Star Wars comic strips for George Lucas. He was also Post Production Supervisor for Dallas, Falconcrest, Knotts Landings, and other Lorimar television shows. Since 1987, he has been teaching drumming meditation in Santa Monica, California. He previously toured the US and Europe as a rock drummer in the Seventies then began touring again in 1990 across the US , Australia and Japan teaching healing drumming meditation to a growing number of people who are not always drummers but instinctively feel the desire to play a hand drum to experience healing grooves.



The Drummer s Almanac

The Drummer s Almanac Author Jon Cohan
ISBN-10 9780793566969
Release 1998
Pages 77
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(Book). This celebration of the art of drumming is a must-have for all drummers, beginning to advanced. With essential tips on techniques and tongue-in-cheek anecdotes, The Drummer's Almanac is informative and fun. Features lots of photos, interviews, quotes, jokes, tuning tips from the pros, maintenance info, studio stories, helpful hints, and so much more!



The Drummer s Complete Vocabulary as Taught by Alan Dawson

The Drummer s Complete Vocabulary as Taught by Alan Dawson Author John Ramsay
ISBN-10 0769265243
Release 1998-10
Pages 69
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Alan Dawson was a legendary drummer and educator, known for his work with the top artists in jazz as well as for his 18-year association with Berklee College of Music. This new text and CD combination was put together by John Ramsay, a prominent drummer in his own right and a former student of Dawson's. The book contains all the important techniques and concepts that Alan Dawson embraced in his own playing and subsequently taught to his students. The two CDs include some remastered audio examples from actual lessons taught by Dawson himself over the years. This is a highly comprehensive textbook from a jazz master.



The Great Drummers R B Funk Soul

The Great Drummers R B Funk   Soul Author JIM PAYNE
ISBN-10 9781609745820
Release 2010-09-08
Pages 248
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This 248 page book is an exciting documentation of the innovative period of the '60s and '70s when the rhythm of popular music was changed forever. Featured here are biographies, interviews, discographies and rare archival photos of more than 20 great drummers of R&B, funk and soul, including the drummers of James Brown, Earth, Wind and Fire, Otis Redding and Sly and the Family Stone. the true originators of the modern hip-hop beats tell their stories, and the history of the funk comes to life. Appropriate for music fans of all kinds, and all drummers: beginners thru advanced.



The Drummer

The Drummer Author Burr B. Anderson
ISBN-10 9781477297537
Release 2012-12-14
Pages 250
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In the city of Villa Park, California, retired businessman Fred Dupree lies dead in his home. His son Forrest, the drummer of an up-and-coming band, Purple Cinnamon, has both opportunity and motive working against him—his father was worth well over six million dollars. Enter Homicide Detective Christie Cloud, who upon investigation of the tampered crime scene begins to suspect that her colleagues’ belief in Forrest’s guilt might be premature. Following the vicious homicides of three more seniors, Cloud pursues leads across the Pacific Northwest, pitting her against a ruthless L.A. gang member. The first clue is discovered inside the files of a retired Southern California insurance salesman. The members of Forrest’s rock band are determined to prove that he is innocent, and end up in the middle of the Seattle strip club scene. Detective Cloud is introduced to the world of ecstasy distribution and the dark side of the billion-dollar insurance business and comes to learn how far those involved will go to protect their investments. The Drummer will challenge readers as they are thrust into a world of crime scene forensics, bizarre sex, and rock n’ roll.



Drummer Girl

Drummer Girl Author Bridget Tyler
ISBN-10 9781848776944
Release 2013-05-01
Pages 368
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It was supposed to be the summer of her life. Instead, seventeen-year-old Lucy finds her best friend Harper shot dead in an LA swimming pool. How did it come to this? Lucy Gosling is the drummer in Crush, a rock band formed by five London schoolgirls, that has just won the UK semi-final of an international talent contest. But when the band lands in Hollywood for the big final, things are not quite as they seem. Their lead singer, Harper, has just one thing on her mind - using sex, drugs and rock and roll, not to mention Crush itself, to win back her bad-news ex-boyfriend. Lucy must decide whether she's playing to Harper's tune, or setting the rhythm for the rest of the band...



A Drummer s Story

A Drummer s Story Author Warren Benbow
ISBN-10 9781543910285
Release 2017-08-09
Pages 224
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A Drummer's Story chronicles the adventures of Warren Benbow, a kid drummer just out of the High School of Performing Arts in New York City. His stories describe the changing world of jazz in the 1970s, from acoustic music to electric jazz fusion. Warren narrates his experiences with the legendary musicians he knew and played with. Names such as Whitney Houston, Nina Simone, Stevie Wonder, Miles Davis, Betty Carter, and James 'Blood' Ulmer. His memoir reflects not only the shifts within the sounds of Jazz, but the changing racial and political climate in America during the 60's and 70's.



Drummer s Luck

Drummer s Luck Author Jon Bezayiff
ISBN-10 1469719738
Release 2003-03-18
Pages 322
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DRUMMER’S LUCK is based upon actual events that occurred in America’s Revolutionary War at the surrender of Yorktown in 1781 when a young British drummer boy resolutely stood silhouetted on a parapet under fire from Continental riflemen to beat out a call to parley. DRUMMER’S LUCK begins on the grim streets of Edinburgh Scotland where Ossian, an orphaned choirboy of 11 is cruelly pressed into Britain’s Royal Navy to serve as a powder monkey aboard a ship of the line. Born under mysterious circumstances and raised by a secretive mother, Ossian is unaware his unknown father, chieftain of Scotland’s most powerful clan and a lethal duelist, is seeking him. Ossian learns to survive by wits and courage on a man of war that is little more than a floating prison as he begins a dangerous journey that will lead him from the horrors of eighteenth century naval warfare to the battlefields of Cornwallis' campaign in the Carolinas and Virginia. From the dangers of life at sea to the plantations of South Carolina, DRUMMER’S LUCK is the story of one young boy’s frightening discovery of his true identity while seeking a new life for himself in America.



The Drummer

The Drummer Author Joseph Addison
ISBN-10 BSB:BSB10745630
Release 1792
Pages 92
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The Drummer has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Drummer also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Drummer book for free.



Frank Manly the Drummer Boy

Frank Manly  the Drummer Boy Author John Townsend Trowbridge
ISBN-10 SRLF:A0011987161
Release 1876
Pages 334
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Frank Manly the Drummer Boy has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Frank Manly the Drummer Boy also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Frank Manly the Drummer Boy book for free.



Different Drummer

Different Drummer Author Jann Parry
ISBN-10 9780571274512
Release 2010-10-07
Pages 784
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Kenneth MacMillan's ballets are in constant demand by world-famous companies, particularly Romeo and Juliet, Manon and Mayerling. However, MacMillan was tormented by an acute sense of being an outsider, and often at odds with the institutions in which he worked. A real-life Billy Elliot from a Scottish working class family, MacMillan demonstrated a prodigious talent for dancing from an early age. Following the premature death of his mother, the young MacMillan sought an escape, and despite his father's disapproval, secured a place at Sadler's Wells. Paradoxically he found himself crippled by stage-fright during the height of his professional career, leaving him with only one option - choreography. He went on to produce ballets which defied convention and became renowned for challenging audiences. Despite criticism, MacMillan achieved international acclaim, becoming artistic director of both the Berlin Ballet and the Royal Ballet. On a personal level he found unexpected happiness with his wife and daughter in the later stages of his life, making it all the more tragic when he died suddenly at the age of 62. This stunning biography reveals a complex artist who fiercely guarded his own privacy, whilst his ballets communicated his darkest and most intimate thoughts.



The Drummer

The Drummer Author Editors of Modern Drummer Magazine
ISBN-10 9781476855899
Release 2010-08-01
Pages 176
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(Book). To mark the 30th-anniversary of the world's best-loved drum magazine, Modern Drummer , here is the first book to tell the complete tale of the modern drumset masters. A century of drumming is covered: from the founding fathers of jazz, to today's athletic, mind-altering rhythm wizards and everyone in between. Buddy Rich, John Bonham, Keith Moon, Elvin Jones, Max Roach, Ringo Starr, Levon Helm, Neil Peart and dozens of other drum gods are featured.



The Drummer s Widow

The Drummer s Widow Author Joanna FitzPatrick
ISBN-10 9780991654918
Release 2014-05-01
Pages 375
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The Drummer’s Widow by novelist, Joanna FitzPatrick, chronicles a woman facing life alone after losing her husband of thirty-five years. He was a famous drummer who traveled all over the world; she was his manager; they were inseparable; their partnership gave her life meaning. How could she live without him? Facing a drawer full of unpaid bills and the increasing cost of maintaining a Tribeca loft, Marisa realizes that the income she derives from editing Random House romance novels is not enough to stay where the walls and shelves are filled with familiar art, family photos, performance posters, and decades of collected memorabilia. She has either to move to a small, cozy apartment—her accountant’s suggestion—or rent out rooms. Choosing the latter and dismissing the risk of opening her home to a serial killer, Marisa rents to a tall, gel-spiked, orange-haired Goth named Cassandra and to Martin, an expelled-from-Juilliard, but extremely talented jazz guitarist. Cassandra purports to be a Pratt art student by day and a Bitter End bartender by night. In reality she is a singer running away from California, the fame of a glittering career, and a Svengali-like manager. Martin hears Cassandra adding words to one of his compositions and singing it one day and realizes she has a great deal more talent than any bartender/art student. Confronted, she confesses to her past life as the pop diva, “CiCi Belle,” and agrees to join Martin’s jazz band, eschewing her pop persona in favor of a Nina Simone style incarnation. Because of Marisa’s previous successful career in the music business, she and Martin ask her to manage them. Despite Marisa’s worries that her old promotion skills of plastering lampposts with band notices and knowing just the right impresario to call have been replaced by courting thousands of Facebook friends, tweeting to fan followers, and knowing how to make PR material go viral, she agrees. Like never forgetting how to ride a bicycle, Marisa quickly spins into the world of promoting musicians with the skills and shrewdness that never left her and books “The Martin Starks Trio with special guest CiCi Belle” on a European tour ending up at the world famous Montreux Music Festival. How she, Martin, Cassandra, and all the back-up characters in this compelling and complex novel deal with the harmonies and discords along the way to fame makes The Drummer’s Widow a masterful yet unidealized view of those under the lights and those who stand in the wings. Marisa discovers that she and Cassandra have much in common including their unwillingness to let go of their losses and move forward in their lives. Prior to taking on the challenge that Cassandra and Martin gave her, Marisa’s life after the death of her husband consisted of using the Yale Club library to edit bodice-ripping novels and the club gym to keep fit. With the exception of having to deal occasionally with some annoying members of her co-op building, she rebuffed most efforts of others trying to enter her life. She really wants to be a writer and finish the memoir of her Hollywood rock scene experience, entitled Sha La La. Marisa's deceased husband, Jules, stays with her in her mind and voices encouragement to push on. Cassandra's former manager and lover, Ryan, follows her, waiting for the opportunity to reclaim his valuable property. Just as the identity and uniqueness of a musician’s album is made up of many cuts with different timbres, shades, colors, and surprises, so too does FitzPatrick’s novel reveal the great work that is Marisa’s life. As Marisa grapples with her new independence, she discovers a hidden strength and a revival of the possibility “to find the treasure” in living.



The World Calls Me Sex Offender

The World Calls Me Sex Offender Author James Clagen
ISBN-10 9781425935955
Release 2006-05-01
Pages 184
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What has the world called you in the past? What beliefs do you hold about yourself? Do you view yourself in light of what you did in the past? Is it possible that what you believe could be wrong? This is a true story about a person who committed a sex crime. It is also a story about restoration by the grace of God. This book could very well change your life forever and change how you view other people. It is full of the author's "closet of skeletons" and reveals how to remove them from your own life. It touches on addictions of all sorts and the way to overcome them. It also talks about how this world deals with people that they don't understand. "And you shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free" (John 8: 32 NKJV)



Drummer

Drummer Author George C. Richardson
ISBN-10 9780595153596
Release 2001-04-01
Pages 82
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Drummer!! A story of courage and determination set during the American Civil War. A young slave, Johnny Jackson, escapes from a Confederate officer claiming to own him. Late one night Johnny runs away when he learns that a Union infantry unit is camped only five miles north of the rebels. Arriving at the Union camp, Johnny is befriended by a Union major and later by a young white drummer, Jacob Smith. Johnny is allowed to march with the Union Army back to Frederick, Maryland, but is disappointed when he is not allowed to join the white unit as a drummer. The major informs Johnny that a Colored Infantry Unit is being formed at Camp William Penn near Philadelphia, Pennsylavania, and helps him to find transportation to Baltimore. While in Baltimore Johnny has to evade three sailors and a bounty hunter to keep his freedom. He finally stows away on a train to Philadelphia, where he once again escapes the bounty hunter's snare. Johnny is permitted to join the First Pennsylvania Colored Infantry and becomes the drummer for Company A. After being wounded in battle be returns to Baltimore and to a job he never expected. George C. Richardson lives in Arvada, Colorado with his wife Dinah, an elementary school librarian. George is a member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators.