• American Prodigal (Deluxe Edition)


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  • The Very Next Thing


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  • All-Time Greatest Hymns

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  • Brave Enough

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  • Memories for My Grandchild: A Keepsake to Remember (Grandparent's Memory Book)

    Don't you wish your grandmother had written down her life story? This journal enables you to write down yours!Guided questions and prompts will help you tell your grandchildren (and great-grandchildren to come) all about your childhood and teen years; your education, love, and marriage; work, community, religion, military service; parenthood and fa...

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  • Echoes (Deluxe Edition)

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  • Songs 4 Worship Ultimate (The Greatest Praise & Worship Songs of All Time)

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  • Best Loved Bluegrass: 20 All-Time Favorites

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  • Snoop Dogg Presents Bible of Love [Clean]

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  • Best Loved Hymns

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  • All Things Work Together

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  • Best Worship Songs of All Time

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  • God's Reasons

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  • All at Once

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  • Personnel: McCoy Tyner (piano); Gary Bartz (saxophone); Terence Blanchard (trumpet); Christian McBride (bass instrument); Lewis Nash (drums).Recording information: Avatar, New York, New York (11/18/2003 - 11/19/2003).ILLUMINATIONS finds McCoy Tyner, some 40 years after his best-known work (as a member of John Coltrane's legendary early-1960s quartet), still kicking. Tyner's energies as a session leader, composer, and ever-progressive musician haven't flagged since the mid-'60's, when the pianist started heading his own dates. On this 2004 album, as per usual, Tyner has surrounded himself with some of the finest personnel in jazz, including bassist Christian McBride, sax player Gary Bartz, and trumpeter Terence Blanchard.Tyner's music is appealing for its balance of familiar hard-bop vocabulary and intricately wrought structures--it is rhythmic and accessible, yet intellectually engaging. Tyner plays with great vigor, mixing virtuoso classical flourishes with bold chords and dazzlingly complex solos. His compositions here touch on avant-bebop ("The Chase"), Latin groove ("Angelina"), and smooth swing (the title track--on which all the musicians get a chance to stretch out). Blanchard's playing is especially notable, substantiating the melody lines in the chorus and blazing on the solos (as on "New Orleans Stomp," driven by a classic second-line beat). The high quality of music here--in conception and execution--should come as no surprise to long-time fans of Tyner or his sidemen.

    Mccoy Tyner - Illuminations (SACD NEW)Label: TelarcFormat: SACDRelease Date: 22 Jun 2004No. of Discs: 1UPC: 089408359965Details1. Illuminations2. Angelina3. New Orleans Stomp4. Come Rain Or Come Shine5. Soulstice6. Blessings7. If I Should Lose You8. The Chase9.

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  • It's easy to bemoan the Grammy Awards, particularly when it comes to the committee's understanding of rap. The first winner of the Best Rap Record was "Parents Just Don't Understand" by DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince, so what do they know. Well, more than one might think, as evidenced by the track listing of nominees on this surprisingly beguiling collection. Everyone from Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott to Dr. Dre to, yes, Grammy fave Will Smith is represented on this compilation. They might even have selected the best hip-hop song of 1999 in The Roots' "The Next Movement." The Philly Crew appears again for their luscious collaboration with Erykah Badu "You Got Me." Eminem's "My Name Is" for all its unabashed white-boy rap leanings, was hard to hate, let alone ignore. Then there's Nas' "I Am" to account for the harder-edged contingent. Okay, some important artists of 1999 are overlooked; there's nothing by Mos Def, Pharoah Monche, or any of the various Wu-Tangers who released top-notch albums during 1999. However, for those who might doubt the Grammys, this compilation is eye-opening. Then again, looking back, "Parents Just Don't Understand" was pretty fun at the time.


    • UPC: 3463394

  • 100 Best Albums Of All Time - eBook

    The 100 Best Albums of all Time announces and elaborates on the best albums of released since music gave birth to rock and roll. From the opening snare shot that was heard around the world

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  • Classic Sermon Outlines : Over 100 Sermon Outlines by 3 of the Best Known Preachers of All Time


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  • The Celebrity 411 : Spotlight on All Time Low, Including Their Performances in Music Festivals, Best Selling Albums Such as the Party Scene, Nothing Personal, Famous Hit Singles, Associated Acts, and More

    The Celebrity 411: Spotlight on All Time Low, Including Their Performances in Music Festivals, Best Selling Albums Such as the Party

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  • All Time Best Album (CD)

    Japanese pressing comes in a special case. Toshiba.

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  • 100 Best Albums of All Time

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  • 100 Praise & Worship Songs

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