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On first thought, the idea of the Man in Black recording such covers as "Bridge over Troubled Water," "Danny Boy," and "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" might seem odd, even for an artist who's been able to put his personal stamp on just about everything. But American IV: The Man Comes Around… read more →
GOODBYE WORRIES is a program that trains your mind, through the power of hypnosis and meditation, to effectively control worrisome thoughts. It is the second in the series the CALMING COLLECTION. The first of the series is SLEEP SOLUTIONS. Several techniques are provided on both CD's ,including medi… read more →
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The Doors recorded six studio albums with Jim Morrison as their singer from 1967 to 1971, hitting the charts with a series of pop songs that were at least as good as Tommy James and the Shondells. On their albums, they indulged in Morrison's pretentious obsessions that included extended pieces about… read more →
It's Henry Rollins as standup comedian! Airport gags and all! He's good at it, too, and this two-disc "talking record" is far more enlightening and entertaining than his angry poetry or his hard-rock histrionics. After all, how many times can he scream about his pain before we all get a little numb?… read more →
Carroll was a New York poet living in California when punk exploded in the late 1970s. He rightly sensed that punk was as much a lyrical stance as a musical one. Inspired by contemporaries like Patti Smith and Richard Hell, Carroll found himself a band and started spewing his literate and often fata… read more →
25 homespun hymns from one of America's best-loved actors (and no stranger to the recording studio-remember What It Was, Was Football ?). Includes Shall We Gather at the River; Will the Circle Be Unbroken; The Old Rugged Cross; When the Saints Go Marching In; How Great Thou Art , and more.
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