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Alive AG Watergate 19 House Musik CD Soul Clap
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Dieser DJ-Mix wurde live nur mit Vinyl auf dem Watergate Open Air aufgenommen. Soul Clap gehören der Wolf+Lamb Family an und sind seit einer halben Dekade eines der vielbeschäftigsten Duos der DJ Welt.nnSOUL CLAP aka Eli Goldstein und Charles Levine gehören der Wolf+Lamb Family an und sind seit eine halben Dekade eines der vielbeschäftigsten Duos der DJ Welt. Von jeher geht es ihnen wenig um Genres. Soul Clap vermischen die Elemente von Philadelphia Soul, Disco, Chicago House, Garage, Detroit Techno, Wave oder Boogie und haben für sich perfektioniert, unterschiedlichste Tempi zu mixen. Ihre eklektischen DJ Sets bestechen durch deepe Grooves, discoesquen House Beats und stets auch einer Prise R&B. Mit dem aktuellen Mix treten die Macher des Watergate-Clubs und Label hinaus in das helle Licht des Tages. Dieser Mix wurde live am 26. Juli auf dem Watergate Open Air am späten Nachmittag aufgenommen, als Soul Clap auf der Beach Stage ein famoses und elektrisierendes Vinyl-only Set abfeuerten. Die asugelassene Stimmung ist spürbar! Aufgelegt wurden Tracks von Roy Davis Jr, Chez Damier, Ron Trent, Mike Dunn, Idjut Boys und vielen anderen. TRACKS: 01. Chocolate City - Taxi Luv 02. Alexander East - Hazy Shade Of Love 03. Roy Davis Jr. - The Beautiful One 04. Jake Childs - Back to Basics 05. To-Ka Project - Turn On Tune In (To-Ka Blowout Mix) 06. LawnChair Generals - Sweet Nothing 07. AK - Say That You Love Me (FK-EK Percussive Dub) 08. Mike Dunn - Dance U Mutha 09. Fédéric Galliano & The African Divas - Koukou Lé (Jori Hulkkonen Remix) 10. Idjut Boys - Implant (Full Frontal) 11. Leo Young & E Vineenzini - Mr. Cosmico 12. Francois Dubois - Roy's Groove 13. Chez Damier - A 2 1/2 Step 14. Scott Grooves - Expansions feat. Roy Ayers (The Pyramid Jazz Fusion Mix) 15. Ron Trent - Traveler - Deep Art Sounds

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 28.09.2020
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A Blind Man's Quest
29,90 CHF *
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This book began with a phrase of a friend, a musician, a few days before he ended up in psychiatric unit permanently. We were sitting outside a bar at night, and he saw a young man walking wearing sunglasses. He told me, 'A blind man who sees at night,' which is the title of the book in Greek. This phrase was the fuel of my inspiration to write this book, which moves between fantasy and reality, symbolism and surrealism together, in a fusion of prose and poetry, positive and negative, history and icons, dreams, voices, and sounds. When I was writing it, I felt like being in a pandemonium of senses, logic, and unconscious scripture. The quest is the course in life's path to find the real inside. Who am I? Why should I follow the ordinary steps in life? What is the cause of all these rules, while the lawyers say the rules are to be violated? The Fish-Man is my option of our lives; everybody watches behind glasses, like the fish in the aquarium. Somehow all of us have been in front of a crossroad of decisions-our choice rules and ruled, our management of our lives, failure and success, negative or positive. What is right for today may be wrong for tomorrow. The fear of our choice, it is like the film of Luis Buñuel called Angel Exterminator, while the heroes were encapsulated. A Blind Man's Quest is a symbolic-surrealistic novel that 'watches' the social history, the antiquity with today in a non-time environment, with fantastic creatures from horror tales or from my imagination. The place is the Greek environment, though it is unspecific. The dreams are referred. The first at December '44 in Athens; while in the British territories, people should walk with their hands up behind their heads. The other at '99, in Athens too; it's the same global story with the international stock market fraud. While all kinds of people invested their money on the stock market, and you could observe the whole society, from housekeepers to taxi drivers, listening to the stock market live on the radio or watching the ribbons at the bottom of TV showing numbers and green and red arrows. They were once more encapsulated. The circles we made. The backslides in our lives are the colors of our society.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 28.09.2020
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A Tale of Two Cities - Santo Domingo and New Yo...
49,90 CHF *
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In the second half of the twentieth century Dominicans became New York City's largest, and poorest, new immigrant group. They toiled in garment factories and small groceries, and as taxi drivers, janitors, hospital workers, and nannies. By 1990, one of every ten Dominicans lived in New York. A Tale of Two Cities tells the fascinating story of this emblematic migration from Latin America to the United States. Jesse Hoffnung-Garskof chronicles not only how New York itself was forever transformed by Dominican settlement but also how Dominicans' lives in New York profoundly affected life in the Dominican Republic. A Tale of Two Cities is unique in offering a simultaneous, richly detailed social and cultural history of two cities bound intimately by migration. It explores how the history of burgeoning shantytowns in Santo Domingo--the capital of a rural country that had endured a century of intense U.S. intervention and was in the throes of a fitful modernization--evolved in an uneven dialogue with the culture and politics of New York's Dominican ethnic enclaves, and vice versa. In doing so it offers a new window on the lopsided history of U.S.-Latin American relations. What emerges is a unique fusion of Caribbean, Latin American, and U.S. history that very much reflects the complex global world we live in today.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 28.09.2020
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A Blind Man's Quest
15,99 € *
zzgl. 3,00 € Versand

This book began with a phrase of a friend, a musician, a few days before he ended up in psychiatric unit permanently. We were sitting outside a bar at night, and he saw a young man walking wearing sunglasses. He told me, 'A blind man who sees at night,' which is the title of the book in Greek. This phrase was the fuel of my inspiration to write this book, which moves between fantasy and reality, symbolism and surrealism together, in a fusion of prose and poetry, positive and negative, history and icons, dreams, voices, and sounds. When I was writing it, I felt like being in a pandemonium of senses, logic, and unconscious scripture. The quest is the course in life's path to find the real inside. Who am I? Why should I follow the ordinary steps in life? What is the cause of all these rules, while the lawyers say the rules are to be violated? The Fish-Man is my option of our lives; everybody watches behind glasses, like the fish in the aquarium. Somehow all of us have been in front of a crossroad of decisions-our choice rules and ruled, our management of our lives, failure and success, negative or positive. What is right for today may be wrong for tomorrow. The fear of our choice, it is like the film of Luis Buñuel called Angel Exterminator, while the heroes were encapsulated. A Blind Man's Quest is a symbolic-surrealistic novel that 'watches' the social history, the antiquity with today in a non-time environment, with fantastic creatures from horror tales or from my imagination. The place is the Greek environment, though it is unspecific. The dreams are referred. The first at December '44 in Athens; while in the British territories, people should walk with their hands up behind their heads. The other at '99, in Athens too; it's the same global story with the international stock market fraud. While all kinds of people invested their money on the stock market, and you could observe the whole society, from housekeepers to taxi drivers, listening to the stock market live on the radio or watching the ribbons at the bottom of TV showing numbers and green and red arrows. They were once more encapsulated. The circles we made. The backslides in our lives are the colors of our society.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 28.09.2020
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A Tale of Two Cities - Santo Domingo and New Yo...
38,99 € *
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In the second half of the twentieth century Dominicans became New York City's largest, and poorest, new immigrant group. They toiled in garment factories and small groceries, and as taxi drivers, janitors, hospital workers, and nannies. By 1990, one of every ten Dominicans lived in New York. A Tale of Two Cities tells the fascinating story of this emblematic migration from Latin America to the United States. Jesse Hoffnung-Garskof chronicles not only how New York itself was forever transformed by Dominican settlement but also how Dominicans' lives in New York profoundly affected life in the Dominican Republic. A Tale of Two Cities is unique in offering a simultaneous, richly detailed social and cultural history of two cities bound intimately by migration. It explores how the history of burgeoning shantytowns in Santo Domingo--the capital of a rural country that had endured a century of intense U.S. intervention and was in the throes of a fitful modernization--evolved in an uneven dialogue with the culture and politics of New York's Dominican ethnic enclaves, and vice versa. In doing so it offers a new window on the lopsided history of U.S.-Latin American relations. What emerges is a unique fusion of Caribbean, Latin American, and U.S. history that very much reflects the complex global world we live in today.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 28.09.2020
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