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Muzyka>Rhythm & Blues / Soul
1. Jones, Booker T. - I Was Born To Love You 2. Hayes, Isaac - Precious, Precious 3. Isbell, Alvertis - Send Peace & Harmony Home 4. Jones, Booker T. - Soul Limbo 5. Floyd, Eddie - I've Never Found A Girl (To Love Me 6. Bramlett, Delaney - It's Been A Long Time Coming 7. Crawford, Dave - What A Man 8. Davis, B.b. - I Like Everything About You 9. Daye, Johnny - Stay Baby Stay 10. Jones, Booker T. - Private Number 11. Crutcher, Bettye - So Nice 12. Banks, Homer - Long Walk To D.c. 13. Hayes, Isaac - Give 'Em Love 14. Floyd, Eddie - Funky Mississippi 15. Spector, Phil - Lovin' Feeling 16. Ragni, Gerome - Where Do I Go? 17. Cropper, Steve - Bed Of Roses 18. Cooke, Sam - Bring It On Home To Me 19. Banks, Homer - It's Unbelievable (How You Control 20. Davis, Don - Who's Making Love 21. Merriwether, Arthur - Mighty Cold Winter 22. Frontiere, Dominic - Hang 'Em High 23. Floyd, Eddie - You're Leaving Me 24. Alexander, James - Copy Cat 25. Bell, William - I Forgot To Be Your Lover 26. Ashford, Nickolas - Running Out 27. Hayes, Isaac - My Baby Specializes 28. Hayes, Isaac - I'll Understand 101. Banks, Homer - The Ghetto 102. King, Albert - Blues Power 103. Elliot, Richard - The Echo 104. Arnold, Calvin - Funky Way 105. Banks, Homer - Take Care Of Your Homework 106. Banks - I Like What You're Doing (To Me) 107. Cropper, Steve - I've Got To Have Your Love 108. Hayes, Isaac - Let 'Em Down Baby 109. Jones, Booker T. - Love Is Here Today & Gone Tomor 110. Hayes, Isaac - It Ain't Long Enough 111. Hayes, Isaac - Mellow Way You Treat Your Man 112. Jones, Booker T. - Private Number 113. Dunn, Donald - Time Is Tight 114. Jones, Booker T. - Double Or Nothing 115. Redding, Otis - (Sittin On ) The Dock Of The Bay 116. Hutchinson, Sheila - So I Can Love You 117. Jones, Allen - Don't Stop Dancing (To The Music) ( 118. Turbinton, Wilson - One More Chance 119. Dotson, Jimmy - I Wanna Be Good (To You) 120. Miller, Art - Finger Lickin' Good 121. Hayes, Isaac - Tighten Up My Thang 122. Bell, William - My Whole World Is Falling Down 123. Clinton Jr., George - Testify (I Wonna) 124. Jones, Allan - Drowning On Dry Land 125. Rakes, Pal - Do The Cissy 126. Jones, Booker T. - Don't Tell Your Mama (Where You 201. Simon, Paul - Mrs. Robinson 202. Floyd, Eddie - Love's Sweet Sensation 203. Crutcher, Bettye - Just Because Your Love Is Gone 204. Barnes, J.j. - Chains Of Love 205. Jones, Booker T. - Happy 206. Banks, Homer - The Challenge 207. Banks, Homer - Soul-a-lujah 208. Floyd, Eddie - Never, Never Let You Go 209. Wilson, Clyde - Just Keep On Lovin' Me 210. Floyd, Eddie - I Need You Woman 211. Frierson, Johnnie - I've Got A Feeling 212. Banks, Homer - It's Time To Pay For The Fun (We've 213. Banks, Homer - I Could Never Be President 214. Webb, Jimmy - By The Time I Get To Phoenix 215. Hager, Joan - Long & Lonely World 216. Barry, John - Midnight Cowboy 217. Thomas, Carla - I've Fallen In Love With You 218. Jones, Booker T. - Slum Baby 219. Hayes, Isaac - The Best Part Of A Love Affair 220. By The Time I Get To Phoenix 221. Hayes, Isaac - Original Version 222. Bacharach, Burt - Walk On By 223. Hooker, John Lee - Tupelo (Part 1) 224. Cropper, Steve - Water 225. Hayes, Isaac - The Sweeter He Is (Part 1) 226. Briggs, Freddy - You're Driving Me (To The Arms Of 301. Jones, Allen - Open Up Your Heart (Let Me In) 302. Floyd, Eddie - Why Is The Wine Sweeter (On The Oth 303. Stewart, Randall - When Will We Be Paid 304. Hooker, John Lee - Grinder Man 305. Jones, Booker T. - Born Under A Bad Sign 306. Womack, Bobby - What You Gonna Do 307. Chalmers, Sandra - I'm So Glad 308. Bridges, Fred - Beautiful Feelings (Single Mix) 309. Banks, Homer - Your Love Was Strange 310. Isbell, Alvertis - Love Bones 311. Bramlett, Bonnie - Hard To Say Goodbye 312. Barnes, J.j. - Got To Get Rid Of You 313. Milner, Reggie - Habit Forming Love 314. Lewis, Robert - My Thing Is A Moving Thing 315. Hayes, Isaac - Stealing Love 316. Hayes, Isaac - When Tomorrow Comes 317. King, Albert - Wrapped Up In Love Again (Vocal) 318. Thomas, Jr., Rufus - Do The Funky Chicken 319. Jones, Booker T. - California Girl 320. Hayes, Bernie - Tribute To A Black Woman (Part 1) 321. Alexander, James - Sang & Dance 322. Hayes, Isaac - Hold On I'm Coming 323. Banks, Homer - Love's Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Do 324. Hines, Earnest - Help Me Put Out The Flame (In My 325. Banks, Homer - Black Boy 401. Banks, Homer - Bracing Myself For The Fall 402. Bryant, Boudleaux - All I Have To Do Is Dream 403. Darling, Jean - Singing About Love 404. Banks, Homer - Goodies 405. Hester, Tony - Just The Way You Are Today 406. Willis, Aaron - The Creeper Returns 407. Davis, Don - Guide Me Well (45 Version) 408. Scharf, Stuart - Give A Damn 409. Hughes, Jimmie - Steal Away 410. Briggs, Freddie - Your Sweet Lovin' 411. Butler, William - I Forget To Remember 412. Lee, Larry - Can't See You When I Want To 413. Hathaway, Donny - Never Be True 414. King, Albert - Can't You See What You're Doing To 415. Ward, William Thomas - Sixty Minute Man (Part 2) 416. Richardson, Jape - Preacher & The Bear 417. Harrison, George - Something 418. Briggs, Freddie - Seeing Is Believin' 419. Hester, Tony - You're My Only Temptation 420. Soule, George - What I Don't Know Won't Hurt Me 421. Dixon, Willie - Right, Tight & Out Of Sight 422. Anderson, John W. - (What's Under) The Natural Do 501. White, Ronald - My Girl 502. Jordan, David - I Have Learned To Do Without You 503. Harper - Play The Music Tornados 504. Carter, Calvin - Lonely Soldier 505. Willis, Vince - Heart Association 506. Butler, Jerry - I Stand Accused 507. Kooper, Al - Brand New Day 508. Briggs, Freddie - Sweeter Tomorrow 509. Anderson, Gene - Cool Strut 510. Rice, Bonny - You Put The Sunshine Back In My Worl 511. Bloom, Bobby - Montego Bay 512. Robinson, Rudy - Got It Together (Parts 1 & 2) 513. Lewis, Ramsey - Wade In The Water 514. Tate, Tommy - You're Movin' Much Too Fast 515. Cropper, Steve - The Best Years Of My Life 516. Snyder, Arthur - I Am Somebody (Part 2) 517. Levine - I Loved You Like I Love My Very Life 518. Pashkot, Jim - Soul Machine 519. Nixon, Tom - (Follow Her) Rules & Regulations 520. Thomas, Jr., Rufus - (Do The) Push & Pull (Part 1) 521. Lumbus, Carl - Love Changes 522. Porter, David - Put Your World In My World (Best O 523. Crutcher - Love Is Plentiful 601. Barry - Heavy Makes You Happy (Sha-na-boom Boom) 602. Parker, Deanie - Who Took The Merry Out Of Christm 603. Banks, Homer - Too Many Lovers 604. Staples, Pervis - Black Christmas 605. Hayes, Isaac - The Mistletoe & Me 606. Hunter, Ivy - Ask The Lonely 607. Davis, Don - Jody's Got Your Girl & Gone 608. Lebeau, Roni - Finish Me Off 609. Floyd, Eddie - Oh, How It Rained 610. Bacharach, Burt - The Look Of Love 611. Triplett - Electrified Love 612. Cropper, Steve - Melting Pot 613. Drapkin, Christina - That's The Way I Like It (I L 614. Washington, Carrol - Mr. Big Stuff 615. Crutcher, Bettye - You Make Me Want To Love You 616. Dozier, Lamont - Stop! In The Name Of Love 617. Davis, Melvin - I Don't Wanna Lose You 618. Bridges, Jo - (Girl) I Love You 619. Thomas, Jr., Rufus - The World Is Round 620. Crutcher, Bettye - A Penny For Your Thoughts 621. Davis, Clifton - Never Can Say Goodbye 622. Rice, Mack - I Don't Want To Be Like My Daddy 701. Robinson, Jr., William - You've Got To Earn It 702. Barnes, J.j. - Hold On To It 703. Hester, Tony - Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get 704. Dixon, Willie - Born Too Late 705. Hughes, Jimmy - Just Ain't Strong As I Used To Be 706. Briggs, Dorothy - That Other Woman Got My Man & Go 707. Porter, David - If You Think It (You May As Well D 708. Arnold, Calvin - Shame On The Family Name 709. Cropper, Steve - Blood Is Thicker Than Water 710. Hester, Tony - Hijackin' Love 711. Van Peebles, Melvin - Sweetback's Theme 712. Floyd, Eddie - The Breakdown (Part 1) 713. Crutcher, Bettye - Pin The Tail On The Donkey 714. Moore, Leon - Them Hot Pants 715. Smith - If That Ain't A Reason (For You Woman To L 716. Banks, Homer - It's Good To Be Careful (But It's B 717. Cobb, Joe - Where Would You Be Today 718. Nix, Don - Everybody Wants To Go To Heaven 719. Reese, William Lloyd - Got To Get Away From It All 720. Terry, A. - Love's Creeping Up On Me 721. Hayes, Isaac - Show Me How 722. Lebeau, Roni - If I Give It Up, I Want It Back 723. Crutcher, Bettye - A Woman Named Trouble 801. Giles, Elbert W. - Losing Boy 802. Ingram, Luther - Respect Yourself (Single Edit) 803. Jewel, S. - I'll Kick A Brick (About My Man) 804. Broussard, Joseph - You Think You're Hot Stuff 805. Bell, William - All For The Love Of A Woman 806. Hayes, Isaac - Theme From Shaft 807. Dunn, Donald Duck - Jamaica, This Morning 808. Arnold, Calvin - Gone! The Promises Of Yesterday 809. Lance, Major - Girl, Come On Home 810. Clinton, George - (Let Hurt Put You In The) Loser' 811. Brown, W. - My Baby Love 812. March, Myrna - How Do You Move A Mountain 813. Ellis, T. - Black Nasty Boogie (Part 6) 814. Rice, Bonny - Do The Funky Penguin (Part 1) 815. Banks, Homer - You've Got A Cushion To Fall On 816. Hester, Tony - Get Up & Get Down 817. Banks, Homer - Son Of Shaft 818. Mitchell, Phillip - Don't Cha Mess With My Money, 819. Cropper, Steve - I Can Smell That Funky Music 820. Kaye - A Sadness For Things 821. Campbell, Milton - That's What Love Will Make You 822. Barker, Kent - Standing In For Jody
Tjanting Salt Publishing
Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna
Space heater. Writing gathers around the pigeons. This line leads to Uranus. Nun census. Silver fork upon a chipped blue plate. I saw sleeping bag, pillows in the Buick's back. The companionship of refrigerator's hum. This is beginning I again began not. Salt shaker tall as coffee's mug. Dented Opel's orange fender. Gray dawn. On the rain falls Spain mainly in the brain. Smudges forming fingertips on the back door's windows. X-ray reads gold-leaf sign on the glass. First sound of roommates beginning to stir. Grey into yellow comes sky to the room. Each page, once tree, soon shall be ash. Leather chipping, flaking off the tattered jacket. A woman who wears sweat pants. Detestimonialist. Don't sneeze on cat. Predictable boots worn by Frye people. Potholders old and dark. Ridges by bridges. Knife blade streaked with butter. That bus coming back this way. Rough surface of cat's tongue. Pin koans. Clutter of seeds, oils, spices atop the side board. Uganda Liquors.Pedestrians scamper across in the sun. Stake each sentence out. Call this 5 Corners. Knot this knot. Ball bounced into the panda plant. Cups fill the cupboard. Aliens from other planets are perfectly visible. Tamal is a half-name in the place of the name. The squeak of faucets. I was on the road discovered. Ash "tray." Yellow caterpillar tractor. Ashtray fills up. Waking is in each instant I am. Across, then down and across. Her tone to him through long years of rough intimacy was at once tender and gruff. Begin each letter at the top. Not this. Pit bull's spittle as it snarls. I saw a burgundy filling the clear vial at needle's end, my blood. Liquid detergent. Ing the trap bears ed. Roach holder made of a matchbook. She never lookd this way, whose face I sought a glimpse of. Free write each day. My fingers counted between nine and eleven.Any symbol is a contrary seen in a positive light. A specific shape, complex amd nameable, to each cloud. Sky pilot. Factory filld with sunrise. Scraping paper, leaving tracks. Forklift to timeclock of montage and cut. Call this tracing. 3 wooden rainwarpd chairs in the (back) yard. Fence is a verb. Scratch that. Each word in Max 3 meant polis. In the mind mines gape. Tell that to the Possum. Words tried to imagine. Coffee ground spilld on the stove top. Bare nap rugs on the cat. Mouth open, take a deep breath, say Ah. On the far gray bay side haze hued the hill.Rush of footsteps upstairs. Bathetic. In a middle that is not yet the middle. The mock coolness of the air-conditiond underground. Hours alter colors of the page. Grease sizzles, spitting on the stove top. Words vary. Swam past sand sharks. An idea of land's end. Pale luncher. An eternal groove around record's center. 4-tunneld city and 7 its hills. Owl light.Impaired eyes, desert rocks are attributed evenly throughout the pain. Red water. We saw on the sea sails. Stoppage makes the line. Translicity elects the voice. Cowabonga. But you dependent for what comes thru. Call it dogface. Know all blame, same difference. Doors "ajar." I glimpse the machinery of the modern dentist thru windows. Pills on my Tarot. Shade throws the light lamp. Pacific Palisades. Write between light green lines. Beer in waxed cups. Noon's rise mooning. Someone must make awnings. On the bus home from work, squinting at a thick printout. On a bus in dawn heavy fog, on my way to meet Taggart. Smouldering sienna. One ideogram, meaning lunch, middle or China. The familiar smell suddenly of balsawood and Testor's in a hospital corridor.My nose, seen as a waterfall. Disfeel an ease. Cary Grant on the face of George Washington. Or the faces of watchers through a window at sunset, their skin blue by the dim light of the telly. Once on the bus, took his shoes off. Detains, denotes detonation. His eyes enlarged by his glasses.
Cheiro's Book of Numbers Ancient Wisdom Publications
Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna
Chaldean Numerology could answer all of the questions you might have about your life's path. Numbers and Names and the date of our birth have profound effect upon our life's. All these things are not accidental and everything happens at the precise time, as the Universe is choreographed to perfection. Cheiro was a well known clairvoyant in his time, will show you the mysteries of numbers according to the Chaldean Numerology. As mentioned in his memoirs, Cheiro acquired his expertise in India. As a teenager, he traveled to the Bombay port of Apollo Bunder. There, he met his Guru, an Indian Brahmin, who took him to his village in the valley of the Konkan region of Maharashtra. Later Cheiro was permitted by Brahmans to study an ancient book that has many studies on hands; the pages of the book were made of human skin and written with gold and it is still guarded and protected with great care. After studying thoroughly for two years, he returned to London and started his career as a palmist. He had a wide following of famous European and American clients during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He read palms and told the fortunes of famous celebrities like Mark Twain, W. T. Stead, Sarah Bernhardt, Mata Hari, Oscar Wilde, Grover Cleveland, Thomas Edison, the Prince of Wales, General Kitchener, William Ewart Gladstone, and Joseph Chamberlain. He documented his sittings with these clients by asking them to sign a guest book he kept for the purpose, in which he encouraged them to comment on their experiences as subjects of his character analyses and predictions. Of the Prince of Wales, he wrote that "I would not be surprised if he did not give up everything, including his right to be crowned, for the woman he loved." Cheiro also predicted that the Jews would return to Palestine and the country would again be called Israel.
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