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Wartime Memories - 2839403414

82,49 zł



1. Vera Lynn - The White Cliffs Of Dover 2. Doreen Stevens - Wish Me Luck 3. Billy Cotton And His Band - Kiss Me Goodnight Se 4. The Two Leslies - We're Gonna Hang Out The Washi 5. Leslie A. Hutchinson ('hutch') - This Is Worth F 6. Flanagan And Allen - Run Rabbit Run 7. George Formby - Leaning On A Lampost 8. Gracie Fields - Sing As We Go 9. Joe Loss And His Orchestra - Hey Little Hen 10. Glenn Miller - Pennsylvania 6-5000 11. Deanna Durbin - Beneath The Lights Of Home 12. Binnie Hale - A Nice Cup Of Tea 13. Lew Stone And His Band - Wings Over The Navy 14. Tommy Dorsey - On The Sunny Side Of The Street 15. The Mills Brothers - Paper Doll 16. Artie Shaw - Begin The Beguine 17. Chick Henderson - The Breeze And I 18. Evelyn Laye - Let The People Sing 19. Arthur Askey - Get In Your Shelter 20. Geraldo - If I Only Had Wings 101. Glenn Miller - In The Mood 102. Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five - G.i. Jive 103. George Formby - Bless 'Em All 104. Vera Lynn - It's A Lovely Day Tomorrow 105. Bing Crosby - Swinging On A Star 106. Doris Day - My Dreams Are Getting Better All The 107. Alan Breeze - The Fleet's In Port Again 108. Harry James And His Orchestra - I've Heard That 109. Woody Herman - At The Woodchopper's Ball 110. Al Bowlly - Love Is The Sweetest Thing 111. Geraldo - All In Favour Say 'Aye' 112. Charlie Barnet - Skyliner 113. Anne Shelton - I'm Stepping Out With A Memory To 114. Gracie Fields - Now Is The Hour 115. Joe Loss And His Band - Somewhere In France With 116. Flanagan And Allen - If A Grey-haired Lady Says 117. Billy Cotton And His Band - I've Got Sixpence 118. The Andrews Sisters - I'll Be With You In Apple 119. The Ink Spots - When The Swallows Come Back To 120. Tommy Dorsey - Opus No. 1 201. Gracie Fields - Sally 202. Doris Day - Sentimental Journey 203. Glenn Miller - Tuxedo Junction 204. Irving Berlin - This Is The Army, Mr. Jones 205. The Andrews Sisters - Rum And Coco-cola 206. The Ink Spots - I'll Get By 207. Peggy Lee - How Deep Is The Ocean? 208. Frank Sinatra - Fools Rush In 209. Vaughn Monroe - There, I've Said It Again 210. The Mills Brothers - You Always Hurt The One You 211. Dorothy Carless - I'm Sending My Blessings 212. Deanna Burbin - Say A Prayer For The Boys Over T 213. Geraldo - We Must All Stick Together 214. Bing Crosby - Moonlight Becomes You 215. Vera Lynn - There's A New World Over The Skylin 216. Al Bowlly - There's A Boy Coming Home On Leave 217. Flanagan And Allen - The Smiths And The Jones 218. The Merry Macs - Jingle, Jangle Jingle 219. Leon Cortez - The Girl Who Loves A Soldier 220. Anne Shelton - Silver Wings In The Moonlight 301. Glenn Miller - I've Got A Gal In Kalamazoo 302. Vera Lynn - Yours 303. The Ink Spots - Maybe 304. Leslie A. Hutchinson ('hutch') - The London I Lo 305. Anne Shelton - Johnny Zero 306. Dorothy Carless - This Is No Laughing Matter 307. Dooley Wilson - As Time Goes By 308. Monte Rey - Amapola 309. Frank Sinatra - I Couldn't Sleep A Wink Last Nig 310. George Formby - Home Guard Blues 311. The Andrews Sisters - One Meat Ball 312. Ray Mckinley And Freddie Slack - Beat Me Daddy ( 313. Artie Shaw - Frenesi 314. Dinah Shore - A Pair Of Silver Wings 315. Chick Henderson - The Navy's Here 316. The Squadronaires - Drummin' Man 317. Bing Crosby And The Andrews Sisters - (There'll 318. Mills Brothers - Till Then 319. Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five - Caldonia 320. Cliff Edwards - When I See An Elephant Fly 401. Glenn Miller - American Patrol 402. Perry Como - Long Ago (And Far Away) 403. Jo Stafford - I Remember You 404. Vera Lynn - There's A Land Of Begin Again 405. Frank Sinatra - Saturday Is The Loneliest Night 406. The Andrews Sisters - The Boogie Woogie Bugle Bo 407. George Formby - I Did What I Could With My Gas 408. The Ink Spots - Every Night About This Time 409. Harry Roy - They Can't Black Out The Moon 410. Nat King Cole - I'm An Errand Boy For Rhythm 411. Dinah Shore - I'll Walk Alone 412. Bing Crosby - When The Blue Of The Night 413. Vaughn Monroe - When The Lights Come On Again Al 414. Anne Shelton - Lillie Marlene 415. Ella Fitzgerald - Five O'clock Whistle 416. Noel Coward - London Pride 417. Jimmy Dorsey - Maria Elena 418. Billy Eckstine - Skylark 419. Helen Forrest - I Don't Want To Walk Without You 420. Judy Garland - How About You? 501. Gracie Fields - The Thing-ummy-bob 502. Anne Shelton - A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Sq 503. Jack Hylton - Painting The Clouds With Sunshine 504. International Novelty Orchestra - Colonel Bogey 505. Noel Coward - Mad Dogs And Englishmen 506. Jack Buchanan - Everything Stops For Tea 507. Flanagan And Allen - Down Forget-me-not Lane 508. Dorothy Carless - That Lovely Weekend 509. Fats Waller - Swing Out To Victory 510. Glenn Miller - Elmer's Tune 511. The Ink Spots - We Three (My Echo, My Shadow A 512. Corporal Earl Oxford - I Left My Heart At The St 513. Irving Berlin - My British Buddy 514. Ella Mae Morse - Cow Cow Boogie 515. Kay Kyser - Praise The Lord And Pass The Ammunit 516. Jimmy Dorsey - Green Eyes 517. Bing Crosby And The Andrews Sisters - Victory Po 518. Dinah Shore - Yes My Darling Daughter 519. Ella Fitzgerald And The Ink Spots - Into Each 520. Duke Ellington - Don't Get Around Much Anymore ( 601. Anne Shelton - Taking A Chance On Love 602. The Ink Spots - Java Jive 603. Bing Crosby - You Are My Sunshine 604. Judy Garland - The Trolley Song 605. George Formby - Our Sergeant Major 606. Glenn Miller - When Johnny Comes Marching Home 607. Betty Driver - We Musn't Miss The Last Bus Home 608. Tommy Handley And Ronald Frankeau - In The Qua 609. Jo Stafford And Johnny Mercer - Blues In The Nig 610. Cliff Edwards - When You Wish Upon A Star 611. Beryl Davis - Milkman Keep Those Bottles Quiet 612. Freddie Martin - The Hut Sut Song 613. Dinah Shore - You'd Be So Nice To Come To 614. The Andrews Sisters - Pennsylvania Polka 615. Binnie Hale - Room 504 616. Frank Sinatra - I'll Never Smile Again 617. Dean Martin - Which Way Did My Heart Go? 618. Doris Day - Aren't You Glad You're You 619. Nat King Cole - Don't Blame Me 620. Perry Como - (Did You Ever Get) That Feeling In 701. Bing Crosby And The Andrews Sisters - Don't Fenc 702. Carroll Gibbons - I'm Gonna Get Lit Up (When The 703. Chick Henderson - My Prayer 704. Dean Martin - I've Got The Sun In The Morning 705. Harry James - Sleepy Lagoon 706. Glenn Miller - Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree 707. George Formby - When I'm Cleaning Windows 708. Frank Sinatra - Dream 709. Doris Day - You Won't Be Satisfied (Until You Br 710. Jo Stafford - It Could Happen To You 711. Jimmy Dorsey - They're Either Too Young Or Too O 712. Harry Roy And His Band - Victory Roll Rag 713. Sam Browne - The Spitfire Song 714. Perry Como - Temptation 715. The Ink Spots - Someone's Rocking My Dreamboat 716. The Merry Macs - Mairzy Doats And Dozy Doats 717. Anne Shelton - There Goes That Song Again 718. Vera Lynn - I'm In Love For The First Time 719. Tommy Trinder - All Over The Place 720. The Andrews Sisters - The Beer Barrel Polka 801. Vera Lynn - When They Sound The Last All-clear 802. The Ink Spots - Whispering Grass 803. Perry Como - All Through The Day 804. Al Bowlly - Goodnight Sweetheart 805. Alfred Piccaver - There'll Always Be An England 806. Anne Shelton - Coming In On A Wing And A Prayer 807. Dick Haymes - There Will Never Be Another You 808. Bob Crosby - A Zoot Suit 809. Bing Crosby - Sunday, Monday Or Always 810. Doris Day - Broom Street 811. Harry James - Two O'clock Jump 812. Glenn Miller - Bugle Call Rag 813. Issy Bonn - Shine On, Victory Moon 814. Ivy Benson - The Homecoming Waltz 815. Joe Loss - Tiggerty-boo 816. Jimmy Dorsey - Tangerine 817. Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five - Is You Is 818. Margaret Whiting - Moonlight In Vermont 819. Margaret Eaves - V Stands For Victory 820. Nat King Cole - The Frim Fram Sauce 901. Anne Shelton - I'll Be Seeing You 902. Bing Crosby - It's Been A Long, Long Time 903. Dick Haynes - You'll Never Know 904. Doris Day - In The Moon Mist 905. Harry James - You Made Me Love You 906. Jimmy Dorsey - Besame Mucho 907. Tony Martin - The Last Time I Saw Paris 908. The Ink Spots - I Don't Want To Set The World On 909. Betty Driver - The World Will Sing Again 910. Al Bowlly - The Very Thought Of You 911. Anita O'day - And Her Tears Flowed Like Wine 912. Helen Forrest And Dick Haymes - It Had To Be You 913. Jack Payne - It's A Hap-hap-happy Day 914. Frank Sinatra - There Are Such Things 915. Johnny Mercer - I'm Gonna See My Baby 916. Ambrose - Ma, I Miss Your Apple Pie 917. Duke Ellington - Take The A-train 918. Dorothy Squires - Coming Home 919. The Merry Macs - Deep In The Heart Of Texas 920. Vera Lynn - We'll Meet Again


Under the Duvet - 2212824601

36,60 zł

Under the Duvet Penguin

Powieści i opowiadania

'When people ask me what I do for a crust and I tell them that I'm a novelist, they immediately assume that my life is a non-stop carousel of limos, television appearances, hair-dos, devoted fans, stalkers and all the glitzy paraphernalia of being a public figure. It's time to set the record straight. I write alone, in a darkened bedroom, wearing my PJs, eating bananas, my laptop on a pillow in front of me ...' Her novels are adored by millions around the world


Herzog - 2212824631

44,80 zł

Herzog Penguin

Powieści i opowiadania

Is Moses Herzog


Mike Watt: on and off Bass - 2834159528

113,76 zł

Mike Watt: on and off Bass Three Rooms Press

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

The New Yorker calls it "unusual and beautiful." The LA Weekly raves, "the photos are strikingly inventive, revealing yet another side of this modern-day Renaissance man." MTV calls it "a charming, well-shot document of a the legendary punk rocker's photographic dabbling." Detroit Metrotimes: "A unique insight into Watt's mind." "Mike Watt: On and Off Bass" is getting a lot of buzz. And for good reason, considering the author and photographer is the legendary punk bassist himself. Mike Watt got his musical start thumping the bass with legendary San Pedro punk trio, The Minutemen in 1980 and he has been at it ever since. Over the years, he's toured with Dos, fIREHOSE, his own The Black Gang, The Secondmen, The Missingmen, and others, and he has worked bass as a sideman for Porno for Pyros, J Mascis and the Fog, as well as punk godfathers The Stooges. Off the road, at his beloved San Pedro, CA home base, Watt developed a deep interest in photography. In Spring 2010, Track 16 Gallery in Santa Monica, CA hosted an exhibit of his photos: "Mike Watt: Eye-Gifts from Pedro." According to Track 16 executive director Laurie Steelink, who curated the exhibit, "He has this knack for finding the early morning sweet spots when venturing out alone on his bike or kayak. The resulting photographs never seem to dry: light, flight, salt, rust, and tide commingle in fiery sunrises, endless heavens, roiling waves and fog." The photos offer another side of Watt that fans of his punk rock music may not be familiar with: While seemingly serene, many have an underlying tension and that often shows the sharp contrast between industry and nature. In "Mike Watt: On and Off Bass," photographs that appeared in the exhibit are punctuated by Watt's poetry and snippets selected from 10 years of his diaries. Watt's writing is insightful, funny, intimate and honest, as he explores topics like John Coltrane, long hauls and overcoming performance fears. "Mike Watt: On and Off Bass" exposes Watt's vision as a photographer, diarist and poet, taking its readers on a trip. And when you stop turning the pages of Watt's story, you start turning the pages of yours, re-ignited. " Mike Watt's photos are the poetry of San Pedro...every time he goes out on that kayak he comes back with gold. These gorgeous images paired with the raw reflections of three decades on the road are sure to blow the minds of all who love punk rock and our beloved vision questing troubadour." - Jack Black " Here is the last stand of the fruited earth and the ship-freighted sea. How lovely America was. God bless San Pedro and Mike Watt." - Iggy Pop " The heart and mind and EYES of Michael Watt, half-brother of us all, in black/white and color. No blue-eyed beatnik Buddhist ever breathed such humility; no jackleg science-fictioneer ever oozed such enchantment. That's right!" - Richard Meltzer "Watt covers the waterfront." - Raymond Pettibon " Susan Sontag wrote that photographs of people are haunted by death. There aren't many people in Mike Watt's photographs so maybe that's why they seem haunted rather by life -- the large operations of man around the harbor and the smaller scale activity of wildlife that puts up with them. Mike is out at sun-up and getting to see SoCal's lands end from his kayak is an unearned privilege, the best kind a book can deliver. Paired with excerpts from his journal which catch him rolling across the continents as a working musician gives a precise idea what besides exercise Mike gets out of it." - Joe Carducci " Mike Watt is poetry. He's like one half of a metaphor. Watt can only be matched in poetry. When you mix pirate, Pedro pix, music, d. boon forever, hard work, weird sincerity, good will, curiosity, love, and an adult moustache, what do you have? Poetry is the answer. Poetry poetry poetry. Watt Watt Watt!" - Richard Hell Reviews The LA Review of Books' Craig Hubert offers a keen and insightful review of "Mike Watt: On and Off Bass" in this week's edition. Hubert notes, "[Watt] has a keen eye for capturing unexpected disruptions within seemingly normal, even mundane situations...Loss is prevalent throughout "On and Off Bass," but it is undercut with hope; there is always the sustaining reservoir of inspiration -- from Boon, from music, from San Pedro itself -- to dip back into. It's the same reservoir that John Coltrane described in a 1966 interview with Nat Hentoff: 'There is never any end. There are always new sounds to imagine, new feelings to get at.'" Rick Moody's extensive interview with Mike Watt on TheRumpus.Net is an essential read for fans of the legendary punk rock bass player, photographer, poet and writer. It starts with major props for the Three Rooms Press book "Mike Watt: On and Bass," which Moody notes, "As with everything that Watt has turned his attention to since he began making art in 1980, On and Off Base is sincere, funny, handmade, beautiful, totally idiosyncratic, and entirely original." MTV Hive writer Austin L. Ray is impressed with the econo nature of the new Three Rooms Press book, "Mike Watt: On and Off Bass" by the legendary punk bassist. The book features photos from Watt's gallery show at Track 16 in Santa Monica, juxtaposed with poetry, reflections and diary snippet from Watt's massive 1,500 page collection of musings on The article features Watt discussing the origins of some of the photos in the book. The New Yorker loves "Mike Watt: On and Off Bass", calling it an "unusual and beautiful photographic memoir." LA Weekly writer Nicholas Pell interviews Mike Watt, revealing exclusive photos from the new book "Mike Watt: On and Off Bass." Pell raves, "His skill lies not in classical composition -- although photo nerds will nonetheless find plenty to like in the book. Rather, Watt's strength comes from his ability to capture everyday scenes. His pictures make the mundane into the sublime." Rockerzine writer Katy Dang raves about "Mike Watt: On and Off Bass," noting that through the photos and text, "Watt brings his world and his experiences into focus, sharing them unabashedly with whoever chooses to come on board. He brings the past into the present, never merely resting on his laurels and always missing D. Boon, his missing friend." Greg Barbrick, on says it's a "collection that rewards repeated viewings and is very well crafted."


Electricity Box - 2826828248

113,76 zł

Electricity Box Vivid Publishing

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Eric was able to achieve extraordinary results through prayer and work on the spine or electricity box, as he called it. As he would say: "If the vertebrae are jammed or calcified together or not in the correct place as God has created, the nerves with authority over particular organs and tissues are inhibited, resulting in pain or confusion and disorder. This makes people concentrate on their particular ailment and pursue that, rather than allowing their minds to be free and at peace. That is, not allowing them to see the whole picture. It is a total degeneration of the human race over thousands of years." - Author, Robyn Berkeley - - - - - - - - - - "This book has been many years in the making, and I have longed for it, because I knew Eric McNally and his remarkable story - and I saw first-hand how knowing Eric changed Robyn. Berkeley profoundly. It's a tale worth telling. You'll love it!" - Janise Beaumont, Author - - - - - - - - - - Only when my chronic back pain had immobilised me and the painkillers I was taking outweighed my daily intake of food did I go to see Eric for an appointment arranged for me by a friend who's a comedian and a notorious practical joker. I thought I was on the receiving end of one of his cruellest ever pranks when I discovered Eric's "treatment" didn't involve prescriptions and tablets, but rather the deployment of a hammer and a chisel which he tapped on my spine like Michelangelo sculpting a slab of marble. It was only when the torture was over and I found myself swivelling my hips like Elvis Presley that I realised that, if this was a joke, I was the one laughing. I don't believe in God and I certainly don't believe in miracles but, before my very eyes, Eric prayed to God first and then proceeded to perform a miracle on me. Is it any wonder I'm confused? - Bill Leak editorial cartoonist with The Australian Painter and writer Australia - - - - - - - - - - "Meeting Eric McNally I was struck by this diminutive man on a walking stick. His twinkling blue eyes were both questioning and appraising and I was drawn to this softly spoken soul with such a tranquil spiritual aura. Then came the mallet and rubber as I bent over the stool - the treatment was followed by relief and a sense of peace and energy. Eric McNally changed people's lives for the better." - Glen - Marie Frost, Businesswoman and communicator Sydney


The Depression Years - 2839424965

319,99 zł

The Depression Years Bear Family Records


1. Smith Ballew Orch./hittin' The Ceiling 2. Ambrose Orch./i'm In The Market For You 3. Casa Loma Orch./happy Days Are Here Again 4. Marlow Hardy's Alabamians/song Of The Bayou 5. Eddie Cantor's/tips On The Stock Market 6. Hotel Pennsylvania Music/a Cottage For Sale 7. Ted Wallace & His Campus Boys/get Happy 8. Casa Loma Orch./sweeping The Clouds Away 9. Mckinney's Cotton Pickers/laughing At Life 10. Sam Lanin Orch./it's A Great Life (If You Don't 11. Hotel Pennsylvania Music/cheer Up, Good Times Ar 12. Eddie Cantor & Phil Spitalny's Music/cheer Up 13. Ted Lewis Orch./singing A Vagabond Song 14. Jack Teagarden Orch./son Of The Son 15. Al Jolson/hallelujah! I'm A Bum 16. Annette Hanshaw/big City Blues 17. Blue Steele Orch./there's A Tear For Every Smile 18. Ruth Etting/ten Cents A Dance 19. Ruth Etting/cigarettes, Cigars 20. Johnny Marvin/just A Gigolo 21. Libby Holman/love For Sale 22. Smith Ballew Orch./we Can Live On Love 23. Vincent Rose Orch./there's No Depression In Love 24. Victor Young Orch./now's The Time To Fall In Lov 25. Lee Morse/i'm An Unemployed Sweetheart 26. Emil Coleman Orch./i Got Five Dollars 27. Paul Specht Orch./i Found A Million Dollar Baby 28. Eddie Droesch Orch./last Dollar 29. Chick Bullock's Levee Loungers/here It Is Monday 30. Mildred Bailey/wrap Your Troubles In Dreams 31. Sam Lanin Orch./whistling In The Dark 32. Ben Selvin Orch./dancing In The Dark 33. Victor Young Orch./alone Together 34. Mills Brothers, Boswells, B.crosby/life Is Just 35. Boswell Sisters/put That Sun Back In The Sky 36. Ambrose Orch./shoo The Hoodoo Away 37. Ben Selvin Orch./whistle And Blow Your Blues Awa 38. Ted Lewis Orch./headin' For Better Times 39. Enric Madriguera's Hotel Biltmore Orch/underneat 40. Bing Crosby/brother, Can Say Spare A Dime? 41. Freddy Martin Orch./remember My Forgotten Man 42. Alex Bartha's Hotel Traymore Orch./it Must Be Sw 43. Leo Reisman Orch./supper Time 44. Russ Carlson's High Steppers/banking On The Weat 45. Gene Kardos Orch./a Shanty In Old Shantytown 46. Joe Morrison/rolling In Love 47. Chick Bullock's Levee Loungers/i'd Rather Be A B 48. Freddy Martin Orch./here You Come With Love 49. Bing Crosby/let's Put Out The Lights And Go To S 50. Graham Prince Orch./the Clouds Will Soon Roll By 51. Abe Lyman Orch./rome Wasn't Built In A Day 52. Gene Kardos Orch./if I Ever Get A Job Again 53. Ben Selvin Orch./them Good Old Times Are Coming 54. Ben Bernie Orch./who's Afraid Of The Big Bad Wol 55. Ted Lewis Orch./there's A New Day Coming 56. Ted Lewis Orch./buy American! 57. Ruth Etting/hey! Young Fella 58. Victor Young Orch./the Grass Is Getting Greener 59. Ted Fio Rito Orch./and Thebi Big Bad Wolf Was De 60. Ramonawith The Park Aveneue Boys/we're Out Of Th 61. The Boswell Sisters/we're In The Money 62. Dick Powell/the Road Is Open Again 63. Emil Coleman's Riviera Orch./let 'Em Eat Cake 64. Freddy Martin Orch./in A One Room Flat 65. Phil Harris'coconut Grove Orch./what Have We Got 66. Henry/'red 67. Allen-coleman Hawkins Orch./stringin' Along On A 68. Eddie Cantor/when My Ship Comes In 69. The Boswell Sisters/if I Had A Million Dollars 70. Gene Kardos Orch./our Penthouse On Third Avenue 71. Ramona & Roy Bargy/raising The Rent 72. Chick Bullock's Levee Loungers/annie Doesn't Liv 73. Connie Boswell/the Boulevard Of Broken Dreams 74. Paul Whiteman Orch./now I'm A Lady 75. Adrian Rollini Orch./i Gotta Get Up And Go To Wo 76. Ted Wallace Orch./gotta Got To Work Again 77. Chick Bullock's Levee Loungers/are You Making An 78. Ozzie Nelson Orch./got The Jitters 79. Don Bestor Orch./rain 80. The Ink Spots/with Plenty Of Money And You 81. Teddy Hill Orch./i'm Feeling Like A Million 82. Red Norvo Orch./slummin' On Park Avenue 83. Artie Shaw's New Music/whistle While You Work 84. Louis Armstrong & Mills Brothers/hey Pop! I Don' 85. Horace Heidt Orch./dawn Of A New Day 86. Ben Selvin Orch./happy Days Are Here Again


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