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Spalona Żywcem Wyd. Kieszonkowe - Souad - 2836915930

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Spalona Żywcem Wyd. Kieszonkowe - Souad

Książki & Multimedia > Książki

Opis - Pierwsze na świecie świadectwo ofiary zbrodni honorowej. Miała siedemnaście lat i zakochała się: zhańbiła rodzinę. Więc rodzina wydała na nią wyrok śmierci... Pokochała go pierwszą miłością. Myślała, że się z nią ożeni. Ale ukochany zniknął, a ona odkryła, że jest w ciąży. A w jej świecie to najcięższa zbrodnia... W zapomnianej przez Boga wiosce w Cisjordanii kobiety są warte mniej niż zwierzęta domowe. Tu mężczyzna jest panem życia i śmierci żony, córki, siostry. Brat może bezkarnie zabić siostrę, matka - córkę, kolejną bezużyteczną dziewczynkę, jaka się urodzi. Tu kobiecie odbiera się godność, a nawet życie zgodnie z odwiecznym obyczajem i uświęconą tradycją. A śmierć jest karą dla dziewczyny, która zhańbi rodzinę. Tak jak Souad. Wyrok wydaje jej ojciec. Szwagier dokonuje egzekucji. Oblewa Souad benzyną i podpala... SOUAD przeżyła - cudem, ale rodzina usiłowała zabić ją nawet w szpitalu. Na zawsze jednak pozostanie straszliwie okaleczona - na ciele i duszy. I wciąż musi się ukrywać; dopóki żyje, jej rodzinę okrywa hańba. Spalona żywcem, opublikowana pod pseudonimem szokująca opowieść o piekle, jakim było jej dzieciństwo i młodość, stała się międzynarodowym bestsellerem. Wydana w 37 w krajach książka przerywa tabu milczenia wobec istniejącej nadal w krajach muzułmańskich barbarzyńskiej tradycji. Nieludzkiego obyczaju, prawa mężczyzn, na mocy którego co najmniej pięć tysięcy kobiet pada co roku ofiarą zbrodni honorowej. Nazwa - Spalona Żywcem Wyd. Kieszonkowe Autor - Souad Oprawa - Miękka Wydawca - Amber Kod ISBN - 9788324159406 Kod EAN - 9788324159406 Wydanie - 1 Rok wydania - 2016 Tłumacz - 31182,maria rostworowska; Format - 110 x 175 x 14 Ilość stron - 224 Podatek VAT - 5% Premiera - 2016-06-23


History Of Theatre - 2839194971

72,49 zł

History Of Theatre Naxos AudioBooks

Książki>Nauka języków>Język AngielskiKsiążki>Książki Audio / Słuchowiska

2. Prologue 3. The Greek Drama 4. Greek Tragedy 5. Greek Theatres 6. Oedipus: 'Torment, Torment...' 7. Greek Acting 8. Greek Comedy 9. Kinesias: It's O, So Long Since You And I Have Known The Rites Of Love! - Won't You Come Back, My Ow 10. Roman Theatre 11. The Medieval Theatre: Its Origins 12. '1st. Voice: While The Third Lesson Is Being Chanted Let 4 Brethren Vest Themselves...' 13. Growth And Development Of Mystery Plays 14. 'The Effect Associated With Heaven And Hell Were Veritably Prodigious' Description Of Stage Machiner 15. 'God: Ego Sum Alpha Et Omega, Vita, Via, Veritas, Primus En Nouissimus.' 16. Development Of Miracle And Morality Plays 17. The Italian Commedia Dell'arte 18. The Elizabethan Theatre 19. The Structure Of A Playhouse - Description Of Burbage's Acting By Richard Flecknoe 20. '...think When We Talk Of Horses That You See Them Printing Their Proud Hoofs I' The Receiving Earth 21. An Attack On The Theatre By John Stockwood 1587 22. Christopher Marlowe And His Contemporaries 23. Tamburlaine: 'Forsake Thy King, And Do But Join With Me, And We Will Triumph Over All The World' 124. Faustus: 'The Stars Move Still, Time Runs, The Clock Will Strike, The Devil Will Come, And Faustus M 125. William Shakespeare (1546-1616) And His Plays 126. Excerpts From Shakespeare's Plays: As You Like It - Romeo & Juliet - Henry V - Henry IV Pt. 1 - A Mi 127. The Jacobean Theatre (1603-1642) 128. Duchess: 'Now What You Please, What Death? Bosola: Strangling: Here Are Your Executioners.' 129. Development Of The Private Theatre - Description Of A Private Audience By John Marstoni (1601) 130. Ben Jonson (1572-1637) 131. Ursula: Hang 'Em, Rotten, Roguy Cheaters, I Hope To See 'Em Plagued One Day (Poxed They Are Already, 132. Spanish Theatre In The Renaissance 133. Sigismund: 'The Rich Man Dreams His Riches, Dreams His Cares 134. The French Theatre In The Seventeenth Century 135. Phedre: 'There Love Will Always Live. Even As I Speak, Ah Cruel, Deadly Thought! They Flout The Fury 136. The Structure Of French Theatres 137. Moliere (1622-1673) (Jean-baptiste Poquelin) 138. Mr Jordan: ...and Now I Must Tell You A Secret. I'm In Love With A Lady Of Quality And I Want You To 139. Elmire: What? Is There No Avoiding Your Pursuit. Will You Not Give Me Time To Breathe? 140. The English Restoration Theatre (1660-1700) 141. Thomas Jordan's Prologue To The Moor Of Venice (1660) 142. The Development Of Restoration Comedy 143. Harriet: 'I Was Informed You Used To Laugh At Love, And Not Make It.' 144. Lord Foppington: Life, Madam, Is A Perpetual Stream Of Pleasure, That Glides Thro' Such A Vari 145. Mrs. Pinchwife: 'Dear Sweet Mr. Horner'' 146. From A Short View Of The Immorality And Profaneness Of The English Stage. 147. Millamant: Positively, Mirabell, I'll Lie A-bed In A Morning As Long As I Please. Mirabell: Then I'l 148. From The Diary Of Samuel Pepys (1667) 149. European Theatre In The Eighteenth Century 250. German Theatre In The 18th Century 251. Elizabeth: Say Then, What Surety Can Be Offer'd Me, Should I Magnanimously Loose Your Bonds? 252. The English Theatre In The Early Eighteenth Century 253. The Development Of English Pantomime 254. The Introduction Of The Theatre Licensing Act In England (1737) 255. David Garrick (1717-1779) And The English Theatre In The Late Eighteenth Century 256. Description Of Garrick As Abel Drugger In The Alchemist 257. The Programme Of An Eighteenth Century English Theatre 258. An Eighteenth Century Audience 259. Sir Anthony: Why, Mrs. Malaprop, In Moderation, Now, What Would You Have A Woman Know? 260. Beaumarchais (1732-1799) And The French Theatre In The Late Eighteenth Century 261. The Count: With Your Brains And Character You Could Hope For Advancement In The Service. Figaro: Bra 262. The Development Of The Theatre In America (1800-1860s) 263. Romantic Melodrama In Nineteenth Century Europe 264. The Development Of Farce 265. Henry Irving (1838-1905), And English Theatre In The Late Nineteenth Century 266. Description Of Irving In The Bells By Edward Gordon-craig 267. The Biginning Of The Theatre Of Ideas And Realism 268. Henrik Ibsen (1828-1906) 269. Helmer: To Forsake Your Home, Your Husband, And Your Children! And Only Think What People Will Say A 270. George Bernard Shaw 271. Higgins: Say Your Alphabet Liza: I Know My Alphabet. Do You Think I Know Nothing? 272. Anton Chekhov (1860-1904) 373. The Seagull By Anton Chekhov 374. Nina: The Horses Are Waiting For Me At The Gate. Don't See Me Off, I'll Go By Myself... 375. Stanislavsky And The Moscow Arts Theatre 376. From The Writings Of Stanislavsky 377. The Growth Of Ensemble Companies 378. Lady Bracknell: To Minor Matters. Are Your Parents Living? Jack: I Have Lost Both My Parents. 379. Theatrical Experiments In The Early Twentieth Century 380. The Theatre Of Luigi Pirandello (1867-1936) 381. The Political Theatre Of Bertolt Brecht (1898-1956) 382. American Theatre In The Early Twentieth Century And Eugene O'neill 383. A Long Day's Journey Into Night (Act Iv) 384. European Theatre In The 1930s & 1940s Federico Garcia Lorca (1898-1935) 385. The London Theatre, And Noel Coward (1899-1973) 386. Amanda: We Won't Talk About Ourselves Any More, We'll Talk About Outside Things, Anything You Like, 387. Post-war British Theatre And John Osborne (1929-1989) 388. Alison: (Softly) All I Want Is A Little Peace Jimmy: Peace ! God ! She Wants Peace! 389. Theatre Of The Absurd And Samuel Beckett (1906-1989) 390. Vladimir: 9sententiously) To Every Man His Little Cross (He Sighs) And Sits On The Mound Till He Die 391. Harold Pinter (1930- ) 392. Aston: I...i Think It's About Time You Found Somewhere Else. I Don't Think We're Hitting It Off. Da 393. British Theatre In The 1960s And Joe Orton (1933-1967) 394. Post-war American Theatre, Tennessee Williams (1911-1983), Arthur Miller (1915- ) And David Mamet (1 395. Willy: '...when I Was A Boy - Eighteen, Nineteen - I Was Already On The Road.' 396. Blanche: 'When I Think Of How Divine It Is Going To Be To Have Such A Thing As Privacy Once More - I 397. Experimental Theatre In The 1960s And 1970s 398. Developments In The Theatre From 1970-1990 399. Epilogue


History Of Rhythm & Blues - 2839391226

189,99 zł

History Of Rhythm & Blues Rhythm & Blues


1. Kansas City 2. Road Runner 3. My Baby Is A Good 'Un 4. I'm A King Bee 5. Steppin' Out 6. The Walk 7. Baby Baby 8. Hidden Charms 9. 21 Days In Jail 10. Long Distance Operator 11. Collins' Shuffle 12. Fannie Mae 13. Wild Track 14. Little By Little 15. You Don't Love Me 16. I Had My Fun 17. Wang Dang Doodle 18. I'm A Little Mixed Up 19. Looking Back 20. Baby, What You Want Me To Do 21. Hide Away 22. Somebody Help Me 23. Shake Your Moneymaker 24. Rock Me Baby 25. Boom Boom 26. Bright Lights, Big City 27. I Get Evil 28. First Time I Met The Blues 29. I Can Tell 30. You'll Be Mine 31. You Need Love 101. Think 102. Monkey Speaks His Mind 103. Didn't It Rain 104. Do You Wanna Dance 105. Parchman Farm 106. Memphis 107. Jump For Joy 108. Summertime Blues 109. Roll Roll Roll 110. Rumble 111. Don't You Just Know It 112. Don't Let Go 113. La Bamba 114. Hold It 115. Wildcat Tamer 116. What'd I Say (Pt 1) 117. Shakin' All Over 118. Watch Your Step 119. I Just Want To Make Love 120. Back Beat 121. You Can't Sit Down 122. Bossa Nova Baby 123. Watermelon Man 124. Crazy Feelin' 125. Almost Grown 126. Foot Stomping Pt 1 127. Land Of 1000 Dances 128. Night Train 129. Shake A Tail Feather 130. Louie, Louie 201. Shout Pt 1 202. Oh Mary Dont You Weep 203. I Don't Know 204. She Said Yeah 205. Doggin' Around 206. You Hurt Me 207. First Taste Of Love 208. I Got To Know 209. (Night Time Is) The Right Time 210. I'll Go Crazy 211. Please Think It Over 212. Shop Around 213. This May Be The Last Time 214. I Idolize You 215. Today I Sing The Blues 216. I Want To Know 217. Cry Cry Cry 218. Whole Lotta Woman 219. Just A Little Bit 220. She Put The Hurt On Me 221. The One Who Really Loves You 222. Driving Wheel 223. It's Your Voodoo Working 224. Green Onions 225. Stupidity 226. Lipstick Traces 227. Mind Over Matter 228. Don't Mess With My Man 229. Bring It On Home To Me 230. Hitch Hike 231. I'm The One Who Loves You 301. I'm A Hog For You 302. Money 303. Ozeta 304. It's So Fine 305. Oh Baby, You Have To Go 306. My Baby Just Cares For Me 307. Get A Job 308. I Wanna Go Home 309. Heartbreak Melody 310. Love Potion No. 9 311. So Fine 312. Every Dog Got Its Day 313. Over You 314. The Twist 315. Hully Gully 316. Last Night 317. New Orleans 318. Shoppin' For Clothes 319. Stay 320. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl 321. Doe A Certain Girl 322. There's No Other 323. Hit The Road Jack 324. Workin' Man's Song 325. A Shot Of Rhythm & Blues 326. Born To Cry 327. You're No Good 328. Jump Back 329. Love Is A Swingin' Thing 330. Some Other Guy 331. California Sun 332. Love Me Do


Complete History Of.. - 2840357371

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Complete History Of..


1. Fiddlin' John Carson - The Old Log Cabin In The 2. Uncle Dave Macon - Keep My Skillet Good And Grea 3. Frank Hutchison - Worried Blues 4. Allen Brothers - Chattanooga Blues 5. Kelly Harrell - My Name Is John Johannah 6. Buell Kazee - The Butcher's Boy 7. Carter Family - Wildwood Flower 8. Darby & Tarlton - Gamblin' Jim 9. Grayson & Whitter - Omie Wise 10. Jimmie Rodgers - Blue Yodel (T For Texas) 11. Joseph Falcon - Lafayette 12. Carolina Tar Heels - Rude And Rambling Man 13. Leake County Revelers - Mississippi Breakdown 14. Prince Albert Hunt's Texas Ramblers - Wake Up Ja 15. Amadie Breaux - Ma Blonde Est Partie (Jolie Blon 16. Clarence Ashley - House Carpenter 17. Gid Tanner & His Skillet Lickers - Hawkins Rag 18. Patsy Montana & Prairie Ramblers - I Want To Be 19. Milton Brown & His Musical Brownies - Down By Th 20. Bill Boyd & His Cowboy Ramblers - Barn Dance Rag 21. Roy Acuff - Great Speckle Bird 22. Hackberry Ramblers - Jolie Fille 23. Light Crust Doughboys - Pussy Pussy Pussy 101. Cliff Bruner & His Boys - Truck Driver's Blues 102. Gene Autry - Back In The Saddle Again 103. The Rouse Brothers - Orange Blossom Special 104. Ernest Tubb - Walking The Floor Over You 105. Al Dexter & His Troopers - Pistol Packin' Mama 106. Johnny Bond - Divorce Me C.o.d. 107. Merle Travis - Sixteen Tons 108. Bill Monroe - Blue Moon Of Kentucky 109. Red Foley - Tennessee Saturday Night 110. Sons Of The Pioneers - Cigareets And Whuskey And 111. Tex Ritter - Cattle Call 112. Jimmy Wakely - I Love You So Much It Hurts Me 113. Delmore Brothers - Blues Stay Away From Me 114. Flatt & Scruggs - Foggy Mountain Breakdown 115. Hank Williams - I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry 116. Maddox Bros & Rose - Sally Let Your Bangs Hang D 117. Tennessee Ernie Ford - Mule Train 118. Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys - Faded Love 119. Hank Snow - I'm Movin' On 120. Lefty Frizzell - If You've Got The Money I've Go 121. Hank Thompson - The Wild Side Of Life 122. Webb Pierce - Wondering 123. Carl Smith - When You Feel Like You're In Love ( 124. Kitty Wells - It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk 125. Skeets Mcdonald - Don't Let The Stars Get In You 201. The Stanley Brothers - I Am A Man Of Constant So 202. Hank Locklin - Let Me Be The One 203. Chet Atkins - Mister Sandman 204. Faron Young - Live Fast, Live Hard, Die Young 205. Johnny Cash - Fulsom Prison Blues 206. The Louvin Brothers - Knoxville Girl 207. Eddy Arnold - You Don't Know Me 208. Patsy Cline - Walkin' After Midnight 209. Sonny James - Young Love 210. Bobby Helms - Fraulein 211. Ferlin Husky - Gone 212. Jim Reeves - Four Walls 213. Jimmy C. Newman - A Fallen Star 214. Kitty Wells & Webb Pierce - Oh So Many Years 215. Marvin Rainwater - Gonna Find Me A Bluebird 216. Charlie Walker - Pick Me Up On Your Way Down 217. Don Gibson - Oh Lonesome Me 218. The Browns - Three Bells 219. Buck Owens - Under Your Spell Again 220. George Jones - White Lightning 221. Johnny Horton - When It's Springtime In Alaska ( 222. Ray Price - Heartaches By The Number 223. Stonewall Jackson - Waterloo 224. Marty Robbins - El Paso 225. Bill Anderson - The Tips Of My Fingers 301. Brenda Lee - I'm Sorry 302. Floyd Cramer - Last Date 303. Skeeter Davis - Am I That Easy To Forget 304. Loretta Lynn - I'm A Honky Tonk Girl 305. Marion Worth - I Think I Know 306. Bob Moore - Mexico 307. Connie Hall - I'm As Lonely As Anyone Can Be 308. Hawkshaw Hawkins - I Can't Seem To Say Goodbye 309. Jimmy Dean - Big Bad John 310. Leroy Van Dyke - Walk On By 311. Porter Wagoner - Misery Loves Company 312. Roy Drusky - Another (Just Like Me) 313. Slim Whitman - The Old Spinning Wheel 314. Willie Nelson & Shirley Collie - Willingly 315. Billy Walker - Charlie's Shoes 316. Burl Ives - A Little Bitty Tear 317. Carl & Pearl Butler - Don't Let Me Cross Over 318. Carl Belew - Hello Out There 319. Claude King - Wolverton Mountain 320. Dolly Parton - The Love You Gave 321. Ernest Ashworth - Everybody But Me 322. Glen Campbell - Long Black Limousine 323. Johnny Tillotson - It Keeps Right On A-hurtin' 324. Skeeter Davis & Porter Wagoner - There's Always 325. Willie Nelson - Touch Me


Manual of Lessons in Old Testament History - 2826781154

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Manual of Lessons in Old Testament History Forgotten Books

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Excerpt from A Manual of Lessons in Old Testament History: For Academic Grades The lessons here submitted for your consideration, and for your use if you find them adapted to your needs, are the lessons I have been using for a number of years in my own work. The chief difficulty in the study and teaching of Old Testament history is that there is too much matter for one year's work; but as one year is all that can possibly be allowed for the subject, we must be content, and do our best with the time that is ours. The lessons are therefore long ones. I wish they could be shorter, but know of no other way to cover the subject. They may not seem uniform in length; and they are not, if one considers chapters and verses only. It has seemed to me necessary to be governed more by subjects than by the amount of words to be read and studied; therefore while the average assignment is three chapters, there are some lessons that require more, and some fewer. A few notes will be found in the lessons. These for the most part are quotations from authorities. I think it would be well if there were more of these; but because of a persistent eye trouble, I have not been able to make the selections. I should be glad of your cooperation in this respect, so that future editions, if there shall be such, may contain more valuable notes. Outline maps are placed through the book where they are required by the lessons. These maps may be obtained in loose leaf form for notebooks and drill work if so desired. The review questions I give my pupils as a help in preparing for tests, and sometimes take the questions for examination from these questions. They may be used in various ways. The lists of proper names may be used not only as an aid in spelling and pronunciation, but as a test, by asking, Who was Aaron? or, What was Abana? With the hope that these lessons may lighten your labors, and help your pupils to a better understanding of this important subject, I submit them to you for your use, and suggestions for improvement. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.


Utterly Impartial History of Britain - 2826620910

50,40 zł

Utterly Impartial History of Britain BLACK SWAN

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Many of us were put off history by the dry and dreary way it was taught at school. Back then 'The Origins of the Industrial Revolution' somehow seemed less compelling than the chance to test the bold claim on Timothy Johnson's 'Shatterproof' ruler. But here at last is a chance to have a good laugh and learn all that stuff you feel you really ought to know by now...In this "Horrible History for Grown Ups" you can read how Anglo-Saxon liberals struggled to be positive about immigration; 'Look I think we have to try and respect the religious customs of our new Viking friends - oi, he's nicked my bloody ox!' Discover how England's peculiar class system was established by some snobby French nobles whose posh descendents still have wine cellars and second homes in the Dordogne today.And explore the complex socio-economic reasons why Britain's kings were the first in Europe to be brought to heel; (because the Stuarts were such a useless bunch of untalented, incompetent, arrogant, upper-class thickoes that Parliament didn't have much choice.) A book about then that is also incisive and illuminating about now, "2000 Years of Upper Class Idiots in Charge", is a hilarious, informative and cantankerous journey through Britain' fascinating and bizarre history. As entertaining as a witch burning, and a lot more laughs.


Natural History of Fossils, Vol. 1 (Classic Reprint) - 2835280874

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Natural History of Fossils, Vol. 1 (Classic Reprint) Forgotten Books

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Excerpt from A Natural History of Fossils, Vol. 1 In the Year 1752, I published proposals for printing by subscription, A Natural History of Fossils, digested from materials which I had compiled, during a series of years, wherein I had been closely engaged in these studies. As the prosecution of the work was necessarily attended with great expence, I was obliged to apply for subscriptions, but on the most moderate advance, as the public already had too much reason to be tired with proposals of this nature. Tho' the assistance I have hitherto received in this manner, is far from supporting the expence, yet, that I might not be wanting to those gentlemen who have favoured me with their subscriptions, I have published so much of the work, as the assistance I have received would enable me to do: the rest is ready for the press, and will be published with speed, proportioned to the generosity of those who think such researches worthy of encouragement. In regard to the work, no pains or expence have been spared to render it as compleat as my abilities would permit: I have endeavoured to reduce this study, hitherto deficient in respect of method, to a regular science, and in the attempt have been careful neither to multiply the species, nor lessen their number, unnecessarily. To each genus besides general observations, definitions or characteristics are adjoined, to which I have scrupulously adhered. I have added to the description of each species, the synonyma of authors, which, to avoid confusion, are placed in the order of time when they flourished. Foreign parts where these substances are principally found, are specified in particular, with the name of the province, principality, or town; a circumstance that has been omitted by former writers, who commonly content themselves with mentioning the country in general, as Italy, Germany, France, &cc. and indeed where it happens that any Fossil abounds throughout a whole country, such a general account is sufficient. I have at present but slightly touched upon the places in this island, famous for the Fossils; because they will be more fully considered in the Lithographia Britannica intended to be subjoined to this work. To the descriptions are added historical facts, critical and other observations, which, 'tis hoped, will not be thought unnecessary, or foreign to the subject. As I have availed myself of the labours and discoveries of preceding writers, so they have been faithfully quoted; and, however I may differ from them in option, I have endeavoured to treat them with a becoming regard. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.


Natasha's Dance - 2212836413

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Natasha's Dance Penguin

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Orlando Figes


Blood Doctor - 2212839586

32,40 zł

Blood Doctor Penguin

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Blood. That


The Complete Columbia Collection - 2839298616

1949,99 zł

The Complete Columbia Collection Sony Music Entertainment


1. Run Softly, Blue River 2. Frankie's Man, Johnny 3. That's All Over 4. The Troubadour 5. One More Ride 6. That's Enough 7. I Still Miss Someone 8. Don't Take Your Guns To Town 9. I'd Rather Die Young 10. Pickin' Time 11. Shepherd Of My Heart 12. Suppertime 101. It Was Jesus 102. I Saw A Man 103. Are All The Children In 104. The Old Account 105. Lead Me Gently Home 106. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot 107. Snow In His Hair 108. Lead Me Father 109. I Call Him 110. These Things Shall Pass 111. He'll Be A Friend 112. God Will 201. Drink To Me 202. Five Feet High And Rising 203. The Man On The Hill 204. Hank And Joe And Me 205. Clementine 206. The Great Speckle Bird 207. I Want To Go Home 208. The Caretaker 209. Old Apache Squaw 210. Don't Step On Mother's Roses 211. My Grandfather's Clock 212. It Could Be You (Instead Of Him) 301. Seasons Of My Heart 302. I Feel Better All Over 303. I Couldn't Keep From Crying 304. Time Changes Everything 305. My Shoes Keep Walking Back To You 306. I'd Just Be Fool Enough (To Fall) 307. Transfusion Blues 308. Why Do You Punish Me (For Loving You) 309. I Will Miss You When You Go 310. I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry 311. Just One More 312. Honky-tonk Girl 401. Loading Coal 402. Slow Rider 403. Lumberjack 404. Dorraine Of Ponchartrain 405. Going To Memphis 406. When Papa Played The Dobro 407. Boss Jack 408. Old Doc Brown 501. He'll Understand And Say Well Done 502. God Must Have My Fortune Laid Away 503. When I've Learned 504. I Got Shoes 505. Let The Lower Lights Be Burning 506. If We Never Meet Again 507. When I Take My Vacation In Heaven 508. When He Reached Down His Hand For Me 509. Taller Than Trees 510. I Won't Have To Cross Jordan Alone 511. My God Is Real 512. These Hands 601. Lost On The Desert 602. Accidentally On Purpose 603. In The Jailhouse 604. Mr. Lonesome 605. You Won't Have Far To Go 606. Cotton Fields (The Cotton Song) 607. Delia's Gone 608. I Forgot More Than You'll Ever Know 609. You Remembered Me 610. I'm Free From The Chain Gang Now 611. Let Me Down Easy 612. Sing It Pretty, Sue 701. The Legend Of John Henry's Hammer 702. Tell Him I'm Gone 703. Another Man Done Gone 704. Busted 705. Casey Jones 706. Nine Pound Hammer 707. Chain Gang 708. Waiting For A Train 709. Roughneck 801. Ring Of Fire 802. I'd Still Be There 803. What Do I Care 804. I Still Miss Someone 805. Forty Shades Of Green 806. Were You There (When They Crucified My Lord) 807. The Rebel - Johnny Yuma 808. Bonanza! 809. The Big Battle 810. Remember The Alamo 811. Tennessee Flat-top Box 812. (There'll Be) Peace In The Valley (For Me) 901. The Christmas Spirit 902. I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day 903. Blue Christmas 904. The Gifts They Gave 905. Here Was A Man 906. Christmas As I Knew It 907. Silent Night 908. The Little Drummer Boy 909. Ringing The Bells For Jim 910. We Are The Shepherds 911. Who Kept The Sheep 912. The Ballad Of The Harp Weaver 1001. Keep On The Sunny Side 1002. The Banks Of The Ohio 1003. My Clinch Mountain Home 1004. Lonesome Valley 1005. Worried Man Blues 1006. Will The Circle Be Unbroken 1007. The Wabash Cannonball 1008. Broken-hearted Lover 1009. Brown Eyes 1010. I'm Working On A Building 1011. Gathering Flowers From The Hillside 1012. When The Roses Bloom Again 1101. I Walk The Line 1102. Bad News 1103. Folsom Prison Blues 1104. Give My Love To Rose 1105. Hey Porter 1106. I Still Miss Someone 1107. Understand Your Man 1108. Wreck Of The Old 97 1109. Still In Town 1110. Big River 1111. Goodbye, Little Darlin', Goodbye 1112. Troublesome Waters 1201. As Long As The Grass Shall Grow 1202. Apache Tears 1203. Custer 1204. The Talking Leaves 1205. The Ballad Of Ira Hayes 1206. Drums 1207. White Girl 1208. The Vanishing Race 1301. Orange Blossom Special 1302. The Long Black Veil 1303. It Ain't Me Babe 1304. The Wall 1305. Don't Think Twice, It's All Right 1306. You Wild Colorado 1307. Mama, You Been On My Mind 1308. When It's Springtime In Alaska (It's Forty Below 1309. All Of God's Children Ain't Free 1310. Danny Boy 1311. Wildwood Flower 1312. Amen 1401. Hiawatha's Vision 1402. The Road To Kaintuck 1403. The Shifting, Whispering Sands Part I 1404. Narration 1405. The Ballad Of Boot Hill 1406. I Ride An Old Paint 1407. Narration 1408. Hardin Wouldn't Run 1409. Narration 1410. Mister Garfield 1411. The Streets Of Laredo 1412. Narration 1413. Johnny Reb 1414. A Letter From Home 1415. Bury Me Not On The Lone Prairie 1416. Mean As Hell 1417. Sam Hall 1418. 25 Minutes To Go 1419. The Blizzard 1420. Narration 1421. Sweet Betsy From Pike 1422. Green Grow The Lilacs 1423. Narration 1424. Stampede 1425. The Shifting, Whispering Sands Part II 1426. Reflections 1501. Everybody Loves A Nut 1502. The One On The Right Is On The Left 1503. Cup Of Coffee 1504. The Bug That Tried To Crawl Around The World 1505. The Singing Star's Queen 1506. Austin Prison 1507. Dirty Old Egg-sucking Dog 1508. Take Me Home 1509. Please Don't Play Red River Valley 1510. Boa Constrictor 1511. Joe Bean 1601. Happiness Is You 1602. Guess Things Happen That Way 1603. Ancient History 1604. You Comb Her Hair 1605. She Came From The Mountains 1606. For Lovin' Me 1607. No One Will Ever Know 1608. Is This My Destiny 1609. A Wound Time Can't Erase 1610. Happy To Be With You 1611. Wabash Cannonball 1701. Long-legged Guitar Pickin' Man 1702. Shantytown 1703. It Ain't Me Babe 1704. Fast Boat To Sydney 1705. Pack Up Your Sorrows 1706. I Got A Woman (With June Carter) 1707. Jackson 1708. Oh, What A Good Thing We Had 1709. You'll Be All Right 1710. No, No, No 1711. What'd I Say 1801. From Sea To Shining Sea 1802. The Whirl And The Suck 1803. Call Daddy From The Mine 1804. The Frozen Four-hundred-pound Fair-to-middlin' C 1805. The Walls Of A Prison 1806. The Masterpiece 1807. You And Tennessee 1808. Another Song To Sing 1809. The Flint Arrowhead 1810. Cisco Clifton's Fillin' Station 1811. Shrimpin' Sailin' 1812. From Sea To Shining Sea (Finale) 1901. Folsom Prison Blues 1902. Dark As The Dungeon 1903. I Still Miss Someone 1904. Cocaine Blues 1905. 25 Minutes To Go 1906. Orange Blossom Special 1907. The Long Black Veil 1908. Send A Picture Of Mother 1909. The Wall 1910. Dirty Old Egg-sucking Dog 1911. Flushed From The Bathroom Of Your Heart 1912. Jackson 1913. Give My Love To Rose 1914. I Got Stripes 1915. Green, Green Grass Of Home 1916. Greystone Chapel 2001. Prologue 2002. Land Of Israel 2003. A Mother's Love (Narrative) 2004. This Is Nazareth 2005. Nazarene 2006. Town Of Cana (Narrative) 2007. He Turned The Water Into Wine 2008. My Wife June At Sea Of Galilee (Narrative) 2009. Beautiful Words (Narrative) 2010. Our Guide Jacob At Mount Tabor 2011. The Ten Commandments 2012. Daddy Sang Bass 2013. At The Wailing Wall (Narrative) 2014. Come To The Wailing Wall (Narrative) 2015. In Bethlehem (Narrative) 2016. In Garden Of Gethsemane (Narrative) 2017. The Fourth Man 2018. On The Via Dolorosa (Narrative) 2019. Church Of The Holy Sepulchre (Narrative) 2020. At Calvary (Narrative) 2021. God Is Not Dead 2101. Wanted Man 2102. Wreck Of The Old 97 2103. I Walk The Line 2104. Darlin' Companion 2105. Starkville City Jail 2106. San Quentin 2107. San Quentin 2108. A Boy Named Sue 2109. (There'll Be) Peace In The Valley 2110. Folsom Prison Blues 2201. Southwind 2202. The Devil To Pay 2203. 'Cause I Love You 2204. See Ruby Fall 2205. Route 1, Box 144 2206. Sing A Travelin' Song 2207. If I Were A Carpenter 2208. To Beat The Devil 2209. Blistered 2210. Wrinkled, Crinkled, Wadded Dollar Bill 2211. I've Got A Thing About Trains 2212. Jesus Was A Carpenter 2301. Sunday Morning Coming Down 2302. Come Along And Ride This Train (Six Days On The 2303. Six Days On The Road 2304. There Ain't No Easy Run 2305. The Sailor On A Concrete Sea 2306. These Hands 2307. I'm Gonna Try To Be That Way 2308. Come Along And Ride This Train (Mississippi Delt 2309. Mississippi Delta Land 2310. Detroit City 2311. Uncloudy Day 2312. No Setting Sun 2313. Mississippi Delta Land 2314. Here Was A Man 2401. Flesh And Blood 2402. I Walk The Line 2403. Hungry 2404. This Town 2405. This Side Of The Law 2406. Flesh And Blood 2407. 'Cause I Love You 2408. Cause I Love You 2409. The World's Gonna Fall On You 2410. Face Of Despair 2411. Standing On The Promises/amazing Grace 2501. Rollin' Free 2502. Ballad Of Little Fauss And Big Halsy 2503. Ballad Of Little Fauss And Big Halsy 2504. 706 Union 2505. The Little Man 2506. The Little Man 2507. Wanted Man 2508. Rollin' Free 2509. True Love Is Greater Than Friendship 2510. Movin' 2601. The Preacher Said, Jesus Said 2602. Orphan Of The Road 2603. You've Got A New Light Shining In Your Eyes 2604. If Not For Love 2605. Man In Black 2606. Singin' In Viet Nam Talkin' Blues 2607. Ned Kelly 2608. Look For Me 2609. Dear Mrs. 2610. I Talk To Jesus Every Day 2701. Kate 2702. Melva's Wine 2703. A Thing Called Love 2704. I Promise You 2705. Papa Was A Good Man 2706. Tear Stained Letter 2707. Mississippi Sand 2708. Daddy 2709. Arkansas Lovin' Man 2710. The Miracle Man 2801. Opening Dialogue 2802. Paul Revere 2803. Begin West Movement 2804. The Road To Kaintuck 2805. To The Shining Mountains 2806. The Battle Of New Orleans 2807. Southwestward 2808. Remember The Alamo 2809. Opening The West 2810. Lorena 2811. The Gettysburg Address 2812. The West 2813. Big Foot 2814. Like A Young Colt 2815. Mister Garfield 2816. A Proud Land 2817. The Big Battle 2818. On Wheels And Wings 2819. Come Take A Trip In My Airship 2820. Reaching For The Stars 2821. These Are My People 2901. Opening Dialogue 2902. King Of Love 2903. Dialogue 2904. Jingle Bells 2905. Dialogue 2906. That Christmas Feeling 2907. Dialogue 2908. My Merry Christmas Song 2909. Dialogue 2910. Merry Christmas Mary 2911. Dialogue 2912. Christmas Time's A-comin' 2913. Dialogue 2914. Christmas With You 2915. Dialogue 2916. Christmas As I Knew It 2917. Dialogue 2918. When You're Twenty-one 2919. Dialogue 2920. An Old Fashioned Tree 2921. Dialogue 2922. Silent Night 3001. Any Old Wind That Blows 3002. Kentucky Straight 3003. The Loving Gift 3004. The Good Earth 3005. Best Friend 3006. Oney 3007. The Ballad Of Annie Palmer 3008. Too Little, Too Late 3009. If I Had A Hammer 3010. Country Trash 3011. Welcome Back Jesus 3101. Praise The Lord 3102. Introduction 3103. Gospel Road ( Part 1) 3104. Jesus' Early Years 3105. Gospel Road (Part 2) 3106. John The Baptist 3107. Baptism Of Jesus 3108. Wilderness Temptation 3109. Follow Me, Jesus 3110. Gospel Road ( Part 3) 3111. Jesus Announces His Divinity 3112. Jesus' Opposition Is Established 3113. Jesus' First Miracle 3114. He Turned The Water Into Wine (Part 1) 3115. State Of The Nation 3116. I See Men As Trees Walking 3117. Jesus Was A Carpenter (Part 1) 3118. Choosing Of Twelve Disciples 3119. Jesus' Teachings 3120. Parable Of The Good Shepherd 3121. The Two Greatest Commandments 3122. Greater Love Hath No Man 3123. John The Baptist's Imprisonment And Death 3124. Jesus Cleanses Temple 3125. Jesus Upbraids Scribes And Pharisees 3126. Jesus In The Temple 3127. Come Unto Me 3128. The Adulterous Woman 3129. Help (Part 1) 3130. Jesus And Nicodemus 3131. Help (Part 2) 3132. Sermon On The Mount 3133. Blessed Are 3134. The Lord's Prayer, Amen Chorus 3135. Introducing Mary Magdelene 3136. Mary Magdalene Speaks 3137. Follow Me 3138. Magdalene Speaks Again 3201. Crossing The Sea Of Galilee 3202. He Turned The Water Into Wine (Part 2) 3203. He Turned The Water Into Wine (Part 3) 3204. Feeding The Multitude 3205. The Turned The Water Into Wine (Part 4) 3206. More Jesus Teaching 3207. The Living Water And The Bread Of Life 3208. Gospel Road (Part 4) 3209. Jesus And Children 3210. Children 3211. Four Months To Live 3212. Help (Part 3) 3213. Help (Part 4) 3214. Raising Of Lazarus 3215. Jesus' Second Coming 3216. Jesus' Entry Into Jerusalem 3217. Burden Of Freedom (Chorus) 3218. Jesus Wept 3219. Burden Of Freedom (Chorus) 3220. Jesus Cleanses Temple Again 3221. Feast Of The Passover 3222. Lord Is It I? 3223. The Last Supper 3224. John 14:1-3 3225. And Now He's Alone 3226. Agony In Gethsemane 3227. Jesus Before Caiaphas, Pilate And Herod 3228. Burden Of Freedom 3229. Crucifixion 3230. Jesus' Last Words 3231. Jesus' Death 3232. Earthquake And Darkness 3233. He Is Risen 3234. Mary Magdalene Returns To Galilee 3235. Jesus Appears To Disciples 3236. The Great Commission 3237. Ascension, Amen Chorus 3238. Jesus Was A Carpenter (Part 2) 3301. The Color Of Love 3302. Saturday Night In Hickman County 3303. Allegheny 3304. Life Has Its Little Ups And Downs 3305. Matthew 24 (Is Knocking At The Door) 3306. The City Of New Orleans 3307. Tony 3308. The Pine Tree 3309. We're For Love 3310. Godshine 3401. Orleans Parish Prison 3402. Jacob Green 3403. Me And Bobby Mcgee 3404. The Prisoners Song 3405. The Invertebraes 3406. That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine 3407. City Jail 3408. Life Of A Prisoner 3409. Lookin' Back In Anger 3410. Nobody Cared 3411. Help Me Make It Through The Night 3412. I Saw A Man 3501. Ragged Old Flag 3502. Don't Go Near The Water 3503. All I Do Is Drive 3504. Southern Comfort 3505. King Of The Hill 3506. Pie In The Sky 3507. Lonesome To The Bone 3508. While I've Got It On My Mind 3509. Good Morning Friend 3510. I'm A Worried Man 3511. Please Don't Let Me Out 3512. What On Earth Will You Do (For Heaven's Sake) 3601. The Junkie And The Juicehead (Minus Me) 3602. Don't Take Your Guns To Town 3603. Broken Freedom Song 3604. I Do Believe 3605. Ole Slewfoot 3606. Keep On The Sunny Side 3607. Father And Daughter (Father And Son) 3608. Crystal Chaneliers And Burgundy 3609. Friendly Gates 3610. Billy & Rex & Oral & Bob 3611. Jesus 3612. Lay Back With My Woman 3701. Nasty Dan 3702. One And One Makes Two 3703. I Got A Boy And His Name Is John 3704. Little Magic Glasses 3705. Miss Tara 3706. Dinosaur Song 3707. Tiger Whitehead 3708. Call Of The Wild 3709. Little Green Fountain 3710. Old Shep 3711. (The) Timber Man 3801. Precious Memories 3802. Rock Of Ages 3803. The Old Rugged Cross 3804. Softly And Tenderly 3805. In The Sweet By And By 3806. Just As I Am 3807. Farther Along 3808. When The Roll Is Called Up Yonder 3809. Amazing Grace 3810. At The Cross 3811. Have Thine Own Way Lord 3901. My Old Kentucky Home 3902. Hard Times Comin' 3903. The Lady Came From Baltimore 3904. Lonesome To The Bone 3905. The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down 3906. Clean Your Own Tables 3907. Jesus Was Our Saviour (Cotton Was Our King) 3908. Reason To Believe 3909. Cocaine Carolina 3910. Smokey Factory Blues 4001. Texas-1947 4002. What Have You Got Planned Tonight, Diana 4003. Look At Them Beans 4004. No Charge 4005. I Hardly Ever Sing Beer Drinking Songs 4006. Down The Road I Go 4007. I Never Met A Man Like You Before 4008. All Around Cowboy 4009. Gone 4010. Down At Drippin' Springs 4101. Big River 4102. Dialogue 1 4103. Doin' My Time 4104. Dialogue 2 4105. I Still Miss Someone 4106. Dialogue 3 4107. Another Man Done Gone 4108. I Got Stripes 4109. Introduction Of June Carter Cash (Dialogue 4) 4110. Church In The Wildwood 4111. Medley: Church In The Wildwood/lonesome Valley ( 4112. Church In The Wildwood 4113. Lonesome Valley 4114. Dialogue 5 4115. Strawberry Cake 4116. Dialogue 6 4117. Rock Island Line 4118. Navajo 4119. Dialogue 7 4120. Destination Victoria Station (With The Carter Fa 4121. The Fourth Man 4201. Let There Be Country 4202. One Piece At A Time 4203. In A Young Girl's Mind 4204. Mountain Lady 4205. Michigan City Howdy Do 4206. Sold Out Of Flagpoles 4207. Committed To Parkview 4208. Daughter Of A Railroad Man 4209. Love Has Lost Again 4210. Go On Blues 4301. I Will Dance With You 4302. The Last Gunfighter Ballad 4303. Far Side Banks Of Jordan 4304. Ridin' On The Cotton Belt 4305. Give It Away 4306. You're So Close To Me 4307. City Jail 4308. Cindy, I Love You 4309. Ballad Of Barbara 4310. That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine 4401. Hit The Road And Go 4402. Dialogue 1 4403. If It Wasn't For The Wabash River 4404. Dialogue 2 4405. Lady 4406. Dialogue 3 4407. After The Ball 4408. Dialogue 4 4409. No Earthly Good 4410. Dialogue 5 4411. A Wednesday Car 4412. Dialogue 6 4413. My Cowboy's Last Ride 4414. Dialogue 7 4415. Calilou 4416. Dialogue 8 4501. I Would Like To See You Again 4502. Lately 4503. I Wish I Was Crazy Again 4504. Who's Gene Autry? 4505. Hurt So Bad 4506. I Don't Think I Could Take You Back Again 4507. Abner Brown 4508. After Taxes 4509. There Ain't No Good Chain Gang (With Waylon Jenn 4510. That's The Way It Is 4511. I'm Alright Now 4601. Gone Girl 4602. I Will Rock And Roll With You 4603. The Diplomat 4604. No Expectations 4605. It Comes And Goes 4606. It'll Be Her 4607. The Gambler 4608. Cajun Born 4609. You And Me 4610. A Song For The Life 4701. The L&n Don't Stop Here Anymore 4702. Lonesome To The Bone 4703. Bull Rider 4704. I'll Say It's True 4705. (Ghost) Riders In The Sky 4706. Cocaine Blues 4707. Muddy Waters 4708. West Canterbury Subdivision Blues 4709. Lately I Been Leanin' Toward The Blues 4710. I'm Gonna Sit On The Porch And Pick On My Old Gu 4801. Cold Lonesome Morning 4802. Without Love 4803. W-o-m-a-n 4804. The Cowboy Who Started The Fight 4805. The Twentieth Century Is Almost Over 4806. Rockabilly Blues (Texas 1955) 4807. The Last Time 4808. She's A Go-er 4809. It Ain't Nothing New Babe 4810. One Way Rider 4901. Joy To The World 4902. Away In A Manger 4903. O Little Town Of Bethlehem 4904. Silent Night, Holy Night 4905. It Came Upon A Midnight Clear 4906. Hark The Herald Angels Sing 4907. I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day 4908. O Come All Ye Faithful 4909. Little Gray Donkey 4910. The Christmas Guest 5001. The Baron 5002. Mobile Bay 5003. The Hard Way 5004. A Ceiling, Four Walls, And A Floor 5005. Hey, Hey Train 5006. The Reverend Mr. Black 5007. The Blues Keep Gettin' Bluer 5008. Chattanooga City Limit Sign 5009. Thanks To You 5010. The Greatest Love Affair 5101. Get Rhythm 5102. I Forgot To Remember To Forget 5103. Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad 5104. That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine 5105. Matchbox 5106. I'll Fly Away 5107. Whole Lot-ta Shakin' Goin' On 5108. Rockin' My Life Away 5109. Blue Suede Shoes 5110. There Will Be Peace In The Valley For Me 5111. Can The Circle Be Unbroken 5112. I Saw The Light 5201. Georgia On A Fast Train 5202. John's 5203. Fair Weather Friends 5204. Paradise 5205. We Must Believe In Magic 5206. Only Love 5207. Good Old Amerian Guest 5208. I'll Cross Over Jordon Someday 5209. Sing A Song 5210. Ain't Gonna Hobo No More 5301. Highway Patrolman 5302. That's The Truth 5303. God Bless Robert E. Lee 5304. New Cut Road 5305. Johnny 99 5306. Ballad Of The Ark 5307. Joshua Gone Barbados 5308. Girl From The Canyon 5309. Brand New Dance 5310. I'm Ragged But I'm Right 5401. Ring Of Fire 5402. Folsom Prison Blues 5403. I Still Miss Someone 5404. Big River 5405. Cowboy Medley: I Ride An Old Paint/the Streets O 5406. I Ride An Old Paint 5407. The Streets Of Laredo 5408. Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down 5409. I Walk The Line 5410. Last Date 5411. City Of New Orleans 5412. Railroad Medley: Hey Porter/wreck Of The Old '97 5413. Hey Porter 5414. Wreck Of The Old '97 5415. Casey Jones 5416. Orange Blossom Special 5417. Wabash Cannonball 5418. Wabash Cannonball (Conclusion) 5501. I'm Leaving Now 5502. Here Comes That Rainbow Again 5503. They're All The Same 5504. Easy Street 5505. Have You Ever Seen The Rain 5506. You Beat All I Ever Saw 5507. Unwed Fathers 5508. Love Me Like You Used To 5509. Casey's Last Ride 5510. Borderline (A Musical Whodunit) 5601. Highwayman 5602. The Last Cowboy Song 5603. Jim, I Wore A Tie Today 5604. Big River 5605. Committed To Parkview 5606. Desperados Waiting For A Train 5607. Deportee (Plane Wreck At Los Gatos) 5608. Welfare Line 5609. Against The Wind 5610. The Twentieth Century Is Almost Over 5701. Folks Out On The Road 5702. I'm Never Gonna Roam Again 5703. American By Birth 5704. Field Of Diamonds 5705. Heroes 5706. Even Cowgirls Get The Blues 5707. Love Is The Way 5708. The Ballad Of Forty Dollars 5709. I'll Always Love You (In My Own Crazy Way) 5710. One Too Many Mornings 5801. Silver Stallion 5802. Born And Raised In Black And White 5803. Two Stories Wide 5804. We're All In Your Corner 5805. American Remains 5806. Anthem '84 5807. Angels Love Bad Men 5808. Songs That Make A Difference 5809. Living Legend 5810. Texas 5901. Big River 5902. I Still Miss Someone 5903. Five Feet High And Rising 5904. Pickin' Time 5905. Remember The Alamo 5906. Last Night I Had The Strangest Dream 5907. Wreck Of The Old 97 5908. The Long Black Veil 5909. The Wall 5910. Send A Picture Of Mother 5911. Folsom Prison Blues 5912. Blue Suede Shoes 5913. Flowers On The Wall 5914. Wildwood Flower 5915. Worried Man Blues 5916. A Boy Named Sue 5917. Cocaine Blues 5918. Jesus Was A Carpenter 5919. The Ballad Of Ira Hayes 5920. As Long As The Grass Shall Grow 5921. Sing A Travelin' Song 5922. He Turned The Water Into Wine 5923. Were You There (When They Crucified My Lord) 5924. Daddy Sang Bass 5925. Finale Medley 5926. Do What You Do, Do Well 5927. I Walk The Line 5928. Ring Of Fire 5929. Folsom Prison Blues 5930. The Rebel - Johnny Yuma 5931. Folsom Prison Blues 5932. Suppertime 6001. Rock Island Line 6002. (I Heard That) Lonesome Whistle 6003. Country Boy 6004. If The Good Lord's Willing 6005. Cry Cry Cry 6006. Remember Me (I'm The One Who Loves You) 6007. So Doggone Lonesome 6008. I Was There When It Happened 6009. I Walk The Line 6010. The Wreck Of The Old 97 6011. Folsom Prison Blues 6012. Doin' My Time 6013. Luther Played The Boogie 6014. Hey Porter 6015. Get Rhythm 6016. Ballad Of A Teenage Queen 6017. There You Go 6018. Come In Stranger 6019. Don't Make Me Go 6020. Train Of Love 6021. Guess Things Happen That Way 6022. The Ways Of A Woman In Love 6023. Next In Line 6024. You're The Nearest Thing To Heaven 6025. I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love With You) 6026. Home Of The Blues 6027. Big River 6028. Give My Love To Rose 6101. All Over Again 6102. You Dreamer You 6103. I Got Stripes 6104. I'll Remember You 6105. Lorena 6106. Smiling Bill Mccall 6107. Second Honeymoon 6108. Girl In Saskatoon 6109. Locomotive Man 6110. Tall Men 6111. A Little At A Time 6112. Pick A Bale O' Cotton 6113. Send A Picture Of Mother 6114. The Matador 6115. Dark As A Dungeon 6116. Hammers And Nails 6117. Time And Time Again 6118. The Sons Of Katie Elder 6119. A Certain Kinda Hurtin' 6120. Cotton Pickin' Hands 6121. Bottom Of A Mountain 6122. You Beat All I Ever Saw 6123. Put The Sugar To Bed 6124. The Wind Changes 6125. Red Velvet 6126. Rosanna's Going Wild 6127. Roll Call 6128. The Folk Singer 6129. Girl From The North Country 6130. What Is Truth 6131. Little Bit Of Yesterday 6132. A Song To Mama 6201. No Need To Worry 6202. I'll Be Loving You 6203. A Front Row Seat To Hear Ole Johnny Sing 6204. The World Needs A Melody 6205. Help Me Make It Through The Night 6206. Praise The Lord And Pass The Soup 6207. The Ballad Of Barbara 6208. Pick The Wildwood Flower 6209. Diamonds In The Rough 6210. Song To Woody 6211. Hey Porter 6212. I Still Miss Someone 6213. My Ship Will Sail 6214. It's All Over 6215. Old Time Feeling 6216. Song Of The Patriot 6217. I Will Dance With You 6218. The General Lee 6219. Crazy Old Soldier 6220. The Chicken In Black 6221. Battle Of Nashville 6222. They Killed Him 6223. The Three Bells 6224. The Human Condition


Mademoiselle Karen - Comme Les Garcons (w) - 2836934766

10,54 zł

Mademoiselle Karen - Comme Les Garcons (w)

Książki & Multimedia > Muzyka

Opis - Mademoiselle Karen pojawiła się na polskiej scenie muzycznej w 2010 r. wydając swój debiutancki album "Attention". Ów krążek zdobył dobre recenzje i spotkał się z przychylnym odbiorem słuchaczy. Po wydaniu debiutu nadszedł czas na drugi krążek. Nowy album Mademoiselle Karen zatytułowany "Comme Les Garçons" trafi na półki sklepowe 5 marca. Inspiracją dla nowego materiału była trasa koncertowa jaką artystka odbyła wraz z zespołem Czesław Śpiewa. Nowe kompozycje to istna eksplozja różnych gatunków muzycznych oraz języków, przedstawiona w niezwykle delikatnej i zaskakującej formie. "Comme Les Garçons" składa się z 11 utworów, które artystka śpiewa w czterech językach: francuskim, polskim, angielskim oraz duńskim. To płyta gdzie wszystko jest dozwolone i niczego nie można pominąć. Nazwa - Comme Les Garcons (w) Autor - Mademoiselle Karen Wydawca - Mystic Production Kod EAN - 5903427876454 Rok wydania - 2014 Nośnik - Płyta CD Podatek VAT - 23%


Deborah Parkin - 2827026158

130,08 zł

Deborah Parkin Galerie Vevais

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

My work is ultimately about emotion. It is about capturing a moment or a memory. I have always been interested in the idea of 'memory' - I think this came through my studies, my reading of so many diaries and journals for my MA in Holocaust Studies. Although my work is very personal, the intention is that it is open enough for others to bring their own stories to it. My passion for photography started in earnest with the birth of my son. I had always enjoyed the photograph as an object but with his arrival came the need to record our lives. After the birth of my daughter I found that I was photographing as a way of exploring my own childhood memories as well as using it to document our lives. Photography was now becoming a means of expressing myself artistically. In my photography I have always been drawn to the theme of childhood, whether it has been recreating my own personal memories, making images of my children and recording their childhood or working with children using ancient photographic processes. I work with a variety of photographic mediums, from medium and large format cameras using film, to working with the Victorian Wet Plate Collodion Process. I love to work in a slow and considered way and one in which I collaborate with each child that sits before me. Deborah Parkin "The keys to understanding and appreciating the art of Deborah Parkin are beauty and strange-making, that Russian artistic concept called ostranenie (żżżżżżżżżż), a way of making perfectly ordinary things, a portrait of a child, for instance, seem quite strange and extraordinary. Of course, her art is about children and particularly her own children, about preserving the past for the future, and about working in a slow and luminous process. But what rises above all these descriptive aspects of it, what we finally are most struck by and respond to, are its beauty and ostranenie. Look, for example, at "Fern" or "The Unseen Eye" or this astounding image "Fleur and the Flower Crown". As a photographic historian and critic, I have looked at a great many photographs in my career, but these, like many others of hers, came with a shock, a jolt to the heart. These are deeply and movingly beautiful images, even though she has many others more "classically" beautiful, more Cameronesque, one could say: "Anti-climax", "Portrait of a Boy", "Growing Pains", and "I Dream", for example. But the quality that is so striking about those first three I mentioned is that their beauty is entwined with strange-making. They are timeless, as real art always is, but they are so clearly not of our time and our place that when I first saw them, I knew them from history. They seemed very much a part of the 19th century but not of the privileged world of Julia Margaret Cameron. These are the children whose faces one sees in Thomas Annan's Old Closes and Streets of Glasgow, in John Thomson's Street Life in London, and similar work from the 19th century. I am not suggesting that Parkin was attempting to evoke a darker past or pull at our heart-strings in these photographs. I am only pointing out that her strange-making art has the power to evoke history in its ability to suggest a truthful and honest portrait of the child, that her art can with the greatest subtlety suggest the child as the child actually was for most of the history of the world-and, sadly, as the child still is in most of the world. And this is something that I have never seen in the work of any other photographer. The world of children in those three portraits is not the sweet, impossible, and perfect idyll that Heinrich Kühn always photographed his children basking in nor is it that tragic world of the children Dr. Bernardo commissioned to be photographed in order to shock the Victorian consciousness into compassion, just as his contemporary humanitarians Charles Dickens, Frederick Engels, and the 7th Earl of Shaftesbury did in their work. Parkin has written that, though not challenging the actual "innocence" of children, she "is challenging the notion of childhood being innocent. We shouldn't sentimentalize childhood, to do this would be a grave disservice to our children. It would be a lie. It would suggest that a child lives in a blissful bubble and doesn't feel things that we do as adults. Children are acutely aware of what is going on around them. Children feel as vulnerable, if not more vulnerable than adults. [C]hildhood is what shapes us into the adults we become." And, as we all know, it can shape us for good or ill. Deborah Parkin's use of strange-making is not limited to the three photographs I mentioned. There is obvious strange-making in her transformations of children into angels, rabbits, and cats. But that is only strange-making to the eye of an adult, which most of her viewers will be, but not at all to the eye of a child. In his poem "anyone lived in a pretty how town" E. E. Cummings chronicled the loss of that innocent eye: "down they forgot as up they grew." In addition to noticing the beauty and strange-making in Deborah Parkin's work, it also helps to see her work as a child would-if we have not forgotten, if we can remember what we grew up and away from. Seen through our youthful eyes, the world of Deborah Parkin's art can be read as an adventure-a serious, lyrical, truthful, and deeply joyful one." Prof. John Wood


Stages of Schizophrenia, The (Part 3) - 2826875698

85,44 zł

Stages of Schizophrenia, The (Part 3) Chipmunka Publishing

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

By Mark Ellerby ISBN: 9781847470997 Published: 2006 Pages: 136 Key Themes: schizophrenia, recovery, self-help Description This, Mark Ellerby's third book on the subject of schizophrenia, deals further with his experiences of and thoughts on living with schizophrenia. Mark is an entertaining and informative writer and this is a worthy addition to his previous works. About the Author My biographical history is very much dominated by schizophrenia which began at age 21. I had just graduated from university and starting a PhD. course in political philosophy. I had to give up my PhD. after a five year struggle with the illness due to a lack of information to hand about what hearing voices actually is. Book Extract I have often wondered if my schizophrenia was caused by acute depression together with a nervous breakdown. There was a kind of transitional stage from the social isolation that comes with a serious depression and increasing vulnerability to hearing voices. I do not know nor do I think anyone knows if there is a link but the context of one naturally leads to exposure to the other. Starting to be alone for the first time in my life magnified those first auditory hallucinations. I think there was another kind of susceptibility to the schizophrenia: with the depression I felt I had no fight left in me. But with schizophrenia that is exactly what you need. You have to fight the influence of the voices (which in my case where very insipid). I felt when I had depression that I was so pliable that I would have gone along with any suggestion. Fortunately the depression past, unfortunately the schizophrenia gradually became what I can only describe as more invasive. Being a postgraduate did not help my situation. Research is a solipsistic activity at best. All you have to do is meet with your supervisor once a week and tell him your ideas. That leaves the rest of time for being in the library. Fortunately, I had most of it done by the end of the first year, aided by the fact that I was self funded the year before that. All I really had to do was write it all up. But this was the hard part - concentrating while you were hearing voices. Gradually they began to take over my life. I did not know who to turn to or what to say about them. I had no medical problems prior to the onset of schizophrenia and was not familiar enough with any medical persons who might have noticed I was ill. I do not know if I looked ill but I certainly felt it. All illnesses are psycho-somatic. I was not on terms of familiarity with many other students, except perhaps a few fellow postgraduates. I think none of them knew what was happening either and probably put my withdrawal down to work stresses.


Cross The Brazos At Waco - 2839413703

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1. Headin' For Heartaches 2. I'm Gonna Take My Heart Away From You 3. You're Gonna Pay With A Broken Heart 4. You Didn't Try & Didn't Care 5. Too Many Times 6. Dirt 'Neath Your Feet 7. I Guess I'll Have To Die 8. Anything Your Heart Desires 9. The Last Kiss Is The Sweetest 10. Alcohol Love 11. I Ain't Got No Roses 12. Beautiful Brown Eyes 13. Don't Tell A Soul I Love You 14. She's Got Honky Tonk Blood (In Her Veins) 15. What Would You Do 16. Always Think Of You 17. Ting-a-ling 18. Fifteen Hugs Past Midnight (Twenty Kisses) 19. Millie Darling 20. Anything Your Heart Desires 21. What Makes Me Love You (Like I Do) 22. One Heart's Beatin', One Heart's Cheatin' 23. If I Should Live That Long 24. Stolen Love 25. Who Took My Ring From Your Finger 101. Back Street Affair 102. You Can Talk Me Out Of Anything (But You) 103. True Love's So Hard To Find 104. You Have My Heart Now/you Know You Did 105. The One You Hurt 106. I Can Tell 107. I Had A Dream 108. I'm Looking For Love 109. Gal About Town 110. I Didn't Have The Nerve It Took To Go 111. Don't Let Your Pride Break Your Heart 112. Mexican Joe 113. Time Will Tell 114. Headin' For Heartaches 115. It Hurts Too Much To Laugh 116. I Got Lost Along The Way 117. I Can't Keep The Girls Away 118. Thank You For Calling 119. Candle Light 120. Pretend You Just Don't Know Me 121. I'm A Fool To Care 122. Going-going-gone! 201. Kissing You 202. You're The Only Good Thing 203. Let Me Hear From You 204. Let Me Hear From You 205. Hey! 206. Fool That I Am 207. The Record 208. Which One Of Us Is To Blame (&jeanette Hicks) 209. Let's Make Memories Tonight(& Jeanette Hicks) 210. Whirlpool 211. Go Ahead & Make Me Cry 212. The Most Important Thing 213. Can't You Love Me Just A Little 214. Blue Mountain Waltz (& Jeanette Hicks) 215. Why Does It Have To Be (& Jeanette Hicks) 216. So Far 217. Little Baggy Britches 218. Leavin' On My Mind 219. I'll Never Stand In Your Way 220. Untamed Heart 221. Especially For Fools 222. If You Were Happy (Then I'm Satisfied) 223. Headin' Down The Wrong Highway 224. On My Mind Again (& The Crickets) 225. Viva La Matador! (& The Crickets) 301. Anything Your Heart Desires 302. I Care No More 303. The Image Of Me 304. I Need It 305. Where My Baby Goes (She Goes With Me) 306. Put Your Hand In Mine 307. It'll Take A While 308. It's Doggone Tough On Me 309. Ghost Of A Promise 310. Love's Got A Hold Of Me 311. I Dreamed Of An Old Love Affair 312. Mr. Heartache 313. I Thought About You 314. The Storm Within My Heart 315. One Way Give & Take 316. A Woman Like You 317. I Call It Heaven (& Ray Price) 318. Forever 319. Farewell Party 320. Changed My Mind 321. Gotta Find A Way 322. I'll Be True To You 323. Little Lover 324. I Wish You Love 325. Yes, I've Made It 326. Faded Lights & Lonesome People 401. Just Call Me Lonesome (From Now On) 402. Let's Think About Livin'/alone With You 403. They'll Never Take Her Love From Me 404. I Take The Chance 405. Guess Things Happen That Way 406. (Remember Me) I'm The One Who Loves You 407. Molly Darling 408. Rockin' Alone (In An Old Rockin' Chair) 409. Gonna Find Me A Bluebird 410. There Stands The Glass 411. Jambalaya 412. Charlie's Shoes 413. Funny How Time Slips Away 414. Joey's Back In Town 415. Charlie's Shoes 416. Wild Colonial Boy 417. I Know I'm Lying 418. The Next Voice You Hear 419. Willie The Weeper 420. It's Me Not Them 421. Lovely Hula Hands 422. Beggin' For Trouble 423. Plaything 424. I've Got A New Heartache 425. Give Back My Heart 426. Ancient History 427. Thank You For Calling 428. The Man Who Had Everything 429. These Arms Of Mine 430. Throw Me Out 501. Storm Of Love 502. That Would Sure Go Good 503. Heart Be Careful 504. Circumstances 505. It's Lonesome 506. The Morning Paper 507. Coming Back For More 508. Cross The Brazos At Waco 509. Down To My Last Cigarette 510. It It Pleases You 511. I'm So Miserable Without You 512. Matamoros 513. Samuel Colt 514. Blue Moonlight 515. Come A Little Bit Closer 516. The Gun, The Gold, The Girl 517. The Blizzard 518. Pancho Villa 519. Cattle Call 520. Amigo's Guitar 521. The Lawman 522. Buy Juanita Some Flowers 523. I'm Nothin' To You 524. Smokey Memories 525. Nobody But A Fool 526. Pretend You Don't See Me 527. Don't Change


Letter from America - 2212824618

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When Alistair Cooke retired in March 2004 and then died a few weeks later, he was acclaimed by many as one of the greatest broadcasters of all time. His Letters from America, which began in 1946 and continued uninterrupted every week until early 2004, kept the world in touch with what was happening in Cooke's wry, liberal and humane style. This selection, made largely by Cooke himself and supplemented by his literary executor, gives us the very best of these legendary broadcasts. Over half have never appeared in print before. It is a remarkable portrait of a continent - and a man. Fred Astaire 26 June 1987 Movie stars don't make it. Nor statesmen. Not Prime Ministers, or dictators unless they die in office. Not even a world-famous rock star, unless he's assassinated. But last Monday, none of the three national television networks hesitated about the story that would lead the evening news. On millions of little screens in this country and I don't doubt in many other countries around the world, the first shots were of an imp, a graceful wraith, a firefly in impeccable white tie and tails. And for much longer than the lead story usually runs, for a full five minutes on NBC, we were given a loving retrospective of the dead man, ending with the firm declaration by Nureyev that 'He was not just the best ballroom dancer, or tap dancer, he was simply the greatest, most imaginative, dancer of our time.' And the newsmen were right to remind us of the immortal comment of the Hollywood mogul, who, with the no-nonsense directness of an expert, reported on Fred Astaire's first film test: 'Has enormous ears, can't act, can't sing, dances a little.' That Hollywood mogul, long gone, spent his life ducking round corners, to avoid being identified as the oaf who looked in the sky and never saw the brightest star. However, that expert opinion was, as the lawyers say, controlling at the time and in Astaire's first movies, there was no thought of allowing him to act or sing. But not for long. And thanks to the invention of television, and the need to fill vast stretches of the afternoon and night with old movies, it has been possible for my daughter, for instance, to claim Fred Astaire as her favourite film star from the evidence of all the movies he made fifteen, ten, five, three years before she was born. When I got the news on Monday evening here, and realized with immediate professional satisfaction that the BBC had smartly on hand a musical obituary tribute to him I put together eight years ago, I couldn't help recalling the casual, comic way this and similar radio obituaries came about. I was in London at the end of 1979, and Richard Rodgers - one of the two or three greatest of American songwriters - had just died, I believe on New Year's Eve or the night before. Britons, by then, were getting accustomed, without pain, to making what used to be a two-day Christmas holiday into a ten-day much-needed rest. For all laborious research purposes, the BBC was shut up. And there was no retrospective programme on the life and music of Richard Rodgers in the BBC's archives. Of course, in a gramophone library that looks like an annex to the Pentagon, there were hundreds, perhaps thousands, of recordings of his songs. The SOS went out to a writer, a producer, and - I presume - a man who had the key to the gramophone library. The silent place was unlocked, and the three of them laboured through the day to put together an hour's tribute to Richard Rodgers. It was done. It was competent enough, but rushed to an impossible deadline. This hasty improvisation happened just when my own music producer and I, who had enjoyed working together for six years or so on American popular music, were wondering what we could offer next. We'd done a sketch history of jazz, through individuals. We'd gone through all the popular music of the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s, and were stumped for a new series, at which point I asked if we mightn't go and talk to the head of the channel, network or whatever. We went in, and the genial boss asked me what we had in mind. 'A morgue,' I said. A what? 'Where', I asked, 'is your morgue?' He was not familiar with the word, a newspaper term. 'Well,' I said, 'all newspapers have them.' 'How d'you mean?' 'If, I explained, 'Mrs Thatcher died tonight and you woke up and read a two-sentence obituary, you'd be rightly outraged. But if you saw a two-page obituary, you'd take it for granted. When d'you suppose it was written?' 'That's right,' he said thoughtfully. What I was proposing was a morgue of the Americans eminent in popular music and jazz, so they'd not get caught short again. A splendid idea, the man said; pick your stars. We made a list and were commissioned to return to America and finish all of them. Naturally, we looked at a calendar, and birthdates of Hoagy Carmichael, Earl Hines, Harold Arlen, Ethel Merman, Stephane Grappelli, Ella Fitzgerald. But then, in a spasm of panic, we thought of two giants - if the word can be used about two comparative midgets: Irving Berlin and Fred Astaire. Berlin was then 91. And Fred Astaire was just crowding 80. The boss man, to whom the idea of a morgue had been, only a few minutes before, quaint if not morbid, wondered what we were waiting for. Better get busy, at once, on Berlin and then on Astaire. I remember doing the Astaire obit, then and there, while I was still in London. Meanwhile, we'd simply pray every night that the Lord would keep Irving Berlin breathing till I could get home and get busy. I remember being picked up in a car by a charming young girl to get to the BBC and record my Astaire narration - there wasn't a moment to lose. She asked me, in the car, what the script was that I was clutching. 'It's an obituary', I said, 'of Fred Astaire.' 'Fred Astaire,' she shrieked, 'dead?' and almost swerved into a bus. 'Of course, he's not dead,' I said, 'but he's going to be one day.' She, too, was new to the institution of a morgue. I recalled that when I was a correspondent for a British paper in the United States, and when for example. Dean Acheson was appointed Secretary of State, the first cable I had from my editor said, 'Welcome Acheson obituary soonest.' How ghoulish, she said. I imagine that to two generations at least, it's assumed that Fred Astaire, this slim, pop-eyed newcomer to Hollywood who couldn't act, couldn't sing, danced a little, only made a fool of the mogul through the movies he made, with Ginger Rogers, in the mid- and late 1930s. But long before then, from the mid-1920s on, he was already an incomparable star - as a dancer - to theatre audiences both in New York and in London. Perhaps more in London than anywhere, certainly in the 1920s, with the early Gershwin hits, Funny Face and Lady Be Good, and lastly, in 1933, in Cole Porter's Gay Divorce (which was the title of the theatre show; Hollywood would not then allow so shocking a title and called the movie version, The Gay Divorcee). Of all the thousands of words that have been written this week, and will be written, there is a passage I went back to on Tuesday night which, I think, as well as anything I know, sums up Astaire's overall appeal - the appeal that takes in but transcends one's admiration for his dancing and for his inimitably intimate singing style. This was written in November 1933, by a theatre critic who had so little feel for dancing that he marvelled why London should go on about 'Mr Astaire's doing well enough what the Tiller Girls at Blackpool do superbly'. The critic, the writer, was James Agate, the irascible, dogmatic, opinionated but brilliant journalist, and I believe the best critic of acting we have had this century. He is writing his review of Gay Divorce, after declaring yet again his contempt for musical comedy as an entertainment for idiots, deploring the play's plot and the acting and hoping 'Micawberishly, for something to turn up'. 'Presently,' he wrote, 'Mr Fred Astaire obliged, and there is really no more to be said.' Except


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