Double-drumming is a percussion technique, developed around 1900, allowing the use of both a bass and snare drum by one person, using drum sticks, prior to the invention of the bass drum pedal and leading to the availability of the drum kit. According to Len'Hunt' Doc, double drumming allowed one player to "beat a fast four-in-a-bar bass drum, doing a close roll on snare at the same time," whereas before it would have taken two percussionists. Accomplished through close positioning of the bass and snare heads, the cymbals were played by tapping a foot pedal called a "low-boy"; this style is best exemplified by early New Orleans Jazz/Second Line bands, Baby Dodds has been called the master. It has been proposed that either the bass foot pedal or hi-hat pedal was invented, or rather, first; the illustration in Blades and Dean implies that the low-boy started out as a stick laid over two cymbals and that the positioning of the snare and bass was facing each other, nearly touching at the bottom, achieved through use of snare and bass drum stands, while Nicholls describes the snare drum as being, "tilted alarmingly close to vertical."
Hessler and Famularo argue that the bass drum pedal must have come first, due to its less sensitive action. This process contributed to the standard drum kit layout and arm position, as most drummers chose to play the bass pedal with their right foot; when the hi-hat came along, it was left to the other foot, traditional grip made the use of the right hand, thus a cross-, rather than open-, handed technique, more comfortable. Double bass drum Double drumming Brown, Theodore D.. "Double Drumming", Percussive Notes 20 no. 1: 32-34
Mikkel Hindhede, was a Danish physician and nutritionist, born on the farm Hindhede outside Ringkøbing on the Danish west coast. Hindhede was the manager of the Danish National Laboratory for Nutrition Research in Frederiksberg in Copenhagen 1910 – 32 and food advisor to the Danish government during World War I. On his suggestion, much of the pigs were sold off and the number of cows for dairy was reduced by one third. Alcohol production was limited; the agricultural food freed. With these measures, not only could famines be avoided during the allied blockade in 1917 and 1918, the death rate sank to the lowest number ever; these results were published in the Journal of the American Medical Association in 1920. Germany had more food per capita, but a larger share was used for animal production, famine was widespread in 1918. Encouraged by his uncle, the physicist Niels Johannes Fjord at the Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Hindhede was allowed to study medicine in Copenhagen and graduated with distinction in 1888.
After two decades as a general practitioner and hospital doctor in Skanderborg in Jutland, he returned with his family to Copenhagen in 1909, where he lived for the rest of his life. In his research, he studied the protein minimum and showed that earlier estimates of more than 100 grams per day were exaggerated, he recommended more rye bread and vegetables, less meat. Hindhede Nature Park and Hindhede Quarry in Singapore are named after the elder of his two sons, Jens Hindhede, a businessman and tea farmer in Singapore and Malaysia in the 20s and 30s; the younger son was industrialist Kristian Hindhede. In 1912, Hindhede showed. One of his laboratory assistants agreed to live on potatoes and butter for a year. Hindhede concluded that "man can retain full vigor for a year or longer on a diet of potatoes and fat". Polish scientists Stanislaw Kon and Aniela Klein confirmed Hindhede's findings. Kon and Klein used potatoes and butter for 167 days. In 1928, they reported that "digestion was excellent throughout the experiment and both subjects felt well".
Hindhede recommended people to eat a lacto-vegetarian diet, low in protein, as it is cheaper and healthier than a meat based diet. In 1920, in the journal Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift, Hindhede commented: "The reader knows... how I have emphasized the advantages of a lacto-vegetarian diet. In principle, I am not a vegetarian, but I believe I have shown that a diet containing a large amount of meat and eggs is dangerous to the health." Eine Reform Unserer Ernährung What to Eat - and Why The Effect of Food Restriction During War on Mortality in Copenhagen
Thomas Danneberg is a German actor and voice-actor. He is best known as Charles Emerson in the 1967 Edgar Wallace film The Blue Hand and for dubbing over the actors Arnold Schwarzenegger, Terence Hill, Sylvester Stallone, John Cleese, Dan Aykroyd, Adriano Celentano, Nick Nolte, John Travolta, Michael York, Rutger Hauer and Dennis Quaid, he has collaborated with the German trance/techno-band E Nomine on a number of their albums. Codename: Wildgeese - 1985 - Habib Commando Leopard - 1986 - Jose Der Commander - 1988 - "Crazy Bo" Gustafsson A Sitch in Time Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas Brother Bear Shark Tale Shrek 2 Shrek the Third The Fox and the Hound Big Hero 6 Ankh Jack Keane Dan Aykroyd John Cleese Terence Hill Dennis Quaid Arnold Schwarzenegger Sylvester Stallone John Travolta Die Hard with a Vengeance The Fall Guy Highlander Hulk Mother, Jugs & Speed 2007: John Katzenbach: Die Anstalt, The Madman's Tale, publisher: Argon Verlag, ISBN 978-3866102743 Thomas Danneberg on IMDb German Dubbing Card Index
The New Zealand Railway and Locomotive Society Inc is a society of railway enthusiasts, based in Wellington. The Society publishes the New Zealand Railway Observer and a newsletter Turntable; the Society publishes books on railway subjects. There are about 25 books available, as listed on the website. Most are about New Zealand railways. For contact details, including addresses of local representatives throughout New Zealand and in England, see the Society website; the Society archives are in the Thomas McGavin Building on the Ava railway station's former goods yard in the Hutt Valley. At one time an old railway carriage held at the Ngaio railway station was used. NZRLS website The New Zealand Railway Observer
Sunshine Boy: The Unheard Studio Sessions & Demos 1971–1972 is an album by Townes Van Zandt. It was released posthumously in 2013. Sunshine Boy collects alternate takes, cover songs and demos from what many believe to be Van Zandt's most productive period, culminating in 1972 with the release of two heralded albums: High, Low and In Between and The Late Great Townes Van Zandt. Disc one contains alternate takes of several compositions, such as his classic "Pancho and Lefty", stripped of the strings and mariachi horns that augmented the original, "White Freight Liner Blues," which contains southern rock elements; the second disc contains intimate demos featuring Van Zandt and just his guitar, an approach many believe to be ideal for his poetic sad songs. Sunshine Boy has received positive reviews from critics. Fred Thomas of AllMusic writes, "Though all of the songs on Sunshine Boy found their way to official albums in more fleshed-out versions, these uncluttered takes offer a beautifully bare look at a young artist whose combination of astonishing gifts and troubled life would make him an American folk hero."
David Grossman of PopMatters insists the LP "captures the raw power of his songbook as well as any collection before it, several more thereafter." Brian T. Atkinson of The Telegraph states, "By close, Sunshine Boy's joys number many and they're hardly reserved for purists. Superior packaging and key alternate takes alone make this collection essential for casual fans." In a five star review, Kelly Dearmore of American Songwriter asserts, "Each song forces the listener to stop and wonder where Van Zandt's mind was taking him as a specific song was cut, or what might've been'really meant' when a certain line was sung. Such unavoidable thoughts and questions give this beautiful double record the weight of an historical document." All songs written by Townes Van Zandt unless otherwise indicated CD 1 "T For Texas" "Who Do You Love" "Sunshine Boy" "Where I Lead Me" "Blue Ridge Mountains" "No Deal" "Pancho and Lefty" "To Live Is to Fly" "You Are Not Needed Now" "Don't Take It Too Bad" "Sad Cinderella" "Mr. Mudd and Mr. Gold" "White Freight Liner Blues" "Two Hands" "Lungs" "Dead Flowers" CD 2 "Heavenly Houseboat Blues" "Diamond Heel Blues" "To Live Is to Fly" "Tower Song" "You Are Not Needed Now" "Mr. Mudd and Mr. Gold" "Highway Kind" "Greensboro Woman" "When He Offers His Hand" "Dead Flowers" "Old Paint" "Standin'" "Untitled" Recorded in 1971 at Larrabee Sound Studios, Los Angeles and 914 Sound Recording Studios, New York Recorded in 1972 at Jack Clement Recording Studios, Nashville Mixed at O.
F. R, North Hollywood, CA Mastered Lurssen Mastering
Rashtriya Samaj Paksha is an Indian political party based in Maharashtra and founded in 2003. Mahadev Jankar is the founder president. Now S L Akkisagar is national President, Prabodhankar Govindram Shurnar from Nanded have been working as social worker for their society since 1994. Mr. Govindram met Mahadev Jankar in one program at Mumbai. After that Mahadev Jankar had started their work with co-operation of Govindram Shurnar from Nanded city. Mahadev Jankar were BSP Candidate of lok sabha election 1998 from Nanded. For this election Mr. Govindram was responsible person; as it was first election of Mahadev Jankar they got Approx 20k votes. For this election Everyone was working hard specially, and Because of Mr. Govindram Shurnar they started celebrating jayanti of Ahilyadevi Holkar at chondi from 1995. In the 2004 Maharashtra Assembly elections the party fielded 38 candidates and received 144,753 votes, 0.35% of the total. In the 2004 Lok Sabha elections the party fielded 12 candidates in Maharashtra and one in Karnataka state.
The party received 0.04 % of the total. In the 2009 Loksabha elections they fielded 29 candidates in Maharashtra, two in Assam, one in Gujarat and one in Karnataka, being 23rd in number of candidates, they received 190,743 votes in 201,065 in total. Mahadeo Jankar stood against Sharad Pawar and Subhash Deshmukh in Madha and received 10.76% of the vote. In Maharashtra Assembly Elections Rashtriya Samaj Paksha was part of Republican Left Democratic Front popularly known as RIDALOS. RSP candidate Babasaheb Patil won from Ahmedpur. Rashtriya Samaj Paksha joined NDA in January 2014. So in General Election 2014,Rashtriya Samaj Paksha fought with NDA along with its allies BJP, Republican Party of India and Swabhimani Shetkari Saghtana. In the 2014 Maharashtra Assembly elections Rashtriya Samaj Paksha was parts of the MAHAYUTI alliance, they fielded 6 candidates in Maharashtra Assembly Elections, out of which RSP candidate Rahul Kul from Daund won. Mahadeo Jankar Saheb, Founder President RSP S. L. Akkisagar, National President RSP Kumar Sushil, National General Secretary RSP K. Prasannakumar, National General Secretary RSP Nivedita kukareja, National Secretary RSP M.
G. Maneeshankar, National Secretary RSP Mohanrao Mane, National Treasurer RSP Hemantkumar Pandyta, National Secretary RSP Govindram Shurnar, Incharge Andhra Pradesh & Telangana Ram Naresh Pal, Organization minister Uttar Pradesh Rajesh Ayre, President Gujarat State Dharmanna Tontapur, Incharge Karnataka Balasaheb Dodtale, General Secretary Ratnakar Gutte, Member of legislative assembly S. S. Pal, General Secretary Sushilkumar Sharma, Sayojak Rajsthan Jagmohan Pal, President of Bihar Kishor Rao, President of Goa Shyamsingh Baghel, Incharge Chattisgrah Suresh Pal, Sayojak Madhya Pradesh Vivek K Vijayan, President of Kerala Harish Devasi, President of Rajsthan Gopal Kahar, President of Asam V. N. Shrikant, Vice President of Karnataka Sanjay Purohit, vice Presient of Rajsthan Rajesh Sharma, President of Jharkhand Sonu Kumar Giri, Sayojak Arunachal Pradesh Kuldip Sharma, vice President of Hariyana Surendra Bajpai, National General Secretary & National Spokesperson Tajjuddin Maner, President Maharashtra State Virendra Pratap Pal, President Purwanchal Region Uttar Pradesh Shraddhatai Bhatambrekar, President of Maharashtra Prachi Sharma, President of Uttar Pradesh Ajit Patil, Vise President of Maharashtra Subhash Rajput, vice President of Maharashtra Chaurangnath Bandu Palve, Treasurer Transport Alliance Mumbai Pradesh Omprakash Chitalkar, Secretary Nafees Sheikh, Youth Leader Annasaheb Rupnawar, secretary Rajebhau Phad, president Youth wing Balasaheb Handogrikar, secretary Bhausaheb Wagh, Senior leader Maharashtra Prof. Bhaskar Tekale, Spokesman Dipak Bidkar, social media, Spokesperson Santosh Mane, President of Mumbai city Ganesh Palve, General secretary of Ghatkopar Youth Alliance Deepak Anant Chaudhary, President Vimlesh Dubey Secretary of Palghar district Adv Mohammed Jameer Kalandar Shaikh Solapur District President