Rhinestone Cowboy Live, on the Air & in the Studio is made up of songs performed on the TV show Melody Ranch around 1967, tracks from My Hits and Love Songs plus some unreleased tracks on the first disc, a selection of songs from Glen Campbell Live on the second, a complete reissue of Glen Campbell Live! His Greatest Hits on the third disc. Disc 1: Broadcast Recordings "By The Time I Get To Phoenix" "Gentle On My Mind" "Cripple Creek" "A Satisfied Mind" "Burning Bridges" "White Lightning" "Good Old Mountain Dew" "Only The Lonely" Studio Recordings "Rhinestone Cowboy" "Blue Sky Shining" "Bridge Over Troubled Water" "Without You" "Colleen" "Feelings" "The Impossible Dream" "You'll Never Walk Alone" Disc 2: Live 1994 "Gentle On my Mind" "By The Time I Get To Phoenix" "Galveston" "Kentucky Means Paradise" "Wichita Lineman" "Mansion In Branson" "Here In The Real World" "Classical Gas" "Rhinestone Cowboy" "Hits Medley" "It's Only Make Believe" "Turn Around, Look At Me" "Where's The Playground Susie" "Hey Little One" "Country Boy" "Mary In The Morning" "Dreams of the Everyday Housewife" "Sunflower" "Let It Be Me" "No More Night" "Southern Nights" Disc 3: Live 1981 "Rhinestone Cowboy" - 3:15 "Medley" - 4:29 "Wichita Lineman" "Galveston" "Country Boy" "Dreams of the Everyday Housewife" - 2:12 "Heartache Number Three" - 2:56 "Please Come To Boston" - 3:42 "It's Only Make Believe" - 2:39 "Crying" - 3:35 "Bluegrass Medley" - 5:15 "Foggy Mountain Breakdown " "Orange Blossom Special" "Milk Cow Blues" - 5:18 "Rollin'" - 3:35 "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" - 3:27 "Southern Nights" - 3:59 "Amazing Grace" - 4:31 "Try A Little Kindness" - 2:36 "Loving Arms"" - 3:31 "Mull of Kintyre" - 6:12
The Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra is an orchestra in Hamilton, Canada. The Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra was founded in 1949. Former concertmaster, the late Olive Short, mother of Tony and Emmy Award winning comic actor Martin Short, was the first female concertmaster in North America, she died five years after being diagnosed with cancer. In the late 1960s, Betty Webster, Marnie Paikin and Larry Paikin developed a plan to bring music to the community from in-school children's concerts to international superstars appearing with the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra, they organized concerts at which all school children in a 60-mile radius of Hamilton centre would hear a brass ensemble, woodwind ensemble, string quartet and percussion ensemble in their school, followed by a trip to the orchestra hall at the end of the school year to hear a full symphony orchestra concert. The ensembles seeding the orchestra were headlined by the Czech String Quartet; the programme was studied by the American Symphony Orchestra League, Chuck Mangione engaged the HPO for his Grammy Nominated album "Friends In Love."
To carry out the plan, Boris Brott was hired as music director in 1969. Under his direction, attendance at HPO concerts rose to about 225,000 throughout the early 1970s. Under Brott, the orchestra developed to the point where it could accompany well-known international artists, including Phillipe Entremont and Maureen Forrester, began to develop an international reputation. However, the change in focus from a community orchestra to a full-time professional orchestra led to financial difficulties, concert attendance began to recede. Canadian Brass, which in 1979 was the first brass ensemble to play the main stage of Carnegie Hall, developed much of its repertoire and style while performing in front of thousands of Hamilton area school children as part of the Hamilton Plan. In 1984 Michael Quigley published a book about the orchestra, A Centenary History of the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra. Brott remained conductor of the orchestra until 1990. From 2007 to 2015, the orchestra performed under the direction of James Sommerville.
In 2015 New Zealand-born Gemma New was hired as the orchestra's director. The orchestra gave its first performance under her direction in February 2016; the orchestra continues to perform along with school and community groups and to participate in local community events. Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra
An auroral chorus is a series of electromagnetic waves at frequencies which resemble chirps and quasi-musical sounds in predominantly rising tones when played as pressure waves, which are created by geomagnetic storms responsible for the auroras. The electromagnetic waves are a type of natural radio waves, vibrations of electric and magnetic energy occurring at the same frequency as sound. Auroral chorus can be detected around the magnetic equator in two distinct frequency bands, one above the equatorial half gyro-frequency and one below it; the gyro-frequency ranges from 0.6 kHz to about 1.6 kHz. Distinguishable on high resolution wideband spectrographs, the wave amplitude grows linearly switches to non-linear. Demonstrating a peak distribution near dawn, the auroral chorus is most detectable via ELF/VLF Radio receivers in the middle latitude around 30-60 degrees N; the most numerous recordings of the auroral chorus has been by the Iowa Plasma Wave Group. They have released many audio interpretations of chorus recordings online along with spectrograph measurements.
Dawn chorus Aurora Geomagnetic storm Radio waves in the Ionosphere http://www-pw.physics.uiowa.edu/plasma-wave/istp/polar/home.html http://www.auroralchorus.com/ http://www.acoustics.hut.fi/projects/aurora/index.html http://lib.tkk.fi/Dipl/2005/urn007898.pdf http://members.tripod.com/~auroralsounds/ https://web.archive.org/web/20090925085508/http://home.pacific.net.au/~ddcsk1/aurora1.htm http://docs.lib.noaa.gov/rescue/whytheweather/1933/19330411.pdf N. G. Kleimenova and O. V. Kozyreva. "ELF Polar Chorus and Magnetic Storms",Schmidt Institute of Physics of the Earth, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia and Aeronomy, 2007, Vol. 47, No. 3, pp. 336–342. © Pleiades Publishing, Ltd. 2007. Yang JunYing, CAO JinBin, Yan ChunZiao, Li LiuYuan, Ma YuDuan "The mid-high latitude whistler mode chorus waves observed around substorm onsets", Science in China Series E: Technological Sciences, October 2008, Vol.51, No 10, Springerlink http://www.auroralchorus.com/natradio.htm
José Vida Soria was a Spanish jurist and politician. Vida was born in Granada on 19 September 1937, he taught law at the University of Granada prior to his political career. Vida joined the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party in 1974 and represented the party in Granada during the constituent and first Congress of Deputies between 1977 and 1982, he was outside Madrid when he learned of the 1981 Spanish coup d'état attempt, he decided to enter the congressional chambers while it was taken by the Civil Guards, knowing the risk of dying, as one of the guards told him. Vida subsequently returned to the University of Granada, serving as rector from 1984 to 1989, he was awarded the Order of St. Raymond of Peñafort. Vida was being treated for pneumonia at the Campus de la salud, he died on 3 January 2019, aged 81. Vida was buried at the San Jose municipal cemetery the next day
Mark Foster, known as MRK1, is a dubstep and bass music producer from Manchester, England. He is known for his work as part of the Virus Syndicate, including MCs Goldfinger and Nika D, which he produces and provides instrumental tracks for, his fusion of both genres, he produced Drum and Bass Dubstep and Grime. More he has branched off into other types of bass music. Along with the likes of Skream, Benga and Plastician he was one of the first producers to pioneer the Dubstep sound and was responsible for some of its earliest releases. MRK1 has a large back catalogue of music spanning over ten years, as he has over 50 releases on labels such as Sony, Soulja, Rephlex, Wall of Sound, Tectonic, Contagious, Play Me, Dim Mak, Terra Rhythm, Ministry of Sound, Defected. In 2004 MRK1, Plastician and Slaughter Mob released an album called "Grime" on Aphex Twins label Rephlex Records; this was one of the key releases that propelled the dubstep/grime sound into media for the first time. Dubbed as one of the pinnacle moments in dubstep history, this album went on to spread the sound across the world to markets who had never heard the name dubstep.
MRK1 has a been a prolific remixer over the last couple of years remixing artists such as Rebecca Ferguson, Marcus Collins, Pink Floyd, DMX, Kelis, Bassnectar, Adam Freeland, Connor Maynard and Neyo. MRK1 has traveled the world as a DJ and played at some of the biggest festivals in the world, including Glastonbury, Wilsonic, 10 Days Off, Glade, Cream etc. Copyright Laws One Way Contagious "Fight" Terro Rhythm "Plodder/Blair Witch" Contagious Bones/Steppa Delights Tectonic Plates 02, with DQ1 "Get Out Clause / Infection" Earwax "Magnetic Device / Revolution 909" Earwax "Killzone/Tunnel Form" Contagious "X-Tatik/Moving Toad" Contagious "Feel Loved/Frank" Contagious "Last Drop" Eight FX "Trouble Shoot" Dark Circles "The Electrician/Move Your Soul" Contagious "Summer Rain/Sick Tonight" Dark Circles "Going Down" Studio Rockers "Dirty Dubstep Music/Let Me Hear You" Hench "Bo/Rapapampam" Hench "Cardiac Arrest" Eight FX "Ready For Love/Rat Trap" Planet Mu "Stardust/Daywalker" Planet Mu "iLOVE" Eight FX "Infection" Earwax "Magnetic Device/Revolution 909" Earwax "Murderation" Get Darker "Drop Bass/Judgement" Hench "Sizzler/Thriller" Play Me "Gangster Ride/Make A Move" Trouble N Bass "Download The World" Wheel N Deal "Inna" Profound Audio "Stand N Deliver" Profound Audio "Mek Money" Dirty Dutch "Dancefloor" Dim Mak "Ayah Bass - Virus Syndicate" Midication "Empire Ep" - Tyke "I Got Too feat Sizzla" Contagious "Renegade feat Virus Syndicate" Midication "My Money" Midication "Badman feat Doctor" Midication "Deeper Than You feat Jamakabi" Midication "Electric Flower - The Melvins" Scion Audio "Basshead - Bassnectar" Warp "Up In Here - DMX" X Rated "Coming Back" - Bluey Robinson Sony "Turn Around - Connor Maynard feat Neyo" Sony "Not All About The Money - Timberland and Timato" Sony "Too Good To Lose" Rebecca Ferguson Sony "Curtain Call - Aiden Grimshaw" Sony "Do It Different - Platnum" Sony "Seven Nation Army - Marcus Collins" Sony "Super Hero - Chingy" "Bust'Em Out - Eptic feat Virus Syndicate" Never Say Die MRK1 Twitter page MRK1 fan page MRK1 discography at Discogs MRK1 on Planet Mu