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Thrilled to see this available for downloads since longer in print on CD. Perhaps my favorite Christmas album, original songs that are a blast to listen to anywhere. This is a ska band as the title indicates but even if ska is not your thing you can still have fun the melody during the holidays.
Though I am not a fan of SKA, I heard one of the songs on the radio and felt I required the record. "Room in Your Heart" is a unbelievable small rap that tells the story of the Nativity in a very up to date fashion. I am hoping to share itwith my CCD class. The refrain is easy and singable and was excellent for the Advent season. I am still investingating the other songs, but this song was worth the entire CD. I was so thrilled to search it in amazing shape well packaged, at a unbelievable price and it was delievered within days! I was thrilled at the response of the sender.I do also like the name of the band, no matter what I think of their music.
Ok- I'm a child at heart with two boys (ages 6 & 8). This has been the best Christmas CD investment (besides the Mickey Party melody several years back). We obtain this CD out before Thanksgiving to obtain us into the holiday party mood. It's FUN!! The "Putting on a Play" about children trying to reinact the Nativity Story while shoveling animal manure from the scene is hilarious!!! The "Jesus' Birthday" helps us hold that as the focus over the next month and "So A lot of Santa's, but only one Savior" is EXCELLENT!! We listen to it every morning before school. A++++++++ for child friendliness and clean winter fun!
I recieved this for christmas two christmas's ago and was very surprized at what i got. I had heared other songs from BOB such as Missions Trip To Mexico and Homeschool Girl which created me think bob would be something that i'ld like to have on my want list. The cd is insainly lively *a amazing thing* and something amazing for those hyper christmas mornings. but i was sortof dissappointed that most of the songs sounded generally the same and in certain songs the girls tone wasn't very pleasent. don't obtain me wrong the cd was amazing what other group of 15-18 yr olds could create two cd's (20 songs) that are all ska and they sound somewhat different? if your a ska fan or punk fan go ahead you'll like it but if your more pickie and only like mxpx b/c they have some radio play b/c "it sounds like blink on that song" then this ones not for you ~:)
When I first saw this album among the other xmas albums.I thought this has to be a Ska album so I listen to it.and I got chocked it really ey have some popular xmas songs like deck the halls and jinglebells wich they play in skapunk ey have also created some own xmas songs like birthday 's about Jesus birthday party.I really like this album it's amazing if you like Insyderz or it.
Another amazing book from Sandra Boynton. We own almost all of her books and this is one of the best. My daughter is 19-months-old has been obsessed with animals and the sounds they create for months now. This book was excellent for teaching her what various animals say. As always her books are short and sweet. Moo, Baa, La La La does a amazing job at keeping my daughter engaged in the story.We read this book every night along with The Going To Bed Book.I highly recommend this book. This truly is a book that every baby/young toddler should have.
Cow says MooSheep says BAAThree singing pigs say La La LaNo, No you say, that isn't rightPigs say Oink! all day and night!I purchased this book when my daughter was about a year and half old. The text is easy and the pictures are pleasing. When we received the book, I thought it was too easy and that she would obtain bored. I was wrong! We have read this book HUNDREDS of times. For a while, it was her first and only choice. We read it so a lot of times that I knew it by heart. If she was upset in the vehicle we would begin "reading" without the book. She would instantly simmer down and begin filling in the animal forward a year after a move left it buried at the bottom of a box. We came across this gem of our collection. Now almost 3, she says, "My moo book, my moo book! Please read moo moo!" It was left, but not forgotten. What was once a staple in our bedtime routine now brings joy and delight to her one year old sister.If you are looking to add this to your own library, DO IT! You won't regret it! It would also create a amazing baby shower bonus or first birthday present. Some of our other Boynton favorites are Barnyard Dance and the Going to Bed Book.
My toddler and I love Sandra Boynton books. This one was one of our favorite when she was a bit younger. I would read the book but leave it for my kid to fill in the blanks and say the animals sounds. At the end of the book, I would point at the various animals and ask her the name of the animal or the animal sound.Even though she's mastered animal noises and names she still picks this book up from time to time. Unbelievable easy read that helps teach young children about animals and their noises.
I already hold a image of my DL on my phone just in case I forget my wallet or misplace my license so I think this is great! The installation, acc creation, and payment thru Google Play were all w/out issues on my OnePlus5. I think $6 bucks is a small on the expensive side which is the only reason I held back on one star but this is a convenience that is worth it to me. I appreciate La. making more things like this available electronically!
First off, I admire the wit and intelligence of Thistle Brown's "review of reviewers", penned about five years ago. The other reviews here are very well-thought-out and comprehensive. I have been in love with Leoncavallo's Boheme ever since I heard this recording more than 30 years ago. For me, Puccini wrote a melodrama while Leoncavallo wrote a tragedy. Most audiences take to melodrama more than they do to tragedy. I'll also own that the style of Leoncavallo's opera is more "clunky" than Puccini's. Thirty years ago, I felt that Puccini's was the slicker piece of work--an attribute I loathed at the time, and for which I have more charitable feelings today. I have lately been listening to this Boheme for the first time in a lot of years. The sheen has not r me, the interesting comparison is not the inevitable one with Puccini's opera but with Leoncavallo's own more popular Pagliacci. Leoncavallo's Boheme is richer, more melodious and more rewarding. The musical elan of the latest two acts--where the power of the work resides--is something really staggering. The earlier acts only suffer by comparison to the latest two. The melody in those earlier acts is never less than lovely. Yes, the first two acts have a tendency to be, at times, long-winded. But Leoncavallo in those early acts is setting up the tragedy of the final acts. This structure is rather alien to Italian opera; it is really more like that of a French novel, or like Wagner's "total art work". Of course the down-to-earth characters in Pagliacci, by comparison to the lofty artists in Boheme, are more to the famous liking. But I dare say that if you like Pagliacci, you will love e performances in this recording, the beauty of the orchestra, the power of the conducting, the conviction of the whole enterprise, are at the highest level. This is an operatic experience that will come your method only rarely in your lifetime. I can only compare it to other operatic recordings that have given me comparable pleasure: Werther with Georges Thill, Don Pasquale with @#$% Schipa, the Keilberth Ring at Bayreuth in 1955, Erich Kleiber's Figaro from Vienna at about the same time, and this Boheme.
Puccini's "La Boheme" was produced in Turin on February 1, 1896. Although Leoncavallo seems to have begun writing first, his opera followed in Venice on May 6, 1897. "Since that time," wrote Silvia Camerini in an essay that accompanied another recorded ver of this opera, "a simplistic and senseless mistake has always been made: that of comparing the two Bohemes. Indeed, apart from the common source of their inspiration, the artistic personalities of the two composers and the consequent interpretations are so various and distinct one from the other as to render any serious comparison impossible." That statement surely earns both the fur-lined teacup and the leather medal for being one of the most fatuous statements in the famously fatuous literature of opera. How can anyone NOT compare the two Bohemes?Here is Leoncavallo's plot:-- Act 1. Rodolfo (baritone), Mimi, Marcello (tenor), Musette and mates are having a Christmas Eve party at the Cafe Momus. They have problem paying the bill.-- Act 2. Musette is behind on her rent and is being evicted from her apartment. Her furniture has been placed in the street. Marcello sympathizes and invites her to move in with him. They decide to have a party right there in the street. During the party, Mimi is approached by Visconte Paolo who offers her love and a life of luxury. Tired of living in poverty with Rodolfo in his garret, Mimi joins him (reluctantly).-- Act 3. Musette loves Marcello but she is fed up with being poor. She is about to leave when Mimi appears. Mimi has come to beg Rodolfo to take her back. While the two women talk, Marcello comes in. Musette tells him she is leaving. An argument ensues. Marcello becomes convinced that her betrayal has been caused by Mimi. When Rodolfo turns up, Marcello denounces Mimi to him. Rodolfo refuses to hear Mimi's denials and tells her that his love for her is dead.-- Act 4. Christmas time again, Marcello tells Rodolfo he has written a letter asking for Musette's return but has received no reply. Mimi appears. She has been cast aside by the Visconte and has become sick. Having nothing and nowhere else to go, she begs to stay the night. They take her in but are distraught that they can do nothing more for her. Musette arrives. She gives a bracelet and a ring to Schaunard to purchase medicine for Mimi, but it is too late. Mimi dies in Rodolfo's arms.Even boiled down as far as this, it is clear that Puccini had a better story-sense than Leoncavallo, who wrote his own libretto. I have never come across a copy of Murger's book, but I would bet that Leoncavallo preserved more of its original elements than Puccini. Leoncavallo's people are cheerful in his first two acts, but never quite as cheerful as Puccini's. There is a certain pervasive grim charmlessness about them. Leoncavallo's final two acts are unrelieved gloom. I suspect that Puccini's librettists originally delivered something quite like Leoncavallo's storyline to that notoriously difficult man and that he tossed it back at them, insisting that they chop out everything extraneous to focus on for bar of the melody and phrase for phrase, Puccini and Leoncavallo write in beautiful much the same verismo idiom. Leoncavallo can match Puccini in providing orchestral lushness but seems less inclined to so so. Puccini has the better sense of overall structure, brilliantly mixing darkness and light in three of his four acts. Leoncavallo, following a simpler path, goes straight from two acts of giddiness into two acts of for the individual arias, sometimes the similarities obtain downright eerie. In Act II, Leoncavallo's tenor Marcello finds Musette's furniture in the street. He asks her to move in with him in "Io no ho che un povera stanzetta" (rendered by one translation in lumpy fashion as "I have but a not good small room.") Leoncavallo's aria has the texture and spirit of "Che gelida manina" almost perfectly but it does not develop from that point. Musette does not answer to Marcello in the same heightened manner that Puccini's Mimi does to Rodolfo and there is no advance into glorious spite my nitpicking, Leoncavallo's "La Boheme" is a sound piece of work with some amazing tunes. Had it not been torpedoed by Puccini, it would probably be lurking at the edges of the standard repertory in very much the same manner as "Adriana Lecouvreur." As an alternative ver of a amazing masterpiece, it should be in every serious collection of opera recordings, just like, say, Nicolai's "Merry Wives of Windsor."I must admit that I have not heard this performance since it first came out to earn widespread critical approval a lot of years ago. It was only recalled to me when I sat down to listen to a markedly inferior ver of the opera from La Fenice that was issued by Nuova Era. After each number of that ho-hum performance, I found myself thinking that I had heard it better done. The small chunklets of this performance that Amazon provides on-line are not much but they were at least sufficient to convince me that my memory had not substantially misled me. I regard this set to have a powerful cast that offers an enjoyable performance for this pleasing opera. Of the three complete versions of Leoncavallo's "La Boheme" that Amazon lists, this one appears to be the best bet for anyone with the inclination and the wherewithal to pay full ve stars.
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I gave this cd to my mate for christmas & this is what she emailed to me: I've got my discman set up with the small speakers on my desk and I'm listening to Lhasa. I love that girl! Song 9 (playing now: "Pajarol, tu me despertaste...") reminds me a small of the Klezmatics--kind of that Eastern European gipsy feeling... Makes me wish to obtain up, smash my coffee cup and begin dancing, with the belly beads showing....
I discovered Francoise Hardy earlier this year from a website that listed the '50 French Songs You Have To Hear Before You Die.' I fell in love instantly and I think I remember hearing her melody back in high school with my librarian since she used to be a French teacher. I first heard this album on Spotify checking out her melody and every track is just something my ears required to listen to! Very romantic album from begin to finish! Even if you are not a French speaker or don't know any, you will love the romance latin vibe from the album. I place this CD almost all the time while driving and my mates and family who come with me love it too. I'm thinking of getting another album or probably a 'best of' soon. Francoise Hardy is a legend!
Although not quite up to Manu's own standard, this is still a 4-star album. However, I can't for the life of me obtain to the melody tracks on my Windows XP computer, even using the command prompt. They are well hidden within the too-fancy-for-his-own-good "enhanced CD" executable file. Since I'm rarely around my CD player anymore, this makes the melody largely inaccessible to me.
I'm a true Manu Chao fan and while I originally felt this album was a bit too repetitious, I've gotten to really have fun this CD more and more since I've had it. It is very quick paced but I really have fun a lot of the material on the CD. It's another amazing CD by Manu Chao.
This review is of the SACD layer of the CD, although given it's hybrid and will play on CD players that don't decode SACD, judging from how hybrid CD's sound on players I use that don't decode SACD, my points are likely the same either ference System: OPPO 95 Universal DVD-CD Player with HDCD & SACD enabled DAC, Counterpoint SA 3000 Preamp - 2200 Amp, Thiel 3.5 Speakers.I'm in my late 50's, a musician by hobby since I was a child and collector and listener of amazing melody from Folk to Opera since I was a is particular CD (SACD Hybrid) is among, if not "the" best sounding CD I've ever heard and my collection is huge, in the thousands. In this collection are about a hundred SACD's and same number of HDCD.Quality of the sonics is simply at a level I never dreamed possible given how poor digital is compared to high quality ogue, but this recording is a revelation and frankly; shocking in the most positive sically; well, I'm a huge fan of Mark. I just search his guitar playing incredibly tasteful and creative; consistently. This CD is no exception.I certainly can reach for more "words" to test and convey my opinion of the sonics & melody on this CD but I think you obtain the picture. Seriously; don't flinch on this ver of this CD. It will knock your socks off and remind you of why melody is so necessary to you; not that you need reminding but it genuinely is over the top.
This is a well mastered sacd, It really makes for a huge sound, tonally sweet,well balanced, I have fun it, first time that I have heard the songs, but they are amazing and I bet that the regular CD sounds beautiful amazing too. My SACD collection is up to about 9, got an Oppodigital universal disc player a couple of years ago and it makes normal CDs sound amazing and it plays SACDs,HDCDS,DVDA, plus any other type of Disc that you can place in it. Only change that I created on this 168 dollar player is I place a bigger power cord on it.
This album is a mesmerizing adventure. It takes me to such a dozens of locations with so a lot of various emotions and feelings. a satisfied carnival, a night filled with mystery, the lilt of being in a satisfied put with one I Cocteau I can imagine I'm a part of a desert caravan or maybe riding an Indian elephant in some glittering ch variety, from melody you just can't sit still to melody so deep and touching you must be still because it moves you so deeply and enters so completey that days aferwards that melody remains a part of you. I wake in the morning with "Cave in My Heart" still there and I smile. It will be a amazing day.
If you've never heard of Mr. Liebert and his band Luna Negra, this is the excellent introductory album; if you're a fan of theirs to start with, then you should know never to expect with a fresh album anything like what they've done before. "La Semana" is perhaps the deepest and most emotional of the 20+ Ottmar albums recorded in the latest decade and a half, and it would create a serious claim to being his best if there were indeed any method to measure his rhaps the first thing that needs to be said about this album is how it flows as a whole...your typical modern album is simply a collection of loose songs. "La Semana", perhaps even more than any of Ottmar's previous albums, flows amazingly well, as if the whole album were one continuous song that you never wish to end...you'll never obtain tired of this album in the middle, and decide to switch off after, say, track 5. There are perhaps two tracks on the album that I don't much care for ("Echoes of a Caress" and "Evening"), and even those are so attractive they never warrant switching off the ever, the album has its share of individual hits--perhaps so much that almost every song can be considered a "hit". This is one of the few albums I have ever heard where each song really means something, nothing seems to be "filler", and it truly shows. Whenever I create a compilation of Ottmar's best songs for a friend, La Semana always seems to be better represented than any other album for this exact reason, every song is astounding in itself. From the funky rhythyms of "AlhambraJackson", to the lovestruck melodies of "La Luna" and the deep, moody, Moorish atmosphere of "Cocteau", every song stands out on its own and from each other. No two songs sound alike, and each is simply captivating..."La Semana" represents a completely fresh step of OL + LN, although in reality every album of theirs does to some degree. The album shows a revert to Mr. Liebert's funk roots of old, which have shown themselves on previous albums, although never to this degree. The band was on the verge of keeping this album confined to their www service stores, and considering the nature of today's record companies, it is a bonus to the globe that they're releasing this to stores. The mixture of funk, flamenco, jazz, bossa nova, rhumba, and more, make a simply undescribable and completely irresistable album that any real lover of melody must add to their collection.
Muy incómoda de usar, todo tarda en cargar No tiene una versión digital de la tarjeta dentro de la application o un código qr para facilitar. Las noticias las podes version en cualquier lado, la tengo para usar algún que otro descuento cada tanto.. hasta ahora muy pobre.
Para leer el diario funciona casi bien. Pero no hay división de secciones en el menú. Lo cual sería muy útil. Club La Nación necesita un application propio. Donde la information de los descuentos este en la app, y no se active un buscador de web dentro de la application de La Nacion. Espero mejoras.