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Amazing wallpapers with amazing resolution and screen size. Varied categorization which makes it easy to use. Only want there was some method to find for paticular wallpapers using keywords. Also a feature for everyday wallpaper changer integrated within application would create this the excellent 5* app.
sorry for the review that i gave soon after the update, i don't understand what went wrong yet, initially every next time i opened the app, it just crashed down over accessing the categories option, but as of now, everything looks fine, so the problem might be out of the device, anyhow thanks for the response, go ahead devs... support😍😍
Alberta Hunter went to London to be in shows, and adapted very well to the sophistocated cabaret style. She sounds sophistocated and CLASSY ON THSI EXELLENT CD. VERY LITTLE JAZZ CONTENT IS HERE, HOWEVER JACK JACKSON'S OFTEN PEPPY BRITISH SOCIETYY DANCE BAND IS EXELLENT IN TEH RAY NOBLE, LEW STONE STYLE.
Alberta Hunter (1895-1984) led an extraordinary life. Born in Memphis, Hunter clawed her method to the top of Chicago's nighclub stage in the 1910s, most famously headlining for five years at Chicago's Dreamland Ballroom and touring both England and France, where she was accorded the highest accolades of the day. At home once more, she evolved into one of the amazing jazz and blues divas of the 1920s and 1930s, equalling the likes of Bessie Smith and Ethel Waters, a top-draw on both sides of the Atlantic throughout the 1930s and a famous performer "for the boys" during Globe Battle II. And then, quite suddenly, she stopped. In 1954 she suddenly dropped out of public sight, enrolled in medical classes, and for the next twenty years had a satisfying career as a nurse. Although she created a few appearances and released a few recordings, it was not until she retired from nursing in 1977 that she returned to music--and when she did it was almost like a bomb went off. She became particularly well known for her "naughty" blues numbers, sexy and wickedly witty and thoroughly wonderful. Alberta Hunter had it going r those seeking her later years recordings in find of racy music, THE LEGENDARY ALBERTA HUNTER will be a disappointment. Recorded in London, this is Hunter as the Europeans saw her: elegant, smooth, and disciplined, an elegant nightclub and concert singer--not the blues shouter puncher for which she was so popular in the United States. She sings here with a certain calculated throw-away quality, easy, unstrained, but with poweful control. Some of the recordings, perhaps most notably "What Shall I Do" have an unbalanced quality, with the instruments slightly overpowering Hunter, but this a flaw of recordings of the era--and fortunately it does not occur on every selection. The finest, in my opinion at least, are Hunter's memorable ver of the Cole Porter classic "Miss Otis Regrets," the elegantly rendered "Stars Fell On Alabama," and the casually poignant "I Travel Alone."THE LEGENDARY ALBERTA HUNTER really does not present Hunter's full range, not by a long shot; there are no blues, small in the method of what we would describe as jazz, none of the naughtiness for which she was so popular (and which could not be recorded, due to censorship, until she returned to the scene in the 1970s.) But it is Alberta Hunter, always elegant, always class, and always memorable. T, Amazon Reviewer
Those lusty recordings that A.H. created late in her life were my introduction to her. When I bought this LP back in the early 1980's, I was surprised to hear her refined style, particularly on "Two Cigarettes in the Dark." I came to this website today to see if the LP was available on CD. And it is.If you're expecting the blues, this isn't it. Her style and the arrangements are very sophisticated and pleasing. I recommend it very highly. I expect it will be back in my collection soon.
As it stands, this application is completely unplayable. It crashes constantly, it freezes constantly, it is riddled with bugs every single step of the way. Things don't happen which should, things happen which shouldn't, the android game prompts you to do things that you can't, the shop is broken and shows some things as having no cost and then demands more payment, the android game doesn't present any sort of gallery of who the character characters are or what they do, there's no pass and play option, there's no option to solo play as multiple players, there's no option to choose which heroes you wish to play with, it's random whether or not the android game bothers to begin up android games with the mastermind and scheme you chose or not...I love Legendary, and I WANT the option to play it on the go. As it stands though, this application is a heavy amount of problem and is barely playable.
Not sure if it's a bug, but the Randomize button doesn't work for the 2nd and subsequent Randomize operation. I need to restart before I can do another Randomize which resets all the chosen mastermind, scheme, heroes, etc. This application would be much better if I can re-randomize all those fields set at Random while keeping the pre-set fields fixed. My device is nexus 6p.
Very excited for Captain America 75 support, but this is about as amazing as it gets for Randomizers, nigh complete customization (you wish a certain hero and then the rest random? Done! Wish to leave out that one scheme your wife hates playing? Done!) Seamless, customizable, thanks for the hard work!