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I have an original ver of this album, and purchased this one for hopefully less surface noise. While there is a small surface nose, I believe it's one of the best modern pressings I have 's actually on an epic label, I am not sure or that works but other SRV albums on legacy labels sound not good by comparison
When i first began to play this android game i was really exited about it. After soending a lot of time and cash in this game, there is no difference, there were 4 uptades with absolutely no change! Everything became trash(no offense), stuff drop rate decreased, free heroes are nerfed while the pay2win heroes are method too much buffed. If you(the potential player ) wish to have fun the game, i have this to tell you dear hunter : PREPAIR TO SPEND MOOOOOOONEEEEYYYY!!!!! Too bad,it was an amazing game...
Hello Developer(s), I would just lie to ask a question about your app. I have my subtitle file for a film but the subtitle file doesn't fit with the video for the reason that the subtitle starts directly to the stage but my video starts first at the Introductions (production, notes.. Some thing like that) please support me on how could I adjust the appearance of each subtitles accordingly to the scenes.. I hope you could support me... Thank you. An immediate response is highly appreciated.. Thank you once again... :) have a nice day...
Stop interrupting my android game every 2 turns with some idiotic guide causing me to have to stop what I am doing so you can present me something I have been doing since the 1st level. Stop trying to create me waste valuable materials on some useless, level 1 hero that you like. Learn that skip means just that. SKIP. Your idiotic, non-ending guides are horrible and ruin what could be a amazing game. I refuse to spend cash on something like this. Your loss, not mine. There are a lot of android games out there.
While reward-clicking is an ordeal this android game of tactical fighting is well-made and cute in its own way. While we obtain no hero creation we at least can choose the gender of the 3 guardians we begin with. The guide interferes with player decisions, BUT does not force us through all of them (we can click and go back via X or escape key). It runs stable on chromebook and is much less load-intense than other games. Amazing work, sad it has no focus on a solo story, for those of us who have fun roleplaying, not just stat-maxing...
Too much auto. It's like you're not playing the android game anymore. Can't even read the story line or the quests or what in the globe am I doing. The android game just auto walk, auto kill, auto quest. I take my eyes off the android game for 1 second and damn, I'm in a various place, doing various stuff, with equips I don't know how I got. I was hyped with this android game at first but now, MEH.
i would really like to give five but i have no clue what is going on..things go so quick you cant hold en the auto battleimg sucks only cause i will be looking into something and it starts fighting i place on manuel and it goes back to auto...you have a amazing concept its the kind of android game i loke but i would like to read story and take my time not apeed through. i read we can control after guidance when is that cause im level 69 and still cant do the red dot items cause it starts playing on own
This is undoubtedly one of Michael Card's very best compact discs. It abounds with eloquence of lyrics, the likes of which we, his fans, have not heard since POIEMA. If you've enjoyed Michael Card's past efforts, then you'll most likely be hooked by this one from the first few notes of the first song until the end of the e song "Violent Grace" locations the sufficient grace of God (which He has lavished on us) in a whole fresh light. The song "He Was Heard" is an oldie which is also found on the CD KNOWN BY THE SCARS; but I personally recommend finding it on THE LIFE, which is Michael Card's trilogy of the Life of Christ--comprised of KNOWN BY THE SCARS, SCANDALON, and THE FINAL WORD--a magnificent collection of music. However, I'm still glad that Mr. Card saw fit to put that one in this fine collection of songs."Seventh Sunrise" has become one of my all-time favorite Card tunes (I never realized how much that sounds like "cartoons" until I typed it just now--man, was that cheesy!). It celebrates the beauty and anointing of the Sabbath. With that being the second to latest song and "Grace Be With You All" being the very latest song, this CD features one of the finest farewells any Christian musician has ever tacked on to the end of a is one is much better than UNVEILED HOPE and almost as amazing as POIEMA. But once again, I heartily recommend Michael Card's THE LIFE (as well as THE ANCIENT FAITH, his musical trilogy of the Old Testament). I look forward with eager anticipation to the soon-to-be-released A FRAGILE STONE, Michael Card's fresh project concerning the apostle Peter.
Here is another triumphant album by my favorite musician! Michael Card spins the themes of the Book of Hebrews into powerful lyrics sung within great, folk-styled melody and small gospel too (the title track). In the first song, "A Violent Grace," (which shares the name of Michael's book on Hebrews) Michael approaches the crucifixion from a various angle, saying that Jesus' love for us is "ruthless" and "wreckless," paying a violent price for our relationship with God the Father. I love hearing Christine Dente's gorgeous voice (Out of the Grey) in this one. "By Faith" is an exciting ver Hebrews 11 sung with Jars of Clay's Dan Haseltine, and by including Dente and Haseltine, the voices of my three favorite melody groups have come together on a single album."Soul Anchor," with its gospel organ and choir, delivers ringing words of truth. "[Jesus] is a soul anchor. . . Before we call, he answers us with hope." Those words combined with some from "Never Will I Leave You," struck my heart one day at work; I walked out to the vehicle to cry and repent. Of course, I highly recommend this album to all thinking Christians and eclectic melody lovers.
I'd have given it five stars when it first came out on vinyl too. I even remember when and where I bought it. Listening to this the first time, even in my college days, I realized. these guys were method more than just pop-rock stars. And who had any idea what would follow THIS?I was surprised recently that I didn't already have it. I think I triple checked, and sure enough, when my vinyl went, it wasn't replaced. Don't ask me why . Still one of their best and more progressive works.
I had an older, late 70's pressing of this and was looking forward to updating it a shiny and fresh copy of Rubber Soul. Nope. These post 2009-CD-based vinyl pressings are an abomination. I sold this not good sounding hunk of wax within 17 hours of receiving it. If you wish a amazing pressing of The Beatles on vinyl, either buy the Mono box set or pre-2009 pressings. GARBAGE.
Like his fellow Senegalese countryman Youssou N'Dour, Baaba Maal has become one of the most necessary African musicians in the globe today. I have been a Baaba Maal fan for a long time now, and have followed his career over the years. The first album I bought was "Baayo", which was released in 1991. Then came "Firin' In Fouta" in 1994. "Nomad Soul" was first released in 1997. His long time companion, Mansour Seck, who has launched his own solo career in the latest few years, seems less prominent on this CD.Over the years Baaba Maal's melody has become progressively more "mainstream", no doubt opening more markets to his music. "Nomad Soul" is no exception, though the tradisional sound is still strongly evident in tracks such as Mbolo, Cherie. Other songs, like Souka Nayo and Fanta have a much stronger pop influence, while tracks like Guelel and Yiriyaro have that powerful traditional and dance blend which has become characteristic of Baaba Maal's music. The latest track, Lam Lam, which is a religious song about what the future might hold, is my favourite on this album. It's interesting combination of sounds along with its devotional melody/voice line does it for a method I prefer Baaba Maal's older recordings. Don't obtain me wrong. I am not a purist when it comes to "ethnic" music. If melody stays closed to outside influences, it may end up in a museum, after all. Melody is there to be listened to. But "Baayo" is still my private favourite Baaba Maal CD. I especially like the track Diahowo in which the tension is built up to a climatic and finally inspirational release. "Firin' In Fouta" was more dancy, and features a few tracks through which it is impossible to sit still.
I just saw Kol Simcha in concert 2 weeks ago in Scottsdale and wanted to obtain some of their melody to listen to at home. I really enjoyed this title but it lacks the jazz components that I found so special from their live performance. The melody on this album is very soothing to listen to and is very various from traditional Klezmer music. I recommend this album very much.
I have several Gregg Karukas' recordings. I like his music. But, I especially like this one. I buy a lot of smooth jazz. This Karukas one has several upbeat songs. I have enough "smooth" Jazz melody and have been searching for upbeat Jazz music. I highly recommend this album and most of the songs on it. - Ron
I want I could buy this cd brand fresh directly from John Cruz, but the links on his web shop were broken. This was the next best method for me to obtain this cd and I'm so satisfied that I did. Wow, the songs on here are so satisfying. It's really John's voice that does it for me. Soulful and real. I'm a huge fan of this album and of him.
This disc was my introduction to the late Eddie Lejeune. It just carried me away and I ended up buying all his albums. Sadly, Eddie Lejeune passed away recently and about a half dozen discs are all we have of his artistry. What amazing American music, created special by its French heritage. I think you won't be disappointed with this album. Personally, I love it. In an interview, Eddie said of himself that his singing was marred by his tendency to break into falsetto tones on the higher notes; he thought it wasn't pure enough. Buy this disc and be the judge. He was a amazing American artist and you can hear how much he loved singing. Au revoir, Eddie.
If you loved the first 2 Cee Lo albums, then surely you will love this album as well! This was my first hip hop album ever and I've had to purchase this thing 3 times now because my brother keeps taking my copies! UGH! It's worth the cash though and will begin your "third eye," if you're willing. This album STILL amazes me to this day and I hear something new, something I didn't hear before every time I listen to it. I'm about to pop it in AGAIN after I'm done typing this review!