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Psychedelic Soul
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Psychedelic soul is a concept used to categorize music that features elements of psychedelic rock and soul/funk music. This kind of music thrived during the late 1960s and early 1970s. Psychedelic soul is often connected to artists such as Sly & the Family Stone and Funkadelic though the former's 1970s output is also often described simply as funk and the latter's music is often called funk-rock. However, they both took clear influences from psychedelic rock. Others, most notably The Temptations and their producer Norman Whitfield, War, The Undisputed Truth, and The 5th Dimension, followed the path laid out by the work of Sly Stone and his band.

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Stand: 23.01.2020
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Metamorphosis: Emerging Cultural Constructs And...
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According to N.S. Tasneem, former Fellow, Indian Inst. of Adv. Studies, Shimla, "Parody is an essence of witticism, as it inverts, and not subverts, the truth of a saying. With the passage of time, the human mind is reluctant to register the impact of a proverb even if it has stood the test of time. Something that has become stereotyped is seldom taken seriously for long. But a sly remark or an ironic comment on the age-old wisdom enshrined in a saying or a proverb, may unleash a positive response from the tight-lipped reader. J.S. Anand, who is the author of 'Bliss: The Ultimate Magic' besides several other publications, M.S. Anand and Kiran Preet have taken pains to refresh our memory in regard to the proverbs which have been ignored in the age of tension and anxiety. The authors deserve congratulations on their venture into the field of parody that aims at making the lips smile in the workaday life.

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Metamorphosis: Emerging Cultural Constructs And...
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According to N.S. Tasneem, former Fellow, Indian Inst. of Adv. Studies, Shimla, "Parody is an essence of witticism, as it inverts, and not subverts, the truth of a saying. With the passage of time, the human mind is reluctant to register the impact of a proverb even if it has stood the test of time. Something that has become stereotyped is seldom taken seriously for long. But a sly remark or an ironic comment on the age-old wisdom enshrined in a saying or a proverb, may unleash a positive response from the tight-lipped reader. J.S. Anand, who is the author of 'Bliss: The Ultimate Magic' besides several other publications, M.S. Anand and Kiran Preet have taken pains to refresh our memory in regard to the proverbs which have been ignored in the age of tension and anxiety. The authors deserve congratulations on their venture into the field of parody that aims at making the lips smile in the workaday life.

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You Know You Want This
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'If you enjoyed Cat Person, this is for you' Evening StandardThe truth was that if a woman bit a man in an office environment, there would be a strong assumption that the man had done something to deserve it . . .From the creator of Cat Person - the first short story to go viral - comes You Know You Want This, a compulsive collection about sex, dating and modern life. These are stories of women's lives now. They also happen to be horror stories. In some, women endure the horror. In others, they inflict it.Here are women at work, at home, on dates, at the doctor's, with their families and with their friends. Here are women grappling with desire, punishment, guilt and anger. These are stories that make you feel fascinated but repelled, scared but delighted, revolted but aroused.You Know You Want This shows why Kristen Roupenian is the most audacious new voice in American fiction. Funny, furious, sly and explicit, she takes a long, hard look at the messed-up power dynamic between men and women - and messes it up some more. 'You know you want to read this collection by the author of the viral short story Cat Person -One story in particular, The Good Guy, is chillingly accurate.' ELLEELLE ONE TO WATCH

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You Know You Want This
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'If you enjoyed Cat Person, this is for you' Evening StandardThe truth was that if a woman bit a man in an office environment, there would be a strong assumption that the man had done something to deserve it . . .From the creator of Cat Person - the first short story to go viral - comes You Know You Want This, a compulsive collection about sex, dating and modern life. These are stories of women's lives now. They also happen to be horror stories. In some, women endure the horror. In others, they inflict it.Here are women at work, at home, on dates, at the doctor's, with their families and with their friends. Here are women grappling with desire, punishment, guilt and anger. These are stories that make you feel fascinated but repelled, scared but delighted, revolted but aroused.You Know You Want This shows why Kristen Roupenian is the most audacious new voice in American fiction. Funny, furious, sly and explicit, she takes a long, hard look at the messed-up power dynamic between men and women - and messes it up some more. 'You know you want to read this collection by the author of the viral short story Cat Person -One story in particular, The Good Guy, is chillingly accurate.' ELLEELLE ONE TO WATCH

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Cat Person and Other Stories
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Previously published as You Know You Want This'If you enjoyed Cat Person, this is for you' Evening StandardThe truth was that if a woman bit a man in an office environment, there would be a strong assumption that the man had done something to deserve it . . .From the creator of Cat Person - the first short story to go viral - comes Cat Person and Other Stories, a compulsive collection about sex, dating and modern life. These are stories of women's lives now. They also happen to be horror stories. In some, women endure the horror. In others, they inflict it.Here are women at work, at home, on dates, at the doctor's, with their families and with their friends. Here are women grappling with desire, punishment, guilt and anger. These are stories that make you feel fascinated but repelled, scared but delighted, revolted but aroused.Cat Person and Other Stories shows why Kristen Roupenian is the most audacious new voice in American fiction. Funny, furious, sly and explicit, she takes a long, hard look at the messed-up power dynamic between men and women - and messes it up some more.'You know you want to read this collection by the author of the viral short story Cat Person -One story in particular, The Good Guy, is chillingly accurate.' ELLEELLE ONE TO WATCH

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Scorpion - Season 3
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All 25 episodes from the third season of the American action drama series starring Elyes Gabel as genius computer expert Walter O'Brien. Having founded Team Scorpion, a company made up of himself and other highly intelligent individuals, O'Brien is enlisted by Agent Cabe Gallo (Robert Patrick) of Homeland Security to help protect the country against complex and high-tech threats. In this season, Team Scorpion must put personal differences aside when hackers take control of U.S. military aircraft and Walter and Paige (Katharine McPhee) get into trouble while searching for treasure in the Pacific Ocean. The episodes are: 'Civil War', 'More Civil War', 'It Isn't the Fall That Kills You', 'Little Boy Lost', 'Plight at the Museum', 'Bat Poop Crazy', 'We're Gonna Need a Bigger Vote', 'Sly and the Family Stone', 'Mother Load', 'This Is the Pits', 'Wreck the Halls', 'Ice Ca-Cabes', 'Faux Money Maux Problems', 'The Hole Truth', 'Sharknerdo', 'Keep It in Check, Mate', 'Dirty Seeds, Done Dirt Cheap', 'Don't Burst My Bubble', 'Monkey See, Monkey Poo', 'Broken Wind', 'Rock Block', 'Strife On Mars', 'Something Borrowed, Something Blew', 'Maroon 8' and 'Scorp Family Robinson'.

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What's big and purple and lives in the Ocean?
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Moby Grape heralded by countless luminaries of rock music and rock criticism, from Robert Plant to Robert Christgau, Tom Waits to Greil Marcus.„How did we manage to get into this situation, where all these people were coming to hear us? Why did that happen? And, why did all the shitty stuff happen? A lot has to do with luck.“ Don Stevenson, Moby GrapeMoby Grape are a genuine cult phenomenon. Their story, a mixture of myth and truth, is a cautionary tale, a triumph, and a tragedy all at once. Though they are seen as a symbol of 1960s San Francisco, Moby Grape were never actually a part of the city’s counterculture movement. Yet they were immersed in it, sharing stages with the likes of Aretha Franklin, Jimi Hendrix, Sly Stone, and many more. Moby Grape’s five members came together from very different backgrounds, bursting onto the San Francisco scene in the fall of 1966. With their diverse pedigree, they were nothing less than musical alchemists, yet they were also rebels. Their blending of genres within a tight songwriting framework contrasted sharply with that of many of their SF peers. Following the release of the band’s debut album in 1967, you could see everyone from Ringo Starr to Jimi Hendrix sporting a ‘Moby Grape Now!’ button. But in the months that followed, they were dogged by mismanagement, bad marketing, a scandalous drug bust, and general rock’n’roll mayhem. It seemed like it was all over in 1969, but in 1971 Moby Grape staged rock’s first full-on reunion. Since then, they have fought to retain ownership of their own name, while two members of the band struggled with homelessness and mental illness. Despite all of this, they produced one of the best albums of the era, and today they are heralded by countless luminaries of rock music and rock criticism, from Robert Plant to Robert Christgau, Tom Waits to Greil Marcus. Drawing on extensive interviews with surviving members of the band and those around them, What’s Big and Purple and Lives in the Ocean? finally tells the full story of one of the great cult bands of the 60s.

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What's big and purple and lives in the Ocean?
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Moby Grape heralded by countless luminaries of rock music and rock criticism, from Robert Plant to Robert Christgau, Tom Waits to Greil Marcus.„How did we manage to get into this situation, where all these people were coming to hear us? Why did that happen? And, why did all the shitty stuff happen? A lot has to do with luck.“ Don Stevenson, Moby GrapeMoby Grape are a genuine cult phenomenon. Their story, a mixture of myth and truth, is a cautionary tale, a triumph, and a tragedy all at once. Though they are seen as a symbol of 1960s San Francisco, Moby Grape were never actually a part of the city’s counterculture movement. Yet they were immersed in it, sharing stages with the likes of Aretha Franklin, Jimi Hendrix, Sly Stone, and many more. Moby Grape’s five members came together from very different backgrounds, bursting onto the San Francisco scene in the fall of 1966. With their diverse pedigree, they were nothing less than musical alchemists, yet they were also rebels. Their blending of genres within a tight songwriting framework contrasted sharply with that of many of their SF peers. Following the release of the band’s debut album in 1967, you could see everyone from Ringo Starr to Jimi Hendrix sporting a ‘Moby Grape Now!’ button. But in the months that followed, they were dogged by mismanagement, bad marketing, a scandalous drug bust, and general rock’n’roll mayhem. It seemed like it was all over in 1969, but in 1971 Moby Grape staged rock’s first full-on reunion. Since then, they have fought to retain ownership of their own name, while two members of the band struggled with homelessness and mental illness. Despite all of this, they produced one of the best albums of the era, and today they are heralded by countless luminaries of rock music and rock criticism, from Robert Plant to Robert Christgau, Tom Waits to Greil Marcus. Drawing on extensive interviews with surviving members of the band and those around them, What’s Big and Purple and Lives in the Ocean? finally tells the full story of one of the great cult bands of the 60s.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 23.01.2020
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