While you get the hits like the title track, "Fading Like a Flower" and "Spending My Time," the other 11 songs show the duos incredible ability of melody and musicianship. Frederickssons vocals are great and Gessle is an outstanding singer and guitarist.
By a reviewer Middletown, NJ. Cable double dutch ropes are used by the top double dutch teams in the world. These ropes turn with great ease and help with turner's arm fatigue. Wednesday 1 July Thursday 2 July Friday 3 July Saturday 4 July Sunday 5 July Monday 6 July Tuesday 7 July Wednesday 8 July Thursday 9 July Friday 10 July Saturday 11 July Sunday 12 July Monday 13 July Tuesday 14 July Wednesday 15 July Thursday 16 July Friday 17 July Saturday 18 July Sunday 19 July Monday 20 July Tuesday 21 July Wednesday 22 July Thursday 23 July Friday 24 July Saturday 25 July Sunday 26 July Monday 27 July Tuesday 28 July Wednesday 29 July Thursday 30 July Friday 31 July Saturday 1 August Sunday 2 August Monday 3 August Tuesday 4 August Wednesday 5 August Thursday 6 August Friday 7 August Saturday 8 August Sunday 9 August Monday 10 August Tuesday 11 August Wednesday 12 August Thursday 13 August Friday 14 August Saturday 15 August Sunday 16 August Monday 17 August Tuesday 18 August Wednesday 19 August Thursday 20 August Friday 21 August The cover looks like it was straight-stolen from a pamphlet about the astrological properties of crystals though, total soft lavender overdose.
Just looking at it makes you feel like you're slowly being brainwashed to believe in past lives and talking animals. Tags: dolphins into the future , dreamtime taped sounds. Fitting in well with the Radio Shock lo-fi beats theory of diy, and harkening back to that brief moment when Cobra Killers' were the breath of fresh air over at Digital Hardcore and Kathleen Hannah's solo album promised something much rougher and punk than Le Tigre ended up being.
The assemblage of the beats is equal parts keys, drummachines, erotic samples, and who knows what without feeling overly-collage based. Short and sweet also plays as a strength to this little party in a cloth pouch that appears for a distorted, digitally crunched moment and then is gone.
Only complaint is that side B begins about 1 min in. May home dubbing humble us forever. Tags: Paid In Puke. Jeff Witscher's Iowa relocation-evolution continues to deepen and intensify with each and every new CS, and although this one says it was recorded in March in California right around when the aborted Deep Jew tour was kicking off , it has all the hallmark overdriven drone mood motions of his Midwest-birthed "Young Pig" volumes: excoriating sheets of vaporous noise, hypnotic upswellings of low-end, fractured guitar tones fed into the face of an amp, etc.
It's the perfect middle ground between the pissed rage of his Impregnable fits and the new age bath of Marble Sky -- harsh meditation, maybe? This one seems to be pitifully rare, and is as ripe for a reissue as everything else he's touching these days. Comes with a couple classic poesy inserts too, as per usual. Tags: agents of chaos , secret abuse.
Plankton Wat is Dewey from Eternal Tapestry's solo guise where he sits in a chair, oils up his wah pedal, and goes to fucking town. Total one-man instrumental space-drift raga-blues with an emphasis on delay reverse and regular , wah, and brain-ooze. One could make the claim that there's a lot of this kinda stuff flying around out there on the information superhighway but in truth you could really say that about anything, so that doesn't hold much water for me.
To my ears, this is the best Plankton outing I've yet heard, great grey mood rings flashing with shadows of color and layers of refracted light, gently picked strings, bursts of hypnotizing distortion, falling leaves of echo and hush. Would be nice to lay on yr back on a fucked up rug and have Dewey serenade you with these blissed, blue ballads. Could use a pillow too, as long as we're dreaming. Nobody liked Borchgrevink very much at that time, but he had a dynamic quality and a set purpose to get out again to the unknown South that struck some of us as boding well for exploration".
Instead, it passed a general resolution in support of Antarctic exploration, to the effect that "the various scientific societies throughout the world should urge, in whatever way seems to them most effective, that this work be undertaken before the close of the century".
For the next two years Borchgrevink travelled in Europe and in Australia, seeking support and backing for his expedition ideas without success. Their joint plans foundered when Borchgrevink, who had severed relations with Henryk Bull, learned that Bruce was in discussions with him; "I regret therefore that we cannot collaborate", wrote Borchgrevink to Bruce. Under the influence of its president, Sir Clements Markham , this RGS project was envisaged not only as a scientific endeavour, but as an attempt to relive the former glories of Royal Naval polar exploration.
Markham was fiercely opposed to private ventures that might divert financial support from his project, and Borchgrevink found himself starved of practical help: "It was up a steep hill", he wrote, "that I had to roll my Antarctic boulder.
Newnes stipulated that the expedition should sail under a British flag, and should be styled the "British Antarctic Expedition". With funding assured, Borchgrevink purchased the whaling ship Pollux , renamed her Southern Cross , and had her fitted out for Antarctic service.
It was named "Camp Ridley" in honour of Borchgrevink's mother. In Borchgrevink published the book First on the Antarctic Continent. Louis Bernacchi , the party's Australian physicist, was later to write: "In many respects, Borchgrevink was not a good leader". The wet loose snow which settles in drifts during the recent long gale melted rapidly, and the vapour there-from made the air muggy inside the huts. Besides, our humour always fell with the barometer, and did not always rise as quickly, especially now that, while waiting for the vessel, the time hung heavily on our hands, although there were so many matters to be considered and talked over.
There were accidents: a candle left burning caused extensive fire damage, and on another occasion several members of the party were almost asphyxiated by fumes from the stove.
When the southern winter ended and sledging activity became possible, Borchgrevink's assumptions about an easy route to the interior were shattered; the glaciated mountain ranges adjoining Cape Adare precluded any travel inland, restricting exploration to the immediate area around the cape.
When Southern Cross returned at the end of January , Borchgrevink decided to abandon the camp, although there were sufficient fuel and provisions left to last another year. Instead of returning home directly, Southern Cross sailed south until it reached the Great Ice Barrier , discovered by Sir James Clark Ross during his — voyage and later renamed the Ross Ice Shelf in his honour.
Borchgrevink discovered an inlet in the Barrier edge; in later years this would be named the " Bay of Whales " by Shackleton. The reception afforded to the expedition on its return to England was lukewarm. Public interest and attention was fixed on the forthcoming national expedition of which Robert Falcon Scott had just been appointed commander,  rather than on a venture which was considered British only in name.
In spite of the Southern Cross expedition's achievements there was still resentment in geographical circles—harboured especially by Sir Clements Markham —about Borchgrevink's acceptance of Newnes's gift. In hailing his expedition as a great success, Borchgrevink spoke of "another Klondyke", an abundance of fish, seals and birds, and of "quartz, in which metals are to be seen". Other commentators have observed that the choice of the winter site at Cape Adare had ruled out any serious geographical exploration of the Antarctic interior.
Olav by King Oscar II. On his return from Washington, Borchgrevink virtually retired into private life. On 7 September , he had married an English bride, Constance Prior Standen, with whom he settled in Slemdal , in Oslo, where two sons and two daughters were born. Although he remained out of the limelight, Borchgrevink retained his interest in Antarctic matters, visiting Scott shortly before the Terra Nova sailed on Scott's last expedition in June When news of Scott's fate reached the outside world, Borchgrevink paid tribute: "He was the first in the field with a finely organised expedition and the first who did systematic work on the great south polar continent".
In Norway differing assessments of Borchgrevink were made by the country's polar elite: Roald Amundsen was a long-time friend and supporter,  whereas Fridtjof Nansen , according to Scott, spoke of him as a "tremendous fraud".
During his later years Borchgrevink lived quietly. It appeared, then, that justice had not been done at the time to the pioneer work of the Southern Cross expedition, which had been carried out under the British flag and at the expense of a British benefactor. Carsten Borchgrevink died in Oslo on 21 April Despite what one biographer describes as his obsessive desire to be first, and his limited formal scientific training, he has been acknowledged as a pioneer in Antarctic work and as a forerunner of later, more elaborate expeditions.
In June the Trust adopted a management plan for its future maintenance and accessibility. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Anglo-Norwegian polar explorer. Christiania, Norway. Oslo, Norway. Knight of the Royal Norwegian Order of St.
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