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Echoes

Author : Glenn Povey
ISBN : 0955462401
Genre : Rock groups
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From their gigs in tiny church halls to multimillion-selling albums--"The Dark Side" "of the Moon," "Wish You Were Here," and the rock opera "The Wall"--and elaborate stadium shows, this tome celebrates legendary rock band Pink Floyd. Lavishly illustrated with previously unpublished photographs and rare graphic memorabilia, including posters, advertisements, handbills, and tickets from every era of the band's remarkable history, this survey provides a comprehensive overview of the group, its members, and the times. In addition to a biographical account of the band's collective and individual careers--from their pre-Floyd times in the early 1960s to the present day and their music's evolution from psychedelic and space rock to progressive rock genres--this definitive reference presents a meticulously researched chronological listing of every Pink Floyd and solo concert with set lists, radio and television appearances, and a UK and U.S. discography.

Echoes

Author : John Sallis
ISBN : 0253114756
Genre : Philosophy
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In Echoes, John Sallis mobilizes the figure of echo, used by Heidegger to characterize originary thinking, as the motif around which to organize a radical reading of Heidegger's most important texts.

Echoes

Author : Pierre Jean de Béranger
ISBN : HARVARD:HWLDS9
Genre : English poetry
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Echoes The Michelli Family Series Book 3

Author : Kristen Heitzmann
ISBN : 9781441202222
Genre : Fiction
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Romantic suspense from a bestselling novelist. Sequel to Unforgotten, Sofie Michelli goes to Sonoma to unravel her past, but returns to face the future.

Echoes And Influences Of German Romanticism

Author : Hans Eichner
ISBN : 0820405116
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Echoes From Space

Author : Alexius Hebra
ISBN : 9783638229982
Genre : Science
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Wissenschaftliche Studie aus dem Jahr 2003 im Fachbereich Astronomie, Note: keine, , Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Whether Neil Armstrong's "That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind," was inspired by the moment's greatness or the work of a NASA speechwriter, is secondary. What mattered is that people around the world, riveted to their flickering black and white TV-sets, instinctively understood that they witnessed more than a landing on our moon: Humanity’s shedding of the shackles of gravity. Yes, those few words from an astronaut on lunar ground heralded nothing less than that we, humans, were no longer inseparably bonded to planet Earth. That human mind had surmounted the barrier that, through the eons of history, towered between our world and the immensity of the cosmos. Such was the overture to the "roaring sixties", those decades of scientific achievements which got us as close as one can get to a regular airline to the moon, and as fringe benefits, lead to the launch of space-station “Skylab”, robotic touchdowns on Venus and Mars, and close-up photographs by unmanned space probes out to the boundaries of the solar system. But then, unseen at first, a shadow fell over the concept of tearing down the barriers banning us from the immensity of the worlds beyond Earth. All of a sudden, staggering breakthroughs did little to preserve the spirit of those who, a few years before, had crowded Cape Canaveral for a glimpse at the launch of the first lunar rockets, and the billions of people who ecstatically cheered Neil Armstrong's first steps on lunar ground. As if a few short years had taught people to silently look the other way as Congress yielded to a few protesting welfare junkies while politics triumphed over science and money won out over the mind. Had Armstrong’s gigantic step forward lead into an equally gigantic step backward, as if those in power had tolerated all space efforts for reasons no farther reaching than to make good on JFK’s ten years deadline for beating the Soviets to the moon? Or should we seek deeper causes for the death of a spirit that, like the once unstoppable wave of settlers’ westwards, had propelled Americans into space? Something stronger than congressional bickering, a feeling of disappointment, deep enough to uproot all former enthusiasm for human achievements? A broken promise, a wish ignored? [...]

Echoes

Author : Linda Jitmoud
ISBN : 9781933037196
Genre : Fiction
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When a person makes Shahadah his or her sins are wiped out. But can the past really be erased? Joshua Adams has always been a wild child. He graduated from reckless childhood accidents to girls and alcohol. By the time he was twenty-three he had three children and a failed marriage. When he left his wife he moved in with some Muslim guys he knew. Six months later he made Shahadah. He looked forward to starting a new life. But his new life was overshadowed by echoes from his past. Joshua first had to confront himself. He had many old habits and, after the initial excitement of accepting Islam wore off, he had trouble turning his back on these habits. He had to learn how to give up his beer and control his anger. A trip to Pakistan, and the guidance of a gentle host named Abdul-Qadir, helped him through the first difficult months after his conversion. But he has other echoes to deal with. He has a bitter ex-wife, three children whom he abandoned and strained relationships with his mother and two older brothers. Joshua make the greatest jihad--the jihad of the self--as he struggles to overcome his past and become a true Muslim.

Echoes

Author : Marla C. Erselius
ISBN : 1465352325
Genre : Poetry
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Through changes in my life came particulars in writing. Amusing myself with presuming self-confidence, yet peeking into what may lie ahead in years passing quickly came “Grey hair” as “On the other side” preceded a space where I once strolled as a much younger lady and carried inside all this time. With the dizzying, up in the air, “Can you cook,” a vehicle boiling with me inside it to viewing a remembrance of years past in the Italian “village” surrounded by the big city where I grew up in “They were there.” I can vision it today and odors that leave with me as I walked through the door. As some of my poems seem a collage of a large, colored puzzle, they have met as a quilt half way through a journey not easily put together. Such poems from my heart, such as “Frozen steps,” “Pink days,” and many others, I have a heartfelt passion for always in my love, “for homie.”

Echoes

Author : Rebeca Frees
ISBN : 9781449087593
Genre : Literary Collections
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Collecting memories is inevitable. As human beings, each one of us goes through life experiencing events, feelings, and sometimes tragedies. Some of the poems in this collection express the emotion felt at such times by the author. Some pieces convey whimsy and fun, whereas others travel to mundane places, such as garage sales, childhood memories, scary nights, and days gone by. Altogether this collection offers the reader time to unwind and enjoy.

Echoes

Author : Kyle Stockill
ISBN : 9781466911109
Genre : Poetry
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Clouded by the highs of falling in love or the lows of being alone, these moments in life are so intense it becomes near impossible to appreciate or explore the beauty and romance in even the most tragic of events. Kyle Stockill stepped back from such moments to reflect upon them and add them to this collection. Whether it be love lost or found, moments of passion and regret, a person's internal conflict, or the desire to self-destruct, each poem is written in such vivid detail it pulls you back into not just the intense emotions felt but every painstakingly beautiful moment. From personal favorites like "Always" and "My Heroine" to fan favorites like "Caves" and "Kiss from a Rose," each poem captures a unique perspective, the echoes of the mind.

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