Hall of Fame superstar Nina Hartley teaches you everything you need to know about orally pleasing your partner in this revolutionary new how-to video. In graphic detail, Nina explains and demonstrates various techniques, gives her own personal insights on arousing your partner, and shares her years of experience. Celebrating a decade of erotic performing, Nina lovingly wrote and directed this video for every one of you interested in expanding your sexual horizon - and pleasing your partner!
We are delighted to welcome back our family member Gradient. After two years he returns for our fifth chapter and he picks where he left off with ‘Dub Iterations’. ‘Dub Trips’ is a hypnotic, 65+ minutes journey into his lush, dubby and minimalist grooves. Close your eyes and be ready for this seriously deep trip!
This 3-step system shows men how to easily interact and seduce women online on one of the most popular social networking sites.
Sick of getting screwed, Sam and Lizzie decide to take their dating life into their own hands, following the rules they find in "The Girl's Guide to Depravity". Not just your average single girl's handbook, the girls take on Chicago well-armed to navigate life between bar stools and bed sheets. Rule #17: Don't cry, make him cry. Rule #12: The best way to get over a guy is to get underneath another guy. And rule #9: Always be the bigger bitch. Everything a girl needs to stay protected against finding love. But what about when love finds you?
A new box set, collecting four albums released between 1983 and 1986, is a fascinating look at the early stages of an underrated UK post-punk act.
The third installment in a comprehensive deluxe reissue series of David Bowie's entire catalog, A New Career in a New Town (1977-1982) chronicles perhaps the most artistically ambitious phase in Bowie's career – one that began with 1977's Low and concluded with 1980's Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)…
Perahia’s immaculate technique, stylistic surety, and classical symmetry are remarkably consistent. While his tone is always singing and rounded, lyrical melodies and decorative passages alike convey a slight diamond-like edge to the peak of crescendos or an emphatic accent. This helps achieve an attractive fusion of unruffled poise and dramatic tension. You hear this quite readily in the B-flat K. 456 concerto ‘s first movement, or in the carefully pedaled trills and restatement of the main theme in K. 595’s heavenly Larghetto, also sampled here. Perahia’s symbiotic musical rapport with Radu Lupu in the two-piano concerto and the two-piano version of the concerto for three pianos should not go unmentioned.– Jed Distler