After the success of the Yellow Cube and the Black Box, the 3rd box will once again travel the musical planet Nova in all directions and at all times since the 50s.
Two previously unreleased 1960s performances by Don Cherry in quintet format. The first show was recorded in Denmark in 1963 (but a different date that the release on Storyville) and showcases the New York Contemporary Five, featuring Cherry with Archie Shepp, John Tchicai, Don Moore and J.C. Moses.
More than two centuries after its creation, the emotional pull of this supreme opera remains absolutely intact. Dmitri Tcherniakov duly revisits the myth and makes the seducer of Seville a ‘man without qualities’, a cipher whose words have a hypnotic power over women. His words will disrupt the proprieties ruling the Commandatore’s family. His words are also what makes Don Juan such a subversive figure and the embodiment of one of the most powerful modern European myths. Leading the Freiburg Baroque Orchestra is one of the best Mozart conductors, Louis Langrée. Bo Skovhus portrays a dispirited Don Giovanni, old playboy and anti-hero. Kyle Ketelsen is his servant Leporello, currently a shoe-in for this rôle. The superb female trio is composed of Marlis Petersen (Donna Anna), Kristine Opolais (Elvira) and Kerstin Avemo (Zerlina).
A Man Amongst Men is the final studio album by blues musician Bo Diddley and featured guest performances by Ron Wood, Keith Richards and Jimmie Vaughan. It peaked at #8 on the Billboard Top Blues Albums chart.
Metawhore is without a doubt the most controversial autobiography of 2012. The author cleverly fuses athoroughly enteraining life story with thought provoking philosophy. Buried within the pages is a mirror that consistently reflects the sub-conscious of the reader, asking questions of the self usually considered taboo. Humorous, morally challenging, honest, unapologetic and wholly addictive. Metawhore is not just a complelling read but arguably the most sexually inshightful book of the decade.
Dr. Nick Hall reveals these solutions - and the fascinating science behind them - in I Know What To Do, So Why Don't I Do It? One by one, he examines all 10 of the most common excuses for inaction, and gives you specific strategies for dealing with each of them. Strategies that address the biochemical root of the excuses, and obliterate them right then and there.