Bruce Hayes

Chinatown Jeet Kune Do: Essential Elements of Bruce Lee's Martial Art  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Oleksandr74 at Oct. 20, 2017
Chinatown Jeet Kune Do: Essential Elements of Bruce Lee's Martial Art

Tim Tackett, Bob Bremer - Chinatown Jeet Kune Do: Essential Elements of Bruce Lee's Martial Art
Black Belt Communications | 2012 | ISBN: 0897501632 | English | 176 pages | PDF | 7.5 MB
Bruce & Borg's Psychosocial Frames of Reference: Theories, Models, and Approaches for Occupation-Based Practice (4th edition) (

Bruce & Borg's Psychosocial Frames of Reference: Theories, Models, and Approaches for Occupation-Based Practice (4th edition) By Terry Krupa
2015 | 450 Pages | ISBN: 161711622X | PDF | 13 MB

Isaac Hayes - The Spirit Of Memphis (1962-1976) (2017)  Music

Posted by Pisulik at Oct. 8, 2017
Isaac Hayes - The Spirit Of Memphis (1962-1976) (2017)

Isaac Hayes - The Spirit Of Memphis (1962-1976) (2017)
Soul, Funk, RnB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 04:56:53 | 630 MB
Label: Craft Recordings

In the late 1960s Isaac Hayes helped save Stax Records. After its considerable success earlier in the decade, the Memphis record label hit hard times that almost destroyed its modest empire. In December 1967 Otis Redding the label’s biggest act and one of the most popular R&B singers in the world was killed in a plane crash alongside most of the Bar-Kays. In April 1968 Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated at the Lorraine Motel, converting what had been a hideout and meeting place for the house musicians into a symbol of the nation’s escalating racial tensions. Meanwhile, Stax’s owners had been renegotiating the label’s contract with Atlantic Records, which had distributed nearly every Stax release; they were horrified to discover a clause that gave ownership of the entire back catalog, along with control of its second biggest act, Sam & Dave, to Atlantic. Stax had no funds and no way to get funds. One of the biggest success stories of the decade looked like it might meet an ignominious end—just another indie gobbled up by the New York giants strengthening their grasp on the market.
Peasants and Lords in the Medieval English Economy: Essays in Honour of Bruce M.S. Campbell

Maryanne Kowaleski, John Langdon, "Peasants and Lords in the Medieval English Economy: Essays in Honour of Bruce M.S. Campbell"
2015 | ISBN-10: 2503551564 | 458 pages | PDF | 3 MB
Frederick F. Bruce - Testimonianze extrabibliche su Gesù. Da Giuseppe Flavio al Corano

Frederick F. Bruce - Testimonianze extrabibliche su Gesù. Da Giuseppe Flavio al Corano
Italian | 2003 | 242 pages | ISBN: 8870164551 | PDF | 2,6 MB

History Scotland - Robert the Bruce & the Battle of Bannockburn (2017)  Magazines

Posted by crazy-slim at Sept. 29, 2017
History Scotland - Robert the Bruce & the Battle of Bannockburn (2017)

History Scotland - Robert the Bruce & the Battle of Bannockburn (2017)
English | 30 pages | True PDF | 7 MB
Bruce Broughton - Lost In Space (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (2CD) (2016)

Bruce Broughton - Lost In Space (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (2CD) (2016)
MP3 CBR 320kbps | 02:04:15 | 137.26 Mb (CD1) + 149.18 Mb (CD2) + 118.47 Mb (Covers)
Score | Label: Intrada

Bruce Broughton's dynamic action-filled soundtrack for Stephen Hopkin's big-screen treatment of classic Irwin Allen 60's TV series gets deluxe expanded 2-CD release! Famed space family Robinson comes vividly alive courtesy William Hurt as John, Mimi Rogers as Maureen, Heather Graham as Judy, Jack Johnson as Will, Matt LeBlanc as Don, Gary Oldman as Dr. Smith. Involved, darker and more serious story than TV series offered inspired Broughton to create massive, full-blooded symphonic score with one foot in robust action mode, one foot in intense drama mode. Main theme, heard nobly on solo horn at outset of "Main Title", takes off in full throttle fashion for initial launch of Jupiter II.

Bruce Cockburn - Slice O Life (2009)  Music

Posted by tirexiss at Sept. 20, 2017
Bruce Cockburn - Slice O Life (2009)

Bruce Cockburn - Slice O Life (2009)
MP3 (CBR 320 kbps) | Covers Included | 02:03:11 | 319 MB
Genre: Folk-Rock, Singer-Songwriter | Label: True North Records

Bruce Cockburn has issued numerous live recordings, and thus far all of them have been band offerings during the various periods of his 40-plus-year career. While the acoustic element has always been a primary part of his stage persona, fans – and the merely curious – have never had access to an official live document of those proceedings, until now. This double-disc set is a generous offering of 25 songs from all different stages of Cockburn's career, taped during May 2008.

Bruce Barth - Live at the Village Vanguard (2002)  Music

Posted by Domestos at Sept. 14, 2017
Bruce Barth - Live at the Village Vanguard (2002)

Bruce Barth - Live at the Village Vanguard (2002)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+.cue, log) ~ 351.99 Mb | 64:32 | Scans included
Post-Bop, Hard Bop | Country: USA | Label: MaxJazz (MXJ 205)

Bruce Barth has a reputation for being one of the more singer-friendly jazz pianists on the East Coast. Some jazz instrumentalists can be very myopic when it comes to singers; they go out of their way to avoid them. But Barth has been good about accompanying singers, which is why everyone from Kevin Mahogany to LaVerne Butler to Dominique Eade has employed him as a sideman. Nonetheless, Barth is primarily an instrumentalist, and this CD is among the releases that finds him in a leadership role instead of an accompanist role.

Bruce Barth - Don't Blame Me (1997)  Music

Posted by Domestos at Sept. 14, 2017
Bruce Barth - Don't Blame Me (1997)

Bruce Barth - Don't Blame Me (1997)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+.cue, log) ~ 291.88 Mb | 59:39 | Scans included
Post-Bop | Country: USA | Label: Double-Time Records (DTRCD-129)

A rewarding trio session from Bruce Barth, one of the most underrated post-bop pianists. Joined by bassist Ed Howard and drummer Billy Drummond, Barth splits the program evenly between standards and originals, the latter including a lovely pair of dedications: "Song for Alex" and "For Clara." Barth's affinity for Monk comes through on "Evidence" and an intriguing original called "The Way He Wore His Hat," intended as a Monk tribute but based on a motif from "They Can't Take That Away From Me." With "Lazy Bird," "Fascinating Rhythm," and the title track, Barth and company display their flair for rhythmic surprises.