Thursday, March 22, 2012

Biological Anthropology: Concepts and Connections (2nd Edition)

Biological Anthropology: Concepts and Connections (2nd Edition)

Biological Anthropology: Concepts and Connections (2nd Edition)

Biological Anthropology: Concepts and Connections (2nd Edition)
McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages | 2011 | ISBN: 0078117003 | 400 pages | PDF | 73MB

Biological Anthropology: Concepts and Connections shows the relevance of anthropological concepts to today's students and encourages critical thinking. Throughout the text and especially in its many “Connections” features, Agustin Fuentes links anthropological concepts and questions to students’ lives. One of the top scholars in the field of biological anthropology, Agustin Fuentes’ current research looks at the big questions of why humans do what they do and feel the way they feel. He is committed to an integrated, holistic anthropological approach. Fuentes wrote this text to help answer the “so what” questions and make anthropological knowledge relevant to everyday life.

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Entrepreneur USA - April 2012 (HQ PDF)

Entrepreneur USA - April 2012 (HQ PDF)

Entrepreneur USA - April 2012 (HQ PDF)

Entrepreneur USA - April 2012
English | 124 pages | HQ PDF | 105.00 Mb

Entrepreneur USA receptacle is, like the millionaires it features, haunch, savvy, and filled with knowledge encircling how to make it big in successi~ the merit of your big ideas. Think creatively, it says, and learn from others who did this and made themselves extremely wealthy as a result. With interviews, reviews, and full guides to the tools on the emporium that can help you achieve your occupation dreams, Entrepreneur magazine can show you the habit to the top.

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Conway Twitty - Looking Back - The Very Best Of The MGM Recordings (2002) APE

Conway Twitty - Looking Back - The Very Best Of The MGM Recordings (2002) APE

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Conway Twitty - Looking Back - The Very Best Of The MGM Recordings (2002) APE
EAC rip | 2CD | APE - Log - Cue | SCANS | Release: 2002 | 507 MB
Genre: Country, Rock'n'Roll | Label: Rpm Records

For those who lack the cash or incentive to invest in Bear Family's mammoth eight-CD Rock 'N' Roll Years box set, this two-CD, 40-song overview of Conway Twitty's 1958-1963 MGM sides is a fine summary of his early career. Nearly all his Top Hundred chart hits are here, as are numerous flops, B-sides, and LP tracks. It's true that these were the most rock-oriented years of Twitty's long career, and also that many of these sides are derivative of early Elvis Presley. But it can also be said that of the singers who owed much to Elvis, Twitty was one of the best -- not just on hits like "It's Only Make Believe," "Lonely Blue Boy," and "Danny Boy," but also lesser-known items like the growling rockabilly-pop of "Make Me Know You're Mine" and "Trouble in Mind," the "Mystery Train" imitation "The Long Black Train," and the ballad "Heavenly." Twitty was also one of the few sub-Elvis singers equally capable of summoning decent rockabilly-pop and slow deep-voiced ballads. It's not all pop/rock, either, with his incipient country-pop leanings coming to the fore on some early-'60s tracks like "What a Dream" and "Looking Back" (which sound a little like Brenda Lee's productions of the era), "A Man Alone" and "She Ain't No Angel" (both not far in mood from Roy Orbison's harder-rocking early-'60s cuts), and the melodramatic "The Flame." He didn't cultivate as strong an identity as any of his reference points, Elvis and otherwise, and some of these tunes are generic if spiritedly performed late-'50s/early-'60s period pieces, but overall it's a quite worthy anthology.