Opening with Carry On from their classic Deja Vu album, the first half was packed with classic Crosby, Stills
and Nash songs with understandably the pop-tinged Marrakesh Express and fan favourite, Our House, getting the biggest response.
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Berry, for instance, praises Still
for "his superb storytelling, the richness and subtlety of his understanding of character, and his extraordinary clarity of feeling," and for a prose style that has "the economy, liveliness, and density of poetry" (229).
enable the annual production of ten thousand gallons of ethanol for home-based stills
and ten million gallons for larger commercial based stills
Ethanol can be produced through a home-based distilling process utilizing ethanol stills
that enable the annual production of 10,000 gallons of ethanol for home-based stills
and 10 million gallons for larger commercial-based stills
The next week, we ran out to shoot stills
with me posing beside a Secret Window poster wearing a toque, hoping to be recognized.
retells the amazing saga of William and Ellen Craft.
Their substance lies in allusions to past artists, Still
chief among them, and so, while their paintings look like his from a distance or in reproduction, in person, close up, they have none of the older artist's depth and disturbing intensity.
Among academic dissertations and theses on the composer are Leon Everette Thompson's "A Historical and Stylistic Analysis of the Music of William Grant Still
and a Thematic Catalog of His Works" (D.
While the principle has been known for centuries, the first recorded large-scale solar still
was used in Chile in the late 19th century.
The significance of American composer William Grant Still
(1895-1978) has been gained and reaffirmed through decades of performances by musicians of the first rank and by the receptivity of audiences throughout the world.
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He remembers saying: "Tell you what, I'll light the fire, you put the flowers in the vase that you bought today" This was two-and-a-half hours of our most fabled supergroup showing us that they can still
do it and, occasionally, that they can't.
IN THE FALL OF 2005 the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York mounted three remarkable retrospectives of avant-garde filmmakers of the same artistic generation: All three--Robert Beavers, Owen Land (born George Landow), and Morgan Fisher--began making films in the 1960s, and all three won considerable recognition while still
quite young (Beavers and Land were teenagers when they screened their first films; Fisher was in his midtwenties).
Here he is, a product of the 'swinging sixties', and now in his 60s, still
alive when so many of his contemporaries have shuffled off this mortal coil, turning out his best work in absolute ages.