The Allman Brothers Band formed in 1969 with founding members Duane Allman, Jaimoe, Berry Oakley, Dickey Betts, Butch Trucks, and Gregg Allman. The band’s very first informal jam together was a Muddy Waters song “Trouble No More” which shortly after became the very first song they officially demo’d together, has remained unreleased until now and starts off this 50th anniversary collection. ABB essentially are the fathers of the southern rock sound; that acts like Lynyrd Skynyrd, ZZ Top and The Marshal Tucker Band soon became widely known for; along with the jam band scene due to their larger than life instrumental jams. After their first two albums, The Allman Brothers Band and Idlewild South, the band recorded and released their first live double album At Fillmore East which has become the live album that all other live albums are measured. Just four days after At Fillmore East was certified gold, Duane Allman suffered a motorcycle accident and died. The band was determined to carry on, but a year later, their next band leader Berry Oakley suffered the same fate as Duane not three blocks from the location of Duane’s accident. The band’s members evolved from these unfortunate moments in their history through thirteen incarnations and in 2014 the band decided to retire from touring officially. The very last song performed by The Allman Brothers Band at the Beacon Theatre was the very first song they ever jammed together “Trouble No More” which this performance beautifully closes our 61-song boxset. The boxset was produced by Allman Brothers historians and aficionados Bill Levenson, John Lynskey and Kirk West. The 10-LP packaging consists of a wood veneer wrapped slipcase with gold graphics, 5 gatefold jackets and a 56-page book. The 5-CD edition includes a 88-page booklet and is housed in a 12-panel softpack with a slipcase. Each CD is a thematic overview of the various stages of the band’s recording and performance history as noted in the below track listing. Both the 10-LP & 5-CD editions feature an 8,900+ word essay on the 50-year history of the band by John Lynskey, unreleased band photos along with newly shot photos of memorabilia from the Big House Museum in Macon, GA and a recap of the 13 incarnations of the band line-up. Black 180g vinyl packaging consists of a wood veneer wrapped slipcase with gold graphics, 5 gatefold jackets and a 56-page book Includes an 8,900+ word essay on the 50-year history of the band by John Lynskey, unreleased band photos along with newly shot photos of memorabilia from the Big House Museum in Macon, GA Import Track Listing – LP 1: The Capricorn Years 1969 – 1979 Part I 1. Trouble No More (Demo)* (Side A) 2. Don’t Want You No More (Side A) 3. It’ Not My Cross To Bear (Side A) 4. Dreams (Side A) 5. Whipping Post (Side B) 6. I’m Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town (Live at Ludlow Garage) (Side B) 7. Midnight Rider (Side B) 8. Revival (Side B) LP 2: The Capricorn Years 1969 – 1979 Part I 1. Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’ (Side A) 2. Hoochie Coochie Man (Side A) 3. Please Call Home (Side A) 4. Statesboro Blues (Live at Fillmore East) (Side A) 5. Stormy Monday (Live at Fillmore East) (Side B) 6. In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed (Live at Fillmore East) (Side B) LP 3: The Capricorn Years 1969 – 1979 Part II 1. One Way Out (Live at Fillmore East) (Side A) 2. You Don't Love Me / Soul Serenade (Live at A&R Studios) (Side A) 3. Hot ‘Lanta (Live at A&R Studios) (Side B) 4. Stand Back (Side B) 5. Melissa (Side B) 6. Blue Sky (Side B) LP 4: The Capricorn Years 1969 – 1979 Part II 1. Ain’t Wastin’ Time No More (Live at Mar y Sol) (Side A) 2. Wasted Words (Side A) 3. Ramblin’ Man (Side A) 4. Southbound (Side A) 5. Jessica (Side B) 6. Early Morning Blues (Outtake) (Side B) LP 5: The Capricorn Years 1969 – 1979 Part III / The Arista Years 1980 – 1981 1. Come And Go Blues (Live at Watkins Glen) (Side A) 2. Mountain Jam (Live at Watkins Glen)* (Side A) 3. Can’t Lose What You Never Had (Side A) 4. Win, Lose Or Draw (Side B) 5. High Falls (Side B) LP 6: The Capricorn Years 1969 – 1979 Part III / The Arista Years 1980 – 1981 1. Crazy Love (Side A) 2. Can’t Take It With You (Side A) 3. Pegasus (Side A) 4. Just Ain’t Easy (Live at Merriweather Post Pavilion) (Side B) 5. Hell & High Water (Side B) 6. Angeline (Side B) 7. Leavin’ (Side B) 8. Never Knew How Much (I Needed You) (Side B) LP 7: The Epic Years 1990 – 2000 1. Good Clean Fun (Side A) 2. Seven Turns (Side A) 3. Gamblers Roll (Side A) 4. End Of The Line (Side A) 5. Nobody Knows (Side B) 6. Low Down Dirty Mean (Live at the Beacon Theatre) (Side B) LP 8: The Epic Years 1990 – 2000 1. Come On Into My Kitchen (Live at Radio & Records Convention) (Side A) 2. Sailin’ ‘Cross The Devil’s Sea (Side A) 3. Back Where It All Begins (Side A) 4. Soulshine (Side B) 5. No One To Run With (Side B) 6. I’m Not Crying (Live at the Beacon Theatre)* (Side B) LP 9: The Peach Years 2000 – 2014 1. Loan Me A Dime (Live at the New World Music Theatre)* (Side A) 2. Desdemona (Live at the Beacon Theatre)* (Side A) 3. High Cost Of Low Living (Side B) 4. Old Before My Time (Side B) LP 10: The Peach Years 2000 – 2014 1. Blue Sky (Live at the Beacon Theatre)* (Side A) 2. Little Martha (Live at the Beacon Theatre)* (Side A) 3. Black Hearted Woman (Live at the Beacon Theatre) (Side A) 4. The Sky Is Crying (Live at the Beacon Theatre) (Side B) 5. “Farewell” speeches (Live at the Beacon Theatre) (Side B) 6. Trouble No More (Live at the Beacon Theatre) (Side B)
The dozens of artists and craftspeople featured in this volume create miniature representations of real-world scenes - everything from housewares, such as a thumb-sized rice cooker, to storefronts and cliffside dwellings suspended in test tubes, all the way up to entire multi-story buildings, with every detail preserved inside and out. Each of these exquisite works tells an intriguing story, encapsulating history, culture and memory, and elevating everyday items - the signage on the side of a garbage can, a rusted downspout - to objects worthy of artistic representation, prompting us through this striking shift of scale to perceive the world in whole new ways. Among the featured artists, Tatsuya Tanaka brings Japanese iconography into his master work Miniature Calendar, while Joshua Smith from Australia keeps streets and addresses and memory alive by re-creating them in miniature, freezing them in time, complete with weeds and water stains. This book not only digs into the stories behind the works, but provides guidance for those who are ready to try their own hand at mini crafts. Three masters share their inspirations and techniques by revealing a detailed process of a single masterpiece.
Memory improvement made easy!You’re about to discover how to change your life. Do you have problems remembering simple mundane tasks like taking out the garbage? Did you happen to forget something you literally just wrote down five minutes ago? This audiobook will teach you scientifically proven methods that will help you remember nearly anything you want to remember within a week or two. You’ll learn how to quit bad habits that may have been holding you back, and will in turn transform not only your memory but your entire body! This audiobook will unlock your hidden potential and will put you on the fast track to success.Here is a preview of what you'll learn....How to improve your memoryHow to quit bad habitsHow dieting affects your memoryWays to improve memory and recall through mnemonicsTechniques for keeping your brain activeHow meditation can improve your memoryTechniques for improving your IQMuch, much more! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Norma Jean Gradsky. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/105647/bk_acx0_105647_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
In Forced Magic, Jack Dewitte starts his incredible journey into a new world. It started with just simply walking out his front door. With just a few steps, the world of magic begins to be revealed. Across a busy street is a beautiful fairy desperately trying to get his attention. With a step out into the street (resulting in Jack almost getting run over), Jack's whole life will be changed forever. The fairy disappears, but the magic continues as Jack has to befriend a dragon, fight a group of goblins, and find a wizard that has promised to help him. With a knapsack full of money and the knowledge that his brother has no memory of who Jack is, a quest begins that puts this ordinary fantasy fan in the path of Gnomes, elves, and garbage-eating trolls as he struggles just to fit in in this magic world where it seems that someone wants him dead. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jerod Lollar. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/022118/bk_acx0_022118_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Introduction Garbage collection is a technique for automatic reclamation and was first suggested by McCarthy. Programmers are looking for an ideal garbage collector. The choice of the particular garbage collector depends on the application behavior and mutator choice. The problems of managing storage have motivated language designers to redesign languages to include automatic storage reclamation. For automatic memory management programmers are embracing garbage collected languages such as Java which deals with automatic memory management and thereby reducing the burden of the programmer. Chapter 1 of the book introduces the concept of explicit and implicit storage reclamation. Chapter 2 deals with the review of literature. In chapter 3 the mechanism of Garbage collection in C &, C++ is studied. In chapter 4, empirical evaluation of different garbage collectors of JDK is carried out. In chapter 5 the results are compiled from of the previous chapter tables. In chapter 6 the inferences drawn from the study are presented. There fore after reading the book we can conclude that which type of garbage collector is to be activated with which type of application.
Garbage Collection (GC) is a critical memory management process in programming languages based on dynamic object creation and automatic reclamation of storage. The problem of the GC for uni-processor systems has been well understood with many efficient solutions proposed and used. GC algorithms have been also proposed and used for shared memory systems. However, few GC algorithms have been proposed for distributed memory system. In this thesis, a new GC algorithm for distributed memory system, called Mark and Copy Garbage Collection (M&CGC) is proposed. The algorithm is based on parallel copying GC algorithm combining with some aspects of Mark & Sweep GC and Copying GC algorithms. M&CGC has been implemented and evaluated using an underlying architecture with different network topology (linear, ring and mesh). The performance of our algorithm is compared with the Mark and Sweep Garbage Collection (M&SGC) which proposed by McCarthy but in distributed environment. Analysis of evaluation results shows that our algorithm always out-performs the M&SGC algorithm with respect to total execution time.
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER From Gabrielle Hamilton, bestselling author of Blood, Bones & Butter, comes her eagerly anticipated cookbook debut filled with signature recipes from her celebrated New York City restaurant Prune. NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY PUBLISHERS WEEKLY NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE SEASON BY Time &#8226; O: The Oprah Magazine &#8226; Bon Appétit &#8226; Eater A self-trained cook turned James Beard Award-winning chef, Gabrielle Hamilton opened Prune on New York's Lower East Side fifteen years ago to great acclaim and lines down the block, both of which continue today. A deeply personal and gracious restaurant, in both menu and philosophy, Prune uses the elements of home cooking and elevates them in unexpected ways. The result is delicious food that satisfies on many levels. Highly original in concept, execution, look, and feel, the Prune cookbook is an inspired replica of the restaurant's kitchen binders. It is written to Gabrielle's cooks in her distinctive voice, with as much instruction, encouragement, information, and scolding as you would find if you actually came to work at Prune as a line cook. The recipes have been tried, tasted, and tested dozens if not hundreds of times. Intended for the home cook as well as the kitchen professional, the instructions offer a range of signals for cooks-a head's up on when you have gone too far, things to watch out for that could trip you up, suggestions on how to traverse certain uncomfortable parts of the journey to ultimately help get you to the final destination, an amazing dish. Complete with more than with more than 250 recipes and 250 color photographs, home cooks will find Prune's most requested recipes-Grilled Head-on Shrimp with Anchovy Butter, Bread Heels and Pan Drippings Salad, Tongue and Octopus with Salsa Verde and Mimosa'd Egg, Roasted Capon on Garlic Crouton, Prune's famous Bloody Mary (and all 10 variations). Plus, among other items, a chapter entitled 'Garbage'-smart ways to repurpose foods that might have hit the garbage or stockpot in other restaurant kitchens but are turned into appetizing bites and notions at Prune. Featured here are the recipes, approach, philosophy, evolution, and nuances that make them distinctively Prune's. Unconventional and honest, in both tone and content, this book is a welcome expression of the cookbook as we know it. Praise for Prune 'Fresh, fascinating . . . entirely pleasurable . . . Since 1999, when the chef Gabrielle Hamilton put Triscuits and canned sardines on the first menu of her East Village bistro, Prune, she has nonchalantly broken countless rules of the food world. The rule that a successful restaurant must breed an empire. The rule that chefs who happen to be women should unconditionally support one another. The rule that great chefs don't make great writers (with her memoir, Blood, Bones & Butter). And now, the rule that restaurant food has to be simplified and prettied up for home cooks in order to produce a useful, irresistible cookbook. . . . [Prune] is the closest thing to the bulging loose-leaf binder, stuck in a corner of almost every restaurant kitchen, ever to be printed and bound between cloth covers. (These happen to be a beautiful deep, dark magenta.)'-The New York Times 'One of the most brilliantly minimalist cookbooks in recent memory . . . at once conveys the thrill of restaurant cooking and the wisdom of the author, while making for a charged reading experience.'-Publishers Weekly (starred review)
You know what&#8217;s awesome? Fireflies. Lava. Tacos. Yellow. Wee Society&#8217;s compilation of awesome things (also found in An Incomplete Book of Awesome Things) is now a matching game &#8211; designed to induce giggles, exercise working memory and spark silly conversations. The game comes with 20 pairs of cards &#8211; including one blank pair so kids can draw their own awesome addition. What&#8217;s not included: things that are NOT awesome, like cavities, garbage or splinters. It&#8217;s designed for ages 3+. Beginners can take out a few pairs, and work their way up to using all 40 cards. &#8226; Play strengthens focus, concentration, and memory skills &#8226; Builds hand-eye coordination and dexterity &#8226; Includes 40 sturdy 2 3/8' x 2 3/8' square cards with rounded corners &#8226; Ideal gift for baby showers, birthdays, Christmas, Hanukkah, and Easter
Python is one of the most popular of all the computer programming languages, simply because it is one of the easiest to learn. It is an all-purpose language that has a range of different applications, such as:¥ Web development¥ Mathematical and Scientific Computing¥ Graphical user interface for the desktop Python has a very clean syntax and short code which makes it ideal for the beginner. Not only that, Python is fun because, rather than spending all your time worrying about the syntax, you get to spend time thinking about what your code is going to do instead.Python is an old language, developed in the 1980's and being released for the first time in 1991. It was developed because Guido van Rossum wanted to create a language that was easy to understand and that could access the Amoeba system he was working on. That led to Python, an interpreted and extensible language that was named after Monty Python's Flying Circus for no reason other than the creator was a fan! Python is so much easier to write and to read than many other languages and is one of the most feature-packed. Benefits include:¥ It's free and its open source - anyone can use Python and anyone can make changes to the source code and distribute it for themselves. ¥ Portable - Python programs can move from one platform to another can be run without the need to make any changes¥ Embeddable and Extensible - Python code can be combined with bits of another computer language to produce a high-performance code and scripting abilities which are not always available with other languages out of the box¥ Interpreted Language - Python does a lot of jobs, like garbage collection, memory management and so on automatically. Also, when your code is run, it will automatically be converted into a code that is understood by your computer system¥ Libraries - Python contains a lot of libraries with much of the code needed to perform common tasks and cut down on the amount of code you need to write¥ Object-Oriented - because everything that is in Python is an object, it is far easier to solve complex problems - each can be broken down into smaller problems through the creation of objects. Python is backed up with a large active community who are constantly striving to improve the language for beginners and experts alike. Use this community as they are of invaluable help to you.If you are quite ready, we are going to look at the basics of Python programming now. First, I will show you how to install it on your computer and then we will go through the basic concepts. There are going to be plenty of examples for you to input into Python and try or yourself. This is the best way to learn so I urge you to get your Python environment set up and work along with this book - you will learn so much more than if you just read it.