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Playing with Myself is a first-hand account of the journey that led Randy Rainbow from his childhood as the over-imaginative, often misunderstood little boy who carried a purse in the second grade to his first job on Broadway as the host at ...
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From the Allman Brothers Band to Frank Zappa, and through the interweaving lives of Bill Graham, Janis Joplin, Grace Slick, and Carlos Santana, author John Glatt chronicles the story of the 1960s’ rock music Colossus that stood astride ...
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Examines the San Francisco jazz scene of the 1940s and 1950s, focusing on the Fillmore District, including its restaurants, shops, and nightclubs, and the musical legacy of such performers as Dizzy Gillespie and Lionel Hampton.
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Included here are photos of the Who's premiere of Tommy in 1969; John and Yoko's surprise encore to a Frank Zappa concert; the jam between the Allman Brothers, the Grateful Dead, and Mick Fleetwood in 1970; Janis Joplin's first performance ...
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In this eye-opening biography, the legal scholar and historian Paul Finkelman reveals how Millard Fillmore's response to the crisis he inherited set the country on a dangerous path that led to the Civil War.
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Published in cooperation with Bill Graham Presents, this is an intoxicating compendium of the funkiest posters of the century.
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We see, as John Lord O’Brian, former regent of the University of the State of New York noted, “a devoted patriot who in all activities sought guidance from his own conscience during the critical events of the mid-nineteenth century.” ...
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This comprehensive work includes photographs, a genealogy of the Fillmore family, a chronology, a bibliography, and an index.
The Fillmore from books.google.com
Unity adheres to a "positive, practical Christianity," and this 1940 edition embodies that philosophy: it preaches that poverty is a sin, and that God wants us to be rich...a strain that has been picked up by some modern fundamentalist ...