the audio version of the "abovegroundtesting" ezine.
O Boundless Salvation
The sacred song featured is "O Boundless Salvation" written by the Founder of The Salvation Army, William Booth. For more information on William Booth, go to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Booth.
the song was written in 1893 and sung for the first time during the "Boundless Salvation" campaign held at Exeter Hall in London England. The words appeared in The War Cry in January 1894.
The music is from the London Citadel Band from their album "Old Time Revisited" and the choir is the Danforth Citadel Songster.
These selections were found on the website "Salvo Audio" http://www.salvoaudio.com/index.htm
Episode 26- Jerusalem
The sacred song is William Blake's "Jerusalem". A fascinating piece of literuature from the mystic-poet, Wiliam Blake, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Blake.
Video of Keedie singing "Jerusalem" http://youtube.com/watch?v=QB3Ts_6177I
March issue of abovegroundtesting is posted http://www.abovegroundtesting.com
First issue of avantgardetimes is posted
For this episode I consider the hymn "Guide Me O Thou Great Jehovah". the much loved and beloved song of the church.
tune by John Hughes
words by William Williams.
two rendition are used, one from "Adoration Song Book" and the other a piano rendition by Melinda K. Wickam, http://melinda-k-wickam-guide-me-o-thou-great-j-mp3-download.kohit.net/_/286902
Issue 24- the Tintin Issue
Introductory Music- "Trip Off the Old Block" by DJ Topshelf.
Cultural and Entertainment News- w00t is the word of the Year Google develops Knol. Tintin is coming to the Silver Screen.
Poetry: "Portrait of the Artist with Eggnog" by Taylor Graham
"The Christians Arrived" and "In the Garden where the Flowers Grow" by Michael Lee Johnson
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The Christmas Episode
The opening song is "Joy to the World" by Julie Andrews. The main song is "When Jesus was born in a manger", a song considered to be William Booth, the founder of the Salvation Army, favourite carol. It is sung by Lindsay Mew.
This episode features music by mjc, the CrepUsculAtorium-Killfish rmx. This song and others from the artist is located at PodsafeAudio http://podsafeaudio.com/.
If you wish to get involved in the fight against HIV/AIDS, http://one.org/aids_poverty/ as well as http://www.iavi.org/ the International AIDS vaccine Initiative.
I give a brief review of CrankyGeeks, with John C. Dvorak (dvorak.org/blog) www.crankygeeks.com
avantgardetimes will be re-launched on March 1st. A wiki has been established http://avantgardetimes.wetpaint.com. The mailing address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Customer ReviewsSee All
Not what I expected...
I thought this was the Paul Gilbert from the band Mr. Big..... This guy is pretty boring, but its not what I was looking for, so I won't rate harshly.
Paul Gilbert is amazing