Dream, Baby, Dream

Dream, Baby, Dream

As parents get their children to bed, they imagine the very best possible world for their little ones, with hopeful and uplifting futures. They work hard to provide the skills and tools young ones will need as they grow. Dream, Baby, Dream shares an illustrated poem describing parents hopes and dreams for their babies as they sing them off to sleep. This childrens book shares an inspirational rhythmic lullaby created to remind readers of all ages to believe and follow their dreams. The world is yours to run and play, All your wishes can come true. You can fly above the clouds and skies Do anything that you want to. Just shut your eyes real tight, my love, And dream, baby, dream.

Dream Baby Dream: Suicide: A New York City Story

Dream Baby Dream: Suicide: A New York City Story

“We were living through the realities of war and bringing the war onto the stage... Everybody hated us, man” Alan Vega Born out of the city's vibrant artistic underground as a counter-cultural performance art statement, opposing the war by mirroring its turmoil, Suicide became the most terrifyingly iconoclastic band in history, and also one of the most influential. By the time the punk scene they're usually associated with came out of CBGBs in the mid-seventies, Suicide had already been causing havoc in New York’s clubs for several years. Working closely with the author, Rev and Vega explain the influences and events which led to the birth of Suicide and their early struggles. They invoke another world and era, peppered with smoky jazz clubs, Iggy Pop in his new-born Stooge persona and even suffer an attack from beat guru Allen Ginsberg. Along with interviewing major figures in the Suicide story, the author reaches back into 40 years chronicling and interviewing major players in New York’s musical history, including Blondie, Jayne County, James Chance and the New York Dolls. While the city changes around them, it all adds up to the definitive account of the lives and times of this unique duo.

Dream Baby Dream

Suicide: a New York Story

Dream Baby Dream

New York City-based punk duo Suicide, though often feared and spurned for their anarchic and taboo-busting sound, inspired the major musical movements of the 1970s. In Dream Baby Dream, author Kris Needs chronicles Suicide's roller coaster career from its formative days in avant-garde performance art through present day, chronicling their first album,their violent UK tour supporting The Clash in 1978, and the duo's subsequent recordings, performances, and solo careers,supported with firsthand interviews by its founders, singer and artist Alan Vega and maverick instrumentalist Martin Rev.

Dream Baby Dream

Images from the Blank Generation

Dream Baby Dream


What Does My Baby Dream Of?

What Does My Baby Dream Of?

This is the first children's book i've tried to write and publish. It was mainly for my first daughter, I would watch her sleep through the day and as her eyes would move or she'd give a smile, I'd wonder what she was dreaming of. If her smile was her dreaming or if it was gas. Now that I have two girls, I'm having this book published for them both.

Dream, Baby, Dream!

Dream, Baby, Dream!

Baby's sweet dreams include flying, flowers, animal friends, and mother's kisses.

Dream Baby

Dream Baby

By the Year 2000: BABY! What have you resolved to do by the year 2000? Millenium Baby! When a friend—pregnant and desperate—suggests that Nora Holloway adpot the baby, it looks as if Nora's dream of celebrating the millenium with a family of her own may come true. Then the baby's uncle shows up with a plan that doesn't include Nora. Jake Burdette's guilt over his brother's death won't allow him to break his promise to look after the child. He won't allow a stranger to adopt his nephew. But the more he learns about Nora, the less of a stranger she becomes….

Bruce Springsteen – Like a Killer in the Sun. Songtexte

Bruce Springsteen – Like a Killer in the Sun. Songtexte

Erste autorisierte und einzige deutsche Ausgabe von Springsteens Lyrics Bruce Springsteens Lyrics erscheinen zusammengenommen als Kapitel eines großen amerikanischen Romans, den er in den 1970ern begonnen hat und der in diesem Buch nachvollzogen wird. Kritiker halten den "Chronisten des amerikanischen Alltags" (Der Spiegel) und seine Lyrics inzwischen für ebenso wichtig für die amerikanische Literatur wie die Werke von Fitzgerald, Carver oder Whitman. Anders als Bob Dylan versteckt sich Springsteen nicht hinter immer neuen Masken, er erzählt unverstellt von dem American Dream und seinen Schattenseiten – von der Provinz, von der Flucht aus ihr und dem Sog der Freiheit, von den Chancen der Selbstsuche wie auch von Armut, Rassismus oder Polizeigewalt. Leonardo Colombati entschlüsselt überraschende Hintergründe und Einflüsse. Die Wucht von Springsteens Bildern wie auch die leisen Erschütterungen in seiner Sprache macht Heinz Rudolf Kunze in seinen kongenialen Übersetzungen erfahrbar. Das Buch bietet: • Einleitung, Biographie und Kommentare von Leonardo Colombati • 100 Songs im Original und in deutscher Übersetzung von Heinz Rudolf Kunze • umfangreiches Bonusmaterial, Diskographie u. ä.

His Baby Dream

His Baby Dream

Includes an excerpt from The rancher's homecoming by Cathy McDavid.

Dream Baby

Dream Baby

Dear Monica, No two people deserve a child more than you and the count. I'm giving you a baby… It's bad enough when fans confuse Maggie Stern with Monica Blake, the infertile character she plays on TV, but to leave her a baby—a baby!—on the doorstep… But baby Sarah's cries are real, and Maggie has no choice but to cuddle her close. Too bad little Sarah won't settle for bottle or binkie—she wants the tall, blond man from next door, Dr. Jared Austin. The baby doctor. Maggie can't fault Sarah's taste, but it seems the handsome doc has reasons of his own for avoiding Maggie…and her precious package!