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Long Way Down

Author : Krista Ritchie
ISBN : 9781682305256
Genre : Fiction
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Fans of forbidden romances will love this story about two people who have always been told to stay away from one another but who can’t help be gravitate towards now that she’s legal.

The Sisters Calloway Book Two Renovations

Author : Theresa Stillwagon
ISBN : 9781612521039
Genre : Fiction
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Was she making a big mistake? & ;& ;Megan Callaway now owned Green Oaks Plantation, with all of its outbuildings and forest of trees and grass and problems. She planned on changing it into a bed and breakfast. Yet she didn't have complete control. She would have to agree on everything with Andy Perry, the president of the local historical group. & ;& ;The man didn't want to see anything change on the property. & ;& ;Megan wanted to demolish all the outer buildings except an old-fashion outdoor kitchen. & ;& ;Sparks fly every time the two get together. & ;& ;But it's not until her past starts catching up to her, things get interesting. & ;& ;Would Megan really be able to let go? & ;

Inspiring African American Women Of Virginia

Author : Veronica A. Davis
ISBN : 9780595347308
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Inspiring African American Women of Virginia was written to provide readers with a variety of ethic women from various eras in our countries history. It captivates the reader and pulls them into the lives of women who were not just faced with the obstacle of race but gender. It also reveals how they overcame their obstacles to achieve international acclaim. From Missy Elliott and Roberta Flack to Maggie Walker and Nannie Boroughs, you'll be surprised at how each of these women are connected to Virginia. Enjoy!!

Blues Mandolin Man

Author : Richard Congress
ISBN : 9781604735970
Genre : African American musicians
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Yank Rachell and his mandolin playing style moved every musician lucky enough to hear him perform in the early sixties. When he died in April 1997, he left behind a stack of unanswered requests to tour Europe and to play blues festivals in the United States. In "Blues Mandolin Man: The Life and Music of Yank Rachell," Richard Congress delivers the first biography of a family man whose playing inspired and energized the likes of David Honeyboy Edwards, Sleepy John Estes, and Henry Townsend. No other biography discusses the mandolin's influence and role in the blues. Guitar great Ry Cooder said, "Yank's style fascinated me because it had a lot of power and it's very raw-and what a great thing to do, just attack this little instrument like that." Charlie Musselwhite, the noted harp player, worked with Rachell and club hopped in Chicago with the elder bluesman. "He just had a great spirit about him," Musselwhite said of Rachell's playing and singing, "really just shouting it out. If the world was made up of people like Yank Rachell it would be a wonderful place to live." "Blues Mandolin Man" chronicles the life, times, and music of a man who was born into a family of sharecroppers in 1910 in rural western Tennessee. An active musician for 75 years, Rachell mastered several musical instruments and first recorded for Victor in Memphis in 1929. Through the blues, Rachell's world expanded to include Chicago, New York, recording studios and, after the sixties, radio, TV, and national and European tours. Yank's recollections reveal new information about personalities and events that will delight blues history buffs. Rich appendixes detail Yank's mandolin and guitar style and his place in the blues tradition. For this book Richard Congress, who reissued two of Rachell's old LPs in CD format, worked closely with him to record memories spanning decades of blues playing. Congress tells a compelling and engaging story about a colorful and thoughtful character who as a child picked cotton and plowed a field behind a mule, who grew to manhood coping with the southern Jim Crow system, and who participated in the creation and perpetuation of the blues. Richard Congress is the owner of Random Chance Records, a record company based in New York City.

Calloway Corners

Author : Tracy Hughes
ISBN : 0373832796
Genre : Fiction
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Fiery, rebellious Jo finds her soulmate when she meets rock 'n' roller E. Z., a musician whose passion and commitment is directed at the homeless. Reprint.

A Formidable Fortune

Author : Vera Morrill
ISBN : 9781479724673
Genre : Fiction
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Three women from different backgrounds play their part in the moulding of Helen Calloway's character as she makes the transition from life in a cottage, to fame in the world of haute couture and a marriage which takes her across the sea.... The spinster for whom education is all; a Baroness, the epitome of charm and gentility and an Indian Princess, who reflects all that is best of her creed and culture. Set in the Edwardian era with the country. Moving towards war, Helen's changing fortunes reflect the shifting status of women, until finally accepted as full members of society.


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ISBN : STANFORD:36105118882518
Genre : Amusements
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The Unofficial Encyclopedia Of The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame

Author : Nick Talevski
ISBN : 0313300321
Genre : Music
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Explores the history of the different rock and roll performers, producers, deejays, and songwriters who have been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

A New History Of Jazz

Author : Alyn Shipton
ISBN : 0826417892
Genre : Music
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Presents a history of jazz music in the United States and abroad, focusing on the personalities who were behind the creation of the music.

Jazz Journal

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ISBN : UVA:X002101789
Genre : Jazz
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