The Magic of Christmas is a 1960 album by Nat King Cole, arranged and conducted by Ralph Carmichael. This was Cole's only full album of Christmas songs, although he had recorded several holiday singles earlier in his career. One of these, "The Christmas Song", originally recorded in 1946, was re-recorded for the 1961 album The Nat King Cole Story.
Real Gone is the 15th studio album by Tom Waits, released October 3, 2004 in Europe, and October 5 in United States on the ANTI- label. The album was supported by the Real Gone Tour, playing sold out locations in North America and Europe in October and November 2004. The album features some of the few political songs Waits has written, the most explicit being "Day After Tomorrow", a song Waits has described as an "elliptical" protest against the Iraq War.
Love is Gone is the second studio album by American rock band, Dommin, released on February 2, 2010 in the United States and February 15, 2010 in the United Kingdom. Although it is their debut album under the Roadrunner Records label, Mend Your Misery, released four years prior, is their debut studio album overall. Six of the twelve tracks from Mend Your Misery were re-released on Love is Gone; all of them, including their song "My Heart, Your Hands", being re-recorded or remixed for this album.
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Alberto Barrero with some nice classic chorus tones on the Atlantic Chorus. Alberto Barrero give it his best on this cool video demo of the Panama. Simon Gotthelf made us this take on the new Carl Martin Comp/Limiter. Ok folks this is it, this is the real deal, this is Simon Gotthelfs take on Carls new pedal the Panama. It’s a great demo, it’s a great pedal, folks please help Simon and Carl spread the word.
Martin then casts her observant eye on the way textbooks describe sperm production and ejaculation. She finds not a whisper of information that the ejaculate is composed of shedded cells or any discussion of the processes of deterioration and renewal in the male reproductive system. Instead, there is much celebration of the remarkable male reproductive physiology.