- Performer:The Passenger Pigeons
- Title:So Far...So OK.
- Date of release:November 13, 2007
- Size FLAC version1901 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1374 megabytes
- Size WMA version1403 megabytes
- Formats:AC3 DTS ASF AA VQF MMF
So Far is the fourth album by Crosby, Stills & Nash, their third as Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, and the first compilation album released by the group. Shipping as a gold record and peaking at on the Billboard Top Pop Albums chart, it was the band's third chart-topping album in a row. It has been certified six times platinum by the RIAA, and is the second best-selling album by any configuration of the quartet in tandem after their 1970 studio album, Déjà Vu.
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These new insights, combined with a study of forest ecology, clearly show that these birds were key engineers of forest dynamics. Bringing back the passenger pigeon will restore the dynamic forest regeneration cycles that dozens of presently declining plant and animal species need to thrive, said Novak. Passenger pigeon isn’t simply a model.
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Once there were a billion passenger pigeons So many flew by they darkened the sky But they were clubbed and shot, netted, gassed and burned Until there was nothing left but vines of empty nests. I can't believe how easily A billion birds can disappear. The park is empty now It's so cold out And all the paddle boats Are covered up with snow. Once again it's dark The electric lights snap on But I'm still sitting here Drinking frozen beer. And throwing potato chips Into the white snowdrifts Just in case a bird decides To fly through hinter night.
Although passenger pigeons were the victims of humans, we still don’t understand precisely how a species can decline from billions to none within a period of fifty years. When was that line crossed? A pair of passenger pigeons (Ectopistes migratorius; Linnaeus, 1766).
El material está siendo procesado. Por favor, vuelve más tarde. The passenger pigeon was one of the largest and most beautiful members of the pigeon family. It was about 45cm long, had narrow wings and a long graceful neck. Its tall was 20 cm long and was silvery-white. The head was dark-blue and the neck was gold and green and purple. In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries there were millions of beautiful passenger pigeons in the United States and Canada
CreditsThe Passenger Pigeons - Primary Artist
|1||The Lullaby Song||The Passenger Pigeons||3:12|
|2||Why Not Wednesday?||The Passenger Pigeons||3:33|
|3||Two Struggling Sparrows||The Passenger Pigeons||5:21|
|4||The Ac Song||The Passenger Pigeons||2:31|
|5||Missfortune||The Passenger Pigeons||3:16|
|6||Slow as Snails||The Passenger Pigeons||4:31|
|7||The Punk Song||The Passenger Pigeons||3:07|
|8||A Southern Comfort||The Passenger Pigeons||4:18|
|9||Sometimes a Face||The Passenger Pigeons||4:10|