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  • Whoa, Nelly!

    • Brand: Umgd/Geffen
    • ASIN: B00004Z41Q
    • UPC: 600445021723
    • Part No: 6 3 04502172

  • History Day by Day: 366 Voices from the Past

    A compelling day-by-day glimpse of highlights from 2,500 years of human history through 366 quotations.History Day by Day presents an original perspective on over two millennia of human history through 366 quotations, one for each day of the year, including leap years. Each quotation, tied to the anniversary of a significant historical event, captures that moment with the immediacy of an eyewitness or the narrative flair of a chronicler.Every day becomes a window to the past: on March 15, 44 BCE, Julius Caesar falls victim to Brutus and his coconspirators; on May 1, 1851, novelist Charlotte Bront visits London’s Great Exhibition; on June 28, 1919, in the Hall of Mirrors at the Palace of Versailles, broken-spirited German delegates sign the treaty that brings World War I to its fateful conclusion; and on September 11, 2001, people across the globe watch in horror as the Twin Towers topple and change the world forever.History Day by Day embraces a wide range of voices, moods, and mediums, from the powerful to the impoverished, the revolutionary to the reactionary, the joyful to the grief-stricken, and the eyewitness to the diarist. Both engrossing anthology and informative overview of world history, History Day by Day offers readers entertainment and information in equal measure....

    • ASIN: 0500294968
    • Part No: 34323108

  • Nelly Furtado: Loose - The Concert

    NELLY FURTADO - 2006-2007's HIGHEST SELLING FEMALE ARTIST IN THE WORLD PERFORMING ALL HER HITS! BONUS: DVD INCLUDES OVER 30MIN OF NEVER BEFORE SEEN BONUS FOOTAGE! 1. Afraid 2. Say It Right 3. Turn Off The Light 4. Powerless 5. Do It / Wait For You 6. Showtime 7. Crazy 8. In God's Hands 9. Try 10. All Good Things (Come to An End) 11. Give It To Me 12. I'm Like A Bird 13. Glow / Heart Of Glass 14. Forca 15. Promiscuous 16. Party / No Hay Igual 17. Maneater + Concert footage plus 30 minutes of behind-the-scenes documentary

    • Brand: Universal Music
    • ASIN: B000X5KSXQ
    • UPC: 602517509122
    • Part No: 6 5 01750912

  • Rachel Bloom

    • ASIN: B077TM8ZTX

  • Folklore

    • Brand: Umgd/Geffen
    • ASIN: B0000DFZZA
    • UPC: 600445050099
    • Part No: 6 3 04505116

  • Chica da Silva (New Approaches to the Americas)

    Júnia Ferreira Furtado offers a fascinating study of the world of a freed woman of color in a small Brazilian town where itinerant merchants, former slaves, Portuguese administrators, and concubines interact across social and cultural lines. The child of an African slave from the Costa da Mina and a Brazilian military nobleman of Portuguese descent, Chica da Silva won her freedom using social and matrimonial strategies. But the story of Chica da Silva is not merely the personal history of a woman, or the social history of a colonial Brazilian town. Rather, it provides a historical perspective on a woman's agency, the cultural universe she inhabited, and the myths that were created around her in subsequent centuries, as Chica de Silva came to symbolize both an example of racial democracy and the stereotype of licentiousness and sensuality always attributed to the black or mulatta female in the Brazilian popular imagination.

    • Brand: Brand: Cambridge University Press
    • ASIN: 052171155X

  • Nelly Furtado Biography: The Music Sensation´s Life and Career - eBook

    Additional evidence of her eclecticism is located in the instruments she plays (guitar, ukulele, trombone), the languages where she sings (English, Portuguese, Hindi) and the debut album that represents one more dream fulfilled. To be sure, Whoa Nelly! (discharged on DreamWorks Records Sept. 26, 2000) gloats a hybrid sound that is distinctively her very own. The most current chapter in Furtado's story began when, at 18, she leapt onstage to sing at a Toronto talent show for mainly black, female artists. It was there that she satisfied her manager, who also represents multiplatinum Canadian act The Philosopher Kings. Soon thereafter, the Kings' Gerald Eaton and Brian West produced a demo for Furtado. The outcomes were appropriate, however the well-rounded young adult already had plans to go backpacking in Europe, then head residence to study imaginative writing.She however stayed in touch with Eaton and West, who kept insisting she go back to Toronto. Furtado remembers: "I went to see The Philosopher Kings both times they played in Victoria, and both times they said, 'You gotta pertained to Toronto and do some even more demos.' I was, like,' I do not understand. I'm in school, I want to compose, I'm learning to play guitar - blah blah blah.' Then one day Gerald just called and stated, 'You're concerning Toronto.' So I went for two weeks and it was awesome. The 3 of us absolutely clicked. Gerald and Brian are incredible - wise and charismatic and terrific to work with. They created the most positive creative environment you might think of."The product they recorded throughout those treatments ultimately led to Furtado's promotion with DreamWorks Records (where she was signed by AandR exec Beth Halper). Eaton and West (recognized collectively as Track and Field) came on board as production partners.Amongst additional things, Whoa Nelly! is a melding of Furtado's accumulated musical motivation. The singer-songwriter grew up with lots of mainstream pop - Abba, Lionel Ritchie, Madonna, Paula Abdul - however in her formative years, she became obsessed on its urban manifestation. An infatuation with children Kris Kross led to an embrace of very early '90s RandB like New Edition, Bel Biv Devoe, Salt-N-Pepa and Jodeci. Furtado informs: "On my 12th birthday one of my buddies bought me a Mariah Carey tape."

  • Nelly Furtado At Arrivals For 2006 American Music Awards - Arrivals The Shrine Auditorium Los Angeles Ca November 21 2006 Photo By Michael GermanaEverett Collection Celebrity

    Nelly Furtado (Wearing Lace Shoes) At Arrivals For 2006 American Music Awards - Arrivals, The Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, Ca, November 21, 2006. Photo By: Michael Germana/Everett Collection was reproduced on Premium Heavy Stock Paper which captures all of the vivid colors and details of the original.Brand New and Packaged carefully in a oversized protective tube. This item Ships Rolled to insure maximum protection.Print Title: Nelly Furtado (Wearing Lace Shoes) At Arrivals For 2006 American Music Awards - Arrivals, The Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, Ca, November 21, 2006. Photo By: Michael Germana/Everett CollectionProduct Type: Photo Print

  • Victor Furtado

    When I first received a copy of this production, it wasnt long before I had my mandolin out, playing along and trying to learn Furtados original The Ghost on Hippie Hill, a melodic romp in D minor (inspired by the famous camping section of my hometown Mt. Airy Fiddlers Convention) that also sounds like it could just as easily be a Monroe-style mandolin piece as an old time banjo tune. Then it dawned on me--there is scant higher praise that one can give an album from a new artist, than that it inspires you to get out your own instrument and start playing. But there are few musicians more inspiring than Victor Furtado. We are blessed in our world of traditional music with a burgeoning community of young musicians that increases in numbers, talent and proficiency with each passing year. However, rarely do you find an artist at the age of fifteen who has already marched out with his own singular style. If youve heard Victor Furtado play banjo, you never have to wonder who it is when you hear it again. Hailing from the town of Front Royal, Virginia, Victor was born into a large musical family, inspired by older sisters and banjoists Gina and Theresa, he picked up the banjo at age six and never looked back. Influenced by the multi-instrumental Furtado siblings, as well as luminaries Adam Hurt and Chris Coole, Victor began developing an artistry that, as you can hear, serves him as well on hardcore old time frailing (Fly Around My Pretty Little Miss, Chilly Winds, Hangmans Reel, John Browns Dream), as on his more melodic musings (Quince Dillon in High B, Gypsy, Dark Rider, Durangs Hornpipe). The result is a well-balanced mission statement from a bright new artist who has one foot planted solidly in the tradition and the other in his own imagination. Furtado is supported by a perfect storm of musicians for this undertaking, three creative performers who possess in great measure the knowledge of the tradition, the adventurousness of spirit and the dexterity required for such a project: fiddler / producer Nate Leath, guitarist Danny Knicely and bassist Mark Schatz. Listening to these four musicians play together is one of the special joys of life. And at the center of it all is Victor Furtado; an astonishing talent, adding new layers to what the banjo is and can become. -Joseph L. Scott.

  • Nelly Furtado - Unabridged Guide - eBook

    Complete, Unabridged Guide to Nelly Furtado. Get the information you need--fast! This comprehensive guide offers a thorough view of key knowledge and detailed insight. It's all you need. Here's part of the content - you would like to know it all? Delve into this book today!..... : Furtado first gained fame with her debut album, Whoa, Nelly!, and its single I'm Like a Bird, which won a 2001 Juno Award for Single of the Year and a 2002 Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance. ...Loose has become the most successful album of Furtado's career so far, as it reached number one, not only in Canada and the United States, but also several countries worldwide. ... The single Say It Right eventually became Furtado's most successful song worldwide, due to its huge success in Europe and in the United States, where it became her second number-one hit. ... During her pre-teenage to teenage years, Furtado embraced many musical genres, listening heavily to mainstream R&B, hip hop, alternative hip hop, drum and bass, trip hop, world music (including Portuguese fado, Brazilian bossa nova and Indian music), and a variety of others. There is absolutely nothing that isn't thoroughly covered in the book. It is straightforward, and does an excellent job of explaining all about Nelly Furtado in key topics and material. There is no reason to invest in any other materials to learn about Nelly Furtado. You'll understand it all.Inside the Guide: Nelly Furtado, Juno Award, Jump (Flo Rida song), Juanes, James Morrison (singer), Ivete Sangalo, Is Anybody Out There, In God's Hands (song), I'm Like a Bird, Hot-n-Fun, Hey, Man!, Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance, Give It to Me (Timbaland song), Get Ur Freak On, Get Loose Tour, Gerald Eaton, Geffen Records, Fuerte (song), Free the Children, Fotografía, Força, Folklore (Nelly Furtado album), Flo Rida, Explode (song), Esthero, Edicion Limitada en Español, Do It, DJ Earworm, Concert for Diana, Come as You Are Tour, Ching Ching, CSI: NY, Burn in the Spotlight Tour, Bryan Adams, Broken Strings, Brokedown Palace: Music from the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, Brian West (musician), Big Hoops (Bigger the Better), Bajo otra luz, Area Festival, All Good Things (Come to an End), Alex Cuba, 2010 Winter Olympics opening ceremony, ... On the Radio (Remember the Days)

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  • FOLKLORE [NELLY FURTADO] [600445050891]

    FOLKLORE [NELLY FURTADO] [600445050891]