How can you search for oldies you want to hear when you've forgotten them?Radio doesn't play a lot of those oldies anymore, even though you would enjoy hearing them again. This audiobook offers you access to over 150 links to YouTube videos for lost or forgotten oldies as well as history about the artists and their songs.Here are some examples of the music history and trivia you'll find in Lost or Forgotten Oldies, Volume 2:Doo-wop, Country, R&B, instrumentals, and novelty records that made the top forty but are now ignored by radio stationsAn oldie they wanted to use on the X-Files that got nixed by the singerA singer who also starred in a low-budget horror filmAn artist who had two one-hit wonders under two different namesA group named after a horseThe sad tale of a singer who had to re-record his first single three timesA singer from a group with multiple hits who can only use their name in 14 Western Pennsylvania countiesA group that got their hits in the late sixties by re-recording their songs from the fiftiesA singer whose biggest hit came while on Rowan and Martin’s laugh-inSeveral hit records that had sequels that completed a storyA rock group that got nowhere until they recorded in JapanA group that was overshadowed when they shared a bill with the CockroachesBuy the audiobook now and start reliving a past you almost completely forgot about! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Dennis J. Baxter. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/178884/bk_acx0_178884_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
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Slowly, but surely, it is becoming a tradition that biannual international conf- enceson VectorMeasuresandIntegration aretakingplace.The?rstmeetingwas held in Valencia (Spain) in 2004 with the respectable total of 35 participants and the second meeting in Sevilla (Spain) in 2006with 50 participants.It became clear at the latter meeting that there was already a broader interest level in the area generally(asitshouldbe).Relatedareasfromoperatortheory,functionalanalysis, Banach (and Fr echet) spaces and lattices, non-commutative integration, function theory, classical and harmonic analysis, mathematical physics, and applied ma- ematics havetraditionallyused methods and techniquesfrom vector measuresand integration theory and, simultaneously, have themselves provided new problems, directions and impetus for the theory of vector measures and integration. So, for the third meeting, held in Eichst att (Germany) in September 2008, a natural and deliberate step was taken to put a larger emphasis on applications andconnectionswith other areasofmathematics.Accordingly,the conferencetitle was modi?ed to Vector Measures, Integration and Applications , which is also re?ected in the title of this volume. Correspondingly, the attendance grew to 84 participants, which illustrates that the area is really thriving. Most importantly, there was also a healthy mixture of oldies and younger researchers in att- dance, coming from 21 countries. In addition, there was a pleasant and interesting combination of abstract theory, concrete applications and open problems. Needless to say, the fourth meeting is already ?xed, it will take place in late 2010 in Murcia (Spain). Thisvolumeconsistsofaselectionofrefereedpapersbasedontalkspresented at the conference. The included papers represent rather well most of the topics covered in the conference.
The Golden Oldies series of the journal General Relativity and Gravitation reprints important papers in general relativity theory that were published 30 or more years ago and are either hard to get hold of, or were originally printed in a language other than English. They play a key part in making these important papers readily accessible today, in the language that has now become the lingua franca of scientific publication. The value of this reprinting is enhanced by an accompanying editorial note for each paper, which briefly explains the significance of the work and where it has subsequently led to, together with a biographical note about the author or authors.This volume presents a selection of 14 rarities among the Golden Oldies grouped in the three categories "Basic results in differential geometry and general relativity,""Discussion of physical effects" and "Basic exact solutions and their interpretation." Researchers in the field will appreciate having these important papers collected in one book for the first time.Reprinted from the journal General Relativity and Gravitation.