If you want to know how it feels to be the DJ, to share the music you love with other people, to receive the adulation of packed dancefloors night after night, Rock the Dancefloor will show you exactly what to do to get there. Whether you´re brand-new to DJing or a DJ who wants to finally break out of the bedroom, or you just want to improve your game, the five-step formula in this audiobook will help you become a truly great DJ. This clear and practical guide will enable you to: Understand modern DJ gear in order to avoid expensive mistakesAssemble the best music collection, so you can fill any dancefloorQuickly master all the techniques, so your DJ mixes sound amazingPerform like a pro at any type of gigPromote yourself effectively, for more and better paid bookings 1. Language: English. Narrator: Phil Morse. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/123387/bk_acx0_123387_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
After a lifetime spent in public relations, one-woman dynamo Agatha Raisin struggles to adapt to life in a quiet country village - but she soon finds that there is murder and mayhem aplenty to keep her busy. Among the cases she has to deal with are a poisoned quiche; a vet who has been ´put to sleep´; a hanged horticulturist; a murdered rambler and a curate who meets his Maker somewhat sooner than expected. Then there´s the treasure hunt with a rather nasty prize at the end; the secretive salon owner; the husband who is quite definitely ex; the murder on the dancefloor and the fairies at the bottom of the garden. With all this and handsome neighbour James Lacey to deal with, the ´Columbo of the Cotswolds´ has her hands full! This Complete Radio Drama Collection includes the following stories: The Quiche of Death, The Vicious Vet, The Potted Gardener, The Walkers of Dembley, The Curious Curate, The Buried Treasure, The Wizard of Evesham, The Murderous Marriage, The Terrible Tourist and The Fairies of Fryfam.
DescriptionA collection of 22 popular hits in easy melody line arrangements for all electronic keyboards.Ideal for the beginner, each song has chord symbols, lyrics, suggested registration, rhythm and tempo.Easy-to-follow keyboard diagrams are grouped together at the start of each song and show all the left-hand chord voicings used.SonglistBad Boys [Burke, Alexandra]Beat Again [JLS]Boys And Girls [Lott, Pixie]Evacuate The Dancefloor [Cascada]Fight For This Love [Cole, Cheryl]Happy [Lewis, Leona]Hot N Cold [Perry, Katy]Human [Killers, The]If I Were A Boy [Beyoncé]In For The Kill [La Roux]Issues [Saturdays, The]Just Dance [Lady GaGa]Kids [MGMT]My Life Would Suck Without You [Clarkson, Kelly]Rabbit Heart (Raise It Up) [Florence And The Machine]Remedy [Little Boots]Said It All [Take That]Take A Bow [Rihanna]Take Me Back [Stryder, Tinchy] [Cruz, Taio]The Fear [Allen, Lily]Use Somebody [Kings of Leon]Viva La Vida [Coldplay]
(2010/SUNDAZED) 19 tracks 2000-2010 digipac; A massive dose of dancefloor funk!!! England´s seminal New Mastersounds are at the forefront of an international musical revolution, drawing from a deep well of oldschool R&B, soul, funk and jazz influences to create innovative, forward-thinking new music. This career-spanning collection contains 19 jaw-dropping tracks drawn from the band´s massively influential body of work.
(2016/Ace) 24 tracks 1962-1969 with 12 page booklet. St. Etienne’s Bob Stanley returns to compile a second collection of themed songs for Ace. His previous compilation ´´Songs For The Dog & Duck” (CDCHD 1244) proved popular with St. Etienne fans, who appreciate Bob’s musical taste. All the songs featured here were produced in New York – hence the reference to the Carnegie Deli, 7th Avenue’s purveyor of extremely large sandwiches. The tracks have the high production values of NYC studios and the pop and soul complement each other. Big names abound: Little Anthony, the Chiffons, Irma Thomas, Jay & The Americans and Lesley Gore. Classy obscurities come from the Tradewinds, Marva Josie, Tutti Hill and Junior Lewis. David Coleman, The Groove and Dee Dee Sharp provide retro dancefloor hits. There is one previously unissued girly soul number from Joan Moody. The sound quality is high and the CD is a sumptuous listen. Much-admired writer Bob Stanley provides an entertaining and illuminating sleevenote.