David Hess komponierte den Soundtrack für 'Last House on the Left' und seine Arbeit hier enthält einige wirklich schöne Songs, deren Entdeckung für einige im starken Kontrast zu den brutalen Darstellungen von Sadismus und Gewalt stehen kann, für die er bekannt war. Die Tatsache, dass Hess sowohl als Dichter als auch als Monster auftreten konnte, ist ein Beweis für sein Können als Künstler. Der Soundtrack zu Last House On The Left ist eine brillant einzigartige und abwechslungsreiche Mischung aus Farcical Comedy, ergreifender, reflektierender Volksmusik und instrumentalem Experimentalismus, mit dem Ziel die Wirkung des Films zu betonen. One Way Static Records präsentiert nun stolz den kompletten Soundtrack von 1972 zu Wes Cravens Das letzte Haus links , komponiert von David Alexander Hess. Erhältlich als limitierte Vinyl-Farbvariante (100 Exemplare SOLID SILVER Vinyl). EXKLUSIV BEI ZAVVI ERHÄLTLICH. TRACK LISTING SIDE A: 01. Intro/Opening Credits 02. Little Cows Lookin' for Some Grass 03. Wait for the Rain 04. Baddies' Theme (Instrumental) 05. Mari's Birthday Surprise 06. Water Music/Sadie and Krug 07. Phyllis Spills Her Guts 08. Now You're All Alone 09. Ada’s Chickens SIDE B: 10. The Chase 11. Daddy, Put Your Coat of Many Colors On 12. Mayhem Montage 13. Ice Cream Song 14. Urban Snatch 15. Blow Your Brains Out 16. Etude for Chainsaw/Goodbye, Dick 17. Aftermath/End Credits
In the best-selling tradition of The Secret Life of Bees, Liar's Bench is an atmospheric, compulsively listenable tale full of heart and history, set in 1970s Kentucky and exploring civil rights and family secrets. In 1972 on Mudas Summers's 17th birthday, her beloved mama Ella is found hanging from the rafters of their home. Most people in Peckinpaw, Kentucky, assume that Ella's no-good husband did the deed. Others think Ella grew tired of his abuse and did it herself. Muddy is determined to find out for sure either way, especially once she finds strange papers hidden among her mama's possessions. But Peckinpaw keeps its secrets buried deep. Muddy's almost-more-than-friend Bobby Marshall knows that better than most. Though he passes for white, one of his ancestors was Frannie Crow, a slave hanged a century ago on nearby Hark Hill Plantation. Adorning the town square is a seat built from Frannie's gallows; a tribute, a relic - and a caution - it's known as Liar's Bench. The answers Muddy seeks soon lead back to Hark Hill, to hatred and corruption that have echoed through the years, and to lies she must be brave enough to confront at last. Kim Michele Richardson's lush, beautifully written debut is set against a southern backdrop passing uneasily from bigotry and brutality to hope. With its compelling mystery and complex yet relatable heroine, Liar's Bench is a story of first love, raw courage, and truths that won't be denied. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jorjeana Marie. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/blak/007550/bk_blak_007550_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Tuesday Weld (born Susan Ker Weld, August 27, 1943) is an American actress. Weld began her acting career as a child, and progressed to more mature roles during the late 1950s. She won a Golden Globe Award for Most Promising Female Newcomer in 1960. Over the following decade she established a career playing dramatic roles in films. As a featured performer in supporting roles, her work was acknowledged with nominations for a Golden Globe Award for Play It As It Lays (1972), an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for Looking for Mr. Goodbar (1978), an Emmy Award for The Winter of Our Discontent (1983), and a BAFTA for Once Upon a Time in America (1984). Since the end of the 1980s, her acting appearances have been infrequent. Weld was born Susan Ker Weld in New York City. Her father, Lathrop Motley Weld, was a member of the Weld family of Massachusetts, he died in 1947, shortly before her fourth birthday.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Robert Joseph Pastorelli (June 21, 1954 March 8, 2004) was an American actor. He had many roles on TV, in movies, and on the stage, including the seven years he played the portly painter Eldin Bernecky on the television series Murphy Brown. His last role was as an oddball hit man in Be Cool, reuniting him with Michael star John Travolta. Pastorelli died of a heroin overdose in 2004.Pastorelli was born in New Brunswick, New Jersey, the son of Dotty, an artist, and Ledo Pastorelli, an insurance salesman. Pastorelli had Italian heritage. His sister, Gwen Pastorelli, is an opera singer and a real estate agent. He was a 1972 graduate of Edison High School in Edison, New Jersey. A near-fatal car crash on his 19th birthday cost him his dream of boxing professionally.Pastorelli was found dead in his home at Hollywood Hills in 2004, a syringe, a spoon and a plastic bag with white powder were discovered near his body. His death occurred at the time the authorities were reopening the investigation into the March 1999 shooting death of his then-girlfriend, 25-year-old Charemon Jonovich, at their home.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Madoline Thomas (2 January 1890 30 December 1989) was a Welsh actress whose career encompassed stage, film and television roles. Thomas' stage credits included a number of roles with the Royal Shakespeare Company during the 1960s in productions including The Comedy of Errors, Richard II, Richard III, Henry V and Henry VI, Part 2. She also appeared in supporting parts in 13 films between 1945 and 1972, while television credits included shows such as Dixon of Dock Green, Coronation Street, Angels and When the Boat Comes In. Thomas died on 30 December 1989, three days short of her 100th birthday.
Roger P. McAuliffe (July 6, 1938 July 5, 1996), was a Republican member of the Illinois House of Representatives. He served from 1973 until his death in 1996 - a total of 12 consequent terms in the Illinois General Assembly, and was also elected eight times as Republican Ward Committeeman of Chicago's 38th Ward. A member of Chicago's 38th Ward Regular Republican Organization since the late 1950s, he was an Army Veteran who lost the Ward's aldermanic election in 1963. A long-time top Chicago Republican Precinct Captain, McAuliffe succeeded William J. Murray, as 38th Ward Republican Ward Committeeman, in a special organization election (voted on by the 38th Ward's 73 Republican Precinct Captains), following Murray's death in December, 1968. In November, 1972, Roger Philip McAuliffe was elected State Representative for Illinois's 16th Legislative District, he was re-elected to twelve successive two-year terms, prior to his drowning (while fishing in northern Wisconsin) the day before he would have celebrated his 58th birthday.
This Festschrift, published on the occasion of the sixtieth birthday of Yutaka - mamoto ('YY' as he is occasionally casually referred to), contains a collection of articles by friends, colleagues, and former Ph.D. students of YY. They are a tribute to his friendship and his scienti?c vision and oeuvre, which has been a source of inspiration to the authors. Yutaka Yamamoto was born in Kyoto, Japan, on March 29, 1950. He studied applied mathematics and general engineering science at the Department of Applied Mathematics and Physics of Kyoto University, obtaining the B.S. and M.Sc. degrees in 1972 and 1974. His M.Sc. work was done under the supervision of Professor Yoshikazu Sawaragi. In 1974, he went to the Center for Mathematical System T- ory of the University of Florida in Gainesville. He obtained the M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees, both in Mathematics, in 1976 and 1978, under the direction of Professor Rudolf Kalman.
A sizzling drama of desire, avarice and deception set in the American Deep South, Tennessee Williams's Cat on a Hot Tin Roof is published in Penguin Modern Classics.'Big Daddy' Pollitt, the richest cotton planter in the Mississippi Delta, is about to celebrate his sixty-fifth birthday. His two sons have returned home for the occasion: Gooper, his wife and children, Brick, an ageing football hero who has turned to drink, and his feisty wife Maggie. As the hot summer evening unfolds, the veneer of happy family life and Southern gentility gradually slips away as unpleasant truths emerge and greed, lies, jealousy and suppressed sexuality threaten to reach boiling point. Made into a film starring Elizabeth Taylor and Paul Newman, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof is a masterly portrayal of family tensions and individuals trapped in prisons of their own making.Tennessee Williams (1911-1983) was born in Columbus, Mississippi. When his father, a travelling salesman, moved with his family to St Louis some years later, both he and his sister found it impossible to settle down to city life. He entered college during the Depression and left after a couple of years to take a clerical job in a shoe company. He stayed there for two years, spending the evenings writing. He received a Rockefeller Fellowship in 1940 for his play Battle of Angels, and he won the Pulitzer Prize in 1948 and 1955. Among his many other plays Penguin have published The Glass Menagerie (1944), The Rose Tattoo (1951), Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1955), Sweet Bird of Youth (1959), The Night of the Iguana (1961), and Small Craft Warnings (1972).If you enjoyed Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, you might like Williams's The Glass Menagerie, also published in Penguin Modern Classics.'Tennessee Williams will live as long as drama itself ... he is, quite simply, indispensable'Peter Shaffer, author of Equus
OVER A MILLION COPIES SOLDThe cult classic that defined a generation - first UK publication in 47 years'An extraordinary novel ... women will like it and men should read it for the good of their immortal souls' Los Angeles TimesSasha Davis has everything a girl in 1950s suburbia could want: beauty, intelligence and an all-star sports captain boyfriend. All she needs to succeed is to keep her skin clear and her intelligence hidden under her Prom Queen tiara.But when she drops out of college to marry, Sasha soon realises her life has become a fearful countdown to her thirtieth birthday - the year when her beauty will have faded, and life as she knows it will end. As Sasha rebels against her fate, she finds herself experiencing an intellectual and sexual awakening that might be her only chance of outrunning the aging process.First published in 1972, Alix Kates Shulman's landmark novel follows Sasha's coming of age through the sexual double standards, job discrimination and harassment of the 1950s and 60s. Five decades later, it remains a funny and heartbreaking story of a young woman in a man's world.