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Violeta De Outono - Collection (1986 - 1999)



Violeta De Outono - Collection (1986 - 1999)

Violeta De Outono - Collection (1986 - 1999)
Genre: Progressive Rock / Sympho-Prog | 4CD | MP3 320 kbps | 578 MB

Benny Benassi - Remixes (2004)

Benny Benassi - Remixes (2004)

Benny Benassi - Remixes (2004)
EAC Rip | FLAC (image+.cue) + log + covers | 13 tracks | 450 mb
Genre: House | Label: Odyssey
VA - Enigmatic Fantasies music (2011)



VA - Enigmatic Fantasies music (2011)

VA - Enigmatic Fantasies music (2011)
Genre: Enigmatic, Instrumental | 30 Tracks | MP3 320 kbps | 320 MB

Doctor Who - S16E098 - The Ribos Operation (1978) [DVDRip (XviD)] *FLOTW 3-9 August*
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Doctor Who - S16E098 - The Ribos Operation (1978) [DVDRip (XviD)] *FLOTW 3-9 August*
Language: English
AVI | XviD 1711kbps | 704x528 25fps | MP3 48Khz, stereo 32kbps | 2.38 GB
Genre: TVshow / Scifi

The Doctor is summoned by the mysterious and powerful White Guardian, and sent on a quest to find the six segments of the Key To Time, which, once assembled, will restore balance to the Universe. Joining the Doctor and K9 is the smart and sassy Romana, a Time Lord fresh from the Academy.
Landing on the wintry planet of Ribos to locate the first segment, the TARDIS crew quickly find themselves embroiled in a little local trouble with a pair of conmen and an unstable warlord...
Peacock (2010) BRRip 480p XviD AC3 - Feel-Free
Peacock (2010) BRRip 480p XviD AC3 - Feel-Free
Peacock (2010) BRRip 480p XviD AC3 - Feel-Free
BRRip | avi 1294kbps | 640x360 23.9fps | AC3 448kbps | 90mins | 839.3Mb
Languge: English , Subtitles:Romana
Genre: Drama | Thriller

John Skillpa, a quiet bank clerk living in tiny Peacock, Nebraska, prefers to live an invisible life. This might have to do with Johns secret: he has another personality no one knows about, a woman who each morning does his chores and cooks him breakfast before he starts his day.
Ana Caban - Cardio Pilates (Gaiam) New Link

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Ana Caban - Cardio Pilates (Gaiam) New Link
XVID | English | 624x464| AVI | 29.970 fps 2082 kbps | MP3 128 kbps | 742 MB
Genre: eLearning

Description:
Step it up a notch and get more calorie burning cardio-fitness power from every workout. An invigorating fusion of classic Pilates movements and fat-burning cardio exercise, this DVD delivers the strength conditioning effects Pilates is known for - as well as a results-intensifying, heart-rate boosting cardiovascular workout.Ana Boar - a licensed instructor of Pilates, which studied at the Pilates Studio of New York under the direction of the Master Romana Kryzanowska (which in turn is a protege of the founder of Pilates, Joseph Pilates).
As a passionate lover of the ballet from an early age, Ana was a professional dancer until a back injury put an end to her career. Ana to make ends meet as a dance instructor, while her chiropractor (chiropractor) did not forbid her to move at all. He advised her to begin to engage seriously on the system Pilates. Ana followed his advice and was amazed at how after a relatively short-lived practice of Pilates freed her from the pain and made a rolling her back. Soon she moved to New York to learn the Pilates professional.
VA - Cassagrande - Spanish Chill Ambient Trylogy Vol 1-3 (2004) FLAC
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VA - Cassagrande - Spanish Chill Ambient Trylogy Vol 1-3 (2004) FLAC
EAC rip | 3 Vols | FLAC-tracks - Log - Cue | Release: 2004 | 2.44 GB
Genre: Ambient, Chillout, Downtempo
Photoshop Resources & Tutorials Pack 1-FiLELiST
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Photoshop Resources & Tutorials Pack 1 - FiLELiST | 9.53 GB
Victor Jara - Complete (1997) (4CD Box Set)
Victor Jara - Complete (1997) (4CD Box Set)
Victor Jara - Complete (1997) (4CD Box Set)
Label: Plane | 4CD | MP3 320 kbps | ~ 690 MB
Genre: Folk, Nueva Cancion, South American, Singer/Songwriter


Victor Lidio Jara Martinez (September 28, 1932 – September 16, 1973) was a Chilean teacher, theatre director, poet, singer-songwriter, political activist and member of the Communist Party of Chile. A distinguished theatre director, he devoted himself to the development of Chilean theatre, directing a broad array of works from locally produced Chilean plays, to the classics of the world stage, to the experimental work of Ann Jellicoe. Simultaneously he developed in the field of music and played a pivotal role among neo-folkloric artists who established the Nueva Cancion Chilena (New Chilean Song) movement which led to a revolution in the popular music of his country under the Salvador Allende government. Shortly after the Chilean coup of 11 September 1973, he was arrested, tortured and ultimately shot to death with 44 bullet shots by machine gun fire.

The facts of Victor Jara's tragic death are well documented. Arrested in the aftermath of a military coup d'etat, Jara was one of many political prisoners led to the National Football Stadium where many were tortured, beaten, and executed. Although his hands were broken or, as many have claimed, amputated, Jara continued to sing a song supporting the ousted Popular Unity Party. After receiving many brutal blows, Jara stopped singing only when a machine gun fired by a military officer took his life. In the nearly three decades since, Jara's songs and spirit have been celebrated by numerous politically minded folksingers including Pete Seeger and Tom Paxton. Arlo Guthrie set Adrian Mitchell's words to music for the ballad "Victor Jara," recording the song on his album Amigo. Undoubtedly, although Jara's heart may have been forcefully stilled, his music has lived on.

The youngest of four children born to a ploughman (Manuel) and a semi-professional folksinger (Amanda), Jara grew up in severe poverty. Raised on a feudal-like farm, he lived on the bags of flour and occasional fruit that his father earned from his labors. By the age of six or seven, he was already accompanying his father to work in the fields. Family life was extremely difficult as his father increasingly began drinking to escape his woes. When a pot of boiling water fell on his sister, he joined his mother and moved to Santiago, the site of the only hospital equipped to treat his sister's burns. While in Santiago, his mother took a job at a food stand at an open market, but in March 1950, Jara received word that his mother had died from a stroke suffered while she was at work.

For the next three years, he struggled through school while sleeping at the homes of friends. At the age of 15, Jara left school and entered the Redemptist Order in San Bernardo, a small village south of Santiago. His quest to become a priest, however, lasted only a year. In 1952, he left the seminary and enlisted in the Chilean army. The following year, he was dismissed with honors. Jara's interests in theater and music soon became the dominant force in his life. Enrolling in the school of theater at the University of Chile, he studied acting. After completing his degree, he continued on to begin studies in theatrical directing. While at the school, he met his future wife, Joan Turner, a teacher from Great Britain. A turning point in Jara's musical career came when he met Violeta Parra, a traditional folksinger and artist and the owner of a small cafe in Santiago. Taken under Parra's wing, Jara began to sing more and more in the cafe. In 1966, he released his self-titled debut album. Four years later, he left the theater to devote his attention full-time to music.

From the beginning, Jara used his songwriting skills to supply a voice for Chile's working class and peasantry. Strongly supportive of the Communist Party, he was thrilled when Dr. Salvador Allende, the head of the Popular Unity Coalition, became the first socialist to be elected president of a Latin American country. Under Allende's leadership, the Popular Unity Coalition planned to strengthen educational support, increase low-income housing, and furnish free socialized medical care. Jara's dreams began to crumble, however, when on September 11, 1973, a military junta headed by Admiral Toribio Merino and Army General Augusto Pinochet, assisted by the United States via the Central Intelligence Agency, overthrew Allende and launched a brutal coup. Thousands of Popular Unity Coalition leaders and supporters were imprisoned with hundreds being subsequently executed. Jara was working at the State Technical University when it was surrounded by the military. Taken prisoner, he spent five days in a cold, dirty cell without adequate food or water, before being taken to the National Football Stadium. Although he was initially buried in a mass grave, his wife was permitted to provide him with a decent funeral and burial. She later left Chile in secret, taking many unreleased tapes of Jara's songs.
ExpanDrive 2.3.1 Mac OSX
ExpanDrive 2.3.1 Mac OSX
ExpanDrive 2.3.1 | Mac OSX | 9 Mb

ExpanDrive acts just like a USB drive plugged into your Mac. Open, edit, and save files to remote computers from within your favorite programs-even when they are on a server half a world away. ExpanDrive enhances every single application on your computer by transparently connecting it to remote data.