Rock album FISHERsLANDS by PEARLCOPPER to be released this yearWritten by Pascal Croix
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Currently, I'm working on my epic scale debut album 'Sabbath NesT' that includes 'Rhythm of Time' song-Apocaliptic version, from which I created another version of it - Bridge version. Both symphonies are in their way energetic and powerful that contain that apocaliptic grandiose within perspectives of classical music. Moreover, Bridge version gives more insights, and shows more detailed layout of soundscape,by allowing more space and free time between life, or dance of sounds. Both songs gave a background to creation of 'Sabbath River' song which consists of more structural as well as psychedelic and innovative soundscapes, mixed with few common riffs of Rock'n Roll and Classical music which are redefined. A real breakthough. In addition to guitar and synth, there is total flight, life and fire of drums. Whether it's solo drum, accompaniment or drum hurricane, it's all to bring it all together, like all at once... The guitar part and guitar solo part in 'Sabbath River' is one of most creative of all guitars in history of Rock'n Roll, ranging for nearly thirty minutes, crushing into everything there is left - when legend of vision of sound is approaching peak..Swaggering with electric guitar about stage on horse, like black Stallion, then among fans.
Is Rock'n Roll loosing 'Its' identity?
'Making Rock'n Roll alive in shithole of human degradation...Or however you want to call it, whether social or moral meltdown.'
'Gothlieb happend to be inspired by Indian rock-carvings. His lifetime fascination with Theirs and This myth made him convinced that Art is timeless. Another human considered music as timeless. He 'conquered' world by creating his own way in Rock'n Roll, or only part of It - since Rock'n Roll is legend as one...To become alived in younger generations since last wave of It. And It would never be same as with bravest wave of Rock'n Roll...And sacred.' (From 'Blood of Rock'n Roll' book which PEARLCOPPER's writing...It's in ending writing process, and at least, it's for sale.)
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Award Competitions: Route to a Publicity BonanzaWritten by Marcia Yudkin
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Fourth, take your own competence seriously. The sole proprietor category was sorely lacking in quality entrants, and if you had entered a site that was clear, functional, readable, decent-looking and businesslike, you could very well have had an excellent shot to win.
According to Anne Stuart, senior writer for Inc., material about their awards is among most-read stuff at their Web site throughout year, with awesome click-throughs to winning sites. The only cost of entering this sort of competition for such a publicity bonanza is effort required to submit a considered and complete entry.
Adds Dan Janal, author of several books on publicity and founder of PR Leads, "You will get mindshare from judges, who are very important, influential people who could write about your company or tell their audiences in speeches. I know -- I've judged many contests and have found many interesting companies as a result."
Remember this next time you spot an announcement for an award competition. A blue-ribbon credential -- and attention from media and public -- may be closer than you would assume.
Marcia Yudkin is the author of the classic PR guide, Six Steps to Free Publicity, and 10 other books. You can learn more about her new special report, Powerful, Painless Online Publicity, at http://www.yudkin.com/powerpr.htm