Fremont John Releases TimelineWritten by Keith "MuzikMan" Hannaleck
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Margaret Ashton, Artist Manager Aim High Music Group 3510 Jaffa Drive, Sarasota, FL 34239 Telephone: 941-952-5060 E-Mail: email@example.com Website: http://www.fremontjohn.com
Sarasota, Florida--June 13, 2005--Fremont John’s music is called acoustic thunder, and for a very good reason. His new release Timeline is a powerful musical statement, featuring spine tingling melodies and lyrics that cut like a knife. With nearly 20 years of classical piano training and an equal amount of time on trombone, John is no stranger to playing a multitude of instruments. His chosen instruments on his new release are guitar and his incredible voice to accompany his acoustic journeys, which makes his music authoritative and convincing.
Timeline features scorchers like “Jericho’s Wall,” which kicks things off creating strong imagery of battles won and lost. This man can belt out a song, when he sings “Forgive Me” you can tell he is playing for keeps, and on “No Pity On Me,” some twangy slide guitar that is blues and country from head to toe, are one of many atmospheres set to his poignant lyrical prose.
Movies – Watch What You Want, When You WantWritten by Rickia Sanders
Movies are a tremendous source of entertainment for most people. The reason? It’s probably because even people who have little in common can find a movie to enjoy together.
The moviemakers apparently understood need to create films that appeal to a wide audience. Otherwise, good guy wouldn’t take time out in his pursuit of bad guys to kiss girl. The girl wouldn’t get herself in a wreck that required a heroic rescue before she got her guy. And – perhaps most obvious example of all – cartoons wouldn't have such great humor that appeals to adults almost as much as children.
Technology has played an important role in broadening appeal of most movies to encompass a wider audience. Consider movies of a half-century ago. There were spacemen on Earth and earthlings in space, but scenes were usually very plain and almost everything was left to imagination of view. Today, vistas are bigger than life, futuristic scenes are more incredible than average imagination could have conjured on its own and stunts are unbelievable – because they are humanly impossible.
But even when we’re watching a stunt that can’t possibly have happened in real life, we’re awed and amazed and can’t wait to see it again. And again. And that’s beauty of movie experience today. Not only are there thousands upon thousands of movies to watch, many are available to buy, rent or download onto your PC. You can watch them as often as you want, shelve them for awhile and watch them again.