Rock album FISHERsLANDS by PEARLCOPPER to be released this yearWritten by Pascal Croix
This is not another call for recognition 'cause it already came, and will be even louder in next few months and years to come. Let me introduce my band, my sacred legend of Rock'n Roll, or only part of it, since Rock'n Roll is legend...As one. This is called PEARLCOPPER.
Women love PEARLCOPPER. And many Rockstars and Rockers find a leading edge in Him, like Jeff Beck, for example. Any questions? Fast, intelligent, sincere, energetic, honest, outgoing and loud Rock'n Roll hero. And He calls his way...PEARLCOPPER. You can see women hanging out there at bars on Tuesday or Friday night looking also for real music, or at concert at your local music hall or at festival, sitting on grass with friends in company of guys...smoking pot and drinking beer. That's what women want. That's what everyone wants. Stunning and rare onstage PEARLCOPPER live concert is what every women, beside all Rockers, want to see, be part of it all. 'For Rock'n Roll is important cultural movement. It saved society. Drugs, drag and Anarchism were introduced to Rock'n Roll as a fashion; not what Rock'n Roll is.'
One-man Progresive Rock band formed and sustained with musical and visual original creativity by Mark Spiewak.
'But where to start with this voice that created legend of Rock Star's own. Whether on streets of most 'civilized' cities in this fucking world, or on sacred European land, where he visited castles and streets, or in Venice, where his legend was sacrificed in shadow of ancestral light...' (Part of prologue from 'Blood of Rock'n Roll' book which PEARLCOPPER is writting)
How would that be to watch another coming of true legend, then watch and experience my original performance, like watching shaman swaggering about stage with shocking and amazing Rock music filled with apocaliptic sound - sound saturated, overdrived and compressed in linear parts of seconds, then expanding into spectrum of uncommon and deconstructed guitar tones and riffs, ranging from amazing collage of smooth tunes to gut-splitting sound. I deconstruct common guitar tunes and flight. It's like watching soundscape of symphonic elements with apocaliptic sound, rhythm and melody - mostly original, on my own... My idea of Rock, Rock'n Roll and, finally, Hard Rock is to shock, and even disturb audience, and sooth it at certain momentum. It's all filled with passion, rage and faith.(For future of Rock'n Roll, World's Peace and Confidence)
Award Competitions: Route to a Publicity BonanzaWritten by Marcia Yudkin
Inc. magazine is currently in process of judging sites for its annual small business Web award winners. Since I was a judge last year, I thought I'd offer some observations on how and why to enter your Web site for prestigious awards like this.
First, there were less than 800 entrants in six categories. If we eliminate entrants that were clearly not ready for serious consideration (rampant misspellings, garish color schemes, unfunctional links, no business focus), you may have had a one in 50 chance of winning -- and much, much higher odds in certain categories.
Second, it's essential to read entry instructions carefully. Every question or item asked for in instructions is there for a reason, and you run risk of disqualification if you don't provide all requested information.
In case of Inc. awards, some excellent sites were removed from running because they did not answer questions asked in entry procedure. Even after being e-mailed for more information, they still did not address questions. I couldn't tell whether they did this because answers might not have placed them in a favorable light or because they had a cavalier attitude toward judging and thought they could set their own terms for competition.
Third, for a Web site award, make sure you don't schedule a site upgrade during judging period. This happened in more than one instance, believe it or not. A couple of companies that might have won were eliminated from running because their sites weren't available at all during week that judges were viewing finalists. Inc. bent over backwards to give sites a second chance when judges complained they couldn't access some finalists. Even so, this factor knocked a couple of promising candidates out of picture.