The first time on the open road with Dad's beat-up clunker and a brand-new driver's lecense. That first kiss. Practicing Steve Tyler moves in the garage. Lazy summer days with nothing to do but hang out with a group of friends and the radio. Classic Rock. In Classic Rock Stories, classic rockers reveal the sometimes painful, sometimes accidental, and often hilarious process of creating the songs that you can still sing aloud. In their own words, rockers like Pete Townshend, John Lennon, Stevie Nicks, Elton John, and Keith Richards tell about the drugs, the pain, the love gone bad, and the accidents that resulted in the hits.
There has been no more influential or enduring force in the history of progressive rock music than Yes. From their hit songs "Roundabout" and "Owner of a Lonely Heart" to classic albums like Fragile, Close to the Edge and 90125, Yes has innovated its way inexorably into rock history. And the drama of the band's 30-year history surpasses even that of the music. Rock music critic Scott Robinson turns the history of this most revered band on its ear by telling it in the most irreverent of forms - the limerick.
The wildly entertaining story of progressive rock, the music that ruled the 1970s charts—and has divided listeners ever since. The Show That Never Ends is the definitive story of the extraordinary rise and fall of progressive (“prog”) rock. Epitomized by such classic, chart-topping bands as Yes, Genesis, Pink Floyd, Jethro Tull, and Emerson Lake & Palmer, along with such successors as Rush, Marillion, Asia, Styx, and Porcupine Tree, prog sold hundreds of millions of records. It brought into the mainstream concept albums, spaced-out cover art, crazy time signatures, multitrack recording, and stagecraft so bombastic it was spoofed in the classic movie This Is Spinal Tap. With a vast know...
Our Father...So goeth the Motley Crue song that inspired this theme. Saint. Is it Crue? Is it the Man in Black, Johnny Cash? Is it a movie with Val? Maybe it's a perfect storm combination of all of the above. The Saint theme issue from Ricky's Back Yard contains off the punk goodness that you come to expect from the magazine with a small twist. This Saint packs a punch--namely to Cancer. In fact, all profit goes directly to a cancer charity.
This edition shows nurses why they are doing what they do, rather than just how, for a range of A&E conditions. It has sections that cover potential problem areas, such as paediatrics and treating the mentally ill A&E patient. A basic A&P section is included so even the most experienced nurse can refresh their knowledge.