Audio CDPaco ´´El Niño´´ Machuca legt mit ´´Searching your South Buscando tu Sur¿ ein Album vor, das eine neue Form der Fusion von Jazz-Gitarre mit den Rhythmen des Flamenco entwickelt. Der in Sevilla geborene Gitarrist, Komponist und Arrangeur demonstriert
Searching your South Buscando tu SurAudio-CDvon Paco ´´El Nino´´ MachucaEAN: 4038952000461Erscheinungsjahr: 2013Maße: 141 x 124 x 10 mmAutor: Paco ´´El Nino´´ MachucaMusik-CD, Popmusik, Weltmusik, Rock & Pop, Musik-Cassette, Unterhaltungsmusik, Musi
Erscheinungsdatum: 25.01.2013Medium: Audio-CDTitel: Searching your South Buscando tu SurAutor: Machuca, Paco ´´El Nino´´Verlag: Galileo Music CommunicatiSchlagworte: Weltmusik // Musik-CD // Musik-CassetteRubrik: Musikstilrichtungen // Rock & PopGew
How would you be affected if your mother died giving your life? And how would such a loss affect your children? These questions are the foundation of many issues raised by the author in her search for the missing pieces of a grandmother who in 1905 died giving the author´s mother life. It was a tragedy that seemed to affect multiple generations, the voids in identity and ill-spent guilt flowing from the stream of blood that kept mother from daughter, and then from granddaughter. But it was a search well-spent. The Reverend Roger Mohr, First Unitarian Universalist Church of Detroit, may have said it best. ´´Often the tapestry of family history does not seem to offer us the sort of clarity about who we have become, and why. And sometimes the narrative tells us a story about ourselves that we do not wish to accept.´´ Nancy Owen Nelson´s search resulted in raising more questions about herself, even as it answered questions about her mysterious grandmother. Nonetheless, in the end her journey toward discovery was one of startling self-awareness and connection. No matter whether you feel connected or lost in family, you will be unable to avoid the heartfelt pleasure and pain that comes from the author´s brave attempt to connect three generations of Southern women. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Lee Ann Howlett. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/056343/bk_acx0_056343_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Amy Sedaris meets Woody Allen in an uproarious memoir of self discovery. In her critically acclaimed memoir Dork Whore, Iris Bahr finally lost her virginity in the summer between high school and Brown University. In this book, she’s ready for love a year later - but not much wiser. Through all of her uproarious capers, she tries to reconcile her craving for mindblowing sex with her desire for a meaningful relationship - all in an attempt to become an adult. Sort of. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Iris Bahr. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/011885/bk_adbl_011885_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
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Emily Raboteau’s Searching for Zion takes listeners around the world on an unexpected adventure of faith. Both one woman’s quest for a place to call ´´home´´ and an investigation into a people’s search for the promised land, this landmark work is a trenchant inquiry into contemporary and historical ethnic displacement. At 23, Raboteau traveled to Israel to visit her childhood best friend. While her friend appeared to have found a place to belong, Raboteau couldn’t say the same for herself. As a biracial woman from a country still divided along racial lines, she’d never felt at home in America. But as a reggae fan and the daughter of a historian of African-American religion, Raboteau knew of Zion as a place black people yearned to be. She’d heard about it on Bob Marley’s Exodus and in the speeches of Martin Luther King. She understood it as a metaphor for freedom, a spiritual realm rather than a geographical one. In Israel, the Jewish Zion, she was surprised to discover black Jews. Inspired by their exodus, Raboteau sought out other black communities that had left home in search of a promised land. Her question for them is the same she asks herself: Have you found the home you’re looking for? On her 10-year journey back in time and across the globe, through the Bush years and into the age of Obama, Raboteau wanders through Jamaica, Ethiopia, Ghana, and the Southern United States to explore the complex and contradictory perspectives of ´´black Zionists´´. She talks to Rastafarians and African Hebrew Israelites, Evangelicals and Ethiopian Jews, and Hurricane Katrina transplants from her own family - people who have risked everything in search of territory that is hard to define and harder to inhabit. In Searching for Zion, Raboteau overturns our ideas of place and patriotism, displacement and dispossession, citizenship and country in a disarmingly honest and refreshingly brave take on the pull of the story of e... 1. Language: English. Narrator: Quincy Tyler Bernstine. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/brll/004689/bk_brll_004689_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.