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Norah Jones

Norah Jones, who won eight Grammies alone for her debut album, releases her second CD today, called Feels Like Home. “I studied jazz piano and I always wanted to be like Bill Evans,” says the 24-year-old daughter of Indian sitar guru Ravi Shankar and New York concert producer Sue Jones.

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Croatia travel 4 fun

Should you ever decide to visit the Croatia? No doubt, you should. We have spent splendid holidays in Croatia. It was really one of the best our Croatia vacation. Favorable, typical Mediterranean climate with hot dry summers and mild winters makes you to take pleasure of your resting in full measure at any season. It […]

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Oscar Gold 2007

I’ve never been too big passionate about Hollywood’s movies at all. Surely I’ve seen some of them and sometimes even I liked ones, like movies of David Lynch for example, but however I prefer European author pictures without question. Nevertheless it’s very interesting who deserves to take home Oscar Gold 2007, which pictures got nominated? […]

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Brad Pitt again

One of the sexiest men in Hollywood Brad Pitt owes his acting career to a stripper. The Babel star talked about his strangest job in Hollywood to Newsweek magazine. He revealed that one of his first jobs in Hollywood was driving and escorting…

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Paris is my first Love (part2)

Yellow leaves rustled under our feet in Paris parks. Autumn, which we missed now, had the same smell, as in our childhood, but the romance of one of the most beautiful cities of Europe added a new charm. We traveled about night Paris on a boat, watching lights on both sides of the river. We […]

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Paris is my first Love (part1)

PARIS was the first city that we saw in Europe. And it remained our first love till now. A wonderful feeling of an old aquaintance appeared when we were walking in the streets. Monmart, Yelisey fields, Luxemburg Garden, Triumph Arch, those were names familiar to us from the age when we were reading Hemingway and […]

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Never touched Suzanne Vega.

Unfortunately the vast majority of pop music compositions we are listening through have ability to vanish without a trace immediately after turning-off. Actually there are not too many singers who can make something with our blood, mind, memory, filling us with unexpected emotional experience. I am not passionate about any pop at all, but I […]

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I’m in Love with My Car

“I’m in Love with My Car” is one of Roger Taylor’s most famous singles. So do you? Are you in love with your car? What is the model do you prefer? No doubt the car is inseparable part of our life now. It became something like a part of us, like a part of the […]

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Annie Lenox

Annie Lenox? I think she is great. It means that no matter what your listening preferences may be, her music brings a measurable joy and pleasure, and provides a perfect soundtrack to virtually anything you may choose to do with your time. But first you want just to sit and listen. The pleasures keep revealing […]

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I T A L Y – part 2

We went to the North, stayed in Ciena, then in Piza with its falling tower and reached Florence. In Florence we were shown Dante street, churches and cathedrals, Baptistery with wonderful Heaven Gates with golden frescoes. In Senioria square (parliament) there are statues of David (by Mickelandgelo) and Geracles. Statue of Neptun is near Palacco […]

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