1. Aquarius 2. Sodomy 3. Donna / Hashish 4. Donna 5. Hashish 6. Colored Spade 7. Manchester 8. Abie Baby / Fourscore 9. Abie Baby 10. Fourscore 11. I'm Black / Ain't Got No 12. I'm Black 13. Ain't Got No 14. Air 15. Party Music 16. My Conviction 17. I Got Life 18. Frank Mills 19. Hair 20. L.B.J. 21. Electric Blues / Old Fashioned Melody 22. Electric Blues 23. Old Fashioned Melody 24. More Hare Krishna 25. Where Do I Go 26. Black Boys 27. White Boys 28. Walking In Space 29. Easy To Be Hard 30. 3-5-0-0 31. Good Morning Starshine 32. What A Piece Of Work Is Man 33. Somebody To Love 34. Don't Put It Down 35. The Flesh Failures (Let The Sunshine In)
Disk Number: 1. Song Number: 1. Aquarius (From \Hair\) Song Number: 2. Donna (From \Hair\) Song Number: 3. Hashish (From \Hair\) Song Number: 4. Sodomy (From \Hair\) Song Number: 5. Colored Spade (From \Hair\) Song Number: 6. Manchester England (From \Hair\) Song Number: 7. I'm Black (From \Hair\) Song Number: 8. Ain't Got No (From \Hair\) Song Number: 9. I Believe In Love (From \Hair\) Song More Number: 10. Ain't Got No (Reprise) (From \Hair\) Song Number: 11. Air (From \Hair\) Song Number: 12. Initials (From \Hair\) Song Number: 13. I Got Life (From \Hair\) Song Number: 14. Going Down (From \Hair\) Song Number: 15. Hair (From \Hair\) Song Number: 16. My Conviction (From \Hair\) Song Number: 17. Easy To Be Hard (From \Hair\) Song Number: 18. Don't Put It Down (From \Hair\) Song Number: 19. Frank Mills (From \Hair\) Song Number: 20. Be--In (From \Hair\) Song Number: 21. Where Do I Go (From \Hair\) Song Number: 22. Electric Blues (From \Hair\) Song Number: 23. Manchester England (Reprise) (From \Hair\) Song Number: 24. Black Boys (From \Hair\) Song Number: 25. White Boys (From \Hair\) Song Number: 26. Walking In Space (From \Hair\) Song Number: 27. Abie Baby (From \Hair\) Song Number: 28. Three-Five-Zero-Zero (From \Hair\) Song Number: 29. Song Number: 30. What a Piece of Work Is Man (From \Hair\) Song Number: 31. Good Morning Starshine (From \Hair\) Song Number: 32. The Bed (From \Hair\) Song Number: 33. The Flesh Failures (Let The Sunshine In)
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Disk Number: 1. Song number: 1. Uncloudy Day Song Number: 2. When The Roll Is Called Up Yonder Song Number: 3. Whispering Hope Song Number: 4. There Is A Fountain Song Number: 5. Will The Circle Be Unbroken Song Number: 6. The Troublemaker Song Number: 7. In The Garden Song Number: 8. Where The Soul Never Dies Song Number: 9. Sweet Bye & Bye Song Number: 10. Shall We Gather Song Number: 11. Precious More Memories Song Number: 12. The Troublemaker Song Number: 13. Will The Circle Be Unbroken Song Number: 14. When The Roll Is Called Up Yonder Song Number: 15. Amazing Grace Song Number: 1. Disk Number: 2. Song number: 1. Mom And Dad's Waltz Song Number: 2. Look What Thoughts Will Do Song Number: 3. I Love You A Thousand Ways Song Number: 4. Always Late (With Your Kisses) Song Number: 5. I Want To Be With You Always Song Number: 6. She's Gone, Gone, Gone Song Number: 7. A Little Unfair Song Number: 8. I Never Go Around Mirrors Song Number: 9. That's The Way Love Goes Song Number: 10. Railroad Lady Song Number: 11. If You've Got the Money I've Got The Time Song Number: 1. Disk Number: 3. Song number: 1. Stardust Song Number: 2. Georgia On My Mind Song Number: 3. Blue Skies Song Number: 4. All Of Me Song Number: 5. Unchained Melody Song Number: 6. September Song Number: 8. Song: 7. On The Sunny Side Of The Street Song Number: 9. Moonlight In Vermont Song Number: 10. Don't Get Around Much Anymore Song Number: 11. Someone To Watch Over Me Song Number: 12. Scarlet Ribbons Song Number: 13. I Can See Clearly Now Song Number: 1. Disk Number: 4. Song number: 1. Me And Bobby McGee Song Number: 2. Help Me Make It Through The Night Song Number: 3. The Pilgrim: Chapter 33 Song Number: 4. Why Me Song Number: 5. For The Good Times Song Number: 6. You Show Me Yours (And I'll Show You Mine) Song Number: 7. Loving Her Was Easier (Than Anything I'll Ever Do Again) Song Number: 8. Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down Song Number: 9. Please Don't Tell Me How The Story Ends Song Number: 1. Disk Number: 5. Song number: 1. My Love For The Rose Song Number: 2. Changing Skies Song Number: 3. Tougher Than Leather Song Number: 4. Little Old Fashioned Karma Song Number: 5. Somewhere In Texas (Part I) Song Number: 6. Beer Barrel Polka Song Number: 7. Summer Of Roses Song Number: 8. Somewhere In Texas (Part II) Song Number: 9. My Love For The Rose Song Number: 10. The Convict And The Rose Song Number: 11. Changing Skies Song Number: 12. I Am The Forest Song Number: 13. Nobody Slides, My Friend Song Number: 14. Summer Of Roses/December Day Song Number: 15. Summer Of Roses Song Number: 16. December Day
How to Train As If Your VERY LIFE Depended on Your Degree of REAL Strength, Power and ToughnessMost physical training systems are designed for the domesticated human animal. That is to say, for us humans who live lives of such relative security that we cultivate our strength and power more out of pride and for a sense of accomplishment than out of an absolute need to survive in the wild. The professional athlete hones his body to function well in a sports event-rather than to emerge safe from a life-or-death struggle. And even those in our military and LEO rely more on the security of their weapons and armor than on their own personal, raw power and brute strength to carry the day. There remains one environment where exuding the necessary degree of authoritative strength and power can mean the difference between life or death: the maximum security prison. In maximum security, the predator preys on the weak like we breathe air. Intimidation is the daily currency. You either become a professional victim or you develop that supreme survival strength that signals the predator to stay at bay.Paul Wade spent 19 years in hell holes like San Quentin, Angola and Marion. He entered this world a gangly, terrorized weakling and he graduated to final freedom, pound-for-pound one of the strongest humans on the planet. Paul Wade dedicated his prison life to the cultivation of that supreme survival strength. And ironically, it is in America's prisons that we can find some of the great, lost secrets of how to get immensely powerful and strong. Paul Wade mined these secrets as if his life depended on it-and of course in many ways it did.Finally free, Paul Wade pays his debt to society-not just with the horrors of his years in the hole-but with the greatest gift he could possibly give us: a priceless set of progressions that can take ANYONE who has the will from abject weakling to strength specimen extraordinaire.
How to Bust Free of All Weakness-Using the Lost Secrets of Supreme Survival Strength
Paul Wade has laid out a brilliant 6-set system of 10 progressions which allows you to master these elite levels. And you could be starting at almost any age and in almost in any condition!
Paul Wade has given you the keys-ALL the keys you'll ever need- that will open door after door after door for you in quest for REAL physical accomplishment. Yes, it will be the hardest work you'll ever have to do. And yes, 97% of those who pick up Convict Conditioning, frankly, won't have the guts and the fortitude to make it. But if you make it even half-way through Paul's Progressions, you'll be stronger than almost anyone you encounter.
Though he gets solo above-the-title billing, Will Hay was no more a solo comedian than Groucho Marx. Teamed with sidekicks Moore Marriott and Graham Moffatt the trio formed one of British cinema's greatest comedy gangs. Oh, Mr Porter!, one of their finest vehicles, finds Hay as congenial William Porter, an inept railway worker who is shunted off to the dead-end job of stationmaster in Buggleskelly, Northern Ireland. The delight of the film is in the interplay between Hay and Marriott, the single-toothed dotty old-timer, and Moffatt, the chubby smart kid, as they fail the most basic requirements of their jobs but come up trumps when investigating the ghost of One-Eyed Joe and his haunted mill. --Kim Newman One of Will Hay's brisker comic efforts, 1936's Convict 99 sees Dr Benjamin Twist, Hay's clueless schoolmaster, caught in a case of mistaken identity and invited to head up a prison for especially hard-boiled criminals. It's a typical outtake from Hay's bizarrely lawless universe in which, for all his harrumphing and bluster, he's unable to exercise any sort of discipline whatsoever over the men in his charge. Hay plays exactly the same character from film to film, one so ill-equipped for any situation he's equally suited for all. Whereas Twist is an incompetent who somehow muddles through, Hay the comic actor is a master of timing and double-takes who knows precisely how to create the air of a shambles. --David Stubbs