Thank the Lord for Jon Connor and his continual effort to ensure Hip-Hop has a pulse. While very few do their part to keep the moral foundation of the genre [...]
Jon: WELCOME BACK TO GRUDEN TALK, THE TALK SHOW WHERE WE DISCUSS THE MOST IMPORTANT ISSUES OF THE DAY. BANDLEADER HERM EDWARDS, DID YOU WATCH THE IRON LADY? Herm: I [...] The post GRUDEN TALK: Jon discusses Margaret Thatcher’s Legacy With Lord Ponsonby appeared first on Kissing Suzy Kolber.
Ned's head is on a stick, Jon Snow looks appropriately sad, Cersei is drunk, and Melisandre is still yammering on about the Lord of Light—Game Of Thrones is back tonight! And with it comes more of that special something that places GoT...Show More Summary
A U.S. Senate investigation released last month found that the bank HSBC helped Iranian banks skirt American trade sanctions and Mexican drug lords launder money. They also did business with a Saudi bank tied to the 9/11 — after the attack. The kicker is that not one person is going to jail. Under U.S. Show More Summary
Over the past few years one of the most controversial topics in education reform has been measuring teacher effectiveness with standardized tests. Well, on Tuesday, the Jon Stewart-dubbed "Lord and God of the Algorithm," Nate Silver, participated in a Reddit AMA and the top question tackled the issue head-on. Show More Summary
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Get More: Daily Show Full Episodes,Political Humor & Satire Blog,The Daily Show on Facebook That moment we've all been waiting for, Jon Stewart's post-Election 2012 interview of Nate Silver happened on Wednesday night. Show More Summary
Jon Stewart anoints everyone’s favorite election forecasting wizard as the “lord and god of the algorithm” on Wednesday night’s show.
Stephen Colbert is the Lord of the Lord of the Rings. The Colbert Report anchor appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live with his friend and Comedy Central colleague, Jon Stewart, to talk about how their cultural interests define them and to further fuel speculation that Colbert will be making a cameo in The Hobbit: An Unexpected [...]
Since I have two classes to devote to “Lord Snow,” the third episode in the first season of Game of Thrones, I thought I’d divide them between the characters. In this post and the next we’ll hie to the Wall with Jon Snow and Tyrion Lannister; in the final one, we’ll churn through the Dothraki [...]
The conductor Paul Mann, whose performance of the Concerto for Group and Orchestra is released this month, has written a detailed essay on his engagement with its inspirational composer, who died in July. Paul has allowed Slipped Disc to reprint the essay in full. Jon Lord: Concerto for Group and Orchestra A Personal History Paul [...]
The legendary concerto for group and orchestra by Jon Lord of Deep Purple - performed in many concert halls but never recorded in studio – is to be released in October. Jon gave approval to the final mixes before he died last month. Among the players on the June sessions in Liverpool were Guy Pratt (Pink Floyd, Madonna) [...]
A month after Deep Purple founding member Jon Lord died, a tribute to the band’s 1972 album Machine Head has been announced. Re-Machined: A Tribute To Machine Head features Metallica, The Flaming Lips, Iron Maiden, Chickenfoot, Carlos Santana, and members of Red Hot Chili Peppers, Guns N’ Roses, and Def Leppard. Show More Summary
Re-Machined honors Deep Purple's Jon Lord.
Jon Cozart’s video Harry Potter in 99 Seconds has been viewed over 10 million times on YouTube. Today he posted a similar video, Lord of the Rings in 99 Seconds: A couple more of Jon’s videos I’d recommend: Paper Beatbox Fame Frenzy
Final Truckin - The last MK II concert. Live at the Kosei Nenkin Hall, Osaka, Japan; June 29, 1973. Very good audience recording.
Jon Lord, former keyboardist for Deep Purple, passed away today after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 71. Lord is best known among classic rock fans for co-founding Deep Purple in 1968 and co-writing such hits as "SmokeShow More Summary
A pioneer of both progressive rock and heavy metal, keyboardist Jon Lord—best known for his work with Deep Purple—died Monday in London of complications resulting from pancreatic cancer. He was 71. Like many British keyboardists whoShow More Summary
It would be amiss of us not to pay tribute to the legendary Jon Lord, the king of the rock Hammond B-3, who sadly passed away yesterday, aged 71. Here’s a lengthy solo from Jon, followed by the bluesy “When A Blind Man Cries” from a concert in Moscow, 1996. http://youtu.be/BAk-LeWjh8M
Press Release Immediate: Tuesday, 17 July 2012 Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Remembers Deep Purple’s Jon Lord The musicians and staff of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic are deeply saddened to hear of the passing on Monday of Deep Purple’s legendary keyboard player and co-founderJon Lord, following a long illness. Jon c0-wrote many of the [...]