My name is Sukhwant Singh and for the past 2 months I have extensively researched in depth on MS better known as the Voynich manuscript. I hope, my explanation will lead to resolving the Voynich manuscript once and for all.
But before you laugh or call me crazy, read on and let me explain. The loosening up was obviously far greater and swifter in New Zealand, even if only in some ways and not in others. Needless to say, none of the State radio stations played it. And there were other ways in which the cultural gatekeepers in New Zealand clamped down that would have been unimaginable even in the USSR.
Thus the likes of the Chills, the Clean, the Bats, Aotearoa, etc. By the s in the USSR, rock had become so impregnated in Soviet society that it had been granted recognition by the Communist Party. This meant you would get the opportunity to play in proper concert halls, you would be granted a recording contract, and State radio would even play your recordings in the appropriately allotted timeslots.
More importantly, becoming an Official Band meant that you were recognised by the Communist Party as professional musicians, and you would receive stipends from the State. Unfortunately however, such status was restricted to the lucky few, and the great majority of bands were left out in the cold, being shunned by officialdom, releasing their own material on cassette, playing in small venues, and getting by as best they could.
Here, rock has become so impregnated in society that it has been recognised by the Labour Government. This means you get the opportunity to play in proper concert halls, you get granted a recording contract, and State and private radio will even play your recordings in the appropriately allotted timeslots.
More importantly, gaining mainstream acceptance means that you are recognised by the Labour Government as professional musicians, and you receive stipends from the State in the form of NZ On Air funding, for example. Unfortunately however, such status is restricted to the lucky few, and the great majority of bands are left out in the cold, getting shunned by officialdom, releasing their own material on CD-Rs, playing in small venues, and getting by as best they can.
I arrived at 7. They even included a cover of a song by Bauhaus. It was a friendly atmosphere however, and soon enough the punters had settled in and were enjoying the novel surroundings. Operation Rolling Thunder, from Dunedin, set up next. They are a two-member drums-and-guitar outfit with heavy rolling beats and organic fretwork.
They are one of those Dunedin bands that somehow bring bagpipe music to mind and I mean that in the nicest possible way. City City City from Melbourne got off to a subdued start, having finally managed to attract their drummer back to the living room-cum-stage by yelling out his name. A non-stop set with stop-on-a-dime changes and a steady build-up saved a shaky start.
Seeing a band with two drummers delivering such a powerful punch in the limited confines of that inner-city upstairs flat is something I am never going to forget. There was a bit of a pause as City City City cleared their gear away to make room for Jakob.
The overall logistics of this venue were quite tricky, with it being necessary for audience members to clear the room simply so that gear could be moved out. On two occasions, drummers from different bands were poking around the room looking for cymbals, only to discover they had been stashed in a dark corner behind where I was standing a spot by the fireplace where you had to be careful not to accidentally elbow the tiny mixing desk hidden in the corner beside the open door into the living room.
Jakob, once they had tweaked their pedals and adjusted their drums, delivered a majestic set. Their music is a mixture of dream-like guitar delay and built-up tension and anger that transcends words. Theirs was the loudest set, causing the whole room to vibrate along with, at one point, my nose a weird sensation.
For all that though, the sound was bright and clear, a testament to an economical but effective sound set-up that matched the small scale of the room they were playing in. The whole show was over by 9. Universal, Warners and EMI insiders confirmed that the three firms had stopped sending CDs to the store chain due to its failure to pay its bills.
There is some speculation as to whether Tower Records is on the verge of collapse or is merely in the middle of a major reshuffle that has led to temporary payment difficulties.
This is not the first time the chain has experienced difficulties, having filed for bankruptcy inonly to come out of it less than a month later. Tower originally started in Sacramento inexpanded to other major centres in California in the s, and then nation-wide and overseas. It was a pioneering retailer in the field of recorded music in that it introduced the mega-store concept later used by chains such as HMV and Virgin.
The reason for this was the advent of CDs; units that were cheaper to ship, distribute and retail than LPs.
Over the last few years, Tower Records has faced declining sales as a result of digital downloading and the arrival of a new generation of music consumers who are no longer interested in buying outmoded CDs.Venetic was established to fulfill the service needs of technical companies looking to operate or expand into emerging global markets.
Our experienced engineers and technicians have operated in over 25 countries around the world including the Middle East, Asia, Africa and the Americas. The Venetic inscriptions correspond to the early literacy stages of a civilization and tools like the syllabic punctuation were created to ease the writing process.
It has been thought that writing belonged solely to the private sphere, but the Este inscription shows that it could have been otherwise. Linguistic classification.
Venetic is a centum language. The inscriptions use a variety of the Northern Italic alphabet, similar to the Etruscan alphabet.. The exact relationship of Venetic to other Indo-European languages is still being investigated, but the majority of scholars agree that Venetic, aside from Liburnian, was closest to the Italic languages .
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Indeed I was just looking up a little history book the other day and it.