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Vivesco

Vivesco

60s Folk Revival.  FROM THE LATE 1950s through to early 1960s there was a popular revival of folk music both in the UK and the USA (and probably some other countries too). This was the era of the Protest Song, these protest songs (usually performed with just voice and guitar), were intended to inspired the nation and the world against racial segregation, military draft, McCarthyism, blacklists, censorship, the cold war. nuclear war, nuclear fallout, and similar themes. The sentiments…

60s Folk Revival. FROM THE LATE 1950s through to early 1960s there was a popular revival of folk music both in the UK and the USA (and probably some other countries too). This was the era of the Protest Song, these protest songs (usually performed with just voice and guitar), were intended to inspired the nation and the world against racial segregation, military draft, McCarthyism, blacklists, censorship, the cold war. nuclear war, nuclear fallout, and similar themes. The sentiments…

dance walking fitness craze - YouTube

dance walking fitness craze - YouTube

Brian Jones

Brian Jones

Crowdfunding Holland planning for international growth

Crowdfunding Holland planning for international growth

Martin guitar.  Photo by Scott Norris.

Martin guitar. Photo by Scott Norris.

Trish

Trish

Whit Bissell

Whit Bissell

Brian Jones | The Rolling Stones

Brian Jones | The Rolling Stones

Sinéad (pronunciation: /ʃɨˈneɪd/ shi-NADE), is an Irish feminine name with the name meaning of “forever beautiful, pure, free” and “God is gracious” The name is derived from the French Jeanette, which is cognate to the English Janet; both these names trace back to the Old French Jeanne. Further back, these names are derived from the male Hebrew name Johanan, meaning “God is gracious”. The English version of “Sinéad” can be “Jane” or “Jenny”.  This is the name I've chosen for my stratocaster.

Sinéad (pronunciation: /ʃɨˈneɪd/ shi-NADE), is an Irish feminine name with the name meaning of “forever beautiful, pure, free” and “God is gracious” The name is derived from the French Jeanette, which is cognate to the English Janet; both these names trace back to the Old French Jeanne. Further back, these names are derived from the male Hebrew name Johanan, meaning “God is gracious”. The English version of “Sinéad” can be “Jane” or “Jenny”. This is the name I've chosen for my stratocaster.

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