(1) Pink Floyd "Oh By The Way" Studio Album Box Set
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Oh, it's so good to have you home, darling. Isn't it
nice to be with Mama for the holidays? Why are you always checking that
website, sweetie? Why are you so quiet?
Might like ta
Go eat at home
And because of that you might miss
This great deal, we know
You weren't expecting this Pink Floyd Boxed Set
You're full of potatoes and also regret
There's all of the discs, even those that were crap
Maybe you should order one before your long afternoon nap
Mama loves the skating
But doesn't care for Woot
She doesn't know this boxed set
Has the LP Dust Sheets too
Ooo ooo ooo it's got Meddle
Ooo ooo ooo Dark Side too
guess all that turkey has you sort of catatonic, baby. Well, you just
come away from that computer and we can look through the photo album
The pie is cooling on the window
She says it's just too hot to eat
Dessert won't be for like an hour
She has to sit and have a talk with me
Can't she just sit and watch tv?
do you remember that time in Kindergarten you peed your pants on stage?
Oh, it was so adorable! Do you want to watch the video instead of your
Did did did did I make it here in time
Is is is is my order queued in line
Did did did did I get a copy of these albums every album they were clearly influential and impressive and sound good besides
do you really want to waste your money on those rock bands? All those
songs are just about drugs anyway. Remember when you wanted to buy a
football team? Why don't you keep saving for that?
When we grew up in record bins
Certain albums made us grin
We listened to each night right before bed
With massive guitar solos
Or choirs full of kids
Or interesting lyrics with big words that went straight to our heads BUT WHEN I LEFT MY ALBUMS IN THE TRUNK THEY MELTED INTO PLASTIC JUNK I PUT OFF BUYING CD COPIES AND NOW FINALLY HERE THEY ARE
Oooo ooo oooo
Oooo ooo oooo
Oooo ooo oooo
Oooo ooo oooo
Oooo ooo oooo
Oooo ooo oooo
This boxed set it comes with coasters
This boxed set it has it all
No crappy downloads that aren't labeled
Iconic covers one and all
It looks good on The Wall!
that's all you're going to do? Just sit and stare at the computer for
the whole holiday without saying anything? Well, I hope you're happy,
young man. You've ruined Thanksgiving.
Mother do you think they'll ship on time
Mother do you think they'll like my rhymes
Mother do you think we'll get to sell them all?
This visit's moving at a crawl.
Warranty: 1 Year EMI Music
The entire Pink Floyd studio collection featuring 14 titles in one package
11 hours 24 minutes and 25 seconds worth of Pink Floyd music on Compact Disc
Each CD is faithfully reproduced using original artwork - including LP dust sleeves and inserts
Includes 2 limited edition coasters featuring the original box set artwork
Included 20" x 30" limited edition poster only available in this collection
in mini-vinyl reproductions, complete with the posters, postcards and
dust sleeves that accompanied the original records
In the box:
The Piper At The Gates of Dawn
A Saucer Full of Secrets
Ummagumma (2CD - Gatefold)
Atom Heart Mother (Gatefold)
Obscured By Clouds
The Dark Side of The Moon (Gatefold)
Wish You Were Here
The Wall (2CD - Gatefold)
The Final Cut (Gatefold)
A Momentary Lapse of Reason
The Division Bell
2 Limited Edition Coasters
20" x 30" Limited Edition Poster
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There's an old saying about legislation and sausages, often
attributed to Otto von Bismarck--a guy who knew a little something about
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sustainable musicmaking techniques. No, you'll also want to see the
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are churned out one after another, using low-grade raw materials and
generating all kinds of corrosive by-products. (Look up how many tons
of toxic CMAs were released into our environment this year alone and
you'll be shocked.)
You need to understand how this industry
works if you expect to be able to make ethically sound decisions as a
consumer of music in the marketplace. And seriously, the big secret
nasty thing Bismarck was warning us about with sausage is that there's
pig lips, hooves and a**holes in it. The music industry is way, way
grosser. Shoot, there's four a**holes just in Nickleback alone.
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Today, as you think about what you're most thankful for, you're going to lie to yourself. Your thoughts will dwell on your kids, or your cockatiel, or your talent for watercolor, or your collection of GI Joes in the original packaging. And no doubt those things mean a lot to you. But it's not impossible to go a day or two without them, is it? Spare a thanks or two for the one indispensable daily element in your life: your morning coffee.
There's no better way to give this ritual the reverent gratitude it deserves than with this five-pack of coffees from the Thanksgiving Coffee Company. It's not just the name. It's the transcendent flavor that comes from their 36 years of experience in artisan coffee roasting. As back-to-the-land hippies in search of the perfect cup, founders Paul and Joan Katzeff pioneered the very idea of specialty coffee in the United States in 1972. Thanksgiving was the first specialty roaster to sell through a major chain (Safeway, in 1978) and a founding member of the Specialty Coffee Association of America in 1983.
And Paul and Joan continue to show their gratitude in turn, working every day to have a positive effect on the people and ecosystems that give birth to their coffee. The whole fair-trade-coffee bandwagon never would've gotten out of the stable if it weren't for Thanksgiving, which adopted the motto "Not Just A Cup, But A Just Cup" after Paul visited the coffee growers of Nicaragua in 1985. To this end, Thanksgiving has been involved with a host of coffee-related issues, from working with farmers' cooperatives in far-flung locales around the world to reducing the company's emissions and waste right at home on the Mendocino Coast.
But hey, you think. That's all well and good, but when I wake up in the morning I can't drink a cup of good intentions. What about the coffee?
Glad you asked. Let's start with Mirembe Kawomera, which means "Delicious Peace" in the Luganda language spoken in Uganda. Grown high on the slopes of a dormant volcano by a cooperative of Christian, Jewish, and Muslim family farmers, it's pungent and earthy, with notes of dark chocolate, candied nuts, and malt amidst a general toasty sweetness. A dollar from every package is donated to the coop for local community-based projects.
Also from central Africa comes Gorilla Fund Coffee, grown in Rwanda by over 2,000 Hutu and Tutsi farmers. (It sure beats the hell out of poaching or logging.) This medium roast is sweet and rich, with some of the qualities of brown sugar, chocolate syrup, caramel, and cedar. And the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International gets a piece of the action, for their efforts to protect mountain gorillas in Rwanda.
Since it was a trip to Nicaragua that inspired Paul to turn Thanksgiving's mission toward worldwide social justice, it's fitting that this bundle includes a package of Campesino Estate. Grown by Byron Corrales and his cooperative on a small family farm in Aranjuez, Nicaragua, this medium roast has all the right credentials (Certified Organic, Fair Trade, shade-grown, single-origin) and all the right moves (chocolate overtones with hints of cashews and a dried-apricot tart/sweet thing going on). Corrales plants by the moon and fertilizes with help from his own cows. "Our cows are our fertilizer producing machines," he says. "The better diet they have, the better the fertilizer they produce."
Like a certain president-elect we could mention, the Classic Mocha Java has roots in both East Africa (specifically, Ethiopia) and Indonesia (the island of Java, in this case). Unlike him, it combines the blueberry-like taste of the naturally-processed Ethiopian Harrar coffee with the classic Javanese character of a heavy, syrupy body and a mellow, buttery flavor. It goes well with chocolate, vanilla ice cream, or inauguration ceremonies.
But wait - what about when you just want a cup of what Gramma might call "regular coffee"? Thanksgiving can do a Classic French Roast as well as anybody, and better than most. Their idea of a great French roast does not involve taking unsuspecting beans and charring them black. Through fine control of temperature, their roasting process manages to retain a little bit of nutty, caramelized, chocolatey sweetness along with the toasty burnt-caramel flavor you expect from a French roast. Go ahead, dunk your donut in it.
A nondescript shrub. A humble bean. Farmers thousands of miles away who speak a language you don't understand. And a couple of old hippies flying the fairness flag. You owe a lot of thanks for that morning buzz. But enjoying this Thanksgiving Coffee Company Five-Pack will be thanks enough.
12oz resealable vacuum
Roasted in Northern California Coast
12oz. bag Mirembe Kawomera "Delicious Peace" (Vienna Roast, Uganda)
12oz. bag Campesino Estate (Light Roast, Nicaragua)
12oz. bag Gorilla Fund Coffee (Medium Roast, Rwanda)