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Fri Mar 21 17:15:03 2014 UTClccn-n910722090.06Celebration of stars children's music by Grammy celebrated artists0.161.00Don Sturkey photographic materials,85581957Rita_Coolidgen 910722092987022lccn-no94021892PBS Home Videolccn-n2003108704Idaho Public Televisionlccn-n79040147Sacagawealccn-n86025046Idanha Films (Firm)np-joyce, loriJoyce, Lorilccn-no2009061303Moreno, Alberto(Alberto E.)lccn-n91077450Kristofferson, Krisprfcmplccn-n50041096Jones, Tom1940-sngprfvoclccn-n84016462Taj Mahal(Musician)prflccn-no2012139107Morse, BobbyprfCoolidge, RitaHistoryBiographyDramaJuvenile worksRock musicMusicTelevision programsTelevision specialsPopular musicMotion picture musicRock musicPopular musicShoshoni womenSacagaweaShoshoni IndiansLewis and Clark ExpeditionChildren's songsSelf-relianceInterpersonal relationsSelf-esteem in childrenUnited StatesMotion picture music--ExcerptsSki resortsTourismIndian business enterprisesBond, James (Fictitious character)Self-perception in childrenBlues (Music)Methamphetamine abuseMethamphetamineChildren's literatureSongsAmerican poetryShort storiesChildren of drug addictsDrug addictionChild developmentColoradoSkis and skiingBachelorsGuitar music (Rock)Indians of North AmericaStereotypes (Social psychology)Motion picture musicTennesseeCocker, JoeGreat BritainEnglandFolk musicMistaken identityIndividualitySelf-acceptanceSelf-consciousness (Sensitivity)Autonomy (Psychology)Coolidge, RitaChildren's storiesBenoit, DavidGreen Day (Musical group)Caesar, Shirley,Def Leppard (Musical group)194419671969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220135246273465BF592.7.S123ocn299611294ocn050630625ocn043589295ocn003453509ocn004326928ocn798364080ocn062416897ocn004153130ocn005259355ocn035296534ocn042533404ocn040680597ocn057052813ocn765438264ocn765938831ocn658993011ocn762672483ocn659034197ocn764691026ocn765509321ocn765308786ocn764694618ocn661050688ocn780944478ocn6625054717959ocn055135538visu20030.20The journey of SacagaweaHistoryBiographyDocumentary television programsThis film documents Sacagawea's importance on the Lewis and Clark Expedition+-+72504184253245626ocn048458257visu19830.07Free to be-- you and meJuvenile worksFictionDramaTelevision specialsTelevision programsA journey into the endless possibilities of life. Rich with positive, life-enhancing messages that focus on growth and change. Positive messages of self-esteem are illustrated through a series of live action and animations shorts through songs, stories and laughter. Explores children's dreams and concerns, as well as their fears and fantasies2991ocn071381175visu20060.17Christmas in the cloudsDramaRay has just returned from college to run a Native American ski lodge. The lodge is a laid back place where the employees' children play in the lobby and the handyman has a habit of hitting on the guests. The lodge is not exactly four-star travel guide material. When Ray learns that a travel guide representative is coming to make an inspection, he decides to make the lodge a professional place of business. Ray has to contend with his somewhat eccentric staff, which includes an emotional vegetarian chef who takes a certain pleasure in informing his diners of the names he has given the animals they are about to eat. Despite Ray's exhaustive preparations, something goes wrong. A case of mistaken identity has the real travel guide representative dealing with a hefty dose of hotel mismanagement2385ocn191882837visu20060.23Crank darkness on the edge of townDocumentary television programsMethamphetamine, also called "crank" counts more users than cocaine and heroin combined. Meth leaves in its wake: addiction, crime, burn victims, neglected children, and toxic properties. This program measures meth's shocking impact on one Tennessee town, examining the deadly drug phenomenon, the legislation aimed at controlling the sale of meth-precursor cold medicines, and the hard lessons families learn about addiction+-+13484184253242301ocn299611294rcrd20080.06Celebration of stars children's music by Grammy celebrated artistsChildren's songsPopular musicFrom rock and world music to country and jazz, some of Grammy's most recognized artists create an introduction to a wide array of genres with kid-friendly tracks. Featured artists include AC/DC lead singer Brian Johnson, Buckwheat Zydeco, Faith Hill, and Taj Mahal21612ocn037466895rcrd19970.19Walela (Musical group)WalelaMusic2111ocn050630625rcrd20020.14The best of Bond-- James Bond1483ocn057204064visu20040.12Carey, JimCopper mountain a Club Med experienceFictionDramaTwo carefree bachelors are on a mission to seek out beautiful women while on their Club Med ski vacation. Bobby, a hilarious jokester, and Jackson, a playboy who thinks he can ski worthy of a championship, find themselves in real adventures while they also unexpectedly find themselves1319ocn043589295rcrd19710.19Coolidge, RitaRita Coolidge1113ocn060932430rcrd20050.16Coolidge, RitaAnd so is love1093ocn062416897rcrd19700.24Cocker, JoeMad dogs and EnglishmenMotion picture musicPopular musicRock musicMad Dogs and Englishmen is Joe Cocker's 1970 live album, featuring a fusion of rock and soul. The album title is drawn from the 1931 Noël Coward song of the same name982ocn812481693rcrd20120.13Best of Bond-- James Bond 50 years - 50 tracksMusicThe expanded 2-disc anniversary compilation features 50 tracks (to celebrate 50The expanded 2-disc anniversary compilation features 50 tracks (to celebrate 50 years of Bond) from all 22 007 films including music by the John Barry Orchestra and Shirley Bassey9411ocn019945095rcrd19700.17Clapton, EricEric ClaptonFeatures unreleased material and outtakes from Eric Clapton's 1970 self titled album7913ocn018619509rcrd19800.18Coolidge, RitaGreatest hits797ocn003453509rcrd19770.27Coolidge, RitaAnytime-- anywhere744ocn062234548visu19710.18Cocker, JoeJoe Cocker Mad dogs & EnglishmenCriticism, interpretation, etcRock music"Mad Dogs and Englishmen" is a celebration of Joe Cocker's magical mystery tour of the United States in 1970. Faced with a booked tour and no band, a group of friends came to his aid, forming an entourage of 42 musicians, singers, wives, girl friends, children and dogs, who set out to create the world's first flying commune. The film follows Cocker and company through airports, bus terminals, motel pools, hotel kitchens, and a picnic, but the point of the film is the music, and the musical scenes offer some of the best filmed rock music since "Woodstock." Along with the behind-the-scenes aspect, director Pierre Adidge has an instinctive feel for the Cocker personality, onstage and off, and when the band finishes an exceptional take, the joy they feel is visible741ocn044094854rcrd19990.06The 15th anniversary sampler celebrating 15 years of the best in children's musicJuvenile works681ocn035899684rcrd19960.06Big blues blues music for kidsSide A : 1. Flying lesson. -- 2. Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah. -- 3. Skip to my blues. -- 4. Candy store blues. -- 5. Pancake man. -- 6. Late for school blues. Side B : 1. Pick a bale o'cotton. -- 2. Funky bluesy ABC's. -- 3. Rainy days blues. -- 4. Waggy tailed dog. -- 5. Fishin' blues. -- 6. There wouldn't be a me673ocn054408985rcrd20040.17Coolidge, RitaDelta lady the Rita Coolidge anthology623ocn004326928rcrd19780.28Coolidge, RitaLove me again151ocn527366136book20030.33Contemporary musicians. profiles of the people in musicBiographyProvides comprehensive information on musicians and groups from around the world. Entries include a detailed biographical essay, selected discographies, contact information, and a list of sources+-+K40811232511ocn024038856mix1.00Milosevich, PaulPapersExhibition catalogsIncludes correspondence, financial and legal material, printed material and literary productions. Collection bulks with two literary productions by Milosevich and printed material pertaining to Milosevich's art show and exhibitions11ocn429920619mix1.00Sturkey, DonDon Sturkey photographic materialsHistoryPhotographsThis collection comprises the photographic materials made by Don Sturkey from 1951 to 1989, the majority of which he produced in his capacity as staff photographer for the "Charlotte Observer" (1955-1989). Primarily depicted are local news and sports events covered by Sturkey. He captured numerous images portraying the tense racial climate of the time, including Ku Klux Klan meetings and rallies; blacks and whites picketing segregated establishments; a lottery drawing for school integration in the Charlotte and Mecklenburg County public schools; and Dorothy Counts, the first black student to attend Harding High School in Charlotte in 1957. Also included are many images of the civil rights leaders of the 1950s and 1960s, numerous North Carolina and United States politicians, famous musicians and entertainers, several NASA missions, and the construction of Walt Disney World in 197111ocn041970853score19690.47Weiss, DonnaTurn around and love youPortraits+-+7250418425324+-+7250418425324Fri Mar 21 16:11:38 EDT 2014batch23549