Tuesday, August 31, 2010

All Souled Out [EP] by Pete Rock (CD, Jun-1991, Elek... For Sale

All Souled Out [EP] by Pete Rock (CD, Jun-1991, Elek... For Sale:

Pete Rock CL Smooth All Souled Out EP 1991 cd

Condition: CD VG very light scratches does not affect play
Cover/artwork VG hole punch through front cover and back inlay card

Tracks/songs

1. Good Life
2. Mecca and the Soul Brother
3. Go With the Flow
4. Creator, The
5. All Souled Out
6. Good Life (Group Home Mix)

1991 Elektra Entertainment
Made in USA
Rap Hiphop
UPC 7559611752

Biography    by Jason Ankeny
http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=11:3jfexqrgldde

Rapper, DJ, and producer Pete Rock first emerged in 1991 as one half of a duo with C.L. Smooth, debuting with the All Souled Out EP. A hit LP, Mecca and the Soul Brother, followed before the two went their separate ways in the wake of 1994's The Main Ingredient, with Rock remaining a prolific studio presence prior to the release of his solo debut, Soul Survivor, on Loud/RCA four years later. Dropped from the label, he continued his career as an independent producer, and later signed to Rapster/BBE in 2001 for PeteStrumentals. Two years later, the label released a two-part compilation of mid-'90s LPs with Lost and Found. In 2004, Rock produced the sequel to his debut, Soul Survivor II, with features coming from Pharoahe Monch, Dead Prez, Talib Kweli, and former partner C.L. Smooth. During the next few years, Rock focused on producing for other artists, including Edo G and Ghostface Killah, releasing his next solo album, NY's Finest, in early 2008. 



Monday, August 30, 2010

Jackson County, Missouri Resources

Jackson County, Missouri Resources:

JACKSON COUNTY
(Cities: Blue Springs, Buckner, Grain Valley, Grandview, Greenwood, Independence, Kansas City, Lake Lotawana, Lake Tapawingo, Lee's Summit, Levasy, Lone Jack, Oak Grove, Raytown, Sibley, Sugar Creek, Unity Village)

JUDICIAL

    Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District
    1300 Oak St.
    Kansas City, MO 64106 (816) 889-3600

   16th Judicial Circuit
   Courthouse: 415 East 12th Street
   Kansas City, MO 64106

   Courthouse Annex: 308 West Kansas Avenue
   Independence, MO 64050
                 
LAW ENFORCEMENT
        
   United States Attorney:
     Todd Graves
     400 E. 9th St.
     5th floor
     Kansas City, MO 64106-2149
     (816) 426-3122

            
  Missouri Attorney General's Office:
    Jeremiah W. (Jay) Nixon
    609 Penntower Office Center
    3100 Broadway St.
    Kansas City, MO 64111
    (816) 889-5000
        
  Federal Bureau of Investigation:
   300 U.S. Courthouse
   811 Grand Ave.
   Kansas City, MO 64106
   (816) 691-8200

  Missouri Highway Patrol:
  P.O. Box 158
  Lee's Summit, MO 64063
 (816) 524-1407

  Sheriff:
    Tom Phillips
    3310 NE Rennau Dr.
    Lee's Summit, MO 64064
   (816) 524-4302

 County Jail:
  1300 Cherry St.
  Kansas City, MO 64106
      
Blue Springs Police Dept.:
  Chief Howard L. Brown
  1l0 Smith
  Blue Springs, MO 64015
  (816) 228-0165

Buckner Police Dept.:
  Chief Don Hibdon
 11 West Washington
 Buckner, MO 64016
 (816) 650-3339

               
Grain Valley Police Dept.:
  Chief Gary A. Scherer
  109 West Front
  Grain Valley, MO 64029
  (816) 229-8001

Grandview Police Dept.:
  Chief Richard Schurman
  1200 Main
 Grandview, MO 64030
 (816) 316-4900
              
Greenwood Police Dept.:
  Chief Harry J. Gurin
  709 W. Main
  Greenwood, MO 64034
  (816) 537-6969

Kansas City Int'l Airport Police:
  Chief Alfred C. Lomax
  #1 International Square
  Kansas City, MO 64195-0047
  (816) 243-5215
               
Kansas City Police Dept.:
  Chief Richard D. Easley
 1125 Locust Street
  Kansas City, MO 64106
  816-234-5000

Lake Lotawana Police Dept.:
  Chief G.R. Poletis
  100 Lake Lotawana Road
  Lake Lotawana, MO 64086 (816) 578-4333

             
Lake Tapawingo Police Dept.:
  Chief James D. Ross
  Route 2, Box 135
  Blue Springs, MO 64015
  (816) 229-3722

 Levasy Police Dept.:
   Chief
   City Hall, Box 103 Levasy, MO 64066
   (816) 650-5976

Lone Jack Police Dept.:
  Chief Jeff S. Jewell
  P.O. Box 124
  Lone Jack, MO 64070
  (816) 566-2255

Raytown Police Dept.:
 Chief Larry A. Overfield
 10000 East 59th Str.
 Raytown, MO 64133-3993
 (816) 737-6016

            
Unity Village Police Dept.:
 Chief Charles Westerfield
 350 Hwy
 Unity Village, MO 64065
 (816) 524-3550

Univ. of MO-KC Police Dept.:
 Chief Jerry Garrett
 4825 Troost, Suite 213
 Kansas City, MO 64110
 (816) 235-1515

RESOURCES (includes MoVA members only at present)

Prosecutor-Based Victim Advocate:
 Jackson County Prosecutor's Office
  Megan Carter
  415 E. 12th St.
  Kansas City, MO 64106
  (816) 881-3555

 Rebecca Tillman
 United States Attorney's Office
  Western District
  400 E. 9th St.
  5th floor
  Kansas City, MO 64106
  (816) 426-3122
               
Domestic Violence Resources:
   Newhouse
   P.O. Box 240019
   Kansas City, MO 64124
 (816) 471-5800 (crisis line)
 (816) 474-6446

  Rose Brooks Center
  P.O. Box 10453
  Kansas City, MO 64171
  (816) 861-6100 (crisis line)
  (816) 523-5550

  Hope House
  PO Box 520409
  Independence, MO 64052
  (816) 461-4673 (crisis line)
  (816) 461-4188

Jackson County Family Court:
 James Mooney
 625 E. 26th
 Kansas City, MO 64108
 (816) 435-4818
  e-mail: Jim_R_Mooney@osca.state.mo.us
             
Sexual Assault Resources:

  Metropolitan Organization to Counter
  Sexual Assault (MOCSA)
  3217 Broadway
  Suite 500
  Kansas City, MO 64111
  (816) 931-4527

  Mothers Outraged At Molesters (M.O.M.s)
  P.O. Box 3166
  Independence, MO 64055
  (816) 478-2355
  momskc@momskc.org

Homicide Survivors Resources:
  Parents of Murdered Children
  1013 NW 375 Rd.
  Holden, MO 64040
 (816) 850-4200
 e-mail: KCPOMC@aol.com

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Cafe Europa . Kansas City

Cafe Europa . Kansas City:

Cafe Europa
restaurant bar bakery
Crestwood

Monday - Saturday
Bakery  11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Lunch   11:00 am - 2:30 pm
Dinner    5:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Sunday
Brunch  10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Dinner     5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Telephone: 816-523-1212
323 East 55th Street
Kansas City, MO 64113

Monday, August 23, 2010

malicious prosecution legal definition of malicious prosecution. malicious prosecution synonyms by the Free Online Law Dictionary.

malicious prosecution legal definition of malicious prosecution. malicious prosecution synonyms by the Free Online Law Dictionary.

An action for damages brought by one against whom a civil suit or criminal proceeding has been unsuccessfully commenced without Probable Cause and for a purpose other than that of bringing the alleged offender to justice.



An action for malicious prosecution is the remedy for baseless and malicious litigation. It is not limited to criminal prosecutions but may be brought in response to any baseless and malicious litigation or prosecution, whether criminal or civil. The criminal defendant or civil respondent in a baseless and malicious case may later file this claim in civil court against the parties who took an active role in initiating or encouraging the original case. The defendant in the initial case becomes the plaintiff in the malicious prosecution suit, and the plaintiff or prosecutor in the original case becomes the defendant. In most states the claim must be filed within a year after the end of the original case.


A claim of malicious prosecution is a tort action. A tort action is filed in civil court to recover money damages for certain harm suffered. The plaintiff in a malicious prosecution suit seeks to win money from the respondent as recompense for the various costs associated with having to defend against the baseless and vexatious case.


The public policy that supports the action for malicious prosecution is the discouragement of Vexatious Litigation. This policy must compete against one that favors the freedom of law enforcement officers, judicial officers, and private citizens to participate and assist in the administration of justice.


In most jurisdictions an action for malicious prosecution is governed by the Common Law. This means that the authority to bring the action lies in case law from the courts, not statutes from the legislature. Most legislatures maintain some statutes that give certain persons Immunity from malicious prosecution for certain acts. In Colorado, for example, a merchant, a merchant's employee, or a police officer, who reasonably suspects that a theft has occurred, may detain and question the suspect without fear of liability for slander, false arrest, False Imprisonment, unlawful detention, or malicious prosecution (Colo. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 18-4-407 [West 1996]).

An action for malicious prosecution is distinct from an action for false arrest or false imprisonment. If a person is arrested by a police officer who lacks legal authority for the arrest, the proper remedy is an action for false arrest. If a person is confined against her or his will, the proper remedy is an action for false imprisonment. An action for malicious prosecution is appropriate only when the judicial system has been misused.

Elements of ProofTo win a suit for malicious prosecution, the plaintiff must prove four elements: (1) that the original case was terminated in favor of the plaintiff, (2) that the defendant played an active role in the original case, (3) that the defendant did not have probable cause or reasonable grounds to support the original case, and (4) that the defendant initiated or continued the initial case with an improper purpose. Each of these elements presents a challenge to the plaintiff.

The Original Case Was Terminated in Favor of the Plaintiff The original case must end before the defendant or respondent in that case may file a malicious prosecution suit. This requirement is relatively easy to prove. The original case qualifies as a prosecution if the defendant or respondent had to appear in court. The original case need not have gone to trial: it is enough that the defendant or respondent was forced to answer to a complaint in court. If the original case is being appealed, it is not considered terminated, and the defendant or respondent must wait to file a malicious prosecution suit.

To proceed with a malicious prosecution claim, the plaintiff must show that the original case was concluded in her or his favor. Generally, if the original case was a criminal prosecution, it must have been dismissed by the court, rejected by the Grand Jury, abandoned by the prosecutor, or decided in favor of the accused at trial or on appeal. If the original case was a civil suit, the respondent must have won at trial or the trial court must have disposed of the case in favor of the respondent (now the plaintiff).


If recovery by the plaintiff in a civil action was later reversed on appeal, this does not mean that the action was terminated in favor of the respondent. However, if the plaintiff in the original case won by submitting fabricated evidence or by other fraudulent activity, a reversal on such grounds may be deemed a termination in favor of the respondent. A settlement between the plaintiff and the respondent in a civil suit is not a termination in favor of the respondent. Likewise, courts do not consider a plea bargain in a criminal case to be a termination in favor of the defendant.

The Defendant Played an Active Role in the Original Case In a malicious prosecution suit, the plaintiff must prove that the defendant played an active role in procuring or continuing the original case. The plaintiff must prove that the defendant did more than simply participate in the original case. False testimony alone, for example, does not constitute malicious prosecution. Moreover, witnesses are immune from suit for Defamation, even if they lie on the witness stand. Such is the case because the concept of a fair and free trial requires that witnesses testify without fear of having to defend a defamation suit owing to their testimony.


An action for malicious prosecution focuses on the abuse of legal process, not on defamatory, untruthful statements. If a person helps another person launch a baseless case or takes action to direct or aid such a case, the first person may be held liable for malicious prosecution. The defendant must have been responsible in some way for the institution or continuation of the baseless case. This position of responsibility does not always include criminal prosecutors and civil plaintiffs. For example, if a prosecutor bringing criminal charges is tricked into prosecuting the case by an untruthful third party, the deceiving party is the one who may be found liable for malicious prosecution, not the prosecutor.


The Defendant Did Not Have Probable Cause to Support the Original Case The plaintiff must prove that the person who began or continued the original case did not have probable cause to do so. Generally, this means proving that the person did not have a reasonable belief in the plaintiff's guilt or liability. In examining this element, a court will look at several factors, including the reliability of all sources, the availability of information, the effort required to obtain information, opportunities given to the accused to offer an explanation, the reputation of the accused, and the necessity in the original case for speedy judicial action.



A failure to fully investigate the facts surrounding a case may be sufficient to prove a lack of probable cause. The termination of the original case in favor of the original defendant (now the plaintiff) may help to prove a lack of probable cause, but it may not be decisive on the issue. The plaintiff should present enough facts to allow a reasonable person to infer that the defendant acted without a reasonable belief in the plaintiff's guilt or liability in beginning or continuing the original case.



In a criminal case, an acquittal does not constitute a lack of probable cause. A criminal defendant stands a better chance of proving lack of probable cause if the original case was dismissed by prosecutors, a grand jury, or the court before the case went to trial. The criminal process provides several safeguards against prosecutions that lack probable cause, so a full criminal trial tends to show the presence of probable cause. Civil cases do not have the same safeguards, so a full civil trial does not tend to prove probable cause.



The Defendant Initiated or Continued the Original Case with an Improper Purpose In a malicious prosecution, the plaintiff must prove with specific facts that the defendant instituted or continued the original proceeding with an improper purpose. Sheer ill will constitutes an improper purpose, and it may be proved with facts that show that the defendant resented the plaintiff or wanted somehow to harm the plaintiff. However, the plaintiff does not have to prove that the defendant felt personal malice or hostility toward the plaintiff. Rather, the plaintiff need only show that the defendant was motivated by something other than the purpose of bringing the plaintiff to justice.



Few defendants admit to improper purposes, so improper purpose usually must be inferred from facts and circumstances. If the plaintiff cannot discover any apparent purpose, improper purpose can be inferred from the lack of probable cause.



Hodges v. Gibson Products Co. Hodges v. Gibson Products Co., 811 P.2d 151 (Utah 1991), contained all the elements of a malicious prosecution. According to Chad Crosgrove, the manager of Gibson Discount Center in West Valley, Utah, store money was noticed missing during the afternoon of September 4, 1981. Both Crosgrove and part-time bookkeeper Shauna Hodges had access to the money, and both denied taking it. On September 9 Crosgrove and Gibson officials went to the local police station, where they lodged an accusation of theft against Hodges. Crosgrove was not accused. Hodges was arrested, handcuffed, and taken to jail. After a Preliminary Hearing, she was released on bail and ordered to return for trial on May 12, 1982.



After Hodges was formally charged, an internal audit at Gibson revealed that Crosgrove had embezzled approximately $9,000 in cash and goods from the store. The thefts had occurred over a time period that included September 4, 1981. Gibson still did not charge Crosgrove with theft. Instead, it allowed him to resign with a promise to repay the money.



The night before Hodges's trial was to begin, and almost two months after Crosgrove's Embezzlement was discovered, management at Gibson notified Hodges's prosecutor of Crosgrove's activities. The prosecutor immediately dropped the charges against Hodges. Hodges then filed a suit for malicious prosecution against Gibson and against Crosgrove.



At trial Hodges was able to prove all the elements of malicious prosecution to the jury's satisfaction: (1) She had been subjected to prosecution for theft, and the matter had been terminated in her favor. (2) She had sued the correct parties, because Gibson and Crosgrove were responsible for instituting the original proceedings against her. (3) She had ample evidence that the original prosecution was instituted without probable cause because Gibson failed to investigate Crosgrove until after she had been arrested and because the prosecutor dismissed the charges against her. (4) Finally, there were enough facts for the jury to infer that both Gibson and Crosgrove had acted with improper motive: Gibson had acted with an apparent bias against Hodges, and Crosgrove apparently had accused Hodges for self-preservation. The jury awarded Hodges a total of $88,000 in damages: $77,000 from Gibson, and $11,000 from Crosgrove. The verdict was upheld on appeal.



DamagesThe plaintiff in an action for malicious prosecution can recover money from the defendant for certain harms suffered. Typical injuries include loss of reputation and credit, humiliation, and mental suffering. If the original action was a criminal case, additional harms often include discomfort, injury to health, loss of time, and deprivation of society with family.



If the plaintiff suffered an economic loss directly related to the original action, the plaintiff can also recover the amount lost. This amount includes attorneys' fees and court costs incurred by the plaintiff in defending the original case.



Finally, the plaintiff may recover Punitive Damages. Punitive damages are imposed by judges and juries to punish misconduct by a party. Because an action for malicious prosecution requires proof of improper intent on the part of the defendant, punitive damages commonly are awarded to malicious prosecution plaintiffs who win damages awards.



Other ConsiderationsActions for malicious prosecution must compete against the public interest in allowing parties to pursue cases unfettered by the specter of a retaliatory case. Very few civil or criminal cases result in an action for malicious prosecution. This is because it is difficult to prove that the defendant procured or continued the original case without probable cause and with an improper purpose.



Another difficulty for the plaintiff in an action for malicious prosecution is immunity. Generally, the law protects witnesses, police officers, judges, prosecutors, and lawyers from suit for malicious prosecution. Witnesses are given immunity because justice requires that they testify without fear of reprisals. Law enforcement and judicial officers are given immunity because they must be free to perform their duties without continually defending against malicious prosecution cases.



There are exceptions, however. If a law enforcement or judicial official ventures outside the bounds of official duties to instigate or continue a malicious prosecution, the official may be vulnerable to a malicious prosecution suit. For example, a prosecutor who solicits fabricated testimony to present to a grand jury may be sued for malicious prosecution. The prosecutor would receive only limited immunity in this instance because the solicitation of evidence is an administrative function, not a prosecutorial function (Buckley v. Fitzsimmons, 509 U.S. 259, 113 S. Ct. 2606, 125 L. Ed. 2d 209 [1993]).



Private parties may also at times enjoy immunity from actions for malicious prosecution. For example, a person who complains to a disciplinary committee about an attorney may be immune. This general rule is followed by courts to avoid discouraging the reporting of complaints against attorneys.



Further readings

American Law Institute. Restatement (Second) of Torts, div. 7, ch. 29, topic 2, §§659–661. 1977. St. Paul, Minn.: American Law Institute.



Cooper, David R. 1993. "Attorneys as Plaintiffs: Absolute Immunity for Ethics Complainants Bars Suit by Attorney for Malicious Prosecution (Jarvis v. Drake, 250 Kan. 645, 830 P.2d 23 [1992])." Washburn Law Journal 32.



Linscott, Steven, and Randall L. Frame. 1994. Maximum Security: The True Story of Steven Linscott. Wheaton, Ill.: Crossway Books.



Schillaci., Jacques L. 2002. "Unexamined Premises: Toward Doctrinal Purity in §1983 Malicious Prosecution Doctrine." Northwestern University Law Review 97 (fall).



Sherwood, Carlton. 1991. Inquisition: The Persecution and Prosecution of the Reverend Sun Myung Moon. Washington, D.C.: Regnery Gateway.



Silver, Isidore. 1989. Police Civil Liability: Law and Practice. New York: Matthew Bender.



Toomey, Kate A. 2002. "Practice Pointer: The Rule Against Threatening Criminal Prosecution to Gain an Advantage in a Civil Matter. Utah Bar Journal 15 (December).



Weber, Christopher W. 1994. "The Loss of Consortium-Malicious Prosecution Nexus: No Recovery for Loss of Spousal Consortium Absent Physical Injury and No Recovery for Malicious Prosecution Beyond the Person Prosecuted: Browning Ferris Industries v. Lieck, 881 S.W.2d 288 (Tex. 1994)." Texas Tech Law Review 26.



Zbytowski, Jennifer S. 1995. "The Case Against Section 1983 Immunity for Witnesses Who Conspire with a State Official to Present Perjured Testimony." Michigan Law Review 93.



Cross-references

False Arrest; Malice; Probable Cause; Tort Law.



West's Encyclopedia of American Law, edition 2. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.



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malicious prosecution n. filing a lawsuit with the intention of creating problems for the defendant such as costs, attorneys fees, anguish, or distraction when there is no substantial basis for the suit. If the defendant in the lawsuit wins, and has evidence that the suit was filed out of spite and without any legal or factual foundation, he/she may, in turn, sue for damages against the person who filed the original action. If malice is clearly proved against the party who brought the original suit, punitive damages may be awarded along with special and general damages. In recent cases, courts have ruled that an attorney who knowingly assists a client in filing a worthless lawsuit out of malice or spite may be liable for damages along with the client. The suit by the victim to recover damages for a malicious prosecution cannot be filed until the original law suit is decided in favor of the victim. (See: malice)



Record Count: 1

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Case Number Style Filed/Location Type/Status

416-01913-2009 John Stillwell and Rosie Stillwell, V. KC Music Shop aka KCMusicshop.com aka Kansas City Music and Media aka KCMusicmedia.com, Sarah Stillwell, and Michael Stillwell 05/14/2009

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Register of ActionsCase No. 416-01913-2009John Stillwell and Rosie Stillwell, V. KC Music Shop aka KCMusicshop.com aka Kansas City Music and Media aka KCMusicmedia.com, Sarah Stillwell, and Michael Stillwell §

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Case Type: Other Civil Cases - District

Date Filed: 05/14/2009

Location: 416th District Court

Appeal: 05-10-00496-CV





Party Information Lead Attorneys

Defendant KC Music Shop

Also Known As Kansas City Music and Media

Also Known As KCMusicMedia.com

Also Known As KCMusicshop.com

William C. Dvorak



Retained



972-562-0102(W)



Defendant Stillwell, Michael

William C. Dvorak



Retained



972-562-0102(W)



Defendant Stillwell, Sarah

William C. Dvorak



Retained



972-562-0102(W)



Plaintiff Stillwell, John

Daniel B Chern



Retained



972-569-9900(W)



Plaintiff Stillwell, Rosie

Daniel B Chern



Retained



972-569-9900(W)

Events & Orders of the Court OTHER EVENTS AND HEARINGS

05/14/2009 Plaintiff's Original Petition (OCA)

05/14/2009 Request for Citation

x2, KC Music Shop and Sarah Stillwell


05/14/2009 Citation


KC Music Shop Served 06/23/2009


Returned 07/10/2009



Stillwell, Sarah Unserved Response Received 07/08/2009



05/19/2009 Amended Petition

First



05/19/2009 Request for Citation

Qty,1 for Def. Michael Stillwell



05/29/2009 Citation





Stillwell, Michael Unserved Response Received 07/10/2009



07/08/2009 Response



07/10/2009 Original Answer

with exhibits



08/20/2009 Plaintiff's

Motion for Default Judgment Against Defendant KC Music Shop a/k/a KCMusicShop.com a/k/a Kansas City Music and Media a/k/a KCMusicMedia.com



08/20/2009 Plaintiff's

Motion for Default Judgment Against Defendant Michael Stillwell



08/20/2009 Plaintiff's

Motion for Default Judgment Against Defendant Sarah Stillwell



09/22/2009 Address Change



09/30/2009 Motion for Continuance

Pro Se Request for Continuance



10/08/2009 Hearing (9:00 AM) (Judicial Officer Oldner, Chris)

M/default judgment



10/23/2009 Certified Copy

11/23/2009 Original Answer

Def Michael Stillwells First Amend Spec Appearance Challenging Personal Jurisdiction & First Amend Orig Ans



11/23/2009 Original Answer

Def Sarah Stillwell First Amend Special Appearance Challenging Personal Jurisdiction & First AMend Orig Ans



11/23/2009 Amended Answer

Def KC Music & Media Inc Aka KCMusicmedia.coms First Amend Special Appearance Challenging Personal Jurisdiction & First Amend Orig Ans



12/02/2009 Letter



01/04/2010 Motion

Def Mot Compel Discovery



01/04/2010 Notice

resetting hearing from January 6, 2010 to February 25, 2010

01/22/2010 Motion Hearing (9:00 AM) (Judicial Officer Oldner, Chris)

Defendan'ts M/compel



01/22/2010 General Docket Entry

4295074608 Ct heard Defendants' Discovery Motions. Agreement read into the record.



01/22/2010 General Docket Entry

Agreed Order Granting Defendant's M/Compel Discovery signed.

01/22/2010 Agreed Order

Granting Defendants' Motion to Compel Discovery

02/18/2010 Motion for Continuance



02/24/2010 Response

to Plaintiffs' Motion for Continuance of Hearing



02/25/2010 CANCELED Hearing (9:00 AM) (Judicial Officer Oldner, Chris)

Reset

01/06/2010 Reset by Court to 02/25/2010



02/26/2010 Notice

of use at hearing of self-authenticated documents



03/25/2010 Plaintiff's

Response to Defendants' Amended Special Appearances



03/31/2010 Amended Petition



04/01/2010 Hearing (9:00 AM) (Judicial Officer Oldner, Chris)

special hearing



04/01/2010 Brief

Defendant's Brief in support of First Amended Special Appearance

04/01/2010 General Docket Entry

Hearing on Special Appearance, evidence received, Special Appearance - Granted



04/05/2010 Order

on Defendants' Special Appearance Challenging Personal Jurisdiction

04/26/2010 Appeals - Notice Of Appeal

NOTICE OF ACCELERATED APPEAL



04/26/2010 Request for Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law



04/26/2010 Appeals - emailed NOA to COA

and emailed to Court Reporter

05/03/2010 Letter

to Sue Maienschein



05/03/2010 Appeals - Designation Letter/Req for Record



05/04/2010 Letter

to Sue Maienschein



05/05/2010 Motion to Withdraw

of counsel



05/10/2010 Appeals - Clerk's Record Paid

05/10/2010 Appeals - Clerk's Record - Attorney Copy - Paid

05/10/2010 Appeals - Cover Letter

05/10/2010 Mailed

CLERK'S RECORD TO 5TH COA/DALLAS--0764 8292 & COPY TO DANIEL CHERN

05/10/2010 Order Granted

05/12/2010 Correspondence

Fax from Cindy to William Dvorak dated 5-11-10

05/17/2010 Certified Green Card Returned

5TH COA/DALLAS - 05/12/10

05/25/2010 Appeals - Supplemental Request

to Include Additional Matters in Clerk's Record

05/25/2010 Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law



05/26/2010 Appeals - Clerk's Record Paid

05/26/2010 Appeals - Clerk's Record - Attorney Copy - Paid

05/26/2010 Mailed

SUPPLEMENTAL CLERK'S RECORD TO 5TH COA/DALLAS & COPY TO MR. DVORAK

05/27/2010 Notice of Appearance

Of Dan Chern



06/01/2010 Certified Green Card Returned

5TH COA/DALLAS-05/27/10

06/01/2010 Appeals - Correspondence

NOTICE THAT SUPPLEMENTAL CLERK RECORD FILED-5TH COA/DALLAS

06/09/2010 Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law

Signed by Judge

06/10/2010 Court Admin Correspondence

FAX/Email Rec'd by the Court/fax confirmation to Daniel Chern

06/10/2010 Court Admin Correspondence

FAX/Email Rec'd by the Court/ fax confirmation to William Dvorak

06/11/2010 Request

Second Request to Clerk to Include Additional Matters in Clerk's Record



06/15/2010 Appeals - Clerk's Record Paid

06/16/2010 Mailed

Supplemental Clerk's Record to 5th COA/Dallas

06/22/2010 Certified Green Card Returned

5th COA/Dallas - 06/18/10

06/22/2010 Appeals - Correspondence

Financial Information



Defendant Stillwell, Michael

Total Financial Assessment 22.50

Total Payments and Credits 22.50

Balance Due as of 08/23/2010 0.00



06/15/2010 Transaction Assessment 22.50

06/15/2010 Check Receipt # DC-15940-2010 Dvorak, William C. (22.50)





Plaintiff Stillwell, John

Total Financial Assessment 1,078.00

Total Payments and Credits 1,078.00

Balance Due as of 08/23/2010 0.00



05/14/2009 Transaction Assessment 259.00

05/14/2009 Check Receipt # DC-10520-2009 Chad A Norcross PLLC (259.00)

05/19/2009 Transaction Assessment 8.00

05/19/2009 Cash Receipt # DC-10859-2009 Kricken, Wade (8.00)

10/23/2009 Transaction Assessment 100.00

10/23/2009 Cash Receipt # DC-24243-2009 Stillwell, John (100.00)

04/26/2010 Transaction Assessment 10.00

04/26/2010 E-filing Receipt # DC-10818-2010 Kricken, Wade (10.00)

05/03/2010 Transaction Assessment 10.00

05/03/2010 E-filing Receipt # DC-11538-2010 Chern, Daniel B (10.00)

05/10/2010 Transaction Assessment 568.75

05/10/2010 Check Receipt # DC-12258-2010 HAMMERLE FINLEY (568.75)

05/26/2010 Transaction Assessment 117.25

05/26/2010 Check Receipt # DC-13989-2010 Dvorak, William C. (117.25)

05/27/2010 Transaction Assessment 5.00

05/27/2010 E-filing Receipt # DC-14110-2010 Chern, Daniel B (5.00)

Saturday, August 21, 2010

Albannach st self titled debut celtic 2006 cd - eBay (item 380261269507 end time Sep-19-10 23:10:30 PDT)

Albannach st self titled debut celtic 2006 cd - eBay (item 380261269507 end time Sep-19-10 23:10:30 PDT)

Albannach st self titled debut celtic 2006 cd
Compact disc
Condition: CD VG   Cover art VG

Albannach', our self-titled debut album, was released in early 2006.

The album has been a huge success and has sold many thousands of copies worldwide... it was voted Album Of The Year in the 2006 Celtic Radio Music Awards,   while track 5 'Albacadabra' won the bagpipes category of the awards, and Albannach were also voted Artist Of The Year !

'Albannach' is dedicated to the memory of Margaret Holland, gone but not forgotten.

The album was produced by Andy Malkin and Mick MacNeil of Mix Records.  Cover design by Charles Randolph Bruce.

Track Listing

Track Number     Track Title     Length     Vocals
1     Unleash The Albannach     06:35     None
2     Burlin     03:46     None
3     In Bed With Quinsy     04:12     None
4     Ancestors     03:14     Jacquie Holland
5     Albacadabra     03:45     None
6     Claymores     03:40     Jamesie Johnston
7     Hooligans Holiday     04:19     None
8     The Wanted Man Of Barra     03:44     None
9     Rout Of Moy     04:34     None
10     A'Mhaighdeann Bharrach
- (The Maiden Of Barra)     02:49     Catriona MacNeil
Celtic Radio Album Review

Albannach is a powerful and emotional tribute to the history, culture and heritage of Scotland.

http://www.albannachmusic.com/music/albannach.html

 

Welcome to Music Shops Locally

Welcome to Music Shops Locally:

  * Name Music Shops Locally
  * Location UK
  * Web

  * Bio The Music Shops Locally is one of the premier information resources for finding your own local Music Shops Company in the UK.

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Netbook Fans

Netbook Fans:

* Name Bruce Ruzich
* Location Cleveland
* Web http://netbookfans.info/.
* Bio
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Thursday, August 19, 2010

Jerry's Bait Shop

Jerry's Bait Shop

http://www.jerrysbaitshop.net/

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Lee’s Summit

302 SW Main Street
Lee’s Summit, MO 64063

(816) 525-1871

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Lenexa

13412 Santa Fe Drive
Lenexa, KS 66215

(913) 894-9676

Friday, August 13, 2010

Mickey Gilley All My Best vinyl record lp -

Mickey Gilley All My Best vinyl record lp -:

Mickey Gilley All My Best vinyl record lp
Condition: Record VG Cover VG
No writing,cutouts or tape on labels or cover

Stereo
1982 CBS Inc P16198
CSP A Service of CBS Records
Printed in U.S.A.
Genres: Rock, Blues, Folk, World, & Country, Pop, Stage & Screen


Side 1
1  Room Full Of Roses
2  Faded Love
3  San Antonio Rose
4  I Overlooked An Orchid
5  I'm Movin' On
6  One Has My Name, The Other My Heart
7  It Makes No Difference Now
8  Window Up Above
9  Overnight Sensation

Side 2
1  Bouquet Of Roses
2  I Love You Because
3  Goodnight Irene
4  A Headache Tomorrow (Or A Heartache Tonight)
5  You Don't Know Me
6  Please Love Me Forever
7  I Love You So Much It Hurts
8  More And More
9  Hear Comes The Hurt Again


Woodgrain Die Die Die mp3

Die Die Die
Die Die Die

Godsmack - Crying Like A Bitch Lyrics

Godsmack - Crying Like A Bitch Lyrics:

Strut on by like a king
Telling everybody they know nothing,
And long live what you thought you were,
And time ain't on your side anymore (anymore)

And so you tell me I
Can't take my chances,
But I told you one too many times,
And you were crying like a bitch.

I'm tougher than nails.
I can promise you that.
Step out of line
And you get bitch-slapped back.
And you can run
Your little mouth all day,
But the hand of god
Just smacked you back into yesterday

And so you tell me I
Can't take my chances,
But I told you one too many times,
And you were crying like a bitch.

And you wonder why
No one can stand you,
And there's no denying,
Find More lyrics at www.sweetslyrics.com
You were crying like a bitch.
You were crying like a bitch.

Blinded by
Your sacred faded past times
Only time is your enemy.
Granted a second chance
To prove that your arrogance
Is stronger than you'll ever be.
Is stronger than you can be

Oh, stronger than you can be
Oh, stronger than you can (be)

And so you tell me I
Can't take my chances,
But I told you one too many times,
And you were crying like a bitch.

And you wonder why
No one can stand you,
And there's no denying,
You were crying like a bitch.

You were crying like a bitch.
You were crying like a bitch.
You were crying like a bitch.

Oh, Bitch. 

Godsmack-Crying Like A Bitch (2010 single off of "The Oracle")

Thursday, August 12, 2010

100 Watt Pendant Mount Roughlyte Vaportight new For Sale

100 Watt Pendant Mount Roughlyte Vaportight new For Sale

100 Watt Pendant Mount Roughlyte Vaportight new/nib
crescent lighting stonco picture
Gray metal light fixture measures approximately 12" x 4"
New in the original box.
Instructions included.
Printed on the box:Catalog Number: 2V804
Stonco Supply Division
UPC 786034019224

Grainger
Chicago IL 60648

Crescent Lighting/Stonco shows the following information about this fixture:
Roughlyte Pendant Mount (VP)
Product Features
VP Roughlyte fixtures are for use pendant applications, stems not included.
VP guard against moisture and debris in exterior applications (for globe down mounting only).
Not recommended for hazardous locations.
Top hub tapped 1/2†NPT.
Heat and shock resistant glass.
Sockets are pre-wired with extra long 1/2†stripped leads.
Patented.
rough light vapor tight

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John Mellencamp - Official Website :: Homepage

John Mellencamp - Official Website :: Homepage:

08.11.2010

John Debuts New Album on Tavis Smiley During Week of Exclusive Performances Aug. 16-20
Beginning Monday, August 16th, John Mellencamp will perform each night for a week on PBS’ “Tavis Smiley,” sharing an exclusive preview of his new album No Better Than This with “Smiley” viewers. Mellencamp will also sit down with fellow Hoosier Tavis to explain his musical journey and why he decided to emphasize traditional American folk, country and blues on the album.

Jimmie Spheeris - Isle Of View - LP, Album for sale at Discogs

Jimmie Spheeris - Isle Of View - LP, Album for sale at Discogs:

Friday, August 6, 2010

It is no wonder Americans are getting so fat

It is no wonder Americans are getting so fat. This is nothing more than
a pill popping society that lives on junk food, overly sweetened drinks,
fake food and very little ordinary exercise.
High fructose corn syrup and aspartame are deadly chemicals that help
you gain weight.

Natural exercise is not promoted. Children and women
are told to sit down and shut up all day.  If you feel frustrated as
a result of being coerced into being just like everybody else then
you are told there is something wrong with you for expressing your
anger or depression (which is anger turned inwards upon yourself).

Since it is against the law to be angry and express your stress by
choking the living crap out of some ass hole who so desperately
deserves it, the solution is to take a pill. Drugs are heavily advertised
in the media via television, radio, internet, just about anywhere you
might be. Those little pills that the doctor gives you are not going to fix
the problem. Ass hole people still exist and always will. Taking your
"medicine" is not going to change them. All it is going to do is turn
you into a zombie, half alive one day and dead the next.

Bonanzle Pricing - Bonanzle

Bonanzle Pricing - Bonanzle:

Bonanzle Fees: Simple, and Locked In Through 2010 For Current Users Lock

Here is our pricing, which, if you're signed up and reading this, we guarantee will not increase for you through 2010. We pride ourselves on fees that are more simple and transparent than any other marketplace.
Price to post items for sale (including up to four pictures): FREE.
All prices below are based on the Final Offer Value (FOV). This is the price of your accepted offer, plus any shipping for the offer that exceeds $10. See examples below if you have questions.
Final Offer Value 1Fee
Less than $10$0.50
Less than $50$1
Less than $100$3
Less than $1000$5
$1000 or more$10
1 Whether a buyer wants to buy one or more of your items, they are sold as part of an offer, so our fees are per offer that you accept. Thus, you only pay when you sell items.
We hope you won't miss mathematically complex percentage-based pricing calculations when determining how much it will cost to sell your items.
How do I pay my fees?

Pricing Examples

You negotiate with a buyer to sell five of your items for a total of $30 plus $10 shipping. Your total FOV is $40 - $10 = $30, so your total fee is $1.
A buyer buys three of your items for $95. The total shipping for the offer is $14. Your FOV is $109 - $10 = $99, so your total fee is $3.
You sell one item in an offer for $500. You charge $600 for shipping. Your FOV is $1100 - $10 = $1090. You pay $10.

The Fine Print
  • We may choose to offer optional advanced selling features (for example, the ability to view advanced statistics on your items) at a price in the future. However, any non-free features that we choose to add will be purely optional, that is, you won't have to pay for them to be able to sell on Bonanzle.
  • We reserve the right to lower our prices before 2010 if our costs allow it.
  • For the purposes of computing your FOV, it doesn't matter if you close your offer through negotiation or with "Buy Now"

iOffer: A Place to Buy, Sell & Trade

iOffer: A Place to Buy, Sell & Trade:

Fees & Credits Policy

  • → No charges for buyers
  • → Free Want Ads
  • → Free to search and browse items for sale

For sellers:

  • Free store
  • No listing fees*
  • Free gallery slide show
  • All listing photos are Free
  • Free notices of buyer want ads (buyer alerts)
  • You don't pay unless your item sells!
We charge a Final Value Fee to your account upon the completion of a successful transaction. There are optional charges for premium listing services as shown below. To learn more, visit our Seller Help section.

iOffer Fees

Effective April 16th 2010
Transaction Amount (with shipping)
Final Value Fee (FVF)
Up to $4.99
$0.50*
$5.00 to $9.99
$0.75*
$10.00 to $24.99
$1.25*
$25.00-$99.99
5% of the final sale price*
$100.00-$1499.99
$5.00 + 2.5% of the final sale price over $100.00*
$1500.00 and over
$40.00 + 1.5% of the final sale price over $1500.00*
* additional fees may apply
Learn more
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An additional $7.50 added per transaction
Aircrafts, Boats, Cars & Trucks
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FREE
Swaps (or trades)
$1.00 (flat fee for both swappers)

Seller Fees: We invoice on the 1st of every month only if your balance for seller fees is $2.00 or more. Your card will be charged on the 8th unless you have gone into your account and manually made the payment prior to that date. Fees are due regardless of payments from buyers having been received. Of course for errors, or Non Paying Buyers we do fully refund your seller fees. See File Non Paying Buyer
How do I pay for seller fees? Visit your account page Here. Click the red make payment button (viewable if your balance is $2.00 or more). You may pay by credit card, Paypal, check or money order. Please note: Do Not go to the Paypal site to pay us directly, only payments processed through the ’Make Payment‘ button on your account page will be credited to your account.

Premium Listing Service Fees

Promote your items and store with our premium listing service. All listing enhancements lasts 30 days.
Service Cost

Home Page Featured Feature your item and store on the homepage. It will be rotated with other featured items and stores. $19.95
Category Featured Feature your item and store in the top area of the category listing pages. $9.95
Highlight Your item and store will be highlighted with yellow on category listing pages. $2.00
Bold The title of your item and store will be in boldface type on category listing pages. $1.00
Additional pictures Enhance your listing with additional pictures. All listing pictures are free of charge. FREE

Non-Paying Buyer (NPB) Credit

Remember that you must invoice or email the buyer within 3 days of the close of your sale. You should make every effort to obtain payment from the buyer. You may use our site to contact the buyer and make a formal request for payment by sending a second invoice to the buyer. You can do this from your Items Sold
Please post a message on the item listing to request they pay you or let you know why they did not pay.
You may be entitled to a refund of your Final Value Fee if:
  1. The buyer has not paid for the item
  2. It is more than 21 days and less than 45 days after the close of the transaction
  3. You have sent at least 2 invoices to the buyer through our site
The link to file for a fee refund is on the lower right side of Whole Story page (the links from your rating page) after 21 days.
Your account will be credited with your Final Value Fees from the reported transaction and the unused portion of your premium listing fees (if any). Keep in mind that the buyer's rating will be marked with a permanent Non-Paying Buyer transaction designation. We strongly encourage you to try and resolve any disputes prior to reporting a buyer as Non-Paying. Also, remember to be honest and direct about your comments as you could be held legally responsible for damages to a member’s reputation if a court finds that your remarks constitute libel or defamation.

Zane Falling Down red vinyl rap hiphop dj 12 For Sale

Zane Falling Down red vinyl rap hiphop dj 12 For Sale

Lethal Weapon 2 Soundtrack promo vinyl record lp -

Lethal Weapon 2 Soundtrack promo vinyl record lp -:

Lethal Weapon 2 Soundtrack promo vinyl record lp

Condition:Record VG+ Cover VG+

Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Promotional album

Music performed by George Harrsion, The Beach Boys, Randy Crawford,
Michael Kamen, Eric Clapton and David Sanborn

1989 Warner Bros Records
1-25985

1. Cheer Down [George Harrison]  4:07
2. Still Cruisin' (After All These Years) [Beach Boys] 3:35
3. Knockin' On Heaven's Door [Eric Clapton]  4:58
4. Riggs  5:16
5. The Embassy  5:37

Side 2
1. Riggs And Roger  5:52
2. Leo  3:42
3. Goodnight Rika  4:04
4. The Stilt House 4:20
5. Medley: The Shipyard/Knockin' On Heaven's Door 4:45

This is a 12" vinyl record that plays at 33 1/3 rpm on a turntable/record player

Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66 Equinox 1967 vinyl lp -

Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66 Equinox 1967 vinyl lp -:

Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66 Equinox 1967 vinyl lp
Condition:Record VG+ Cover VG back cover has glue strip, Label Side 1 has sticker on top

Label:A&M Records, A&M Records, A&M Records
Catalog#:SP-4122, SP 4122, A & M 122
Format:Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo

Country:US
Released:1967
Genre:Jazz
Style:Bossa Nova, Soul-Jazz

Tracklist/songs

Side 1
A1   Constant Rain (Chove Chuva)  3:15 
    Written-By - J. Ben* , N. Gimbel* 
A2   Cinnamon And Clove  2:26 
    Written-By - A. Bergman* , J. Mandel* , M. Bergman* 
A3   Watch What Happens  2:44 
    Written-By - M. Legrand* , N. Gimbel* 
A4   For Me  3:21 
    Written-By - Lobo* , Gimbel* 
A5   Bim-Bom  1:52 
    Written-By - J. Gilberto* 

Side 2
B1   Night And Day  3:30 
    Written-By - C. Porter* 
B2   Triste  2:09 
    Written-By - Jobim* 
B3   Gente  1:52 
    Written-By - M. Valle* , P. Valle* , R. Gilbert* 
B4   Wave  2:20 
    Written-By - Jobim* 
B5   So Danco Samba (Jazz 'N' Samba)  1:57 
    Written-By - Jobim* , De Moraes* 

Credits
Bass - Bob Matthews
Design - Peter Whorf Graphics*
Drums - Joao Palma*
Engineer - Bruce Botnick , Larry Levine
Guitar - John Pisano
Liner Notes - Charles Champlin
Percussion - Jose Soares*
Piano, Arranged By - Sergio Mendes*
Producer - Herb Alpert , Jerry Moss
Vocals - Janis Hansen , Lani Hall


This is a 12" vinyl record that plays at 33 1/3 rpm on a turntable/record player

Turntabling » Turntabling Records, Vinyl, Soundtracks and more.

Turntabling » Turntabling Records, Vinyl, Soundtracks and more.:

Kiki Dee Band I've Got The Music In Me lp -

Kiki Dee Band I've Got The Music In Me lp -:
Kiki Dee Band I've Got The Music In Me lp
Condition: Record VG+ Cover VG+ Original inner sleeve with song lyrics VG+

Label:The Rocket Record Company, The Rocket Record Company
Catalog#:MCA-458, MCA 458
Format:Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:US
Released:1974
Genre:Rock
Style:Pop Rock

Tracklist/songs
Side 1
A1 I've Got The Music In Me 5:00
Written-By - Bias Boshell
A2 Someone To Me 3:49
Written-By - Kiki Dee
A3 Step By Step 4:29
Written-By - Bias Boshell
A4 Water 4:07
Written-By - Kiki Dee
A5 Out Of My Head 4:18
Written-By - Jo Partridge

Side 2
B1 Do It Right 6:08
Written-By - Bias Boshell
B2 Little Frozen One 4:36
Written-By - Kiki Dee
B3 Heart And Soul 4:34
Written-By - Bias Boshell
B4 You Need Help 5:49
Written-By - Bias Boshell

This is a 12" vinyl record that plays at 33 1/3 rpm on a turntable/record player



Thursday, August 5, 2010

Kilyen

Dave Dudley On The Road country vinyl lp -

Dave Dudley On The Road country vinyl lp -

Dave Dudley On The Road country vinyl lp


Condition: Record VG+ Cover VG
With Dick Williams
Featuring Link Wray and The Wraymen

Diplomat Records DS 6-68
**Guest Star** Country Western Series GS1449
SPC Newark, N.J. U.S.A.
Stereo

Side 1
1. Wouldn't Wait Around
2. Your Only One
3. Saving Your Kisses
4. Maybe I Do
5. Cryin' For The Moon
Side 2
1. Hillbilly Wolf
2. Darlin' Mine
3. Jade
4. Nursery Rhymes
5. I'm Not Dreaming

This is a 12" vinyl record that plays at 33 1/3 rpm on a turntable/record player.
 

Dead Or Alive I'd Do Anything promo vinyl dj 12" -

Dead Or Alive I'd Do Anything promo vinyl dj 12" -

Dead Or Alive I'd Do Anything promo vinyl dj 12"


Condition: Record VG+ Cover Generic black

Label:Epic
Catalog#:49 04979
Format:Vinyl, 12", Promo
Country:US
Released:1983
Genre:Electronic
Style:Synth-pop
Tracklist
A I'd Do Anything (Megamix) 5:22
Producer - Zeus B. Held

B Give It To Me 3:40
Producer - John Porter

Written By - Wayne Hussey

Credits
Written By - Mike Percy (2) , Pete Burns

Notes
For unexplained reasons, some of these were double A sides, while the rest were as below.

This is a 12" vinyl record that plays at 33 1/3 rpm on a turntable/record player
 

Foghat Night Shift vinyl record lp -

Foghat Night Shift vinyl record lp -

Foghat Night Shift vinyl record lp


Condition: Record VG+ CoverVG

RCA Music Series
R140077
1976 Bearsville Records
BR 6962
Tracks/songs
Side 1
1 Drivin' Wheel 5:11
2 Don't Run Me Down 6:31
3 Burnin' The Midnight Oil 5:36

Side 2
1 Night Shift 5:31
2 Hot Shot Love 3:58
3 Take Me To The River 4:40
4 I'll Be Standing By 5:53

70's rock and roll music

This is a vinyl record 12" in diameter that plays at 33 1/3 rpm on a turntable/record player

Foghat Energized rock vinyl record lp -

Foghat Energized rock vinyl record lp -

Foghat Energized rock vinyl record lp

Condition: Record VG+ Cover VG+

Label:Bearsville
Catalog#:BR 6950
Format:Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:US
Released:1974
Genre:Rock
Style:Rock & Roll, Pop Rock

Tracklist/songs

Side1
A1 Honey Hush 4:19
A2 Step Outside 6:18
A3 Golden Arrow 4:03
A4 Home In My Hand 5:09

Side 2
B1 Wild Cherry 5:27
B2 That'll Be The Day 2:33
B3 Fly By Night 4:47
B4 Nothin' I Won't Do 6:54

Credits
Producer - Tom Dawes

This is a vinyl record 12" in diameter that plays at 33 1/3 RPM on a turntable/record player
 

The Ink Spots Greatest Hits vinyl record lp -

The Ink Spots Greatest Hits vinyl record lp -

The Ink Spots Greatest Hits vinyl record lp


Condition: Record VG+ Cover VG+
Good Music Records Co
MSM 35051
1983 MCA Records

Tracks/songs
Side 1/One
1. If I Didn't Care
2. I'll Get By (As Long As I Have You)
3. The Gypsy
4. It's A Sin To Tell A Lie
5. My Prayer
6. Street Of Dreams
7. I Don't Stand A Ghost Of A Chance
8. Don't Get Around Much Anymore
9. I'll Never Smile Again

Side 2/Two

1. To Each His Own
2. We Three (My Echo, My Shadow And Me)
3. I Don't Want To Set The World On Fire
4. Maybe
5. I Cover The Waterfront
6. Do I Worry?
7. You Were Only Fooling (While I Was Falling In Love)
8. When The Swallows Come
9. Back To Capistrano
10. Always


This is a 12" vinyl record that plays at 33 1/3 rpm on a turntable/record player.

Dead Or Alive I'd Do Anything promo vinyl dj 12 For Sale

Dead Or Alive I'd Do Anything promo vinyl dj 12 For Sale

Dead Or Alive I'd Do Anything promo vinyl dj 12"


Condition: Record VG+ Cover Generic black

Label:Epic
Catalog#:49 04979
Format:Vinyl, 12", Promo
Country:US
Released:1983
Genre:Electronic
Style:Synth-pop

Tracklist
A I'd Do Anything (Megamix) 5:22
Producer - Zeus B. Held

B Give It To Me 3:40

Producer - John Porter
Written By - Wayne Hussey
Credits
Written By - Mike Percy (2) , Pete Burns
Notes
For unexplained reasons, some of these were double A sides, while the rest were as below.

This is a 12" vinyl record that plays at 33 1/3 rpm on a turntable/record player.

Only the World [Single] by Mandisa (CD, May-2007, Sp... - eBay (item 380256807949 end time Sep-03-10 22:53:41 PDT)

Only the World [Single] by Mandisa (CD, May-2007, Sp... - eBay (item 380256807949 end time Sep-03-10 22:53:41 PDT)

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Dance Mix USA, Vol. 7 by Various Artists (CD, Oct-19... - eBay (item 380256798989 end time Sep-03-10 21:16:42 PDT)

Dance Mix USA, Vol. 7 by Various Artists (CD, Oct-19... - eBay (item 380256798989 end time Sep-03-10 21:16:42 PDT)


Track listing
1. Free - Ultra Naté
2. Make the World Go Around - Sandy B
3. Return of the Mack - Mark Morrison
4. Don't Stop Movin' - Livin' Joy
5. De da de da de, La (We Like to Party) - The Outhere Brothers
6. I Like It Like That - Original Latin All-Stars
7. Little Bit of Ecstasy, A - Jocelyn Enriquez
8. Funk Phenomena - Armand Van Helden
9. It Must Be Love - Robin S.
10. I Fell in Love - Rockell
11. Da' Dip - Freak Nasty
12. Be My Lover - La Bouche
13. Don't Speak - Clueless
14. Nightmare - Brainbug

Chronicles of the Garden State * by Benjamins (The) ... - eBay (item 380256798201 end time Sep-03-10 21:10:38 PDT)

Chronicles of the Garden State * by Benjamins (The) ... - eBay (item 380256798201 end time Sep-03-10 21:10:38 PDT)

Live from Austin TX by Delbert McClinton (CD, Jul-20... - eBay (item 380256552523 end time Sep-02-10 23:16:26 PDT)

Live from Austin TX by Delbert McClinton (CD, Jul-20... - eBay (item 380256552523 end time Sep-02-10 23:16:26 PDT)

Delbert McClinton Live from Austin TX new cd

Ships international.
CD is new and sealed.
UPC 607396609925
Tracks/songs

1. Mess of Blues
2. Fool in Love, A
3. Lipstick, Powder and Paint
4. Plain Old Makin' Love
5. Going Back to Louisiana
6. Sneakin' Around
7. Take Me to the River
8. Let Love Come Between Us
9. Heartbreak Radio
10. Jealous Kind, The
11. Shaky Ground
12. Givin' It Up for Your Love
13. I've Got Dreams to Remember
14. I Wanna Thank You Baby
15. Turn on Your Love Light

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Sir Mix-A-Lot Chief Boot Knocka 1994 promo poster For Sale

Sir Mix-A-Lot Chief Boot Knocka 1994 promo poster For Sale:

Sir Mix-A-Lot Chief Boot Knocka 1994 24"x35"  promo poster
Promotional item

Condition: USED Very good
has creases, small tears on edges, light edgewear, slight yellowing due to age

Size: 24" width  x 35" length

(Chief Boot Knocka released in 1994)

on the bottom of the poster are pictures
of cd covers for : Swass, Seminar and Mack Daddy

© 1994 American Recordings, Inc Made in U.S.A.



Monday, August 2, 2010

Sir Mix-A-Lot Chief Boot Knocka 1994 promo poster - eBay (item 380249513432 end time Aug-07-10 21:57:23 PDT)

Sir Mix-A-Lot Chief Boot Knocka 1994 promo poster - eBay (item 380249513432 end time Aug-07-10 21:57:23 PDT)

kansas city music camps « Kansas City Children's Activities: KC Kids Fun

kansas city music camps « Kansas City Children's Activities: KC Kids Fun:

* Name Kate - KC Kids Fun!
* Location Kansas City metro
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* Bio Helping You Find Great Things to Do with Your Kids in Kansas City!

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435 South The Magazine of South Johnson County : Featured Articles

Music House School of Music

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