Produced by Roberto Festari
Vocalist: Roberto Festari
Backing Vocals – Francesca Salaris
Guitar – Gianfranco Salvio
Backing Vocals & Guitars produced by Roberto Gabrielli at GReurosound Studio
Mixed by Roberto Festari
Cover art image – pixabay.com
Parking crashes usually don’t result in serious injuries, but repair costs can quickly mount, along with the hassle of going without the family vehicle while waiting for the body shop to finish work. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has launched a rear crash prevention ratings program to help consumers identify models with the technology that can prevent or mitigate low-speed backing crashes. Two systems earn the highest rating of superior, and four earn the second-highest rating of advanced.
Rear crash prevention encompasses several technologies. Parking sensors issue warning beeps and/or seat vibrations when the equipped vehicle gets too close to another vehicle or object directly behind it, or, in some cases, in front of it. Rear cross-traffic alert warns drivers of approaching vehicles that might cross their path as they back up. Rear automatic emergency braking systems detect objects behind a reversing vehicle and may automatically brake if the driver doesn’t heed alerts to stop.
IIHS engineers evaluated rear autobrake systems on six popular 2017 model vehicles — the BMW 5 series sedan, Cadillac XT5 SUV, Infiniti QX60 SUV, Jeep Cherokee SUV, Subaru Outback wagon and Toyota Prius hatchback.
Under the three-tier rating scheme, models with optional or standard rear crash prevention systems are rated superior, advanced or basic. Ratings are determined by whether the vehicles have available rear autobrake and, if so, how it performs in a series of car-to-car and car-to-pole tests with different approach angles. The availability of parking sensors and rear cross-traffic alert also is factored in.
The Outback and XT5 earn a superior rating when equipped with optional rear autobrake, parking sensors and rear cross-traffic alert. The Cherokee, 5 series, QX60 and Prius earn an advanced rating with this optional gear.
Turkey - mashed potatoes – dressing - pumpkin pie. These and countless other tasty dishes make frequent appearances at Thanksgiving celebrations across the country. One of the best parts of Thanksgiving is being surrounded by loved ones while enjoying comfort foods that have withheld the test of time. With all of that tradition backing the day, making sure your feast is up to par might seem like a challenge.
Blues guitar solos are awesome! There’s nothing better than cranking up your amp and playing some cool Clapton or Hendrix inspired licks with a band or over a quality backing track. Many players often struggle though. It can be all too easy to sound disjointed or fall back into the same old patterns and not really progress with your lead playing. So, I thought I’d create this site to help you freshen up your solos and get you making some awesome sounds. Check out to get you moving forward TODAY!
Robert Johnson Project
From: Eric Clapton The Pavillion San Jose, California 3-18-2007 Soundboard Mid Valley 401
Eric Clapton - guitar, vocals
Doyle Bramhall II - guitar
Derek Trucks - guitar
Chris Stainton - keyboards
Tim Carmon - keyboards
Willie Weeks - bass
Steve Jordan - drums
Michelle John - backing vocals
Sharon White - backing vocals
Matt's performance on March 2nd, 2012 at the Port Jefferson Middle School Talent Show.The
backing track was bass, rhythm guitar, and drums only. Matt did all the
keyboards (electric piano, strings, sampled guitars, synth leads) and
Carol Baldwin-Moody of Wilmington Trust describes the challenges that are present in her line of work as senior vice president and chief risk officer. There is a strong legal backing to every major issue in today’s society. Baldwin-Moody has come across several scenarios that aren’t covered by the dated constitutional law in effect today. In past years, a risk officer was thought to be a management concept that would be useful, but not worth the investment. Lately, a risk officer career has become an indispensible resource in the corporate world.
The law plays an important role in every aspect of our lives. Even something that seems simple, like the ability to send a text message and donate money to a charitable organization, requires contract law to come into play. If a career as a compliance officer is of interest to you, an online legal studies degree from Kaplan University could be the first step in working toward that goal.* A legal studies degree allows students the unique opportunity to grow into a field that is constantly changing and evolving.
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“Social media, the first amendment, privacy; the law is so far behind in that trend. Blogs and all of that, that is a constant challenge for me today because everybody wants to talk the way they want to talk and in my job, I’m required to actually surveil peoples’ e-mails; I’m required by law. I look for certain words; well, that was ok when people used words. Now when they use ‘r u,’ I can’t surveil that. The privacy issue with kids and MySpace, that whole area of law, think about it; constitutional law was what we learned. There’s nothing in constitutional law that we learned 30 years ago, so if you’re into that, there’s going to be a lot of time. We need that because it’s evolutionary.
Globalization—if you think about what happened in the financial markets, the meltdown, it’s because there’s so much connection and therefore there are a lot of things going on in that arena where every country’s financial rules, they’re looking at them and comparing them. That’s another area- comparative law. Comparative law when it comes to the environment and financial services; those are two big things.
Health—the whole health debate; you may be thinking just about the politics but there’s a lot of law behind that. HIPA, all those rights, and think about the things they’re talking about from a political perspective—there’s a lot of law behind that.
Those are just three areas that are not only specific in terms of thinking outside of the box, but they actually go back to a lot of the fundamentals that are part of the law. Those are just three; that social media one, I don’t even want to tackle that one; I’m assigning that to my kids. Just think about it—it’s out there before anything has been screened. You think about the things that go on—it’s called the social media. There used to be the 6 o’clock news; there’s the 24 hour news, there’s the instant news now.
I think some of it’s great, I think some of the positive things about the technology, I just learned this, the fact that you could text five digits on your phone and the money was in Haiti instantly. But, a lot of people don’t realize how much legal work was behind the contractual agreement between the phone companies. There was a lot of legal work that was done in order for that to happen but yet young people, my daughter was one of them, it’s like, ‘ok mom,’ and then I start thinking; well I know what really happened. They had to get into a contract about that, but those are the kinds of things that at the end you see the result is phenomenal. Think about that 20 years ago—could not have happened.”
The Beatles: Little Black Songbook iPhone application represents the first licensed Beatles material to appear on iTunes.
The app includes complete lyrics and guitar chords to over 160 Beatles classics. Each song also has its own chord library where enhanced details and play audio samples of chords used can be viewed.
It also contains 30 professionally recorded backing tracks to play along to, and even a few instructional video lessons to help you learn the songs.
The Little Black Songbook of the Beatles is a brand new fully licensed app, and is a must-have for any fan of the Fab Four.
This 10 minute documentary was shot and collaborated by Shaun Filer, along with the backing of footage by key sources, was edited and scored by Liam Key.
It is an eye opener to the unaware, of the extreme dangers journalists are exposed to when sent to foreign countries. With many infamous journalists baring their most personal experiences, and how it affected their life from then on. Journalists from World War 1, World 2, Vietnam, Baulkens War, Cambodia, Sierre Leone, Palestine, Afghanistan, and finally the epitome of dangerous modern journalism - Iraq.
This upload is for a single event taking place on the 10th September 2008. It will be removed after this one screening, due to the nature and the subjects screened in this documentary.
All care was taken to be balanced and precise. It is about the exposition of dangers, as opposed to the glorification of a video.