And a longer vibe here: Cassandra Wilson & David Murray Black Saint Quartet – Jazz a Vienne Live (2007)
CASSANDRA WILSON – voix
DAVID MURRAY – saxophone ténor, clarinette basse
LAFAYETTE GILCHRIST – piano
JARIBU SHAHID – basse
MARK JOHNSON – batterie
2. The Prophet Of Doom
4. Let The Music Take You
5. Sacred Ground
A revised version of David Bowie’s Space Oddity, recorded by Canadian, Commander Chris Hadfield on board the International Space Station.
With some photography, also by Commander Hadfield:
And a series of SoundCloud recordings of various activities on the space station, recorded by Hadfield for the benefit of blind followers of the space programme:
Michael Porter’s speech from the Opening Plenary of the Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship in Oxford, United Kingdom - April 10, 2013.
Michael E. Porter is the Bishop William Lawrence University Professor at Harvard Business School and Chair of their programme for newly appointed CEOs of multibillion dollar corporations. He is a leading authority on company strategy, the competitiveness of nations and regions, and strategic approaches to societal problems. The author of 19 books and numerous articles, and a seven-time winner of the McKinsey Award for best Harvard Business Review article of the year, Professor Porter is the most cited author in business and economics.
Eva Cassidy performing San Francisco Bay Blues at “Pearl’s”, a now defunct supper club in Annapolis, recorded on the 24th September 1994. via LaDona’s Music Studio
interesting, inspiring, and more than a little challenging; bring it!! …