A Young Person's Guide to King Crimson is a compilation (2LP set) by the band King Crimson, released in 1976. Its name is most likely derived either from the famous orchestral work The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra from composer Benjamin Britten or the 1960s television series Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, created by conductor/composer Leonard Bernstein.
Two orderlies pretend to be surgeons to impress two young doctors and conquer, through several scenarios. Finally, they are discovered when they had to operate on a mafia boss to remove a bullet.
Two FBI agents are investigating on the disappearance of doctor Weiss, who vanished after the discovery of a formula against atomic radiation. Following the death of two dancers, the two agents decide to search on George, their manager, and they will discover a dark secret…
En este curso vamos a ver de forma rápida y sencilla cómo podemos hacer uso del poder del cambio y beneficiar a quienes están a nuestro alrededor evitando reacciones precipitadas, adoptando actitudes positivas y desarrollando un plan de 30 días para integrar este cambio.
Album released in Spain in 1979 compilation of 10 songs sung in original versions by three players considered among the best in the Mexican music scene of all time. They are: José del Refugio Sanchez Saldaña, aka "Cuco Sánchez' -singer and songwriter-, Gabriel Syria Levario, aka 'Javier Solis', -actor and singer also known as the'King of Bolero Ranchero'- and 'Trio Los Panchos', formed in 1944 originally by Chucho Navarro, Alfredo Avilés and Alfredo Bojalil Gil. The album is a collection of ten songs, from ballads to boleros. Album for remembrance and tribute to great voices of Mexican music.