Listen To Tracks From Bob Dylan’s New Box Set Of Live Recordings From 1966

By on March 2, 2021

first_imgRecent Nobel Prize winner Bob Dylan is releasing a box set of live recordings from next Friday, and now you can listen to several tracks from the collection. The album, called “Bob Dylan: The 1966 Live Recordings”, were recorded a mere one year after Dylan “went electric”, and showcase the singer/songwriter and his compatriots in The Hawks (later known as The Band) taking folk music and turning it on its head while on a tour that criss-crossed the world. The box set is a whopping 36-discs long, so get ready to listen to hours and hours of classic live Bob Dylan material.Below, take a listen to a selection of fifteen tracks from the huge box set, courtesy of NPR’s “First Listen” series.last_img read more

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PensionDanmark invests DKK1.4bn in second UK biomass power plant

By on September 29, 2020

first_imgLast year, the venture invested DKK1.4bn in the Brigg project in Lincolnshire.The latest project – the Snetterton power plant – will have total investment from the joint venture of DKK1.6bn, with DKK200m of that coming from BWSC.BWSC will build, operate and maintain the power plant for 15 years.The plant is scheduled to be up and running by spring 2017, and will have a capacity of 44.2 MW – equivalent to the average energy usage of 82,000 households.The plant will run on straw, and supply of the fuel has been contracted for the next 12 years, PensionDanmark said. Labour-market pension fund PensionDanmark is investing DKK1.4bn (€188m) in a biomass power plant to be built in the UK’s East Anglia, as part of a joint venture with Danish company Burmeister & Wain Scandinavian Contractor (BWSC).The DKK170bn Danish pension fund – which won this year’s Best European Pension Fund Award at the IPE Conference & Awards in Vienna – said the investment would be made via investment fund Copenhagen Infrastructure I, in which it is the sole investor. The joint venture is between the infrastructure fund and BWSC, and this will be the second biomass power plant deal in the UK it has signed.Torben Möger Pedersen, PensionDanmark’s chief executive, said: “We have to secure our members a good and steady return, and this cooperation delivers that.”last_img read more

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Why GAC Motors is Supporting Lagos City Marathon, By Chan

By on September 9, 2020

first_img“So many people will run and we are happy to be part of the programme involving so many Nigerians because we are in this country to be known with our quality products.“In the past four years, I have been in this country and investment is rather tough but we are happy to be making impact with the people.“We love sports and that is why we are proud of our Sport Utility Vehicles in which the very latest, GS 8 will be launched on Friday (today) in Lagos,” stressed ChanThe GAC Motors boss charged all the participants in the Lagos City marathon to aspire to do well in the international race.She noted that marathon was good for healthy living of individuals generally and it further informed the decision of the outfit to embrace the project.“Health is wealth and so we encourage people to run for healthy living. There are two or three competitions and we are supporting with our products for the 10km race.“We are going to continue our support for the marathon to make it better just as we also strive to make more quality products for Nigerians,” Chan stressed.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram The Chairman of GAC Motors, Diana Chan, has explained why the automobile organisation is supporting the Lagos City Marathon scheduled to take place saturday.Speaking yesterday at the corporate office of GAC Motors in Lagos, Chan said it was important to get involved with projects that would serve the generality of the people.She stressed that GAC Motors was interested in the race because marathon had a mass appeal because of the huge number of participants, especially in a mega city like Lagos.last_img read more

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Dwyane Wade puts James Harden in ‘unguardable’ category after 58-point show

By on August 26, 2020

first_img NBA wrap: Warriors blow lead against Magic; James Harden powers Rockets to win Wade, facing the Rockets for the final time in his career, was full of praise for Harden but felt the Heat didn’t do themselves any favors.”He’s definitely one of the most unguardable players this game has ever seen,” said Wade. Related News Hawks eyeing free agents from ‘Kevin Durant on down’ this offseason, report says “But a lot of mistakes of putting that hand in that cookie jar. It’s something we talked about and something we knew we couldn’t do, and we did it a lot.”center_img [email protected] X @DwyaneWade X @JHarden13#OneLastDance pic.twitter.com/T7RGwPMaBG— Houston Rockets (@HoustonRockets) March 1, 2019Chris Paul also lauded his team-mate Harden after his latest masterclass.”James was unbelievable,” said Paul. “We’re just trying to find ways to win. Nobody is keeping track of shots and all that stuff. It’s just win.”That’s what James always says: ‘We need one in that left column.'” Dwyane Wade called James Harden “one of the most unguardable players” of all time after he inspired the Rockets to a 121-118 victory over the Heat.Harden scored an astonishing 58 points and came up with 10 assists as the Rockets fought back in the final quarter to secure a fourth successive win on Thursday.last_img read more

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