Daniel: The Key to Prophetic Revelation


(as of Nov 29,2018 20:12:58 UTC – Details)

This Walvoord masterpiece presents the beauties of Daniel’s prophecies in the light of modern archaeological evidence. Companion to The Revelation of Jesus Christ, this major contribution to prophetic research emphasizes the value and genuineness of Daniel. It considers alleged historical inaccuracies, difficult-to-interpret phrases, apocryphal additions, major textual problems, use of Persian and Greek words, historical background of Bible events, and past and future fulfillments of specific prophecies. Daniel goes beyond a mere presentation of the author’s interpretation of Old Testament prophecy. It quotes Bible scholars from different corners of the theological ring to help the reader discover the meaning of Scripture for himself. Unusually thorough and well outlined, this commentary captures the heartbeat of a young prophet who spoke boldly for God.

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The Moody Blues Hall of Fame – Live From Royal Albert Hall [VHS]


(as of Nov 26,2018 09:51:37 UTC – Details)

Legendary British rock group The Moody Blues are captured live performing many of their international smash hits backed by the World Festival Orchestra. Recorded live at the famed Royal Albert Hall on May 1, 2000. 81 minutes.

1. Overture
2. Tuesday Afternoon
3. English Sunset
4. Words You Say
5. The Story in Your Eyes
6. I Know You’re Out There Somewhere
7. Haunted
8. Your Wildest Dreams
9. Isn’t Life Strange
10. I’m Just a Singer (In a Rock and Roll Band)
11. Nights in White Satin
12. Legend of a Mind
13. Question
14. Ride My See-Saw

The Golden Men of Jazz : Live at the Blue Note


(as of Nov 11,2018 23:12:21 UTC – Details)

For a 1991 gig at the Blue Note in New York, vibraphonist Lionel Hampton headed a nonet full of classic veterans that were termed “the Golden Men of Jazz”: trumpeters Clark Terry and Harry “Sweets” Edison, tenors James Moody and Buddy Tate, trombonist Al Grey, pianist Hank Jones, bassist Milt Hinton and drummer Grady Tate. Even with its many loose moments, these great players came up with some notable moments, including James Moody’s humorous vocalizing on “Moody’s Mood for Love” and particularly fine playing by Terry and Grey; Tate and Edison do show their age a bit, but are welcome participants in what must have been an occasion for celebration. ~ Scott Yanow

…These men don’t just draw upon tradition, they wrote it…there’s no denying the joy, grace and easy mastery on display…
Musician (19920801)

a once-in-a-blue-moon congregation of swing-era giants, and they were in full throttle for this gig… Entertainment Weekly


1. Ow!

2. Hamp’s Note

3. Moody’s Mood for Love

4. I Wish I Knew

5. Lover

6. Flyin’ Home

7. Hamp’s Boogie Woogie