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1. Along the Way

  • Published: 2011-04-25T18:00:45Z
  • By thebabros
Along the Way

Original folk/rock songs played by two brothers. Guitars, vocals, and ukulele. Also touches of jazz, blues, and funk. Copyright 2010.

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2. The Way to Far Away (from the album "Along The King's Road")

The Way to Far Away (from the album

A track from the suite "The King's Road".

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3. Somewhere Along the Way

Somewhere Along the Way

This is a dark melodic, mellow tune. There's some harmonizing guitar lines that carry the melody, some spacy ambient lines, and some solo work. (I recorded two guitar tracks harmonizing and panned them; I did not use a pitch shift for this).

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4. HS 280 - Passing the Torch: Building Winning Football Programs...with a Dose of Swagger Along the Way with 3-time College Championship Head Coach Howard Schnellenberger

HS 280 - Passing the Torch: Building Winning Football Programs...with a Dose of Swagger Along the Way with 3-time College Championship Head Coach Howard Schnellenberger

Howard Schnellenberger learned his football tactics as a player for “Bear” Bryant and Blanton Collier at the University of Kentucky. He served as an assistant to Bryant at Alabama, moved on to pro ball as an assistant to George Allen (Rams) and Don Shula (Dolphins). He was head coach of the Baltimore Colts from 1973-74. He and his wife Beverlee have three sons: Stephen, Stuart and Tim. Stuart was a tight end/center on his father’s 1983 national championship team. Grandchildren are Teather Ann, Joey and Marcus. Howard Schnellenberger has been part of four collegiate national championships. His 1983 Miami Hurricanes won that school’s first title, defeating Nebraska in the 50th Anniversary Orange Bowl. He was offensive coordinator for Paul “Bear” Bryant at Alabama, when the Crimson tide won championships in 1961, 1964 and 1965. He is one of only 10 active collegiate head coaches who have won a national title. In addition, Schnellenberger has also been part of seven NFL playoff teams and was part of two Super Bowl championship staffs. He helped the 1972 Miami Dolphins to the NFL’s only undefeated (17-0) season. Schnellenberger has recruited and/or coached several current and former pros such as quarterbacks Jim Kelly, Bernie Kosar, Vinny Testaverde, Browning Nagle, and Jeff Brohm, and stars such as Michael Irvin, Brian and Bennie Blades, offensive tackles Bruce Armstrong and Jerry Crafts; fullback Carwell Gardner; wide receiver Earnest Givins; defensive end Joe Johnson, a first-round draft pick for the New Orleans Saints; defensive tackle Ted Washington; cornerback Ray Buchanan; defensive tackle Mike Flores. Schnellenberger’s former offensive coordinator, Gary Stevens, and defensive coordinator, Tom Olivadotti, had similar roles in the NFL. Three of his former assistants were on the staff of the Dallas Cowboys during their rise to consecutive Super Bowl titles. He's also the author of the book Passing the Torch: Building Winning Football Programs...with a Dose of Swagger Along the Way. Key Takeaways: [2:00] The football education Coach received and how it impacted him in his career [5:30] How Coach took his football program to the Cuban community in Miami [10:50] Creating the "State of Miami" [14:44] The difference between coaching college and pro players [17:55] What swagger is...and what swagger IS NOT Websites Mentioned: http://www.howardschnellenberger.com/

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5. Episode 13 - Christmas In The Park (Jason Minsky)

Episode 13 - Christmas In The Park (Jason Minsky)

Episode 013 - Christmas in the Park (Jason Minsky) Cesar Buitrago | Anthony Mogannam A podcast focusing on the finer points of San Jose local culture. *Cesar and Anthony sit with Jason Minsky, Executive Director of Christmas in the Park. Conversation includes the history of the event, future plans, and what it takes to run a seasonal event. Christmas in the Park Website: www.christmasinthepark.com Facebook: @CITPSJ Twitter: @xmasintheparksj Instagram: christmasintheparksj People Along the Way: Facebook: @peoplealongthewaypodcast Twitter: @PATW_Podcast Gmail: [email protected] Theme Music by Thomas Burns

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6. "Along the Way" (Still in progress)

Getting there.

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8. You Are My Light

You Are My Light

Recently, my dear friend Kyle asked if I'd write a song for his wife for her birthday. He wanted to thank her for the past years of incredible support that she's given to him. Four years ago this month his life drastically changed when his mother (my best friend of 30 years) took her own life. Four months later his first child was born. It's been a long road getting through all the emotions and trauma of the whole experience for Kyle and myself. All along the way, Holli has been a solid rock for Kyle and Maya, his little girl, has been a window into the truth of Love. I'm so incredibly grateful for them! This song is a tribute to Holli's steadfast love as well as a remembrance of my dearest friend Jessica (represented in the butterfly) whom will always be present and living in our hearts. Thank you to Ben Ihloff, Blake Biery, Jason Robert Booze and Joel Wade for helping to make this happen. All my Patrons will be receiving a FREE download of this song. To become a patron go to: https://www.patreon.com/sharlaember xo♥ Thank you!

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9. I'm Yours (Lift Project)

I'm Yours (Lift Project)

Hey everyone! For my recording engineering class, my final/year-end project was a music lift. I had to choose a commercially viable song and replicate it to the best of our ability. I had to engineer, produce, arrange, mix, edit... pretty much everything and hand it in. The song I chose to do a lift of was "I'm Yours" by Jason Mraz. Before this project and year in MIA, I had never recorded, produced, engineered..anything listed above. So this track definitely shows how far I've come. This was a 4-month process for me (January to April). There are so many people I have to thank for helping me along the way, as well as performing on this lift project. Musicians: Lead Vocal - Wade Haan Harmonies - Evan Kinsella and John Stewart Gang/Choir Vocal - Mrs. Flanagan's Vocal Class Acoustic Guitar - Jesse Hildebrand-Nestor Electric Guitar, Rhythm Guitar - Cameron Naraine Drums - John Abreu Bass Guitar - Rusty Carriere Wurlitzer, Grand Piano, Tambourine - Chelsea Body Conga - Terry Grolman Special thanks to for helping me throughout this process: - Joel Kuehn - Chelsea Body - Terry Grolman - Nikar Kim - Wade Haan ENJOY!

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