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Home - Spiegel - Portrait Of The Human Soul (CD, Album)

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  1. Explore releases from the Sony/ATV Tree Publishing label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Sony/ATV Tree Publishing releases.
  2. The cd album contains 19 tracks comprising over hours of music. The LP version is a limited edition translucent replica LP with digital download codes for the additional track or the 19 tracks plus page booklet can be gotten as a digital download .
  3. Aug 27,  · CD re-issue, points out: it “represents the only real Bill Evans. It is a rich, strong body of work and remains unique as an Evans trio record containing nothing but compos-itions. As one of the few albums to feature Evans shifting from piano to electric piano during the ’s, this timeless landmark album deliver us a high swinging and /5(29).
  4. After a person dies, the human spirit breaks off and come out of the physical body. Human soul is encased inside the human spirit. The physical body goes to the grave, and the spirit returns to God (Ecclesiastes ). Human soul is immortal. "Man goes to his eternal home, and the mourners go about the street" (Ecclesiastes ). He will Missing: Spiegel.
  5. Apr 12,  · Comment: THE ITEM IS ESSENTIALLY NEW - It is just missing the original plastic wrapping. The plastic wrapping has been replaced with a strong protective polly bag to secure all the items that are included. It comes complete with the CD, Photobook, Mini Book, Postcard, Clear Photo Picket, Photo Film, and the Poster/5(2).
  6. Jun 21,  · Guitarist Tore Østby explains: "Producing this new album has been an emotional and exciting process, digging deeper into the heart and soul of the band than ever nophodibemarripencisinsathena.coinfog: Spiegel.
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  8. I keep a red file folder, its edges faded from nearly three decades of exposure to dust and light. Inside, the title words I typed in “The Atomic Bombing of Hiroshima.” It is the first research paper I ever wrote. Tucked inside of the folder’s front flap are three stapled index cards, each one with reference titles written in smudged pencil.

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