Kurzinfo: BRAVEN Ready Solo - Lautsprecher - tragbar - kabellos - Bluetooth - Grau Gruppe Lautsprecher Hersteller Zagg Hersteller Art. Nr. BRDYSOLOGGO Modell Ready Solo EAN/UPC 0817729013866 Produktbeschreibung: BRAVEN Ready Solo - Lautsprecher - tragbar - kabellos Produkttyp Lautsprecher - tragbar Besonderheiten Mikrofon Schutz Stoßsicher, staubgeschützt, wasserbeständig Lautsprechertyp Aktiv Verstärker Integriert Schnittstellen Bluetooth Farbe Grau Energieoptionen USB-Ladefunktion, USB-Ladefunktion (Powerbank-Funktion) Batterie Lautsprecherbatterie wiederaufladbar Abmessungen (Breite x Tiefe x Höhe) 15.2 cm 7.62 cm Ausführliche Details Allgemein Produkttyp Lautsprecher - tragbar Besonderheiten Mikrofon Freisprechfunktion Ja Schutz Stoßsicher, staubgeschützt, wasserbeständig Farbe Grau Gehäusematerial Thermoplast, Flugzeugaluminium Lautsprechersystem Lautsprechertyp Aktiv Verstärker Integriert Schnittstellen Bluetooth Bluetooth-Profile Erweitertes Audio-Verteilungsprofil (E2VP) Steuerung
Kurzinfo: Braven Ready Solo - Lautsprecher - tragbar - kabellos - Bluetooth - Titan, Schwarz/Schwarz Gruppe Lautsprecher Hersteller Braven Hersteller Art. Nr. BRDYSOLOBBB Modell Ready Solo EAN/UPC 0817729013859 Produktbeschreibung: Braven Ready Solo - Lautsprecher - tragbar - kabellos Produkttyp Lautsprecher - tragbar Besonderheiten Mikrofon Schutz Stoßsicher, staubgeschützt, wasserbeständig Lautsprechertyp Aktiv Verstärker Integriert Schnittstellen Bluetooth Farbe Titan, Schwarz/Schwarz Energieoptionen USB-Ladefunktion, USB-Ladefunktion (Powerbank-Funktion) Batterie Lautsprecherbatterie wiederaufladbar Abmessungen (Breite x Tiefe x Höhe) 15.2 cm 7.62 cm Ausführliche Details Allgemein Produkttyp Lautsprecher - tragbar Besonderheiten Mikrofon Freisprechfunktion Ja Schutz Stoßsicher, staubgeschützt, wasserbeständig Farbe Titan, Schwarz/Schwarz Gehäusematerial Thermoplast, Flugzeugaluminium Lautsprechersystem Lautsprechertyp Aktiv Verstärker Integriert Schnittstellen Bluetooth Bluetooth-Profile
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(1997 ´Delmark´) (66:54/13) Erstes Soloalbum des ´37 geborenen Wheeler, der in der 80ern bei Otis Rush spielte und am besten als Gitarrist von Mississippi Heat bekannt ist. Er ist ein passabler Sänger, vor allem auf den ruhigen Nummern und spielt einen flüssigen Stil mit einem warmen Ton, der manchmal an B.B. King erinnert. Ein schönes, eher zurückhaltendes Album / born in ´37 this is Wheeler´s first solo record. Long-time member of both, Otis Rush´s band and Mississippi Heat, he now steps out on his own. His vocals sound rather shy, but his playing is sensible and fiery at the same time, sometimes reminding me of B.B. King. A fine, rather reserved album. JAMES WHEELER - gtr/voc, BILLY FLYNN - gtr, KEN SAYDAK - pno, BOB STROGER - bass, VERNON RODGERS - drums. JAMES WHEELER is a quiet man. One of those types who has been putting in decades of work backing other musicians while shying away from the spotlight himself. After forty plus years James Wheeler is finally ready. James Wheeler was born in Albany, Georgia on August 28, 1937. Wheeler didn´t follow the usual path of listening to the blues and picking up a guitar as a youngster. His favorite music as a youth was the big band sounds popular in the day. Folks like Joe Stafford, Glenn Miller and Duke Ellington. ´I like to tell people that I came in at the college level and down to the starters level. That was the sound that I had to listen to. Louis Jordan was my main man. He was my idol for a long time.´ Wheeler never even played an instrument until he moved to Chicago in 1956. Nineteen and ready for a change in life, James Wheeler headed north to join his older brother Golden Wheeler in Chicago. Golden had come to Chicago a decade earlier and got caught up in the sounds of the city. He was fascinated with the sound of the harmonica and after Little Waiter befriended him he began to learn to play. As soon as little brother James arrived in Chicago he was thrust into the sounds of the blues. Golden was playing with Waiter Smith, Donald Griffin and Johnny Swan at the time, and occasionally jamming with Eddie King and harp player Willie Black. James began to thump around on the guitar when hanging out with the gang, and eventually picked up an old Harmony acoustic guitar with a pick-up in it. James began to see bluesmen like Howlin´ Wolf and Freddie King playing in the clubs, and his interest peaked. By the early 1960s Wheeler was jamming regularly on the West Side and landed a steady gig with Billy Boy Arnold at the Club Arden. In 1963 Wheeler decided to form his own band. The Jaguars consisted of Wheeler on guitar, bass player/vocalist Johnny Howard and drummer Sam Burden. The band cut their teeth at the King James Club on 111th St., but their first big break came when they filled in for Syl Johnson at the Just Me Lounge at 59th and Morgan. This gig opened the doors to various house band stints including stays at the Bonanza, Just Me Lounge, Payton Place and the Burning Spear. During the next ten years, Wheeler played behind blues greats like McKinley Mitchell, B.B. King, Millie Jackson, Otis Clay and O.V. Wright. After The Jaguars broke up in 1972, Wheeler was enlisted to form Otis Clay´s touring band, the OCB´s. He stayed with Clay for the next three years and in 1975 went on tour with the Impressions. For the next decade Wheeler held a day job and only played on the weekends with guitarist Buddy Scott. Wheeler´s next break came in 1986. ´One evening when I got home my brother called and said some people had been trying to find me. I asked who it was and he said Otis Rush. So I got in touch with him and he said: `Look I´ve got to go into the (Kingston) Mines this weekend and need a guitar player.´ So I said `O.K. Just for that weekend,´ you know. Little did I know it would last for 7 years.´ It was Rush that encouraged Wheeler to start singing and made a spot for him singing in his show. Wheeler left Rush in 1993 to join the band Mississippi Heat and made three records with them. Lately, Wheeler has done a stint with Magic Slim and currently works in Willie Kent´s band. Ready! finds Wheeler out front and on his own for the first time. With a little help from a few old friends. Wheeler shows his mastery of a variety of blues styles. After forty years as a sideman it´s about damn time James Wheeler stepped out front. One thing´s for sure, he´s ready. [Quotes from an interview with James Wheeler on February 7, 1998.]
Penny´s life is back to normal. As Penny starts the school year she´s ready to face the world - alone. Noah has gone off the radar after ending his world tour early and no one, including Penny, knows where he is. So when she accepts Megan´s invitation to visit her performing arts school it seems like an opportunity to make some new friends. Helping everyone else seems to be the right remedy. Elliot needs her friendship more than ever, and she meets Posey - struggling with stage fright and in need of support. But is charming Scottish boy Callum the right kind of distraction? And can Penny truly move on when Noah´s shadow seems to haunt her round every corner?
Well have to destroy them ship to ship. Get the crews to their fighters. Darth Vader, Star Wars: A New HopeThe battles of Star Wars are fought both on planets and in space. On solid ground, heroes like Han Solo and Leia Organa exchange blaster fire with nameless troopers, but in the freezing void of space, ace pilots such as Wedge Antilles fly starfighters through fierce dogfights and breakneck contests of skill and nerve.As the first Force Pack in the Rogue Squadron cycle for Star Wars: The Card Game, Ready for Takeoff brings interstellar battles to the forefront, as Vehicles and Pilots clash in the vacuum of outer space. With a new fate card, iconic starship pilots like Lando Calrissian and Mauler Mithel, and new mechanics for piloting your Vehicles, Ready for Takeoff has plenty to offer, whether you fly for Rogue Squadron or Black Squadron. This Force Pack contains ten new objective sets (two copies each of five unique sets) and in Ready for Takeoff, youll get your first taste of piloting each factions iconic starships.CONTAINS OBJECTIVE SETS 141-145.