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Books, CDs, VHS, DVDs   A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 0-9


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A Thief in the Night: Life and Death in the Vatican by John Cornwell

Cornwell investigates the death of Pope John Paul I who died, amidst a maze of contradictory reports about time and circumstances, only 33 days after becoming pope.

         Rupert Thomson - Book of Revelation Book of Revelation

A novel from a cult writer. A strange, disturbing tale. In Amsterdam, a dancer-choreographer, on his way to purchase a pack of cigarettes, is abducted by three hooded women who keep him chained in a room for 18 days. While their prisoner, he is subjected to various humiliations and painful experiences, including rape and tattooing. 

         Twentieth Century J.M. Roberts - Twentieth Century History of the World, 1901 to the 2000.

The unrivaled World History of our day, unbelievably accurate. British historian J. M. Roberts is an undisputed master of his craft. His classic History of the World has sold more than a quarter million copies worldwide.

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'Tis is a compelling memoir of an immigrant's life in midcentury America. The sequel to Frank McCourt's memoir of his Irish Catholic boyhood, Angela's Ashes, picks up the story in October 1949, upon his arrival in America. What makes McCourt a great storyteller is his ability to give his pages just the right amount of humor and perspective.


            Richard Brautigan - Trout Fishing in America, The Pill Versus the Springhill Mind Desaster and In Watermelon Sugar (3 books in 1)
Brautigan speaks great truths through metaphor and symbolism. As Captain Beefheart or Tom Waits are to popular music, so is Brautigan to literature. He is a sort of Hemingway with a playful sense of humor. By the by... the novel Trout Fishing in America  has almost nothing to do with fishing.

Mystery & Thrillers

             Two Much by Donald E. Westlake

"MAN cannot live by Proust alone, which is why it is a pleasure to note the publication of Donald E. Westlake's latest mystery. Nobody would call Mr. Westlake profound, but he is always droll and always professional, and there are few more agreeable ways to while away a long commute than watching him dream up a half-dozen unlikely-sounding crooks and put them through their paces.

Like P. G. Wodehouse, a writer whom he resembles rather more than slightly, Mr. Westlake is at his best in his series books: the Parker novels (written under the tongue-in-cheek pen name Richard Stark), which feature a tungsten-hard professional burglar who specializes in infallible plans; and the Dortmunder novels, in which the premise of the Parker novels is ingeniously transplanted to a parallel universe where the not-so-tough guys are forever tripping over their own feet, and the hero's infallible plans, in a word, aren't. But Mr. Westlake's one-shot comic mysteries, like Wodehouse's non-series farces, are also very much worth reading." (New York Times)

           Trust Me On This by Donald E. Westlake

A devastating tirade against the supermarket tabloids. 8 Audio Cassettes. Read by Nicki van Gieson.

Science books

*** The Tao of Physics: An Exploration of the Parallels Between Modern Physics and Eastern Mysticism by Fritjof Capra
The book tries to draw parallels between physics and eastern religions that are at best accidental and are in most cases a stretch of the imagination.

The Theory of Everything: The Origin and Fate of the Universe by Stephen Hawking

The Third Chimpanzee by Jared Diamond

Three Roads to Quantum Gravity by Lee Smolin

Time Travel in Einstein's Universe by J. Richard Gott

Trilobite: Eyewitness to Evolution by Richard Fortey

The Triple Helix: Gene, Organism, and Environment by Richard C. Lewontin

Turn Left at Orion: A Hundred Night Sky Objects to See in a Small Telescope by Dan M. Davis
Tyrannosaurus Sue: The Extraordinary Saga of the Largest, Most Fought over T-Rex Ever Found by Steve Fiffer

Classic rock

          Their Satanic Majesty Request   by The Rolling Stones [Original Recording Remastered]       

Jazz, Classical

          cd935.gif (1106 bytes) A Night in Tunisia, A Week in Detroit Turtle Island String Quartet Turtle Island String Quartet

Composer: Turtle Island String Quartet, Jeff Beal, et al.
Conductor: Neeme Järvi
Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Turtle Island String Quartet

                               Between jazz and classic music

                   Tangerine Dream - Mars Polaris

         Tangerine Dream - Zeit
Thanks to the big-selling soundtracks for in-planetarium dozing which they recorded for Virgin in the mid-'70s (Ricochet, Stratosfear etc), Tangerine Dream are hardly credited as Krautrock pioneers in the same league as Can or Faust. If you are a fan of such works as Brian Eno's Descreet Music or Music for Films, Zeit will fit nicely between those two in your CD changer.

          Tangerine Dream Tangerine Dream - Antique Dreams

Other TD albums:


         TRAVIS - Good Feeling Travis

A wonderful CD. It goes from happy up-tempo songs to slow ballads. Travis have developed from Britpop also-rans into gifted pop craftsmen inhabiting a more suitably tired, lonely, lovelorn niche.
"In a world which deems it impossible to be all things to all people, Good Feeling manages to make you laugh, sing, cry, dance, hurt, and, yeah, rock..." (Melody Maker, 9/13/97)


           James Taylor - Greatest Hits
Everybody knows Taylor's "You'Ve Got a Friend". Here, still more beautiful hits like "Carolina in My Mind" (in a newly recorded version) and "Steamroller", which let us repute James Taylor as one of the best minstrels of the pop age.

       Trainspotting - Soundtrack The...TRAINSPOTTING album is like one long, druggy crawl through the U.K. underground, taking in subterranean techno, dance music and the pop daydreams of bands like Pulp and Blur. It's SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER for the XTS generation... Including Lou Reed's "Perfect Day" and Iggy Pop's "Nightclubbing".


Things Change
Things Change

Starring: Don Ameche, Joe Mantegna, et al.
Director: David Mamet
Edition Details:
Region 1 encoding (for use in US and Canada only)

A typical Mamet film! Well-defined characters and good acting in a screwball comedy where nothing is as it seems.

            Tarzan Tarzan DVD

Widescreen anamorphic format. Phil Collins' Strangers Like Me music video, plus Trashin' the Camp, behind-the-scenes studio session with Phil Collins and special guest as featured on the Tarzan soundtrack. Tarzan Interactive Trivia Game & and Interactive Read-Along. DVD-ROM Features: Disney Weblinks, FREE Tarzan Action Game Playable Demo. And more.

Oscar Winners

franc'O'brain & Transputer Qasar. 2005.