J. Archipley (jtarchi@pacbell.net)

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Uncommon Sense for Parents with Teenagers by Michael Riera
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5.0 out of 5 stars Uncommon Understanding!, Nov. 20 1999
From a teenager who has read more than his fair share of parenting books, this one tops them off. On average, this book covers exactly what these types of books should. It doesn't just tell the parent to "talk more" with their teenager, it actually goes in depth about how the teenager thinks and feels. And, for the first time in my experience, it actually gets close! If you have teens, you should have this book.
Four of a Kind, Music for Trombone Quartet ~ Four of a Kind-Music of Trombo
Four of a Kind, Music for Trombone Quartet ~ Four of a Kind-Music of Trombo
I'm a trombone player, and I know what I'm talking about. These guys have been to schools such as Juliard in New York and have studied to become professional musicains most of there lives. In this CD they are right on top of things and don't miss a beat. My personal favorite is No More Blues, the last track on this particular CD. I tell ya, I couldn't be more extatic about four trombone players. These guys are top notch, and are way beyong the Canadian Brass if you ask me, and seeing as how I play the trombone, you might want to. These guys are perfect players, and almost couldn't be better. WOW about sums it up!