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Little Mosque On The Prairie: Season 1 <b>DVD</b> ~ Carlo Rota
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Little Mosque on the Prairie is a remarkably novel way to show Muslims and how their religion is practiced. Set in the fictional prairie town of Mercy, Saskatchewan, Canada, you see Muslims with liberal and conservative views; how they have assimilated into the dominate society (small town Canada); and how they interact with their fellow non-Muslim neighbours who can be just as broad or narrow minded.

While Little Mosque on the Prairie tries to neither dramatise nor make political commentary, it does show through humor that Muslims and non-Muslims all have their funny idiosyncrasies and share much common ground. Through laughter, the show makes an effort to break down prejudices… Read more
Every Good Boy Deserves Favour ~ Moody Blues
The Mobile Fidelity gold-plated CD of "Every Good Boy Deserves Favour" faithfully reproduces the original analog recordings, Phil Travers' cover and gatefold artwork as well as the lyrics to this album. The only thing missing is the original record sleeve photo of the Moody Blues in concert.
As musicians, lyricists and singers, the Moody Blues were at their zenith in "Every Good Boy Deserves Favour". The idealistic message of peace and love is evident here amidst lyrics dealing with alienation, rejection, futility, compassion, creation and mysticism. Their trademark fusion of rock and classical music is prominent in their Moog synthesized orchestrations and strong vocal harmonies… Read more
Time Traveller ~ Moody Blues
Time Traveller ~ Moody Blues
"Time Traveller" is the Moody Blues' most comprehensive anthology since their 1975 compilation, "This Is The Moody Blues". Almost every composition from their extensive (1967-1992) catalogue, including early gems found only on their 45 rpm records like "Fly Me High", a song that Justin Hayward initially offered to the Animals, is featured in this 4-CD album. It's so thorough in fact one could actually end up listening to it as frequently as their original albums. Although the original albums, especially the core seven, are by far the 'best of the Moody Blues' in terms of mixing, content and concept.
The bonus (5th) CD - for those fortunate enough to obtain… Read more