From the frontlines of modern medicine, "Tell Me Where It Hurts" is a fascinating insider portrait of a veterinarian, his furry patients, and the blend of old-fashioned instincts and cutting-edge technology that defines pet care in the twenty-first century. Dr. Trout takes the reader on a vicarious journey through twenty-four intimate, heartrending hours in his life; his wry, companionable voice offers enlightening and engaging anecdotes about cuddly (or not-so-cuddly) pets and their variously zany, desperate, and demanding owners. If you ve ever had a pet or special place in your heart for furry friends, Dr. Trout s inspiring account of loving and healing animals is for you."
The band has been created in February 2003 by Olivier and Cedric. The singer (Laurent) and the guitarist (Stéphane) have joined the band several months after. The band signed early 2005 with the swiss label “Urgence Disk Record” and released their first album. In July 2009 Stéphane leaves the band, the line up was changed. Olivier leaves keyboards on stage (continuous in studio) to rage in the guitar. Dolls Of Pain evolved since 10 years. In the actually sound, the band found a balance that respects the value of each member. D.O.P have a sound that today is them crossover effect meaning, that you can find influences from Dark Elcectro, EBM, Dark Wave, Goth…
This two-fer from Beat Goes On features a pair of Tony Bennett LPs - For Once in My Life and I've Gotta Be Me - originally issued on Columbia in 1967 and 1969 respectively. These albums highlight 21 songs including "Days of Love," "Play It Again, Sam," "Alfie," and the title tracks "For Once in My Life" and "I've Gotta Be Me." Recommended to listeners who want to dig further into Tony Bennett's discography.
In the summer of 1971, Jack Gantos was an aspiring writer looking for adventure, cash for college tuition, and a way out of a dead-end job. For ten thousand dollars, he recklessly agreed to help sail a sixty-foot yacht loaded with a ton of hashish from the Virgin Islands to New York City, where he and his partners sold the drug until federal agents caught up with them. For his part in the conspiracy, Gantos was sentenced to serve up to six years in prison.