Broadwater Graham - The Hemingway Sentence Project mp3 downloadPerformer: Broadwater Graham
Title: The Hemingway Sentence Project
Released: November 26, 2002
Size MP3 version: 1562 mb
Size FLAC version: 1271 mb
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Genre: Pop Rock
Broadwater Graham - The Hemingway Sentence Project mp3 download
As much as we like to think we’re invincible, we’re not. But what if our bodies were to change to cope with the impact of a car accident?
Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
The Hemingway Sentence Project. The Hemingway Sentence Project.
Broadwater Graham (Prose Productions) is the collaborative efforts of Ben Graham and Jason Broadwater, who live in Asheville, NC and have been writing and playing together since 2000. Before coming together, Ben wrote for and fronted Callie's Paw out of Greensboro, NC and Jason wrote for and fronted eddy out of Charlotte, NC.
Graham has been designed with stronger ribs to give him better protection in a crash. His chest is large and barrel-like to withstand greater impacts. However, his torso is more airbag-like than armour-like. Sacks, that do a similar job to that of an airbag, have been placed between each of Graham’s ribs. On impact these airbags absorb the force and reduce his forward momentum. The airbags provide an inbuilt added layer of protection for the heart and other vital organs.
The project is headquartered at The Pennsylvania State University. Sarah Graham, Times Literary Supplement.
Project is the second collaborative studio album by guitarists Greg Howe and Richie Kotzen, released on November 11, 1997 through Shrapnel Records. A previous collaboration between Howe and Kotzen, Tilt (1995), had sold well and thus resulted in a second album. Greg Howe – guitar (left stereo channel), drum programming (tracks 1, 3, 5, 7, 9), bass (tracks 1, 3, 9), engineering (tracks 1, 3, 5, 7, 9), mixing (tracks 1, 3, 5, 7, 9), production (except tracks 2, 4, 6, 8, 10).
Ernest Hemingway was a writer whose style was very different to that of most writers in his time. Instead of using more drawn out, overly descriptive. This style used by Hemingway appealed to the greater of the masses because it enabled the reader to get the full effect of a story, and not have to sit through chapter after chapter of boring details. Readers, such as myself, and other teenagers of modern day, could read a story such as The Old Man and the Sea in a short amount of time, but feel like they had just read an epic. He transferred the content of a novel into the length of a short story. Another aspect of Hemingway’s style was his use of atmosphere.
The American author Ernest Hemingway was one of the most influential writers of the twentieth century. His machine-like style was precise and austere, but he also had a deft and gentle turn of phrase which gave his work its own peculiar beauty and power. Though Hemingway is often seen as the archetypal American writer, many of his books have a European air. Hemingway certainly experienced Europe – he drove ambulances in Italy in the First World War, worked as a journalist in the Spanish Civil War, and lived alongside other modernist artists and writers in Paris in the 1920s – and his love for these countries, especially Spain, and their culture permeates his work.
|1||The Sentence||Broadwater Graham||4:31|
|2||Life in Rewind||Broadwater Graham||4:18|
|4||Suleiman the Magnificent||Broadwater Graham||5:02|
|5||Daddy's Girl||Broadwater Graham||6:32|
|6||Creep Like a Cat||Broadwater Graham||4:35|