"Colorful Jazz" by Debra Hurd
Welcome to the Crime Jazz Unit!
The Crime Jazz Unit provides a Soundtrack to the wrong doings against society.
Along with the usual suspects of Crime Jazz, Exotica, Erotica and cool groove soundtrack you will also receive additional privileges such as:
- Tips on how to commit a perfect crime or how to get on in prison should things go screwy
- The Texas Death Row weekly spotlight, highlighting last words and last meals
- Stupid laws and or crimes
- Excerpts from our favourite Crime authors
- Death Row recipes
- and much much more…
By following us here at the Crime Jazz Unit you will receive a new episode every two weeks as a reward for good behaviour.
Now, keep out of trouble.
CJUClick here to listen to the Episode, if you've got the guts
"… park it over there for half an hour or so and keep quiet. That is if you are attached to those pearly whites in your kisser!"
Track listing below
1 The Spies Cyril Stapleton and his Orchestra
2 Come Spy With Me Hugo Montenegro and his Orchestra
3 Willie's Theme The Diplomats of Solid Sound
4 The Man From T.H.R.U.S.H Lalo Schifrin
5 Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) Edwin Astley
6 The Heist Alan Tew
7 Beat Girl John Barry
8 Walk and Talk Syd Dale
9 Buns O'Plenty Issac Hayes
"In horrible times of wars, you probably wonder what keeps soldiers from going crazy. Letters and calls from loved ones, you might say, right? But you know something that’s really effective? Little furry, cutesy-wutesy pets. They say that dogs make you live a happier and longer life, while cats keep your blood pressure down.
I think that is exactly what soldiers need after being in a battle field for the whole day. Pets are fun and loving. They make the time pass in happiness; they make you forget about the problems you have. They are little miracle workers. Here is a selection of photos in which soldiers are either playing or petting a furry friend. It’s a contrast between brutality and softness. It’s great to see the bonding between soldiers and pets; it’s like they’re taking good care of each other."
Image Credit : Dawn Endico
"Found in all types of climates, tafoni are most common in tidal areas and, conversely, in deserts.
...Tafoni also come in three different forms – honeycomb, cellular and nested. They were first defined scientifically in the nineteenth century and as a geomorphic topic have attracted many geologists as well as the more casual onlooker. What unites the scientist and the layman is the sense of awe that they can inspire."