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:Clayton Homes, the nation’s biggest homebuilder, which is controlled by its second-richest man — Warren Buffett.Buffett’s mobile home empire promises low-income Americans the dream of homeownership. But Clayton relies on predatory sales practices, exorbitant fees, and interest rates that can exceed 15 percent, trapping many buyers in loans they can’t afford and in homes that are almost impossible to sell or refinance, an investigation by The Center for Public Integrity and The Seattle Times has found.
Clayton Homes’ finance companies have operated in the highly-regulated mortgage lending industry for more than 40 years. Just 90 days ago, The New York Times wrote, “what distinguished Clayton Homes was that its financing division, unlike that of competitors did not engage in predatory lending or exploit its customers’ naiveté`.” Berkshire Hathaway
The Blackhawks lost to the San Jose Sharks 2-0 last night, and again were on the wrong side of a controverial ruling after a coach's challenge. The Hawks top line still has issues, should GM Stan Bowman make a trade to bring back a familiar face? Phil Jackson fired Derek Fisher on Monday, and Kurt Rambis took over as the Knicks' interim head coach. What should Phil's next move be, and will it even be in New York? Plus, the Bulls return home with a 2-5 road trip record and more injuries. Is it time for Gar Forman and John Paxson to finally admit defeat and make big moves before the trade deadline next week? Call in at 347.327.9183! BECAUSE CHICAGO LOVES SPORTS.
NBA Trade rumors are all around us and this is the what us hoop heads LOVE. Knick make a move to get Fisher OUT and now what? Are the Hawks going to hit the button and blow it up? Bulls losing Jimmy Butler for 3-4 weeks should the Bulls be looking to add a player? And the Monstars aka Golden State keeps trucking anyone and everyone. What did we learn from the OKC Thunder matchup are they the ONE to beat Dub Nation? These are just a taste of the topics on tap tonight!
TOPICS: UN SAY UNITED STATES MUST PAY COMPENSATION FOR SLAVERY, WHAT'S IT LIKE BEING RELEASED FROM PRISON AFTER 21 YEARS, WOMAN ACCUSED OF STABBING VICTIM FOR SLEEPING WITH BOYFRIEND
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TOPICS: UN Say United States Must Pay Compensation For Slavery , What It's Like To Be Released From Prison After 21 Years, Woman accused of stabbing victim for sleeping with boyfriend
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Playing Forgotten Music of the old 78 records S3productions
The Ink Spots
Ink Spots – My Prayer
Give Her My Love
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Ink Spots – My Prayer / Give Her My Love
Label: Decca – 2790 (66608)
Manufactured By – Decca Records, Inc.
Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM
A: My Prayer
Composers– George Boulanger, Jimmy Kennedy
Their biggest hit of 1939 was the Lombardo, Marks & Hill ballad "Address Unknown". This was their first #1 hit on the US Pop Charts. Other chart toppers from 1939 included "My Prayer", "Bless You", "Memories of You", and "I'm Gettin' Sentimental over You"
B: Give Her My Love
Composers– Milton Berle, Sammy Cahn, Saul Chaplin
Vocal with Instrumental Accompaniment
The Ink Spots were an African-American pop vocal group who gained international fame in the 1930s and 1940s. Their unique musical style led to the rhythm and blues and rock and roll musical genres, and the subgenre doo-wop. The Ink Spots were widely accepted in both the white and black communities, largely due to the ballad style introduced to the group by lead singer Bill Kenny.
You may have just viewed a brief description of Renee Rosnes within the parameters of this page. Trust and believe, you cannot be BRIEF when describing her talent! She has been noted as both pianist and composer for a long time - and we bless the day that she moved to New York from Vancouver in order to facilitate her reputation :)
Renee is also an arranger - please make note. And she is The "Go-To" goddess on keys for the filet mignon of artists within Jazz circles. Joe Henderson, Buster Williams, Wayne Shorter, Bobby Hutcherson. They'll TELL you. James Moody asked her to join his elite circle of musical friends in 1989. Renee was with his band until his passing in 2010.
As well as her own endeavors, Renee has taken part in grand events that would exhaust mere mortals. She has been music director for prestigious affairs (one in particular comes to mind to honor her late, beloved boss, James Moody). She has produced at Lincoln Center, has been involved with the SF Jazz Collective, has interviewed for the "Jazz Times", and has hosted her own radio show for Canada's CBC.
Please let her website do the talking, though. One perusal at her "performances" page and you'll see the kinds of company that she keeps. With Jimmy Greene, with Cecile McLoren Salvant, Anat Cohen, Ingrid Jensen, Terri Lyne Carrington, and a mainstay in her life: Ron Carter. One of the most wonderful decisions that Renee has made in her career is to consciously seek out those with whom she has a connection - rare legends have asserted that they have a connection with RENEE. It's no surprise that this amazingly intuitive artist has won multiple Juno Awards. With a birthday coming in March - and with all of these fabulous CD release shows, there is MUCH to celebrate! Join us on 2/9 - and we'll do JUST that!
Jared Dubin and Seth Partnow discuss the Kings' non-firing of George Karl and their leaky-ship organization, the merits and drawbacks of quickly cycling through coaches, the Knicks' firing of Derek Fisher, the progress of Phil Jackson's culture change in New York and where the Knicks might turn next before wrapping things up with some brief talk about Jimmy Butler's injury and the Eastern Conference playoff picture.
Oh boy...where to start with this one? The announcement we have been dreading for months and months occured tonight. What announcement was that? And what do the guys have to say about it? What do they have to say about the rest of the show as well?
Join Harry Broadhurst (PBP voice of Real Action Pro Wrestling), Tony Acero (411mania's Raw Reporter) and Rick Beslin (Facebook's Fantasy Wrestling League) (Jimmy Christopher may join as well) as they break down the February 8th edition of Monday Night Raw. In addition, you can give your thoughts by calling in at (914) 803-4532.
Cloverleaf Radio's hosts The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon and Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling's Gremlina welcome Actress Lynn Lowry, Best known for her work in such films as George Romero's "The Crazies" "Fighting Mad" "I Drink Your Blood" and "Sugar Cookies"! JOIN US!