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There are no dates given with the 15 tracks on this compilation, but the liner notes do make clear that this is mid-'70s material, and there are songwriting credits. Be thankful for what you get! As the title makes clear, this is from the time when Inner Circle featured the talented lead singer Jacob Miller, who died in a car crash in 1980. Miller is indeed the focal point of the music on this collection, with a clearer, lighter timbre than many other reggae vocalists. The roots-reggae music, too, exhibits a lighter touch and more pop and American soul influences than much of its competition from the era, occasionally even opting for some sweet tinkling bells, strings, and female backup vocals. In much music criticism -- not just for reggae, but for all popular forms -- a "pop" influence is equated with lesser or even less honest music. The fact is, however, that Inner Circle's recordings from this time are distinguished, and refreshingly so, from oodles of other Jamaican reggae precisely by that pop element. They didn't eschew serious topics and Rastafarianism in their songs, either, as songs like "Forward Jah Jah Children" and "None Shall Escape the Judgement" testify. Still, some of the best moments here occur when they opt for some unexpected covers, from Al Green ("Here I Am Baby") and Johnny Mathis ("I'm Going Home") to the Chi-Lites ("Homely Girl") and several Bob Marley compositions. A worthwhile reggae anthology that might find favor with some listeners that aren't reggae specialists.



Miller has a tremendous feel to spin a curveball. It is his best pitch and one of the top curveballs in the prep class. He started throwing his curveball when he was 13 years old, he said. Since then, the high school senior has developed the pitch into a harder and sharper offering. He also has improved his ability to locate the pitch, allowing it to develop into an above-average offering that posts high spin rates.

Gets you back onto the playing field or into your daily activities as quickly and safely as possible. Our rehabilitation programs are designed exclusively for your active lifestyle and are tailored to meet your specific demands with an accelerated approach. Dr. Jacob Miller and the team of physical therapists work with you to help determine the best course of action.

Miller, who is ranked as not only one of the top pitchers in Ohio, but he listed as one of the best in his class in the country. He struck out 20 batters against Circleville and then followed that up a week later by striking out 21 batters against Amanda-Clearcreek.

Chris Hedges is the author of numerous best-selling books and, as a seasoned journalist, was part of a team that received the 2002 Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Reporting. His most recent book is When Atheism Becomes Religion: America's New Fundamentalists.

Amy Goodman is best known as the principal host of Pacifica Radio's Democracy Now! program and for her work as an investigative journalist. She coauthored the book Standing Up to the Madness: Ordinary Heroes in Extraordinary Times with her brother, David Goodman.

Matt Miller is a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress and a columnist for Fortune. He is the host of KCRW's Left, Right & Center program. His book, The Two Percent Solution: Fixing America's Problems in Ways Liberals and Conservatives Can Love, was a Los Angeles Times best seller.

Jacob Weisberg is chairman and editor-in-chief of the Slate Group. Before joining Slate, Weisberg wrote about politics for magazines including The New Republic, Newsweek,Vanity Fair, and The New York Times Magazine. His most recent book, The Bush Tragedy, was a New York Times best seller in 2008.

Results: The subject's single-limb postural control varied significantly among different testing protocols (F = 103; P = 0.000). Subjects' postural control was the worst with added physical demands and the best with the default condition with extrinsic visual feedback. Pairwise comparison shows subjects performed significantly worse in all modified protocols (P P P = 0.000); no extrinsic visual feedback with cognitive demands (r = 0.569; P = 0.022); no extrinsic visual feedback with physical demands (r = 0.683; P = 0.004). However, the CAIT score is not significantly correlated with the single-limb balance control from any of the 4 protocols: Default with extrinsic visual feedback (r = -0.210; P = 0.434); no extrinsic visual feedback (r = -0.450; P = 0.081); no extrinsic visual feedback with cognitive demands (r = -0.406; P = 0.118); no extrinsic visual feedback with physical demands (r = -0.351; P = 0.182).

Sorensen finished third overall, and was the top Division III finisher, in the pole vault at the Cornell Greg Page Relays. He cleared a personal-best 4.92 meters (16' 1.75") that is currently tied for second nationally in Division III and would have been tied for eighth on last year's national indoor qualifying list. 041b061a72


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