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1. Freezing Rain

  • Published: 2017-11-19T02:39:15Z
  • By D.W Moore
Freezing Rain

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2. Onyx

  • Published: 2017-11-13T04:54:00Z
  • By D.W Moore
Onyx

Black Onyx is the crystal of determination and strength. It gets you through the difficult and tragic times in your life, gives a sense of certainty, and teaches you how to let go. Find the Onyx in your life. Foster Perserverance. for Christian

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3. Deucalion

  • Published: 2016-11-15T20:06:35Z
  • By D.W Moore
Deucalion

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4. Among The Outcasts

  • Published: 2017-04-14T17:04:59Z
  • By D.W Moore
Among The Outcasts

Among the outcasts- A person who is pushed away from their home or society A homeless wanderer, a rejected matter. Discarded from normal and privileged life. Forgotten. A person who discovers their own unique walk of life. A settler, an unwelcomed idealist. Embracing an isolated existence. A Contender.

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5. Storm Inside

  • Published: 2017-11-13T04:32:16Z
  • By D.W Moore
Storm Inside

What Defines Us? Choices Will To Live Drive To Succeed Effect of Loss Glow of the Soul for Chapman

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6. Judgement In Echoes

  • Published: 2017-11-19T01:25:34Z
  • By D.W Moore
Judgement In Echoes

People come and go. Experiences and memories are forgotten. We take the people closest to us for granted, and to often let new influences destroy us. Then what is left? Find Judgement in the Echoes of your past. Cherish the people who mean the most, and above all... Make every moment count. for Wyatt, Carter, and Gabriel

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7. Cloud - Walker

  • Published: 2017-11-13T03:48:36Z
  • By D.W Moore
Cloud - Walker

Cloud-Walker- Put yourself in the mind of an unbelievable individual. Someone who, despite life’s unrelenting struggles, maintains the highest level artistic creativity. They radiate loving and positive energy to those around them, when they need it most. Someone who walks in the clouds of their own imagination. Find this person in your life, and never let them go. -for Margo, an unbelievable individual.

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8. End of Cheap Nature, interview with Jason W. Moore

End of Cheap Nature, interview with Jason W. Moore

Jason W. Moore interviewed by Sasha Lilley, on KPFA's Against the Grain, 8 July, 2014

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9. Quadruple by Jude Traxler, Joe W Moore III, Chad Heiny, and Brett William Dietz

Quadruple by Jude Traxler, Joe W Moore III, Chad Heiny, and Brett William Dietz

Recorded live on April 3, 2017 at Louisiana State University. Brett Dietz - 4 Chinese tom toms, loud metal (w/kick), trash splash cymbal, claves. Chad Heiny -field drum, piccolo snare drum, bass drum (w/kick), large triangle, maracas. Joe Moore - conga, djembe, cajon (w/kick), sizzle cymbal, Tibetan finger cymbals. Jude Traxler - 4 clay pots, 2 desk bells, small bass drum (w/kick), steel bowl with coins.

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10. Anthropocene or Capitalocene? interview with Jason W. Moore

Anthropocene or Capitalocene? interview with Jason W. Moore

Jason W. Moore, interviewed by Sasha Lilley, KPFA's Against the Grain, 1 july 2014

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11. World Accumulation and Planetary Life, Jason W. Moore, 10.10.17

World Accumulation and Planetary Life, Jason W. Moore, 10.10.17

Why does it seem easier to imagine the end of the world than to see the end of capitalism? Part of the answer turns on a rift between radical economic and ecological thought: one emphasizing capitalism’s economic woes, the other, how capitalism propels manifold biophysical crises, climate change above all. In this talk, Jason W. Moore suggests how we might mobilize the insights of both in a new synthesis that reveals the exhaustion of capitalism’s business-as-usual strategies, cohered over five centuries of conquest, colonialism, and capital accumulation.

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12. Pete's Percussion Podcast: Episode 44 - Joe W. Moore III

Pete's Percussion Podcast: Episode 44 - Joe W. Moore III

University of Texas at Rio Grande Valley Percussion Professor Joe W. Moore III talks about getting the job in Brownsville as well as the merger of the Brownsville and Pan American schools (01:20), growing up all over the USA as well as Germany (26:25), some shenanigans in Germany (36:45), cultivating his love of percussion and drumset while living in so many places (42:00), going to Central Florida for undergrad (53:25), the University of South Carolina for his master’s (01:10:40), and LSU for his doctorate (01:22:25). He then allows himself to be subject to some Random-Ass Questions (01:38:45). Finishing with a rave on Richard Wright’s Black Boy (American Hunger) (01:55:15).

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13. Episode 5: Dinty W. Moore

Episode 5: Dinty W. Moore

Interview with Dinty W. Moore, author of The Story Cure. Show notes at the Brevity blog http://wp.me/pMFr-2PZ

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14. Visible Light by Joe W Moore III

Visible Light by Joe W Moore III

Visible Light for solo crotales by Joe W Moore III. Brett William Dietz, crotales.

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15. "The Final Service" by Gary W. Moore, read by Pamela Klein

Forty-year-old Sandy Richards is a successful music teacher, wife, and mother living a comfortable middle-class life in a small Midwestern town. But behind her warm smile and easy laugh is a heavy burden she cannot release. During her childhood, Sandy (or “Shadow” as just about everyone knew her) was inseparable from her larger-than-life father, a World War II hero she adored. Sandy followed him everywhere, hung on his every word, and loved him with all her heart as only a young child can. It was more difficult to love him at some times than at others, especially when he was there and then he was gone — right in front of her eyes without ever leaving the house. For reasons she would not fully understand until many years later, something went horribly wrong and their relationship fractured, seemingly forever, when her father died of lung cancer on one long, hot summer evening. His passing left Shadow alone to “sort through his warehouse of junk,” an old storage facility jammed with emotions so overwhelming they balanced her on the edge of suicide. Then, when and where she needed him most, a stranger entered her life. And everything changed once more. The Final Service offers a riveting story about human nature, emotional abandonment, and how unfulfilled dreams left a middle-aged woman on the brink of personal destruction until one event forever altered the core of her belief system and her life. It is a story of faith, family, and forgiveness, and the realization that forces larger and more powerful than ourselves are at work in our lives in ways we are unable to fully understand.

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16. Epoch by Joe W. Moore III

Epoch by Joe W. Moore III

world premiere of "Epoch" by Dr. Joe W. Moore III. live recording from January 17, 2016 at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, LA

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17. Dinty W. Moore on 'The Mindful Writer' - PW FaithCast Podcast

Dinty W. Moore on 'The Mindful Writer' - PW FaithCast Podcast

PW FaithCast speaks with author Dinty W. Moore about his new book, 'The Mindful Writer,' which blends the Buddhist tradition of mindfulness with the process of writing. Listen as we discuss the qualities of a good writer, the dangers of waiting for inspiration, and more.

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