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iPod Shuffle - Awake

iPod Shuffle - Awake
Awake - "Black Rebel Motorcycle Club" - Play this track here.

¿Whats this iPod Shuffle set all about? Read about it here

It happens every year I know, but it always impresses me how nature awakens after those 'Jacks in the green' have done their work over the winter. And, this track says it all to me.

Its from one of my favourite bands BRMC and an album that has most tracks as my 4 & 5 star ratings on my ipod.

The band are named after Marlon Brando's motorcycle gang in the 1953 film The Wild One and are from San Francisco, California, now based in Los Angeles, USA.
Its easy to hear their influences from Led Zeppelin, the BJM, The Stones and The Jesus and Mary Chain in their music.

Early albums were in a very rock vein, with 'Howl' showing a move to a more blues/folk style.
The first album is the best starting point for newcomers to the band. The live DVD recorded in Glasgow, Berlin, and Dublin during the Baby 81 world tour is also worth grabbing.
Oh, and tell 'em I sent you!

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A church at Winwick is recorded in the Domesday Book. The earliest parts of the present church are the bases of the north arcade which date from the early 13th century, and the walls of the Legh Chapel and the organ chamber which are dated 1330. The west tower was built in 1358, and the walls and north arcade of the nave (except for the Legh Chapel and the organ chamber) date from 1580.

The south porch was added in 1720, and the south arcade of the nave was rebuilt in 1836 reusing earlier stones. The chancel, sanctuary and vestry were rebuilt by Pugin in 1847–49 for the 13th Earl of Derby. Much damage had been done to the church in 1648 when Oliver Cromwell stationed his troops in the church after the Battle of Red Bank.

It is particularly good in spring when all the cherry trees in the graveyard blossom. A very unique building any time of year.

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