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Pat Zill - The Thinks You Should Do album mp3

Performer: Pat Zill
Title: The Thinks You Should Do
Style: Country
Rating: 4.9
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Figure Out Your Album Art. Album art is still important. As long as you get a few key things in place, releasing will be as joyous as laying down that first chord-the way it should be! Visual artists often lend their work for album covers. The Caretaker uses the paintings of Ivan Seal for his covers. When you pick a store to sell your release in, you’re also choosing to release your album in all the countries that store distributes to. You should always have a good idea of where your music is live. This will help you later on when you’re looking into your streaming stats and growing your fan base at home and abroad.

You should be wary of new reissues of old albums on vinyl. You can play a mildly warped album and it will just sound a little weird. But if a record is severely warped, like the one below, it's totally unplayable. Watch out - this kind of extreme warping can happen if your record is hit with direct sunlight for an extended stretch of time. Via apartmenttherapy. 24. How do I clean these things?

Welcome to "Five Dangerous Things You Should Let Your Children D. I don't have children. I borrow my friends' children, so (Laughter) take all this advice with a grain of salt. It's a summer program which aims to help kids to learn how to build the things that they think of. So we build a lot of things. And I do put power tools into the hands of second-graders. And despite all of our best efforts and intentions, kids are always going to figure out how to do the most dangerous thing they can, in whatever environment they can. So despite the provocative title, this presentation is really about safety and about some simple things that we can do to raise our kids to be creative, confident and in control of the environment around them. And what I now present to you is an excerpt from a book in progress. The book is called "50 Dangerous Things.

Oh, the Thinks You Can Think! is a children's book written and illustrated by Theodor Geisel under the pen name Dr. Seuss and published by Random House on August 21, 1975. The book is about the many amazing 'thinks' one can think and the endless possibilities and dreams that imagination can create. Oh, the Thinks You Can Think!" is also the name of a song in the musical play Seussical, which is based partly on this book.

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Doing those little-but-kind things yourself throughout the day. When you’re at that weird moment of Do I or don’t I hold open this door for the person who is a little bit behind me, do it. 3. Smiling at children who are smiling or looking at you. Kids are perfect, in that they think most people are generally good and nice, so don’t shatter that image by frowning or looking away from them. 14. Writing down a list - ideally on a dry erase board or something, where you can see it every day - of the things you need to do. And actually going through this list, one by one, and checking them off. I promise, it feels almost better than sex to see the whole thing crossed out. 15. Telling a friend you love them, or you’re thinking about them, or you hope they’re doing well. 16. Pointing out at least one thing in the mirror that you actually like about yourself, and that you’re excited to see.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A The Things You Should Do
Written-By – C. Howard*
2:26
B Lonesome 77203
Written-By – J. Tubb*
2:19

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Pamper Music
  • Published By – Cedarwood Music

Credits

  • Producer – Chuck Howard

Notes

D.J. Copy

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): ST 5426
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): ST 5425
  • Rights Society: BMI
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