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Carroll Max M
13832 North Cherokee Lane
Lodi , CA
(209) 944-9898
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Cherokee Memorial Park
13832 North Cherokee Lane
Lodi , CA
(209) 944-9898
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Cherokee Memorial Park and Funeral Home
Highway 99 & Harney
Lodi , CA 95240
(209) 334-9613
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Donahue Pat and Merry Gierhart and Dnhe FNRL HME Inc
123 North School Street
Lodi , CA 95240
(209) 368-2444
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Ruth Caroline Tyler

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Herbert in 1993.She is survived by her sons Michael (Frieda) Tyler of Moore and Paul Tyler of Moore; daughter, Patty (Jim) Allen of Spokane, Wash.; daughter-in-law, Julie Tyler of Lodi, Calif.; brothers Al (Betty) Kraft of Helena and Paul Kraft of Kalispell; sister, Helen Jans of Kalispell; grandchildren, Tracy (Terry) Hodik, Todd (Jennifer) Tyler, Danielle (Dave) Carson, Charlie (Deanna) Tyler, Jess Tyler, Geena Tyler, Leah Tyler, Andrew Allen, Jamie (Andrew) Dolan, and Allie Allen; nine great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.Ruth was loved by everyone and a true light of life for all who knew her. She had many memories of good times spent with loved ones and friends. She was very giving and will be deeply missed.Funeral Services for Ruth will be held Monday, June 25 at 1 p.m. at the Creel Funeral Home Chapel in Lewistown. Visitation will be held Monday from 9 a.m. until service time. Interment will follow in Moore Cemetery. Memorials can be made to the Moore Community Endowment Foundation or a charity of the donor’s choice.Service arrangements are under the care of Creel Funeral Home. Condolences for the family can be expressed online at www.creelfuneralhome.com. The following are comments from the readers. In no way do they represent the view of lewistownnews.com. All tributes will be reviewed by our Web staff before appeari... (Lewistown News-Argus)

Robert C. King — Austin

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
Robert Christopher “Bob” King, 81, of Austin, died Sunday, March 18, 2012, at Saint Marys Hospital in Rochester.Bob was born in Lodi Township to John and Genevieve King on June 23, 1930, in their home. Bob worked odd jobs to help the family until he started for the railroad company, where he worked until he was called to serve in the Army. In 1952, he was deployed for almost two years, to Germany as a driver for the anti aircraft division. After serving in the Army he returned to work at the railroad until he went to work... (Post Bulletin)

Live From Richmond - It's Live Music! - Richmond.com

Tue, Mar 6, 2012
Richmond from Brooklyn to lend us their power dualistic performanceof  art-punk-hip-hop that will sack the quarterback in all of us. Ken South Rock is not a super hero, yet a melodic rock duo from Japan. Filthy Savage defines itself as punk rock for fans of G.G Allin. Sign me up! Then you got Richmond’s best band, Bermuda Triangles, which in case you have been twiddling your thumbs out in Henricofield for too long, can be described as drum worship, toy keyboard sex antics, sax and violence, junk and then some. This show may be hazardous to your health. More the reason to show up, you know? Japanther - www.japanther.com Ken South Rock - www.youtube.com/watch?v=YmosMRNuaMc Filthy Savage - www.youtube.com/watch?v=y7bxyUJ3u1U Bermuda Triangles - www.youtube.com/watch?v=KEkWlhwhcDQ $7; 18+ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Saturday, March 3, 7 p. m. The Trigger System presents LIGHTS, Ambassadors @ Canal Club LIGHTS is a hot as you know what Canadian singer-songwriter who makes every instrument her own. Voice and keyboard play is this young harlot’s calling card. Oh my, this woman is getting more important in the music scene every day. LIGHTS is the performance name of Valerie Anne Poxleitner who quite honestly is steamrolling the world of synth-pop, electro-pop, new wave, and indie pop. Want to see a true star before she explodes, well here again is your chance. It seems like there are more and more of these type artists coming to Richmond; I for one, am all for it. Don’t ever complain about ‘anybody’ never coming to Richmond. They are coming; you just don’t go see them because your Henricofield life is more appealing. Really?!@#$? Make up for it, and attend this jig. LIGHTS - www.myspace.com/lights Ambassadors - www.myspace.com/ambassadorsband $15; All ages ------...

Remembering Two Splendid Journalists - American Journalism Review

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
Israeli border, he rattled off the names of news organizations that had rushed personnel to Tyre from Asia and Africa. During a phone conversation, I could hear bombs exploding in the distance. No, he wasn't in any danger, he said. The firepower was headed in the oppos...

Works by Clancy, Barry, Weir and Grisey - Musical Criticism

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
Opening and closing with an odd march on pizzicato cello and double bass, Musicians Wrestle Everywhere hinges on jerky syncopation, diatonic discourse, and minor pentatonic melodies, though unfortunately a lack of variety in dynamic and colour makes the piece overall a bit monotonous. Clancy's Findetotenlieder for soprano and ensemble was written for the BCMG, here joined by Susan Narucki. It's a song in six verses setting text from the visual artist Gabriel Orozco's piece Obit, which uses single lines from different obituaries in the New York Times. For example, the fifth verse of Findetotenlieder reads: 'Made a Kingdom of Popcorn. A Wordsmith Known for His Encyclopaedic Knowledge. Expert on Psychology and Prostitutes. Authority on Ballooning.' This being a song cycle on death, Mahler and Schubert et al lurk in the background, thoughts inevitably drifting to previous characterisations in art song of death. Clancy rejects, though, any emotional or psychological representation in the soprano in favour of the Tristan Tzara, Burroughs-Gysin route of sifting through the myriad dead letters of the printed mass media: the departed leaving behind them here not the memory of a warm touch but a shroud of absurd phrases and images. Narucki's soprano had the masked character of someone from Alice in Wonderland or Samuel Beckett's Watt. Find...

Dick Kniss, Bassist for Peter, Paul and Mary, Is Dead at 74

Sun, Jan 29, 2012
Basically he was a jazz bassist who didn’t think in terms of the pop point of view,” Mr. Yarrow said in a telephone interview on Friday, “and he really would develop melodic lines to complement our voices.” In a separate interview, Mr. Stookey said Mr. Kniss was not an ideal studio player because he found repeating riffs or phrases laborious; onstage, however, he said, Mr. Kniss was inventive, especially when a singer was soloing. “He had this capacity to weave countermelodies,” Mr. Stookey said. “He was the master of when to answer. In folk music, we’re telling a story. The guitars would begin it, but Dick was an orchestrator, and his entry often signified a particular turning point in a song.” Richard Lawrence Kniss was born in Portland, Ore., on April 24, 1937. His father left the family when he was very young. Reared by his mother, Bernice, he was a bit of a drifter into his late teens, never graduating from high school and focusing on his future only when he found music. His first instrument was the guitar, though, as his wife tells the story, he was lousy at it. “Someone suggested he play the bass because it didn’t have so many strings,” Ms. Kniss said. “And he just became passionate about it.” He began an itinerant music career in San Francisco, then moved to Troy, N.Y., to play in the short-lived trio Dick, Dick and Nick before landing in New York City. He was playing in a band led by the clarinetist and saxophonist Woody Herman when he heard that Peter, Paul and Mary were looking for a bassist. In addition to his wife, whom he met while he was playing a gig in the Poconos — “I was a fan,” she said — and married in 1969, he is survived by their two sons, Jonathan and Peter; a son fro... (New York Times)

Dead Folks 2011: Music - Black and White

Sun, Jan 29, 2012
Barry—like Burt Bacharach, Herb Alpert, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, and several others—helped write the soundtrack to the 20th century.That may be because Barry was composing engaging, infectious melodies for movies at a time when radio stations had theme songs and film scores in regular rotation. No one needed to see Midnight Cowboy in 1970 to memorize its haunting, lonesome theme. And for better or worse, the theme from Born Free was in the mix as well. At the top of any John Barry playlist, of course, would be the composer's personal favorite, the theme from Goldfinger. The most famous of the Bond themes boasts an unmatched brass attack with the last three of the melody's first six notes (wah waaaah wah!). That was a trademark device in many of ...

Night After Night, Dec. 15, 2011 - San Antonio Express

Thu, Dec 15, 2011
Kellogg is a confident wordsmith whose real-life experiences, not to mention friends and family, find their way into jangling pop/roots rock songs. It’s folk/rock with a punch and plenty of catchy melodies. Opener McLaughlin has a complementary sound and a new single, “Summer Is Over,” off his “Forever If Ever” album. Michael Burks at Sam’s Burger Joint. Known as the “Iron Man,” Arkansas-based Burks is a hot-handed blues guitarist with a soulful voice and a bag full of songs that rouse the fans. Burks latest CD is “Iron Man” (Alligator). A new CD is in the works. The Dog Men Poets, Transistordale at The Mix. The funky and, yes, poetic Dog Men Poets are no longer grinding it out on the weekly gig circuit because one of the Dog Men moved away, but DMP have occasional reunions. Expect high energy and crazy wo...

Night After Night, Dec. 15, 2011 - San Antonio Express

Thu, Dec 15, 2011
Kellogg is a confident wordsmith whose real-life experiences, not to mention friends and family, find their way into jangling pop/roots rock songs. It’s folk/rock with a punch and plenty of catchy melodies. Opener McLaughlin has a complementary sound and a new single, “Summer Is Over,” off his “Forever If Ever” album. Michael Burks at Sam’s Burger Joint. Known as the “Iron Man,” Arkansas-based Burks is a hot-handed blues guitarist with a soulful voice and a bag full of songs that rouse the fans. Burks latest CD is “Iron Man” (Alligator). A new CD is in the works. The Dog Men Poets, Transistordale at The Mix. The funky and, yes, poetic Dog Men Poets are no longer grinding it out on the weekly gig circuit because one of the Dog Men moved away, but DMP have occasional reunions. Expect high energy and crazy wo...

Night After Night, Dec. 15, 2011 - San Antonio Express

Thu, Dec 15, 2011
Kellogg is a confident wordsmith whose real-life experiences, not to mention friends and family, find their way into jangling pop/roots rock songs. It’s folk/rock with a punch and plenty of catchy melodies. Opener McLaughlin has a complementary sound and a new single, “Summer Is Over,” off his “Forever If Ever” album. Michael Burks at Sam’s Burger Joint. Known as the “Iron Man,” Arkansas-based Burks is a hot-handed blues guitarist with a soulful voice and a bag full of songs that rouse the fans. Burks latest CD is “Iron Man” (Alligator). A new CD is in the works. The Dog Men Poets, Transistordale at The Mix. The funky and, yes, poetic Dog Men Poets are no longer grinding it out on the weekly gig circuit because one of the Dog Men moved away, but DMP have occasional reunions. Expect high energy and crazy wo...




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