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Mini USB Data Computer PC Sync Cable Lead For SanD&hellip by iZKA®
5.0 out of 5 stars Longer is better, 8 Jan 2014
The original lead for the Sansa Clip was only 20 cm long, which meant that I had to get on to my knees to read the display after plugging it into the USB port near the bottom of my PC. After I thought the lead had been lost, I ordered this replacement, and found it to be very nearly 2 metres in length. No more kneeling for me!! Now even though I have found the original lead, I shan't be using it.
The Best Of Everything <a href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/The-Best-Everything-Laurindo-Almeida/dp/artist-redirect/B00379PI26">Laurindo Almeida</a><span class="byLinePipe"> | </span><span class="byLinePipe">Format:</span> MP3 Download
The Best Of Everything Laurindo Almeida MP3 Download
I used to have this on LP 30 years ago but, alas, it went the same way as the record player when I changed over to CD's. Now, however, I am absolutely delighted to be able to get hold of it again.

The CD consists of 10 tracks, recorded in the early 70's, played on the acoustic guitar by Almeida, together with orchestral arrangements, and they all have his typical bossa nova rhythm. As such, they make wonderful background music (I used to do the ironing to them), but they are well worth a close listen, too. (N.B. Track 5 is the theme from "Nicholas and Alexandra", not "Nicholas and Alexander" as it states - that must have been the gay remake).

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The Look of Love and the Sounds of Laurindo Almeid&hellip <a href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/Look-Love-Sounds-Laurindo-Almeida/dp/artist-redirect/B00A96YC3Q">Laurindo Almeida</a><span class="byLinePipe"> | </span><span class="byLinePipe">Format:</span> MP3 Download
4.0 out of 5 stars '60's Best Bossa, 24 May 2013
I used to have this on LP 30 years ago but, alas, it went the same way as the record player when I changed over to CD's. Now, however, I am absolutely delighted to be able to get hold of it again.

The CD consists of 11 tracks, recorded at the end of the 60's, played on the acoustic guitar by Almeida, together with orchestral arrangements, and they all have his typical bossa nova rhythm. As such, they make wonderful background music (I used to do the ironing to them), but they are well worth a close listen, too. What I personally find delightful is that these downloads are in stereo, whereas my old LP was mono (there, that dates me!).

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