On July 28th, the two-disc Garcia Live Volume Nine will be released, featuring previously unheard recordings from Jerry Garcia and Merl Saunders during a performance on August 11th, 1974 at the Keystone in Berkeley, California. With Jerry Garcia on guitar and vocals, and Merl Saunders on keys and vocals, the band was rounded out by Martin Fierro on sax and flute, John Kahn on bass, and Bill Kreutzmann on drums—a group that later became Legion of Mary sans Kreutzmann and with Ron Tutt on drums instead.Jerry Garcia 75th Birthday Concert Series AnnouncedAhead of Garcia Live Volume Nine‘s release, tracks off the upcoming album have been slowly rolled out to preview the record. Yesterday, “(I’m A) Road Runner” was officially released to the public and premiered via Grateful Web. “(I’m A) Road Runner” is a cover of Junior Walker’s 1966 Motown classic and was regularly performed over the years by Garcia with his various solo projects. This latest track off Garcia Live Volume Nine comes after the release of performances of Jimmy Cliff’s “The Harder They Come” and “Ain’t No Woman (Like The One I’ve Got)” from the August 11th, 1974 Keystone show.You can listen to all three tracks below. You can also pre-order Garcia Live Volume Nine here ahead of its official release later in the month. Garcia Live Volume Nine Track ListingDisc One/Set OneThat’s What Love Will Make You DoLa LaIt Ain’t No UseMystery TrainDisc Two/Set TwoThe Harder They ComeAin’t No Woman (Like The One I’ve Got)It’s Too Late(I’m A) Road RunnerThe Night They Drove Old Dixie Down[H/T JamBase]
Veritas, the €2.7bn Finnish pensions insurer, made a 5.8% total return on investments in 2015, down from 6.4% the year before, according to preliminary results.At the end of October, the Finnish pension fund said it made a 2.4% total return on investments in the first nine months of the year, so returns appear to have accelerated in the last quarter of 2015. The pensions firm said market volatility intensified at the end of last year in liquid risk assets such as equities and corporate bonds.Niina Bergring, investment director, said: “Diversification became increasingly important, and its importance will increase further.” Bergring said real estate investments, which had traditionally performed well for the pension provider, produced good returns over the course of last year.“The Finnish real estate market really woke up in the last year, and there were a lot of transactions,” she said.The global economic cycle is approaching a mature phase and the market outlook characterised by uncertainty, she said.Bergring said the Chinese economy was continuing to cause concern, and that Veritas had taken a cautious position regarding this country.This stance has been advantageous, she said.“In 2016, we are striving for a steady return with a moderate risk profile,” she said.According to the preliminary annual figures, Veritas’s solvency capital stood at around 28%, with the solvency ratio at 2.2%For 2014, Veritas reported its solvency capital at 29.1% of technical provisions, and the ratio as 2.2%.
Versailles, IN—Tyson Library will begin a phased reopening beginning Monday, May 11 with curbside pickup. Curbside pick-up will begin on Monday by appointment only. You can schedule your book or movie pick-up by calling the library at 812-689-5894. There is a link to a google document on the library Facebook page and you can click here to access the library website that can be used to choose your items, but you will still need to call to schedule a time. Also available will be “grab n’ go” pickup bags for staff chosen books with a theme, such as dinosaurs or tractors.The procedure for pick up is as follows:Once the online form is completed, a library staff member will call the number listed on the form to schedule a time to pick up the items.When you arrive for your pick-up call the library at 812-689-5894 to let us know you are here.Remain in your vehicle and a library staff member will bring your items out and either place them in your opened trunk or on the table set up on the front sidewalk.After the staff member has left, come to the table to collect your items.If you have any items to return, they can be left in the tote that will be sitting by the table.Virtual programs only will be offered this summer. Check our Facebook page to see what is offered. Virtual storytime has already begun for children ages 2-6.
Daniels, Bournemouth. Played: 90mins (1-0 v Chelsea) – Bournemouth have scored plenty of goals since joining the top table but Daniels and Co showed they can keep the big boys out too with a clean sheet at Stamford Bridge. Shawcross, Stoke. Played: 90mins. (2-0 v Man City) – After taking eight attempts to record a clean sheet in Shawcross’ absence, Stoke have now kept opponents at bay in four of the five games since he returned. Reid, West Ham. Played: 90mins (0-0 v Man Utd) – Louis van Gaal’s United were left frustrated again at Old Trafford and New Zealander Reid, the immovable object at the heart of the Hammers’ defence, was a large part of that. Cresswell, West Ham. Played: 90mins. (0-0 v Man Utd) – The energetic left-back helped keep United at bay at one end while producing the delivery which almost led to a goal for the visitors at the other. Shaqiri, Stoke. Played: 70mins. (2-0 v Man City) – This was the moment Stoke fans have been waiting for ever since Shaqiri swapped Milan for Staffordshire as he terrorised Manuel Pellegrini’s side and produced a pair of assists. Wijnaldum, Newcastle. Played: 90 mins (2-0 v Liverpool) – The Dutch international could have revived Newcastle’s season in early December – even if Martin Skrtel’s key deflection may well rob him of a double against Liverpool. Alli, Tottenham. Played: 80mins. (1-1 v West Brom) – Roy Hodgson was watching England’s new bright hope and he did not leave disappointed as teenager Alli scored his third goal for club and country since the start of November. Mahrez, Leicester. Played: 90mins. (3-0 v Swansea) – No Jamie Vardy goal, no problem for new league leaders Leicester, for whom Mahrez scored a hat-trick and took his tally for the season into double figures. Arnautovic, Stoke. Played: 90mins. (2-0 v Man City) – A first-half brace from the Austrian put City to the sword and his only disappointment was not scoring a hat-trick when he had other good chances. Ighalo, Watford. Played: 90 mins. (2-0 v Norwich) – Striker Igahlo won the penalty which broke the deadlock for the Hornets and then finished off a chance himself to score his 25th goal of an incredible calendar year. Lloris, Tottenham. Played: 90mins. (1-1 v West Brom) – No clean sheet for the France and Spurs captain but his fantastic reflex save to deny Jonas Olsson’s volley late on extended the north Londoners’ unbeaten run to 14 games. Press Association
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