AMY WINEHOUSE …and the CURSE of 27

DRUGS? The 27 CURSE?

A very Sad Day in the World of Music. Saturday July 23, 2011.. Amy Winehouse Passed away in London.
Amy struggled with Substance Addiction of Drugs and Alcohol. It’s very Sad that Amy was unable to overcome these Tragic Problems and has now passed on.
Already Newspapers, Magazines, The Media is grabbing on to what is known in the Rock World as
“The Curse of 27” referring to other Famous Rock-Stars who have Died at the Age of 27; Janis Joplin,
Jimi Hendrix, Curt Cobane, and Jim Morrison.
It’s a great Loss to the World of Music, especially when you consider that Amy was one of the “FEW GREAT MUSICAL ARTIST” in a GENERATION of SHITTY MUSIC. They Barely make any Good Music these Days, and Amy Winehouse was one of the Few, with Great Sonfs like; VALERIE, LOVE is A LOSING GAME, and a Great rendition of a Caroll King’Shirelles Masterpiece “WILL YOU STILL LOVE ME TOMORROW.”
Amy, were are so Sorry that you were Unable to Overcome Your Demons. God Bless You and May You Rest in Peace….. You Will Be Missed by MILLIONS

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by Daniel Bellino Zwicke

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LA TAVOLA ..ITALIAN-AMERICAN NEW YORK’S ADVENTURES of The TABLE

LA TAVOLA  by Daniel Bellino Zwicke,  available August 2011 on AMAZON.com

Ever wonder what it would be like to have a book that could be described as A Year in Provence meets New York Italian America? Well that sort of explains La Tavola. A book about Italian-American Friends and Family in New York and the metropolitan area surrounding it. Where tables are filled with
Chianti, Antipasto, Pasta, Sausage, and Meatballs instead of Coq au Vin and Bouf Bourguignon, and the lush rural Sun-Soaked landscape of Provence in The South of France is replaced with Italian-American New Yorker’s in Brooklyn, Jersey, Manhattan, and Da Bronx, home to Dion and The Belmonts, Al Pacino, and Jake LaMotta.
The characters in La Tavola replace the French of A Year in Provence with Italian-Americans, Italian and Italian-American Food replace the French and French Food while Trattoria and Pork Stores are in place of the French by Butcher and Bistros. La Tavola is filled with many wonderful stories of life among the Italians of New York, with many antidotes and info on; who has the Best Sausages or Cannoli, which are the best Italian Restaurants, Caffes, and Italian Pastires. Including 30 Wonderful Recipes from Daniel and his Family. Enjoy!

AUGUST 2011 at AMAZON.comLA TAVOLA