My Life in the Bush of Ghosts is the first album by Brian Eno and David Byrne, released in February 1981. It integrates sampled vocals and found sounds, African and Middle Eastern rhythms, and electronic music techniques. It was recorded prior to Eno and Byrne's work on Talking Heads' album Remain in Light (1980), but sample clearance delayed its release by several months.
Bush (stylized in all caps) is the thirteenth studio album by American rapper Snoop Dogg. It was released on May 12, 2015, by Columbia Records, Doggy Style Records and I Am Other. The album was produced by Pharrell Williams with additional production by Chad Hugo. It features guest appearances from Kendrick Lamar, Stevie Wonder, Charlie Wilson, Gwen Stefani, . Bush was the first album by the rapper after his return to the hip hop moniker Snoop Dogg.
An album that's built on serendipity- on Brian Eno fooling around with a new type of drum machine, on syncing the hook in a tape loop to a chorus, on finding the right horrors on the radio- can't score 100%. But even if you cut it some slack, crucial parts of the album don't sound as intriguing today as they once did- namely, all of the voices. The seven bonus tracks will provoke more arguments than they settle. The setlist of Bush of Ghosts has changed several times over the years, and the diehard fans will still have to swap left-out cuts that aren't resurrected here; most famously, "Qu'ran", an apparently sacreligious recording of Koran verses set to music, doesn't get anywhere near this reissue. The songs that are here include a few that sound almost finished, including "Pitch to Voltage", and others that would fit almost as well as anything in the second half of the disc.
Jim Capretta, of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, is one of the smartest and most interesting right-of-center thinkers on health care policy. His edge comes from his tenure as an associate director at the White House Office of Management and Budget in George W. Bush’s first term, where federal health-care spending was his primary focus. While Jim was in the White House, the Bush administration passed several major laws using the reconciliation process, including the 2001 and 2003 tax cut packages.
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