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Boutique 9 - Prominent (Turquoise) - Footwear

Boutique 9 - Prominent (Turquoise) - Footwear

Beaded glads -- a little tribal, a little exotic. Also love the turquoise color, somewhat fresh and unexpected for this style.

  • This little Datsy is a somewhat different sculpture. I love to add different embellishments to my polymer clay creations and with this little Datsy I have added some dried flowers and vintage rhinestones for her eyes. She is defin... This little Datsy is a somewhat different sculpture. I love to add different embellishments to my polymer clay creations and with this little Datsy I have added some dried flowers and vintage rhinestones for her eyes. She is definitely a unique little piece. The lil Datsy has first been sculpted from polymer clay and then I have adhered various dried flowers in places making it pleasing to the eye. I have added vintage rhinestones as her eyes and then varnished the whole piece. Size is approximate: 2-3/4" nose to booty and 1-1/4" ear to ear

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  • This little Datsy is a somewhat different sculpture. I love to add different embellishments to my polymer clay creations and with this little Datsy I have added some dried flowers and vintage rhinestones for her eyes. She is defin... This little Datsy is a somewhat different sculpture. I love to add different embellishments to my polymer clay creations and with this little Datsy I have added some dried flowers and vintage rhinestones for her eyes. She is definitely a unique little piece. The lil Datsy has first been sculpted from polymer clay and then I have adhered various dried flowers in places making it pleasing to the eye. I have added vintage rhinestones as her eyes and then varnished the whole piece. Size is approximate: 2-3/4" nose to booty and 1-1/4" ear to ear

  • This Beautiful Stone is Raw Spider Web Jasper, sometimes also referred to as Spiderman Jasper. This is a powerful yet somewhat rare stone and wonderful to use in your divination, and healing purposes. When I hold this stone in my ... This Beautiful Stone is Raw Spider Web Jasper, sometimes also referred to as Spiderman Jasper. This is a powerful yet somewhat rare stone and wonderful to use in your divination, and healing purposes. When I hold this stone in my hand I can feel its power. It has a strong immense energy field to it. This stone is approx. 2" wide, and 1" tall. Spider Jasper is a stone of Magic. It is a powerful aid to those who want to work the elemental energies of Earth, Wind, Fire, Water and Storm. It assists those who wish to utilize these energies for purposes of healing and spiritual awaking. It is blackness, embodying the inner depths of psyche and soul, and it is red, the color and vibration of the vitality of life. Its complex web of interconnecting lines mirrors its ability to assist one in finding and using the invisible connections between oneself and all that is. A true magician uses the subtle energy lines to channel powerful forces into physical manifestation directed by his or her will. This is a mineral that can awaken ones latent capacities for making things happen. There is of course great responsibility in taking such actions. One must examine oneself and ask if ones purposes are good, appropriate and correct, for magic used negatively or unconsciously will rebound upon the practitioner. It is also a great stone for self healing and well being. It activates the root chakra, bringing in more life force energies, and it protects against negative influences in both ones inner and outer environments. Outwardly, it offers something like an invisible protective shield from the negativity of others, and inwardly, it brings to awareness aspect of oneself that are unconsciously negative. For this inner purification, sleeping with the stone is highly recommended. The answers will often come in dreams. For those on the shamanic path, Spider jasper is a beneficial ally on inner journeys. Its complex webwork of red in black is reflective of the astonishing yet meaningful mazes journeys, and their protective qualities help insure a safe return. ♥ FREE SHIPPING IN THE USA! ♥ Find more Crystal's and Reiki Sets listed: http://www.etsy.com/shop/leighswiccanboutique?section_id=7326060

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  • Marmite is a vegan spread packed full of vitamins. 30% Guinness yeast, giving it a wonderful yet subtle stout flavour. The British version of the product is a sticky, dark brown paste with a distinctive, powerful flavour, which is... Marmite is a vegan spread packed full of vitamins. 30% Guinness yeast, giving it a wonderful yet subtle stout flavour. The British version of the product is a sticky, dark brown paste with a distinctive, powerful flavour, which is extremely salty and savoury with umami qualities, somewhat comparable to soy sauce.

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  • Souad Massi's "Raoui" came out at a time when I wanted to return to non-American music, but I was looking for something that sounded complete, something with soul, something that was going to take me deeper into contemporary music... Souad Massi's "Raoui" came out at a time when I wanted to return to non-American music, but I was looking for something that sounded complete, something with soul, something that was going to take me deeper into contemporary music without gimmicks. I listened to a stack of albums in the "World Music" section at the Virgin Mega Store and after nearly abandoning my search I came across the inspired talent of Souad Massi from Algeria. Souad Massi's sound is sometimes described as Algerian folk/rock, this maybe somewhat true, I'm not sure what to call it. I'm attracted to her lamentful ballads as well as her more urgent themes. Description Debut album by Algerian vocalist who is based in Paris. Thealbum fuses North African styles with western pop and folk,utilising both the acoustic guitar and the oud. Massi composed each of the songs and delivers them in either French or Arabic.

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  • Wow, Steiff is releasing a Mohair Buddha Bear. Now, if that doesn't tell you that buddhism has hit mainstream society, I don't know what does. (yes, I'm still waiting for Buddha Barbie). The 9-inch tall Buddha Bear is a part o... Wow, Steiff is releasing a Mohair Buddha Bear. Now, if that doesn't tell you that buddhism has hit mainstream society, I don't know what does. (yes, I'm still waiting for Buddha Barbie). The 9-inch tall Buddha Bear is a part of this tradition. He's exquisitely made of brass-colored mohair and his facial expression, posture, and aura were inspired by classic Buddha figures. He is 5-way jointed and his legs are slightly bent. This enables him to sit in the lotus position in which energy can flow freely. His belly is somewhat large and his nose, mouth, and claws are embroidered with gold-colored thread. The corners of the black eyes are hand painted in order to give his expression depth and dignity. Bring strength and tranquility to you home by ordering him today! Limited edition of 2,008 pieces. $250, available for pre-order now.

  • Somewhat of an homage to the fabulous Eames plywood elephant stool, this beautifully constructed toy is made from rubber wood that would have otherwise been thrown away

  • Although Mad Libs are a somewhat sneaky way to get your kids to bone up on their parts of speech, they also happen to be laugh-unti-you-cry hysterical good fun. And this new addition to the series will give both you and your kids... Although Mad Libs are a somewhat sneaky way to get your kids to bone up on their parts of speech, they also happen to be laugh-unti-you-cry hysterical good fun. And this new addition to the series will give both you and your kids a chance to bone up on your animal knowledge . . . perhaps even inspiring a nature hike or two (whilst collecting garbage and photos along the way, of course.)

  • Sequence is such a great way to add class to an outfit and dress it up. What better way to have sequence then in a skirt. I love the idea of pairing a white tank top with this cute skirt. I know it is somewhat expensive but I f... Sequence is such a great way to add class to an outfit and dress it up. What better way to have sequence then in a skirt. I love the idea of pairing a white tank top with this cute skirt. I know it is somewhat expensive but I feel like this skirt is totally worth the amount you are spending because you will get so much use out of it!!

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  • In November of 1970 James Taylor and Carole King first performed together at the Troubadour on Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood, California. Taylor had just released his debut album for the Beatles' newly formed Apple Reco... In November of 1970 James Taylor and Carole King first performed together at the Troubadour on Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood, California. Taylor had just released his debut album for the Beatles' newly formed Apple Records and King was finding her way as a first time solo performer even though by then she was a famous songwriter with a string of hits for other artists. When they returned to the club for a two-week co-headlining run in 1971 their lives were somewhat different. That summer Taylor's "Fire and Rain" was topping the charts and King's landmark Tapestry was on its way to making her a music superstar. Thirty-six years later, in November 2007, James Taylor, Carole King and members of their renowned original band "The Section" (featuring guitarist Danny Kortchmar, bassist Leland Sklar and drummer Russell Kunkel) returned to the Troubadour for a three-night, six-show run to celebrate the venue's 50th anniversary. Those historic shows are documented in Live at the Troubadour, a special 2-disc CD/DVD. This remarkable recording, culled from these unforgettable shows, features 15 songs and 75 minutes of pristine video and audio including stunning performances of the pair's most beloved hits such as Carole King's "So Far Away," "It's Too Late," and "Will You Love Me Tomorrow?" as well as James Taylor's "Carolina in My Mind," "Sweet Baby James," and "Fire and Rain," to name just a few. Taken from Amazon.com

  • I would love to have this drinks dispenser for my future Garden parties in my future backyard. I would also love somewhat brighter color, but one cannot ask for so much. It's gorgeous as it is and would make a hit with your friend... I would love to have this drinks dispenser for my future Garden parties in my future backyard. I would also love somewhat brighter color, but one cannot ask for so much. It's gorgeous as it is and would make a hit with your friends and neighbors who would keep borrowing it from me; and I will become the most popular person on the block; and folks would refer to me as the one with the ARTICHOKE, or Artichoke Lady or something :)))))

  • This is a perfect combination of my two favorite trends: Oxfords and studs. I do recognize somewhat low ROI and wearability of these babies but as the second pair of Oxfords, definitely- yes!

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  • Got this feisty little car about 2 weeks ago! Must admit I needed some convincing at first... Such a small car, with a somewhat expensive price tag (when you start adding options). But once I test drove one - that was it! This... Got this feisty little car about 2 weeks ago! Must admit I needed some convincing at first... Such a small car, with a somewhat expensive price tag (when you start adding options). But once I test drove one - that was it! This car makes me feel really secure on the road. Its handling is undeniably one of the best in its category! Also, the overall styling of the Camden (50th Anniversary Edition) is funky, fresh and luxurious! What’s not to like? Overall, this is one of the best acquisitions I made in my life! It simply makes me smile everyday! :)

  • I love these, they are very right now and feel somewhat vintage at the same time.

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  • I'm somewhat surprised no one had come out with this before. Whenever my cat or dog goes outside they tend to seek out the dirtiest areas to track in. With this easy to use plunger you won't ave to worry about that again

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  • Great for parties and family gatherings, all you've got to do is plug in the iPod and you're set to DJ. You can even attach mics so people can sing along with the music somewhat karaoke style

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  • Glen Campbell's commercial breakthrough came by way of the title track, which was the direct precursor in production terms to "Wichita Lineman," and by the same writer. The cover of Paul Simon's "Homeward Bound" is sincere if a li... Glen Campbell's commercial breakthrough came by way of the title track, which was the direct precursor in production terms to "Wichita Lineman," and by the same writer. The cover of Paul Simon's "Homeward Bound" is sincere if a little perfunctory, but Campbell's rendition of Ernest Tubb's "Tomorrow Never Comes" is a bravura performance, rich and soulful, as well as recalling Rodgers & Hammerstein's "You'll Never Walk Alone" as done by Gerry & the Pacemakers. "Cold December in Your Heart" harks back to Campbell's country-folk material, a piece of midtempo country-pop. Material like that and the similar "Back in the Race," Dorsey Burnette's "Hey Little One," Jerry Reed's "You're Young and You'll Forget," and Bill Anderson's "Bad Seed" hold up better than more pop-focused numbers like "My Baby's Gone," though the string backings on most of these very much date them. The final number here, the touching "Love Is a Lonesome River," makes a brilliant coda. By the Time I Get to Phoenix was reissued in August of 2001 in a newly remastered, upgraded edition, with somewhat crisper sound, as part of Capitol-Nashville's Cornerstones series. ~ Bruce Eder, All Music Guide « less… more »

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  • His first solo album since 1977's Netherlands, Phoenix was a fine effort but one that didn't add any new twists to Fogelberg's ever-expanding vision apparent up till then on one album after another. The album paled somewhat in com... His first solo album since 1977's Netherlands, Phoenix was a fine effort but one that didn't add any new twists to Fogelberg's ever-expanding vision apparent up till then on one album after another. The album paled somewhat in comparison to Fogelberg's previous efforts and didn't do much to expand his audience. On the other hand, it certainly didn't dissuade many from continuing to support him through buying his records and seeing him play live, both of which contributed to his receiving extensive airplay. "Longer" is perhaps the best track on the album and quickly became a live favorite. The title cut proved again that Fogelberg could rock, and as punk and new wave began creeping into the mainstream, Fogelberg appeared to be one artist who would not fade away as tastes changed. ~ Steve Matteo, All Music Guide « less… more »

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  • This somewhat blows my mind. I've never heard of an inflatable hot tub before, and t that never one with a massage mechanism as well. I would like this very much so please..

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  • I suddenly noticed my usually bushy lashes have somewhat diminished, so I invested in some highly recommended Talika Lipocils, that boasts naturally active ingredients to help condition.

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  • Coming just a year-and-a-half after their triumphant return Girls Can Tell, Kill the Moonlight isn't so much a step backward as a step sideways, almost like a breather after the emotional and musical intensity of their previous al... Coming just a year-and-a-half after their triumphant return Girls Can Tell, Kill the Moonlight isn't so much a step backward as a step sideways, almost like a breather after the emotional and musical intensity of their previous album. It isn't surprising, really, that the group would choose to follow such a cathartic album as Girls Can Tell with a collection of tougher, leaner, and meaner songs like "All the Pretty Girls Go to the City," which sounds like the inverse of Girls' "Everything Hits at Once"; "The Way We Get By," a prime example of Spoon's smart, nervy rock; or the spare, spooky pop of "Paper Tiger" and "Someone Something." It is somewhat surprising, however, that Spoon managed to pare down their sound even more on Kill the Moonlight -- tracks such as "Small Stakes" and "Something to Look Forward To" are so stripped-down and sculpted that they're practically aerodynamic; the only problem is that they don't always take off from there. Still, even the album's sparest moments feature Spoon's much-heralded knack with catchy melodies and hooks, even if songs such as "Don't Let It Get You Down" would be even more memorable with a slightly more fleshed-out approach. Hints of this appear on the songs with unique production twists, such as "Stay Don't Go," which sports a human beatbox rhythm; on the distant backing vocals and baritone saxes of "You Gotta Feel It"; and on the album-closer, "Vittorio E.," an undulating, vaguely psychedelic ballad that finally gives the band's playing and songwriting the full treatment they deserve. Though the album's brittle immediacy is far from a disappointment, and the quick turnaround between Kill the Moonlight and their previous one is a treat for Spoon fans, one can't help but notice that this album just isn't as revelatory as Girls Can Tell. But even if the artistic course Spoon seems to be plotting is two steps forward, one step back, it's more than rewarding enough to enjoy every stop on the journey. ~ Heather Phares, All Music Guide « less… more »

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  • Given Spoon’s reputation for consistency, it’s not a surprise that Transference is good. However, it manages to be good in surprising ways. This time, the band’s quest to get to the heart of their songs led them to take matters in... Given Spoon’s reputation for consistency, it’s not a surprise that Transference is good. However, it manages to be good in surprising ways. This time, the band’s quest to get to the heart of their songs led them to take matters into their own hands and produce this album themselves -- a first, which seems somewhat remarkable, considering the band’s tight control over their sound. The single “Got Nuffin” preceded Transference by six months, and its stripped-down rock was the first hint that this album might not continue Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga’s meticulous production and pop songcraft. As marvelous as the precision of that album was, the rough edges here are refreshing. Transference’s title may refer to subconscious emotional shifts, but these are some of the most direct and uncompromising songs Spoon has written. They have all the gritty promise of demos (in fact, many of these songs are basically demos), with a roomy sound that just underlines their urgency. Compared to Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga and Gimme Fiction’s polish, the Who-esque “Trouble Comes Running” might as well have been recorded on a four-track, while “Goodnight Laura”’s intimacy and imperfections make it a braver and more vulnerable lullaby. Any veneers in Britt Daniel's writing have been stripped away along with the sonic gloss, revealing songs that are more emotional, and filled with more emotions: “Written in Reverse” is the fieriest Spoon song in years, all bashed pianos and snarled vocals comparing the odd happy moments in a dying relationship to high school poppers. “I Saw the Light” is pure, in-the-moment discovery with an expansive instrumental coda that’s just as impassioned as Daniel's vocals. While Spoon’s music is almost always economical, it’s rarely simple, and Transference throws their complex contrasts into high relief. They ask the big question “Is Love Forever?,” but the more the beat hammers down and the more Daniel repeats “are you quite certain, love?” the more elusive the answer seems. “Who Makes Your Money?,” on the other hand, cloaks another tough question in a sinuous groove and spacy keyboards. Spoon take a zigzag path with each album, and Transference often feels like an equal and opposite reaction to Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga’s immediacy. But just because the band’s pop side isn’t the focus here doesn’t mean that moments like “The Mystery Zone”’s insistent groove aren’t earworms in their own way. Even if these aren’t Spoon’s easiest songs, they still deliver the best things about the band -- smarts, wit, hooks -- without any difficulty. ~ Heather Phares, All Music Guide « less… more »

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  • Following the cool reception to Insomniac, Green Day retreated from the spotlight for a year to rest and spend time with their families. During that extended break, they decided to not worry about their supposedly lost street cred... Following the cool reception to Insomniac, Green Day retreated from the spotlight for a year to rest and spend time with their families. During that extended break, they decided to not worry about their supposedly lost street credibility and make an album according to their instincts, which meant more experimentation and less of their trademark punk-pop. Of course, speedy, catchy punk is at the core of the group's sound, so there are plenty of familiar moments on the resultant album, Nimrod, but there are also new details that make the record an invigorating, if occasionally frustrating, listen. Although punk-pop is Green Day's forte, they sound the most alive on Nimrod when they're breaking away from their formula, whether it's the shuffling "Hitchin' a Ride," the bitchy, tongue-in-cheek humor of "The Grouch," the surging surf instrumental "Last Ride In," the punchy, horn-driven drag-queen saga "King for a Day," or the acoustic, string-laced ballad "Good Riddance." It's only when the trio confines itself to three chords that it sounds tired, but Billie Joe has such a gift for hooky, instantly memorable melodies that even these moments are enjoyable, if unremarkable. Still, Nimrod suffers from being simply too much -- although it clocks in at under 50 minutes, the 18 tracks whip by at such a breakneck speed that it leaves you somewhat dazed. With a little editing, Green Day's growth would have been put in sharper relief, and Nimrod would have been the triumphant leap forward it set out to be. As it stands, it's a muddled but intermittently exciting record that is full of promise. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide « less… more »

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  • On their third album, Dude Ranch, blink-182 follow in the same path as their first two, turning out 15 tracks of juvenile, adrenaline-fueled punk-pop. Some listeners will find their potty humor ("Dick Lips") somewhat irritating, b... On their third album, Dude Ranch, blink-182 follow in the same path as their first two, turning out 15 tracks of juvenile, adrenaline-fueled punk-pop. Some listeners will find their potty humor ("Dick Lips") somewhat irritating, but the group has written some surprisingly catchy hooks, which might win over skeptics. The songwriting is still a little uneven, but overall, Dude Ranch is an improvement over their first album, Cheshire Cat. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide

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  • With great sound and better playing, Phish's debut Junta is highly recommended whether you're starting to discover Phish or are backing up to the beginning. It may be a bit long-winded and unfocused, yet it establishes their dedic... With great sound and better playing, Phish's debut Junta is highly recommended whether you're starting to discover Phish or are backing up to the beginning. It may be a bit long-winded and unfocused, yet it establishes their dedication to musical exploration effectively -- not to mention the typical wild and woolly Phish humor spilling out all over the lengthy tracks. [A 2-CD Elektra reissue features six bonus tracks, including three recorded live in 1988 at Nectar's (the club that gave Phish their start with a regular gig). The live tracks are somewhat dubious in sonic terms, but they're excellent for revealing the improvisational side of the band -- the 25:31 "Union Federal" totters to a start and has a couple of wobbly moments, but it's actually fun to listen to.] ~ Steven McDonald & David Jehnzen, All Music Guide « less… more »

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  • Obliqo is somewhat like a skateboard with no hubs mixed with a bicycle. This will be perfect for quick transportation

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  • These seways are pretty nice if you plan on being on them all day, they look somewhat like futuristic motorcycles

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  • A gorgeous headboard that reminds me somewhat of M.C. Escher

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  • I love the strappy sandal in the somewhat somber pewter tone, adds a real touch of elegance.

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