It seems that the new Phish album could be released any day now, as eight new titles have just appeared on the band’s work title registration list on BMI. As BMI is responsible for Phish’s music publishing and royalties, the confirmed registration of these new titles – as well as some other recently registered works – could indicate that the new album release is imminent.The whole process began last winter, when Phish announced during their Mexico run that they would be working on an album during the off-season. That album was subsequently recorded in Nashville, and guitarist Trey Anastasio announced that the album was completed during the band’s performance in San Francisco, just a few weeks ago. With appearances at LOCKN’, Dick’s, and a fall tour on the schedule, this would be an ideal time to build hype surrounding a new release. The band also performed a number of new originals on tour.As reported by Phishatthemann, the number of Phish’s registered song titles jumped from 208 to 216 today. This can be confirmed by the work order number associated with each song, as the number increases proportionally with time – aka newer songs have higher numbers. There are eight songs that have numbers in the #22,000,000 range, listed below:-Ass Handed-Blaze On-Breadth And Burning (spelled differently than listed on LivePhish during summer shows)-Friends-Let’s Go-Miss You-Shade-Tide TurnsAdditionally, there are two songs that must have been added recently, as they are in the #20,000,000 range for their work order number. This includes “How Many People Are You” and “No Men In No Man’s Land,” both songs that debuted during the summer of 2015. As a reference, songs from the Fuego album appear in the #17,000,000-18,000,000 range, as they have now been registered for two years.An album with these ten songs is certainly exciting, though there is currently no inclusion of the 15-minute instrumental piece that was mentioned in an interview with Hamilton percussionist Andrés Forero back in June. Forero contributed to every track on the studio album after meeting the Phish crew at a performance of Hamilton back in January, and referenced a “15-minute piece with classical percussion” when talking about the unlikely collaboration. Also notably absent are “Mercury,” “Things People Do,” and “Waking Up Dead,” though the registration for those and others could still be in the works.It seems likely that an announcement of the new album could come any day now, and we’ll be sure to update when we have more information. You can check the BMI listing here.
Emily Seebohm with her puppy, Pongo, at home in Hendra. Picture: Nigel Hallett.EMILY Seebohm is a champion Australian swimmer and Olympic medallist. She lives in Brisbane with her dog, Pongo. 5. If money was no option, what would be your fantasy home and where? Emily Seebohm with a medal during a ceremony for the Women’s 200m Backstroke final of the 14th FINA World Swimming Championships at Hangzhou Olympic Sports Expo. Photo: Lintao Zhang/Getty Images.3. What would you change about your home? I would change my study to have more natural light.At the moment it’s in a room with no natural light.4. What is the best thing about your suburb? My family live on the same street! I would have to say Bora Bora, just because I love the ocean and swimming and being around water. 1. Where do you live and why? Hendra, because it’s a beautiful area and close to my training pools.2. What do you love about your home? My pool.Even though I am always in the water, I like to just sit and enjoy some sunshine and swimming at home.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus13 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market13 hours ago
1 Danny Welbeck says he is relishing playing alongside Alexis Sanchez and believes he is already up to speed with his new Arsenal teammates.The former Manchester United man joined the Gunners on transfer deadline day for a fee of £16m.Since then Welbeck has made a bright start to his Arsenal career, scoring five goals in his first seven appearances.And the England international admits that he is loving life at Arsenal and linking up with the club’s top players, especially £35m man Sanchez.“It’s a pleasure to play with Alexis. He’s persistent, he keeps going and they are [the attributes of] somebody I like to play alongside,” Welbeck told Arsenal’s website.“It’s the same with all the other players in the team. I’m really getting to know the players much better now and hopefully now we can go on a nice run of winning games.” Danny Welbeck
Does your dog exhibit aggressive behaviour towards people or other dogs and animals?Dog aggression is one of the most difficult things to deal with and should only be done by a professional. Dogs exhibit aggressive behaviour for lots of reasons. Mostly dog aggression spawns from improper socialisation.Not socialising your dog leads to lack of confidence which in turn produces fear or nervousness. When a dog is frightened they will either do two things fight or flight. If they have learned that fighting makes the thing that they fear go away they will continue to act aggressively.If they figure out they can get away they more than likely try to do this when seeing another dog or person that they are afraid of.How can a dog that has been so happy suddenly become aggressive? A lot of the time excitement is seen as aggression a dog wants to get over to meet another dog and pulls the owner across the road the owner gets angry tugs at the dogs collar and gives off “bad boy”. Your dog who was excited now thinks this new dog has caused all this punishment and over time with consistency you accidently created a dog that wants to attack a dog.Small dog syndromeIf you have a small dog that acts aggressively towards other dogs ask yourself a few questions.Did you think to yourself “it’s fine it’s just a small dog”? This dog doesn’t need socialised.Have you seen a big dog walking towards you and immediately lift your dog up?Or have you just made excuses for your dog because it is small “oh he’s harmless his bark is worse than his bite”?If you answered yes to one or more of these you more than likely have created all your dogs’ insecurities or aggression issues. Hopefully you can now see that small dog syndrome is not the dog’s syndrome but the owner’s syndrome.Dog aggression can spawn from so many different places so it is important to achieve some level of socialising and training with your dog before it gets to that stage.If you are experiencing these issues or any similar it’s important to get in touch with a professional who has experience with aggressive behaviour as this is very dangerous and should not be taking lightly.Please do not try attempt to train an aggressive dog at home the results could be devastating Dog Day Care is a place where you can drop your dog off before work and collect them when you are finished. Your dog will socialise, play and exercise with other dogs throughout the day all under the supervision of a Professional Trainer.Your dog may also benefit from being around a professional trainer and learn some new and good behaviours. Dogs that regularly socialise are less likely to exhibit bad behaviours like reacting to dogs on leads, destroying the house, hyper active or excessive barking.K9 Academy also offers Dog training, Puppy Classes and Behaviour modification.Why not drop your dog off for a day off fun and socialising with other dogs in a safe envirnoment while you get going with your busy day.Dog Day Care -€10per day – €20 for 3 days – €35 for 5 days(monday–friday).Opening hours 8am – 6:30pm For anyone that has 2 or more dogs contact for special deals If you would like to find out more you can visit the website www.K9academy.ie . Visit the facebook page https://www.facebook.com/callK9academyOr call 0864468313 or Unit 3 Carrygally Business Park, Lismonaghan, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal.DD Pets: Stop your dog being aggressive – with K9 Academy was last modified: August 9th, 2016 by Ray BreslinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:aggressive dogsK9 ACADEMYletterkennyRay Breslin