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Sarah Ferguson, Princess Eugenie Royal WeddingSarah Ferguson is staying silent no more.
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I’m Here to Help – Craig Ferguson

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I’m Here to Help

Craig Ferguson

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 3.95

Publish Date: September 13, 2013

© ℗ © 2013 New Wave Dynamics

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Basic Audio Mixing Techniques – Duncan Ferguson

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Basic Audio Mixing Techniques

A beginners guide for improving the quality of your audio recordings.

Duncan Ferguson

Genre: Music

Publish Date: November 6, 2017

Publisher: Learning Ideas Limited

Seller: Learning Ideas Limited


This is designed for music teachers, students and podcasters.  It provides concise and effective techniques for improving the quality of any audio that you record.

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Guitar Scales and Chords – D Minor – John Rodney Ferguson

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Guitar Scales and Chords – D Minor

Aeolian, Dorian, Blues, Pentatonic, Phrygian and Melodic Minor Ascending and Descending

John Rodney Ferguson

Genre: Music

Publish Date: February 5, 2014

Publisher: John Rodney Ferguson

Seller: John Rodney Ferguson


Learn to play the guitar in your favourite key! The Guitar Scales and Chords eBook has seven different scales in the key of D Minor. The Aeolian, Dorian, Blues, Pentatonic, Phrygian and Melodic Minor Ascending and Descending scales are all presented with chords that uniquely fit each scale.  Use the chord progression layout together with chord diagrams and fretboard layout to get the most from your style of play. 

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Guitar Scales and Chords – B Minor – John Rodney Ferguson

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Guitar Scales and Chords – B Minor

Aeolian, Dorian, Blues, Pentatonic, Phrygian and Melodic Minor Ascending and Descending

John Rodney Ferguson

Genre: Music

Publish Date: February 2, 2014

Publisher: John Rodney Ferguson

Seller: John Rodney Ferguson


Learn to play the guitar in your favourite key! The Guitar Scales and Chords eBook has seven different scales in the key of B Minor. The Aeolian, Dorian, Blues, Pentatonic, Phrygian and Melodic Minor Ascending and Descending scales are all presented with chords that uniquely fit each scale.  Use the chord progression layout together with chord diagrams and fretboard layout to get the most from your style of play. 

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The Abalone Shell – Maren Ferguson

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The Abalone Shell

Maren Ferguson

Genre: Contemporary

Publish Date: April 23, 2017

Publisher: Sunset Rose Books

Seller: Suzanne OConnell


The message was undeniable… Fight for her. Six months after her divorce, Hope St. Cloud is struggling with her guilt over leaving her daughter’s father. She needs a fresh perspective, and she knows exactly how to find it—by spending the summer at her family’s cottage in Sea Glass Cove. Surrounded by abundant peace and fond childhood memories, Hope and her daughter will be able to find a new rhythm with just the two of them. Nothing could’ve prepared her for the immediate and tantalizing attraction to local gallery owner Owen McKinney. Or for his instant connection with her shy daughter. It’s been three years since the accident that stole everything Owen held dear. That’s more than enough time to mourn and move on, but he can’t seem to let go… until Hope and her adorable daughter stroll into his gallery. In them, he finds everything he lost—all the joy and adventure that comes with being a family. But Hope’s divorce is still fresh, and he’s afraid she might’ve made a mistake divorcing her husband. Then a sign straight from his past makes it clear that Hope and her daughter are his future, and he can’t let them walk away.

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Guitar Scales and Chords – D Major – John Rodney Ferguson

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Guitar Scales and Chords – D Major

Ionian, Mixolydian, Lydian, Pentatonic and Blues

John Rodney Ferguson

Genre: Music

Publish Date: February 2, 2014

Publisher: John Rodney Ferguson

Seller: John Rodney Ferguson


Learn to play the guitar in your favourite key! The Guitar Scales and Chords eBook has five different scales in the key of D Major. The Ionian, Mixolydian, Blues, Pentatonic, and Lydian scales are all presented with chords that uniquely fit each scale.  Use the chord progression layout together with chord diagrams and fretboard layout to get the most from your style of play. 

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Guitar Scales and Chords – F Major – John Rodney Ferguson

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Guitar Scales and Chords – F Major

Ionian, Mixolydian, Lydian, Pentatonic and Blues

John Rodney Ferguson

Genre: Music

Publish Date: January 11, 2014

Publisher: JohnRodney Ferguson

Seller: John Rodney Ferguson


Learn to play the guitar in your favourite key! The Guitar Scales and Chords eBook has five different scales in the key of F Major. The Ionian, Mixolydian, Blues, Pentatonic, and Lydian scales are all presented with chords that uniquely fit each scale.  Use the chord progression layout together with chord diagrams and fretboard layout to get the most from your style of play. 

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Watch ‘Jeopardy!’ contestant make Alex Trebek say ‘Turd Ferguson’

In an inspired homage to the “Saturday Night Live” version of “Celebrity Jeopardy!”, real-life “Jeopardy!” contestant Talia Lavin got Alex Trebek to utter the phrase “Turd Ferguson” on Wednesday night’s episode.


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Trumpet Rhapsody – Maynard Ferguson & Rolf Hans Muller Orchestra

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Trumpet Rhapsody

Maynard Ferguson & Rolf Hans Muller Orchestra

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 6.93

Release Date: November 30, 1967

© ℗ 1968 Universal Music Classics & Jazz, a division of Universal Music GmbH

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‘Mission: Impossible’s’ Rebecca Ferguson to Co-Star in ‘Girl on the Train’


Emily Blunt has already signed on to star in the big-screen adaptation of Paula Hawkins’ runaway best-seller.

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The Essential Maynard Ferguson – Maynard Ferguson

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The Essential Maynard Ferguson

Maynard Ferguson

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 14.99

Release Date: May 17, 2007

© ℗ Compilation 2007 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

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Actress Rebecca Ferguson on What It Takes to Get a Mission: Impossible Body

Actress Rebecca Ferguson

When actress Rebecca Ferguson calls from Sweden on a recent Wednesday afternoon, she’s just been for a bike ride through the golden rapeseed fields near the small fishing village she calls home. “They were towering over my head,” says the actress dreamily. “If you walk into them, you just disappear.” That she might find such solitude appealing is understandable. Next month she’ll begin a whirlwind press tour for her lead role in Mission: Impossible—Rogue Nation, a project that will have her hitting red carpets around the globe alongside costar Tom Cruise while cementing her place as a rising international star. For the next few days at least, she’ll let her auburn hair dry in the breeze and apply coconut oil and sunscreen to her freckled skin before returning to work on the London set of her next project, Florence Foster Jenkins, where she’ll play opposite Meryl Streep. Clothing options will be relegated to “wooly jumpers and socks. It’s a complete different energy—a beautiful contrast.”

If the tall, fresh-faced 31-year old mother with self-professed vertigo doesn’t seem like a natural for the stunt-heavy Mission Impossible franchise, her résumé tells a different story. Ferguson’s critically acclaimed turn as Queen Elizabeth in 2013’s The White Queen proved not only her chops for playing a powerful woman, but also an ability to endure her fair share of physical obstacles. “Those dresses were so heavy,” she remembers with a laugh. So, too, did her years spent dancing and teaching Argentine tango—an off-screen passion that has provided ample training in the art of on-screen combat. “There’s so much tango in [fight] choreography.” Here, Ferguson talks about overcoming her fear of heights in favor of 120-foot falls, what to eat to stay in the best shape of your life, and how to maintain a natural beauty routine while keeping aging at bay.

How did the Mission: Impossible role come about?
I met with the casting director first. I got a call while I was filming The Red Tent in Morocco, sitting on a camel named Barbie, that I would need to meet with Tom [Cruise] and Chris [McQuarrie] in London. I flew there, and 24 hours later I was back on Barbie. They came back [to Morocco] to see if I could pick up choreography and to look at how I moved.

The physical aspect of filming a blockbuster action film must be quite rigorous.
When I first arrived, they drove me straight from the airport to the gym. For the next month and half, I trained for six hours, five or six days a week. Everything was physical.

What kind of training did it take to prepare?
Pilates was the ground floor. It’s such a good way of keeping your body safe. There is so much technique in fighting—how do you hold your fist, where does the motion come from. I had to learn to run fast—so we did a lot of explosive running. When we started filming, we kept the training up as much as possible. When you see a sequence that is 30 seconds long, it has taken weeks of preparation.

Tom Cruise is famous for doing his own stunts—were you expected to do your own, too?
I did nearly all of the stunts myself. I knew I could back out at any second—they had a stunt double ready. But I think that’s what made me do it. I had to jump off a Vienna rooftop with my legs strapped around Tom Cruise on the first day! Later on in the film, there’s a 120-foot fall. It is scary. You need to get a lot of camera angles, so we had to do it ten times!

With such an active set life, how do you stay healthy? Is there an on-site nutritionist?
Yes, because much goes into the training regimen. If you start being stupid and think that you’re going to look good because you don’t eat, you won’t be able to get through it. We’re given good carbs, good protein, lots of sweet potatoes. [My food plan] was completely dependent on the scene that I was doing. If I wasn’t exercising too much, I ate more salads and vegetables. I did cut out sugar for eight months.

This isn’t the first time that you’ve undergone a major physical transformation for work. You also dyed your hair blonde for The White Queen.
It’s not a big deal for me. I’m an actress. Storytelling and transformation [is part of that], and I will take it to a point where it’s healthy.

In terms of your skin, you’re quite fair. What’s your approach?
It’s not very sunny where I live, but I do wear SPF 30. I like having a bit of a tan, but that’s not more important than my skin. I like quite pure beauty products—I will use organic coconut oil or rose oil to moisturize. When I get tired of the smells I get into the habit of using olive oil. I’ll also create my own face mask with Manuka honey. It’s incredible—and you can eat it if you’re feeling a bit ill. I make a simple peel out of coffee grounds, too, with water and a little bit of oil and coffee. I love the smell. And I like Elizabeth Arden’s Eight Hour Cream on my elbows, nails, and sometimes on my lashes. It accentuates the eyes.

What else do you do for makeup?
Little enhancements. A little bit of mascara—I always end up buying