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Woo Music

Woo is an experimental music duo from the UK. The band consists of brothers Mark and Clive Ives. They grew up in the South of London2. The band combine several musical styles, creating its own sound: Folk, Jazz, Pop, Ambient, Psychedelic as well ...

                                               

Kim Walker

Kim Walker may refer to: Kimberly Walker born 1986, American television personality and actress Kimberly Walker soldier, an American soldier killed in action. Kim Walker-Smith, American singer, songwriter, Christian worship leader, and recording ...

                                               

Alex Dixon (blues)

Alex Dixon is an American blues musician, songwriter, producer, label owner and industry executive who is the grandson of Willie Dixon, one of the most important figures in the history of American music.

                                               

Code Black

Code Black may refer to: Code Black, 1997 album by Jimmy Pursey Code Black DJ, Australian DJ and music producer Code Black TV series, a 2015–2018 American television series Code Black album, 2009 album by Dutch death/thrash metal band Portall Cod ...

                                               

The Very Best of Richard Clapton

The Very Best of Richard Clapton is the second greatest hits album by Australian rock musician Richard Clapton. The album was released in April 1982 and peaked at number 18 on the Kent Music Report Albums Chart.

                                               

Carried in Mind

Carried in Mind is a studio album by Australian musician Jeff Lang. Carried in Mind was released in Australia in September 2011. At the ARIA Music Awards of 2012, the album won the ARIA Award for Best Blues and Roots Album.

                                               

Australian Women in Music Awards

The Australian Women in Music Awards have been held annually since 2018. The awards recognize women who have made substantial accomplishments in the music industry. Diversity is a focus of the awards. In 2018, Kate Ceberano, Emily Wurramara, Kati ...

                                               

Ruth Shaw

Ruth Shaw may refer to: Ruth G. Shaw, former CEO of Duke Energy Ruth Shaw Prisoner, character from Australian TV series Prisoner, played by Mary Murphy Ruth Shaw politician born 1920s, British politician Ruth Geyer Shaw, evolutionary biologist an ...

                                               

Jack emblow

Jack Alexander Emblow is a British jazz accordionist who is best known for his musical work accompanying the Cliff Adams Singers on BBC Radio.

                                               

Classic Rock (disambiguation)

Classic rock is a radio format which plays popular rock music particularly from the late 1960s onward. Classic Rock may also refer to: Classic Rock Westwood One, a U.S based radio music format Classic Rock album, by the London Symphony Orchestra ...

                                               

Martin Williams

Martin Williams may refer to: Martin Williams priest born 1937, Welsh archdeacon Martin Williams writer 1924–1992, American music critic Martin H. Williams, American forensic psychologist Martin Williams footballer born 1973, English footballer M ...

                                               

Jeff Walker

Jeff Walker may refer to: Jeffrey Walker cricketer born 1960, Australian cricketer Jeffrey N. Walker, adjunct professor at Brigham Young University Jeffrey Walker chief executive, American CEO Jerry Jeff Walker born 1942, American country music s ...

                                               

Harold Holt (disambiguation)

Harold Holt was Prime Minister of Australia from 1966 to 1967. Harold Holt may also refer to: Harold Holt impresario 1885–1953, British classical music impresario

                                               

Live at Leeds (disambiguation)

Live at Leeds is a 1970 live album by British rock group The Who. Live at Leeds may also refer to: Live at Leeds John Martyn album, a 1976 live album by British musician John Martyn Live at Leeds The Rolling Stones album, a 2012 live album by The ...

                                               

Logic (disambiguation)

Logic is the study of the principles and criteria of valid inference and demonstration Logic may also refer to: Philosophical logic, the application of formal logic to philosophical problems Mathematical logic, a branch of mathematics that grew o ...

                                               

Deathbringer (1991 video game)

Deathbringer is a 1991 hack and slash action RPG developed by Oxford Digital Enterprises and published by Empire that was released for the Amiga, DOS, and Atari ST.

                                               

Brew

Binary Runtime Environment for Wireless Brew or BREW, a development platform for mobile phones created by Qualcomm brew command used by the package management software Homebrew

                                               

Kenny (disambiguation)

In the United States: Kenney, Illinois, a village Kenny, California, an unincorporated community Kenny, Minneapolis, a neighborhood In Australia: Kenny, Australian Capital Territory, a planned suburb in the Canberra district of Gungahlin In outer ...

                                               

In Person

In Person may refer to one of several music albums: In Person 1996 TV series, 1996–1997 talk show In Person TV series, Canadian music variety television series In Person!, 1959 album by Tony Bennett, accompanied by the Count Basie Orchestra In Pe ...

                                               

Golden Apples of the Sun

"The golden apples of the sun" is the last line of the 1899 poem "The Song of Wandering Aengus" by W. B. Yeats. Golden Apples of the Sun may also refer to:

                                               

Big Girls Dont Cry (Lynn Anderson album)

Big Girls Dont Cry is a studio album by American country music artist Lynn Anderson. It was released in July 1968 via Chart Records and was produced by Slim Williamson. The record was Andersons third studio recording issued during her career and ...

                                               

Menkes Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux

Menkes Shooner Dagenais Letourneux Architectes is a Canadian architectural firm based in Montreal, Quebec. They are known for their design and management of large complex corporate, institutional, commercial, cultural, and residential architectur ...

                                               

Breau

Herb Breau born 1944, Canadian businessman and politician George Breau 1940–2017 American artist from Massachusetts. Jean-François Breau born 1978, Canadian singer-songwriter of Acadian origin Lenny Breau 1941–1984, American guitarist and music e ...

                                               

Don Valley

Don Valley Parkway, a freeway Don Valley electoral district, a federal electoral district represented in the Canadian House of Commons from 1968 to 1979 Don River Ontario, a valley in Toronto and York Region in Ontario.

                                               

Blacklands

Texas blackland prairies Blacklands, Ayrshire, an area of Kilwinning, Ayrshire, Scotland Blacklands Parish, a suburban area in the town of Hastings, East Sussex, England Blacklands archaeological site, a Roman site in the parish of Kings Sutton, ...

                                               

La Nef (disambiguation)

La Nef is the capitalised form the French word wikt:nef for the nave of a church or ship. La Nef a French-Canadian early music group founded in 1991 In France the term has various applications: fr:La Nef revue, a French traditionalist Roman Catho ...

                                               

In Thru the Out Door

In Thru the Out Door is a Canadian comedy special, which aired on CBC Television on June 22, 1998. Created by Andy Nulman and billed as "network televisions first-ever all-queer, all-star sketch comedy show", the special was a sketch comedy progr ...

                                               

Embla (given name)

Embla is a Scandinavian feminine given name. In Norse mythology, Embla was the first woman. The name Embla may also refer to: Embla Kristinardottir born 1995, Icelandic basketball player Embla Hjulstrom born 1994, Swedish actress

                                               

List of Iranologists

M. Rahim Shayegan Bahram Beyzai Dariush Shayegan Zabihollah Safa Parviz Varjavand Kaveh Farrokh Mehrdad Bahar Mehdi Mohaghegh Ehsan Yarshater Ebrahim Poordavood Shaul Bakhash Afsaneh Najmabadi Seifollah Kambakhshfard Ahmad Tafazzoli Alireza Shapo ...

                                               

Open Dialogue

Open Dialogue is an approach for treating psychosis as well as other mental health disorders developed in the 1980s in Finland by Yrjo Alanen and his collaborators. Open dialogue interventions are currently being trialed in several other countrie ...

                                               

Potpourri (disambiguation)

Potpourri or Pot-Pourri may refer to: Synthetic marijuana Akrobatisches Potpourri, an 1895 German silent film / documentary Potpourri P-Model album, 1981 The Potpourri, a Texas weekly newspaper covering two communities Northwest of Houston Potpou ...

                                               

Friedrich Schenker

Born in Zeulenroda, Schenker learned trombone and piano as a child and made his first compositional attempts at the age of 10. At the Hochschule fur Musik "Hanns Eisler" in Berlin he studied trombone from 1961 to 1964 with Helmut Stachowiak and m ...

                                               

Backbeat (disambiguation)

Backbeat is a rhythmic accentuation on even beats. Backbeat may also refer to: Backbeat biography, a biography of drummer Earl Palmer Backbeat soundtrack, original soundtrack of the 1994 film Backbeat Backbeat film 1994, chronicles the early days ...

                                               

Wulf Konold

Born in Langenau near Ulm, From 1966 to 1973 Konold studied musicology, German studies and History at the Christian-Albrechts-University as well as viola, music composition and conducting at the Lubeck Academy of Music. After his doctorate in 197 ...

                                               

Terre Haute Symphony Orchestra

The Terre Haute Symphony Orchestra is an American orchestra based in Terre Haute, Indiana. The orchestras primary concert venues are the Tilson Auditorium on the campus of Indiana State University. The orchestras current Music Director is David B ...

                                               

Quatro

Quatro may refer to: ¡Cuatro!, a documentary by rock band Green Day, promoted as ¡Quatro! Quatro beverage, a soft drink Suzi Quatro album, Suzi Quatros 1973 debut album Suzi Quatro born 1950, major rock star, actor, and radio researcher/presenter ...

                                               

Luis Griñan

Luis Griñan Camacho was a Cuban independent bandleader, pianist, guitarist and record producer. He is best known for his composition "Quimbombo", recorded by Conjunto Chappottin among others. This famous son cubano is often miscredited to its arr ...

                                               

Seaboard

Seaboard is a synonym for coastline. It can also refer to: Seaboard Corporation, an international agribusiness company Seaboard Coast Line Railroad Seaboard Air Line Railroad in the United States or its successors Seaboard International, an inter ...

                                               

Drumming

Drumming may refer to: a mating display of animals such as birds, often in connection with a lek Drumming Reich, a musical composition written by Steve Reich in 1971 for percussion ensemble Drummer, a musician who plays a drum, drum kit, or drums ...

                                               

Yamaha PTX8

The Yamaha PTX8 is a digital sample-based percussion tone generator built by Yamaha, in late 1986. It was included the in Yamaha D8 electronic drum kit.

                                               

Would You Believe

Would You Believe may refer to: Would You Believe? game show, Australian TV game show broadcast on ABC TV, 1970-1974 "Would You Believe" Ace of Base song Would You Believe TV series, broadcast on RTE One, Ireland Would You Believe? The Hollies al ...

                                               

Slew

Slew spacecraft, describes methods of changing the attitude of a spacecraft Eigenvector slew, a particular method of calculating the rotation required for a specific desired change in attitude Slewing, the rotation of an object around an axis

                                               

Four Aces

Four Aces may refer to: A variety of card trick involving the four aces. Four Aces bridge, a 1930s American contract bridge team led by David Burnstine later to become David Bruce The Four Aces Club, a pioneering music venue in Dalston, London Fo ...

                                               

For Island Fires and Family

For Island Fires and Family is a song by Irish singer-songwriter and musician Dermot Kennedy. It was released as a single on 4 January 2019. The song features on his compilation album Dermot Kennedy. The song peaked at number 36 on the Irish Sing ...

                                               

Dermot Kennedy (album)

Dermot Kennedy is the debut compilation album by the Irish singer-songwriter and musician Dermot Kennedy. It was released on 4 January 2019. The album peaked at number 4 on the Irish Albums Chart.

                                               

Folk Song 2: Utahime Aishouka

Folk Song 2: Utahime Aishouka is the cover album by Japanese singer Akina Nakamori. Although the original release was scheduled on 22 July, it was postponed one week on 29 July 2009 under the Universal Music Japan. Its Nakamoris seventh cover alb ...

                                               

A Step

1959 year. Japanese Keiko, together with the Soviet counterpart Gusev, are managed to send the polio vaccine to Japan, as a result of which the lives of 10 million Japanese children were saved.

                                               

Romantic Night

Romantic Night ~ Honoo no Chikai is the second studio album by Japanese singer Mari Hamada, released on December 16, 1983 by Invitation. It is the second and final album by Hamada to have the songwriting credited to the Munetaka Higuchi Project T ...

                                               

Wonder (Akina Nakamori album)

Wonder is the third mini studio album by Japanese singer Akina Nakamori. It was released on 1 June 1988 under the Warner Pioneer label. The reprinted version was published on 17 September 1991.

                                               

Suteki na Tanjō bi

"Suteki na Tanjō bi" is the 24th single by Japanese singer/songwriter Chisato Moritaka. Written by Moritaka and Yuichi Takahashi, the single was released with "Watashi no Daiji na Hito" by One Up Music on October 10, 1994. It became her second of ...