1 Giant Leap (album)
1 Giant Leap is the self-titled debut album by English electronic music duo 1 Giant Leap, created by the two members Jamie Catto and Duncan Bridgeman and recording vocals and music by numerous vocalists and musicians across the world. Jamie Catto, Duncan Bridgeman – All instruments Robbie Williams – vocals Maxi Jazz – raps Neneh Cherry – vocals Michael Stipe – vocals Horace Andy – vocals Asha Bhosle – vocals Baaba Maal – vocals Mahotella Queens – vocals Grant Lee Phillips – vocals Whirimako Black – vocals Eddi Reader – vocals Ram Dass – spoken word Ulali – vocals, spoken word Tom Robbins – spoken word Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. – spoken word Michael Franti – poetry Dana Gillespie – chant Dave Randall – guitar Nigel Butler – guitar and mixing Sanjay Kumar – guitar DJ Swamp – turntables Ronu Majumdar – flute Lévon Minassian – duduk Pops Mohamed – percussion, bird calls, effects Ayub Ogada – nyatiti Eddie Quansah – trumpet Bada Seck – djembe, sabar Goetz Botzenhardt – mixing engineer Tim Clark – executive producer Tony Cousins – mastering Suzette Newman – executive producer D.
A. "Jumbo" Vanrenen – A&R review at bbc.co.uk A 2003 article in Sound on Sound magazine on recording the album 1 Giant Leap website What About Me? website
All Alone (Jo Stafford album)
All Alone is a 1963 studio album recorded by Jo Stafford and released by Vocalion Records. The One I Love I'll Never Smile Again Until I Smile at You Oh! Look at Me Now Who Can I Turn to? There Are Such Things I'll Take Tallulah Let's Get Away From It All It Started All Over Again Whatcha Know Joe The Night We Called It a Day Yes Indeed
The Sins of Thy Beloved
The Sins of Thy Beloved was a death-doom/gothic metal band from Bryne, founded in 1996. The band was formed in November 1996 by Arild Christensen and Stig Johansen; the band was called Purgatory but they soon decided to change their name to something less common. Anita Auglend and Ola Aarrestad joined the band shortly thereafter, they recorded their first demo All Alone in January–February 1997. Anders Thue and Ingfrid Stensland joined before they recorded their second demo Silent Pain in January 1998. Pete Johansen played the violin on that demo, although he did not join the band until the recording of their first full-length album Lake of Sorrow in 1998, they toured across Europe, before recording their second full-length album Perpetual Desolation in 2000. During the following tour, Anita Auglend, Anders Thue and Ingfrid Stensland grew weary of traveling and left the band in 2001. A live performance was released on CD and VHS in 2001, but it was not distributed worldwide and is thus hard to come by.
The band has been dormant since the departure of its three members. Pete Johansen has since left to play the violin on several Sirenia albums. In 2007, it was rumored that Anita Auglend had returned to the band, although these rumors were never confirmed. Despite years of a rumored reunion, Pete Johansen announced that they had split up in 2013; that same year, band members Anders Thue and Stig Johansen formed the band Savn with Midnattsol singer Carmen Elise Espenæs.. In 2016 the guitarist and singer Arild Christensen forms the band RAINAREA with Nelly Khosrovyan; the Sins of Thy Beloved are compared to gothic metal bands such as Tristania and early Theatre of Tragedy because of the band's combination of a female soprano voice with male death grunt. Their music features death-doom rhythmics enhanced by the prominent use of violins on the Lake of Sorrow album, typical of many gothic doom bands, their live recordings offer a sound closer to traditional death metal than their studio albums, which make heavy use of arrangements and effects.
Studio albumsLake of Sorrow Perpetual Desolation Live albumsLive Video albumsPerpetual Desolation Live EPsAll Alone Demo albumsThe Sins of Thy Beloved Anita Auglend - vocals Glenn Morten Nordbø - guitars, harsh vocals Arild Christensen - guitar, backing vocals Ola Aarrestad - bass Stig Johansen - drums Maiken Olaisen - keyboards Anders Thue - keyboards, Ingfrid Stensland - keyboards, piano Pete Johansen - violin Hege-Marie Aanby - vocals Mona Wallin - vocals The Sins of Thy Beloved fan page The Sins of Thy Beloved page at the BNR Metal Pages The Sins of Thy Beloved at Encyclopaedia Metallum The Sins of Thy Beloved at Last.fm The Sins of Thy Beloved on VK
All Alone (Dolo Coker album)
All Alone is a solo piano album by Dolo Coker, recorded in 1979 and released on the Xanadu label in 1981. AllMusic reviewer Scott Yanow states, "Dolo Coker's fourth and final album as a leader is a set of unaccompanied piano solos with the emphasis on reflective ballads". All compositions by Dolo Coker except as indicated "Reflections" - 5:54 "Sine and Cosine" - 2:15 "Just You" - 4:36 "Cabin in the Sky" - 5:38 "All Alone" - 4:12 "The Things You Never Said" - 4:59 "Spectrum" - 3:24 "Try a Little Tenderness" - 5:53 Dolo Coker - piano
Harry Von Tilzer
Harry Von Tilzer was an American songwriter. Von Tilzer was born in Detroit, Michigan, his parents and Jacob Gumbinsky, were Polish Jewish immigrants. Harry ran away and joined a traveling circus at age 14, where he adopted his mother's maiden name as his own, seeking to make it sound classier by tacking on a "Von." So impressive seemed the transformation that all his brothers changed their last name to match his. Harry proved successful playing piano and calliope and writing new tunes and incidental music for shows, he continued doing this for Burlesque and Vaudeville shows for some years, writing many tunes which were not published or which he sold to entertainers for one or two dollars. In 1898 he sold his song My Old New Hampshire Home to a publisher for $15, watched it become a national hit, selling over two million copies of the sheet music; this prompted him to become a professional songwriter. He was made a partner of the Shapiro Bernstein Publishing Company, his 1900 number "A Bird in a Gilded Cage" became one of the biggest hits of the time.
Von Tilzer became one of the best-known Tin Pan Alley songwriters. In 1902 Von Tilzer formed his own publishing company, where he was soon joined by his younger brother Albert Von Tilzer. Harry Von Tilzer's hits included "A Bird in a Gilded Cage," "The Cubanola Glide," "Wait'Til The Sun Shines Nellie," "Old King Tut," "All Alone," "Mariutch," "The Ragtime Goblin Man," "I Love My Wife, But Oh You Kid!" "They Always Pick On Me," "I Want A Girl", "And The Green Grass Grew All Around," "On the Old Fall River Line," "Under the Anheuser Bush," and many others. He died in New York City on January 10, 1946; the Fisher Maiden - opera - composer The Man From Now - musical - featured composer The Dairymaids - musical - featured songwriter Ziegfeld Follies of 1910 - revue - featured composer for "I'll Get You Yet" Doctor Jazz - musical - featured songwriter for "I Love It" Tintypes - revue - featured songwriter Harry Von Tilzer at the Internet Broadway Database Sheet music for his song "Under the Anheuser Bush" from the collection of the San Francisco Public Library Harry Von Tilzer songs at Cylinder Preservation and Digitization Project - Enter Harry Von Tilzer in Keyword Search window.
Free scores by Harry Von Tilzer at the International Music Score Library Project
All Alone (novel)
All Alone is a children's book by Claire Huchet Bishop, published by Viking Press with illustrations by Feodor Rojankovsky in 1953. It was a runner-up for the annual Newbery Medal from the American Library Association, which recognizes the year's most distinguished contribution to American literature for children. Marcel Mabout is a "ten-year-old man", sent by his father with their three cows to summer pasture in the French mountains. While he is being trusted with the "family fortune" for the first time, Marcel is more entrusted with the family creed, which permeates his village, "Mind your own business", it is a village of friendless strangers, not neighbours. In the mountains, Marcel faces the cold and loneliness he was not prepared for, but when he hears the yodels of Pierre Pascal, a older cowherd boy in the mountains, their yodeling consoles each other. Pierre's cows wander over to Marcel's mountain, he is faced with a crisis of conscience that pits his antisocial upbringing with his inner sense of righteousness.
Deciding to take the risk of returning Pierre's cows, Marcel sets off a chain of events that leads to a revolution in the village
Sea of Faces
Sea of Faces is the second full-length album released by Christian rock group Kutless, released through BEC Records in 2004. The song "Treason" was once the No. 1 song on ChristianRock.net, Sea of Faces in the Top 5. The album reached No. 97 on the Billboard 200, the first time the band was on that chart, No. 3 on the Billboard Top Christian Albums, the first top ten on this chart. "All of the Words" was featured in an episode of Scrubs titled "My Bright Idea". It is the first album to feature bassist Kyle Zeigler. All tracks written by Kyle Mitchell, James Mead, Ryan Shrout & Aaron Sprinkle. Jon Micah Sumrall - lead vocals, acoustic guitar James Mead - lead guitar, backing vocals Ryan Shrout - rhythm guitar, backing vocals Kyle Zeigler - bass guitar Kyle Mitchell - drums, percussion The video of "Not What You See" consists of the band playing on a stage in a white room. Powder is on the stage which adds to the visual of the band jumping down; the video appears to be in black and white but has some color to it.
The video of "Sea of Faces" shows the band playing in a dark room much like their video for "Run". Shows is Jon Micah Sumrall walking along the streets along with many other different people. On 2005, the album was nominated for a Dove Award for Rock Album of the Year at the 36th GMA Dove Awards