Andrés Calamaro, is an Argentine musician and Latin Grammy winner. His former band Los Rodríguez was a major success in Spain and throughout Latin American during the 1990s, he is multi-instrumentalist and became one of the main icons of Argentine rock, selling over 1.3 million records to date. Andres Calamaro was born in Buenos Aires. At 17 years of age he participated as a guest in the recording of an album of the group Raíces, shortly after he started his own band, the Elmer Band, with guitarist friend Gringui Herrera; this band had Tristeza de la Ciudad. When Miguel Abuelo, leader of Los Abuelos de la Nada, returned to Argentina, he reunited the band and invited Calamaro to play keyboards; the band was a big success. Before the dissolution of Los Abuelos de la Nada, Calamaro released his first solo album, Hotel Calamaro in 1984. A second album, Vida Cruel, recorded shortly after his separation from the band, was received warmly by the press but did not achieve commercial success. After a third album, Por Mirarte, Calamaro started producing for bands such as Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, Los Enanitos Verdes and soloists such as Fabiana Cantilo.
Calamaro closed the 1980s with his own band, featuring old friends Gringui Herrera and Ariel Rot, who came back from Spain. The trio recorded the album Nadie sale vivo de aquí in 1989 with a number of guest musicians, which obtained the nomination of Best Record of the Year. Due to the economic situation in Argentina and Rot settled in Spain, where they created the band Los Rodríguez with Julián Infante and Germán Villela on drums; the band didn't have a bass player, but Guillermo Martin, Candi Avello, Daniel Zamora accompanied the band in recordings and tours. Los Rodríguez released three successful studio albums: Buena Suerte, Sin documentos and Palabras más, palabras menos, as well as the live Disco Pirata, the compilation Hasta luego. Sin documentos gave them international acclaim, with its mixture of Rock and Latin American rhythms, they toured Spain and Latin America, entered the history of Rock in Spanish. Andrés Calamaro released Grabaciones Encontradas while working with Los Rodríguez.
After Palabras más, palabras menos, the band released a "Greatest Hits" album, which sold nicely, dissolved. In 1996, Calamaro performed "Cosas Que Me Ayudan A Olvidar" for the AIDS benefit album Silencio=Muerte: Red Hot + Latin produced by the Red Hot Organization. In 1997 Calamaro recorded Alta suciedad, which sold over half a million copies and took him again touring around Latin America. Calamaro began composing song after song. In six months, he had over 100 songs ready to be released. Thirty seven of these found their way to Honestidad brutal; the album included hits such as: Te quiero igual, Los aviones, Cuando te conocí and La parte de adelante. This double CD was created after the breakup with his girlfriend; the album contains a collaboration with Diego Maradona. In 2000, he recorded 103 songs in his five-CD album El Salmón. In the following years, Calamaro made many guest appearances in recordings, he posted unpublished songs from 2001-2002 for free download over the Internet, saying that "Music belongs to those who want to hear it.
He made his home recordings available at DeepCamboya. Due to the low quality of the recordings, with permission of the author, Camisetas Para Todos, a group of fans, re-mastered Calamaro's songs and made them available on their site, he started Radio Salmón Vaticano, a virtual recording studio at his web site. In 2004 he released El Cantante, an album with covers of Tangos and other Latin American rhythms, a few of his web released songs. In 2005 he released El Regreso, a compilation of the live recordings from his appearance in the Luna Park Stadium earlier that year; the disc was presented on December 17 to an audience of 20,000 in the Obras Sanitarias Stadium, was awarded with the 2006 Gardel Award for Rock album by Male Artist and Best Album Cover. Calamaro was awarded the Golden Gardel. After that, he released Tinta Roja, a collection of classic Tangos as El día que me quieras, Como dos extraños or Sur. On November 20 of 2006 was released El Palacio de las Flores, recorded with Litto Nebbia and on September 11 of 2007, La Lengua Popular comes to light.
In 2008 Raíces 30 Años followed with the band Raíces, in 2009 Andrés, a solo-anthology of 6 CDs. In June 2010 he released his album "On The Rock", an album which returned to his more rock-oriented sound; the album became an instant hit as well as the first single "Los Divinos" a song about the passing of time. Los Abuelos de la Nada Vasos y Besos Himno de mi Corazón En Directo desde el Ópera Buena Suerte Disco Pirata Sin Documentos Palabras más, Palabras menos Hasta Luego Hasta Luego Para no olvidar Hotel Calamaro Vida Cruel Por Mirarte Nadie sale vivo de aquí Grabaciones Encontradas Vol. I Loco por Tí - Live in Ayacucho'88 Caballos Salvajes |Caballos Salvajes Grabaciones Encontradas Vol. II Alta Suciedad Las otras caras de Alta Suciedad
Washington's Tomb is an empty burial chamber two stories directly below the Rotunda of the United States Capitol building. It was included in the original design of the building by William Thornton and intended to entomb the body of George Washington, the first President of the United States; the original design of the rotunda, the Crypt beneath it, included a central glass floor allowing the public to view Washington's Tomb two floors below, but this was never implemented. When Washington died in 1799, the Capitol was still under construction. Both houses of Congress passed a resolution calling for Washington to be entombed in the Capitol upon its completion. Martha Washington agreed to the plan despite the presence in her husband's will of a provision that he be buried at Mount Vernon. However, the original resolution was never carried out due to disputes over the specific design and cost of the tomb and the body was placed in a temporary tomb at Mount Vernon. Congress again attempted to resolve these issues in 1800, 1816, 1824, 1829, when the Architect of the Capitol prepared plans for the tomb in anticipation of the approaching centennial of Washington's birth.
Congress renewed its call to transfer the body to the Capitol in 1830, after an attempt to steal Washington's head in which the Mount Vernon tomb was vandalized and several of Washington's relatives' corpses desecrated in 1830, but the current owner of the property, John Washington, decided to build a new, more secure tomb on the site instead. The Lincoln Catafalque was stored and exhibited in the tomb, it is kept, at present, in a specially constructed display area in the Exhibition Hall of the Capitol Visitor Center. Anıtkabir, Mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk Mazar-e-Quaid Che Guevara Mausoleum Santa Ifigenia Cemetery Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum Sun Yat-sen Mausoleum Cihu Mausoleum, Chiang Kai-shek Touliao Mausoleum, Chiang Ching-kuo Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum House of Flowers, Josip Broz Tito Lenin's Mausoleum Les Invalides, Sarcophagus of Napoleon Bonaparte Mausoleum of Mao Zedong Georgi Dimitrov Mausoleum Kumsusan Palace of the Sun National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall Türkmenbaşy Ruhy Mosque Bourguiba mausoleum in Monastir Unknown Soldier Memorial Reza Shah's mausoleum Marcos Museum and Mausoleum Astana Giribangun Valle de los Caídos
Bare Lane railway station serves the village of Bare, a suburb of Morecambe in Lancashire, England. It is located on the Morecambe Branch Line from Lancaster to Heysham Port and was opened by the London and North Western Railway in 1864. A level crossing with the public highway known as Bare Lane exists to the west of the station, which until was controlled by the adjacent Bare Lane signal box, a fringe cabin to the Preston PSB Area; this box was closed on 8 December 2012, when the signalling equipment was renewed by Network Rail and control of the crossing switched to CCTV and transferred to Preston power box. The old station building on the platform is now a private dwelling, it was auctioned to the public, was featured on the BBC programme Homes Under the Hammer, a show about buildings which are auctioned to the public and redeveloped. Although the station has two side platforms, the track layout through it is not the conventional double track used on most main & secondary routes, but two independent bi-directional single lines.
Platform 1 serves the Up & Down Morecambe line, whilst platform 2 handles trains on what is now the Up & Down Heysham line. The latter is connected to the now-single track branch down to Heysham Port at Holt Bank Junction, with the junction points operated from a ground frame worked by the train crew; the two lines converge east of the station, but immediately split into the single line curves toward Hest Bank and towards Lancaster. This layout dates from the closure of the former terminus at Morecambe Promenade and its associated signal box in February 1994, with Bare Lane signal box taking over control of all signalling on the line thereafter; as mentioned above however, it was closed in December 2012. The structure remained intact for another year and had been used for several months by Northern staff as a manned help point for travellers due to the absence of digital passenger information screens at the station, it was demolished in January 2014 after the PIS screens were installed and brought into use.
The station is unstaffed and had no ticket facilities of any kind until - Northern has now installed one as part of a programme of station improvements in the area. Waiting shelters are provided and both platforms have step-free access; the station is served by Northern Trains local services, which operate as a regular Lancaster-Morecambe shuttle. One return service throughout the week is extended to and from Heysham Port to meet the daily ferry to the Isle of Man. There are a few longer-distance services from Morecambe to Skipton and Leeds via the Leeds to Morecambe Line. In addition, for many years the last train each weekday evening was a First TransPennine Express service from Windermere, which diverted from its route to Barrow-in-Furness; this service called at Lancaster, Bare Lane and Morecambe, before reversing, calling at Bare Lane again rejoining the West Coast Main Line and continuing via Carnforth thus avoiding the 1m 7ch section of the WCML between Hest Bank South Junction and Hest Bank North Junction.
This was the only scheduled service to use the original 1864 curve towards Hest Bank and as such functioned as a Parliamentary train to avoid the need for formal closure proceedings for this short stretch of line. In the present timetable, just one early a.m Lancaster to Morecambe via Carnforth train takes this route to meet the TOC's franchise obligations. Train times and station information for Bare Lane railway station from National Rail Railscot - Bare Lane
Northwest Power Generation Company Limited is a state owned power and electric company in Bangladesh and is located in UTC Building, 8 Panthapath, Dhaka, Bangladesh. It is an enterprise of the Bangladesh Power Development Board. North-West Power Generation Company Limited was established on 28 August 2007 as a Public Limited Company under the Bangladesh Power Development Board. Bangladesh-China Power Company Ltd a joint venture between China National Machinery Import and Export Corporation and North-West Power Generation Company Limited built a 1,320MW power plant in Patuakhali District near Payra Seaport. Bangladesh-China Power Company Ltd was formed in 2014; the combined company has two power plants in Khulna. Northwest Power Generation Company Limited has joint ventures with Siemens to build a 4 billion dollar power plant, it has joint venture with Sembcorp Utilities of Singapore to build a 414-megawatt power plant in Sirajganj. It has joint collaboration with the Japanese Marubeni
This list includes all 318 stations in Thuringia, that are served by public transport. The list is organised as follows: Number: this lists the last four digits of the International Station Number. Name: the current name of the station or halt. Category: The category shows the status at 1 January 2012 and only applies to stations operated by DB Station&Service AG; the next four columns show. The abbreviations are those used by the DB AG but apply to similar train types of other operators: ICE = Intercity-Express IC = Intercity and Eurocity RE = Regionalexpress RB = Regionalbahn, Erfurter Bahn, Süd-Thüringen-Bahn and Harzer Schmalspurbahnen Line: this column gives the railway line on which the station is situated. * Only nostalgic excursions on some weekends All stations where at least two routes meet or met: Altenburg Arnstadt Artern Bad Berka Bad Blankenburg Bad Langensalza Bad Salzungen Ballstädt Bleicherode Bretleben Bufleben Buttstädt Camburg Crossen an der Elster Döllstädt Dorndorf Ebeleben Eisenach Eisfeld Eisfelder Talmühle Erfurt Ernstthal am Rennsteig Esperstedt Fröttstädt Georgenthal Gera Gerstungen Göschwitz Gößnitz Gotha Gräfenroda Gräfentonna Greiz Greussen Grimmenthal Grossheringen Grossrudestedt Heiligenstadt Hildburghausen Hockeroda Hohenebra Ilmenau Immelborn Köditzberg Kölleda Kühnhausen Leinefelde Meiningen Meuselwitz Mühlhausen Neudietendorf Niederpöllnitz Nordhausen Obstfelderschmiede Oppurg Orlamünde Plaue Porstendorf Probstzella Reinsdorf Reinhardsbrunn Rennsteig Rentwertshausen Ritschenhausen Ronneburg Rottenbach Rudolstadt-Schwarza Saalfeld Schleusingen (Plaue–Ilmenau–Themar and Suhl–Schleusingen (cl
Francis Manapul is a Filipino Canadian comic book artist and writer. Manapul is known for his work on Witchblade and The Necromancer for Top Cow, working on the former for three years, off and on, returning for the tenth anniversary issue in 2005, he has provided covers for various titles, most notably for some G. I. Joe comics from Devil's Due Publishing. In 2007, he signed an exclusive contract to work with DC Comics. Manapul served as a guest judge in the fourth week round of the third season of Comic Book Idol, a comic book art competition sponsored by Comic Book Resources. In 2008 Francis became the artist for DC's Legion of Superheroes with Jim Shooter as the writer. Francis co-created the character Gazelle with Shooter before leaving the title. In 2009, he was named to be the artist in DC's new Flash series written by Geoff Johns which stars Barry Allen in the lead role, he was one of the TV presenters on Beast Legends from Yap films, which airs Wednesday nights at 10pm EST on History Television Canada.
Its premiere in the US was on September 9, Thursday at 10pm EST on SyFy. In 2011 Manapul was awarded the Joe Shuster Award for Outstanding Artist and the All-in-One Award from the Inkwell Awards; that May, DC Comics announced a massive revamp and relaunch of their entire superhero line, as part of this Francis was named writer/artist on the Flash, with his longtime colorist/collaborator, Brian Buccellato co-writing with him. In April 2014, Manapul and Buccellato moved from The Flash to Detective Comics. In 2016, Manapul became the artist for the DC Rebirth comic book series Trinity. Love in Tights #1 Monster Fighters, Inc.: The Ghosts of Christmas The Black Book Fear Effect: Retro Helix Witchblade: "XLVIII" Witchblade/Lady Death "LIII" "The Return of Tora No Shi" "Endgame, Part Two" "LXII-LXV" "Road Trip" "Death Pool" "10th Anniversary" Tomb Raider: The Series: "Without Limit" "Alpha Omega" Image Comics FCBD'04: "First Strike" Magdalena/Vampirella The Darkness #21: "The Reckoning" Necromancer #1-6 The Iron Saint: Iron and the Maiden #0-4 Iron and the Maiden: Brutes and the City Sept Guerrières Legion of Superheroes #37-46, 48-49 Adventure Comics #0-3, 5-6 Superman/Batman #60-61, #75 The Flash #1-6, 9-10, 12 The Flash #1-25 Detective Comics #30-34, 37-42 Flash Special Edition #1 Batman and Robin Eternal #5 Justice League #45-46 Trinity #1-2, #5-6, #9-11 Batman: The Merciless #1 Justice League: No Justice #1-4 Justice League #10-11, #22 Aquaman/Justice League Drowned Earth #1 Soulfire: Chaos Reign #2 Aspen Showcase: Benoist #1 Executive Assistant Iris #2 Soulfire #2 Legion of Superheroes #47, 50 Wonder Woman #32 Red Robin #1-5 Green Lantern #45 Blackest Night: The Flash #1-3 The Shield #1-3 Justice League of America #46, #49 Adventure Comics #4 Superboy #5 T.
H. U. N. D. E. R. Agents #5 The Flash #7, #11 Flashpoint: Grodd of War #1 Flashpoint: Kid Flash Lost #1-3 Green Lantern Corps #62 Green Lantern #4 Sword of Sorcery Featuring Amethyst #2 Superman Unchained #5 Flash Season Zero #1 Lobo #3 Superman #36 Superman/Wonder Woman #16 Justice League of America #2 Aquaman #44 Convergence #4 Multiversity #2 Batman/Superman #25 Justice League: The Darkseid War Superman #1 Justice League: The Darkseid War Lex Luthor #1 Justice League: The Darkseid War Flash #1 Justice League: The Darkseid War SHAZAM #1 Justice League: The Darkseid War Batman #1 Justice League: The Darkseid War Green Lantern #1 Batgirl #1-12, #34-36 Superman: American Alien #5 Scooby Apocalypse #5 Flash Omnibus By Francis Manapul & Brian Buccellato Kamandi Cha