Biograph is a 53-track box set compilation spanning the career of American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on November 7, 1985 by Columbia Records. Consisting of 53 released and unreleased tracks from 1962 to 1981, the box set was released as a five-LP set, a three-cassette tape set, a three-compact disc set. Biograph reached No. 33 on the Billboard 200 in the U. S. and has been certified platinum by the RIAA. The recordings on Biograph are a mix of rarities, hit singles, album tracks, they are not presented in chronological order. Every studio album released by Dylan prior to the appearance of this box set is represented by at least one track, with the exceptions of Self Portrait, Desire and Empire Burlesque, although two songs from Desire appear in live versions and "Abandoned Love" is from the Desire sessions; the set comes accompanied with a 36-page booklet, containing rare photos and liner notes by Cameron Crowe, who interviews Dylan about each of the tracks. While too comprehensive to be a greatest hits album, it does include nine of the dozen Top 40 hits by Dylan during the time period covered.
Missing are "Rainy Day Women #12 & 35", "George Jackson", "Hurricane". Nine of the ten tracks from Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits appear on this compilation. Released in all formats in a box conforming to the dimensions of a vinyl long-playing album, on August 19, 1997 it was reissued by Legacy Records in a smaller compact disc brick package, the tracks remastered using Sony's Super-Bit Mapping process. On August 6, 2002, it was reissued again in a booklet format with three discs; the 2011 edition was mastered at Sterling Sound Studios in New York City. All tracks written by Bob Dylan except "Baby Let Me Follow You Down" by Gary Davis, Dave Van Ronk, Eric von Schmidt, both "Isis" and "Romance in Durango" by Dylan and Jacques Levy; the compact disc running order is the same, except disc two ends with "Jet Pilot" inserted after "Isis". Disc one ends with "I Don't Believe You", disc two begins with "Visions of Johanna". Disc three begins with "Caribbean Wind"
Last Fool Show is a 2019 Filipino romantic comedy film written and directed by Eduardo Roy Jr. with the film producer and current ABS-CBN Corporation president Carlo Katigbak. It was filmed in Boracay island in the Philippines starring Arci JM de Guzman; the film was released in the Philippines on 10 April 2019 and 18 April 2019 in the United Arab Emirates. Arci Muñoz as Mayessa is a filmmaker; the movie starts with her pitching an indie film concept to a major mainstream movie company and galaxy films. However, the Galaxy Films executive Bibeth Orteza as Tess was presenting to insisted that she let go of the indie concept for now and think of a movie idea that would be a hit with the masses something in the line of romcom, but she needed money to help her cancer stricken mother Snooky Serna as Sonya. Isa decides to do a rom com based on her own failed love story with him Arci Muñoz as Mayessa Dominguez JM de Guzman as Paolo Snooky Serna as Sonya Bibeth Orteza as Tess Ranido Arlene Muhlach Gina Alajar Menggie Cobarrubias Josef Elizalde Cholo Barretto Patrick Sugui as himself Erin Ocampo Victor Silayan Kris Tiffany Janson as herself Chamyto Aguedan VJ Mendoza Via Antonio Alora Sasam Joanna Marie Katanyag as herself Last Fool Show on IMDb Last Fool Show at Rotten Tomatoes
Mata Hati Telinga is the third album from Indonesian pop group Maliq & D'Essentials. Released on 8 March 2009, it is the band's first album with guitarist Arya "Lale" Aditya, who replaced Satrio Moersid in 2008, it is the last album to feature Amar Ibrahim as a full member of the band, though he continues to perform live with them whenever available and has contributed trumpet and flugelhorn to subsequent studio albums. Music and lyrics by Widi Puradiredja unless otherwise stated. Maliq & D'Essentials Angga Puradiredja – vocals Indah Wisnuwardhana – vocals Widi Puradiredja – drums, Moog Dendy "Javafinger" Sukarno – bass Ifa Fachir – keyboards Amar Ibrahim – trumpet Arya "Lale" Aditya – guitarAdditional musicians Ricky Lionardi – orchestra arrangement and orchestration Eugene Bounty – alto saxophone and clarinet Enggar Widodo – trombone and tuba Reza Jozef "Rejoz" Patty – percussion Production Eki "EQ" Puradiredja – producer Indra Lesmana – mixing and mastering Widi Puradiredja – engineer Dendy "Javafinger" Sukarno – engineer
Bob Clayton was an American television game show announcer and host of several shows. He spent his early television career hosting shows in Miami, Florida before moving to New York in the 1960s. A native of Atlanta, Clayton became a vaudeville singer at age 15, he served in the Army as a combat engineer during World War II and was an announcer for the Armed Forces Radio Network after the war. He studied drama in New York City. In 1948, Clayton joined the staff of WWDX-FM in New Jersey, as an announcer. After his first national hosting job on the game Make a Face, Clayton assumed announcing duties on the long-running NBC game Concentration in 1963, took over hosting duties on the show in January 1969 as successor from original emcee Hugh Downs, he was replaced in March 1969 by Ed McMahon, but returned in September 1969 after viewer outrage and declining audience ratings. Wayne Howell replaced Clayton in the announcer's booth. Clayton had a brief flirtation with the movies when he played the bell captain in Jerry Lewis' 1960 film, The Bellboy, shot on location in Miami.
After the cancellation of Concentration, Clayton served as announcer on several shows created by Bob Stewart, including the Pyramid series of games, beginning with CBS' The $10,000 Pyramid in 1973. Pyramid began airing the Monday after the final episode of Concentration aired, in the same time slot, though on another network. Other Stewart shows he did included Blankety Blanks, Shoot for the Stars and Pass the Buck, he was married to Tahitian dancer Mireille of the Mai-Kai Restaurant in Fort Lauderdale. On November 1, 1979, Clayton died of cardiac arrest. Steve O'Brien, a New York disc jockey, took over Pyramid, he and Alan Kalter announced the show for the remainder of its days in New York; the Encyclopedia Of TV Game Shows, Third Edition by David Schwartz, Steve Ryan, Fred Wostbrock Published by Checkmark Books, an imprint of Facts on File
The Grandjean House is a Late Neoclassical property consisting of two separate buildings, one at Bredgade 4 and one at Store Strandstræde 3, on each side of a central courtyard, in central Copenhagen, Denmark.. The building is separated from Kongens Nytorv by a small building that now houses Copenhagen Amber Museum, it was built in 1854 by the architect Christian Tybjerg for pastry chef Christian Bredo Grandjean. It replaced an older building, known as the Collin House after Hans Christian Andersen pastron Jonas Collin, but this name is now associated with another building in Amaliegade; the Gtandjean House was listed on the Danish registry of protected buildings and places in 1959, A house built at the site in the 17th century was for a while the residence of Bernardino de Rebolledo, the Spanish ambassador to Denmark at that time. The building was in 1733 acquired by Tønnes Becker, a wealthy timber merchant and one of the City's 32 Men. Jonas Collin lived at the address from 1802–38, he was a prominent citizen and leading patron of the arts during the Danish Golden Age as well as a close friend and loyal supporter of Hans Christian Andersen.
Jonas Collin decided to move when it rained through the ceiling and onto the table in the presence of Bertel Thorvaldsen. In 1839 the Collins moved to Amaliegade. Jonas Collin sold the property at Store Strandstræde to the pastry chef Christian Frederik Bredo Grandjean, operating a conditori from a pavilion in the courtyard behind the mainhouse. Grandjean built the current house in 1854 with the assistance of the architect Christian Tyberg. Grandjean took up residence in the house and operated a restaurant and a conditori from the lower floors, it was frequented by many actors and artists, most notably Hans Christian Andersen, a private friend of the Grandjean's. The property consists of two individual buildings. Bredgade 4 has five bays on Store Strandstræde, it consists of four floors towards Bredgade but only three flors towards Store Strandstræde to allow for better air circulation in the courtyard. The large, arched windows in the ground floor, a typical feature of commercial properties from the Late Neoclassical period, were a novelty in Denmark at the time.
Next to it a narrow three-bay building over four floors on Store Strandstræde. The architect made a design proposal which comprised the corner on Kongens Nytorv but Grandjean failed to acquire the small Kanneworff House which now houses Copenhagen Amber Museum; the former conditori contains six murals by Christian Hetsch. The complex is owned by fifth generation of the Grandjean family. Restaurant Els is located at Store Strandstræde 3, it serves a seasonal cuisine and the décor includes tables that were specially manufactures for the place by Royal Copenhagen. The ground floor contains several stores, including an Yvonne Koné's flagship store. Josty Store Strandstræde 7 Official website
A-ha Live at Vallhall – Homecoming/Grimstad Benefit Concert is a live concert DVD/live album released in 2002 by Norwegian band A-ha of the concert in Vallhall on March 24, 2001. The DVD reached #8 and went Gold while the Live CD got #43 in the Norway.then it charted at #48 in the Estonia in 2008. "Minor Earth Major Sky" "The Sun Never Shone That Day" "Little Black Heart" "I've Been Losing You" "Manhattan Skyline" "Thought That It Was You" "I Wish I Cared" "Cry Wolf" "Mary Ellen Makes the Moment Count" "Stay On These Roads" "Early Morning" "You'll Never Get Over Me" "Velvet" "The Sun Always Shines on T. V." "The Living Daylights" "Hunting High and Low" "Summer Moved On" "Crying in the Rain" "Take On Me"Bonus Disc – Live at Grimstad "Stay On These Roads" "Early Morning" "You'll Never Get Over Me" "Summer Moved On" "The Living Daylights" "Angel" Paul Waaktaar-Savoy – guitars Magne Furuholmen – keyboards Morten Harket – vocals