Silence (Tara MacLean album)
Silence is the debut album by Canadian singer-songwriter Tara MacLean, released in 1996. "Evidence" – 4:56Tara MacLean, Greg Reely, Stephen Nikleva "Let Her Feel The Rain" – 5:27MacLean "That's Me" – 4:34MacLean "More" – 4:58MacLean "Silence" – 5:49MacLean, Nikleva "Red" – 4:22Jon Levine, MacLean "Holy Tears" – 4:05MacLean "In The Wings" – 3:54MacLean "If You Could" – 3:19MacLean "For You" – 3:55MacLean "Let Her Feel The Rain" – 5:03MacLean "Holy Tears" – 4:07MacLean Tara MacLean – vocals, backing vocals, acoustic guitar, classical guitar Ashwin Sood – Djembe, percussion, shaker Chris Von Sneidern – acoustic guitar, electric guitar Mark Jowett – 12-string guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar Veda Hille – piano Bruce Kaphan – pedal steel Daniel Presley – keyboard, backing vocals Dave Kershaw – Hammond organ, keyboard David Revelli – percussion Jack Hines – upright bass, string bass Mark V – sequencing, drum program Michael Been – acoustic guitar, electric guitar Norman Kerner – acoustic guitar Peggy Lee – cello, string arrangement Robin Winburn – saxophone Stephen Nikleva – acoustic guitar, electric guitar, bass guitar Tim Haggerty – string samples Tony Marryatt – bass guitar Produced by Norman Kerner Associate Producer: Daniel Presley Assistant Engineer: Mike Bogus Produced by Norman Kerner, Tara MacLean Produced by Greg Reely, Stephen Nikleva Produced by Greg Reely, Stephen Nikleva, Kevin Hamilton Recorded and Mixed at Brilliant Studios Recorded and Mixed by Norman Kerner, Daniel Presley Additional Recording at Slack Studios Additional Recording at The Glass Elevator Additional Recording by Kevin Hamilton Recorded and Mixed by Greg Reely
Evidence (Vincent Herring album)
Evidence is an album by saxophonist Vincent Herring, recorded in 1990 and released on Orrin Keepnews' Landmark label the following year. The AllMusic review by Scott Yanow stated "The underrated but talented hard bop altoist Vincent Herring is in excellent form on the quintet date Evidence. While Herring's tone is as usual a bit reminiscent of Cannonball Adderley, he comes up with many fresh ideas and swinging phrases on the eight songs... Recommended to fans of Herring's straight-ahead playing". All compositions by Vincent Herring except where noted "Mr. Wizard" – 5:19 "I Sing a Song" – 8:10 "Stars Fell on Alabama" – 6:20 "Voyage" – 5:55 "Hindsight" – 7:35 Additional track on CD release "Never Forget" – 6:32 "Evidence" – 7:46 "Soul-Leo" – 8:40 Vincent Herring - alto saxophone Wallace Roney – trumpet Mulgrew Miller – piano Ira Coleman – bass Carl Allen – drums
Everlife (2004 album)
Everlife is the second studio album by Everlife. This is Everlife's second studio album on Tovah/Shelterecords and was distributed by Word Distribution. Since it was a lesser known album and released by two small labels, it is considered to be an indie album and, why the Hollywood Records release is being promoted as their second album, although this album is their second studio album. All songs written by Dan Needham and Kevan Cyka. Co-writers listed below."Heaven Open Your Eyes" 3:24 "Take a Ride" 3:43 "I'm Over It" 3:33 "Evidence" 4:08 "Lead the Way" 3:47 "Save Me" 4:22 "Even When" 3:10 "Set Me Free" 3:09 "Getting Closer" 3:49 "Angels Cry" 4:02 The singles released for the promotion of the album were: "Evidence", "Heaven Open Your Eyes" and "I'm Over It". "I'm Over It" was included thanks to Disney Channel Records in the album "Disney Jams vol.7". This helped Everlife to start collaborating in different Soundtracks
Evidence: The Last Ritual
In Memoriam 2 is an adventure game by French studio Lexis Numérique for Windows platform, is notable for its Alternate Reality-style gameplay, in which the player receives e-mails from other in-game characters, including the game's main antagonist, as well as being asked to find a lot of information and clues to the games' puzzles on the internet, both from real websites, from specially-created websites that have been mixed in with other "real-world" domains. In addition to these, the French version of the game offers to send SMS messages to the player directly to their mobile phones, as well as the ability to call any of the characters and have a real phone conversation with them; the game finishes the same story started in Missing: Since January. Jessica Moses is searching for Adrian. Jack Lorski, the journalist, kidnapped in Part I of the game is found dead, with a large portion of his torso removed. A couple of weeks the authorities received another DVD from the Phoenix full of clues and Jessica's movie with different riddles and enigmas.
In order to stop him, the authorities have copied the disk hundreds of times for distribution to help with the case. Jessica is contacted by Adrian, estranged from the family for several years, she and her compatriot Sharon travel to New England in search of him. After meeting with a police officer in charge of Adrians missing persons case and a former roommate, whom Adrian had studied graphic design with, Jessica becomes concerned that Adrian had become involved in some kind of criminal activity. After discovering a secluded cabin were Adrian had been staying, they are led to a Catholic splinter sect known as the OSCS. Jessica visits the groups headquarters, discovering the building is abandoned with the exception of a squatter, they visit an ex-cult member, who fills them in on life in the cult as brutal and oppressive. Prior to this, though presented in tandem, Jack Lorski is working with a Portuguese police officer, investigating several random murders of elderly men. After discovering a link between them and a group known as Manus Domini, Jack is convinced the killer is the reemergent Phoenix.
They discover the body of a much younger man near an abandoned copper mine, with his heart torn out. After seeing pictures of the man, Jack is convinced that it is the Phoenix himself, but agrees that it was only the Phoenix's disciple, the computer programmer for the initial CD as well as the lion's share of the programming of the current game. Jessica and Sharon receive a message from Adrian asking to meet him at Ouren castle after dark. Jessica is knocked out and Sharon is abducted. Jessica is confronted with the fact that her brother was murdered trying to warn her away from the castle, is put in protective custody. Jack and the police are presented with evidence that the Phoenix will be performing another ritual murder at a different castle, rush to capture him; the realize, after finding a women's severed hand. Upon returning to the safe house, they find the entire household guard dead. At this level in the game, lines of code begin running through various portions of the puzzles; this is, revealed by emails, a spyware program, written by Adrian and the Phoenix, to decode Book XIV using the distributed computing system created by the duplication of the game disc.
An ICPA programmer creates a tracer program to pinpoint the Phoenix's current location, believed to be in Scotland, by identifying his IP address. The player is tasked with discovering the Phoenix's username and password, hidden, by Adrian, in the various films of the CD, as a failsafe in the event of his death; the Phoenix's location is tracked to northern Scotland, where Sharons mutilated body is discovered, along with additional victims from the surrounding countryside. Gerde Hanke, the profiler from the previous game, tracks the Phoenix to his hideout, an excavated warehouse. After cracking the Phoenix's password, the player is given access to the warehouse's surveillance system, guides Gerde through a series of gates meant to be similar to and symbolize the interior of a pyramid tomb. Upon reaching the culmination, a new security system is accessed; the body of "Osiris", assembled from the various body parts of the Phoenix's victims, lies hanging against a wall, with Jessica slumped on the floor nearby.
Gerde enters and is attacked by the Phoenix. He knocks the person out as the room catches fire. Grabbing Jessica's prone form, he dashes from the room leaving the Phoenix to burn alive. Following the end of the plot, an email is sent to the player from a helper who infrequently contacts the player and is hinted at being the actual Phoenix, still alive; the puzzles are similar in nature to those of the previous game, with incorporations from newer services and websites, such as Google Earth and Mapquest. Several features are carried over from the previous game, such as the 8 mm film, central to the previous game, as well as many improvements, including the ability to replay video clips, seen, which frustrated many fans who operated under the premise that the clips contained clues, but could only be viewed once. Jack Lorski: Olivier Chenevat Gerd Hanke: Stephane Cornicard Jessica Moses: Sabine Crossen Manuela Ortiz: Marta Domingo Sharon Berti: Susanna Martini Fernando: Fernando Nascimento The developers decided to design an'add-on' instead of a full-fledged sequel to their 2003 game In Memoriam, due to the excessive time and financial commitment that woul
Evidence (2012 film)
Evidence is a 2012 American found footage horror film directed and edited by Howie Askins and produced and written by Ryan McCoy, who stars in the movie. The film stars Brett Rosenberg, Abigail Richie, Ashley Bracken. Ryan is making a documentary on his friend, about camping for the first time. However, once they begin camping, they discover that there is a mysterious figure, hunting them. Ryan McCoy as Ryan Brett Rosenberg as Brett Abigail Richie as Abi Ashley Bracken as Ashley Zack Fahey as Man in Gown Blaine Gray as Rogue Wolf Keith Lewis as Lone Wolf Risdon Roberts as Sara Andrew Varenhorst as Stairway man Askins began developing Evidence in January 2010 after viewing Paranormal Activity and began shooting the film in April of the same year; the film was shot in chronological order and the production cost $12,000 to make in its entirety. Critical reception for Evidence has been mixed to negative, with Bloody Disgusting saying it " to scare". Shock Till You Drop panned the film overall, calling it a "good effort" but criticized the film's shift in tone.
In contrast, Dread Central gave a more positive review, giving it 3 1/2 out of 5 blades and praising the film's shift. JoBlo's Arrow in the Head reviewer Matt Withers wrote that he "kinda dug it" but that "a couple of effective scares and some solid visuals aren't enough to make up for a story that makes little attempt to explain itself and drags far too to be considered successful". According to Ryan McCoy on a couple of interviews, a sequel is in the works, it is said to be both a sequel. Evidence on IMDb
Evidence (2013 film)
Evidence is a 2013 crime thriller film directed by Olatunde Osunsanmi and written by John Swetnam. The film stars Torrey DeVitto, Caitlin Stasey, Harry Lennix, Svetlana Metkina, Dale Dickey, Radha Mitchell, Stephen Moyer and was released by Bold Films on July 19, 2013, it follows two detectives on their investigation of a brutal massacre, with their only leads being recording devices found at the crime scene. The film begins by showing the aftermath of the massacre in Nevada. Police are first seen going over the crime scene, showing the aftermath of everything that has happened; the story moves to a press conference with reporters asking questions about the massacre to the lead Detective Burquez, who states that the police are looking into the matter. After the conference, a disheveled Detective Reese asks to be put on the case, to which Detective Burquez assents, they move to a situation room with multiple computers going over information from the case. Here we learn that there were four video cameras found at two survivors.
They begin to watch. We see a woman practicing lines for a play the video jumps to a man playing guitar and a surprise party for the woman celebrating getting a part in a play; this is Leann, her friend Rachel is behind the camera. The video shows her boyfriend Tyler at Leann's play, where he proposes; the video shows the girls making a video to Tyler to apologize for the proposal and to continue with a trip, planned. The three are shown getting onto a shuttle bus heading to Las Vegas, driven by Ben. Along the way we see people being picked up and we meet Vicki, a dancer, Steven, a 16-year-old runaway. While watching the video the detectives notice another person on a woman. Zooming in, they notice. Focusing on the bag, they get the name Fleishman. While en route to Las Vegas, some of the passengers notice that they're not on any main roads, but dirt roads. Rachel is asking where they are going when the bus flips. Ben mentions he saw a truck repair shop a few miles back, the group begin to walk back to the repair shop.
At the shop where Ben looks around for a phone, locates a damaged service phone. Back with the group, he asks Rachel if her camera has a light, since the sun will be going down, Vicki opens a gift box with a small hand held camera with a light. Ben tells the women to gather everyone together; as Rachel goes looking for Leann in one of the buildings, the lights flicker on and Steven stumbles out of a room covered in blood. Chasing after him, the others find Rachel. Leann believes she sees someone and they all run into one of the buildings; the video pauses and we watch as the detectives contemplate Steven as the first victim. We find out about the mystery woman on the bus, Katrina Fleishman. Katrina is the wife of a military man hospitalized with posttraumatic stress disorder. Katrina left town; the detectives begin looking from Ben's perspective. He is able to get the electricity turned on. A woman walks towards a bundle of debris, looking for a flare gun, but she is not able to reach it as she is grabbed from behind, her face is smashed into the debris as she screams and fights.
Detective Reese sees a reflection in a pane of glass. Using a computer to focus, a welding mask can be seen. Detective Burquez makes a connection to Katrina Fleishman's husband, a machinist in the military, wants his picture publicised. Detective Reese continues to watch the remaining video. Back to camera one: Rachel is heard crying and everyone is frightened after Steven's death. Moving to one of the empty buildings they calm down, discuss how to get out of the area; the video jumps to Ben going to the bus for tools with Leann and Tyler looking out. Ben looks for tools to help fix the phone they finds a flare gun, they hear a noise outside and Ben gets out and is murdered by the killer, who tries to get to Rachel with his welding tool, but she runs back to the repair shop. Here she learns from Vicki that Tyler went looking for her and have not returned. Katrina tells the other women "He's here" and Rachel uses her camera's night vision to look outside, they see a person in a welding mask. Hitting Katrina in the stomach.
All the women run to a nearby building, where they find Leann, she explains that Tyler was taken and she doesn't know what happened to him. Rachel sees the flare gun out in the yard. Vicki decides to make a run for the gun, Leann gives Vicki her ring for luck and Vicki leaves to get the gun, they watch as Vicki goes towards the gun but once there they watch as the killer murders Vicki. Leann and Rachel huddle together after watching Vicki die when they hear someone outside the building and Ben stumbles in. Ben was left to die but was able to make it back to the repair shop with the wires needed to fix the phone; the frame pauses and the technician tells Detective Reese he was able to find footage on Katrina's phone camera, Detective Burquez comes in with the news that Katrina's husband has been located in a Hollywood hotel and is going to be arrested. We see what is on Katrina's camera. Katrina, looking in the camera, begins talking about how the police will be scrambling over the scene to find out what is happening.
She makes a dying request to be with t
Evidence (Mal Waldron album)
Evidence is a solo album by jazz pianist Mal Waldron recorded in Canada and released on the Canadian Dark Light Music label. The Allmusic review by Ken Dryden awarded the album 4 stars stating "The pianist's interpretations of standards on this date are among the best of his career". All compositions by Mal Waldron except. "Yesterdays" — 8:09 "No Kick" — 7:54 "Dear Old Stockholm" — 5:50 "Rhapsodic Interlude #1" — 8:55 "Evidence" — 3:48 "Let's Call This" — 4:07 "Rhapsodic Interlude #2" — 14:42 "How Long Has This Been Going On?" — 5:15Recorded in Toronto, Canada on March 14, 1988 Mal Waldron – piano