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Artisan (album)

Artisan is the thirteenth studio album recorded by the Japanese singer-songwriter Tatsuro Yamashita. It was released in June 1991, led by a string of. One of them, "Endless Game" was featured as the theme for a TV drama Yūwaku aired on TBS in 1990, it was released as a single in April 1990, became his third top-5 hit as a performer on the Japanese Oricon singles chart. In the same year, Yamashita contributed a song "Without You" for Debbie Gibson, issued as a Japan-only single and the bonus disc for Japanese edition of her third album Anything is Possible. Yamashita rewrote the song and recorded by himself, under the title "Sayonara Natsu no Hi", his rendition of the song was released as the second lead single for Artisan in May 1991. It gained a similar commercial success to its predecessor; the lead-off track of Artisan is a song dedicated to the late Osamu Tezuka, a Japanese cartoonist who deceased in 1989. In 1992, it was released as the fourth single from the album, he sings of a painting Rain and Speed - The Great Western Railway by J. M. W. Turner on the third track entitled "Turner's Steamroller" which became a single.

Fifth track of the album is a cover version of "New York is a Lonely Town", a song written by Anders/Poncia and recorded by their group The Trade Winds. Yamashita interpreted the mid-1960s U. S. top-40 charting hit changing the part of the lyrics. On the eighth track, Yamashita's spouse Mariya Takeuchi wrote the lyrics to his composition. Aside from "Mighty Smile", the couple wrote three songs together for Masayuki Suzuki's second solo album Radio Days in 1988. Among them, Yamashita recorded "Misty Mauve" for Artisan, although it was not released until 2002 on his Rarities album; the closing track of Artisan is a cover version of The Young Rascals' 1967 U. S. number-one hit. It has been the ending theme for Sunday Songbook, a weekly radio program that Yamashita has hosted since 1992. Artisan became his first album, not released on LP. Like his 1989 live album Joy, illustration for a front cover of Artisan was drawn by Andre Miripolsky, who painted a cover art of Bette Midler's 1983 No Frills album.

It debuted at the #1 on the Oricon, spent 20 weeks on chart with sales of over 700,000 copies in total. In December 1991, the album won the 33rd Japan Record Awards for "Best Pop/Rock Album" and "Excellent Albums" prizes. All songs written and composed by Tatsuro Yamashita, except where indicated "Atom no Ko" - 4:26 "Sayonara Natsu no Hi" - 4:36 "Turner no Kikansha -Turner's Steamroller-" - 4:34 "Kataomoi" - 4:39 "Tokyo's a Lonely Town" - 2:41 "Human" - 1:48 "Splender" - 5:25 "Mighty Smile " - 3:14 " "Queen of Hype" Blues" - 5:15 "Endless Game" - 4:10 "Groovin'" - 3:20 Tatsuro Yamashita - Lead and backing vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, acoustic piano, electric sitar, hammond organ, percussion, hand bells, drum programming, computer programming, effect Kouki Itou - Electric bass Hiroyuki Nanba - Acoustic piano Masato Matsuda - Acoustic piano Tōru Shigemi - Synthesizer Jun Aoyama - Drums Motoya Hamaguchi - Percussion Shin Kazuhara - Trumpet Yasuo Hirauchi - Trombone Jake H Conception Tenor sax Satoru Hirahara - Baritone sax Tadanori Kogawa - Trombone Mariya Takeuchi - Background vocals Kazuhito Murata - Background vocals Masamichi Sugi - Background vocals

Change (In the House of Flies)

"Change" referred to as "Change", is a song by American alternative metal band Deftones, released as the first single from their third album, White Pony, in June 2000. It remains their most commercially successful single to date, peaking at No. 3 in Billboard's Alternative Songs chart, No. 9 in the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart and No. 53 in the UK Singles Chart. The song was featured on the MuchMusic compilation album Big Shiny Tunes 5. Consequence of Sound described the song as alternative rock; the music video, directed by Liz Friedlander, features the band playing at a party. The people attending wear animal masks; the video was shot at California estate. An acoustic version appeared on the MTV The Return of the Rock, Vol. 2 compilation, was included on the band's B-Sides & Rarities album. The EBM and industrial group Ayria recorded a cover of the song for the special 2CD version of their 2008 Hearts for Bullets album. Alternative metal band Breaking Benjamin performed a live cover of this song during the spring leg of their 2008 tour.

The post-grunge and alternative metal band Seether performed an acoustic cover of this song for SiriusXM in 2014. The song appeared in several films and TV shows including Little Nicky, Dragon Ball Z: Cooler's Revenge, Queen of the Damned, Major Crimes, Wolf Lake, The Following and American Dad! in addition to the trailer for the seventh season of Dexter. The song can be purchased as downloadable content for the video game Rocksmith 2014 as a single song or as a 4-pack including the songs "Be Quiet and Drive", "Digital Bath", "Hole in the Earth". Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics

Centre for London

Centre for London is London's dedicated think tank. Based in the UK, it undertakes research and organises events aimed at developing new solutions to the capital's critical challenges; the Centre, politically independent, advocates for a fair and prosperous global city. The Centre is a registered charity, it is funded by a mixture of public and third sector supporters. History Centre for London was founded in 2011 as a programme within Demos, a UK-based think tank. In 2013, the Centre was launched as an independent registered charity; the Centre's current research is organised around four core priorities: • Promoting skills and good work. Board The Centre's chair of trustees is Liz Peace, Chairman of the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation. Other trustees include Ben Page, Chief Executive of Ipsos Mori and Mark Boleat, Deputy Chairman of the City of London Corporation's Policy and Resources Committee. Senior leadership Centre for London was founded by Ben Rogers, a writer on philosophy and history, former Cabinet Office strategist and member of the London Finance Commission.

Rogers writes for the Evening Standard, Financial Times and other papers. Richard Brown joined the Centre as Research Director from the London Legacy Development Corporation in 2014. Over the last seven years Centre for London has published over 50 policy reports, hosted over 100 public events, five major hustings and seven high-level conferences. Skills and Work The Centre has published several reports on good work and the digital economy. In 2013, it published an influential report by Kitty Usher, arguing that the Mayor of London should be given the power to set a statutory minimum wage for the capital. A 2014 report by Charles Leadbeater coined the term "Endies" in describing the large percentage of Londoners in work but struggling with the capital's high cost of living; the Centre has been known for its work on East London's digital economy, including A Tale of Tech City the first independent report on the East London digital cluster, —and Connecting Tech City, an initiative aimed at connecting local young people and London's digital firms.

It set up a digital platform -wearedotdotdot— that allows young people to find digital skills programmes and training opportunities in Tech City. In 2016, the Centre put forward recommendations for how the Mayor of London could support digital growth and innovation, including to introduce a Chief Digital Officer, which Sadiq Khan committed to appointing on his election. More in 2018, the Centre published Human Capital, a report produced in association with Ernst & Young, which suggested that a third of London's jobs have high potential for automation, it found that London's economy and workers are well-placed to adapt but called on policymakers to think radically about their response to workforce change. Housing Much of Centre for London's work has focused on the built environment; this includes two influential reports published in 2014 looking at the role of the Thames Estuary in meeting London's housing needs. Ahead of the 2016 London Mayoral Election, the Centre revealed how the housing crisis had changed the face of poverty and inequality in the capital.

It set out an ambitious reform agenda to transform south London's railway network. In recent years, its research has focussed on estate densification, the barriers preventing councils from house building and the development opportunities at London's stations. Transport and Pollution In 2017, Centre for London convened an independent, expert commission to examine how London can best manage the conflicting pressures on its roads and streets, tackle the problems of congestion, pollution and road safety; the Commission was chaired by Sir Malcolm Grant CBE, Chair of NHS England and was made up of senior experts, including Professor Frank Kelly, Professor of Environmental Health, Kings College London and Professor Peter Jones OBE, Professor of Transport and Sustainable Development, University College London. Their final report, Street Smarts was published in October 2017 and was welcomed by Deputy Mayor of London for Transport, Val Shawcross. Global Capital In 2015 Centre for London collaborated with The Global Cities Initiative —a joint project of the Brookings Institution and JPMorgan Chase—on a number of events and publications, including Nations and the Wealth of Cities, by Greg Clark and the Rt Hon.

Greg Clark MP. Following the EU referendum result in 2016, Centre for London published Open City in July 2017, which considered the challenges that Brexit poses for London's position as a global city and set out the most urgent areas for action; the Centre coordinated an open letter to Rt Hon David Davis MP to mark the report's launch, including signatories such as Lord Andrew Adonis, Sadiq Khan, Chuka Umunna MP and Helen Hayes. It continues its work to help London maintain its international prominence while strengthening relations with the rest of the UK. Other In 2015, Centre for London launched a quarterly journal entitled London Essays, published nine times until its final edition in December 2017. In this year, the Centre launched a new digital publication, The London Intelligence, a quarterly analysis of the latest data on London under five major themes: demography, economy and housing, society and health and environment. Events Centre for London hosts an annual Conference - The London Conference - - which has established itself as a significant event in London's political calendar - the one time in the year when leading L

1988 BDO World Darts Championship

The 1988 Embassy World Darts Championship was held at the Lakeside Country Club in Frimley Green, Surrey between 9 and 17 January 1988. The tournament was won by the number 1 seed, Bob Anderson, who played to a high level throughout the week. Bob Anderson John Lowe Eric Bristow Bob Sinnaeve Mike Gregory Jocky Wilson Cliff Lazarenko Dave Whitcombe The prize fund was £85,600. Champion: £16,000 Runner-Up: £8,000 Semi-Finalists: £4,000 Quarter-Finalists: £2,200 Last 16: £1,600 Last 32: £1,000There was a 9 Dart Checkout prize of £52,000, along with a High Checkout prize of £1,000. Malcolm Davies of Wales who broke his hand was replaced by Terry O'Dea of Australia in the first round

Demetris Ioannou

Demetris Ioannou born December 8, 1968 is a former international Cypriot football defender and a football manager. He started his career in 1990 from Apollon Limassol and followed six successful seasons in Anorthosis Famagusta, he played in Olympiakos Nicosia for just six months and he ended his career in AEP Paphos. He is regarded as one of the greatest Cypriot centre backs of all time and captained the Cyprus National Team for a four-year period, his son, Nicholas Ioannou, was born on November 10, 1995. He plays as a centre defender, was signed up by Manchester United when he was 11 years old, he progressed through the ranks at Old Trafford and he was a member of the inaugural UEFA Youth League squad. On the 24th of April 2014 he signed a 3 year contract with the biggest football club of Cyprus, APOEL Nicosia. Demetris Ioannou at National-Football-Teams.com