Free (Based Freestyles Mixtape)
Free is a collaborative mixtape by American rappers Lil B and Chance the Rapper. It was released for free on August 5, 2015. "Last Dance" contains uncredited vocals from Noname
Free (Airto album)
Free is an album by Brazilian jazz drummer and percussionist Airto Moreira with performances recorded in 1972. The album was released by CTI Records and reached No. 30 on the jazz album chart at Billboard magazine. At AllMusic, critic Scott Yanow writes that the album combines "jazz, Brazilian music, aspects of fusion and funk quite successfully." Adapted from AllMusic Airto Moreira – percussion, vocals Burt Collins – trumpet, flugelhorn Mel Davis – trumpet, flugelhorn Alan Rubin – trumpet, flugelhorn Wayne Andre – trombone Garnett Brown – trombone Joe Wallace – trombone Joe Farrell – soprano saxophone and bass flutes, piccolo Hubert Laws – flute Nelson Ayres – electric piano Chick Corea – piano, electric piano Keith Jarrett – piano George Benson – guitar Jay Berliner – guitar Ron Carter – double bass Stanley Clarke – bass guitar Flora Purim – vocals Don Sebesky – arranger
Free (Bonfire album)
Free is the ninth album by German band Bonfire. It was released in 2003 by Sony/BMG/LZ Records and features music that leans more towards the once popular alternative sound; the album had one for German outlet and another for worldwide distribution. The German cover had a brown wall background; the band was criticized by their loyal fans as well as several critics for the material. Reaction overall from fans was less than favourable; the song "September On My Mind" is about the 9-11 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in New York City. The reason Friends has such a long time frame is due to a large space after the song, followed by band members Claus Lessmann and Hans Ziller making recordings of the album's songs; the Album hits the Official German Media Control Top 100 Album Charts. Claus Lessmann – lead vocals, rhythm guitar Hans Ziller – lead, rhythm & acoustic guitars, talk-box, slide Uwe Köhler – bass Jürgen Wiehler – drums, percussion
Free (David Garrett album)
Free is a 2007 album by violinist David Garrett, released in Europe by Decca. "La Califfa" "Carmen Fantasie" featuring Paco Peña, guitar "Nothing Else Matters" "Csardas Gypsy Dance" "Duelling Strings" "Paganini Rhapsody" "Serenade" "Flight of the Bumble Bee" "Toccata" "Somewhere" "Eliza's Song"
Free abelian group
In abstract algebra, a free abelian group or free Z-module is an abelian group with a basis. Being an abelian group means that it is a set with an addition operation, associative and invertible. A basis is a subset such that every element of the group can be found by adding or subtracting basis elements, such that every element's expression as a linear combination of basis elements is unique. For instance, the integers under addition form a free abelian group with basis. Addition of integers is commutative and has subtraction as its inverse operation, each integer is the sum or difference of some number of copies of the number 1, each integer has a unique representation as an integer multiple of the number 1. Free abelian groups have properties, they have applications in algebraic topology, where they are used to define chain groups, in algebraic geometry, where they are used to define divisors. Integer lattices form examples of free abelian groups, lattice theory studies free abelian subgroups of real vector spaces.
The elements of a free abelian group with basis B may be described in several equivalent ways. These include formal sums over B, which are expressions of the form ∑ a i b i where each coefficient ai is a nonzero integer, each factor bi is a distinct basis element, the sum has finitely many terms. Alternatively, the elements of a free abelian group may be thought of as signed multisets containing finitely many elements of B, with the multiplicity of an element in the multiset equal to its coefficient in the formal sum. Another way to represent an element of a free abelian group is as a function from B to the integers with finitely many nonzero values; every set B has a free abelian group with B as its basis. This group is unique in the sense that every two free abelian groups with the same basis are isomorphic. Instead of constructing it by describing its individual elements, a free group with basis B may be constructed as a direct sum of copies of the additive group of the integers, with one copy per member of B.
Alternatively, the free abelian group with basis B may be described by a presentation with the elements of B as its generators and with the commutators of pairs of members as its relators. The rank of a free abelian group is the cardinality of a basis; every subgroup of a free abelian group is itself free abelian. The integers, under the addition operation, form a free abelian group with the basis; every integer n is a linear combination of basis elements with integer coefficients: namely, n = n × 1, with the coefficient n. The two-dimensional integer lattice, consisting of the points in the plane with integer Cartesian coordinates, forms a free abelian group under vector addition with the basis. Letting these basis vectors be denoted e 1 = and e 2 =, the element can be written = 4 e 1 + 3 e 2 where'multiplication' is defined so that 4 e 1:= e 1 + e 1 + e 1 + e 1. In this basis, there is no other way to write. However, with a different basis such as, where f 1 = and f 2 =, it can be written as = f 1 + 3 f 2.
More every lattice forms a finitely-generated free abelian group. The d-dimensional integer lattice has a natural basis consisting of the positive integer unit vectors, but it has many other bases as well: if M is a d × d integer matrix with determinant ±1 the rows of M form a basis, conversely every basis of the integer lattice has this form. For more on the two-dimensional case, see fundamental pair of periods; the direct product of two free abelian groups is itself free abelian, with basis the disjoint union of the bases of the two groups. More the direct product of any finite number of free abelian groups is free abelian; the d-dimensional integer lattice, for instance, is isomorphic to the direct product of d copies of the integer group Z. The trivial group is considered to be free abelian, with basis the empty set, it may be interpreted as a direct product of zero copies of Z. For infinite families of free abelian groups, the direct product is not free abelian. For instance the Baer–Specker group Z N
Have Heart is an American straight edge hardcore punk band, formed in New Bedford, Massachusetts in 2002. The band recorded a demo, released in 2003. In 2004, they released the What Counts EP, with their debut full-length, The Things We Carry arriving in 2006, their latest full-length, Songs To Scream At The Sun, has garnered much critical acclaim from hardcore critics and fans alike, winning'album of the year' from many Hardcore-oriented websites. Have Heart's lyrics cover a variety of subjects from the hardcore scene to a much larger scale. Many topics include self-image and its transition to popular media, the straight edge lifestyle, self-control and respect, pressure, self-destruction and family; such lyrical themes have allowed Have Heart to have a commanding force in at least the positive hardcore scene, the scene as a whole. Part of the resurgent Boston hardcore scene, Have Heart formed in 2002 around the core lineup of singer Patrick Flynn, guitarist Ryan Hudon, bassist Ryan Briggs. Hailing from the coastal town of New Bedford, the trio moved to Boston after graduating high school.
Working with a revolving lineup of local musicians, the band played their first show in July 2003, in November, their debut demo was released. The demo came to the attention of Think Fast! Records, who signed them for the release of the What Counts EP in 2004; the EP showcased drummer Justin Paling. In 2005, Have Heart moved to the estimable hardcore indie Bridge Nine Records and underwent a lineup change, with Kelly and Paling replaced by Kei Yasui and Shawn Costa, respectively; the following year they released The Things We their first full length. In 2007, the band toured through the U. S. Canada and Europe. In 2008, the band released their second full-length album on Bridge Nine, Songs to Scream at the Sun, which debuted and peaked at No. 193 on the Billboard top 200 and No. 16 on the Top Heatseekers chart. On May 13, 2009, vocalist Patrick Flynn told the world that Have Heart was breaking up after they completed their scheduled world tour, posting a bulletin on the group's Myspace account: "Once the Fall rolls around, we can't do this band the way we would prefer to anymore.
Knowing this deadline of ours and having a whole world tour booked, we'd like to take advantage of the chance to say goodbye to all the people we have met around the world over the years. So, please come check us out in the remaining months on our little trip around the globe. So far Asia has been a wonderful experience and we're happy to have had the chance to meet so many kind people and look forward to the rest of Asia. We will be playing our last show on this year's National Edge Day on October 17, 2009 with a bunch of our friends bands and a sweet guest, it will be somewhere T accessible in the Boston area. It will be a benefit for a women's shelter in New Bedford, MA, run by my kind mother. It's been a nice 7 years and we'd like to thank all the unique hardcore kids and bands we have encountered. We have met so many wonderful people. It's been so great. Take care and hope to see you over the next couple months." The bulletin received over 400 comments from fans. On May 13, Have Heart announced that after finishing their world tour and doing a final show on October 17, 2009 for National Edge Day in Massachusetts, they will split.
Their final tour with support from Shipwreck covered every major continent. However, due to a family crisis, Flynn was absent during the first week of shows on the European tour. In this time, Sam Yarmuth from Triple B Records filled in for Flynn, he rejoined the tour on July 3 in Wiesbaden, Germany. On July 25, 2009, Pat Flynn told the audience during their set on Moshvalleyfest in Belgium that they might release a last EP that year, though this plan was scratched. A day on July 26, they played Fluff Fest in Czechia. Bridge Nine Records posthumously released a live recording of Have Heart's final show, titled 10.17.09, on November 23, 2010. The release features, in one package, the performance on both CD and DVD. Included with 10.17.09 was a pamphlet announcing We Were Supposed To Stay Young, an upcoming DVD chronicling the band's career and general scene of the time. Named after lyrics from Minor Threat's "Betray", the DVD is set to be released at some point in 2012. Final showHave Heart's final show was played on National Edge Day 2009 in Revere, along with other straight edge bands.
Many members of bands presented testimonies of how members from Have Heart had a huge influence on their lives and careers, along with presenting stories of good times shared with members of Have Heart. Have Heart's last performance consisted of songs from all three of their releases and went for one hour. Fans responded with some using boogie boards for stage diving; the last song they played was "Watch Me Rise" from The Things We Carry. Afterwards, Flynn laid out on the stage and a good majority of the crowd surrounded him onstage cheering and chanting, "Have Heart," along with fans shouting their personal testimonies to the significance Have Heart had on their lives; this lasted for around 20 minutes straight. Patrick Flynn estimated 1500 people attended, whilst Bridge Nine estimated around 2000. Following the disbandment of Have Heart, Patrick Flynn began working as a history teacher but he and the other members remained active in their local scenes. Flynn and Costa, along with members of Dropdead, Fucking Invinsible, Voices Forming Weapons, formed the band Sweet Jesus in 2010.
Flynn and Stemper formed the straight edge band Clear and released a demo in 201
Free (Virtue album)
Free is the fourth album from gospel group, Virtue. Singles released off the album include, "Healin'", "Lord I Lift My Hands", "You Just Be You" Only God's In This - 2:56 Healin' - 3:33 Jesus Paid The Ransom - 3:31 Free - 4:11 Thankful - 3:50 You'll Win If You Try - 4:28 Lord I Lift My Hands - 3:35 Worthy - 3:32 Interlude - You Just Be You - 0:39 You Just Be You - 3:31 He's Able - 3:07 Everything Will Be Alright - 3:29 Open Arms - 3:41 Nothing Else I Can Do - 4:02 You Just Be You - 3:36 Free at AllMusic