In Your Dreams (album)
In Your Dreams is the seventh studio album by American singer-songwriter and Fleetwood Mac vocalist Stevie Nicks, released on May 3, 2011 by Reprise Records. It is her first solo studio album since 2001's Trouble in Shangri-La and coincides with the 30th anniversary of the release of her debut solo album Bella Donna. On May 11, 2011, Billboard announced that the album had sold 52,418 copies in its first week of release and debuted at #6 on the Billboard 200, giving Nicks her fifth top ten album on that chart; the album spent 16 weeks within the Billboard 200 and has sold 199,000 copies in the U. S. as of May 2014 according to Nielsen SoundScan. In Your Dreams debuted and peaked at #14 on the UK Albums Chart, giving Nicks her fifth Top 20 album there; the accompanying 2011/12 tour though only short, grossed $8.7 million in North America alone. In late February 2010, David A. Stewart revealed, using his Twitter account, that he was working with Nicks on at least four new songs, including one called "Everybody Loves You".
A 38-second snippet of the song was posted on Stewart's Twitter account. He confirmed that he and Nicks were working on an album, said that it is being done "in a new way". On March 16, 2010, Stewart reported on his Twitter that he and Nicks were now recording songs together. On BBC Radio 2 on May 3, 2010, he stated in an interview with DJ Simon Mayo that the new album will be recorded throughout June with a release that year, however this proved premature. On July 5, 2010, Stewart tweeted several pictures and messages about him and Nicks working in the studio. In one of the tweets, Stewart stated that he, Waddy Wachtel, Mike Campbell, Michael Bradford, Mike Rowe, Steve Ferrone were all working on the album, that Mick Fleetwood has contributed drums to at least one track. Waddy Wachtel has been Nicks' lead guitarist for most of her solo career, featuring prominently on all of her albums to date. Stewart stated in that tweet that seven tracks have been completed thus far and it was their final day of these sessions in the studio together.
Nicks was scheduled to play five live dates in the US in August, returned to the studio to complete writing and recording on the album. The cover of the album was released on March 2011, via Nicks' official website; the cover photograph was taken by a horse in a forest scene. The track listing was made available soon after; the first single, "Secret Love", was released on January 13, 2011. The single was made available for immediate digital download by pre-ordering the album from stevienicks.warnerreprise.com. It is an faithful adaptation of the demo that has circulated on the Internet. "Secret Love" peaked at #20 on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart. A video for "Cheaper Than Free", featuring David A. Stewart, was released."Soldier's Angel" was released to some radio outlets on May 27, 2011. Although the song has not been confirmed to be a single, it has received promotional airplay from several radio stations and by purchasing the song through the Lifetime Network as a download supports "The Yellow Ribbon Fund" for the U.
S. Military. On June 16, 2011, it was announced that "For What It's Worth" would be released as the second single for In Your Dreams, according to a press release issued by Live Nation, which announced Nicks' concert tour; the single was released to radio on July 11, 2011. The music video for the single was released on August 24, 2011. "For What It's Worth" debuted on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart at #25 on September 22, 2011. A video for "Moonlight" was released on October 13, 2011. Upon release, the album received positive reviews, with several critics hailing In Your Dreams as the best album of Nicks' solo career. Allmusic's Stephen Thomas Erlewine commented that producer Stewart's "real coup is focus, letting each element fit snugly together so In Your Dreams winds up capturing the essence of Stevie Nicks, which, as her previous three decades of solo albums prove, is no easy feat.", giving the album 4 of 5 stars. Mikael Wood of EW gave the release an "A", saying "We'll never complain about hearing Stevie warble the word dreams.
On March 25, 2011, Reprise Records released a promotional trailer for the album. On April 13, 2011, Nicks appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show performing the single "Secret Love." A video for the song "Cheaper Than Free" was made available on April 12, 2011 as a free download on the iTunes Store. On April 26, 2011, the music video for the first single "Secret Love" was released; the video features Dave Stewart and Mick Fleetwood. The album was available to be streamed in its entirety at the Rolling Stone website on April 27, 2011. Due to a bout of pneumonia and the flu, Nicks had to cancel several appearances in New York during the week of her album release, including her appearance on The Today Show and a performance at Webster Hall. Nicks appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show again on May 10, 2011, this time performing her single, "Secret Love". On May 17, 2011, she made an appearance on Dancing with the Stars, performing two songs, "Landslide" and "Secret Love."Nicks made her first solo promotional visit to the UK since 1989 in mid-June, appearing on popular TV programs such as BBC Breakfast and Loose Women and doing several interviews for The Sun, The Daily Mail and The Telegraph newspapers and several magazines.
On June 26, Nicks appeared at Hard Rock Calling festival in London's Hyde Park and performed for a crowd of 50,000+ people. The following day, Nicks appeared at HMV Oxford Circus for an albu
Junior Varsity (EP)
Junior Varsity is a self-produced EP by Say Anything. Junior Varsity was the first album released by Say Anything and it is one of their rarer CDs with only 200 to 300 copies made. In Your Dreams is the second pressing of Junior Varsity, it includes all four songs from the original album along with a fifth track, "Sappy," the first song written by Max Bemis. Like Junior Varsity, it was self-released; the album was re-released on January 22, 2013 on the third disc of All My Friends Are Enemies: Early Rarities. The three-disc album is a "collection of remastered B-sides and rarities", most of which were recorded before... Is A Real Boy. "The Last Great Punk Rock Song" - 3:52 "Dreaming of Manhattan" - 4:40 "She Got Away" - 3:32 "High School Low" - 4:28 "Sappy" †† Included only on In Your Dreams According to the album's liner notes, the lineup was as follows: Max Bemis: vocals, guitars Coby Linder: drums Mike Levin: bass Evan Span: guitars
Susan George (actress)
Susan Melody George is an English film and television actress, film producer, Arabian horse breeder. She has recalled many holidays at the caravan park in Font-y-Gary in South Wales as a child, she trained at the Stage School, Corona Theatre School and has acted since the age of four, appearing on both television and film. She is best known for such films as Straw Dogs with Dustin Hoffman, Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry with Peter Fonda and Mandingo with Ken Norton; when asked in a 2013 interview about working with Hoffman and director Sam Peckinpah in Straw Dogs, George said: I had a love-hate relationship with Sam, but he was a brilliant director and a genius of his time. Dustin was a generous actor to work with, who could be intense at times, but had a great personality and an mischievous sense of humour. Making the film was a fantastic experience and one that I cherish to this day. In the early 1970s, George came to be associated with rather provocative, sometimes controversial roles and became quite type-cast.
Cinema writer Leslie Halliwell's rather terse summary of her career was: "British leading lady, former child actress. Her lighter side was apparent in some of her TV appearances, such as in an episode of The Persuaders with Roger Moore and Tony Curtis. In 1988, George marked her film-producing debut with Stealing Heaven. Susan George was married to British actor Simon MacCorkindale from 5 October 1984 until his death from cancer on 14 October 2010, they had no children. Before her marriage, her name was linked with several celebrities, including footballer George Best and Prince Charles, she had a four-year relationship with American singer Jack Jones, spent another four years as the partner of casino manager Derek Webster. Stealing Heaven Djavolji raj The House That Mary Bought Jackie Brown George breeds Arabian horses and has a stud farm called Georgian Arabians. Susan George on IMDb Susan George makes equestrian photography debut – Horse & Hound Online Interview with Susan George at Classic Film & TV Cafe
Lucian Piane known by the Internet nickname RevoLucian, is an American composer and music producer. He has composed music for several films, television shows, theater productions and singers, received a Recording Industry Association of America Platinum Album Award for his production work on Hairspray: Soundtrack to the Motion Picture. Piane has achieved Internet fame under the name RevoLucian for his satirical techno remixes, most notably "Bale Out", which featured profanity-laced tirades from actor Christian Bale made on the set of Terminator Salvation. Piane is gay. Piane graduated from New York University in 2003 with a Bachelor of Music in Composition, he has worked with composer and songwriter Marc Shaiman. Piane received a Recording Industry Association of America Platinum Album Award for his production work on New Line Records' Hairspray: Soundtrack to the Motion Picture, nominated for a Grammy Award. Piane scored the music for the 2006 musical In Your Dreams, written by Zeke Farrow. Piane has composed scores for the HBO documentary An Omar Broadway Film and the film Pretty Ugly People.
He wrote the song "Year End Rap" which blogger Perez Hilton performed on his VH1 special, What Perez Sez. Piane wrote the song "Stunning" for Calpernia Addams for her reality television show, Transamerican Love Story. Piane lives in Los Angeles, in 2009 worked on the album Champion by RuPaul. Piane composed the music for the 2009 horror film, Sorority Row, arranged music for a song and video called "The Clap" by Perez Hilton, recorded for the motion picture soundtrack of the film Another Gay Sequel: Gays Gone Wild. In 2011 he teamed up with RuPaul again producing the album Glamazon. On February 24, 2014 his third album with RuPaul, Born Naked, was released. Piane has achieved Internet fame for his satirical celebrity techno remixes. Published under his online name RevoLucian, Piane has released remixes featuring Barbra Streisand, Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, political commentator Bill O'Reilly, Andrew Meyer, who received national media attention when he was tasered by police during a speech given by U.
S. Senator John Kerry at the University of Florida. Piane has described his remixes as "just a hobby." His remix of Streisand's 2006 outburst was described as a "dance-tastic song" by Maxine Shen and Raakhee Mirchandani of the New York Post who highlighted it on their hot list of "What We're Obsessed With This Week". Louis Bayard of Salon highlighted Piane's remix of the O'Reilly outburst made public in 2008, in their "Critics' Picks" column. Piane attracted strong attention for "Bale Out" a three-minute-long techno remix featuring audio clips from a profanity-laced tirade actor Christian Bale delivered to cinematographer Shane Hurlbut on the set of Terminator Salvation. Piane made the song shortly after Bale attracted national media attention in February 2009, "Bale Out" became so popular it attracted media attention itself, he heard the audio of Bale while working on an album for RuPaul. The song was posted on the websites MySpace and YouTube on February 2, 2009, received over 200,000 views within one day.
By February 4, 2009, it had received 700,000 views. Regarding the song, Piane said, "I think. I don't know if Christian Bale is enjoying it. I think I've taken something that maybe made him look bad and turned it into something that all these people are enjoying." In an interview with E!: Entertainment Television, Christian Bale said of the song, "It was a good remix. They did a good job." After receiving a remix of his outburst from a friend, Bale said, "They did a bloody good job! I've gotta say, what a great impulse, you know? To take something ugly like that and make it into a dance? That's a wonderful thing." McG, the director of Terminator Salvation, has praised "Bale Out" and has a copy of the song on his iPod. Piane was a supporter of Bernie Sanders for the 2016 United States presidential election. On November 3, 2016, Piane generated controversy when he sent out a series of tweets and Instagram posts that implied the Clintons had murdered people, that Michelle Obama was an "idiot" and various other conspiracies.
His tweets were criticized for being racist using ethnic slurs. This led to a major backlash against his longstanding ties with RuPaul, the latter of whom came to his defense by blaming mental illness for the incidents. List of Internet phenomena List of YouTube celebrities Mashup Sound collage Official site Lucian Paine on MySpace Music RevoLucian YouTube Channel Lucian Piane on IMDb