In Greek mythology, Podalirius or Podaleirius was a son of Asclepius. With Machaon, his brother, he led thirty ships from Tricca, Thessaly in the Trojan War on the side of the Greeks. Like Machaon, he was a legendary healer, he healed holder of the bow and arrows of Heracles required to end the war. He was one of those. Alongside Amphimachus, Calchas and Polypoetes he traveled to Colophon, where Calchas died. Unlike his brother, Podalirius survived the war, subsequently settled in Caria. Accounts vary as to. According to one version, he returned to Argos after the war but went on to consult the Delphian oracle about a preferable place for himself to live, was instructed to stay at a place where he would suffer no harm should the sky fall. Others relate that on the way back from Troy Podalirius' ship was blown off course so he landed in Syrnus, where he settled. In yet another version, he got shipwrecked near the Carian coast but was rescued by a shepherd named Bybassus, the eponym-to-be of a city in Caria.
Podalirus could be the founder of Syrnus. Podalirius arrived at the court of the Carian king Damaethus and healed the king's daughter Syrna, who had fallen off a roof. In reward, Damaethus handed the power over the peninsula over to him. Podalirus founded two cities, one of which he named Syrnus after his wife and the other Bybassus after the shepherd to whom he owed his life. According to Strabo, a heroum of Podalirius, another of Calchas, were located in Daunia, Italy, on a hill known as Drium. By the hero-shrine of Podalirius there flowed. Lycophron writes that Podalirius was buried in Italy near the cenotaph of Calchas, but John Tzetzes accuses him of providing false information and defends the versions cited above. 4086 Podalirius, a Jovian asteroid Podalyria, a plant genus in Fabaceae, was named for Podalirius. Iphiclides podalirius, the scarce swallowtail butterfly; the dictionary definition of Podaleirios at Wiktionary
Jesus Freak is the fourth studio album by the band DC Talk and was released on November 21, 1995 on ForeFront Records. The style was a marked departure from the group's previous releases, incorporating a heavier rock sound and elements of grunge, popular at the time; the album was released to both commercial acclaim. It peaked at number 16 on the Billboard 200 and six of the album's seven singles reached number one across various Christian radio formats, it won the 1997 Grammy Award for Best Rock Gospel Album. Jesus Freak is considered to be one of the greatest and most influential albums in the history of Christian music. After three albums of hip-hop oriented sound, including DC Talk's Grammy award-winning third album, Free at Last, based on hip-hop- and pop-oriented songwriting, the trio decided to innovate and reinvent their style. After three years, DC Talk returned with songs featuring a more alternative rock sound. Thus, the album's lead single, "Jesus Freak", was considered unexpected by critics alike.
Michael Tait said, "I was into rock and roll at the time I wanted to make a rock record." The band decided to focus on more rock-oriented music, with touches of rap and pop interwoven into the mix. Tait explained, "We wanted to write songs that would touch a generation." Compared to DC Talk's other albums, Jesus Freak was, stylistically, an experiment. The album was a fusion of various musical genres, including pop and grunge, all combined with hip hop; the title track, "Jesus Freak," is of historical importance. It is believed to be the first link between grunge and rapcore in CCM; the song was played on some secular stations. In addition, the album contains two cover songs: "Day by Day," from the musical Godspell, a overhauled version of "In the Light" by Charlie Peacock. Two spoken-word samples are heard; as with the genres, the themes of Jesus Freak are varied, ranging from the spiritual - such as accepting Jesus, atheism - to the social - such as seeking forgiveness from a friend, facing intolerance, acceptance.
Jesus Freak was released on November 21, 1995. It debuted at number 16 on the Billboard 200, selling over 85,800 copies in its first week of release; this number was the highest debut for a Christian album at the time. After the album, released through ForeFront Records, proved to be successful, the band signed an exclusive distribution deal with Virgin Records; the label made it a priority to promote the album to mainstream music fans. Due to this promotional increase, "Between You and Me" became a hit for the band, managing to chart on the Billboard Hot 100. After the initial success of its release, Jesus Freak was RIAA-certified as Gold by its first month, for shipments exceeding 500,000 units; the album has gone on to sell over two million copies in the United States, achieving double platinum certification by the RIAA. Critical response to Jesus Freak was positive, many of the album's singles were met with positive reception. For instance, "Jesus Freak" was the first non-AC song to win the Dove Award for Song of the Year.
The album spawned several hit singles. Six of the album's singles became number-one hits across various Christian radio formats. "Between You and Me" was a cross-over hit on secular radio, peaking at number 29 on the Billboard Hot 100. The album is considered one of the greatest and most influential Christian albums of all time and is viewed as a landmark of the 1990s alternative rock scene, it is one of the biggest-selling Christian albums of all time and has been certified double platinum in the United States and gold in Canada. On June 20, 2006, Gotee Records released a ten-year anniversary tribute, Freaked!, featuring artists from record labels Gotee and Mono vs Stereo covering songs from the original album. "In the Light" and "Jesus Freak" are both featured in Alive and Transported. In addition, the songs are still sung in tobyMac, Kevin Max, Newsboys concerts. In 2006, EMI released a commemorative 10th-anniversary version of the album, Jesus Freak: 10th Anniversary Special Edition; this special edition contained a bonus disc of brand-new remixes, live tracks, demos.
A single-disc remaster was released in 2013. For the 20th anniversary of the album in November 2015, SMLXLVinyl.com released a double lp 180-gram vinyl of the album. It was its first pressing on the format. Colored People Jesus Freak Day by Day Between You and Me McNeil, W. K. Encyclopedia of American Gospel Music. Routledge, 2005. ISBN 0-415-94179-2 Taff, Tori. 100 Greatest Songs in Christian Music. Integrity, 2006. ISBN 1-59145-210-4
Anna Falchi is a Finnish-Italian model and film actress. Anna Falchi was born Anna Kristiina Palomäki in Tampere, the daughter of an Italian father, Benito Falchi, Finnish mother Karina. Anna has a half brother in Sweden Peter. In 1978, at the age of six, she moved to Italy with her family, she started her career as a model. She first appeared on television in a commercial for an Italian bank in 1992; the ad starred Paolo Villaggio, was directed by the celebrated Federico Fellini. This helped her launch a film career, starting with Nel continente nero in 1993, she appeared in many films since, including the 1994 fantasy movie Desideria e l'Anello del Drago, the 1997 film La principessa e il povero and the 2005 comedy Nessun messaggio in segreteria. She has been a popular television personality, hosting various specials on Italian television, she is less known in the English speaking world. Some know her for the lead female role in the film Dellamorte Dellamore, released in the U. S. as Cemetery Man.
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