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Live in Japan

Live in Japan can refer to one of the following albums or videos: Live in Japan Live in Japan Live in Japan Live in Japan Live in Japan Live in Japan Live in Japan Live in Japan Live in Japan Live in Japan Live in Japan Live in Japan Live in Japan Live in Japan Live in Japan Live in Japan Live in Japan Live in Japan Live in Japan Live in Japan Live in Japan Live in Japan Live in Japan Live in Japan Live in Japan Live in Japan Live in Japan Live in Japan Live in Japan Live in Japan Live in Japan, a 1974 album by Wilson Pickett Live in Japan, a 1990 album by Night Ranger Live in Japan, a 2011 album by former Fleetwood Mac member Bob Welch Live in Japan'78 Live in Japan: Spring Tour 1973, a Donovan album Rockin' Every Night – Live in Japan, a Gary Moore album Live in Japan 2004, an Incubus album EleKtrik: Live in Japan, a King Crimson album Rituals: Live in Japan, a Painkiller album Destroy All Monsters/Live in Japan, a Raven album The Filthy Lucre Tour: Live in Japan, a Sex Pistols album Shakatak Live in Japan Live in Japan 2002, a Simple Plan album The Supremes Live!

In Japan Five out of Five, a Talisman album Open the Window, Close the Door – Live in Japan, a Thunder album Live in Japan 1978: Dear John C. an album by jazz drummer Elvin Jones Elvin Jones Jazz Machine Live in Japan Vol. 2, an album by jazz drummer Elvin Jones The Cure Live in Japan Super Live in Japan, a Queen + Paul Rodgers DVD We Are the Champions: Final Live in Japan, a Queen video'89 Live in Japan, a Quiet Riot DVD Live from Japan, a concert video by Johnny Winter At Budokan

Richard Henry Thompson

The Honourable Richard Henry Thompson M. L. C. was Methodist Lay Preacher. He was born at Paeroa in New Zealand to miner Leslie Foster Caroline Walker, his parents returned to Australia when he was two and he attended state schools before completing his education at Newington College. In his final year he was a member of the 1st XV Rugby, 1st VIII 1st Debating Team; the Richard Thompson Memorial Debating Prize is awarded at Newington in his memory. After school he worked with Sun Newspapers Limited and became a business consultant. Thompson was a Fellow of the Royal Economic Society and served as Chairman of City of Sydney Eisteddfod in 1946 and President of the Australian Debating Union from 1949 until 1964, he was a member of the council of Newington College from 1948 until 1964 and was President of the Old Newingtonians' Union in 1952 and 1953. He was a councillor of the Central Methodist Mission, he was a member of the Australian Club and was known as Laddie. On 19 March 1934 he married Constance Olive Mayhew.

From 1940 to 1964 he was a Liberal member of the New South Wales Legislative Council. Although he was re-elected for the term beginning in 1964, he died before parliament resumed at Balgowlah