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The film also featured such acts as The Rolling Stones, Chuck Berry, Gerry & the Pacemakers, James Brown, Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas, Marvin Gaye, The Supremes, Lesley Gore, Smokey Robinson & The Miracles, and The Beach Boys ( whose sequence was later cut from the film, due to contract issues ).
The song " You'll Never Walk Alone ", originally from the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical Carousel and later recorded by Liverpool musicians Gerry & The Pacemakers, is the club's anthem and has been sung by the Anfield crowd since the early 1960s.
His famous album Libertango was recorded in Milan in May 1974 and later that year he separated from Amelita Baltar and in September recorded the album Summit-Reunion Cumbre with the saxophonist Gerry Mulligan and an Italian orchestra, including jazz musicians such as bassist Pino Presti and drummer Tullio De Piscopo, in Milan.
Similar to the approach employed in the McLean transaction, the use of publicly traded holding companies as investment vehicles to acquire portfolios of investments in corporate assets was a relatively new trend in the 1960s, popularized by the likes of Warren Buffett ( Berkshire Hathaway ) and Victor Posner ( DWG Corporation ), and later adopted by Nelson Peltz ( Triarc ), Saul Steinberg ( Reliance Insurance ) and Gerry Schwartz ( Onex Corporation ).
" Pasko later became one of several screenwriters also known for their work in comics, such as Roy Thomas and Gerry Conway, to contribute to the show.
and a later Prime Minister John Howard refused to meet Gerry Adams from Sinn Féin on a visit to Australia in 2000.
Hynde then formed a band composed of Pete Farndon ( who was later associated romantically with Hynde ) on bass, James Honeyman-Scott on guitar, and Gerry Mcilduff on drums.
Similar to the approach employed in the McLean transaction, the use of publicly traded holding companies as investment vehicles to acquire portfolios of investments in corporate assets was a relatively new trend in the 1960s popularized by the likes of Warren Buffett ( Berkshire Hathaway ) and Victor Posner ( DWG Corporation ) and later adopted by Nelson Peltz ( Triarc ), Saul Steinberg ( Reliance Insurance ) and Gerry Schwartz ( Onex Corporation ).
The group also later included conga player Wayne Woolford, vocalists Jayne and Gerry, Deborah Cooper saxophonist Fred Demerey, guitarist Louis Wright and George Victory.
In 1964 he began an association with an SWP faction called the Revolutionary Tendency, a faction which was later expelled from the SWP, and came under the influence of British Trotskyist leader Gerry Healy.
Gerry didn't let this worry him and just a week later, with a couple of broken ribs strapped up, Gerry raced a TVR at Silverstone in the Six-Hour Relay Race and probably wished he hadn't of, as he lost a wheel, twice!
He frequently led his own combos and sometimes toured with his friend Gerry Mulligan's sextet, and later with Mulligan's Concert Jazz Band.
Williams building was named after Gerry Bertier, a member of the Titans ' 1971 state championship football team who was paralyzed in a car crash and died 10 years later in a second auto accident near Charlottesville, VA.
From then until he died twenty years later Hines recorded endlessly both solo and with jazz notables like Cat Anderson, Harold Ashby, Barney Bigard, Lawrence Brown, Dave Brubeck ( they recorded duets in 1975 ), Jaki Byard ( duets in 1972 ), Benny Carter, Buck Clayton, Cozy Cole, Wallace Davenport, Eddie " Lockjaw " Davis, Vic Dickenson, Roy Eldridge, Duke Ellington ( duets in 1966 ), Ella Fitzgerald, Panama Francis, Bud Freeman, Stan Getz, Dizzy Gillespie, Paul Gonsalves, Stephane Grappelli, Sonny Greer, Lionel Hampton, Coleman Hawkins, Johnny Hodges, Peanuts Hucko, Helen Humes, Budd Johnson, Jonah Jones, Max Kaminsky, Gene Krupa, Ellis Larkins, Marian McPartland ( duets in 1970 ), Gerry Mulligan, Ray Nance, Oscar Peterson ( duets in 1968 ), Russell Procope, Pee Wee Russell, Jimmy Rushing, Stuff Smith, Rex Stewart, Maxine Sullivan, Buddy Tate, Jack Teagarden, Clark Terry, Sarah Vaughan, Joe Venuti, Earle Warren, Ben Webster, Teddy Wilson ( duets in 1965 & 1970 ), Jimmy Witherspoon, Jimmy Woode and Lester Young.
Initially this was to publish their own work and that of some like-minded friends ( including Paul Durcan, Michael Hartnett and Gerry Smyth ), and later to promote the work of neglected Irish modernists like Brian Coffey and Denis Devlin.
Riding high on her success, she starred in the 1968 comedy series Never a Cross Word, and five years later alongside actor Robert Vaughn in puppet master Gerry Anderson's live-action series The Protectors.
His father, Gerry Campbell, an immigrant to Canada from the East End of Glasgow, Scotland, taught high school drama classes in Mississauga, Ontario – first at Westwood Secondary School ( now Lincoln M. Alexander Secondary School ), later at Lorne Park Secondary School, and now at Erindale Secondary School.
Manon Rhéaume was married to Gerry St-Cyr, a roller hockey player and minor league hockey player in June 1998, whom she later divorced.
( Mann later revealed in interviews that the song was written about their friend, fellow 1960s songwriter Gerry Goffin, whose on-going drug problems were interfering with his career with then-wife Carole King.
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Adams convinced Gerry to reenter politics after the Boston Port Act closed that city's port, and Marblehead became a port to which relief supplies could be delivered.
In 1978, Gerry Adams became joint vice-president of Sinn Féin and a key figure in directing a challenge to the Sinn Féin leadership of President Ruairí Ó Brádaigh and joint vice-president Dáithí Ó Conaill.
Requirements for the new site included the availability of water transport and an all-weather airport, proximity to a major telecommunications network, availability of established industrial workers and contractor support, an available supply of water, a mild climate permitting year-round outdoor work, and a culturally attractive community. Flight controllers celebrate the Apollo 13 splashdown April 17, 1970 ; Gerry Griffin ( l ) became JSC director in 1982.
On December 23, 1814, he became next in line the Presidency upon the death of Elbridge Gerry for two days until John Gaillard was appointed President pro tempore of the Senate.
Davy Kettyles became an independent ' Progressive Socialist ' while Gerry Cullen in Dungannon and the WP northern chairman Seamus Lynch in Belfast, joined Democratic Left.
The two versions of the WRP soon became known by their newspapers with the version led by Gerry Healy and Sheila Torrence being known as the WRP ( Newsline ).
In 1973, he became a legislative aide to Representative Gerry Studds of Massachusetts, for whom Hoeffel did research on foreign overfishing.
Morello later became an in-demand clinician, teacher and bandleader whose former students include Danny Gottlieb, Max Weinberg, Rich Galichon, Phish drummer Jon Fishman, Gary Feldman, Patrick Wante, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons drummer Gerry Polci, Jerry Granelli, and Glenn Johnson.
The extent of the club's ambition became evident in the following season in finishing 3rd, scoring 1, 209 points in thirty games, with the former England ‘ A ’ outside-half Gerry Ainscough scoring 307 points, and the ex-Scotland ' A ' utility back Mark Appleson scoring sixteen tries.
In the aftermath of the 1975 Truce, the Ó Brádaigh / Ó Conaill leadership came under severe criticism from a younger generation of activists from Northern Ireland, headed by Gerry Adams, who became a vice-president of Sinn Féin in 1978.
* Thunderbirds: while this mid-sixties series was originally not tied into a single range of toys, like other Gerry Anderson series it heavily featured vehicles that were strongly toyetic, and from its original run onwards through subsequent re-runs in many decades that followed it was accompanied by extensive merchandise in both Europe and Japan, most notably in the UK during the run-up to Christmas 1993, when demand for The Tracy Island toy set so massively outstripped supply that it became headline news and the example cited every Christmas since as the archetypal mistake the whole toy industry must avoid.
Inspired by hearing Thelonious Monk's "' Round Midnight ", Russell moved to New York in the early 1940s, where he became a member of a coterie of young innovators who frequented the 55th Street apartment of Gil Evans, a clique which included Miles Davis, Charlie Parker, Gerry Mulligan, and John Lewis, later involved with the Modern Jazz Quartet.
He became closely involved with Gerry Droller ( alias Frank Bender, alias " Mr B ") of the CIA in recruiting and organizing Cuban exiles in Miami for future actions against the Cuban government.
In September, Rothley became the centre of international media attention when McCann's parents, Kate and Gerry McCann, returned to their home after being formally named as suspects in the investigation into Madeleine's disappearance.
Wohlforth now claims that the Workers League became a cult, largely due to the domination and manipulations of the principal ICFI leader at the time, Gerry Healy.
The Miracle Workers lineup in 1987 became Gerry Mohr ( vocals ), Matt Rogers ( guitar ), Robert Butler ( bass ), and Gene Trautmann ( drums ).
Lloyd and story editor Gerry Davis came up with an intriguing way of writing the First Doctor out – as he was an alien being, they decided that he would have the power to change his body when it became worn out or seriously injured, a process that was called " renewal " but would later become known within the mythology of the series as " regeneration ".
Working with musicians from Chet Baker to Gerry Mulligan, and from Billie Holiday to Lee Konitz, and in modern jazz quartet or quintet, with musicians such as Tullio De Piscopo, Pino Presti, Gianluigi Trovesi, Flavio Ambrosetti and Jean-Luc Ponty, he became a leader in the Italian and European jazz world.
Gerry Lundquist became a member of the St. Louis ska punk ensemble Mu330 in 1996 and Jay Vance formed the robot-themed rock band Captured!
Money remained short, and the manager, Gerry Raffles only managed redecoration and replacements as cash became available.