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Hornsby and the Range's second album, Scenes From The Southside ( on which Peter Harris replaced Mansfield ) was released in 1988.
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Hornsby and the Range's sound was distinctive for its consistent use of syncopation in his piano solos, a bright piano sound and an extensive use of synthesizers as background for Hornsby's solos, most notable on the tracks " The Show Goes On " and " The Road Not Taken ".
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Sabermetrician Bill James rated Dick Allen as the second most controversial player in baseball history, behind Rogers Hornsby.
Following the initial order from Vulcan Foundry, a second order was placed shortly after with Ruston & Hornsby.
Rogers Hornsby was the first to accomplish it, winning his first in 1922 and then leading all major leagues in 1925 en route to his second Triple Crown, both with the St. Louis Cardinals.
In 1919, after the Cardinals acquired shortstop Doc Lavan, Rickey tried converting Hornsby into a second baseman in spring training.
Hornsby finished the year with his second Triple Crown, when he combined a. 403 batting average with 39 home runs and 143 RBIs.
On August 2, although the Cubs were in second place, Hornsby was released, and Charlie Grimm replaced him as manager.
" Hornsby also holds second place on the unofficial major league record list of " consecutive games with two or more hits " with 13 games, first place honors going to Count Campau's 15-game streak.
Hornsby is only the second right-handed batter in history to hit over. 400 three times and is considered, according to the Los Angeles Times, to be the greatest right-handed hitter in history.
Sandberg was only the third second baseman to hit 40 home runs ; Rogers Hornsby and Davey Johnson hit 42, and no American League second baseman has yet reached forty.
Serving as team captain, his 153 games played in the 1921 season tied for second in the NL with several others, behind only Rogers Hornsby.
He also tied teammate Frankie Frisch for second with 121 runs scored, behind only Hornsby, while his 193 hits were eighth-best and his. 389 on-base percentage was ninth-best in the NL.
In the New Bill James Historical Baseball Abstract, Bill James named Morgan the best second baseman in baseball history, ahead of # 2 Eddie Collins and # 3 Rogers Hornsby.
Bill James tells a great story about how one time Jon Miller showed Morgan Bill ’ s New Historical Baseball Abstract, which has Morgan ranked as the best second baseman of all time, ahead of Rogers Hornsby.
His. 466 slugging average then placed him fifth among second basemen, behind Hornsby (. 577 ), Gehringer (. 480 ), Lazzeri (. 467 ) and Nap Lajoie (. 466 ), and only Hornsby had more homers among second basemen.
Bell belted 36 of his 38 homers from his new position, a total exceeded only by Rogers Hornsby, Davey Johnson and Ryne Sandberg among second basemen.
Huggins had coached the young Rogers Hornsby, helping him to correct his batting stance, and Hornsby duly succeeded him as the team's starting second baseman in 1917 as Huggins ended his playing career.
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In January 2007, a tribute album, entitled Endless Highway: The Music of The Band, was released which included contributions by My Morning Jacket, Death Cab for Cutie, Gomez, Guster, Bruce Hornsby, Jack Johnson and ALO, Lee Ann Womack, The Allman Brothers Band, Blues Traveler, Jakob Dylan, and Rosanne Cash, amongst others.
In 2012, DeJohnette released Sound Travels, a multi-genre album that DeJohnette himself dominates but features many new collaborators like Bruce Hornsby, Esperanza Spalding, and Lionel Loueke as well as old faces such as McFerrin, Quintero, and Jason Moran.
Their friendship led to La Russa introducing Hornsby to jazz bassist Christian McBride, which then led to the formation of The Bruce Hornsby Trio ( along with drummer Jack DeJohnette ) and their first album, Camp Meeting.
With the success of the single worldwide, the album The Way It Is went multi-platinum and produced another top five hit with " Mandolin Rain " ( co-written, as many of Hornsby's early songs were, with his brother John Hornsby ).
which Hornsby wrote for musician friend Huey Lewis ; Lewis ' version became a number one hit from his album Fore !.
During the late 1980s and early 1990s Hornsby worked extensively as a producer and sideman, notably producing a comeback album for Leon Russell, an idol of Hornsby's.
The album found Hornsby expanding upon the foray into jazz sound from Harbor Lights, this time reintroducing elements of bluegrass from A Night on the Town and his earlier collaborations.
In 1986, Bruce Hornsby borrowed the opening phrase of " The Alcotts " movement as the introduction to his hit " Every Little Kiss " ( as heard on the album The Way It Is ).
" The Way It Is " is the title of a song recorded by Bruce Hornsby and the Range from their 1986 album The Way It Is.
His follow-up album Rocket House ( 2001 ) featured guest appearances by Dave Matthews, DJ Logic, and Bruce Hornsby.
Bruce Hornsby, Jack DeJohnette and Christian McBride give a rendering of the song on their 2007 album Camp Meeting.
Currently, he is gigging with Bette Midler and Bruce Hornsby & the Noise Makers while working on his own solo album.
He also has produced: LeAnn Rimes, Faith Hill, Michael McDonald, Natalie Cole, Patti LaBelle, Amy Holland ( he sang a duet with her called " I Still Run To You " which was on Amy's second album On Your Every Word ), Trisha Yearwood, Selena, All-4-One, Bette Midler ( and also sang a duet with her, " I Know You by Heart ," on the Beaches film soundtrack ), Brian Setzer, TLC, Brian McKnight, Little Richard, Patti Austin, Linda Ronstadt, James Ingram, The Pointer Sisters, Mavis Staples, Andrae Crouch, David Benoit, Take 6, Bruce Hornsby, Branford Marsalis, Chick Corea, Steve Vai, Tevin Campbell, The Jerky Boys, Paul Rodriguez, Yakov Smirnoff, Def Jeff, Amy Grant, Chet Atkins, Olivia Newton-John, DC Talk, recent Academy Award – winner Jennifer Hudson and CeCe Winans.
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From the 1990s the Kenya Army became involved in United Nations peacekeeping operations, which, Hornsby says, ' offered both experience and a source of income for the army and its soldiers.
From the south, the line was opened between Homebush and Hornsby in 1886, then extended to Hawkesbury River in 1887.
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* The symbol of Hornsby Girls High School, Australia, is the " Torch of Knowledge " and words of the school song include " Minerva by our southern seas her sacred groves replanted, with whispering gums to woo the breeze that flows o ' er lands enchanted ; with ageless hills she rimmed her bower, her sunlit shrine of learning, and here we keep through shine and shower the Torch of Knowledge burning ..." ( NOTE on Australianisms: gums here means " gum trees " ( eucalyptus ), not a part of the mouth ).
On May 21, Williams passed Chuck Klein for 10th place, on May 25 Williams passed Rogers Hornsby for 9th place, and on July 5 Williams passed Al Simmons for 8th place all-time in career home runs.
Once during one of their yearly debate sessions on the greatest hitters of all-time Williams asserted that Hornsby was one of the greatest of all-time.
In his stead, the band used session musicians such as Irving ( who was no longer an official band member ), Snow, Steve Nieve, Bruce Hornsby and Carol Isaacs for the 1991 release Play, which came out on the Reprise label.
In 1986 Mansfield was an initial member of Bruce Hornsby and the Range, including playing the title instrument on the hit " Mandolin Rain ".
The park includes areas of land which are part of Ku-Ring-Gai, Ryde, and Hornsby local government areas with small areas of the park in Willoughby, Lane Cove and Hunter's Hill local government area on the banks of the lower reaches of the river.
Crainville would become a railroad town in the early 1900s and a new train depot was built by the Gulf, Mobile and Northern Railroad on a farm owned by Kimborough Hornsby.
* Grammy-winning artist Bruce Hornsby used the song as an intro to his song Candy Mountain Run at the Biltmore show in Asheville, NC on July 25, 2009-and possibly in other venues on other dates.
A comedian named Don Hornsby was supposed to do NBC's first late-night show, but he died two weeks before the show went on the air, so the audience had not yet seen him.
While he was in high school, Hornsby also played on the football team, alongside future College Football Hall of Famer Bo McMillin.
Hornsby's great performance in spring training, a shoulder injury to Corhan, and poor hitting by Butler meant Hornsby was the starting shortstop on Opening Day.
After playing nearly every game throughout the first month of the season, Hornsby was called away from the team on May 29 after his brother William was shot and killed in a saloon.
He had problems off the field as well ; on June 17, Hornsby hit St. Louis citizen Frank G. Rowe with his Buick when Rowe stepped out in front of traffic to cross an intersection.
The Cardinals held a special day in Hornsby's honor on September 30 before a home game against the Pittsburgh Pirates, and they presented Hornsby with multiple awards before the game, including a baseball autographed by President of the United States Warren G. Harding.
During a game in August, Hornsby was on third base late in the game and threw up his hands in disgust in response to a sign flashed by Rickey ; he had given the current batter the take sign, and Hornsby felt the batter should have hit the ball.
Cincinnati voter Jack Ryder left Hornsby's name off his ballot altogether because he believed Hornsby was an MVP on the stat sheet, but was not a team player.
In the 1926 World Series, the Cardinals defeated the Yankees in a seven-game series ; Hornsby tagged out Babe Ruth on a stolen base attempt, ending the Series and giving St. Louis its first undisputed world championship.
When Hornsby refused to give way, the Cardinals traded him to the New York Giants for Frankie Frisch and Jimmy Ring on December 20, 1926.
Hornsby played right field from May 29 to June 10, appeared in two games as a pinch hitter, played third base from July 14 through July 18, and played one last game as a Cub when he pinch-hit on July 31.
Hornsby did not play for the rest of 1932, but the Cardinals signed him as a player on October 24 for the 1933 season.