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Into the 1990s, Lucky Dube was one of the best-selling artists in South African history, especially his 1990 album Slave.
Into the 1990s, Thione Seck, a griot descended from those of Lat Dior, the king of Kayor, arose to solo stardome from Baobab, eventually forming his own band called Raam Daan ( crawl slowly towards your goal ).
In 1996, Booth published ' Into the 1990s With Green Anarchist '( ISBN 0-9521226-4-2 ), a book explaining Green Anarchist doctrines and history.
Into the 1990s, while WEWS carried first-run programming like The Oprah Winfrey Show, Wheel of Fortune, Jeopardy !, and Live with Regis and Kathie Lee, WAKC was left with The 700 Club, Bewitched, The Brady Bunch and infomercials in the 7: 00 p. m. hour.
Into the 1990s and beyond poets such as Johan de Wit ( poet ), Sean Bonney, Jeff Hilson, and Piers Hugill have surfaced after direct involvement in the Cobbing-led Writers Forum workshop.
Robyn St. Clare, whose composition " Into Your Arms " was a hit for popular 1990s act The Lemonheads ( with Dalton on bass guitar ), has recorded with Ratcat and Sneeze.
In the 1990s, he wrote three novels inspired by his experiences at Stanford: Toward What Bright Glory ?, Into What Far Harbor ?, and Public Men.
He served as band leader on Rick Dees ' short-lived late night talk show " Into the Night " on ABC in the early 1990s.
* After Expansion, a Time for Diversity: The Universities Into the 1990s ( ACACE, 1978 ) ISBN 0-906436-00-1.
The band had particular success in the early 1990s, and their first four albums, Into the Grave, You'll Never See ..., Soulless and Hating Life, cemented their reputation as one of Sweden's foremost death metal bands.
Into the West was one of many acclaimed films to come from Ireland during the 1990s, such as My Left Foot, The Miracle, The Commitments, and The Crying Game.
The band reached stardom during the early 1990s with hit singles like " Don't Treat Me Bad " " Reach For The Sky " and " All She Wrote ", as well as their signature ballads " I Live My Life for You ", " Love of a Lifetime ", and " When I Look Into Your Eyes ".
He began performing in the late 1990s, appearing in several television films and series, and became known as a film actor after roles in Lords of Dogtown, The Emperor's Club, The Girl Next Door, Alpha Dog, and Into the Wild.
Into the 1990s and 2000s, the music grew to reflect the area with locals such as Luther Campbell of the 2 Live Crew pioneering the Miami bass genre which dominated Southern hip hop music during the decade.
Casey was featured in a 2006 documentry about the 1990s comic boom and bust called Adventures Into Digital Comics.
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Burrill continued, " Robert Anderson ( 1909: 79 ) wrote, " Into the stream they leaped, but few got out alive.
According to Coburn's 2003 book, Breach of Trust: How Washington Turns Outsiders Into Insiders, Coburn and Cooper got along well, since both were opposed to the more liberal Synar.
After success of Into the Sunlight with Jang Hyuk, Cha Tae Hyun, Kim Ha Neul, the 4 leads got popular thanks to this drama.
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Nudism would not appear again in Heinlein's work until 1957's The Door Into Summer ; free love next made an appearance in 1961, in Stranger in a Strange Land.
Tereshkova's life and spaceflight were first examined ( in the west ) in the 1975 book: It Is I, Sea Gull ; Valentina Tereshkova, the first woman in space by Mitchel R. Sharpe and then again in greater detail of her life and spaceflight in the 2007 book Into That Silent Sea by Colin Burgess and Francis French, including interviews with Tereshkova and her colleagues.
Although he has never again approached the radical experimentation of The Tennis Court Oath poems or " The Skaters " and " Into the Dusk-Charged Air " from his collection Rivers and Mountains, syntactic and semantic experimentation, linguistic expressiveness, deft, often abrupt shifts of register, and insistent wit remain consistent elements of his work.
He later portrayed Hickey again in a 1985 Broadway revival also staged by Quintero, who also directed Robards in Broadway productions of O ' Neill's plays: Long Day's Journey Into Night ( 1956, as Jamie Tyrone, and 1988, as Tyrone, Sr .), Hughie ( 1964 ), A Touch of the Poet ( 1977 ) and A Moon for the Misbegotten ( 1973 ).
After the recording and a short amount of touring for Into the Lungs of Hell, both the bassist and guitarist left the band, and Henri Sattler had to go look out for members once again.
Into the spring of 1878 Darwin and Frank again filled the house with experiments on the movement of plants.
) The characters of Terry and Dean were later seen again, featured in the Michael Dowse-directed music video " The Slow Descent Into Alcoholism " by The New Pornographers.
At an acoustic show on May 11, 2008 at the Chain Reaction, after fan requested he play " Into the Night ," Max stated " I promise we will start playing Baseball songs again.
A prequel, Into Magicland, was released to promote the game and featured a new character that was never seen in any of the series games again.
She recently performed at VTV Live again on May 19 but this time with her band Jacqui Judge & Rouge singing their original songs Addictions, Shades, Pretty, Breathe UnderWater, Wishes and a cover of Radiohead's Jigsaw Falling Into Place.
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Into the 1980s, Polydor continued to do respectable business, in spite of becoming increasingly overshadowed by its PolyGram sister label Mercury Records.
Into the 2000s, the school came under criticism for keeping the entirety of the increasingly taxed Norval property while so little of it was actually used ; this argument is gained increased credence in light of the consistent yearly tuition hikes and mounting legal costs.
Into the 1960s and 1970s, Marx still made some impressive cars, though increasingly these were made in Japan and Hong Kong.
Into the 21st century, the distinction between key systems and PBX has become increasingly confusing.
Their music has been some of the slowest tempos being written at a time when NWOBHM and thrash metal bands were playing at increasingly faster speeds ; Trouble songs generally move as fast as one of the slower Black Sabbath songs, like " Iron Man ," " Lord of this World ," or " Into the Void.
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Thus, on his breakthrough album, Into the Purple Valley, he chose unusual instrumentations and arrangements of blues, gospel, calypso, and country songs ( giving a tempo change to the cowboy ballad " Billy the Kid ").
Men Into Space was somewhat unusual for a TV action series in that it had numerous recurring characters, but only one --- the protagonist, Col. Edward McCauley ( William Lundigan ) --- who was in each of the 38 episodes in the series.
Singer / songwriter Benny Mardones — who holds an unusual place in United States recording history as a " one-hit wonder " who actually hit the Top 20 twice, in 1980 and 1989, with the same recording of the same song, " Into the Night " — was raised in Savage but was born in Cleveland, Ohio.