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Jennings and Sample also wrote " One Day I'll Fly Away ", originally sung by Crawford, which was featured in the film Moulin Rouge !, along with another of Jennings ’ s songs, " Up Where We Belong ".
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With Joe Sample, Jennings wrote " Street Life " ( a world-wide hit for the Crusaders with singer Randy Crawford ) and several songs for various albums by the Crusaders for guest vocalists, including Joe Cocker (" I'm So Glad I'm Standing Here Today "), Bill Withers (" Soul Shadows "), and Nancy Wilson (" The Way It Goes ").
Jennings and Joe Sample, the keyboard player for the Crusaders, go back to 1978 and began by writing the Midnight Believer album for B. B.
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Jones was a friend and admirer of William Jennings Bryan but also campaigned throughout the South for Herbert Hoover ( and against Al Smith ) during the 1928 presidential election.
Kemp is also remembered alongside George Wallace and William Jennings Bryan for influencing history by changing the direction of presidential elections despite their defeats.
* He is also related to the Confederate Generals Fitzhugh Lee, Edmund Jennings Lee, Nelson Pendelton Lee, and Richard L. Page ; and to US Admiral Samuel P. Lee.
Shooter Jennings arranged deals for a clothing line, while also launched a renewed website, and started talks with different producers about the making of a biopic.
* The Balladeer ( voice of Waylon Jennings ) sang and played the Dukes of Hazzard theme song, " Good Ol ' Boys ", and also served as the show's narrator.
He also introduced several minor characters, such as journalist Sam Pegler ( Robert Keith ) and Wes Jennings ( Vic Morrow ), a prominent member of Cherokee Kid's ( Russ Tamblyn ) gang.
" Jennings responded, also in jest, " Well, I hope your ol ' plane crashes ," a humor-driven but ill-considered response that would haunt Jennings for the rest of his life.
* 1938: Spawn of the North-Gordon Jennings, assisted by Jan Domela, Dev Jennings, Irmin Roberts and Art Smith ; transparencies by Farciot Edouart, assisted by Loyal Griggs ( Note: Award also given to sound effects artists as well )
18-year old Northern Irish goalkeeper Pat Jennings also featured under McGarry, and made his international debut despite being a Third Division player.
Studio shots of Peter Jennings inside his ABC studio during his first year there ( 1965 ) are also gone.
Originally it was almost identical to Hodgson's Jennings County courthouse in Vernon, which was also begun in 1857, but the Martinsville building received an addition in the 1970s ; the original section was also remodeled and renovated at that time.
Jennings also wrote " Tears in Heaven " with Eric Clapton, which won song of the Year and also won the Ivor Novello award for best song from a film.
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* Jennings Michael Burch-Spent his childhood going through multiple foster homes and wrote the 1984 best selling novel They Cage the Animals at Night which is a memoir of that period of his life.
In The Sunday Times for 16 February 1969, Paul Jennings wrote of him: " If I ever knew a gentleman, it was Kenneth Horne.
In a note to author Dean Jennings, who assisted Warner on his 1964 autobiography, My First Hundred Years in Hollywood, Ann Warner wrote: " He is extremely sensitive, but there are few who know that because he covers it with a cloak.
With Steve Winwood, Jennings wrote a series albums including While You See A Chance, Arc of a Diver and Back in the High Life, an album which contained the hits " Higher Love ", " The Finer Things ", and " Back in the High Life Again ".
Richard Kerr and Jennings wrote " Somewhere in the Night " and " Looks Like We Made It " for Barry Manilow and " I'll Never Love This Way Again " for Dionne Warwick.
In Nashville, Jennings wrote hits with Rodney Crowell, including " Many a Long and Lonesome Highway ", " What Kind of Love ", and " Please Remember Me ", a number one country hit for Tim McGraw.
Teaming with James Horner and Mariah Carey, Jennings wrote the lyrics for the central song in How The Grinch Stole Christmas, " Where Are You Christmas?
However, historian Francis Jennings wrote that Mayer's book was " erroneous from the first word of the title " and instead identified Logan as James Logan, also known as Soyechtowa and Tocanioadorogon.
* Jennings Michael Burch-Spent his childhood going through multiple foster homes and wrote the 1984 best selling novel " They Cage the Animals at Night " which is a memoir of that period of his life.
For example, in 1988 Francis Jennings wrote: " In Francis Parkman's murky mind the backwoods plots emanated from one savage genius, the Ottawa chief Pontiac, and thus they became ' The Conspiracy of Pontiac ,' but Pontiac was only a local Ottawa war chief in a ' resistance ' involving many tribes.
But in the book Skinflicks: The Inside Story of the X-Rated Video Industry ( 2000 ), writer and porn producer David Jennings, describing the stigma and rumors surrounding AIDS in the porn community in the late 1980s and early 1990s, wrote, " Reputed to be dead of AIDS, Lisa DeLeeuw and Brandy Alexandre, now out of the industry, proclaimed themselves alive and healthy.
Gary Jennings ( September 20, 1928 – February 13, 1999 ) was an American author who wrote children's and adult novels.
In his 2000 book Are You Ready for the Country ?, author Peter Doggett recalls that Jennings later told audiences that " he hated the song and ( had ) admitted ' The guys that wrote the thing have never been to Luckenbach.
The state ’ s early historians, like William Woollen and Jacob Piatt Dunn, wrote of Jennings in an almost mythical manner and focused on the strong positive leadership he provided Indiana in its formative years.
During the prohibition era in the early twentieth century, historians like Logan Eseray and Arthur Blythe wrote more critical works of Jennings, describing him as a “ crafty and self promoting politician ,” and dismissed his importance and impact on Indiana, saying the legislature and its leading men set the tone of the era.
Steve Young wrote ( and continues to write ) many songs, including outlaw classics such as " Lonesome, On ' ry and Mean " ( covered by Waylon Jennings ) and " Montgomery In the Rain " ( covered by Hank Williams, Jr .).
Director James Cameron did not want such a song, but Will Jennings went ahead anyway and wrote the lyrics.
Although he wrote a small number of books for children, Jennings should not be confused with Paul Jennings, an Australian children's writer.
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One tempest was stirred up last March when Udall announced that an eight-and-a-half-foot bronze statue of William Jennings Bryan, sculpted by the late Gutzon Borglum, would be sent `` on indefinite loan '' to Salem, Illinois, Bryan's birthplace.
The District One member must reside in Harrison, Jackson, Jennings, Montgomery, Taylor, or Wayne Townships.
One round later, Cotto scored two knockdowns on Jennings, who was able to continue until the recess.
* Jennings, Andrew and Kruse, Arne " One Coast-Three Peoples: Names and Ethnicity in the Scottish West during the Early Viking period " in Woolf, Alex ( ed.
One of the first GSAs was started in 1988, in Concord, Massachusetts at Concord Academy by Kevin Jennings, the founder and head of the Gay Lesbian Straight Education Network GLSEN.
The investigation was prompted by the claims made by Jennings in FIFA's Shame, an episode of Panorama broadcast on BBC One in May 2011.
One of his fastballs struck future Hall of Fame Hughie Jennings in the head, rendering him comatose for a period of four days before recovering.
One of the producers, Jennings Lang, recalled the film Destination Gobi that gave him the idea to turn the idea into a half hour comedy with Borgnine's PT Boat.
One surviving playbill shows that Loar performed in a chatauqua that also included a speech by William Jennings Bryan.
One theory on the origin of the concept comes from William Jennings Bryan's resignation as secretary of state in the Wilson Administration.
One of the first and foremost of these efforts was by Preston Jennings, in his classic: A Book of Trout Flies.
One leader, William Jennings Bryan, had been linked to the Populist movement of the 1890s, while the other major leaders were opposed to Populism.