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" John Dougan of Allmusic says that Into the Unknown is " a bit off-putting at first blush, mainly because the tempos are slower and more deliberate, and because of the use of swirling organs and pianos ", while he calls it a " terrific record that was perhaps more daring than anyone realized at the time of its release.
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John and Dougan
Gurdjieff is said to have had a strong influence on many modern mystics, artists, writers, and thinkers, including Osho ( Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh ), Frank Lloyd Wright, Keith Jarrett, George Russell ( composer ), Alan Watts, Timothy Leary, Robert Anton Wilson, Robert Fripp, Jacob Needleman, John Shirley, Carlos Castaneda, Dennis Lewis, Peter Brook, Kate Bush, P. L. Travers, Robert S de Ropp, Walter Inglis Anderson, Jean Toomer, Alejandro Jodorowsky, Louis Pauwels, James Moore and Abdullah Isa Neil Dougan.
Allmusic critic John Dougan has written that " As the band's creative force, Lynott was a more insightful and intelligent writer than many of his ilk, preferring slice-of-life working-class dramas of love and hate influenced by Bob Dylan, Van Morrison, Bruce Springsteen, and virtually all of the Irish literary tradition.
Carter's vocal delivery also attracted attention in the music press with, for example, John Dougan commenting: ' Carter wielded his instrument like a cross between Wilko Johnson and Pete Townshend ; he was a deft soloist, but it was his tricky, complex rhythm playing that gave the band sheet-after-sheet of supercharged sound for a foundation.
John and Allmusic
The merging of instruments has led Allmusic to state that guitarists John and Damian O ' Neill " mated infectious guitar hooks to 1960s garage, 1970s glam rock, and Feargal Sharkey's signature vocal quaver.
John Bonham has been described by Allmusic as one of the most important, well-known and influential drummers in rock.
Allmusic writer John Bush, who declared it " the most consistent and flowing hip-hop album ever recorded ", summed up the record as " an unqualified success, the perfect marriage of intelligent, flowing raps to nuanced, groove-centered productions.
In a retrospective review, Allmusic editor John Bush gave the album four-and-a-half out of five stars and complimented its songs ' " freewheeling arrangements ".
However, many mocked the song for its poor lyrical content ; John Bush, writing for Allmusic, described it as " one of the most embarrassing rap performances of the new millennium ".
The prominent fusion guitarist John McLaughlin, for example, had played what Allmusic describes as a " blend of jazz and American R & B " with Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames as early as 1962 and continued with The Graham Bond Organisation ( with Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker ) whose style Allmusic calls " rhythm & blues with a strong jazzy flavor ".
The album received positive reviews, John Franck of Allmusic labeled Meantime " arguably one of the most influential and overlooked rock records of the ' 90s ".
On the review of the album Siembra, John Bush of Allmusic referred the message as " a devastating life-in-el-Barrio exposé ".
Allmusic describes the soundtrack album as " marvelous music ... something listeners should be thankful for, particularly fans of either Miles Davis or John Lee Hooker ".
Allmusic profiler John Floyd asserts that O ' Neal was ousted for " looking ' too black '", though the real reason was there wasn't enough money in it for O ' Neal.
John Bush of Allmusic called him " the best rapper / producer in hip-hop history ," while editors of About. com placed him on their list of the Top 50 Hip-Hop Producers, as well as placing him on their list of the Top 50 MCs of Our Time ( 1987 – 2007 ).
" Allmusic writer John Bush states that, " The Beach Boys ended the decade by releasing the worst album of their career ," describing the album as " yet another oddball attempt to push The Beach Boys into the contemporary mainstream despite their many songwriting and production flaws.
In John Franck's review of Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Silence for Allmusic, he stated: " Featuring extraordinary ambidextrous drummer Sammy Siegler ( of Gorilla Biscuits / CIV fame ), Glassjaw has paired up with producer / entrepreneur Ross Robinson ( a key catalyst in the reinvention of the aggro rock sound ) to take you on a pummeling ride that would make Bad Brains and Quicksand proud.
Greg Prato of Allmusic wrote, " If only one singer could be selected as the most identifiable with ' 80s arena rock, it would have to be Journey's Steve Perry "; colleague John Franck praised Perry's as a " soaring, whale of a voice.
John Serba of Allmusic said that Orchid was " quite an audacious release, a far-beyond-epic prog / death monstrosity exuding equal parts beauty and brutality -- an album so brilliant, so navel-gazingly pretentious that, in retrospect, Opeth's future greatness was a foregone conclusion.
John Luerssen of Allmusic gave it three and a half stars out of five, remarking that " Nothing with You " " revisit the timeless lovelorn attack of cherished songs from their past like ' Wendy ,' ' Clean Sheets ,' and ' Silly Girl, while Merican " " harks back to vintage Bad Religion " and " I Quit " is " a nervous, edgy ' Catalina '- like throwback ".
In a retrospective review, Stephen Thomas Erlewine of Allmusic has written that " it plays as the most focused and accomplished set of songs Elton John and Bernie Taupin ever wrote ".
Allmusic thoroughly commended the album in their retrospective review, praising Rick Davies's keyboard work, Roger Hodgson's vocals, and John Helliwell's saxophone.
" Opinion again was mixed however, with John Serba of Allmusic commenting, " Bottom line, Aborym is easier to enjoy in theory more than in practice, although tackling the group's wildly disturbing sonic art isn't without its rewards.
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As John T. Westbrook says in his article, `` Twilight Of Southern Regionalism '' ( Southwest Review, Winter 1957 ): `` The miasmal mausoleum where an Old South, already too minutely autopsied in prose and poetry, should be left to rest in peace, forever dead and ( let us fervently hope ) forever done with ''.
Tractor production at Massey-Ferguson, Ltd., of Toronto in July and August rose to 2,418 units from 869 in the like period a year earlier, says John Staiger, vice president.
In the end the good man, John Proctor, expresses what the audience has already come to feel when he says, `` A fire, a fire is burning!!
In The John W. Campbell Letters, Campbell says, " The son-of-a-gun gets hold of you in the first paragraph, ties a knot around you, and keeps it tied in every paragraph thereafter — including the ultimate last one.
John 3: 16 says that only those that accept Jesus will be given eternal life, so the people that do not accept him cannot burn in hell for eternity because Jesus has not given them eternal life, instead it says they will perish.
Yet another chronicler, John of Worcester, mentions nothing of any trouble in Rome, and when discussing the appointment of Wulfstan, says that Wulfstan was elected freely and unanimously by the clergy and people.
John of Worcester says that the group supporting Edgar vacillated over what to do while William ravaged the countryside, which led to Ealdred and Edgar's submission to William.
John Tzetzes says that it was the skin of the monstrous giant Pallas whom Athena overcame and whose name she attached to her own ( name ).
The author of the work identifies himself in the text as " John " and says that he was on Patmos, an island in the Aegean, when he " heard a great voice " instructing him to write the book.
Among the tracks he recorded was an early version of " That'll Be The Day ", which took its title from a line that John Wayne's character says repeatedly in the 1956 film The Searchers.
Reviewing the film for Scientific American, John Rennie says " The term is a curious throwback, because in modern biology almost no one relies solely on Darwin's original ideas ...
John Lindow says that it is unclear why the gods decide to raise Fenrir as opposed to his siblings Hel and Jörmungandr in Gylfaginning chapter 35, theorizing that it may be " because Odin had a connection with wolves?
The New Testament says that this forgiveness is given if one accepts Jesus Christ as his or her Lord and Savior ( John 3: 16 ).
Robinson wrote that, where the Gospel narrative accounts can be checked for consistency with surviving material evidence, the account in the Gospel of John is commonly the more plausible ; that it is generally easier to reconcile the various synoptic accounts within John's narrative framework, than it is to explain John's narrative within the framework of any of the synoptics ; and that, where in the Gospel Jesus and his disciples are described as travelling around identifiable locations, the trips in question can always be plausibly followed on the ground, which he says is not the case for any synoptic Gospel.
Henry Wansbrough says: " Gone are the days when it was scholarly orthodoxy to maintain that John was the least reliable of the gospels historically.
Robinson says that all three Synoptic accounts explain the reluctance of the Temple authorities to arrest Jesus on the spot, as being due to their fear of popular support for John the Baptist.
John Lindow states that most details about Hel, as a figure, are not found outside of Snorri's writing in Gylfaginning, and says that when older skaldic poetry " says that people are ' in ' rather than ' with ' Hel, we are clearly dealing with a place rather than a person, and this is assumed to be the older conception ," that the noun and place Hel likely originally simply meant " grave ," and that " the personification came later.
Still other stories claim that a secret line of hereditary protectors keep the Grail, or that it was hidden by the Templars in Oak Island, Nova Scotia's famous " Money Pit ", while local folklore in Accokeek, Maryland says that it was brought to the town by a closeted priest aboard Captain John Smith's ship.
Much has been said of Davy as a poet, and John Ayrton Paris somewhat hastily says that his verses " bear the stamp of lofty genius ".
In this passage, St John of Sinai says that the primary task of the Hesychast is to engage in mental ascesis.
" Later in the passage John says, " But this that you have now done is childish and imperfect: you have drawn a dead likeness of the dead.
“ We remain committed to our original goal of striving to locate breeding pairs ,” says Cornell Lab of Ornithology director John Fitzpatrick.