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King, Howlin ' Wolf, Isaac Hayes, Booker T. Jones, Al Green, Alex Chilton, Justin Timberlake, Three 6 Mafia, The Sylvers, Jay Reatard and many others.
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Dissatisfied with the King Bees and their repertoire of Howlin ' Wolf and Willie Dixon blues numbers, Bowie quit the band less than a month later to join the Manish Boys, another blues outfit, who incorporated folk and soul — " I used to dream of being their Mick Jagger ", Bowie was to recall.
King, Freddie King, Albert Collins, Johnny " Guitar " Watson, Buddy Guy, Howlin ' Wolf, Otis Rush, Guitar Slim, Chuck Berry, and Muddy Waters.
Musicians such as Howlin ' Wolf, Willie Nix, Ike Turner, and B. B. King performed on Beale Street and in West Memphis, and recorded some of the classic electric blues, rhythm and blues and rock & roll records for labels such as Sun Records.
Sam Phillips ' Sun Records company recorded musicians such as Howlin ' Wolf ( before he moved to Chicago ), Willie Nix, Ike Turner, and B. B. King.
Well-known Chicago blues players include singer / songwriters such as Muddy Waters, Howlin ' Wolf, Willie Dixon, and Koko Taylor ; guitar players such as Freddie King, Otis Rush, Luther Allison, Magic Sam, Syl Johnson, Jimmy Rogers, Buddy Guy, Robert Lockwood Jr., McKinley Mitchell, Bo Diddley, Mike Bloomfield and Elmore James ; harmonica players such as Big Walter Horton, Little Walter, Charlie Musselwhite, Paul Butterfield, Junior Wells and Jimmy Reed ; and keyboardists such as Marty Sammon.
UK Bands, such as The Rolling Stones and The Animals and American bands such as the Butterfield Blues Band and the Siegel – Schwall Band, experimented with music from the older American bluesmen, like Albert King, Howlin ' Wolf, Robert Johnson, Jimmy Reed, Muddy Waters, and B. B.
Almost as soon as he had moved to Chicago, King started sneaking into South Side nightclubs, where he heard blues performed by Muddy Waters, Howlin ' Wolf, T-Bone Walker, Elmore James, and Sonny Boy Williamson.
He was fond of playing songs by Robert Johnson and Bob Dylan as well as Lou Reed, James Brown, J. J. Cale, The Clash, Nat King Cole, The Doors, Willie Dixon, The Flaming Lips, Jimi Hendrix, Howlin ' Wolf, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Kraftwerk, Gary Numan, The Passions, Prince, The Stooges, and Sonny Boy Williamson II.
King, Bobby Rush, Rosco Gordon and Ike Turner, as well as historical footage of Howlin ' Wolf and Rufus Thomas.
King and Freddie King and Albert King and Howlin ' Wolf and Muddy Waters and Elmore James, so I would go back and discover that stuff.
King and Wolf
* 1304 – Wars of Scottish Independence: Fall of Stirling Castle – King Edward I of England takes the stronghold using the War Wolf.
The core of the Lithuanian Land Force structure is the Iron Wolf Mechanised Infantry Brigade ( MIB " Iron Wolf ") consisting of two mechanized infantry battalions ( King Mindaugas and Lithuanian Grand Duke Algirdas battalions ), two motorized infantry battalions ( Grand Duchess Birutė and Lithuanian Grand Duke Kestutis battalions ), artillery battalion and Lithuanian Duke Vaidotas Forward support battalion.
* June 20 – Alexander Stewart, Earl of Buchan, fourth son of King Robert II of Scotland ( b. 1343 ) – " the Wolf of Badenoch "
Æthelwulf, also spelled Aethelwulf or Ethelwulf ; Old English: Æþelwulf, meaning " Noble Wolf ", was King of Wessex from 839 until his death in 858.
In 1371 King Robert II granted it to his son Alexander Stewart, 1st earl of Buchan ( 1343 – 1405 ), the " Wolf of Badenoch ".
In the Battle of Langshan Jiang ( Wolf Mountain River ) in 932, the naval fleet of the Wenmu King of Wuyue defeated the fleet of the Kingdom of Wu because he had used ' fire oil ' ( huo yóu, 火油 ) to burn his fleet ; this signified the first Chinese use of gunpowder in warfare, since a slow-burning match fuse was required to ignite the flames.
* The Sword in the Stone: Merlin, Mad Madam Mim, Wart ( King Aurthur ), Sir Ector, The Sculley Maid, Sir Pelinore, Little Girl Squrriel, Granny Squrriel, Archimedes, The Hawk, The Pike, The Hungry Wolf, and Sir Kay.
Its closest relatives are the Abyssinian Wolf, also known as the Red Wolf and the King Jackal, and the Indian Wolf.
A footpath runs along the top of the walls, crossing roads by bridges over Eastgate, Northgate, St Martin's Gate, Watergate, Bridgegate, Newgate, and the Wolf Gate, and passing a series of structures, namely Phoenix Tower ( or King Charles ' Tower ), Morgan's Mount, the Goblin Tower ( or Pemberton's Parlour ), and Bonewaldesthorne's Tower with a spur leading to the Water Tower, and Thimbleby's Tower.
On the left, Brodir himself led the charge and gained ground, until he met the warrior Wolf the Quarrelsome, brother of King Brian.
* John Phillips ( John, the Wolf King of L. A .), the first solo recording by the Mamas and the Papas leader John Phillips
The fables they suggest include The Tortoise and the Hare, the Lion and the Goat, the Wolf and the Crane, the Frogs Who Desired a King and three others, brought to life through a musical score featuring mostly marimbas, vocals and percussion.
In August 1370 Alexander Bur, Bishop of Moray began payments to Alexander Stewart, Wolf of Badenoch, King Robert III's brother, for the protection of his lands and men.
King and Isaac
It was later included in the King James Bible, something Isaac Newton commented on in An Historical Account of Two Notable Corruptions of Scripture.
* 1982: Ivanhoe, a television movie starring Anthony Andrews as Ivanhoe, Michael Hordern as his Cedric, Sam Neill as Sir Brian de Bois-Gilbert, Olivia Hussey as Rebecca, James Mason as Isaac, Lysette Anthony as Rowena, Julian Glover as King Richard, and David Robb as Robin Hood.
Trinity alumni include six British prime ministers ( all Tory or Whig / Liberal ), British King George VI, several heads of other nations, physicists Isaac Newton and Niels Bohr, philosophers Ludwig Wittgenstein and Bertrand Russell ( whom it expelled before reaccepting ), and Soviet spies Kim Philby, Guy Burgess, and Anthony Blunt.
And they discovered "( the bodies ) of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob ", " their shrouds having fallen to pieces, lying propped up against a wall ... Then the King, after providing new shrouds, caused the place to be closed once more ".
* Bishop Isaac Barrow founds the Bishop Barrow Trust to establish a university on the Isle of Man ( King William's College ).
In January 1186 Isaac himself married Margaret of Hungary ( renamed Maria ), daughter of King Béla III.
Isaac inaugurated his reign with a decisive victory over the Norman King of Sicily William II ( the Battle of Demetritzes, 7 November 1185 ), who had invaded the Balkans with 80, 000 men and 200 ships towards the end of Andronicus I's reign.
Since then, it has since become a pop standard, recorded hundreds of times by artists including Cliff Richard, The Four Tops, Isaac Hayes, Jackie DeShannon, Van Morrison, Nat " King " Cole, Brook Benton, Elton John, Mel Carter, Barry Manilow, and Keith Jarrett.
Ocasio campaigned in the Heavyweight division, turning pro in 1976 and putting together 10 wins before signing with Don King and making a name for himself outpointing King fighter Kevin Isaac.
Isaac Newton later appealed to King Charles II that this requirement excused him from taking holy orders, which was compulsory for most fellows of the university at that time ( some fellowships were exempt ).
In 1196 Philip became duke of Swabia, on the death of his brother Conrad ; and in May 1197 he married the Dowager Queen of Sicily, Irene Angelina, daughter of the Byzantine emperor Isaac II and widow of King Roger III of Sicily, a lady who is described by Walther von der Vogelweide as " the rose without a thorn, the dove without guile ".
Isaac Komnenos of Cyprus, the island's last Byzantine governor, sent his family and treasures to the castle for safety in 1191 when King Richard I of England went to war with him and became the island's new master.
Individual members that recorded with Fuqua's Ink Spots that recorded for King Records included Charles Fuqua, Jimmy Holmes, Harold Jackson, Leon Antoine, Isaac Royal, and Essex Scott.
His major works include The Chinese Convert ( 1687 ); a series of four portraits of Isaac Newton painted at various junctures of the latter's life ; a series of ten reigning European monarchs, including King Louis XIV of France ; over 40 " Kit-cat portraits " of members of the Kit-Cat Club ; and ten " beauties " of the court of William III, to match a similar series of ten beauties of the court of Charles II painted by his predecessor as court painter, Sir Peter Lely.
One final edition appeared in ( 1672 ) during the reign of King Charles II when the English scientific revolution was well in progress, culminating in Isaac Newton's discoveries.
The island was conquered in 1191 by King Richard I of England during the Third Crusade, from Isaac Comnenus, an upstart local governor and self-proclaimed emperor claiming the Byzantine Empire.
In 1193, his father, King Tancred, arranged his marriage to Irene Angelina, daughter of the Byzantine emperor Isaac II Angelos.
In 1608 he went to Paris, with Aurelian Townshend, enjoying the friendship and hospitality of the old Constable de Montmorency at Merlou and meeting King Henry IV ; he toured Europe with Inigo Jones, and lodged for many months with Isaac Casaubon.
As well, Porter was responsible for overseeing compilations of previously unissued material by Isaac Hayes, Randy Brown, The Bar-Kays, Albert King and The Emotions.
In the Bible, the number 60 occurs several times, for example as the age of Isaac when Jacob and Esau were born, and the number of warriors escorting King Solomon.
* Margaret ( 1175 – after 1223 ), wife firstly of Emperor Isaac II Angelos, secondly of King Boniface I of Thessalonica and thirdly of Nicolas of Saint-Omer
Among Caro's students were Tim Scott ( enrolled in 1956 ), Phillip King and Isaac Witkin ( 1957 ), David Annesley and Michael Bolus in ( 1958 ).
They date from 1880 and include St John the Evangelist, Abraham and Isaac, Moses and the Ten Commandments ( North wall ), Benjamin and Joseph, and King David on the south aisle.