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Carrying it to the living room, she imagined the picture she made: tall and roundly slim, a bit sophisticated in her yellow sheath, with a graceful swingy walk that she had learned as a twirler with the school band.
Such fascinating novelties in the score as the fugual treatment of `` On The Side Of The Angels '' and `` Politics And Poker '' were handled splendidly, and I thought Rudy Bond and his band of tuneful ward-heelers made `` Little Tin Box '' even better than it was done by the New York cast ; ;
They withdrew to Mercia, but, in January 878, made a sudden attack on Chippenham, a royal stronghold in which Alfred had been staying over Christmas, " and most of the people they killed, except the King Alfred, and he with a little band made his way by wood and swamp, and after Easter he made a fort at Athelney in the marshes of Somerset, and from that fort kept fighting against the foe ".
The driving band is usually made of copper, but synthetic materials have also been used.
Grant then made a few more albums before dropping out of college to pursue a career in music — Never Alone, followed by a pair of live albums in 1981 ( In Concert and In Concert Volume Two ), both backed by an augmented edition of the DeGarmo & Key band.
The band sold recordings of the shows on the Intriguer tour on USB flash drives and made individual live tracks available for free download.
Rock musician David Bowie also made three popular concept albums ; The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars, about the fictional character, Ziggy Stardust and his band ; Aladdin Sane ; and Diamond Dogs.
Atkins made his first appearance at the Opry in 1946 as a member of Foley's band.
The group regarded themselves as the disco movement's rock band that made good on the hippie movements ideals of peace, love, and freedom.
It was believed that the Encyclopédie was the work of an organized band of conspirators against society, and that the dangerous ideas they held were made truly formidable by their open publication.
In the Hauran in Syria, where timber is scarce the doors were made in stone, and one measuring by is in the British Museum ; the band on the meeting stile shows that it was one of the leaves of a double door.
" It looks to me that with this ribbon as though I will gain no fame from it if I do tear apart such a slender band, but if it is made with art and trickery, then even if it does look thin, this band is not going on my legs.
Their 1969 album The Gilded Palace of Sin was a modernized version of the Bakersfield style of country music made popular by Buck Owens, and the band appeared on the album cover wearing Nudie suits emblazoned with all sorts of hippie accoutrements.
Tod Browning made the once controversial Freaks ( 1932 ) for MGM, based on " Spurs ", a short story by Tod Robbins, about a band of circus freaks.
An improvisational comedy troupe performing a shortform game based on direction from the audience ; in this case spoofing a hard rock band performing a song made up on the spot.
Hendrix made numerous allusions to the concept in his music, most famously in the song " Red House ", in which he introduces his band by saying that he is about to present them all to the " Electric Church ".
The band made a cameo in the movie as the band playing in the club scene.
* LMS, a hip hop band made of children of reggae artist Denroy Morgan
Second, while playing Scandals Disco in Edmonton, a spurious " bomb threat " against the band made the front page of the Edmonton Journal ( June 9, 1982 ); assistant band manager Greif and Lee were interviewed.
In addition, another controversy that hit the band in 1988 was a law suit made by Matthew Trippe.

band and statement
A statement issued by the band described him as, " A warm-hearted, funny and talented man, who was a valuable member of Crowded House.
Upon breaking up in July 2012, famous anarchist pop band Chumbawamba issued a statement which compared their own legacy with that of the Dada art movement.
MacKaye issued a press statement condemning Nike's actions and said that he would discuss legal options with the other members of the band.
John Squire left the band on 1 April 1996, releasing a statement describing his departure as " the inevitable conclusion to the gradual social and musical separation we have undergone in the past few years ".
Ellington's band could certainly swing, but their strengths were mood and nuance, and richness of composition ; hence his statement " jazz is music ; swing is business ".
Albarn told Q soon after James ' statement that the band had no intention of recording or touring live again.
The following statement was released on behalf of the band by a spokesman at Interscope-Geffen-A & M and posted on Sting's official website: " As the 30th anniversary of the first Police single approaches, discussions have been underway as to how this will be commemorated.
Billboard magazine later confirmed the news, quoting Andy Summers ' 2006 statement as to how the band could have continued post-Synchronicity: " The more rational approach would have been, ' OK, Sting, go make a solo record, and let's get back together in two or three years.
This statement has made many people unsure about using K < sub > u </ sub >- band ( 11 – 18 GHz ) in Indonesia.
The following day, the band released a brief statement announcing that that night's show in Lethbridge, Alberta was cancelled due to Scott Weiland being ordered to go on " 48 hours complete vocal rest due to strained vocal cords.
The band later issued a statement apologizing for the incident and clarifying that their set had not actually been cut short.
When it became clear that Elias wouldn ’ t show up to the first show, the band published a statement 30 minutes before show time.
The band canceled their planned support tour for Aerosmith and on April 20, 1998 Billy Gould released the following statement by email and fax:
In 2012 ; the band released a statement explaining an issue with original guitarist Matt Roberts ' health, leading to his departure from 3 Doors Down to take time away from the busy life of being a rockstar.
Later that month, the band issued the following statement in an effort to clear up possible misunderstandings with regards to their new project Return to Venice and the Suicidal Tendencies album.
Soon afterwards the band ceased touring, though they never issued an official break up statement.
They issued a press statement on 4 December 1980, confirming that the band would not continue without their drummer.
In a statement, he said, " It's been a very tough time of late for myself and the band, firstly with drummer Tommy Aldridge's injury and now the subsequent decision for John and the rest of the group to go their separate ways.
A statement from the band claimed that the members " felt it necessary to take some immediate time to focus on our friendship, as that ’ s more important than risking it for the sake of touring at this time.
On March 6, 2007, a statement was posted online at HammerFall's official website ( and his own official website ), that bassist Magnus Rosén would not be involved with the band anymore.
On his own website ( and therefore with his own official statement ) it was announced that Magnus was tired of the simple bassplaying he was forced to play in HammerFall, and that he was unable to bring his own material to the band.
Initially his hiatus was expected to be for a year, but in 1986 the remaining members of the band issued a statement saying that he would not be returning.
There may or may not be any statement of the frequency band used in the measurement.
" This statement was preceded by the success of ( What's the Story ) Morning Glory ?, which led to a well-documented feud with fellow Britpop band Blur.

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