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The band, who all wore white shirts with a big, black S painted on the front, pulled black ties from around the backs of their necks to form a dollar sign, then started playing a new song titled " Pull My Strings ", a barbed, satirical attack on the ethics of the mainstream music industry, which contained the lyrics, " Is my cock big enough, is my brain small enough, for you to make me a star ?".
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All day long Mr. Podger, who was a straw-hat man in the summer, had worn the feather in the band of his broad-brimmed sunshield.
But while the two men are riding into the country, where they are going to dinner, they are attacked in the dark of the forest by a band of thieves, who strip them of everything, including most of their clothes.
Everywhere there are little touches of humor, and the leader of the on-stage band of musicians is an ebullient comedian who plays all sorts of odd instruments with winning warmth.
Divided almost equally into two parts, it consisted of `` The Evolution Of The Blues '', narrated by Jon Hendricks, who had presented it last year at the Monterey, Calif., Jazz Festival, and an hour-long session of Maynard Ferguson and his orchestra, a blasting big band.
The one occasion where the band was introduced as " The Alan Parsons Project " in a live performance was at Night of the Proms 1990 ( at the time of the group's break-up ), featuring all Project regulars except Woolfson who was present but behind the scenes, while Parsons stayed at the mixer except during the last song, where he played acoustic guitar.
Louisa May Alcott, who was ten years old at the time, later wrote of the experience in Transcendental Wild Oats ( 1873 ): " The band of brothers began by spading garden and field ; but a few days of it lessened their ardor amazingly.
Alaric's first appearance was as the leader of a mixed band of Goths and allied peoples who invaded Thrace in 391, who were stopped by the half-Vandal Roman General Stilicho.
While touring Scandinavia he first joined forces with guitarist and singer Peter Thorup, together forming the band New Church, who were one of the support bands at the Rolling Stones Free Concert in Hyde Park, London, on 5 July 1969.
The plot revolves around a sinister construction corporation's plans to depopulate, destroy and redevelop the Bronx, and a band of rebels who are out to expose the corporation's murderous ways and save their homes.
** Marching band, a group of performers that consist of instrumental musicians who generally perform outdoors and incorporate some type of marching ( and possibly other movements ) with their musical performance
* " Mademoiselle Nobs " from Pink Floyd: Live at Pompeii ( 1971 ) who " sings " a song with the band.
Incidents included the killing of three members of a pop band, the Miami Showband, by a gang including members of the UVF who were also members of the local army regiment, the UDR, and in uniform at the time, and the killing by the Provisionals of eighteen members of the Parachute Regiment in the Warrenpoint Ambush-seen by some as revenge for Bloody Sunday.
Bo Diddley was one of the first American male musicians to include women in his band, including " The Duchess " Norma-Jean Wofford, Peggy Jones ( aka " Lady Bo "), Cornelia Redmond ( aka Cookie ), and Debby Hastings, who led his band for the final 25 years of his performing career.
Joe Walsh, famed musician who was part of the United States rock band the Eagles, sang the National Anthem of Chile at a Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim baseball game in 2003.
Other Chicano / Mexican American singers include Selena, who sang a variety of Mexican, Tejano, and American popular music, but was killed in 1995 at the age of 23 ; Zack de la Rocha, lead vocalist of Rage Against the Machine and social activist ; and Los Lonely Boys, a Texas style country rock band who have not ignored their Mexican American roots in their music.
Ingram, older than the rest of the members of the band, left to serve active duty in Vietnam, and was later replaced by Walter " Clyde " Orange, the second lead singer who wrote or co-wrote many of their hit tunes before Lionel Richie came on board.
A band of Fremen outlaws capture Leto and force him to undergo the spice trance at the suggestion of one of Alia's agents, who has infiltrated the group.
Multi-instrumentalist Mark Hart, who would eventually become a full band member, replaced Rayner in January 1989.
A statement issued by the band described him as, " A warm-hearted, funny and talented man, who was a valuable member of Crowded House.
Within the realm of popular music and jazz, " drums " usually refers to a drum kit or a set of drums ( with some cymbals ) and " drummer " to the actual band member or person who plays them.
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Soon after this he decided, as all successful people must decide at some time or another, to be his own boss again-and he has been that ever since .’ these notes fail to account for his early band, known as the Four Aces of Western Swing.
The sleeve notes conclude: " For six years Bill Haley was a musical director of Radio Station WPWA in Chester, Pennsylvania, and led his own band all through this period.
The “ Pops ” have been Grammy nominated and are the first lower Manhattan all volunteer community band in a century.
During his highschool days in Galatasaray High School ( and later in Şişli Terakki High School ) he formed his first band, Kafadarlar (" The Buddies "), allegedly upon seeing Erkin Koray's band performing, all students of Deutsche Schule Istanbul ( İstanbul Alman Lisesi ), a nearby highschool.
In 1971, the Irish band Skara Brae recorded its first and only LP ( simply called Skara Brae ), all songs in Irish.
Recent linguistic research suggests that all of Africa's major language groupings south of the Sahara Desert ( except Khoisan, which is not considered a valid genetic grouping anyway ), i. e. the Afro-Asiatic, Nilo-Saharan and Niger – Congo phyla, originated in prehistoric times in a narrow band between Lake Chad and the Nile Valley.
The heavy metal band King Diamond gained cult status during the 1980s releasing mostly all concept albums.
The band continued touring all over the United States, as well as Europe and Australia, and gained a large underground following.
Biafra had received sole songwriting credit for most Dead Kennedys songs on all released albums for the last 20 years or so without complaints from the band, though a minority of songs had given credit to certain group members or the entire band as a whole, indicating a system designed to reflect the primary composers rather than a regimented system like the Jagger / Richards partnership ; today, most Kennedys reissues list the songwriters as " Biafra, Dead Kennedys ", indicating Biafra's lyrical contributions — which the band doesn't dispute, or else simply as " Dead Kennedys ").
Like DECT, DECT ULE standard uses the 1. 9 GHz band so suffers less interference than Zigbee, Bluetooth or Wi-Fi, which all run on 2. 4 GHz.
Using their knowledge of audience participation, MC charisma, and " crowd-pleasing " repertory selection, the wedding music industry became almost all DJ while combining the class and elegance of the traditional band presentation.
The song gave international exposure to the underground New Romantic movement when Bowie visited the London club " Blitz "— the main New Romantic hangout — to recruit several of the regulars ( including Steve Strange of the band Visage ) to act in the accompanying video, renowned as one of the most innovative of all time.
The group released a new album entitled Justus, the first album since 1967's Headquarters that featured the band members performing all instrumental duties.
Dark bands in the absorption spectrum are due to the atoms in an intervening medium between source and observer, absorbing certain frequencies of the light between emitter and detector / eye, then emitting them in all directions, so that a dark band appears to the detector, due to the radiation scattered out of the beam.
( Channel 1 eventually had to be deleted as well, with all TV broadcasts licensed at frequencies 54 MHz or higher, and the band is no longer widely used for emergency first responders either, those services having moved mostly to UHF.
This single FCC action would render all Armstrong-era FM receivers useless within a short time as stations were moved to the new band, while it also protected both RCA's AM-radio stronghold and that of the other major competing networks, CBS, ABC and Mutual.