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The title track from the album Don't Stop the Music was originally written and recorded by Swedish singer, Robyn.
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* 2008 – The City That Care Forgot – Contributed backing vocals to the title track of Dr. John's 2008 album.
In May 1979, while at the album release party for her second album, My Father's Eyes, Grant met Gary Chapman, writer of the title track ( and future husband ).
The album was a multi-platinum success and produced the pop hit " Lucky One " ( No. 18 pop and No. 2 AC ; No. 1 on Radio & Records ) as well as the title track ( a duet with country music star and future husband Vince Gill ) ( No. 37 pop ) and a cover of Joni Mitchell's frequently covered " Big Yellow Taxi " ( No. 67 pop ) ( in which she changed the line " And they charged the people a dollar and a half just to see em " to " And then they charged the people 25 bucks just to see em ").
The first single from the album, as well as the record's title track " Write About Love ", was released in the US on 7 September 2010.
Peter Clarke, Tim Follin and David Whittaker converted the music for the home computer ports ( some versions feature the ending sequence track for the title screen music, such as on the Commodore Amiga version by David Whittaker ).
The album garnered the band their first and only No. 1 hit single on the Modern Rock Tracks chart with the title track " Celebrity Skin ".
" Machine Gun ", the instrumental title track from the band's debut album, became a staple at American sporting events, and is similarly featured in many films, including Boogie Nights and Looking for Mr. Goodbar.
The result, 1977's Here You Come Again, became her first million-seller, topping the country albums chart and reaching No. 20 on the pop albums chart ; the Barry Mann-Cynthia Weil-penned title track topped the country singles chart, and became Parton's first top-ten single on the pop charts ( reaching number three ).
Backwoods Barbie produced four additional singles, including the title track, which was written as part of her score for 9 to 5: The Musical, an adaptation of her feature film Nine to Five.
Station to Station ( 1976 ) introduced a new Bowie persona, the " Thin White Duke " of its title track.
Featuring a starkly lit set, the Isolar – 1976 Tour highlighted songs from the album, including the dramatic and lengthy title track, the ballads " Wild Is the Wind " and " Word on a Wing ", and the funkier " TVC 15 " and " Stay ".
Its title track, though only reaching number 24 in the UK singles chart, gained lasting popularity, and within months had been released in both German and French.
Its three singles became top twenty hits in both countries, where its title track reached number one.
Other popular songs from " Freedom of Choice " were " Girl U Want ," the title track ( both of which had popular music videos, along with " Whip It "), and " Gates of Steel ".
The title track, performed by both Newton-John and ELO, is ELO's only song to top the singles chart in the United Kingdom.
Also in 1964, the duo performed the title track for the Columbia Pictures film Ride the Wild Surf, starring Fabian, Tab Hunter, Peter Brown, Shelley Fabares, and Barbara Eden.
The album was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best New Artist in 1985, and produced two top ten hits, the title track " Valotte ", and " Too Late For Goodbyes ".
The title track was a big hit and was used for Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney's theme song for his campaign in 2011 and 2012. It reached platinum a year after its release.
Lemmy has occasionally played electric or acoustic guitar, notably on the acoustic song " I Ain't No Nice Guy " from Motörhead's March Ör Die album, the title track on 1996's Overnight Sensation, " Limb from Limb " on Overkill ( on which he plays the second lead break ), " Boogeyman " on Rock ' n ' Roll, and a mouth harp on " Whorehouse Blues " from the Inferno album.
The title track and " Kickstart My Heart " were both nominated for Grammys in the Best Hard Rock Category.
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Whatever land you can see here, from the North tip end of Elliott Key looking southward, belongs to someone -- people who have title to the land.
Eileen Farrell in the title role, Mignon Dunn as La Cieca and Richard Tucker as Enzo were holdovers from earlier performances this season, and all contributed to a vigorous performance.
`` He has married me with a ring of bright water '', begins the Kathleen Raine poem from which Maxwell takes his title, and it is this mystic bond between the human and natural world that the author conveys.
Aplu, it is suggested, comes from the Akkadian Aplu Enlil, meaning " the son of Enlil ", a title that was given to the god Nergal, who was linked to Shamash, Babylonian god of the sun.
Controversial American political activist and disbarred attorney Jack Thompson's A Modest Video Game Proposal draws its title from A Modest Proposal.
This first film was based on the 1957 novel 4: 50 from Paddington ( U. S. title, What Mrs. McGillicuddy Saw!
He played three matches against Kasparov for the title from 1986 to 1990, before becoming FIDE World Champion once again after Kasparov broke away from FIDE in 1993.
" This title hails back to England's separation from the See of Rome, when King Henry, as supreme head of the newly independent church, took over all of the monasteries, mainly for their possessions, except for St. Benet, which he spared because the abbot and his monks possessed no wealth, and lived like simple beggars, disposing the incumbent Bishop of Norwich and seating the abbot in his place, thus the dual title still held to this day.
Alexios became estranged from Maria, who was stripped of her imperial title and retired to a monastery, and Constantine Doukas was deprived of his status as co-emperor.
By 1190 Alexios Angelos had returned to the court of his younger brother, from whom he received the elevated title of sebastokratōr.
o Bolonhês ), King of Portugal ( 5 May 1210 in Coimbra – 16 February 1279 in Alcobaça, Coimbra or Lisbon ) was the first to use the title King of Portugal and the Algarve, from 1249.
Muhammad later reaffirmed this title when he said that Abu Bakr is the ' atiqe ' ( the one saved from hell fire by God ).
Amalric agreed and ascended the throne without a wife, although Agnes continued to hold the title Countess of Jaffa and Ascalon and received a pension from that fief's income.
A person who participates in archery is typically known as an " archer " or " bowman ", and one who is fond of or an expert at archery can be referred to as a " toxophilite ".< ref > The noun " toxophilite ", meaning " a lover or devotee of archery, an archer ", is derived from Toxophilus by Roger Ascham —" imaginary proper name invented by Ascham, and hence title of his book ( 1545 ), intended to mean ' lover of the bow '.
Robert Castleden suggests Plato may have borrowed his title from Hellanicus, and that Hellanicus may have based his work on an earlier work on Atlantis.
* 2011 – Fidel Castro resigns from the Communist Party of Cuba's central committee after 45 years of holding the title.
The project involved 3, 400 workers, mostly immigrants from Europe, along with hundreds of Mohawk iron workers, many from the Kahnawake reserve near Montreal. Perhaps the most famous popular culture representation of the building is in the 1933 film King Kong, in which the title character, a giant ape, climbs to the top to escape his captors but falls to his death after being attacked by airplanes.
John Wesley, along with a priest from the Anglican Church and two other elders, operating under the ancient Alexandrian custom, ordained Thomas Coke a " superintendent ", although Coke embraced the title " bishop ".
The title of Baron Abergavenny, in the Nevill family, dates from Edward Nevill, 3rd Baron Bergavenny ( d. 1476 ), who was the youngest son of Ralph de Neville, 1st Earl of Westmorland by his second wife Joan Beaufort, daughter of John of Gaunt, first Duke of Lancaster.
Some NES titles were developed by companies who had licensed their title from a different arcade manufacturer.