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Salvation Has No Name

Salvation Has No Name is an upcoming stop motion animated short, written and directed by BAFTA Cymru nominated director Joseph Wallace and starred by Itziar Ituño and Yasmine Al Masri. Told through a dynamic mixture of color and black with a dram ...

                                               

Hermeneutics of faith

Hermeneutics of faith, the counterpart to hermeneutics of suspicion, is a manner in which a text may be read. It was the traditional or predominant way of reading the Bible for at least the first fifteen hundred years of Christian history. Both i ...

                                               

Bayard Thayer

Born in Boston, Massachusetts on April 3, 1862, he was the grandson of Thayer was the grandson of Rev. Dr. Nathaniel Thayer, Unitarian minister of the First Church of Christ in Lancaster and son of Nathaniel Thayer, banker. He was named after his ...

                                               

Duster album)

Duster is the third studio album by American space-rock band Duster. The album was released December 13, 2019 by Mudd Guts Records in the United States; the first Duster album to not be released under the Up Records label. This is also the first ...

                                               

Greatest Hits on Monument (Connie Smith album)

Greatest Hits on Monument is a compilation album by American country artist, Connie Smith. The album was released March 9, 1993 on Sony Music Entertainment and was produced by Ray Baker. The album was collection Smiths singles and other tracks re ...

                                               

Cingulum

Cingulum, from the Latin for belt or girdle, may refer to: Cingulum brain, white matter fibers found in the brain A type of groove encircling the theca of dinoflagellates Coleroidion cingulum, a beetle in the family Cerambycidae Cingulum militare ...

                                               

Lathe (disambiguation)

Lathe metal, a lathe used specifically for metals Rose engine lathe, a specialized kind of ornamental lathe Lathe, used in turning wood, metals and other materials Geometric lathe, used for making ornamental patterns on the plates used in printin ...

                                               

CFH

CFH may refer to: Call for Help, an American/Canadian television show about computing and technology Cowboys from Hell, a groove metal album by Pantera Coach Fred Hoiberg, Iowa State University mens basketball coach Unit of gas flow of standard c ...

                                               

Electrodeposition

Electrodeposition may refer to: Underpotential deposition, a phenomenon of electrodeposition of a species typically reduction of a metal cation to a solid metal at a potential less negative than the equilibrium Nernst potential for the reduction ...

                                               

Trait

Trait may refer to: Trait computer programming, a model for structuring object-oriented programs a template class in the C++ programming language Trait theory in psychology Phenotypic trait in biology, which involve genes and characteristics of o ...

                                               

Russell Jones

Russell Jones may refer to: Russell Jones politician born 1948, member of the Arizona House of Representatives Russell Jones cricketer born 1980, cricketer Russell Celyn Jones born 1952, British writer and academic Russ Jones born 1942, Canadian ...

                                               

Clipping

Clipping morphology, the formation of a new word by shortening it, e.g. "ad" from "advertisement" Clipping publications, the cutting-out of articles from a paper publication Clipping phonetics, shortening the articulation of a speech sound, usual ...

                                               

Home invasion (disambiguation)

A home invasion is an illegal and usually forceful entry to an occupied, private dwelling with violent intent to commit a crime against the occupants. It may also refer to: "Home Invasion" American Horror Story: second episode of the first season ...

                                               

Hayden House

Hayden House may refer to: in the United States by state then town Gilman-Hayden House, East Hartford, Connecticut, listed on the NRHP in Hartford County Capt. Nathaniel Hayden House, Windsor, Connecticut, listed on the NRHP in Hartford County Wi ...

                                               

Tape Five

Tape Five is a German musical project founded by a singer-songwriter and Record producer Martin Strathausen in 2003. Their music represents various styles, such as swing, electro swing, Nu jazz, Latino, Lounge, Dub, Trip hop, and Chillout.

                                               

Three (The Necks album)

Metacritic, which assigns a normalised rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, awarded the album a score of 81, based on 8 reviews which is considered as "Universal acclaim". Pitchforks Colin Joyce called the album "slow, winding, a ...

                                               

Body (The Necks album)

Body is an album by Australian improvised music trio The Necks first released on the Fish of Milk label in 2018 in Australia and on the Northern Spy label in the US.

                                               

Live at the Concord Jazz Festival

Live at the Concord Jazz Festival is a 1979 live album recorded at the Concord Jazz Festival by the Ray Brown Trio in August 1979. Singer Ernestine Anderson guest starred.

                                               

Lyrical Mugaby

Asamoah Gideon can be a lead-in to the subjects real, formal, or extended name. Describe the subjects nationality and profession in which the subject is most notable. Provide a description of the subjects major contributions in the immediately re ...

                                               

NPI

Nationaal Pop Instituut: the Dutch Rock & Pop Institute Non-profit institution New Policy Institute National Policy Institute Nordic Patent Institute Northwest Progressive Institute Norwegian Polar Institute

                                               

Back in Business (Eartha Kitt album)

Back in Business is the sixteenth and final studio album by American singer Eartha Kitt, released on November 23, 1994 by DRG Records. At the 38th Annual Grammy Awards in 1996, the album was nominated for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Performance.

                                               

Hard drive (disambiguation)

Hard disk drive is a computer storage device containing rigid rotating platters. Hard drive may also refer to: Hard Drive The Sorry Kisses album, a 2008 album by The Sorry Kisses Hard Drive, a satirical video game vertical published by The Hard T ...

                                               

Carabao (disambiguation)

Carabao is a domesticated swamp type water buffalo found in the Philippines and Guam. Carabao may also refer to: Carabao Energy Drink, a Thai energy drink, the manufacturers of which sponsor Carabao Cup, the current name of the League Cup in Engl ...

                                               

Electronic rock (disambiguation)

Electronic rock and synth-rock are broad labels that describe the use of electronics in rock music. More specifically, it may refer to certain rock subgenres that commonly use synthesizers, such as: Synth-pop, as above New wave music, from the 19 ...

                                               

Vols. 11 & 12

Vols. 11 & 12 is the sixth compilation album by the desert rock supergroup Desert Sessions, a side project of Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme. It is a compilation of the groups eleventh release, titled Arrivederci Despair and their tw ...

                                               

Robert Wise (disambiguation)

Robert Wise was an American film producer and director. Robert Wise may also refer to: Chubby Wise Robert Russell Wise, 1915–1996, American bluegrass fiddler Robert L. Wise, author of The Bitter Road to Dachau, about the experiences of Confessing ...

                                               

Canvas (Moya Brennan album)

Canvas is a studio album by Irish musician Moya Brennan. This is her eighth solo album to be released. It was released on the 31 March 2017 in Ireland, the UK and the Netherlands. Brennan collaborated with her harpist Cormac de Barra on several o ...

                                               

Edwin Barbosa

Barbosa was known for exploring nago, maracatu, caboclinho along other percussion rhythms. He entered Valenças band in 1988, where he remained for 26 years. Valença made a tribute song to Barbosa while he was alive, titled Quando Edwin desde a la ...

                                               

Marco Porcu

Born in Milan, Italy, Marco developed a passion for music at a young age. He received his first guitar as a gift, at age 9, when he was enrolled into the Lainate Private School in Milan. While there, he studied both classical and contemporary mus ...

                                               

Gobeil

Gilles Gobeil born 1954, electroacoustic music composer residing in Montreal, Canada Samuel Gobeil, Quebec politician Paul Gobeil born 1942, Canadian businessman and politician

                                               

Tonight: Lola Blau

Tonight: Lola Blau is a cabaret musical with music and original text by Georg Kreisler with the English version by Don White. It concerns Lola Blau, a European Jewish cabaret singer, who flees to Switzerland from the Anschluss annexation of Austr ...

                                               

Red Album

Red Album or The Red Album may refer to: Days of the New 2001 album, an album by Days of the New often referred to as The Red Album 1962–1966, a 1973 compilation album by The Beatles also known as The Red Album The R.E.D. Album, the fourth studio ...

                                               

The Exciting Lloyd Price

Price had recorded several singles going back to 1952 with the hit "Lawdy Miss Clawdy", included on this album. The success of single "Stagger Lee" lead to Price being one of the biggest-selling music acts of 1959. The editorial staff of AllMusic ...

                                               

Higher & Higher (DJ Jurgen song)

Higher & Higher is a 2000 song recorded by Dutch DJ, remixer and producer DJ Jurgen. It was released as single only and features vocals by singer Karen Shenaz. The track was a huge hit in the Netherlands, where it peaked at number 5 on the single ...

                                               

Kusai Mono ni wa Futa wo Shiro!!

"Kusai Mono ni wa Futa wo Shiro!!" is the 10th single by Japanese singer/songwriter Chisato Moritaka. Written by Moritaka and Hideo Saitō, the single was released by Warner Pioneer on May 25, 1990. Known for its unique rockabilly tune, the song w ...

                                               

Robert Barnett

Robert Barnett may refer to: Robby Barnett, American choreographer Robert Barnett lawyer born 1946, American lawyer Robert S. Barnett, Pennsylvania politician Bob Barnett, fictional character from Home and Away T-Mo born 1972, American rapper, bo ...

                                               

Erik Ask-Upmark

Erik Martin Andreas Ask-Upmark is a Swedish musician and riksspelman on the svensk sackpipa. He mainly performs with the groups Svanevit, Dråm and Falsobordone in which he plays sackpipa Swedish bagpipe and harp, together with his wife Anna Rynef ...

                                               

Darling (Robert Hazard album)

Darling is the second album by American musician Robert Hazard, released in November 1986 on his own label RHA Records, after being dropped by RCA in 1984. "Hip Pocket" was recorded in California with Rod Stewarts band.

                                               

DJ Paul (disambiguation)

DJ Paul is an American rapper, record producer and DJ DJ Paul may also refer to: Paul Johnson, American house DJ Paul Rudd, English house music DJ Paul Miller, American hip-hop DJ Paul Newton, English dance music DJ Joshua Paul Davis, American re ...

                                               

The Solution

The Solution may refer to: "The Solution" Alias episode, an episode of the television series Alias "Die Losung" poem, a poem by Bertolt Brecht the title of which is usually translated as "The Solution The Solution Beanie Sigel album, an album by ...

                                               

Moxiii Double Dee

Moxiii was born on Dec 13, 1994, in Newburgh New York the 2nd oldest of four sons. Moxiiis path into the industry comes from both Northern and Southern culture and the environment he was raised in. Shortly after watervliet Jr sr high school Moxii ...

                                               

Jiya Jaye (2017)

Jiya Jaye, is an Indian Hindi-language drama short-film directed by Singer-Songwriter Palash Sen and produced by Royal Stag. Featuring actors Kinshuk Sen and Sahiba Bali in their first digital project, Jiya Jaye depicts conflicted love that bring ...

                                               

Jiya Jaye

Jiya Jaye, is an Indian Hindi-language drama short-film directed by Singer-Songwriter Palash Sen and produced by Royal Stag. Featuring actors Kinshuk Sen and Sahiba Bali in their first digital project, Jiya Jaye depicts conflicted love that bring ...

                                               

Parah Dice

The Russian music portal TopHit calls Parah Dice "one of the most mysterious German musicians". According to Dance-Charts.de, he "has worked as a ghost producer for well-known DJs for many years" before "deciding to make a name for himself". He r ...

                                               

Reckless (SteelDrivers album)

AllMusics review states that "The Steeldrivers may play traditional bluegrass, but they do it with a style thats informed by outlaw country and rock & roll attitude." Jonathan Keefe of Slant Magazine writes, "What the SteelDrivers did so well on ...

                                               

Wake Up, Sunshine

Wake Up, Sunshine is the eighth studio album by American rock band All Time Low. It was released on April 3, 2020, and is their second release with Fueled by Ramen following Last Young Renegade in 2017. The lead single, "Some Kind of Disaster" wa ...

                                               

Bluegrass

Bluegrass or Blue Grass may refer to: Kentucky bluegrass Poa pratensis, a perennial grass species Bluegrass grass, several species of grasses of the genus Poa

                                               

Sunset Rollercoaster

Sunset Rollercoaster is a six-piece jazz-influenced synth-pop band from Taipei, Taiwan consisting of Kuo-Hung Tseng, Hung-Li Chen, Shao-Hsuan Wang, Tsun-Lung Lo, Shih-Wei Huang, and Hao-Ting Huang. The name originated from a Photo Booth picture t ...

                                               

Chris Parker

Chris Parker may refer to: Chris Parker rugby league born 1982, Gateshead Thunder rugby league player Chris Parker musician, American jazz drummer Chris Parker running back born 1972, American football player Chris Parker, English screenwriter an ...

                                               

Arthur Briggs

Arthur Briggs may refer to: Arthur Briggs footballer 1900–1987, English footballer who played for Hull City, Tranmere Rovers and Swindon Town Arthur Briggs rugby 1867–1943, rugby union footballer of the 1890s for England, and Bradford F.C. Arthur ...