Other articles related to "records, beat, record":
... The song "I Love You" appears on the following records The Zombies - The Zombies (Decca LK 4843) Sweden (1965) The Zombies - I Love You Holland (1966) Reissue (VARESE SARABANDE) USA (2004) The Zombies ... - The Best of the Zombies (London Records MIP-1-9373) Canada (1982) (PolyGram MIP-9373) Canada (1982) The Zombies - Zombies (See For Miles Records Ltd ... SEE 30) (1984) The Zombies - The Singles A's B's (See For Miles Records Ltd ...
... Beat (name), a German male given name Beat (soda), a drink manufactured by the Coca-Cola Company in Mexico Beating, in sailing upwind close-hauled with the wind coming from one side and then tacking ...
... Down Beat is an American magazine devoted to "jazz, blues and beyond" to indicate its expansion beyond the jazz realm which it covered exclusively in previous years ... is named after the "downbeat" in music also called "beat one" or the first beat of a musical measure ... Down Beat publishes results of annual surveys of both its readers and critics in a variety of categories ...
... form of song and dance with a strong irregular beat - emphasis is placed on the beat at the expense of the melody ... kanji spelling of kusemai is 曲舞, written variants of the kanji are found in written records as 久世 舞 (kuse-mai) and 九世 舞 (kuse-mai) ... it was of minor importance, and probably involved the performer simply stamping the beat ...
... Netherlands The Blue Moon Rockers CD The Blue Moon Rockers “School Of Rock Roll” Rarity Records CD-192527, 1996 Belgium Johnny Reno LP Johnny Reno “Third Degree” Wildcat Records LP-JE3. 3 Various Artists” Rough House Records CD RHCD-003, 2004 Japan The Greyhounds CD The Greyhounds “Songs Our Daddies Taught Us” Pair Of Dice Records CD ... -“At first I tried to get Gene (Vincent) to record Gene Summers’ "School Of Rock 'n Roll" without much success ...
Famous quotes containing the words records, big and/or beat:
“Better the rudest work that tells a story or records a fact, than the richest without meaning.”
—John Ruskin (18191900)
“Towns oftener swamp one than carry one out onto the big ocean of life.”
—D.H. (David Herbert)
“Ah, it is sweet on the hills,
to dance in sacred faun-pelt,
to dance until one falls faint,
to beat the sacred dance-beat
until one drops down
—Hilda Doolittle (18861961)