Black Velvet may refer to:
- "Black Velvet", a song by Alannah Myles
- Black Velvet (whisky), a Canadian whiskey
- Black Velvet (beer cocktail), a mixed drink
- "Black Velvet", a song from the Ferry Corsten album Twice In A Blue Moon
- "Black Velvet", a song by the rock band Gass; See Juju (Gass album)
- "Black Velvet", a female singing group from Plainfield NJ
- Black Velvet (album), a 1990 album featuring Robin Lee's cover of the song "Black Velvet"
- Black Velvet (magazine), a British quarterly rock magazine
- Black Velvet (revue) - a revue at the London Hippodrome in 1939
- Black Velvet Travel, which operates a bus company in Eastleigh, Southampton
- The Black Velvets, an English rock band
- Velvet (fabric) which is black
- Velvet painting
Other articles related to "black velvet, black, velvet":
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... creatures out of Acmetropolis while stopping Professor Zane 3 ... "The Cloak of Black Velvet" October 1, 2005 (2005-10-01) A series of attacks on Acmetropolis is being perpetrated by felons who work in ... Zadavia dispatches the Loonatics and find the culprit is Black Velvet, a woman who was forced to live in darkness after her eyesight was nearly obliterated by the shockwave unleashed by the impact of ... Along with this, Tech is kidnapped by Black Velvet to help her complete her task ...
... of court dress, worn from the 1840s, comprised a dark, frequently black, cloth (or silk-velvet) single-breasted dress coat (lined with black silk, except for the tail, which was white), with a ... This was worn with a white satin or black silk collarless waistcoat, and white neckcloth ... For levées, this was worn with matching velvet trousers with a gold lace stripe down the seam ...
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... Black Velvet is a quarterly independent rock magazine based in the UK ... The zine originated in 1994 and is published/edited by Shari Black Velvet ... Bands/artists that have graced the cover of Black Velvet include Good Charlotte, My Chemical Romance, Sugarcult, Pitchshifter, Jon Bon Jovi, Less Than Jake, Yellowcard, The All-Am ...
Famous quotes containing the words velvet and/or black:
“As if her velvet helmet high
Did turret rationality.
She fans her wing up to the winde
As if her Pettycoate were linde
With reasons fleece, and hoises saile
And humming flies in thankfull gaile”
—Edward Taylor (16451729)
“A black boxers career is the perfect metaphor for the career of a black male. Every day is like being in the gym, sparring with impersonal opponents as one faces the rudeness and hostility that a black male must confront in the United States, where he is the object of both fear and fascination.”
—Ishmael Reed (b. 1938)