Blue Series

Some articles on blue series, series, blue:

Spike And Suzy - Publications - The Red Series and The Blue Series
... divided into two groups - The Red Series, and The Blue series ... The Red Series contains the vast majority of the books, and is so called because all of the books in this series have a red coloured cover ... There are only a few books in the blue series, and they are so called because of their blue cover ...
Blue Budgerigar Mutation - Appearance
... The Blue mutation changes the colour of the body feathers, which are light green in the wild-type, to skyblue and the colour of mask and other parts which are yellow in the wild-type, to white ... which gives colour to petrol on water, which in the budgerigar produces a blue colouration ... The Blue mutation totally inhibits the production of this yellow pigment, and as far as is known, it has no other effect ...
Thirsty Ear Recordings
... to prominence in the mid-1990s thanks to its series of CD reissues of classic early industrial albums by pioneers such as Foetus, Einst├╝rzende Neubauten, Marc Almond, Swans, and Test ... Director of a new line of recordings named the Blue Series ... The concept of the Blue Series was born from Thirsty Ear's desire to marry jazz's many languages into a cogent new one and perhaps shake up what was, and to a certain extent ...

Famous quotes containing the words series and/or blue:

    As Cuvier could correctly describe a whole animal by the contemplation of a single bone, so the observer who has thoroughly understood one link in a series of incidents should be able to accurately state all the other ones, both before and after.
    Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859–1930)

    True variety is in that plenitude of real and unexpected elements, in the branch charged with blue flowers thrusting itself, against all expectations, from the springtime hedge which seems already too full, while the purely formal imitation of variety ... is but void and uniformity, that is, that which is most opposed to variety....
    Marcel Proust (1871–1922)