Brian Blade Fellowship

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Kurt Rosenwinkel - Discography - Sideman
... Tim Hagans - Animation - Imagination 1999 - Jill Seifers - The Waiting 1999 - Brian Blade Fellowship - Perceptual 2000 - Noah Becker - Where We Are 2000 - Wax Poetic - Wax Poetic 2000 - Danilo PĂ©rez ... Daniel Szabo Trio - Frictions 2007 - Rebecca Martin - The Growing Season 2008 - Brian Blade and the Fellowship Band - Season of Changes 2008 - Jakob Bro - The Stars are All New Songs ...
Hugo Award For Best Dramatic Presentation - Winners and Nominees - Best Dramatic Presentation
... original novel) Universal Studios No Blade of Grass Cornel Wilde (director), Sean Forestal (screenplay), Jefferson Pascal (screenplay), John Christopher (original novel ... Productions Phantom of the Paradise Brian De Palma (director, screenplay) Harbor/20th Century Fox Questor Tapes !The Questor Tapes Richard A ... Artists Capture !The Capture Phil Foglio Phil Foglio 19771 !1977 (no award)+ Carrie Brian De Palma (director), Lawrence D ...

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