Keith Sweat Music Career

Some articles on sweat, music:

Sweat Punch
... Sweat Punch (スウェットパンチ, Suuettopanchi?) is a series of five Studio 4°C shorts collected in January 2007 as a direct-to-DVD package film titled Deep Imagination ... Gurasuhoppa!?), with one Sweat Punch episode per Grasshoppa! DVD ... and release in 2007's Deep Imagination, a fifth short was added to the Sweat Punch series ...
Sweat (Hadise Album) - Singles
... On November 1, 2004, the first single "Sweat" was released in Belgium ... Sweat debuted a month later on the Ultratop 50, entering at #38 ... In its tenth week, "Sweat" rose to a new peak of #19 and then fell off the chart five weeks later ...
L. D. M. Sweat Memorial Galleries - History
... Sweat Memorial Galleries were built in 1911 by Maine architect John Calvin Stevens ... They were named to honor Lorenzo De Medici Sweat, the husband of Portland Museum of Art benefactor, Margaret Jane Mussey Sweat (1823—1908) ...
Sweat Band
... Sweat Band is the title of the 1980 debut album by the P-Funk spin off act the Sweat Band ... after losing the rights to the name Rubber Band to a folk music group of the same name ...
Sweat Box - Origin of The Term
... The origin for the term "sweat box" is said to date back to when Walt Disney would view the scenes completed through rough animation with his animators and critique ... Some attribute the word "sweat" to the fact that screenings took place in a small theater and it got hot, while others believe that the animators would actually sweat in response to how Disney ...

Famous quotes containing the words career, music, keith and/or sweat:

    My ambition in life: to become successful enough to resume my career as a neurasthenic.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)

    Let us describe the education of our men.... What then is the education to be? Perhaps we could hardly find a better than that which the experience of the past has already discovered, which consists, I believe, in gymnastic, for the body, and music for the mind.
    Plato (c. 427–347 B.C.)

    The artistic temperament is a disease that affects amateurs.... Artists of a large and wholesome vitality get rid of their art easily, as they breathe easily or perspire easily. But in artists of less force, the thing becomes a pressure, and produces a definite pain, which is called the artistic temperament.
    —Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874–1936)

    To say yes, you have to sweat and roll up your sleeves and plunge both hands into life up to the elbows. It’s easy to say no, even if it means dying.
    Jean Anouilh (1910–1987)