Some articles on recorded:
... the war, saxophonist Ike Quebec was among those who recorded for the label ... In 1947, pianist Thelonious Monk recorded his first sessions as a leader for the label, which were also the Blue Note debut of drummer Art Blakey ... Other bebop or modernist musicians who recorded for Blue Note during the late forties and early fifties were pianist Tadd Dameron, trumpeters Fats Navarro and ...
... The closing theme was "Java" in the versions recorded by Al Hirt and Bert Kaempfert "The Gallery" – "Cavatina" originally, but "Left Bank Two" by Wayne Hill (recorded by The ...
... The Biggest Thing Since Colossus (1969) Cryin' Time (recorded 1968, released 1970) Walking The Blues (recorded 1960, released 1972) Last Call Live at Boston Tea Party (recorded 1970 ...
... Damián Massanet also recorded them, in 1691, as one of six groups of Indians encountered along a stream called "Caramanchel" this appears to correspond with today's Comanche Creek in the southwestern part of ... Massenet, in his account of this expedition, recorded that the Quems guide used a sign language then common in the area of southern Texas he was also tattooed ... was founded near modern-day Candela in 1700, some Quems entered they were recorded under the name Quexamos ...
... Queens of Noise was recorded at Mankey's Brothers Studio in Santa Monica, California, a facility most famous for its association with The Beach Boys ... of "Midnight Music", all of the songs on the album were recorded in the same fashion drums, bass, and rhythm guitar (except for the riffs) were all recorded "live" at ... They each recorded in separate rooms, however, in order to prevent their instruments from "bleeding" together during recording ...
More definitions of "recorded":
- (adj): Set down or registered in a permanent form especially on film or tape for reproduction.
Example: "Recorded music"
- (adj): Recorded or listed in a directory.
Example: "A recorded number"
- (adj): Made a matter of official record.
Example: "A properly recorded deed to the property"
Famous quotes containing the word recorded:
“It is in the very nature of things human that every act that has once made its appearance and has been recorded in the history of mankind stays with mankind as a potentiality long after its actuality has become a thing of the past.”
—Hannah Arendt (19061975)
“Fifty million Frenchmen cant be wrong.”
—Anonymous. Popular saying.
Dating from World War Iwhen it was used by U.S. soldiersor before, the saying was associated with nightclub hostess Texas Quinan in the 1920s. It was the title of a song recorded by Sophie Tucker in 1927, and of a Cole Porter musical in 1929.