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Some articles on moving mountains:

Moving Mountains (band) - Music - Waves (2010-present)
... Waves is Moving Mountains' second full-length album ... Drifting from the sounds of Pneuma and Foreword, Moving Mountains wanted to create an album that would reflect how they play live ... Moving Mountains has stated that Triple Crown Records let them record and write the album however they wanted to ...
Kuk Harrell - 2004–present - Usher, Here I Stand
... on four of the tracks, and co-wrote "Moving Mountains" ... The second single from the album "Moving Mountains", was written and produced by Tricky Stewart, Kuk Harrell, and The-Dream ... In the United States, "Moving Mountains" reached number 67 on the Billboard Hot 100 ...
Moving Mountains (EP)
... Moving Mountains is the debut EP released by the New York band, Moving Mountains ... The album was only considered to be a demo by the band and was not intended to be heard by others, but was leaked to the public in early 2006 ...
Moving Mountains (band) - Touring
... Moving Mountains has toured extensively since releasing Pneuma, including runs with such bands as Thursday, The Fall of Troy, Straylight Run, Brian Bonz, Say Anything, Moneen, Eisley ... Moving Mountains performed at Bamboozle, on May 2, 2010 ... Moving Mountains were announced to play every date of the 2011 Vans Warped tour from June 24, 2011 in Dallas TX, through to August 14, 2011 in Hillsboro, OR ...

Famous quotes containing the words mountains and/or moving:

    Fogs and clouds which conceal the overshadowing mountains lend the breadth of the plains to mountain vales. Even the small-featured country acquires some grandeur in stormy weather when clouds are seen drifting between the beholder and the neighboring hills.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Photographs may be more memorable than moving images because they are a neat slice of time, not a flow. Television is a stream of underselected images, each of which cancels its predecessor. Each still photograph is a privileged moment, turned into a slim object that one can keep and look at again.
    Susan Sontag (b. 1933)