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Taipei

;The Matrixx" in Nijmegen featured the performance of artists like Cor Fijneman, Cosmic Gate, First State, Mark Norman (Mark Norman (DJ)), Mr. Sam, Phynn, Progression and Ton TB. After the release of this party, the exclusive best of CD from the imprint called "10 Years of Black Hole Recordings" was released.


Memphis, Tennessee

began playing in the early 1920s as a sideline while he worked as a farmhand in Buffalo (Buffalo, New York), New York, and as a steelworker in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. In 1929 he moved to Chicago and set up a bootlegging (Rum-running) business, an activity he continued throughout Prohibition. In 1930 Arnold moved south briefly, and made his first recordings (sound recording and reproduction), "Rainy Night Blues" and "Paddlin' Madeline Blues", under the name

with Alex Chilton, he led the power pop band Big Star (Big Star (band)), which recorded albums during the early 1970s. Bell left the group after Big Star's first album, ''#1 Record'' (Number 1 Record) (1972), failed to find commercial success, although some of his musical and lyrical contributions surfaced on the band's second album, ''Radio City'' (Radio City (album)) (1974). Bell recorded as a solo artist for the remainder of the 1970s; two of these influential solo recordings

, "I Am the Cosmos" and "You and Your Sister", were released on a 1978 single on Car Records. These two songs became popular among collectors of Big Star-related items, and were later included on Bell's posthumously released 1992 solo album ''I Am the Cosmos''. Solo work Bell concentrated on solo work after leaving Big Star, recording demos at Ardent Studios and Shoe Recording in Memphis (Memphis, Tennessee) with old friends including Rosebrough


Romania

, and it regularly goes on tour. The choir has also recorded CDs, such as ''Rejoice in the Lamb'' and ''Christmas at Tiffin''. It has also appeared on recordings of Mahler with Klaus Tennstedt, Puccini's ''Tosca'' with Antonio Pappano and Britten's ''War Requiem'' with Kurt Masur.

: www.tiffinboyschoir.org.uk audio.htm In addition to this, the choir has featured on the last ever episode of ''TFI Friday'', on the soundtrack of ''A Christmas Carol'', starring Kate Winslet, and on the subsequently released top-ten Kate Winslet Single "What If (What If (Kate Winslet song))". The choir has made tours to Germany, Romania, Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, China, Australia, Italy and New Zealand. Currently, the Conductor and Director for the Tiffin Boys' Choir is Simon Toyne - the Director of Music at Tiffin School. '''Sabin Bălaşa''' (


White House

of American States ), of whose music division his father, Charles Seeger, was head (1938–53). The resultant 22-page mimeographed "List of American Folk Music on Commercial Recordings", issued in 1940 and mailed by Lomax out to academic folklore scholars, became the basis of Harry Smith's (Harry Everett Smith) celebrated ''Anthology of American Folk Music'' on Folkways Records. Seeger also did similar work for Lomax at Decca (Decca Records) in the late 1940s. Lomax also encouraged Seeger's folk singing vocation, and Seeger was soon appearing as a regular performer on Alan Lomax and Nicholas Ray's weekly Columbia Broadcasting (CBS) show ''Back Where I Come From'' (1940–41) alongside of Josh White, Burl Ives, Leadbelly, and Woody Guthrie (whom he had first met at Will Geer's Grapes of Wrath benefit concert for migrant workers on March 3, 1940). ''Back Where I Come From'' was unique in having a racially integrated (Racial integration) cast, which made news when it performed in March 1941 at a command performance at the White House organized by Eleanor Roosevelt called "An Evening of Songs for American Soldiers," Folk Songs in the White House, ''Time'', March 3, 1941. Accessed online 30 September 2008. before an audience that included the Secretaries of War (U.S. Secretary of War), Treasury (U.S. Secretary of the Treasury), and the Navy (U.S. Secretary of the Navy), among other notables. The show was a success but was not picked up by commercial sponsors for nationwide broadcasting because of its integrated cast. During the war (World War II), Seeger also performed on nationwide radio broadcasts by Norman Corwin. *''' WikiPedia:White House, Tennessee Dmoz:Regional North_America United_States Tennessee Localities W White_House


Taiwan

http: trance.nu v4 news black-hole-recordings-10-year-anniversary-party title 10 year anniversary After the release of this party, the exclusive best of CD from the imprint called "10 Years of Black Hole Recordings" was released. An event which took place on Taipei, Taiwan named "Black Hole Label Night"


Poland

, and it regularly goes on tour. The choir has also recorded CDs, such as ''Rejoice in the Lamb'' and ''Christmas at Tiffin''. It has also appeared on recordings of Mahler with Klaus Tennstedt, Puccini's ''Tosca'' with Antonio Pappano and Britten's ''War Requiem'' with Kurt Masur.

: www.tiffinboyschoir.org.uk audio.htm In addition to this, the choir has featured on the last ever episode of ''TFI Friday'', on the soundtrack of ''A Christmas Carol'', starring Kate Winslet, and on the subsequently released top-ten Kate Winslet Single "What If (What If (Kate Winslet song))". The choir has made tours to Germany, Romania, Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, China, Australia, Italy and New Zealand. Currently, the Conductor and Director for the Tiffin Boys' Choir is Simon Toyne - the Director of Music at Tiffin School. '''Belz''' ( WikiPedia:Poland Commons:Category:Poland Dmoz:Regional Europe Poland


Toronto

street circuit, and is located at Exhibition Place. Though Wellesley Township itself was not surveyed


Philadelphia

journalist Kim Summers, Rydell, whose interest in show business began at the age of four years, "is one of the most sought-after nightclub and concert acts in the US (United States). His performance in ''Bye Bye Birdie (Bye Bye Birdie (film))'' and his recordings (sound recording and reproduction) "Wild One (Wild One (Bobby Rydell song))" and "Volare (Volare (song))" made him a famous performer in the 1960s. Rydell used his talents


Italy

with London orchestras, and it regularly goes on tour. The choir has also recorded CDs, such as ''Rejoice in the Lamb'' and ''Christmas at Tiffin''. It has also appeared on recordings of Mahler with Klaus Tennstedt, Puccini's ''Tosca'' with Antonio Pappano and Britten's ''War Requiem'' with Kurt Masur.

title Tiffin Boys Choir url http: www.tiffinboyschoir.org.uk audio.htm In addition to this, the choir has featured on the last ever episode of ''TFI Friday'', on the soundtrack of ''A Christmas Carol'', starring Kate Winslet, and on the subsequently released top-ten Kate Winslet Single "What If (What If (Kate Winslet song))". The choir has made tours to Germany, Romania, Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, China, Australia, Italy and New Zealand. Currently, the Conductor and Director for the Tiffin Boys' Choir is Simon Toyne - the Director of Music at Tiffin School. The aging warships inherited from the Ottoman Navy were mostly built and commissioned before the First World War, and technological improvements in naval warfare (Naval warfare of World War I) had left the Turkish Navy outdated in terms of equipment. To remedy this setback, the government of the Republic of Turkey embarked on a modernization program. First to be ordered were the two new submarines derived from the German Type UB III (German Type UB III submarine) Dutch Submarines: The Ingenieurskantoor voor Scheepsbouw design bureau and built by the German-owned Dutch shipyard IvS (NV Ingenieurskantoor voor Scheepsbouw) in 1925, being commissioned as the ''Birinci İnönü'' (List of submarines of the Turkish Navy#Birinci İnönü class) and ''İkinci İnönü'' (List of submarines of the Turkish Navy#Birinci İnönü class) in 1928. These were swiftly followed by an order for two submarines from Italy in 1930, which were named ''Sakarya'' (List of submarines of the Turkish Navy#Sakarya) and ''Dumlupınar'' (List of submarines of the Turkish Navy#Dumlupınar), and commissioned in 1931 after an extremely fast build time at the Monfalcone Shipyard (Cantiere Navale Triestino) of CRDA (Cantieri Riuniti dell'Adriatico). Turkish Submarine History The Navy also ordered four destroyers and three torpedo boats from Italian shipyards; namely the two ''Adatepe'' class destroyers (Adatepe class destroyer) (''Adatepe'' and ''Kocatepe''), the two ''Tınaztepe'' class destroyers (Tinaztepe class destroyer) (''Tınaztepe'' and ''Zafer''), and the three torpedo boats (''Martı'', ''Denizkuşu'' and ''Doğan''), which were all commissioned in 1931. The Spanish-built submarine ''Gür'' (TCG Gür (1936)), a variant of the German Type IA (German Type I submarine), was launched in 1930 and commissioned in 1936. Atatürk (Mustafa Kemal Atatürk) also ordered the ''Ay'' class submarines (List of submarines of the Turkish Navy#Ay class) which were variants of the German Type IXA (German Type IXA submarine) and were built by Krupp Germaniawerft (Friedrich Krupp Germaniawerft) at the shipyards of Kiel in Germany and Gölcük (Gölcük Naval Shipyard) in Turkey. ''Yıldıray'' was laid down in 1936, but its commissioning was delayed until 1946 due to the hardships of the Second World War. ''Saldıray'' was laid down in 1937 and commissioned in 1939, while ''Atılay'' was laid down in 1937 and commissioned in 1940. *September 4 **Leo Castelli, Italian (Italy)-American (United States) art dealer and gallerist (d. 1999 (1999 in art)) **Zhang Chongren, Chinese (China) artist and sculptor (d. 1998 (1998 in art)) Biography Mikhail Tsvet was born 14 May 1872 in Asti, Italy. His mother was Italian (Italy), and his father was a Russian official. His mother died soon after his birth, and he was raised in Geneva, Switzerland. He received his B.S. (Bachelor of Science) degree from the Department of Physics and Mathematics at the University of Geneva in 1893. However, he decided to dedicate himself to botany and received his Ph.D. (Doctor of Philosophy) degree in 1896 for his work on cell (cell (biology)) physiology. He moved to Saint Petersburg, Russia, in 1896 because his father was recalled from the foreign service. There he started to work at the Biological Laboratory of the Russian Academy of Sciences. His Geneva degrees were not recognized in Russia, and he had to earn Russian degrees. In 1897 he became a teacher of botany courses for women. In 1902 he became a laboratory assistant at the Institute of Plant Physiology of the Warsaw University in Poland. In 1903 he became an assistant professor and taught also at other Warsaw universities. After the beginning of World War I the Warsaw University of Technology was evacuated to Moscow, Russia, and in 1916 again to Gorki (Leninskie Gorki) near Moscow. In 1917 he became a Professor of Botany and the director of the botanical gardens at the University of Tartu (Yuryev) in Estonia. In 1918 when German (Germany) troops occupied the city, the university was evacuated to Voronezh, a large city in the south of Central Russia. Tsvet died of a chronic inflammation of the throat on 26 June 1919 at the age of 47. Harrison relocated to Italy in the early 1960s with his first wife Loretta and became a minor star in sword and sandal films, Eurospy films and spaghetti westerns. His first Italian film and first starring role was in ''The Invincible Gladiator'' (1962), directed by Alberto De Martino and Antonio Momplet. Arguably Harrison's most well known film from his early career is the western ''Gunfight at Red Sands'' (''Duello nel Texas''), directed by Ricardo Blasco in 1963. ''Gunfight at Red Sands'' is also noteworthy for being the first Italian Western to feature an Ennio Morricone score. Harrison turned down Sergio Leone's ''A Fistful of Dollars'' and recommended Clint Eastwood for the role. Frayling, Christopher ''Spaghetti Western: Cowboys and Europeans from Karl May to Sergio Leone'', Routledge, 1981, p.145 Harrison joked that was his greatest contribution to the cinema. http: www.nanarland.com interview interview.php?id_interview richardharrisonvo&vo 1&page 4 '''Luigi Riva''' (born November 7, 1944), best known as '''Gigi Riva''' or by his nickname ''Rombo di Tuono'' (Roar of Thunder), is a former Italian (Italy) footballer (football (soccer)), the all-time leading scorer for the Italian national team (Italy national football team). Considered one of the best forwards of his generation, Riva enjoyed a remarkable scoring record for Cagliari (Cagliari Calcio) thanks to his composure in front of goal, fearsome left foot and aerial ability. In the devastated Europe after the war, several of Europe's (Europe) biggest clubs should have wanted Bican. Juventus offered him handsome terms to join them, but he refused, supposedly after he was advised that Communists (Communism) might take over Italy. He stayed in Prague and, ironically, the Communists came to power there in 1948. Bican refused to join the Communist Party, just as he had refused to join the Nazi Party in Austria. Amongst others, he played with Hellas Verona (Hellas Verona F.C.) in Italy, helping it to the only major title of its history, the 1985 Serie A. Additionally, Elkjær scored nearly 40 goals for the Danish national team (Denmark national football team) in 11 years, being a leading figure for the country at both Euro 1984 (UEFA Euro 1984) and the 1986 World Cup (1986 FIFA World Cup) (a first-ever appearance), winning the Bronze Ball (FIFA World Cup awards#Golden Ball) award at the latter competition. Verona 27-year old Elkjær signed for Hellas Verona F.C. in Italy in the summer of 1984 and, in his first season (1984–85 Serie A) with the team, he played an instrumental role as it won the Serie A title, the ''scudetto (List of Italian football champions)'', for the first time in its history; he aided to that conquest with a solo left-flank run against Juventus FC (Juventus F.C.) (a 2–0 home win), where he lost his right boot, kept on running with the ball and ended up shooting home with his bootless right foot.


Washington, D.C.

a copy of one of his recordings, "Avalon Blues", which gave the location of his hometown, there became increased interest in his whereabouts. Tom Hoskins, a blues enthusiast, would be the first to locate Hurt in 1963. He convinced Hurt to relocate to Washington, D.C., where he was recorded by the Library of Congress in 1964. This rediscovery helped further the American folk music revival, which had led to the rediscovery of many other List of blues musicians bluesmen


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