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Sausalito, California

set ''Live in Europe (Live in Europe (Otis Redding album))'', he continued to scribble lines of the song on napkins and hotel paper. In November of that year he joined producer and guitarist Steve Cropper at the Stax recording studio in Memphis (Memphis, Tennessee), Tennessee. Originally laid down as SS ''Mission San Lorenzo'' under a Maritime Commission contract on 9 June 1944 at Sausalito, California by the Marinship Corporation, she renamed '''USS ''Abatan''''' on 25 July


Medicine Hat

Deer , Jean Côté (Jean Cote, Alberta), Lac La Biche (Lac La Biche, Alberta), Lethbridge, Medicine Hat and Peace River (Peace River, Alberta). On September 29, 2009, Buckcherry released their first live album, ''Live & Loud 2009'', which they played some of their biggest songs such as "Sorry (Sorry (Buckcherry song))", "Lit Up", "Crazy Bitch", and much more. The album was recorded in May 2009 during their Canadian tour in Edmonton


Olympia, Washington

independent record label K Records is legendary in indie music circles. Olympia was the heart of the '90s punk (punk subculture) riot grrrl movement, and to the band Sleater-Kinney which hailed from that scene. The band Hole (Hole (band)) wrote and recorded a song called "Olympia" (aka "Rock Star") on their album ''Live Through This'' (1994). Olympia was also the heart of the '90s queercore scene, with bands such as the Mukilteo Fairies and Team Dresch calling it home. The band Rancid (Rancid (band)) wrote and recorded a song called "Olympia, WA" on their album ''...And Out Come the Wolves'' (1995); this song was later covered by the bands NOFX (2003) and Rentokill (Rentokill (band)) (2004). Nirvana (Nirvana (band)) lived in Olympia; Kurt Cobain wrote most of the songs released on ''Nevermind'' while living in an apartment on Pear Street in Olympia. Modest Mouse recorded their first full-length album ''This Is a Long Drive for Someone with Nothing to Think About'' in Olympia. Kimya Dawson lives and performs in Olympia. Macklemore went to the Evergreen State College and wrote most of the songs released on ''The Language of My World'' in Olympia. Bright Eyes (Bright Eyes (band)) references Olympia in the song "June on the West Coast" saying "I visited my brother on the outskirts of Olympia Where the forest and the water become one Death Cab for Cutie references Olympia in the song "Your Bruise" saying "Chitter-chatter all these secrets started giving me the shivers Plain and simply broken down near Olympia". See also thumb right View from Tumwater Hill (File:Olympaaug05 v2.jpg) headquarters 3000 Pacific Avenue S.E. Olympia (Olympia, Washington), Washington (Washington (U.S. state)), United States latd latm lats latNS - 195 align "left" Olympia (Olympia, Washington)-Lacey (Lacey, Washington), WA UA 143,826 238.1 91.9 603.9 1564.2 -


Burlington, Ontario

the stories of as children. Silverstein Official Website Retrieved 14-11-10 They have released a total of five studio albums, three EP's (Extended play), a compilation album and a live DVD CD (Live album). Their lineup has remained unchanged since December 2001, consisting of lead vocalist Shane Told, guitarists Neil Boshart and Josh Bradford, bass guitarist and backing vocalist Billy Hamilton, and Drum


Seattle

Celebration , held at the Seattle Center, involves performances, picnics, wine and shopping. Unhappy with the quality of 1980's ''Live at Last (Live at Last (Black Sabbath album))'', the band recorded another live album—titled ''Live Evil (Live Evil (Black Sabbath album))''—during the ''Mob Rules'' world tour, across the United States in Dallas, San Antonio, and Seattle, in 1982.

could only be described as "noise"; this would later be released as ''Live at Brixton Academy (Live at Brixton Academy (Atari Teenage Riot album))''. Grunge band Nirvana (Nirvana (band)) was scheduled to headline at the festival in 1994, but the band officially dropped out of the festival on April 7, 1994. Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain's body was discovered in Seattle, Washington (Washington (U.S. state)) the next day. Cobain's widow

.) To further confuse matters, during a radio broadcast of his band Dio (Dio (band)), recorded live in 1983 in Fresno, CA, Ronnie James Dio says, "Just in case you didn't know, the album ''Live Evil'' that we Dio and drummer Vinny Appice did with Black Sabbath here last time was recorded at Fresno.' It is not unreasonable to assume that many of the shows were recorded with a view to the live album (see the aforementioned ''Live at Hammersmith Odeon'') but whether any of the tracks recorded at Fresno, where Sabbath played 18 April 1982, made the final cut is unknown at present. Earthquakes are common, and large-scale ones occur around every 300 years. The Cascadia earthquake of 1700 (1700 Cascadia earthquake)—measuring over nine on the Richter scale (Richter magnitude scale)—caused a tsunami to sweep across California, Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia, reaching Japan the next day. It was produced when the entire Cascadia subduction zone, about


Derby

(band) Wolfsbane , upon their formation in 1984. The first album, ''Live Fast, Die Fast'', was released in 1989. Prior to this they had recorded three demos entitled ''Wolfsbane'' (1985), ''Dancin' Dirty'' (1987) and ''Wasted but Dangerous'' (1988). This last one, recorded at Square Dance Studios, Derby, U.K. (Derby), illustrates the band in its youngest, rawest state . They were the supporting act for Iron Maiden's UK division of their No Prayer

, you can travel north to Bedford, Wellingborough, Kettering, Leicester, Loughborough, Derby and Nottingham. Passengers can also travel south to St Albans, London, Wimbledon (Wimbledon, London), Sutton (Sutton, London), London Gatwick Airport and Brighton. Wolfsbane were formed in 1984 in Tamworth, England. They signed to Def American records, and Rick Rubin produced their first album, ''Live Fast, Die Fast'', released in 1989


Salem, Oregon

Black covered on the album ''Frank Black and the Catholics'' Norman and Thompson performed a duet on "Watch What You're Doing", which later appeared on Norman's album, ''Live at The Elsinore (Elsinore Theatre)''. S ''Saginaw (Saginaw, Oregon)'' - ''Saint Benedict (Saint Benedict, Oregon)'' - St. Helens, Oregon St. Helens


Burlington, Vermont

from Burlington, Vermont) on alto saxophone, Russell Remington on tenor saxophone, and Carl Gerhard on trumpet. This lineup can be heard on the album ''Live Phish Volume 19'', recorded live at the Colonial Theater in Keene, New Hampshire, on July 12, 1991. New Hampshire *None in state, however, The WB is offered from WLVI Boston, WPXT Portland (Portland, Maine), and WFFF-TV Burlington (Burlington, Vermont)- Plattsburgh, New York Plattsburgh


Nazareth

. VivaEmilyDavies (User:VivaEmilyDavies) 23:57, 8 Apr 2005 (UTC) Two early examples of a talk box being used on studio recordings are Sly and the Family Stone's "Sex Machine" from their album "Stand" and Al Kooper with Shuggie Otis' "One Room Country Shack" from their album "Kooper Session", both released in 1969. The band Steppenwolf has used the Talk Box since at least 1970. On the album ''Live Steppenwolf'', on the tracks "Hey Lawdy Mama" & "Twisted" the talk box is clearly heard. On the album "Hour of the Wolf", on the track "Someone Told A Lie", some of the lyrics are sung through a talk box. Also John Kay was observed using a talk box on stage at two shows in New Jersey (Wildwood & Cherry Hill) in 1971. The band Iron Butterfly used a talk box in the song "Butterfly Bleu" from the album ''Metamorphosis (Metamorphosis (Iron Butterfly album))'' in 1970. Alvin Lee used a talk box for the Ten Years After song "I Say Yeah" from the album "Watt" in 1970. Young-Holt Unlimited featured a talk box on their song "Wah-Wah Man" also released in 1970 on the album "Born Again". Stevie Wonder first used a talk box on his album ''Music of My Mind'' in early 1972. Jeff Beck used the Kustom Bag talk box on "She's A Woman" from his 1975 release ''Blow by Blow''. He can be seen using it for the song "She's a Woman" on a BBC television performance in which he also demonstrates its use to the host of the show. In 1975, Nazareth lead singer Dan McCafferty (Dan McCafferty (musician)) used a talk box in the popular single "Hair of the Dog (Hair of the Dog (song))". In 1975, Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry (Joe Perry (musician)) used a talk box in their highly popular single "Sweet Emotion". In 1976, Steely Dan guitarist Dean Parks used a talk box during a solo in Haitian Divorce, on the album The Royal Scam. It was also used in a solo section of "East St. Louis Toodle-Oo", on their 1974 album "Pretzel Logic". Pink Floyd has also used the talk box in "Pigs (Three Different Ones)" from 1977's ''Animals (Animals (Pink Floyd album))'' album, and in "Keep Talking" from 1994's ''The Division Bell''. The band Stillwater (Stillwater (band)) used a talkbox on their song "Mind Bender" in 1977. Roger Troutman, lead singer of the R&B group Zapp used the talk box on their first hit single in 1980 "More Bounce To The Ounce" and was used in subsequent released songs that gave the group its distinctive sound. Some Roman Catholics believe the icon to be a true copy of the painting that according to legend was painted from the life by Saint Luke using the meal table of the Holy Family in Nazareth, and in Eastern Orthodox tradition was often identified with the ''Hodegetria'' icon, Our Mother of Perpetual Help and consider it to be a miraculous imprint of the Blessed Virgin Mary both in the Latins (Latin Church) and Orthodox (Eastern Orthodox Church) communities. The icon is unique and renowned due to Mary looking towards the faithful, while pointing at her son, Jesus Christ who is frightened by the instruments of crucifixion and is depicted with a fallen sandal. The text describes a conflict at the very beginnings of Christianity about the nature of Jesus of Nazareth. Stephen appears on the scene and recounts Revelation (Book of Revelation) as a literal truth, to which the crowd declare blasphemy, and Caiaphas has him arrested and beaten. Style The text is written with strong poetic skill (notable even in translation), and includes a heavily cyclical presentation of themes. It is not a "gospel" in the sense of an account of the works of Jesus of Nazareth, but is better understood as a homily. The text is generally considered by scholars one of the best written texts in the whole Nag Hammadi collection, considering its worth highly as both a great literary work and a gnostic exegesis on several gospels, canonical and otherwise. Boring notes that ''where'' is the first word spoken aloud in the Gospel. ''Where'' will also be the first word spoken by Herod in Matthew 2:4. Throughout the early part of the gospel geography will be a central concern of Matthew's, covered in far greater detail that in the other gospels. One theory is that Matthew is writing an apologetic for why the messiah comes from the small and unknown town in Nazareth in Gentile dominated Galilee. Boring, Eugene "Gospel of Matthew." ''The New Interpreter's Bible, volume 8'' Abingdon, 1995 pg. 140 This is the only time in the chapter that Magi speak. Davies and Allison believe their general silence throughout the narrative helps maintain the travellers aura of mystery. Davies, W.D. and Dale C. Allison, Jr. ''A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Gospel According to Saint Matthew''. Edinburgh : T. & T. Clark, 1988-1997. The portion of Micah where this quote is found is clearly discussing the messiah and states that like King David the messiah's origin would be in Bethlehem. At the time it was not widely accepted that the messiah would necessarily be born in Bethlehem, just that his ancestors would have been. It was thus not considered essential for a messiah to be someone born in that town, but it was considered a reasonable locale for a messiah to originate. Far more reasonable than the peripheral and little known town of Nazareth in Galilee where Jesus grew up. That the Gospel of Luke does not mention this sojourn at all and rather has Jesus in the town of Nazareth within days of his birth. Nolland, John. ''The Gospel of Matthew: a commentary on the Greek text.'' Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 2005 pg. 109 This has inspired a number of attempts to reconcile the two gospels. At the time Egypt controlled Gaza, only a few miles from Bethlehem. Some evangelicals thus feel that the family merely made this brief, and unremarkable journey, and did not go to Egypt itself. However at the time Egypt generally referred to the Nile Valley and most readers would have interpreted the term much the same way modern readers would. If the author of Matthew was referring to Gaza he was creating something of a false impression. Bethlehem to the Nile Valley is about 150 miles, and the journey would have taken at least a week. France, R.T. "The Formula Quotations of Matthew 2 and the Problem of Communications." ''New Testament Studies.'' Vol. 27, 1981. pg. 79 Through marriage, he sealed the alliances with the Bedouin sheikhs and the prominent notables of Galilee. He encouraged Jewish families to settle in Tiberias around 1742. Moammar, Tawfiq (1990), ''Zahir Al Omar'', Al Hakim Printing Press, Nazareth, page 70 The newcomers helped him with the influence of their network in Damascus and Constantinople. Also, Daher maintained excellent relationships with the Greek Orthodox church in Nazareth and Acre which secured for him the sympathy and support of Russia. Daher understood early on the importance of a multi-confessional society as a means of prosperity and political support. Career Dana has toured in 46 of the 50 American states, around the East Coast of Australia and across Ireland, England, New Zealand, Mexico, Kazakhstan and Siberia. Dana performs at festivals ranging from Farm Aid with Willie Nelson and Neil Young to the Harley Davidson Festival in Sturgis, South Dakota where he shared the stage with Lynyrd Skynyrd, Steppenwolf (Steppenwolf (band)), Nazareth and Blue Oyster Cult. His policy of "I’ll play anywhere once" has landed Lyons gigs on a tropical island in the Great Barrier reef of Australia, an Irish Pub in Beijing and the Hanford Nuclear Waste Dump (Hanford Site) in his home state of Washington. Nazareth was a small village unmentioned in any writings before this time, though there is some archeological evidence that a village existed in the area at the time of Jesus.Matthew gives no specific reason for why the family moved to this town, and Luke has them originally from there. The town was near the Via Maris , the main road connecting to Egypt, and the route the family would have most likely been travelling. Harrington, Daniel J. ''The Gospel of Matthew.'' Liturgical Press, 1991 pg. 45 Clarke notes that Nazareth was just to the north of the larger centre of Sepphoris that had been largely destroyed in the violence after the death of Herod the Great. At this time it was being rebuilt by Herod Antipas, and Clarke speculates that this could have been a source of employment for a carpenter such as Joseph. Clarke, Howard W. ''The Gospel of Matthew and its Readers: A Historical Introduction to the First Gospel.'' Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2003. Jesus reenters the narrative for the first time since Matthew 2:23. In that verse he moves to Nazareth in Galilee. In this verse he returns from that region to Judea. A journey of about WikiPedia:Nazareth Dmoz:Regional Middle_East Israel Localities Nazareth commons:Nazareth


Dallas

Avenue, where he had an office. There, Clinton worked with future two-term mayor of Dallas (List of mayors of Dallas), Ron Kirk, future governor of Texas (List of Governors of Texas), Ann Richards, and then unknown television director (and future filmmaker), Steven Spielberg. Unhappy with the quality of 1980's ''Live at Last (Live at Last (Black Sabbath album))'', the band recorded another live album—titled ''Live Evil (Live Evil (Black Sabbath album))''—during the ''Mob Rules

. Background The sleeve states that ''Live Evil'' was recorded in Seattle, San Antonio and Dallas, but doesn't give the venues or recording dates for the individual songs. (Black Sabbath played Seattle on 23–24 April 1982, Dallas on 12 May, and San Antonio on 13 May 1982.) To further confuse matters, during a radio broadcast of his band Dio (Dio (band)), recorded live in 1983 in Fresno, CA, Ronnie James Dio says, "Just in case you didn't know, the album ''Live Evil'' that we Dio and drummer Vinny Appice did with Black Sabbath here last time was recorded at Fresno.' It is not unreasonable to assume that many of the shows were recorded with a view to the live album (see the aforementioned ''Live at Hammersmith Odeon'') but whether any of the tracks recorded at Fresno, where Sabbath played 18 April 1982, made the final cut is unknown at present. National Hockey League Relocations in the NHL have been unique in that most of the teams have changed their names after relocating, as opposed to keeping their identity with the old market. Only two NHL teams that relocated—both in the pre-Original Six era and in the modern era—kept their names: the Calgary Flames and the Dallas Stars. Although the Stars were previously known as the Minnesota North Stars, the team had begun to phase "North" out of the name two years before the move to Dallas as part of the "reverse merger" of the North Stars into the Minnesota Stars and the expansion San Jose Sharks (the California Golden Seals Cleveland Barons had "merged" with Minnesota organization). *'''1991''': The former Barons ownership splits off from the North Stars to return to the Bay Area with the expansion San Jose Sharks, comprising half the former North Stars' roster. *'''1993''': The Minnesota North Stars moved to Dallas and became the Stars (Dallas Stars); Minnesota was awarded an expansion team (Minnesota Wild) in Wikipedia:Dallas, Texas Dmoz:Regional North America United States Texas Localities D Dallas commons:Dallas, Texas


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