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sold and moved to another frequency in Indianapolis.) Another example is WMVX Cleveland, OH, which ended a 1½-month all-Christmas music period on December 26, 2010, only to end their long-running Hot AC format with a deliberate wide selection of music (from country to classical to TV and movie theme (Theme music)s), emerging with a new adult hits format as WHLK ("106.5 The Lake") on January 3, 2011. *Some stations have aired Christmas music as a novelty-style stunt


loosely based on Nichols' career. Nichols played his own cornet parts for the film, but did not appear on screen. The Paramount movie received four Academy Award nominations. "The Five Pennies" movie theme song was composed by Sylvia Fine, the wife of Danny Kaye. Nichols also made a cameo appearance in the biopic ''The Gene Krupa Story'' in 1959. For a period after early success in ''The Saint,'' Moore lived in Royal Tunbridge Wells and then moved to Surrey before relocating to Hollywood. In the 1960s he lived at Gordon Avenue, Stanmore within reach of the Elstree Studios and in the 1970s in Denham, close to Pinewood. During filming of ''The Spy Who Loved Me'', "villain" Curt Jürgens made the offer to Moore to spend some time at his home in Gstaad, Switzerland, which Moore enjoyed having taken up skiing. When he married Kiki Tholstrup, he set up a routine of spending winters in Crans-Montana, Valais (Switzerland) and summers at his apartment in Monaco. After 15 years in Gstaad, he now resides in the winter at his chalet in Crans-Montana, Valais.


title ミスチル、映画『どろろ』主題歌で26作連続1位! trans_title Mr.Children 'Dororo' movie theme song and consecutive 26 works at #1! work Oricon Style publisher Oricon accessdate 2007-07-06 language Japanese Shortly after, the 13th original album, ''Home (Home (Mr. Children album))'' was released on March 14, which would become the group's first in almost 13 years to chart at No. 1 for two consecutive weeks. zh:日本 Commons:Category:Japan Wikipedia:Japan Dmoz:Regional Asia Japan

United States

Robert "Danny" Elfman''' (born May 29, 1953) is an American (United States) composer, best known for scoring music for television and film and creating ''The Simpsons'' main title theme (The Simpsons Theme) as well as the 1989 Batman movie (Batman (1989 film)) theme. He was the lead singer and songwriter for the rock band Oingo Boingo, from 1976 to 1995. He has scored the majority of the films for his long-time friend Tim Burton. File:David Hayes Agnew.jpg thumb

rock hits (Chart-topper). Another 1927 movie theme song, "Diane", penned by the same songwriters as "Charmaine", Erno Rapee and Lew Pollack, and arranged in the same Nashville-like manner, but produced by Michael Barclay, was released in 1964 and gave the group their first Number one (Chart-topper) in the UK Singles Chart, as well as an American (United States) breakthrough at number ten. Appointed to the United States United States Naval Academy

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