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Berlin

, Teitelbaum and Vandor using contact microphones on such "non-musical" objects as panes of glass and motor oil cans that was recorded at the Akademie der Kunste in Berlin. ''Liner Notes'' for Musica Elettronica Viva recording set ''MEV 40 (1967–2007)'' 80675-2 (4CDs) At the end of the sixties, they took part in the collective noise action called ''Lo Zoo'' initiated by the artist


Australia

, the grandson of founder Sir Leslie Hooker and was established in 1928. The group's second album, ''Home'' was released in June 1990. It was recorded sporadically during extensive touring; with sessions in Dublin, London, a rented house with a mobile recording (sound recording and reproduction) set-up in Carlow, Ireland, and one day of work with Daniel Lanois in New Orleans, while Bob Dylan was taking a break from his sessions with Lanois. The album did not have the overwhelming success of the first record, but it did reach #1 in Australia. The two singles from the album, "Give It Up" and "I Can See Clearly Now" (a cover version of the Johnny Nash song) reached #30 and 23 respectively in the UK Singles Chart. ''Songs From the Rain'' was released in March 1993. Though it received good reviews and achieved some chart (record chart) success in Australia and Ireland, worldwide sales were disappointing. In an attempt to boost record sales (and especially to break in to the United States charts), the record label and the band's management kept the group on the road almost continuously for the entire year. The band also participated in the Another Roadside Attraction (Another Roadside Attraction (festival)) tour in Canada that year, and collaborated with The Tragically Hip, Crash Vegas, Midnight Oil and Daniel Lanois on the one-off single "Land (Land (song))" to protest forest clearcutting in British Columbia. *Marianne Fannin (Mrs Roberts) (1848–1938), born in South Africa *Robert David FitzGerald (Robert D. FitzGerald) (1830–1892) (Australia), see Irish plant collectors *Kathleen Fox (1880–1963) Tourism is one of the main industries in Sri Lanka. Major tourist attractions are focused around the island's famous beaches located in the southern (Southern Province, Sri Lanka) and eastern (Eastern Province, Sri Lanka) parts of the country, ancient heritage sites located in the interior of the country and lush green resorts located in the mountainous regions of the country. Sri Lanka tourism revives slowly, ''International Herald Tribune'' Commons:Category:Australia Wikipedia:Australia Dmoz:Regional Oceania Australia


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