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Jacksonville, Florida

) bass voice, rather than a more conventional tenor, as the lead on many of their recordings, and this became their trademark style. Biography by Bruce Eder at Allmusic.com Their material was also more varied, including elements of pop (pop music), jazz, R&B, and gospel (gospel music) styles. Early life and career Allen was born in Jacksonville, Florida, and graduated


Jamaica

rapid-fire and aggressive. Their flow is often interwoven at a high-speed, melodic pace or slow, harmonic pace. They also tend to ride the beat that they're rapping over. Sometimes there are very few choruses separating their verses from one another. In the beginning, circa Faces of Death, Bone used a pseudo-Jamaican patois delivery with their trademark style, though they rarely do this now. Bone's subject matter has both spiritual and occult undertones (e.g., "Hell Sent", "Intro", "Mr. Ouija", "Mr. Ouija 2" and "Da Introduction"). At first, their subject matter was almost always exclusively about violence and smoking marijuana. Today, however, their subject matter includes other topics such as urban socio-political issues, their old friend and mentor Eazy-E and religion. Besides minor changes to subject matter and sound, their lyrical style, elocution, and overall methodology remain intact and have influenced many new artists today who have picked up this unique style. The '''todies''' are a family (family (biology)), '''Todidae''', of Caribbean birds in the order Coraciiformes, which also includes the kingfishers, bee-eaters and rollers. The family has one genus, '''''Todus'''''. These are small near passerine species of forests of the Greater Antilles: Puerto Rico, Jamaica, and Cuba with adjacent islands have one species each, and Hispaniola has two, the Broad-billed Tody in the lowlands (including GonĂ¢ve Island) and the Narrow-billed Tody in the highlands. commons:Jamaica


Hollywood

. Even though she continued to live in style, socializing continuously, her popularity as a society painter had diminished greatly. They traveled to Europe frequently to visit fashionable spas and so that the Baron could attend to Hungarian refugee work. For a while, she continued to paint in her trademark style, although her range of subject matter expanded to include still lifes, and even some abstracts. Yet eventually she adopted a new style, using palette knife instead of brushes. Her new work


Philadelphia


Boston

: www.ellisisland.org search matchMore.asp?FNM CAMILLE&LNM CLIFFORD&PLNM CLIFFORD&CGD F&first_kind 1&last_kind 1&town_kind 0&ship_kind 0&kind close&offset 0&dwpdone 1 work ellisisland.org title FREE Port of New York Passenger Records Search accessdate 2010-08-20 While only playing walk-on (wikt:walk-on), non-speaking roles, Clifford became famous nonetheless: not for her talent, but for her beauty. Her trademark style was a long, elegant gown wrapped around her tightly corseted, eighteen-inch wasp waist. On their first journey through the Wall of Light, they travel to Boston in 1775, to help Paul Revere and the Sons of Liberty spread the word that British Redcoats (Red coat (British army)) are on the march. Shadow has discovered seven gaps in the story of Paul Revere's midnight ride. If those gaps are not filled, the American Revolution may never be fought, and liberty as we know it will cease to exist. OriginalAirDate commons:Boston


Norway

: not for her talent, but for her beauty. Her trademark style was a long, elegant gown wrapped around her tightly corseted, eighteen-inch wasp waist. - 7 6 June 2001 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo, Norway Commons:Category:Norway Dmoz:Regional Europe Norway Wikipedia:Norway


United States

as well as his first concept album. It was released on September 18, 2001 to considerable critical acclaim. It is a concept album, painting a portrait of the day-to-day lives of the working class. It features production work from longtime Aesop Rock collaborator Blockhead (Blockhead (music)), including his trademark style of world folk samples. '''''Float''''' is American (United States) hip hop (Hip Hop Music) artist Aesop Rock's second full-length album, his first major


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