Places Known For

dance track


Bakersfield, California

-DT2 backronym for '''B'''akers'''F'''ield's '''WB''' - style "vertical-align: top; text-align: left;" Recording history The band's first single was an original dance track by guitarist Brown called "Give Me One More Chance", and was released in the spring of 1968. It got heavy play on stations in upper New York state and upper Pennsylvania, and was a top 40 hit in several East Coast markets and also in Phoenix, Arizona and Bakersfield, California. ref


Jamaica

the dance track "Baby Do You Wanna Bump" in December 1974. Farian sang the repeated line "Do you do you wanna bump?" in a deep voice (entirely studio created) as well as performing the high falsetto chorus. When the record was released as a single, it was credited to "Boney M.", a pseudonym Farian had created for himself after watching the Australian detective show ''Boney (Boney (TV series))''. After a slow start, the song became a hit in the Netherlands

-songwriter Frank Farian (real name Franz) recorded the dance track "Baby Do You Wanna Bump" in December 1974. Farian sang the repeated line "Do you do you wanna bump?" in a deep voice (entirely studio created) as well as performing the high falsetto chorus. When the record was released as a single, it was credited to "Boney M.", a pseudonym Farian had created for himself after watching the Australian detective show ''Boney (Boney (TV series))''. After a slow


Phoenix, Arizona

to Los Angeles, California to further his music career. In 1993, he formed Caroline's Spine with college friend Mark Haugh - the band's name being a reference to a character in a story Newquist wrote about a comatose girl whose doctor nonchalantly inquires, "How's Caroline's spine today?" Recording history The band's first single was an original dance track by guitarist Brown called "Give Me One More Chance", and was released in the spring of 1968. It got heavy play


Kansas City, Missouri

: www.omaha.com index.php?u_page 2798&u_sid 10158365 "Skeptics of stadium look for return on funding" , ''Omaha World-Herald''. October 15. Retrieved 5 2 08. Goss and Associates. (2007) p. 11. In late 2000, Kansas City (Kansas City, Missouri) computer programmer and part-time DJ Jeffrey Ray Roberts of the Gabber band The Laziest Men on Mars made a techno dance track, "Invasion of the Gabber Robots", which remixed some


West Germany

; is a funk-influenced dance (dance music) track with a memorable bassline and ambiguous, drug- and or sex-themed lyrics ("white horse" being slang for heroin) that became popular in US club (Nightclub)s. After the song was re-released as an A-side on both 7-inch and 12-inch (12-inch single) vinyl (Gramophone record), it went on to spend three weeks at number one on ''Billboard (Billboard (magazine))'' 's National Disco Action (Hot Dance Club Songs) charts; it was also a crossover (Crossover (music)) success, reaching the top five on the Hot Black Singles (Hot R&B Hip-Hop Songs) chart while peaking at number 26 on the Billboard Hot 100 in early 1984. Its relatively poor performance on the Hot 100 is most likely due to the track's controversial lyrics (including the word "bitch (bitch (insult))"), which prevented it from receiving radio airplay in much of the country. In 1988, the English (English people) group New Order (with whom Laid Back admire each other Chronik 30 Jahre – History of Post SV Berlin Rugby, accessed: 11 April 2010 - ''Flight of the Eagle'' ''Ingenjör Andées luftfärd (:sv:Ingenjör Andrées luftfärd (film))'' 1982 Jan Troell Sweden, West Germany, Norway ''Ingenjör Andées luftfärd'' Per Olof Sundman 1967 Novel - First documented in the 13th century, Berlin became the capital of the Kingdom of Prussia (w:Kingdom of Prussia) (1701–1918), the German Empire (w:German Empire) (1871–1918), the Weimar Republic (w:Weimar Republic) (1919–33) and the Third Reich (w:Third Reich) (1933–45). Berlin in the 1920s (w:1920s Berlin) was the third largest municipality in the world. After World War II, the city, along with the German state, was divided - into East Berlin (w:East Berlin) — capital of the German Democratic Republic (w:German Democratic Republic), colloquially identified in English as East Germany — and West Berlin (w:West Berlin), a political exclave (w:exclave) (surrounded by the Berlin Wall (w:Berlin Wall) from 1961 to 1989) and a ''de facto'' (although not ''de jure'' (w:Allied Control Council)) state of the Federal Republic of Germany (w:Federal Republic of Germany), known colloquially in English as West Germany (w:West Germany) from 1949 to 1990. Following German reunification (w:German reunification) in 1990, the city was once more designated as the capital of all Germany. NATO (w:NATO) has been present in Germany since the end of World War II and its presence played an important role in the Cold War, when Germany was split into West Germany (w:West Germany) and East Germany (w:East Germany). The 27,000-pages of documents released on Tuesday reveal that while the United States (w:United States) and West Germany (w:West Germany) knew the location of Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann (w:Adolf Eichmann) two years before his capture, the fact was kept secret. The documents were declassified as part of the Nazi War Criminals Disclosure Act (w:Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Records Interagency Working Group) of 1998.


Buenos Aires

. In 1945, Berni painted one of 12 frescos on the cupola of Edifício Pacífico in Florida Street, Buenos Aires. Today the building houses the shopping arcade Galerías Pacífico where his work is still visible after 4 more frescos were added in 1990. A dance version of the song, mixed with fragments of the dance track "Feels Like Home" by Meck (Meck (musician)), was performed in the 2008–09 Sticky & Sweet Tour as part of the rave segment. Madonna's line "


Netherlands

heroes like Run DMC, and Eric B & Rakim. He wrote his first rap song in 1988. He moved back to the place where his mother was born, Amsterdam, in the early 90s. 2002 In 2002, Brainpower released his second album 'Verschil Moet Er Zijn' . 'Dansplaat' ("Dance Track")was the first single to be released, and it swiftly topped the charts in both the Netherlands and Belgium. The single broke ALL records, debuting at #1 on many charts. In the same year, Brainpower won two Dutch Awards (TMF Awards for Best NL Hip Hop Act & Silver Harp for most promising Artist) and also an MTV Award for best Dutch act. He is the only solo MC out of the Benelux ever to win such accolades. Brainpower continues to push the envelope for Dutch and Belgian Hip Hop and has even collaborated with Hip Hop Legend Nas. Interviews paint a picture of rather well-behaved musicians; they kept living with their parents until their debut album and ensuing tour had earned them enough money to each buy their own homes in Copenhagen. The closest they ever came to typical rock star misbehavior was a backstage food fight in Aalborg with Inside the Whale, and thrashing a disappointing hotel room in Germany at a time they felt depressed and homesick. The band members rehearsed 3–4 times a week but also received choreography lessons since at that time they considered themselves "an incredibly boring band to watch," in terms of performance. They were the support act of the Spin Doctors on their October November 1994 tour (Concert tour) through Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, and Switzerland. Facebook (2010). "Tim Christensen: Info". Retrieved on 12 November 2010. before playing three sold-out shows in the Japanese cities Sapporo, Osaka and Tokyo. The performance in Osaka on 16 July 1995 was recorded and released as Japan-only CD as ''One guitar, one bass and a drummer, that's really all it takes — Live in Japan''. Spirit of Metal Magazine (2010). "Live in Japan (Live) - Dizzy Mizz Lizzy". Retrieved on 22 October 2010. Dizzy Mizz Lizzy performed for four consecutive years at the Roskilde Festival, from 1993 through to 1996. The 1994 performance was on frontman Christensen's 20th birthday, when sales of their debut album had just crossed the 50,000 mark. In 2003, Christensen considered that particular performance a special highlight in his career. Dizzy Mizz Lizzy won the 1995 Danish Grammys (Danish Music Awards) for "Danish group of the year", "Danish newcomer of the year", "Danish rock album of the year", and the "People's choice award" which included a fee of 25,000 kr (about € 3,350) to help cover travel expenses. In the time leading up to the release of the band's sophomore album, it was speculated the band would be changing their name to "Dizzy". Although this abbreviation is in widespread use among both band members and fans, it was never considered by the band to use it as an official name. thumb Green Lizard in 2008 (File:Green Lizard, band.jpg) '''Green Lizard''' is a band from Tilburg, Netherlands that plays rock and roll, with influences from grunge, punk (Punk rock), hardrock and metal. with bands like Faith No More and Skunk Anansie). The videoclip for the first single from this album, ''Turn Around'', won the Golden Cow Award for the animation, made by singer Remi. That same year they played the festival Pinkpop (Pinkpop (musicfestival)) festival, when Moloko couldn’t make it. In 2001 (2001 in music) they played the festival again and live recordings were made for a small live EP, which would be released as a separate disc (only at gigs) and as a bonus disc which accompanied the rerelease of ''Identity''. The second single is ''Autumn''. The videoclip mocks (boy)bands fabricated by recordlabels. Guesting in the clip are various members of Dutch bands and standup comedy. In 2001 the band received the Silver Harp Award for ''Identity''. The song ''Down'' was re-recorded. The new version of the song, called ''Down 2K1'', featured Dutch (Netherlands) rapper Brainpower and DJ TLM, and was released as the third single. In January 2006, Green Lizard released their third full length album, called ''Las Armas Del Silencio''. The album was recorded in various places in the Netherlands and was mixed by Clif Norrell in Los Angeles. The album was released by I Scream Records (home of bands like Agnostic Front and Backfire!). The first single, ''One Minute'', was released before the album and is a split EP with the Belgian Punk band Janez Dedt. Both contribute two songs (the other Green Lizard song being ''All You Have''). On May 5 the album was released in Europe and in 2007 (2007 in music) the record will be released in the United States. From July the band will be represented by the TKO Agency, which represents bands like Motörhead, Ministry (Ministry (band)) and Life of Agony. This means the band will do shows all around the world, the first of which being the festival Sziget (Sziget (musickfestival)) festival. Green Lizard will release a split single with The Gathering (The Gathering (band)) with their single ''Walk Over Water'' especially for this festival. The Limes Germanicus was divided into: *The '''Lower Germanic Limes''', which extended from the North Sea at Katwijk in the Netherlands along the then main Lower Rhine branches (modern Oude Rijn (Oude Rijn (Utrecht and South Holland)), Leidse Rijn, Kromme Rijn, Nederrijn) *The '''Upper Germanic Limes''' started from the Rhine at Rheinbrohl (Neuwied (district)) across the Taunus mountains to the river Main (Main (river)) (East of Hanau), then along the Main to Miltenberg, and from Osterburken (Neckar-Odenwald-Kreis) south to Lorch (Lorch (Württemberg)) (Ostalbkreis) in a nearly perfect straight line of more than 70 km; Career at Unilever Tabaksblat joined Unilever in 1964. During the first twenty years of his career at Unilever he had positions in marketing and sales in the Netherlands, Spain and Brazil. In 1984 he joined the boards of Unilever NV and Unilever PLC. He was responsible for marketing and the product group 'personal products'. Later he worked in New York as regional director for North America. In 1994 he became chairman of the board of directors. Football was introduced to Argentina in the latter half of the 19th century by the British immigrants (English settlement in Argentina) in Buenos Aires. The first Argentine league was contested in 1891, making it the third oldest league (after Great Britain and the Netherlands). Argentina 1891 at rsssf The Argentine Football Association (AFA) was formed in 1893 and is the eighth oldest in the world. Braun was also a member of the silver medal German medley relay team. He ran the final 800 metres of the 1600 metre race, following Arthur Hoffmann (Arthur Hoffmann (athlete)), Hans Eicke, and Otto Trieloff. The team had an easy time defeating the Dutch (Netherlands) squad in the first round, finishing in a time of 3:43.2. The final was a more difficult race, however, and the Germans never had a chance of catching the Americans. The first three runners found themselves in third place, and Braun began his leg five yards behind the Hungarian (Hungary) runner. He was able to catch up and pass Ödön Bodor, however, giving the Germans a second-place victory of a tenth of a second at 3:32.4. In 1999, following Pokhran-II, then Defence Minister (Defence Minister of India) George Fernandes approved ''Project Seabird'' to pursue the construction of the new naval base at Karwar. Larsen & Toubro was the lead contractor for the marine works on the harbour, in partnership with Hochtief and Ballast Nadem Dredging of the Netherlands. Over 5 km of breakwater (breakwater (structure)) were constructed to protect the harbour. Commons:Category:Netherlands Dmoz:Regional Europe Netherlands Wikipedia:Netherlands


Australia

, peaking at number thirty-nine on the Billboard Dance Club Play Chart in 1994. "Confide in Me" won three ARIA Music Awards in Australia for Best Selling Australian Single, Best Video and Best Selling Australian Dance Track in 1994. The song also placed seventh for Best Single and third for Best Video at the 1994 Smash Hits Awards. Chart performance In Australia, the single peaked at number one and remained on top of the singles chart for five weeks, becoming

, Australia, United Kingdom, and the Netherlands and the top forty elsewhere in countries like Germany, New Zealand, Ireland, France, and Belgium. The song remains Mýa's biggest success to date. "Free (Free (Mýa song))", the third and final single from the album was a disco-funk dance (Dance music) track helmed by legendary producers Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis. The song was originally featured on the soundtrack to Jamie Foxx's movie ''Bait (Bait (2000 film))'' before being added to the re-release of ''Fear of Flying''. On the charts however, the track underperformed in the United States but became a success internationally reaching the top twenty and five in United Kingdom and Australia. Fourth track "Pussycats" is a nursery rhyme-influenced song produced by Wyclef Jean and Jerry Duplessis. Again & Again is the album's fifth track. The song was produced by Swedish (Swedish people) duo Bag & Arnthor with additional production from Damon Elliott and Mýa herself. It incorporates elements of rock music. The She'kspere-produced "How You Gonna Tell Me" is the album's sixth track. Written by Kevin Briggs, Kandi Burruss and Mýa; the song itself tells the story of how people do not practice what they preach. "Grandma Says" is the album's seventh track and first skit (sketch comedy) of one. The skit (sketch comedy) is produced by Chucky Thompson and features comedian Chris Thomas as Mýa's grandma. Track eight, "Takin Me Over", was produced by R&B soul (Soul music) singer Robin Thicke and features Lefteye of TLC (TLC (band)). "The Best of Me (The Best of Me (Mýa song))", the album's leading single was produced by Swizz Beatz. The song itself tells the story of about not letting the heat of the moment get to you, whether you are in a relationship or not. The single underperformed, reaching number fifty in the United States on the ''Billboard Hot 100''. "Lie Detector", another Wyclef Jean and Jerry Duplessis-produced track and the tenth song on the album incorporates elements of reggae music. "Fear of Flying", the album's first ballad and eleventh track was produced by Jerome "Knobody" Foster and written by Teron Beal and Derrick Thompson. The song itself tells the story of a relationship being compared to likes of a person's fear to fly unaware of the possible outcomes. "Fear of Flying" is the album's twelfth track and an interlude (Break (music)). The interlude is produced by Chucky Thompson and features Mya reciting poetry. "Now or Never" is a mid-tempo track produced by soul singer Robin Thicke and incorporates elements of 1970s soul music. "Man In My Life", the album's second ballad and fourteenth track. The song is a remake of Michael Jackson's "Lady In My Life" off his 1982's biggest-selling album ''Thriller (Thriller (album))''. "Can't Believe" is the album's third ballad and fifteenth track. The track was produced by Soulshock & Karlin and written by Anthem. The Rodney Jerkins-produced "That's Why I Wanna Fight" is the album's sixteenth track. Written by Rodney Jerkins, Lashawn Daniels, and Fred Jerkins; the song was considered a single at one point by Mýa's record label Interscope. "Ride & Shake" is a bouncy uptempo song and the album's seventeenth track. The song was produced by Anthony Dent and written by Tamara Savage. "Get Over" is an outro and the album's final track. It was produced by Chucky Thompson and features Mýa singing and saying her thank yous. Musical Content Introduced by the words of Mýa telling her listeners to Turn It Up, ''Fear of Flying'' opens with second single "Case of the Ex". One of many uptempo recordings on the album, the lyrics were inspired by Tricky Stewart's writing partner Traci Hale and produced by Tricky Stewart. The song itself tells the story of an ex lover who will not go away. Commons:Category:Australia Wikipedia:Australia Dmoz:Regional Oceania Australia


Italy

Records in 1968. Another version was recorded in the 1960s by country music legend Hank Snow. Another French (France) singer, Patricia Kaas used "Lili Marlene" as an intro (Introduction (music)) for her song "D'Allemagne" and sang the entire song during concerts in the 1990s. Matia Bazar (Italy) recorded an uptempo beat song called Lili Marleen on her 1982 album ''Berlino, Parigi, Londra''. The song is a "spoken words" very early 1980s dance track. Spain

included on the band's second album, ''Keep Smiling'', in 1983, and went on to become a number-one single in Italy, West Germany, and nineteen other countries around the world. In the US (United States), however, it was the single's B-side (A-side and B-side) that became the band's only big hit. "White Horse (White Horse (Laid Back song))" is a funk-influenced dance (dance music) track with a memorable bassline and ambiguous, drug- and or sex-themed lyrics ("white horse" being slang for heroin) that became popular in US club (Nightclub)s. After the song was re-released as an A-side on both 7-inch and 12-inch (12-inch single) vinyl (Gramophone record), it went on to spend three weeks at number one on ''Billboard (Billboard (magazine))'' 's National Disco Action (Hot Dance Club Songs) charts; it was also a crossover (Crossover (music)) success, reaching the top five on the Hot Black Singles (Hot R&B Hip-Hop Songs) chart while peaking at number 26 on the Billboard Hot 100 in early 1984. Its relatively poor performance on the Hot 100 is most likely due to the track's controversial lyrics (including the word "bitch (bitch (insult))"), which prevented it from receiving radio airplay in much of the country. In 1988, the English (English people) group New Order (with whom Laid Back admire each other


New Zealand

from the album was a disco-funk dance (Dance music) track helmed by legendary producers Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis. The song was originally featured on the soundtrack to Jamie Foxx's movie ''Bait (Bait (2000 film))'' before being added to the re-release of ''Fear of Flying''. On the charts however, the track underperformed in the United States but became a success internationally reaching the top twenty and five in United Kingdom and Australia. Fourth track "Pussycats" is a nursery rhyme-influenced song produced by Wyclef Jean and Jerry Duplessis. Again & Again is the album's fifth track. The song was produced by Swedish (Swedish people) duo Bag & Arnthor with additional production from Damon Elliott and Mýa herself. It incorporates elements of rock music. The She'kspere-produced "How You Gonna Tell Me" is the album's sixth track. Written by Kevin Briggs, Kandi Burruss and Mýa; the song itself tells the story of how people do not practice what they preach. "Grandma Says" is the album's seventh track and first skit (sketch comedy) of one. The skit (sketch comedy) is produced by Chucky Thompson and features comedian Chris Thomas as Mýa's grandma. Track eight, "Takin Me Over", was produced by R&B soul (Soul music) singer Robin Thicke and features Lefteye of TLC (TLC (band)). "The Best of Me (The Best of Me (Mýa song))", the album's leading single was produced by Swizz Beatz. The song itself tells the story of about not letting the heat of the moment get to you, whether you are in a relationship or not. The single underperformed, reaching number fifty in the United States on the ''Billboard Hot 100''. "Lie Detector", another Wyclef Jean and Jerry Duplessis-produced track and the tenth song on the album incorporates elements of reggae music. "Fear of Flying", the album's first ballad and eleventh track was produced by Jerome "Knobody" Foster and written by Teron Beal and Derrick Thompson. The song itself tells the story of a relationship being compared to likes of a person's fear to fly unaware of the possible outcomes. "Fear of Flying" is the album's twelfth track and an interlude (Break (music)). The interlude is produced by Chucky Thompson and features Mya reciting poetry. "Now or Never" is a mid-tempo track produced by soul singer Robin Thicke and incorporates elements of 1970s soul music. "Man In My Life", the album's second ballad and fourteenth track. The song is a remake of Michael Jackson's "Lady In My Life" off his 1982's biggest-selling album ''Thriller (Thriller (album))''. "Can't Believe" is the album's third ballad and fifteenth track. The track was produced by Soulshock & Karlin and written by Anthem. The Rodney Jerkins-produced "That's Why I Wanna Fight" is the album's sixteenth track. Written by Rodney Jerkins, Lashawn Daniels, and Fred Jerkins; the song was considered a single at one point by Mýa's record label Interscope. "Ride & Shake" is a bouncy uptempo song and the album's seventeenth track. The song was produced by Anthony Dent and written by Tamara Savage. "Get Over" is an outro and the album's final track. It was produced by Chucky Thompson and features Mýa singing and saying her thank yous. Commercial performance ''Fear of Flying'' debuted at number fifteen on the ''Billboard 200'' album chart and Billboard's ''Top R&B Hip-Hop Albums'' chart at number seven with first-week sales of 72,000 units sold. The album was certified platinum by the RIAA on March 28, 2001 and remained on ''Billboard'' 200 album chart for 52 consecutive weeks. Fear of Flying has sold 1.2 million copies in the United States alone, according to Nielsen SoundScan. Wikipedia:New Zealand Commons:Category:New Zealand Dmoz:Regional Oceania New Zealand


Copyright (C) 2015-2017 PlacesKnownFor.com
Last modified: Tue Oct 10 05:56:30 EDT 2017