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Tel Aviv

by Tchaikovsky (under the direction of Antal Dorati, with the London Symphony Orchestra) and Mendelssohn (with Leonard Bernstein and the New York Philharmonic) launched a successful recording career that continues to the present day and boasts over 110 releases. Tel Aviv In April 2011, Tel Aviv municipality launched Tel-O-Fun, a bicycle sharing system, in which 150 stations of bicycles for rent were installed within the city limits. - 1978 – After '''hijacking a bus (Coastal Road massacre)''' north of Tel Aviv, members of Palestine Liberation Organization faction Fatah engaged in a shootout with the Israel Police, resulting in the deaths of 38 civilians and most of the perpetrators. disputed Today most of Cochin's Jews have emigrated. Most of them went to Israel (made aliyah), where large groups went to the moshavs (agricultural settlements) of Nevatim and Shahar (Shahar, Israel) in the Negev (southern desert), of Yuval in the North, and of Mesilat Zion between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. Others have settled in the neighborhood of Katamon in Jerusalem, in Beer Sheva, Dimona and Yeruham. Commons:Category:Tel Aviv Wikipedia:Tel Aviv Dmoz:Regional Middle East Israel Localities Tel Aviv


Buenos Aires

right 200px (Image:Adióspampamía.jpg) '''Alberto Castillo''' (December 7, 1914 – July 23, 2002) was a prominent Argentine (Argentina) tango (Tango music) singer and actor. He was born '''Alberto Salvador De Luca''' in the Mataderos district of Buenos Aires, the son of Italian immigrants Salvatore De Luca and Lucia De Paola (from Teggiano, near Salerno). Castillo made his professional debut in the 1930s and began a successful recording career in 1941; his first hit was his cover of the Alfredo Pelala tune “Recuerdo”. Early life Gaon was born in the Beit Hakerem (Beit HaKerem, Jerusalem) section of Jerusalem in 1939. His father, Moshe-David Gaon, a well-known historian, was born in Sarajevo in 1889, and immigrated to British mandate Palestine, SephardicStudies.org. where members of his family had lived for five generations. Kraft, Dina, "Benjamin Gaon, who aided Arab-Israel trade, dies at 73," The New York Times, May 15, 2008. He was a school master and Hebrew teacher in areas that included Jerusalem, Buenos Aires, and Izmir, Turkey. He was also a poet and a scholar of Ladino (Judaeo-Spanish). In Turkey, he met and married Sara Hakim, Commons:Category:Buenos Aires Wikipedia:Buenos Aires Dmoz:Regional South America Argentina Provinces Buenos Aires City


Hollywood

As a perfectionist, Wonder spent long hours in the studio for almost every track he recorded. He was "not eating or sleeping, while everyone around him struggled to keep up". According to himself, "If my flow is goin', I keep on until I peak". Released March 13, 1992 Recorded May 1991 at Westbeach Recorders, Hollywood, California Genre Punk rock Early career Freleng was born in Kansas City, Missouri, where he began his career in animation at United Film Ad Service. There, he made the acquaintance of fellow animators Hugh Harman and Ub Iwerks. In 1923, Iwerks' friend Walt Disney moved to Hollywood and put out a call for his Kansas City colleagues to join him. Freleng, however, held out until 1927, when he finally moved to California and joined the Disney studio (Walt Disney Productions). He worked alongside other former Kansas City animators, including Iwerks, Harman, Carmen Maxwell, and Rudolph Ising. While at Disney, Freleng worked on the Alice Comedies and Oswald the Lucky Rabbit cartoons for producers Margaret Winkler and Charles Mintz. Released September 8, 1988 Recorded April 1988 at Westbeach Recorders, Hollywood, California Genre Punk rock '''Robert Emerson "Bob" Clampett''' (May 8, 1913 – May 2, 1984) was an American animator, producer (film producer), director (film director), and puppeteer best known for his work on the ''Looney Tunes'' animated series from Warner Bros., and the television shows ''Time for Beany'' and ''Beany and Cecil''. Clampett was born and raised not far from Hollywood, and early on expressed an interest in animation and puppetry. After leaving high school a few months shy of graduating in 1931, Clampett joined the team at Harman-Ising Productions and began working on the studio's newest short subjects, titled ''Looney Tunes'' and ''Merrie Melodies''. Early life


Liverpool

things for the collector, such as stands to create a stadium, cups, crowds, police figures and much more. thumb left 230px Shankly Gates (Image:Shankly Gates.jpg) In the United Kingdom, the song's most successful recording was released in 1963 by the Liverpudlian (Liverpool) Merseybeat (Beat music) group Gerry and the Pacemakers (peaking at number one in the singles chart for four consecutive weeks). The museum also has a changing exhibits gallery. A 2009 exhibit ''Ship of Fate


Argentina

professional debut in the 1930s and began a successful recording career in 1941; his first hit was his cover of the Alfredo Pelala tune “Recuerdo”. Commons:Category:Argentina Wikipedia:Argentina Dmoz:Regional South America Argentina


United States

;. His most successful recording was "C.C. Rider", which topped the US (United States) ''Billboard (Billboard (magazine))'' R&B (Hot R&B Hip-Hop Songs) chart (record chart) in 1957 and also crossed over and sold well in the pop (pop music) market. "C.C. Rider" was a remake of a twelve-bar blues, performed by Ma Rainey in Atlanta before Willis was born. Its relaxed beat, combined with a mellow vibraphone

a successful recording career that continues to the present day and boasts over 110 releases. thumb left HMS ''Sheffield'' at HMNB Devonport Navy day, 1999. (File:sheffield991.jpg) May 2000 saw ''Sheffield'' deployed on an eight week deployment into the Baltic Sea, which included a two week BALTOPS 2000 (BALTOPS) - France, Germany, Sweden, Denmark, United States, Poland, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia and the Netherlands all contributed ships

and five other acts. By this time, the distributors of Vocalion Records, the Sterchi Brothers Furniture Company (James G. Sterchi#Sterchi_Brothers), had begun to notice Macon and they realised his potential as a successful recording artist. On July 8, 1924, Macon and Harkreader cut their first recordings for Vocalion in New York. Malone, p. 44. In this first session which was extended over several days they recorded eighteen songs altogether


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