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Skid Row, Los Angeles

Movie Database The musical ''Little Shop of Horrors (Little Shop of Horrors (musical))'' is set here and has an eponymous title song "Skid Row (Downtown)", though its movie adaptation is set in New York City. Notable residents !-- If at all possible, please only include blue-linked people in here


Coconut Grove

with the title song on his second solo album, ''Thunder Island'', which peaked at #9 in the US, and another hit with "Shakedown Cruise" from his last Asylum album, ''Real Life Ain't This Way''. After his recording contract for Asylum was completed, Ferguson changed record labels, and recorded two more solo albums for Capitol Records. type Private location Coconut Grove, Miami, Florida, United States coords '''The Kampong''' is an 11-acre (45,000 m


Fustat

Fustat Today, little remains of the grandeur of the old city. The three capitals, Fustat, Al-Askar and Al-Qatta'i were absorbed into the growing city of Cairo. Some of the old buildings remain visible in the region known as "Old Cairo", but much of the rest has fallen into disrepair, overgrown with weeds or used as garbage dumps. as, years later, were her two brothers, Fuad and Farid al-Atrash, Classical Arabic Music Website in the Fustat plain (Fustat) in Cairo, which she and brother Farid, along with Egyptian crooner Abdel Halim Hafez, Baraka, Mohamed. Al-Ahram Newspaper Article. Issue No. 943, 16 - 22 April 2009. had restored to some of its former glory. El Kadi, Galila and Alain Bonnamy (2007) Architecture for the dead. American University in Cairo Press. p. 96


Haiphong

) featured a 23-minute title song which took up all of the B-side (A-side and B-side) of the album. Half spoken word poem and half tape-recorded sounds, the song documented Baez's visit to Hanoi, North Vietnam, in December 1972, during which she and her traveling companions survived the 11-day long Christmas Bombings campaign over Hanoi and Haiphong. Democracy Now, December 26, 2002 (audio). Interview with Joan Baez


Western Xia

John Man (author) title Genghis Khan: Life, Death, and Resurrection year 2004 publisher St. Martin's Press location New York City isbn 9780312366247 url http: books.google.com books?id OXTv9a0HZakC&printsec frontcover&vq death#v onepage&q&f false page 133 After their defeat in 1210, Western Xia attacked the Jin dynasty as punishment for their refusal to aid them against the Mongols.


Changsha

overall in the 2005 contest, worked in Los Angeles in 2006 to help with production of the title song for Japanese anime series ''The Galaxy Railways''. On March 15, 2007, Japanese recording group Hello! Project


Ramallah

middle_east 4176759.stm (BBC) ** Dozens of Palestinian election officials resigned, alleging irregularities and intimidation in Sunday's Presidential election (Palestinian presidential election, 2005). (BBC) Some of Arad's music is political. In July 2005 Arad released "I Vanunu" with Chenard Walcker (Freesamplezone, Paris), named after the atom prisoner Mordechai Vanunu. The videoclip to the title song was shot in Ramallah


Tulsa, Oklahoma

and several others also starred in Coppola's related film, ''Rumble Fish'', which was also based on a S. E. Hinton novel and filmed at the same time as ''The Outsiders'' on-location in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Carmine Coppola wrote and edited the musical score, including the title song "Stay Gold", which was based upon a famous Robert Frost poem and performed for the movie by Stevie Wonder. The film was a moderate box-office success, drawing a revenue of $25 million ref>

-Dat'') in 1982 —which contained mostly novelty songs. Then with the release of the live album ''Sunday's On The Way'' in 1983, began a string of CCM chart successes beginning with the title song. As he continued


Cape Verde

)'' ''Western Sahara'' '''''Song for My Father''''' is a 1965 album by The Horace Silver Quintet, released on the Blue Note (Blue Note Records) label in 1965. The album was inspired by a trip that Silver had made to Brazil. The cover artwork features a photograph of Silver's father, John Tavares Silva, to whom the title song was dedicated. "My mother was of Irish and Negro descent, my father of Portuguese origin", Silver recalls in the liner notes, "He was born on the island


Turku

was born in Turku, Finland. He became known from the 1960s underground movement, deriving inspiration from popular culture, pop music and comics. He provided some lyrics for the band Suomen Talvisota 1939-1940, and for popular singer Rauli Badding Somerjoki he wrote such song lyrics as 'Bensaa suonissa', 'Hymyile Miss Universum' and 'Pilvet karkaa, niin minäkin' (the latter being the title song of Aki Kaurismäki's film ''Drifting Clouds''). Jarkko Laine was the editorial


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