Several of the designs featured in this assortment began as large mosaics and window vinyls. She has used several of the same elements for surface decoration on ceramic tableware and items for the home. Brandis’s detailed floral images come from photographs and drawings of plants in her very own garden. The enlarged verdure of her bespoke mosaics and window decorations give humans the sensation of what small bugs might feel in a giant meadow forest
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The Marion Dufresne II (IMO 9050814) is chartered by the French TAAF on an annual basis from the French shipping line CMA CGM (The French Line) and is maintained by the IPEV (Institut polaire français - Paul-Émile Victor).
Redirected from That's The Truth). That's the Truth is the third studio album by Canadian country music singer Paul Brandt. The album has been certified Gold by the CRIA. Four singles - "That's the Truth", "It's a Beautiful Thing", "That Hurts", and "The Sycamore Tree" - were released from the album, all but "That Hurts" charted on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks charts, where they reached numbers 1, 13, and 7, respectively.
Macombee & the Absolute Truth. Cinematic arrangements wrap themselves around Sarah Macombee's exquisite voice. happy days recording the title track of the album No Man's Land back in 2013 with the fucking AWESOME Louis at ELLAMY studios. Macombee & The Absolute Truth at Ellamy Studios. Macombee & the Absolute Truth. 20 April 2016 ·.
Thomas Brandis (Hamburg, June 23, 1935 – March 30, 2017) was a German violinist, chamber music performer, pedagogue and former concertmaster of the Berlin Philharmonic. Born in Hamburg (Germany) in 1935, Brandis trained as a violinist in Hamburg and later in London with Max Rostal. After winning the first of the International ARD Competition he was concertmaster in Hamburg, moving later to Berlin to play with the Berlin Philharmonic
The Undisputed Truth is the self titled debut album of the Motown group of the same name. Released in 1971, it was produced entirely by Norman Whitfield. The album includes the group's biggest hit single (and only US Top 40 hit), "Smiling Faces Sometimes", which peaked at on the US Billboard Hot 100 Chart. Many of the songs on this album were also recorded by the group's Motown labelmates, The Temptations (also produced by Norman Whitfield)
|A1||Five Steps To The Attainment Of Esthetic Alignment (Urge, Realm Of Possibilities, Intention, Selection, Transcendence)||24:14|
|B1||The Absolute Truth About Investment Banking||11:54|
|B2||What Comes Up Must Go Down||4:51|
|B3||Imelda And The Six-Thousand Shoes||4:10|
- Engineer – David Avidor
- Flute, Producer – Marion Brandis
- Narrator – Alva Rogers (tracks: A1)
- Piano – Myra Melford
- Producer – Howard Mandel
- Violin, Viola – Leroy Jenkins