In the End (stylised as in the end) is the eighth and final studio album by the Irish alternative rock band the Cranberries, released on 26 April 2019 by BMG. It is the band’s first release since the death of singer Dolores O'Riordan, who died on 15 January 2018, though her vocals are featured posthumously.
Pictures at an Exhibition is a live album by the English progressive rock band Emerson, Lake & Palmer, released in November 1971 on Island Records. It is a recording of the band's arrangement of Pictures at an Exhibition by Modest Mussorgsky, performed at Newcastle City Hall on 26 March 1971. Emerson wished to arrange the piece after seeing an orchestral performance of it several years before. He bought a copy of the score, and pitched the idea to Lake and Palmer, who agreed to adapt it.
The End" was SABBATH's last tour because Iommi, who was diagnosed with cancer in 2012 and is currently in remission, can no longer travel for extended amounts of time. SABBATH wrote and recorded its 2013 reunion album, "13", and toured it all over the world while Iommi was going through treatment for his illness, with the guitarist having to fly back to England every six weeks. The original lineup of SABBATH came together in 1969 with Iommi, Osbourne, Butler and Ward.
by The Living End. Album: Roll On (2000). Get the Sheet Music License This Song. The song is about that one last drink you just have to have before leaving the pub. The Living End is an Australian band, and this song shows off the guitar work of Chris Cheney. This was used in the movie National Lampoon's Van Wilder. More songs from The Living End.
SCAD presents "Carry the Ocean," an exhibition by alumnus Shine Huang (. photography, 2017), in which he photographs Ethiopian and Eritrean communities in Atlanta, Georgia. Huang has photographed approximately 20 families in black and white film over the past three years.
The End served as the finale for many of The Doors' most notable concerts. The lyrics are a final combination of different variations sung during jam-style performances over several months at the Whiskey A Go Go nightclub in Los Angeles in 1966. The song was famously used in the iconic opening scene of Francis Ford Coppola’s 1979 film Apocalypse Now, with images of the Vietnam War to the cinematic battle towards the end of the movie between Willard (Martin Sheen’s character) and Kurtz (Marlon Brando’s character).
A 20-year tradition in the annals of British film, the Carry On series celebrated a unique blend of slapstick and sex comedy in films like Carry On Sergeant, Carry On Nurse, Carry On Camping, Carry On Cleo, Carry On Cabby, and Carry On Behind. The scores, by Bruce Montgomery and Eric Rogers, are well-known to generations of Britons - though the arrangements rarely matched the excitement and hilarity onscreen. This collection of Carry On material, including the main titles to several of the films as well as extended themes, doesn't quite fit the bill for nostalgia-seekers, though.
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|ONI14||The Exhibition||Carry To The End (CD, EP, Ltd, Num)||Of National Importance Records||ONI14||UK||2014|
|ONI14||The Exhibition||Carry To The End (4xFile, MP3, 320)||Of National Importance Records||ONI14||UK||2014|