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One man takes a road trip to discover what it means to be Canadian, and gets input from William Shatner, Mike Myers, Alanis Morissette and others.
https://beingcanadianmovie.com

One man takes a road trip to discover what it means to be Canadian, and gets input from William Shatner, Mike Myers, Alanis Morissette and others.
https://beingcanadianmovie.com

One man takes a road trip to discover what it means to be Canadian, and gets input from William Shatner, Mike Myers, Alanis Morissette and others.
https://beingcanadianmovie.com

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How Music Works is a non-fiction book by David Byrne, a musician, writer, and public figure best known for his work with the group Talking Heads. He discusses the form and influence of music in a non-linear narrative fashion, using a variety of experiences from his career to create something part autobiography and part music theory.

Season 8, Episode 19 - Stressed for Success (May 2, 2004) -
Bobby's knowledge of pop culture takes the Quiz Bowl team to the championships but Bobby begins to buckle under the stress of competition.

Bart vs. Thanksgiving
The Simpsons: Season 2, Episode 7
Air date: November 22, 1999

@ Great American Music Hall, San Francisco, CA (July 5, 1993)

Composed by: Koichi Sugiyama Arranged by: Koichi Sugiyama Performed by: King Symphonic Orchestra Release Date: April 21, 1989 Japanese Title: ミュージック・フロム・ジーザス~恐怖のバイオ・モンスター 03. 空の果てへ~死神の影~崩れ行く都市(まち)~鎮魂歌

"Spinning Wheel" is the title of a song from 1968 by the band Blood, Sweat & Tears. The song was written by the band's Canadian lead vocalist David Clayton-Thomas and appears on their eponymous album. Released as a single in 1969, "Spinning Wheel" peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in July of that year. In August of that year, the song topped the Billboard easy listening chart for two weeks. It was also a crossover hit, reaching #45 on the US R&B chart. "Spinning Wheel" was nominated for three Grammy Awards at the 1970 ceremony, winning in the category Best Instrumental Arrangement. It was nominated for Record of the Year and Song of the Year; the album won the Grammy for Album of the Year. Clayton-Thomas was quoted as describing the song as being "written in an age when psychedelic imagery was all over lyrics...it was my way of saying, 'Don't get too caught up, because everything comes full circle'."
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spinning_Wheel_(song)

Marlene (マリーン Marīn, born 4 January 1960) is a Filipina jazz vocalist from Manila, Philippines mainly active in Japan. Her real name has been cited as Marlene dela Peña or Marlene Pena Lim. Marlene moved to Japan in the late 1970s and released her first single through EMI Japan in 1979 before signing a contract with CBS Sony in 1981. She has since recorded 31 albums in total and is the highest paid Pinay jazz artist in Japan.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marlene_(Japanese_singer)

Arranged by Yuji Toriyama
鳥山雄司:Guitar,Synthesizers,Keyboards
森村献:Keyboards,Synthesizers
伊藤広規:Bass
青山純:Drums
兼崎順一、Fumio Shiroyama、岸義和:Trumpet
渕野繁雄、小池修:T.Sax
http://musicmedia.blog.shinobi.jp/Entry/3402/

"People were quite literally blown away by it because they had never seen anything like this. It really showed that there could be this whole interesting, compelling, edgy gaming experience on a PC that you weren't able to find on consoles or necessarily in arcades.

John Romero would show up at gaming conventions and there would be people literally bowing at his feet, and doing the Wayne's World 'I'm not worthy!' They really were the rock stars at that time, and then when all of the controversy came out over violent games, then they had all that too to kind of stoke their image.

John Carmack And John Romero's 1996 follow-up to Doom Quake enabled sixteen people to play over the internet and that really just blew it open. There started to be teams of gamers and they called themselves clans."

-- David Kushner, Author, "Masters of Doom"

"First person shooter is where your eyes are the monitor, basically. And you get to see your hands or your weapons or whatever in front of you, so it's you. And first person to us was the most successful interface that there was, because you didn't have to think about anything but just what you're doing in the game.

Through all of pretty much 1994, I was just addicted to Death Match. It was just the coolest thing I had ever experienced in my entire life.

I totally had fun buying fun cars and houses and all that kind of stuff."

-- George Romero, Co-Creator, "Wolfenstein 3D" and "Doom"

"My most seminal gaming experience was playing Doom with my headphones on late at night, with my wife asleep in the other room, and being really terrified, and feeling stupid for being terrified, but still being terrified."

-- Jeff Green, Editor-in-Chief, "Computer Gaming World"

"Spinning Wheel" is the title of a song from 1968 by the band Blood, Sweat & Tears. The song was written by the band's Canadian lead vocalist David Clayton-Thomas and appears on their eponymous album. Released as a single in 1969, "Spinning Wheel" peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in July of that year. In August of that year, the song topped the Billboard easy listening chart for two weeks. It was also a crossover hit, reaching #45 on the US R&B chart. "Spinning Wheel" was nominated for three Grammy Awards at the 1970 ceremony, winning in the category Best Instrumental Arrangement. It was nominated for Record of the Year and Song of the Year; the album won the Grammy for Album of the Year. Clayton-Thomas was quoted as describing the song as being "written in an age when psychedelic imagery was all over lyrics...it was my way of saying, 'Don't get too caught up, because everything comes full circle'."
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spinning_Wheel_(song)

Marlene (マリーン Marīn, born 4 January 1960) is a Filipina jazz vocalist from Manila, Philippines mainly active in Japan. Her real name has been cited as Marlene dela Peña or Marlene Pena Lim. Marlene moved to Japan in the late 1970s and released her first single through EMI Japan in 1979 before signing a contract with CBS Sony in 1981. She has since recorded 31 albums in total and is the highest paid Pinay jazz artist in Japan.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marlene_(Japanese_singer)

Arranged by Yuji Toriyama
鳥山雄司:Guitar,Synthesizers,Keyboards
森村献:Keyboards,Synthesizers
伊藤広規:Bass
青山純:Drums
兼崎順一、Fumio Shiroyama、岸義和:Trumpet
渕野繁雄、小池修:T.Sax
http://musicmedia.blog.shinobi.jp/Entry/3402/

Hits is a 2014 American comedy-drama written and directed by David Cross. Justin Chang of Variety, said in his review that "David Cross’s scattershot “Hits” resembles early Alexander Payne in its playful (or hateful?) skewering of local yokels and their purportedly dim dreams." David Rooney in his review for The Hollywood Reporter said that "Celebrity in the age of the viral sensation gets broad treatment in this modest effort, unlikely to reflect its title."
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hits_(film)

"I knew that this was very important to him and I didn't want him to live his life with any regrets. So even though there's that kind of sacrifice to be made, I'm willing to do it. And he does a very good job of, you know, being very apologetic and trying to set aside time. He has a really good ability, he's very personable and he's very passionate about what he does. There is not a doubt in my mind that he's going to be able to make this happen. So while it's scary for him quitting his job and me being kind of the breadwinner, I guess you could say, right now, I really have no doubt that this is going to be a success."

https://www.nbcnews.com/video/rays-the-dead-is-a-journey-of-zombies-and-personal-sacrifice-23891523901?v=railb&

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