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Ocean Memories of mommyOcean Memories is an anthology album by Brazilian guitarist Bola Sete, released in 1999 through Samba Moon Records. It contains his 1972 album "Ocean" on the first disc and unreleased recordings on the second------Memories Within Miss Aggie of oscar nominationMemories Within Miss Aggie is a 1974 American pornographic film directed by Gerard Damiano and starring Deborah Ashira, Eric Edwards, and Harry Reems. The film pays homage to both Damiano's previous skin flick The Devil in Miss Jones and Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho------Summary of MemoriesThe path of Barry Schwartz's work runs from interactional social psychology to cognitive sociology, the sociology of knowledge, and collective memory. The last, major, phase cannot be inferred from the first but is inextricably connected to it------Memories of rsMemories is the fifth studio LP album by The Vogues, released by Reprise Records in 1969 under catalog number RS 6347.The album was reissued, combined with their 1970 album, The Vogues Sing the Good Old Songs, on compact disc by Taragon Records on November 6, 2001.------Memories of Love of love & misadventureMemories of Love is the debut studio album by American indie pop band Future Bible Heroes, released in 1997 in the U.S., the U.K., Europe and Korea. Its accompanying booklet features twelve word puzzles and games that, if solved correctly, reveal the name of the band and the title of the album, plus the lyrics to each of the album's eleven songs------Track listingChart positionsWriting credits of MemoriesThe following personnel all have writing credits on this album.Rudolf FrimlSigmund RombergJerome KernFranz LehrIvor NovelloRobert StolzPaul AbrahamOscar Hammerstein IIKenneth Leslie-SmithRodgers and HammersteinHarold RomeFrederick LoeweAlan Jay Lerner------Germany: Memories of a Nation of intelligent homeGermany: Memories of a Nation is a 2014 book by British historian and then director of the British Museum, Neil MacGregor. The work was published in conjunction with his BBC Radio 4 series and a major exhibition at the British Museum------The Golden Group MemoriesThe Golden Group Memories is an American touring music group that contains former members of doo- groups. The 2006 line-up included:Vito Balsamo of the SalutationsRandy Silverman of the SalutationsLeo LucasJimmy Merchant of The TeenagersBill Goodwin of the Ink SpotsAl Handfield of Shep & the LimelightsThe group was featured in the 1999 PBS special Doo Wop 50. At that time, the group was Balsamo, Silverman, Merchant, and Joe "Speedo" Frazier of The Impalas.------Years of Memories of rob little45 Years Of Memories features new recordings of audience favorites by the progressive bluegrass band The Country Gentlemen. Credited to "Charlie Waller & The Country Gentlemen," it features Waller showcases from all eras of band, the earliest song dating from 1961.------Funeral March in Memory of Rikard Nordraak of MemoriesEdvard Grieg composed his Funeral March in Memory of Rikard Nordraak in 1866, in honour of his friend and fellow Norwegian composer Rikard Nordraak, who had died in March of that year at the age of 23. Grieg deeply respected his fellow musician and took no delay in producing the work. The march was originally written as a piano piece in A minor; Grieg also produced transcriptions of it for brass choir and wind band, in B minor.Grieg valued the work greatly, bringing it along on all of his travels. In one letter he made it clear that he wished the piece to be played at his own funeral, "as best as possible." It was played, in an orchestration by Grieg's friend and colleague Johan Halvorsen.The work has a few arrangements by later musicians, including one by Geoffrey Emerson. It lasts six to eight minutes, depending on the arrangement and tempo.------A Yank's Memories of Calcutta of memory pagingWaddell was chief photographer for the Houston Press before entering the US Army and coming to the India-Burma Theatre in November 1943, where he was attached to the Public Relations Staff of Southeast Asia Command 'with the express purpose of acting as personal press photographer for Supreme Commander Admiral Lord Louis Mountbatten.' He accompanied Mountbatten throughout Southeast Asia until February 1945, when he was assigned as news photographer to Phoenix Magazine, 'a 24-page picture weekly sponsored by the combined U.S.-British command'.On leave in Calcutta after the liberation of Singapore, Waddell, at the behest of his friends, took a number of photographs of Calcutta. The annotated images documented life in the city as well as the points of view of the American GIs stationed there. They proved to be so popular that Waddell eventually compiled and released them as a photographic album of 60 prints titled A Yank's Memories of Calcutta.-------11: Memories Retold of photographer11-11 Memories Retold is a narrative adventure video game set during World War I. It was released on 9 November 2018, two days before the centennial of the armistice. It is co-developed by Digixart Entertainment Studios and Aardman Animations, and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment.One of the game's main features is its visual style, inspired by impressionist art.------Career of MemoriesBarry Schwartz received his B.S., M.A., and Ph.D. from Temple University (1962), University of Maryland (1964), and University of Pennsylvania (1970), respectively. He has taught at the University of Chicago and University of Georgia and been a fellow at the University of Georgia Institute for Behavioral Research (19771983), the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral and Social Sciences (19871988) in Stanford, CA, the National Humanities Center (19921993) in Research Triangle, NC, the Smithsonian Museum of National History in Washington, DC (1993), and the University of Georgia Humanities Center (1994). He has also been a Davis Fellow, Faculty of Social Sciences, Hebrew University (2002) in Jerusalem. In 2000, he received the William A. Owens Award for Outstanding Research and Creativity (University of Georgia); in 2009 he was awarded an Honorary Doctorate by Hebrew University------Electribal Memories of walking withElectribal Memories is the only album by house music group Electribe 101. It was originally released in 1990 and reached number 26 in the UK Albums Chart. The album includes the singles "Tell Me When the Fever Ended" (#32 in the UK Singles Chart), "Talking with Myself" (UK #23), "You're Walking" (UK #50) and a cover of the Odyssey song "Inside Out" (UK #77).The album was re-released in 1998 with three remixes of "Talking with Myself," which had gained popularity that year and was again released as a single, reaching number 39 in the UK Singles Chart. In 2002, the album was reissued again under the title The Best of Electribe 101 Featuring Billie Ray Martin. The album has never been released in the United States, and the first pressing was only available as an import, despite the release of the album's singles there.------Memories Ad-Lib of ad trackingMemories Ad-Lib is an album by singer Joe Williams with Count Basie featuring tracks recorded in 1958 which was originally released on the Roulette label. It is notable for featuring several short solo passages by rhythm guitarist Freddie Green.------Bluebird Memories of wainwright & coBluebird Memories: A Journey Through Lyrics and Life is an upcoming Audible Original production by Common, scheduled to be released in 2020. The "audio-only musical narrative" will have Common "explore the various writers and musicians who have inspired him".------Down Drury Lane to Memory Lane of MemoriesDown Drury Lane to Memory Lane was the fourth hit album, and first UK number one, for German orchestra 101 Strings. The album was the twentieth record to make number one in the UK and the first double number one album. It spent five weeks at the top.The album consists of orchestral cover versions of both older and contemporary hits.------Beautiful Memories of s1800Beautiful Memories (French: Se souvenir des belles choses) is a 2001 French film directed by Zabou Breitman. It won the Csar Awards for Best First Feature Film, Best Actress and Best Supporting Actor, and was nominated for Best Actor. Also, the French Syndicate of Cinema Critics named it best debut film.------Scrapbook Memories of memory pagingScrapbook Memories was a how-to television series airing on DIY Network in the United States hosted by Beth Madland and Julie McGuffee. The series debuted as a special in 1999 and as a regular series in 2002, and was filmed in various places throughout Wisconsin------Memories of an Old Friend of juliaMemories of an Old Friend is a compilation album by Australian singer-songwriter duo Angus & Julia Stone. It was released on December 2010 in Australia through EMI Music Australia and peaked at number 57 on the ARIA Charts in February 2011------Street of Memories of lees & watersStreet of Memories is a 1940 American drama film directed by Shepard Traube, written by Robert Lees and Frederic I. Rinaldo, and starring Lynne Roberts, Guy Kibbee, John McGuire, Edward Gargan, Hobart Cavanaugh and Jerome Cowan. It was released on November 15, 1940, by 20th Century Fox..------Independence Day memories of morning giftShe was only 27 years old during the proclamation of independence on 31 August 1957. She still remembers what she wore on that momentous occasion an off-white silk sari with a red border, a personal favourite as it had been an engagement gift from Sambanthan."It was so symbolic... a sign that we were free of the colonial regime, free to think for ourselves, free to lead our own country", she said.It was truly a moment of great intensity. Uma and Sambanthan, who stood behind the country's first Prime Minister Tunku Abdul Rahman, did not speak much as they were overcome with emotion as the Union Jack was lowered and the Federation of Malaya flag raised.The feeling of being present at the historical event on the eve of the country's Independence Day was indescribable, said Uma."Many years have passed, but that feeling still lingers and I think it will live in me forever", she said.------Honky Tonk Memories of back of bourke"Honky Tonk Memories" is a song written by Rory Bourke, Gene Dobbins and Johnny Wilson, and recorded by American country music artist Mickey Gilley. It was released in June 1977 as the second single from his album First Class. The song reached number 4 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart and number 2 on the RPM Country Tracks chart in Canada.------The Flat Rock Archives Goal of Preserving Memories of rock & chipsOne goal of the Flat Rock Archives is to preserve the memories of the Flat Rock community. President of the archive, Johnny Waits wants the sounds, memories, and stories to be preserved and heard for generations to come.In an Atlanta Journal Constitution article from 2005, Cleveland McMullen (aged 83 at the time) shared that he grew up in Flat Rock and joined the exodus of thousands of Southern blacks who fled to the North during the Great Depression to find jobs in factories and escape enforced segregation. He recalled that Flat Rock had its own "scout" team (baseball), which played rivals from nearby communities, such as Lithonia, and, toward Atlanta, Edgewood. But McMullen can't recall the team name of the home nine, just that "it was a big deal, people came from all over. They'd have a barbecue, make a whole day of it."------Immaculate Memories: The Uncluttered Worlds of Christopher Pratt of memory disorderImmaculate Memories: The Uncluttered Worlds of Christopher Pratt is a Canadian documentary film, directed by Kenneth J. Harvey and released in 2018. The film profiles artist Christopher Pratt.The film premiered at the Nickel Film Festival in June 2018, before airing as an episode of the CBC Television documentary series Absolutely Canadian.The film received a Canadian Screen Award nomination for Best Feature Length Documentary at the 7th Canadian Screen Awards in 2019.------Kanichi Yamamoto of MemoriesKanichi Yamamoto (18791961) was the first Japanese Bah. He joined the religion in 1902. Some of his children also decided to join the Bah Faith. Of Yamamoto, who heard of the Bah Faith in Honolulu, Abdu'l-Baha said,"thou...art the single one of Japan and the unique one of the extreme Orient."Yamamoto remained a staunch and ardent Baha'i until his death in 1961.------Seventhian ...Memories of Time of finnish metalSeventhian ...Memories of Time is the seventh studio album by Finnish power metal band Dreamtale, released globally on the Secret Door Records label on 9 December 2016 from Finland. It was released earlier in Japan, on 23 November 2016. It comes as a two-piece CD set; the first disc, "Seventhian" contains new songs, and the second disc, "Memories of Time" contains new re-recorded versions of the band's older tracks, with the disc title being a reference to one of their tracks from their first album Beyond Reality.