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“The acquisition of Ferrosur means that Grupo Mexico now controls train tracks from the Gulf coast port of Veracruz to Pacific coast ports and the Mexico-U.S. border.”
“I adore her as well - I also think one of her title tracks was used in the 'Sex in the City' movie.”
“Barry, who was born in York, northern England, never won any awards for his work on the Bond films, despite writing the title tracks for Goldfinger, From Russia With Love and You Only Live Twice.”
“The title tracks starts with some beautiful chimes and eventually goes into a great (and I mean GREAT) guitar riff.”
“Paris 1919 is undoubtedly Cale at his most tuneful and accessible, complete with the title tracks "lalalala" choruses, the jaunty cod-reggae tribute to Chipping Sodbury that is 'Graham Greene', and the glamband stomp of 'Macbeth' (here moved from original running, presumably to end the set on an energetic high).”
“He's taken advantage of the freedom provided by his solo tours to push himself in new directions, embracing contemporary composers like Elliott Carter, who wrote the title tracks for Haimovitz's "Figment" as part of an amazingly prolific ninth decade.”
“Sarah Records compilation Electric Common has got the names of the songwriters where the title tracks should be.”
“The title tracks "Love vs. Money" and "Love vs. Money Pt. 2," are so well written and produced, I was on 285 last night thinking I was Jeff Gordon last night.”
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By the Pogues, on the LP "Peace and Love." I don't know if it's the stark simplicity of the individual words or the evocative images conjured by their juxtaposition, but I simply love these lyrics....
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