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Definitions

  1. Jones was a lounge singer before becoming a recording artist.[ 5] She played with numerous artists and bands including Wax Poetic and the Peter Malick Group. (Web site)
  2. Jones was the first regular pianist in brother Thad's co-led orchestra with Mel Lewis, beginning in 1966. (Web site)
  3. Jones is a Welsh nationalist and is a strong supporter of the Welsh language.
  4. Jones was a seminal figure in the Vancouver School of conceptual photography, along with such artists as Rodney Graham, Ian Wallace and Jeff Wall. (Web site)
  5. Jones is a close friend of Gordon's and a multi-talented racer who practiced Gordon's car on Saturday while the owner was in Montreal. (Web site)

Indiana Jones

  1. Tomb Raider follows the exploits of Lara Croft, a British female archaeologist in search of ancient treasures à la Indiana Jones.

Light Heavyweight

  1. His fight after losing his title to Roy Jones saw him lose to Montel Griffin at light heavyweight in February 1995. (Web site)
  2. Jones went on to win titles in four weight classes, including middleweight, super middleweight, light heavyweight and his historic heavyweight championship.
  3. Between reigns at middleweight and light heavyweight, Roy Jones Jr. (Web site)

Gold Medal

  1. Jones had come down from the massive relief of victory in the 100m at the tail end of a career where she lacked a gold medal for completion and closure. (Web site)
  2. Under International Olympic Committee (IOC) rules Thanou, who finished second behind Jones in Sydney, would now be expected to receive the gold medal.
  3. Another gold medal came in the 100-meter hurdles, but it wasn't from the expected sprinter, Lolo Jones. (Web site)

Merle Haggard

  1. During that time, he opened shows for Ray Price, Merle Haggard and George Jones while barely into his teens.
  2. Before, it would have been just Merle Haggard, George Jones and Buck Owens - who also redefined the country sound.
  3. If you love the music of Merle Haggard and George Jones, you'll surely enjoy listening to John Anderson.

Songs

  1. His songwriting skills were soon noticed by Quincy Jones who hired him to write songs for an album he was producing for Michael Jackson. (Web site)
  2. The box set shows the band developing the songs, and striking is the cooperation between Brian Jones, Keith Richards and session pianist Nicky Hopkins. (Web site)
  3. Includes songs by Coldplay, Nirvana, U2, David Gray and Norah Jones, as well as very special acoustic versions from bands such as Kings Of Leon.

Los Angeles

  1. Adam Jones moved to Los Angeles as well; Morello introduced Jones and Maynard James Keenan to Danny Carey, who would come to form the band Tool.
  2. Small in stature with a powerful voice, Jones arrived in Los Angeles in the late 1950s and began performing in local clubs and bars. (Web site)
  3. Army induction and its effects In September 1944, Young and Jo Jones were in Los Angeles with the Basie Band when they were inducted into the U.S. Army.

Producer

  1. Jones is especially well known for his work with Michael Jackson as the producer of Jackson's most famous albums (Off the Wall, Thriller, Bad).
  2. The band were looking for a producer when one of the members of the record company suggested Jones, to which the band agreed to.

Chicago

  1. Darryl Jones (born December 11, 1961 in Chicago, Illinois, USA) is a highly regarded bassist in both jazz and rock music. (Web site)
  2. Open the book again to John Jervis, civil engineer who became president of the Chicago and Rock Island, and John (Casey) Jones whose death inspired the song. (Web site)
  3. As a result, the job with Jones ended and Smith's career slowed down although he worked regularly in New York and Chicago. (Web site)

Company

  1. The fourth album, after a hiatus of some years, was the ironically titled Already, after which Jesus Jones and EMI parted company. (Web site)
  2. And the company is slated to introduce an ultrapremium tequila early next year, Jones said, which will retail for $45 to $50.
  3. On many other tracks the percussion build up is more Olatunji and company than say Elvin Jones and Rashied Ali together.

Davis

  1. The group featured Davis on trumpet, John Coltrane on tenor saxophone, Red Garland on piano, Paul Chambers on bass, and Philly Joe Jones on drums. (Web site)
  2. The quintet was comprised of Davis on trumpet, Coltrane on tenor sax, Red Garland on piano, Paul Chambers on bass, and Philly Joe Jones on the drums. (Web site)
  3. He rejoined Davis and worked in various quintets and sextets with Cannonball Adderley, Bill Evans, Chambers, Jones, and others (1958-60).

Group

  1. In 1968, Rowley and Jones left the group to join a band called Finders Keepers, which soon after became Trapeze. (Web site)
  2. But the music was daring, with the group often embarking on hour-long improvisations in which Jones matched the originality of Smith's wild solos. (Web site)
  3. In 2004, Jones formed a group - Body Head Bangerz and released an album. (Web site)

Albums

  1. At the same time, Michael Jackson's solo career was taking off, with two albums produced by Quincy Jones. (Web site)
  2. Of Powell's three superb late '50s Blue Note albums, "Time Waits" may be the finest, thanks to the extraordinary drums of Philly Joe Jones.
  3. She released two more albums in 1981 and 1982 and began an extensive tour with George Jones, with whom she sang duets.

Hollywood

  1. Jones quickly became one of the most recognizable child actors in Hollywood.
  2. The two fleshed out the music Plant was working on, before being joined by John Paul Jones and John Bonham at SIR Studios in Hollywood for rehearsals.
  3. Eight million copies were sold, making Jackson an international superstar and Quincy Jones the most sought-after record producer in Hollywood. (Web site)

Studio

  1. LP. Mick Jones and Joe Strummer wanted Julian to join them in the studio but he was touring with his band, The Outsets.
  2. Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones and John Bonham played together for the first time when they rehearsed at a studio in London. (Web site)
  3. Four months later, Grohl, Homme and Jones were jamming together in an LA studio. (Web site)

Play

  1. Strummer, Jones and Headon wanted to play a reunion show to coincide with their induction into the Hall. (Web site)
  2. After playing with Willie Mitchell's band, he was recruited by Booker T. Jones in 1962 to play his first session at Stax. (Web site)
  3. Despite the hard living, hard drinking past, George Jones continues to make albums and play to his loyal fans. (Web site)

Team

  1. Mike Tirico and Bill Walton remained as the number two team, with Steve Jones being replaced by newcomer Jon Barry.
  2. Cullen Jones made his first Olympic team, two years after coming to attention as the world's top-ranked swimmer in the 50 free.
  3. Eddie Jones, the team's general manager, said the team will field a second car for both road races this year and perhaps for five other races.

Fame

  1. He performed infrequently for about a year, then leaped to fame in Miles Davis ' quintet with Red Garland, Paul Chambers, and Philly Joe Jones (1955-57).
  2. The two hours' of music on this collection will convince you of the genius of George Jones and why he was voted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1992.
  3. He was the lead trumpeter with Count Basie during 1952-57 which gave him some fame but Jones was never really featured.

Career

  1. In Hollywood in the 1940s, Selznick "discovered" her, changed her name from Phylis Isley to Jennifer Jones and molded her career.
  2. I've heard that until you saw a performance by Dizzy Gillespie and Quincy Jones, you never considered a career in music.
  3. Jones will perform songs from "Carousel," "The Music Man" and other famous roles spanning her career.

Winning

  1. Smarty Jones swept Oaklawn's entire prep series - the Southwest, Rebel and Arkansas Derby - in 2004 before winning the first two legs of the Triple Crown.
  2. The time is the same posted by Smarty Jones in winning the 2004 Arkansas Derby.
  3. Lolo Jones ran 12.71 in winning her heat, Dawn Harper ran second in her race in 12.73 and Damu Cherry was third in her heat in 12.92.

Derby

  1. Lawrin was trained by Ben A. Jones, and had 23 starts before the Derby in 1938. (Web site)

Artists

  1. In the 2000s we have seen "jazz" hit the pop charts with artists like Diana Krall and Norah Jones.
  2. George Jones was among the artists who recorded Joy Poovey penned songs.
  3. This album seems to pick up all of the artists at their prime, including Omar Hakim on drums, Darryl Jones on bass and the late Don Grolnick on keyboards.

Musicians

  1. Few musicians took Jones and Porter seriously when they started the band.
  2. With musicians from the Arlen show, Jones formed his own big band, with 18 artists -- plus their families -- in tow. (Web site)
  3. McBee is a jazz musician who has performed for four decades, playing with musicians including Benny Goodman, Miles Davis, Elvin Jones and McCoy Tyner.

World

  1. The event comes just over 20 years after Jones produced the seminal benefit anthem We Are the World, the best-selling single of all time.
  2. In that same year, Quincy Jones turned his attention to another musical area that had long been closed to blacks -- the world of film scores. (Web site)
  3. Her performance put her fourth in the world so far this year behind only Jade Edmistone (30.04), Leisel Jones (30.11) and Sarah Katsoulis (30.62).

York

  1. Jones played in territory bands as a teenager, and in 1944, he moved to New York to play with Hot Lips Page.
  2. Thad Jones and Mel Lewis debut with their big band at the Village Vanguard in New York.
  3. His career took off when he moved to New York in 1958, and he was soon playing with the likes of Philly Joe Jones and Sonny Rollins.

Hank Jones

  1. Wilder continued to enhance his jazz reputation on albums with Hank Jones, Gil Evans, Benny Goodman, Tadd Dameron, and Benny Carter, among many others. (Web site)
  2. One of the best known record dates in the history of modern jazz, the chemistry among Adderley, Miles Davis, Hank Jones, Sam Jones and Art Blakey is amazing.
  3. At the time, I also was studying informally with Hank Jones, who was playing with Benny. (Web site)

Piano

  1. The album also features Art Blakey on drums, with Hank Jones on piano and Sam Jones (no relation) on double bass.
  2. Accompanied by Don Abney (piano); Jo Jones (drums) Herb Ellis (guitar) and her ex-husband, Ray Brown (bass), this set was originally broadcast on television.
  3. Papa Jo Jones is on drums, Oscar Pettiford on bass and Art Tatum is on piano. (Web site)

Davy Jones

  1. Davy Jones (born June 1, 1964 in Chicago) is an American former racing driver.
  2. Micky Dolenz (who would play drums), Davy Jones (who would sing), and Peter Tork (bass) found out about the opportunity from other sources.

Monkees

  1. From 1965 to early 1970, Nesmith and Jones were members of the pop rock band The Monkees, created for the television situation comedy of the same name. (Web site)
  2. Changed his name as not to be confused with Davy Jones of "The Monkees" fame. (Web site)

Sniffles

  1. Jones went on to direct eleven more cartoons featuring the character, most of which showcase the naïvité of Sniffles by placing him in a dangerous world.

Bobby Jones

  1. David continued to work out of the shops of Barry Owens, Bobby Jones and Tom Eldridge with assistance from Robert Yates Racing. (Web site)
  2. It goes far beyond anything that has been written on Bobby Jones and is the first work of substance on Walter Hagen that I have come across. (Web site)
  3. Shute was overshadowed during his career by such great players as Bobby Jones, Walter Hagen, and Gene Sarazen, and he is not well-known now. (Web site)

Australia

  1. Leisel Jones of Australia easily completed a sweep of the women's breaststroke events, winning the 200 by 4.10 seconds.
  2. Prior to the first Test in the 2006-2007 England Ashes tour of Australia, Read was dropped in favour of Geraint Jones. (Web site)
  3. When the company produced Cinder-Ellen Up-too-Late in Australia, Jones contributed a dance number to Meyer Lutz's score. (Web site)

Michellie Jones

  1. Michellie Jones and Emma Carney had a thrilling sprint finish for the final podium spot, but it was Jones who was victorious. (Web site)
  2. Australia has won two silver medals: Michellie Jones won the first at Sydney 2000 and Loretta Harrop won another at Athens 2004. (Web site)
  3. Michellie Jones is ranked first in the world, 1999 world champion Harrop is second and Nicole Hackett is the current world champion.

Harrison Ford

  1. Spielberg hit gold yet one more time with Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981), with Harrison Ford taking the part of Indiana Jones. (Web site)
  2. Indiana Jones, played by Harrison Ford, was first introduced in the 1981 film Raiders of the Lost Ark, set in 1936. (Web site)
  3. Critic Bernard Weinraub said it best: "Deliriously funny, ingenious, and stylish." Harrison Ford is at his best as Dr. Jones.

Tommy Lee Jones

  1. Born in San Saba, Texas, the son of Clyde C. and Lucille Marie (Scott) Jones, Tommy Lee Jones worked in underwater construction and on an oil rig. (Web site)
  2. The main difference here is no Harrison Ford, more Tommy Lee Jones and added Wesley Snipes (presumably on the run from the taxman) and Robert Downey Jr. (Web site)
  3. The only problem is I thought the main terrorist was a bit of a geek unlike Tommy Lee Jones in the first UNDER SIEGE film (which was a lot better then this).

Buckshot Jones

  1. Scott Pruett and Buckshot Jones also ran one race deals for the team that season, during which they switched to Dodge.
  2. A few weeks ago Buckshot Jones made a hard run at landing a ride for next season with Davis.
  3. Buckshot to CUP? hearing that Buckshot Jones has a sponsor that will allow him to return to Winston Cup.

Parnelli Jones

  1. Parnelli Jones -- A winner in many forms of racing, Jones drove the hard-charging Boss 302 Mustang to multiple wins in the SCCA Trans Am series.
  2. Sullivan becomes the third driver to both spin and recover and later lead the same race, after Jim Clark in 1966 and Parnelli Jones in 1967. (Web site)
  3. Parnelli Jones commented, "It's a true honor to have a special edition Saleen wearing my name.

Clay Regazzoni

  1. Jones was joined in the team by the Swiss driver, Clay Regazzoni, and the pair showed strongly in the team's home race at Silverstone.

Alan Jones

  1. Williams team mates for a new season: Alan Jones (AUS) (left) and Clay Regazzoni (SUI) They finished ninth and tenth respectively in the race.
  2. Whitaker collaborated with musicians Phil Dwyer and Alan Jones on the album, which was nominated for Traditional Jazz Album of the Year.
  3. Things got even better when Williams cars finished first and second at the next round in Hockenheim, Alan Jones two seconds ahead of Regazzoni.

Synopsis

  1. Synopsis: Charles "Buck" Jones, normally a heroic Western star, takes a surprising turn by playing a shiftless rural character in this romance. (Web site)
  2. Synopsis: Robert Stack stars in this sea-faring historical epic as John Paul Jones, the first great hero of the American Navy. (Web site)

Buck Jones

  1. Buck Jones is here, he's the best!" Jones is a rancher who comes to the aid of some local landowners under siege from a band of cattle rustlers.
  2. Synopsis: Buck Jones stars as Black Jack, a clever if somewhat larcenous gambler who finds willing suckers wherever he goes.
  3. Buck Jones (E-Burg Alum) ran what (I believe) is still the "open-elite" meet record of 3:59.9 for the full mile.

Wikianswers

  1. Post a question or answer questions about "Cherry Jones" at WikiAnswers. (Web site)
  2. Post a question or answer questions about "Jason Jones" at WikiAnswers. (Web site)
  3. Post a question or answer questions about "Jennifer Jones" at WikiAnswers. (Web site)

William Jones

  1. Jones was born at Beaufort Buildings, Westminster; his father (also named William Jones) was a mathematician.
  2. Post a question or answer questions about "William Jones" at WikiAnswers. (Web site)
  3. Goethe and Schopenhauer were riding a crest of scholarly discovery, most notably the work done by William Jones (philologist).

Casey Jones

  1. Casey Jones kept his junk pile running; Casey Jones was working double time; Casey Jones got a wooden medal, For being good and faithful on the S. P. line.
  2. Casey Jones was the rounder's name, On a six eight wheeler, boys, he won his fame.
  3. In October of that year, Clapton did a brief seven gig stint with Casey Jones & The Engineers. (Web site)

England

  1. Flintoff said England would miss the injured Simon Jones in Pakistan after the Glamorgan paceman excelled in the 2-1 home series victory over Australia.
  2. However there has been recent debate as to whether Welsh players (such as Simon Jones) should play for an England team, and not an England and Wales team.
  3. Harmison came and went, facing one delivery, and it was all up to Simon Jones and Andrew Flintoff to see England to a challenging target. (Web site)

Inigo Jones

  1. The area was designed by Inigo Jones, the first and greatest of English Renaissance architects.
  2. The book transforms our understanding not only of Inigo Jones but also of the architecture of his time. (Web site)
  3. A pupil and relative (by marriage) of Inigo Jones, he assisted the latter when working on St Paul's Cathedral, London, in the 1630s. (Web site)

Guitar

  1. In toto, The Strand consisted of Steve Jones on vocals, Wally Nightingale on guitar, Jimmy Mackin on organ, Steve Hayes on bass and Paul Cook on drums.
  2. The Sex Pistols evolved from The Strand, a London band formed in 1973 with Steve Jones on vocals, Paul Cook on drums, and Wally Nightingale on guitar.
  3. Supporting the reeds was a highly flexible rhythm section of Wynton Kelly (piano), Jim Hall (guitar), Sam Jones (bass) and Jimmy Cobb (drums).

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