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- A record is a HIME register with a special format.
- A record is generally classed as Northern Soul provided it's generally accepted by the fans.
- A record is metadata expressed in a single format.
- A record was kept for every individual, which showed their specific medal entitlement.
- A record was made as to whether each current-year shoot produced an inflorescence.
- After only a few gigs, the band was approached by record companies, and only three months into their career they signed a record deal with Zoo Entertainment.
- But still, we can't expect the record companies to do any work: They are in business first, music a far later second.
- The fact that he was unsuccessful in getting the material he was recording out through other record companies led Sam Phillips to start his own label.
- Rita Marley continues to tour, record, and run the Tuff Gong studios and record company.
- By that time, the band was in an awkward, almost impossible situation with their record company.
- In his second single, "The Way I Am", he reveals to his fans the pressures from his record company to top "My Name Is" and sell more records.
- She ended her Olympic career and holds the record for most Olympic medals at 18 (9 gold, 5 silver, 4 bronze) since then.
- Dawn Fraser and Murray Rose jointly held the previous records for gold medals, and Fraser the record of eight medals in total, prior to Thorpe.
- Four years ago in Athens, Phelps tied the record for medals at one Olympics with six golds and two bronzes.
- The record came one day after Phelps had missed setting the American record in the 200 individual medley by a half-second.
- In the 200 m freestyle, Vollmer set an American record in the semifinals with a time of 1:55.29.
- Finishing the day with three golds, a silver and two bronze medals, the U.S. set a new American record for most Winter Olympic medals in a single day.
- In the modern period, recording of music was seen as a way of transcribing an external event, as a photograph is supposed to record a moment in time.
- Months before the band had even approached Albini about the recording, rumors circulated that he was slated to record the album.
- It was while recording at Studio One that Marcia teamed up with Bob Andy on ‘Really Together," the first of many duets that the two would record.
- Yes, in fact, my first real insight into what it takes to record an album was watching Curtis Mayfield record in his studio.
- After the hugely successful Leave a Whisper and accompanying tour, the band went back into the studio in 2005 to record their second album.
- But with Mike Smith now in the band, it was decided that they would go back in the studio and record another album's worth of songs.
- With one race to go, Rossi is in position to set a new record for the highest number of points achieved in a racing season.
- He ended his career breaking the record for most points scored in Boston College history with 2,632, breaking the record previously set by Dana Barros.
- He set up a new record of 87.20 points and is in lead with 8.85 points to second placed skater Stephane Lambiel.
- The Senators hold the NHL record for least road wins (1) for their record that season.
- In this vein, on February 7, 1976 he set the NHL record for most points scored in one game when he recorded ten points against the Boston Bruins.
- In 1930 he set an NHL record that still stands, going 270 minutes and 8 seconds without allowing a goal during the playoffs for the Canadiens.
- He tied Richard Petty's modern era record with an incredible 13 wins in a single season.
- Jeff Gordon set a record along the way also, he finished in the top-ten in 30 of 36 races, a new modern era record.
- In the process, Earnhardt would set a NASCAR modern era record of four consecutive wins and won five of the first seven races.
- That year he also tied famed Swedish skier Ingemar Stenmark 's record of 13 wins in World Cup races in a single season.
- In 1987 Don Mattingly set the record for most grand slams in a single season with six.
- The duo still holds the record for most top-five finishes in a single season as well as winning the championship by the largest margin in series' history.
- Upon hearing the song, record labels began contacting the band.
- The album was quickly rejected by record labels for being "not commercial." Cher chose instead to sell the recording exclusively through her website.
- The new approach only made record labels more reluctant to sign the band and members soon began leaving the group.
- The record label wanted the band to have more structure and they pressured the band to record the album more quickly than they would have liked to.
- Singer-actress Miriam Yeung returns with her 14th major album, which also happens to be her first release under new record label A Music.
- The album was not a success and the band was dropped by their record label.
- While the best-known of these are the fossil record, fossils are only a small part of the overall physical record of evolution.
- At a time when other paleontologists were convinced that the fossil record could best be explained by directed variation, Simpson disagreed.
- However, hippos' anthracothere ancestors do not appear in the fossil record until millions of years after Pakicetus, the first known whale ancestor.
- In a Black Hair Magazine interview, Chilli stated that TLC is to get back in the studio some time this year to record a new album.
- Before 2002 came to an end, the band headed back into the studio to record a sophomore effort.
- That will simulate a quarter tone each time you press P1. You can record the ACTS tones and play them back into the telephone.
- Jeff Madsen, aged 21 years, one month, and nine days, has likely set a record that will not be broken for quite some time.
- He also set a record for most shutouts in a post-season with six, broken the year after by Martin Brodeur with seven.
- The 18 victories stood as a record until broken by “The King”, Richard Petty, in 1967.
- Out on the track, Alain Prost won the race for McLaren to take his 27th F1 victory, equalling what was then Jackie Stewart 's record of F1 career wins.
- By doing this, he prevented Lineker from breaking, or even equalling, Bobby Charlton 's record of 49 goals for England.
- He went on to win six of the first seven races of the 2009 season, equalling a record achieved by only two other drivers: Michael Schumacher and Jim Clark.
- Five of the six golds were in individual events, tying Eric Heiden 's record for individual gold medals at a single Olympics.
- On Sunday, Michael Phelps set the all-time Olympic record for eight gold medals in a single Olympics, breaking Mark Spitz's record from the 1972 Olympics.
- The silver was Liukin's fifth, tying the U.S. record for a single Olympics and giving her family bragging rights.
- By the time of their first album release Ian Stewart was "officially" not part of the band, though he continued to record and perform with them.
- With the success of the first album, HACHA went into the studio to record their sophomore release, due out this January.
- The band didn't record their first album until after they'd worked their sound out on the road, playing heavily around Florida and Georgia.
- Later in 1969, Santana went on the record, 'Persuasion' and 'Jingo', which became part of the audition tapes for CBS to sign the band to a major record deal.
- In 1981, they moved to New York in search of a record deal, and reorganized the band under a new name, Fly to France.
- Since signing a record deal with Island Records in 1999, the band has released 4 full length albums, 1 EP, and over 10 singles.
- The Flyers recorded the best record in team history (points wise) with a record of 51-13-16.
- Until that year, the team with the best record over the season had been declared the champion and challenged for the Stanley Cup.
- The Ottawa Senators had the best record in the NHL at 16 wins and only 8 losses despite a bizarre incident near the end of the season.
- Leisel Jones of Australia finished the race in first place in a time of 1.05.17 to win the gold medal, setting a new Olympic record in the process.
- He earned his first senior international cap in a match against Cameroon in 1997, setting a record as the youngest defender to play for England at the time.
- She stuck around, though, and got a gold after all, winning the women's 50-meter, three-position rifle event and setting an Olympic record in points.
- The American swimmer, who won six golds at the last Olympics in Athens, has his sights on beating the record of seven golds bagged by Mark Spitz in 1972.
- Mark Spitz is a former Olympic swimmer who set a record in the 1972 Munich Olympic by winning 7 gold medals.
- Phelps tied Mark Spitz's record of four gold medals won in individual events.
- Mark Spitz holds the record of most gold medals worn is a single Olympic having tallied seven gold medals.
- At the 2007 World Aquatics Championships, Phelps won seven gold medals, tying the record, and broke five world records.
- If Phelps wins that event, he ties the record of seven gold medals in one Olympics set by Mark Spitz in 1972.
- Veltman scooped 14 loose balls on April 8, 2006, to break his own previous record of 207, set in 2003.
- Nadal will have the chance to break the record for total number of Masters series titles in Madrid in less than two weeks.
- Federer went on to break this record by winning the 2009 Wimbledon Men's Singles title.
- Today, Federer will be playing in his eighth consecutive Grand Slam final, breaking a record originally set in the 1930s by Jack Crawford of Australia.
- Though he missed breaking Lochte's record, Phelps shaved over a second off his previous best time of 1:41.6, which he set in 2006.
- Breeden's win comes a day after breaking the 24-year-old meet record in the semifinals with a time of 2:07.33.
- Combined, Jennings had a well-defined image that matched well with his history of battling record producers to do music his way.
- By the 1960s, record producers took a more direct role in the musical process, including arranging, engineering the recording, and even writing the material.
- For the first time, Furtado worked with a variety of record producers and followed a more collaborative approach in creating the album.
- Chris Stamey (born December 6, 1954, Chapel Hill, North Carolina) is an American musician, singer, songwriter and record producer.
- Marvin Gaye was a very famous soul and R&B singer, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, record producer and arranger.
- Bruce Spencer is an American drummer, singer, songwriter, and record producer, best known for his work with the rock and roll trio, The 77s.
- Australian Leisel Jones won the gold medal and set a new Olympic record in the final of the women's 100m breaststroke with a time of 1:05.17 minutes.
- Made the U.S. Olympic Team again, and won the Olympic Gold Medal in the decathlon at Helsinki, Finland, setting a record for points scored in a decathlon.
- At the ‘48 Olympic Games in London Verdeur won the Gold Medal and set an Olympic record (2:39.3) in the 100-meter Breaststroke.
- Brendan Hansen won the men's 200 breast in 2:10.62, setting a meet record though it was more than 2 seconds slower than his world record time.
- Despite not defending the gold medal, the team posted a national record of 3min35.05, faster than the then world record time they swam to win gold in Athens.
- Nevertheless, he was able to race as a member of the 4 x 400 m relay team, which won a gold medal and set a new world record time of 2:55.74.
- The form that Rossi is currently in, that record looks likely to fall before the end of the season, and Rossi will take his place in the record books.
- At a place where history was reared, Elliott put his name in the record books.
- In a snapshot of time, Michael Phelps etched his name in the record books.
- BEIJING -- Michael Phelps won the race and withstood the review, giving him joint custody of the record for most gold medals won at a single Olympics.
- Michael Phelps has been selected as part of the men's 4x100-meter freestyle relay that gave him his second of a record eight gold medals in Beijing.
- Michael Phelps who claimed a record eight gold medals at the Beijing Olympic Games said it was harder for him to learn Chinese than to win swimming races.
- The print edition lists only those treaties on record at the time of publication as being in force for the United States on January 1 of each year.
- The United States finished the race in first place in a time of 3:08.24 and wins the gold medal and set a new World Record.
- Aaron Peirsol of the United States finished the race in first place in a time of 52.54 to win the gold, setting a new world record in the process.
- In the final of the 400 m individual medley, on July 27, Phelps broke his own world record with a time of 4:09.09 to easily claim the gold medal.
- In the 400m freestyle he set a new Olympic record which was just eleven-hundredths of a second outside his own world record.
- On July 24, in the semifinals of the 200 m IM, Phelps broke his own world record with a time of 1:57.52.
- When he starts the race in Bahrain, 2010, Schumacher will snatch that record with a career that will have spanned 18 years, 6 months and 17 days.
- He set the record for years between first and last Stanley Cup wins with 53 years.
- He was 22 years old at the time, making him the youngest ever World Champion, and breaking the record held by Mikhail Tal for over 20 years.
- The band has not said whether it will record a new album, but a collection of B-sides and a live release are also possibly in the cards.
- And now that the record is finished, the band is eager to play it live for fans this spring, summer and beyond.
- The band would record a mixture of live and studio albums for the label over the next decade.
- The Michael Jackson connection got the single into the top one hundred in America and Britain, but it was not a hit record.
- This was to be the first major success for the British entrepreneur as he started the label with a hit record.
- The album was produced by Tom Rothrock, who also recorded a recent hit record by British singer James Blunt.
- In winning nine races in a single season Mansell had set a new record for the most wins by a single driver in one season.
- Phelps has now broken Mark Spitz 's record of seven gold medals in a single Olympic games.
- Liukin has also tied Miller s record as the American gymnast having won the most medals in a single Olympic Games.
- In the 1990s, Baltazar visited California often, to be bandleader and record music for the Fresh Sound and V.S.O.P. labels.
- Second, he had the guts to record music that had hitherto been "forbidden" to white mainstream pop singers.
- While they continued to play and record music throughout the 1940s, they never achieved the same level of success they had with the Grand Ole Opry.
- After 37 years of performing, Aerosmith continues to maintain a high level of popularity and success and continues to tour and record music to this day.
- After 40 years of performing, the band continues to tour and record music.
- Graves would set a team record with 52 goals, breaking the old record of 50 held by Vic Hadfield.
- This was his career high for PIMs in a season and as of 2007, he still holds the team record for penalty minutes in a single season.
- He hit.356, had a.414 on base percentage, and lead the AL with 231 hits that year (a team record until Don Mattingly broke it in 1986 with 283).
- In the 7-8 age group, Juliana Witting was first in all of her events and earned a team record in the freestyle with a time of 14.16.
- On April 15, they set a new team record for wins in a season with their 50th.
- Wins from the pole at St. Petersburg and breaks team record for most consecutive seasons with a race victory (eight).
- In the latter year, he also won his second Indianapolis 500, once again breaking the race record for average speed.
- Then came Truex Jr., who became the 19 th race leader of the day on Lap 149, setting a new race record.
- The win was the first overall at Sebring by an LMP2 car and saw 27 overall lead changes, a race record, and three lead-lap finishers, tying a race record.
- The mighty Tulloch, who is often compared to Phar Lap and Carbine, won the following year, and again set a new race record.
- The Australian thoroughbred horse Tawriffic established a new race record of 3 minutes and 17.1 seconds in winning the 1989 Melbourne Cup.
- Donohue earned Penske's first Indianapolis 500 triumph less than a year later with an average speed that would remain the race record for a dozen years.
- In 2008, Phelps set a record by winning eight gold medals in a single Olympics.
- In the summer of 2008, Michael Phelps captivated the world while collecting a record eight gold medals at a single Olympics.
- Michael Phelps picks up his second gold medal and is on his way to breaking the record of most gold medals at a single Olympics.
- In 1994 he set a record for stakes wins in a year with 68 – including 20 grade 1 victories, five of which came aboard Horse of the Year Holy Bull.
- Schumacher's triumph now leaves him on course to set a new record for wins in a season, with five races remaining.
- Senna holds the record for the most victories in Monaco, with six, including five between 1989 and 1993, as well as eight podium finishes in ten starts.
- Dale Jarrett, who set the track record of 122.698 last year, will start 17th in the race sponsored by Sirius Satellite Radio.
- He did, however, win the pole position a week later at Watkins Glen, breaking the track record in the process, and leading over half the race.
- Vickers won the pole at Richmond, a place where he had set the track record previously.
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