Ian Hunter is the first solo album by Ian Hunter, recorded following his departure from Mott the Hoople. Released in 1975, it is also the first of many solo albums on which he collaborated with Mick Ronson. The bassist, Geoff Appleby, was from Hull like Mick Ronson and they had played together in The Rats in the late 1960s. The single "Once Bitten, Twice Shy" would be his first and last Top 20 hit in the UK Singles Chart.
The Causeway: Tucked into a bay at the north end of Whitehart Island, The Causeway used to be the entry lodge for all hunters coming into the Evergreen Hunting Reserve.
The Great White North is a Canadian comedy album by the fictional television characters Bob and Doug McKenzie (portrayed by actors Rick Moranis and Dave Thomas), released in 1981 by Anthem Records (ANR-1-1036) and distributed in the United States by Mercury Records (SRM-1-4034). The title is a popular nickname for Canada; the nickname was used for the title of a Second City Television (. SCTV) sketch featuring the Bob and Doug characters
Every day, every night Try so hard to get it right Got my eyes on the prize Never stop till I'm satisfied. Daddy told me life is tough So hold on, it's going to be rough Make a move, stand tall If you don't you going to fall. I got to believe, oh I got to believe. Now I believe, yeah Now I believe.
Original lyrics of Great White Hunter song by Zounds. Explain your version of song meaning, find more of Zounds lyrics. Request & respond explanations. Don't understand the meaning of the song? Highlight lyrics and request an explanation. Zounds – Great White Hunter lyrics. And if by chance I bring back What I am looking for They'll be someone somewhere waiting With their fingers round a purse.
The Hunter is longer than Crack the Skye by a couple of minutes, but it feels briefer. As the band itself noted early on, it comes over like a Mastodon mixtape. Mastodon 2011 are largely about restless experimentation. The Hunter is the quartet's first collection with cover art by someone other than Paul Romano. They recorded it with hip-hop and Maroon 5 producer Mike Elizondo, the guy who co-wrote 50 Cent's "In Da Club", and the Game's "Higher". It also features the first track sung entirely by Dailor.
The Heart of a Graveyard. Produced by Jeremiah Scott & Aaron Sprinkle. The Heart of a Graveyard Lyrics. Everything in time Set your eyes upon the shallow surface Hollow out your mind How divine, you disengage your self. Tell me Tell me of your consolation Tell me I am lost in the gray. About The Heart of a Graveyard. I can’t wrap my head around the idea of eternal nothingness after death. To me it seems like a much harder pill to swallow than a continued existence. Not to mention, a Hell of a lot less to look forward to.