Red Alert – RED 187 Producer – D. J. Alan Dexter*, Sensoria Written-By, Recorded By, Mixed By – C. Camporesi Written-by, Recorded By, Mixed By.
'1st Sem' wins in San Diego kiddie film fest
Dexter Hemedez and Allan Michael Ibañez's “1st Sem” won the top prize, the grand jury prize-feature film, at the San Diego International Kids' Film Festival on Aug. 27 in California. “It was the final award of the night,” Hemedez recalled. “I was
Gabriel Hardeman Delegation includes: Gabriel Hardeman, Annette Hardeman, Myrna Summers (vocals); Darryl Johnson (guitar); Brian Lenair Williams (saxophone); Eddie Howard (keyboards, programming); Dexter T. Moore, Stan Brisbon, Bryant Pugh (keyboards); Don Stevens (bass); Greg Spencer (drums, programming, sequencing); Dennis James, Darryl Burgee (drums); Alan Spight (sequencing); Charlene Holloway, Paula Holloway, Rene Robinson, Chad Gilbert, Michelle Kornegay, Deidre Childs, Lola Rooney, Nick Taliaferro, Violet Ray, Michael Hardeman (background vocals). Producers include: Gabriel Hardeman, Allen Spight, Yuri Zwadiuk, Annette Hardeman. Recorded at East Coast Flavor, Washington, D.C, University City High School, Holy Dance Studios, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Personnel: Gabriel Hardeman (vocals); Karen Williams, Michelle Kornegay, Fred Campbell, Annette Hardeman, Chad Gilbert, Charlene Holloway (vocals); Darryl Johnson (guitar); Eddie Howard, Jr. (keyboards, drum programming); Bryant Pugh (keyboards); Greg Spencer (drums, drum programming); Daryl Burgee, Dennis James (drums). Audio Mixers: Andre Debourg; Eddie Howard, Jr. . Recording information: East Coast Flavor Recording Studios, Washington DC; Holy Dance Studio, Philadelphia, PA; University City High School. Photographer: Susan Bulkin. During the late '70s to early '80s, the Gabriel Hardeman Delegation was a popular entity within the realm of gospel music, yielding the hit "Feels Like Fire" during this period. After a two-decade hiatus, Hardeman and his aggregation of talented vocalists returned with the 2001 release To the Chief Musician. Armed with a strong background in R & B, having worked with such artists as Patti LaBelle, Stephanie Mills, Phil Perry, Miki Howard, Chantay Savage, and Prince, Hardeman revisits those roots through the R & B flavor he's added to tracks such as "To Be Saved" and "Hold Out, Deliverance Will Come," as well as the hip-hop-influenced remix of the latter. Hardeman and crew
Binding: Hardcover Author: Carol Chillington Rutter Language: English Publication Date: 2001-01-22 Number of Pages: 244 Publisher: Routledge Enter The Body Offers A Series Of Provocative Case Studies Of The Work Women'S Bodies Do On Shakespeare'S Intensely Body-Conscious Stage. Rutter'S Topics Are Sex, Death, Race, Gender, Culture, Politics, And The Excessive Performative Body That Exceeds The Playtext It Inhabits. As Well As Drawing Upon Vital Primary Documents From Shakespeare'S Day, Rutter Offers Close Readings Of Women'S Performance'S On Stage And Film In Britian Today, From Peggy Ashcroft'S (White) Cleopatra And Whoopi Goldberg'S (Whiteface) African Queen To Sally Dexter'S Languorous Helen And Alan Howard'S Raver 'Queen' Of Troy.
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In the history of television, there are very few shows that can truly be called "classics." The Dick Van Dyke Show is one of those few--and for the first time, authors Weissman and Sanders have succeed in capturing the unique flavor of this very appealing, warm comedy that went straight to the heart of the American public. An affectionate and nostalgic portrait of a show more than twenty years old that is still in reruns, The Dick Van Dyke Show tells the inside story of the situational comedy whose phenomenal success was a surprise even to its creators. Tracing its evolution from the pilot, Head of the Family starring Carl Reiner, through the ordeal of finding the right actor to play the clumsy but talented TV writer Rob Petrie, gathering the supporting cast that included Rose Marie and...
Do you ever hear things like, ?Can someone give me the four letter first name for Count Dracula shouted from the dinner table? If you have then you must live with a crossword puzzle enthusiast! In Hugh McEntire's book, Names Names Names you will find more than 28,000 names to aid you in solving your crossword puzzle. When Hugh retired in 1988, he did not decide to spend his golden years just watching TV. In fact, adding new names to his book has become a lifetime project. For over a decade he has been compiling a list of proper names taken from actual crossword puzzle clues. Since puzzle clues only give part of a name and you are to fill in the rest, he has listed each individual once by the first name and again by the last name. In Names Names Names you can look up either the first or...
Alan's Ultimate Bran Muffins (baking powder, baking soda, barley, eggs, ginger, honey, yogurt, milk, oat bran, raisins, vegetable oil, wheat bran, flour, wheat germ)
Alan Veingrad's Beef Kebabs With Marinade Recipe (garlic, vegetable oil, soy sauce, worcestershire sauce, dijon mustard, lemon juice, black pepper, sirloin steak, onions, green pepper, red pepper, yellow bell pepper, mushroom, cherry tomato)
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Alan Dexter was born on October 21, 1918 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA as Alan Pershing Dreeben. He was an actor, known for Paint Your Wagon (1969), Kiss ...