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Brown Album is the fifth studio album by the American rock band Primus. It was released on July 8, 1997. It was the band's first album with new drummer Bryan "Brain" Mantia, who replaced former drummer Tim Alexander. The album has received a mixed reception from critics and fans. Brown Album was the first Primus release to not feature drummer Tim Alexander and the first to feature Bryan "Brain" Mantia.
Black, Brown and Beige is a 1958 jazz album by Duke Ellington and his orchestra, featuring Mahalia Jackson. The album is a recording of a revised version of Ellington's Black, Brown and Beige suite. After a disappointing critical response to its first performance in 1943, Ellington divided the three-part suite into six shorter sections, leaving in "Come Sunday" and "Work Song", and it is this version that is recorded here. All tracks by Duke Ellington.
George Rufus Brown (May 12, 1898 – January 22, 1983) was a prominent Houston entrepreneur. Brown led Brown & Root Inc. to become one of the largest construction companies in the world and helped to foster the political career of Lyndon B. Johnson. The George R. Brown Convention Center and the George R. Brown School of Engineering of Rice University are both named in honor of him.
John George Brown (November 11, 1831, Durham, England – February 8, 1913, New York City) was a British citizen and an American painter who specialized in genre scenes. His parents apprenticed him to the career of glass worker at the age of fourteen in an attempt to dissuade him from pursuing painting.
George Brown, Baron George-Brown. George Alfred Brown, Baron George-Brown, PC (2 September 1914 – 2 June 1985) was a British Labour politician who served as Deputy Leader of the Labour Party from 1960 to 1970 and also in several Cabinet posts, including Foreign Secretary during the Labour government of the 1960s. He was a leader of the Labour Party's trade union right wing, and an effective election campaigner.
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Details of Continuing Education Arts and Design area of interest offered at George Brown College in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. In this area of interest, find ways to express your artistic passions while building your talents in creative technologies. Explore graphic and web design principles – as well as the latest tools and applications – with our digital design and development offerings. Have a flair for fashion? Learn to imagine and produce fabulous garments, or branch out into other industry areas such as merchandising, image consulting, jewellery and millinery.
George Brown was a pseudonym used by Billy Hill (born July 14, 1899, Boston, Massachusetts, USA – died December 24, 1940, Boston, Massachusetts, USA) an American songwriter, violinist, and pianist. Perhaps his best known work is "The Glory Of Love" recorded by Benny Goodman in 1936. Inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1970.
John George Brown (American, 1831-1913). Around 1855, Brown worked for the owner of the Brooklyn Glass Company, and later he married the daughter of his employer. His father-in-law encouraged his artistic abilities, supporting him financially, letting Brown pursue painting full-time. In 1866, he became one of the charter members of the Watercolor Society, of which he was president from 1887 to 1904. art reading John George Brown American. Mothers and daughters, wives and sisters, remember that you have the making of the future of this great country, and rise at once to your high and holy duty. Remember that you must make that future, whether you will or not. We are all what you make us. Ah!
James Brown and the Famous Flames at the Apollo, New York, in 1964. Photograph: Michael Ochs Archives/Corbis. Please, Please, Please was James Brown and the Famous Flames’ first single, released in 1956 by Federal. And there, from the outset, is that voice: torrid, strident, awash with powerful emotion. The song is raw and special, and it became a sleeper hit – yet one that the Famous Flames would struggle to follow up – eventually reaching No 6 on the Billboard R&B chart. This phenomenal LP spearheaded a change in the perception of black musicians being only singles rather than album artists. Yet it would be another two years before the musician started living up to his initial promise as regards the Billboard chart.