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The Jersey Pines And Some Friends Of Mine
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The Jersey Pines And Some Friends Of Mine. Andy Berlin (2). 0 0 0. Арии И Сцены Из Опер.

A friend of mine is a little more "distant" or non-specific about the person. Examples: My friend Kalinda lives in Washington. A friend of mine from college lives in Wash. There is no major difference in meaning between my friend and a friend of mine – only some subtle differences in usage. A friend of mine is a little more distant or non-specific about the person. A friend of mine from college lives in Washington. In the first sentence, we say the friend’s name – Kalinda. It’s more specific and more personal. In the second sentence, we don’t say the friend’s name if it’s not so important in the context of the conversation

Lyrics in some versions about "Joe Brown's coal mine" and "the Georgia line" may refer to Joseph E. Brown, a former Governor of Georgia, who famously leased convicts to operate coal mines in the 1870s. Lead Belly is often said to be the author of the song, .

The Andy Warhol Museum in his native city of Pittsburgh, which holds an extensive permanent collection of art and archives, is the largest museum in the United States dedicated to a single artist. Many of his creations are very collectible and highly valuable. Warhol's father worked in a coal mine. The family lived at 55 Beelen Street and later at 3252 Dawson Street in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh. The family was Ruthenian Catholic and attended St. John Chrysostom Byzantine Catholic Church. Andy Warhol had two older brothers-Pavol (Paul), the oldest, was born before the family emigrated; Ján was born in Pittsburgh. These people all participated in the Factory films, and some-like Berlin-remained friends with Warhol until his death.

4 friends, while on their way to Atlantic City for a weekend of fun, take a detour through The Pine Barrens of New Jersey.

Friend of mine" is more like a direct object  . Of mine" is a prepositional phrase that specifies whose friend he is. So the key difference here is that you use the phrase "my friend" when want to refer to the person in question; whereas, you use the phrase "friend of mine" when you want to describe the person in question. Two exceptions: 1 - When you want to refer to someone and describe that person at the same time. For example, "I said the very same thing to a friend of mine. But this is a weak distinction and probably not everyone will agree.

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A friend of mine is getting married. not 'a friends of me') We went on holiday with some friends of ours. not 'some friends of us') Michael had an argument with a neighbour of his. It was a good idea of yours to go swimming this afternoon. In the same way we say 'a friend of Tom's', 'a friend of my sister's' et. It was a good idea of Tom's to go swimming. That woman over there is a friend of my sister's. Vera and George would like to have their own house. not 'an own house') It's a pity that the flat hasn't got its own entrance. It's my own fault that I've got no money.


A1 The Jersey Pines And Some Friends Of Mine 4:32
A2 You Were There 2:54
A3 The Power Of Love 2:22
A4 Home 3:58
A5 Carolina Shrug 3:05
B1 When 3:43
B2 Northbound Train 1:55
B3 Welcome Home 2:57
B4 Jason 4:04
B5 Money 2:50
B6 I'd Like To Thank You 3:40

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  • Recorded At – The Demo Shack, Mays Landing, NJ


  • Producer, Recorded By, Mixed By, Arranged By – Dennis McCorkle
  • Written By – Andy Berlin