Patterns is an album by jazz vibraphonist Bobby Hutcherson, released on the Blue Note label. Although recorded in 1968, the album was not released until 1980. A Time to Go" was composed by James Spaulding as a tribute to Martin Luther King, "Effi" was composed by Stanley Cowell as a dedication to his wife, and the remaining pieces were composed by Joe Chambers. All tracks by Joe Chambers, unless otherwise noted. A Time to Go" (Spaulding) - 5:44.
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Electric Youth (album). Studio album by Debbie Gibson. As with Out of the Blue, all tracks were written by Gibson, and she single-handedly produced six of the tracks. The album, like her first, contained mainly bubblegum-pop songs, though other, more mature styles were touched upon. Electric Youth spawned four singles, the first being the biggest charting single of her career-"Lost In Your Eyes," which held on the Billboard Hot 100 for 3 weeks.
This applies to the Iranian youth as well. Shirin Ebadi quotes at AZquotes. the Iranian youth need more freedom. They are struggling for more freedom and democracy. This commands great respect.
idealistic themselves, and, because I only went with it when it was mutual, or largely mutual (most of the time – and unlike Romeo), it meant that when I did get serious with someone, we ended up having a pretty astonishingly beautiful time, creating incredibly beautiful moments, writing beautiful letters, expressing poetic sentiments, et. That’s kind of the track for the less-idealistic college people – who, it should be said, still often start out at age 18 being very idealistic: being able to discuss philosophy, or religion, or other big life questions with the best of them: I know, my friends who later went into engineering or business used to be able to talk like this
Mr Slat's idealistic venture has received the support of many powerful people, including Mr Marc Benioff, the head of Salesforce. Indeed, it was in the office of Salesforce where I met him, together with Mr Peter Schwartz, a well-known futurist who is an old friend of Singapore. Mr Slat wanted to meet me because he also has a plan to clean up the Strait of Malacca. The idealism paradox. A column like this cannot possibly answer why our youth tend to be less idealistic. It could be due to the strong prevailing culture of pragmatism. It could be the overwhelming pressure from Singapore parents on their children to make sensible and practical life decisions, like focusing on good vocational training, whether it be in polytechnics or in practical courses in universities. Singapore parents believe that the best way to help their children is to encourage them to be sensible early.
- Bass – Bill Sass
- Drums – J.W. Eidson, Max Kuhl
- Guitar, Vocals – Phil Cusimano
- Songwriter – Bill Sass, Phil Cusimano