Yes, there is the great ‘70s exception: during the golden age of the album, he produced George Harrison, John Lennon, Leonard Cohen, and the Ramones - but he received these gigs on the strength of his early-‘60s productions, his jewel-like hits for the Crystals, the Ronettes, and the Righteous Brothers, among others. It’s hard to imagine American pop without He’s a Rebel, Be My Baby, or any number of his smash singles, but apart from his celebrated 1963 Christmas album, there was not one single album from this era that is considered a classic.
A Christmas Gift for You from Phil Spector (originally released as A Christmas Gift for You from Philles Records) is an album of Christmas songs, produced by Phil Spector, and originally released as Philles 45 in 1963. Spector treated a series of mostly secular Christmas standards to his "Wall of Sound" treatment, and the selections feature the vocal performances of Spector's regular artists during this period.
Can't wait for the photo album was such an absolutely fantastic day thanks to Phil Webb photography for his fantastic work and great vision thank u Phil highly recommended. Danielle Victoria Peters.
The people around me make me feel special. Disruptive, irreverant, anti-establishment, urban cowboy - my dog's called Darwin.
Directed by Sophie Elwin-Harris, Ian A. Hunt. With Jimmy Doherty, Chris van Tulleken, Liz Bonnin, Kate Bellingham. Jimmy Doherty and the team see how science taking place today will impact on all of us in the future. Beetles inspire new technologies, the latest scanner allows scientists to take a trip inside a shark, and ancient specimens are called into the battle to help prevent an extinction. Beetles inspire new technologies, the latest scanner allows scientists to take a trip. See full summary . Directors
The Future Collection is a collection of novellas, containing four new and two already published novellas. All of the novellas are set in the future, but apart from that they’re very different and contain many current topics and parallels to the world today. Definitely going to read her other works! Doctor-Patient Confidentiality.
Seven years after returning to the future, Phil receives a collection of Keely's journals from one of her decendents. While the journals convey a happily ever after, Phil can't help but wonder if everything was not as it seemed. Based on a earlier fanfic. Based upon the unaired Phil of the Future pilot, and unproduced scripts, drafts, promos and story ideas. Be brave, step inside the time machine and come along for the ride back to 2003. Rated: K+ - English - Chapters: 1 - Words: 11,793 - Favs: 3 - Follows: 1 - Published: 5/9/2015.
Future is certainly a prolific artist, though it is getting a bit excessive. Since 2011, he has released at least two projects every year, often three or more. His work ethic, long a point of personal pride, paid big dividends across an excellent mixtape trilogy ( Monster, Beast Mode, and 56 Nights ) in the run up to his commercial peak with Dirty Sprite 2 and his cash-in collaboration with Drake, What a Time to Be Alive. Since then, his music is either chasing those highs or stuck in cruise control. His new self-titled album is the first in a pair of projects released in a seven-day span. Perhaps for Future, prolificity is about excess, not just because it’s a flex, but because it always requires giving more of oneself-almost too much. Both nonstop motion and overindulgence are in his DNA. FUTURE, in many ways, unmasks Future: he’s a creature of habit.
|A2||It's So Hard To Wait|
|A3||20th Century Man|
|A4||Here's To The Queen|
|B1||Starting To Know You|