• Does anyone know where i can get the official top 40 of 2007?

    Best answer: Try this http://www.mininova.org/tor/1077077 Hope this helps. LoL
    Best answer: Try this http://www.mininova.org/tor/1077077 Hope this helps. LoL
    1 answer · Other - Music · 1 decade ago
  • Big Band???

    The "Big Band Jazz" or "Swing" grew out of the jazz and dance bands in America.at the start of the 20th century and was a progression from the smaller jazz groups which generally used only one of each instrument. The Bigger bands tended to use more arranged music and the use of larger sections within the band - Three trumpets,... show more
    The "Big Band Jazz" or "Swing" grew out of the jazz and dance bands in America.at the start of the 20th century and was a progression from the smaller jazz groups which generally used only one of each instrument. The Bigger bands tended to use more arranged music and the use of larger sections within the band - Three trumpets, trombones and saxophones, etc. Fletcher Henderson is a prime example. Paul Whiteman was one of the best known white "Big Band" leaders in the 1920s (Bing Crosby was one of a vocal trio with Whiteman's orchestra - The Rhythm Boys)) Many famous jazz musicians started, or rose to fame with Whiteman - such as "Bix" Beiderbecke, Frankie Trumbauer, Jack Teagarden and even Benny Goodman.himself. Many band musicians played together in small groups before forming their own bands and as time went on their music was heard on radio, in dance halls and in theatres. The ffilm "Cotton Club" is a good indicator of the kind of music that became popular at that time. Look out also for the films "The Benny Goodman Story" "The Gene Krupa Story" and "The Glenn Miller Story". The Cotton Club was where Duke Ellington' s band was featured and later the band of Cab Calloway both Black musicians. "Big Band Jazz" became popular by the mid 1930s with many of the musicians from the earlier groups forming their own bands. Here is a list of some other American Big Bands:. Artie Shaw,The Dorsey Brothers (Jimmy & Tommy together and separately),Lionel Hampton, Glenn Miller, Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Stan Kenton, Gill Evans(Canadian) Ray Anthony, Charlie Barnett, Harry James, Louis Armstrong also led a Big Band in the 1930s but due to the cost of putting such a large outfit "on the road" the size of the bands became smaller And some British ones (which mostly played dance music but had some good "Jazzers" within their ranks):Nat Gonella, Harry Roy, Ambrose, Billy Cotton, Roy Fox, Jack Jackson, Jack Hylton,, The Squadronaires, Ted Heath. An up-to-date Big Band is the excellent BBC BIG BAND Ther are many more I could mention but I hope this is enough for now!.
    7 answers · Jazz · 1 decade ago
  • How to translate english sentence to romanian sentence?

    Try the web site EnglishRomanian.com
    Try the web site EnglishRomanian.com
    7 answers · Words & Wordplay · 1 decade ago
  • How can I find WWII female Singers (jazz, cabaret)?

    I suppose the obvious would have to be Vera Lynn, Anne Shelton, etc.from Britain but there are lots of others especially those from America - many of whom were/still are popular such as Ella Fitzgerald, Dinah Washington, Teresa Brewer and a personal favourite if mine - Keely Smith who often sang with her husband New Orleans band leader Louis Prima... show more
    I suppose the obvious would have to be Vera Lynn, Anne Shelton, etc.from Britain but there are lots of others especially those from America - many of whom were/still are popular such as Ella Fitzgerald, Dinah Washington, Teresa Brewer and a personal favourite if mine - Keely Smith who often sang with her husband New Orleans band leader Louis Prima - check her out on YouTube!
    4 answers · Jazz · 1 decade ago
  • Whats a garland?

    A garland is a band, or chain, of flowers, foliage, and leaves; it may be joined at the ends to form a circle (wreath), worn on the head (chaplet), or draped in loops (festoon or swag). Garlands have been a part of religious ritual and tradition from ancient time.
    A garland is a band, or chain, of flowers, foliage, and leaves; it may be joined at the ends to form a circle (wreath), worn on the head (chaplet), or draped in loops (festoon or swag). Garlands have been a part of religious ritual and tradition from ancient time.
    9 answers · Poetry · 1 decade ago
  • What is Bill werbenik doing nowadays?

    Best answer: He is trying to figure out how to spell "Billybonzobones" But seriously - Former world snooker champion Cliff Thorburn led the tributes to fellow Canadian Bill Werbeniuk, who has died of heart failure at the age of 56 on 22nd January 2003)
    Best answer: He is trying to figure out how to spell "Billybonzobones" But seriously - Former world snooker champion Cliff Thorburn led the tributes to fellow Canadian Bill Werbeniuk, who has died of heart failure at the age of 56 on 22nd January 2003)
    10 answers · Polls & Surveys · 1 decade ago
  • Who was Jack the lad?

    Best answer: Jack the Lad is a confident and not very serious young man who behaves as he wants to without thinking about other people.
    Best answer: Jack the Lad is a confident and not very serious young man who behaves as he wants to without thinking about other people.
    6 answers · Other - Society & Culture · 1 decade ago
  • How many episodes of Band of Brothers were made?

    Best answer: Band of Brothers is a 10-part television miniseries set during World War II, co-produced by Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks. The miniseries first aired in 2001 on HBO and still runs frequently on different TV channels around the world.
    Best answer: Band of Brothers is a 10-part television miniseries set during World War II, co-produced by Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks. The miniseries first aired in 2001 on HBO and still runs frequently on different TV channels around the world.
    3 answers · Drama · 1 decade ago
  • Black & white film starring david niven.plane gets shot down but the angel of death misses him has a trial?

    Hope this helps!The film is "A Matter of Life And Death" - shot mainly in colour but the trial sequence was in monochrome for dramatic effect.
    Hope this helps!The film is "A Matter of Life And Death" - shot mainly in colour but the trial sequence was in monochrome for dramatic effect.
    6 answers · Movies · 1 decade ago
  • How do you get a car radio out of a car?

    You'll need a special tool available at Halfords or car accessory shop. The tool is like a small rod that is pushed into holes at the front of the radio causing spring loaded clips in the housing to be released and allowing the whole unit to be pulled forward. (P.S. The thieves don;t bother about not damaging the fascia and so removal is... show more
    You'll need a special tool available at Halfords or car accessory shop. The tool is like a small rod that is pushed into holes at the front of the radio causing spring loaded clips in the housing to be released and allowing the whole unit to be pulled forward. (P.S. The thieves don;t bother about not damaging the fascia and so removal is comparatively easy for them.) Hope this helps!
    12 answers · Car Audio · 1 decade ago
  • What are mark sense scanners?

    Best answer: Optical mark recognition is the process of capturing data by contrasting reflectivity at predetermined positions on a page. By shining a beam of light onto the document the scanner is able to detect a marked area because it reflects less light than an unmarked surface. Some OMR devices use forms which are preprinted onto... show more
    Best answer: Optical mark recognition is the process of capturing data by contrasting reflectivity at predetermined positions on a page. By shining a beam of light onto the document the scanner is able to detect a marked area because it reflects less light than an unmarked surface. Some OMR devices use forms which are preprinted onto 'Transoptic' paper and measure the amount of light which passes through the paper, thus a mark on either side of the paper will reduce the amount of light passing through the paper. Mark-sense ballots are a form of Australian secret ballot designed so that the ballot may be machine counted.,first used in 1858. On the classic Australian ballot, the voting targets were either square boxes or circles next to the name of each candidate, and the prescribed mark was an X. When designed for use with optical mark-sense scanners, the target is typically an oval or a broken arrow, and the prescribed mark is either a blot filling the oval or a line connecting the two halves of the broken arrow. Hope this helps!
    1 answer · Scanners · 1 decade ago
  • What is the best way to paint all the wall without putting the paint on the ceiling?

    use a brush to paint carefully along the top of the wall to form a border then use a roller to do the rest of the wall
    use a brush to paint carefully along the top of the wall to form a border then use a roller to do the rest of the wall
    14 answers · Decorating & Remodeling · 1 decade ago
  • Why don't people drive two-wheelers in uk?

    I do! I take it that by " two-wheelers" you mean bicycles. Lots of us do, particularly in university towns such as Cambridge
    I do! I take it that by " two-wheelers" you mean bicycles. Lots of us do, particularly in university towns such as Cambridge
    10 answers · Commuting · 1 decade ago
  • Which tool will be more useful in prying open a stuck cover on a can of paint?

    A long handle will provide more leverage but care must be taken to avoid the point slipping - This could result in injury to your hand or arm. A good idea is to place the side of a trowel under the rim of the lid and try to pry the lid up while holding the top with a gloved hand or a thick cloth. Hope this is of some help to you - Good luck! show more
    A long handle will provide more leverage but care must be taken to avoid the point slipping - This could result in injury to your hand or arm. A good idea is to place the side of a trowel under the rim of the lid and try to pry the lid up while holding the top with a gloved hand or a thick cloth. Hope this is of some help to you - Good luck!
    23 answers · Physics · 1 decade ago
  • M i 5, what does it stand for?

    The Security Service, commonly known as MI5 (Military Intelligence, Section 5)
    The Security Service, commonly known as MI5 (Military Intelligence, Section 5)
    8 answers · Drama · 1 decade ago
  • I can't get any sound out of my head phone socket.The speakers are fine. Can any one help please.?

    Best answer: The headphone socket may be faulty-but if it is not then the most likely cause of "No Sound" is that the plug is not fully inserted into the socket. Make sure that it is inserted firmly. Hope this helps!
    Best answer: The headphone socket may be faulty-but if it is not then the most likely cause of "No Sound" is that the plug is not fully inserted into the socket. Make sure that it is inserted firmly. Hope this helps!
    7 answers · Other - Hardware · 1 decade ago
  • ¿If it is possible, somebody could get me the vocal score of?

    Mama is a queen and Papa is a king So I am a princess (and) I know it But court etiquette is a dull dreary thing I just hate it all and I show it To sing on the stage that's the one life for me My figure's just like Tetrazzini I know I'd win fame if I sang in Bohéme That opera by Signor Puccini I’ve roulades and the trills That... show more
    Mama is a queen and Papa is a king So I am a princess (and) I know it But court etiquette is a dull dreary thing I just hate it all and I show it To sing on the stage that's the one life for me My figure's just like Tetrazzini I know I'd win fame if I sang in Bohéme That opera by Signor Puccini I’ve roulades and the trills That would send the cold chills Down the backs of all hearers of my vocal frills Aah-aah-aah-aah-aah-aah-aah-aah-aah-aaaa... I long to be a prima donna, donna, donna I long to shine upon the stage I have the embonpoint To become a queen of song And my figure would look pretty as a page I want to be a screechy peachy cantatrice Like other plump girls that I see I hate society I hate propriety Art is calling for me I'm in the elite and men sigh at my feet Still I do not fancy my position I have not much use for the men that I meet I quite burn with lyric ambition Those tenors so sweet If they made love to me I'd be a success, that I do know And Melba I’d oust if I once sang in Faust That opera so charming by Gounod Girls would be on the brink Of hysterics, I think Even strong men would have to go out for a drink I long to be a prima donna, donna, donna I long to shine upon the stage With my avoirdupois And my tra la la la la I would be the chief sensation of the age I long to hear them shouting: "Viva" to the Diva Oh, very lovely that must be That's what I'm dying for That's what I'm sighing for Art is calling for me
    2 answers · Celebrities · 1 decade ago
  • Has anybawdy heer notised that the levle ov speeling is teribol.?

    "Perzackirly"
    "Perzackirly"
    38 answers · Polls & Surveys · 1 decade ago
  • Are humans the only creatures that can smile?

    Have you not heard of the Cheshire Cat?
    Have you not heard of the Cheshire Cat?
    40 answers · Anthropology · 1 decade ago
  • Do you know what this phrase means?

    From 'Not Another Teen Movie': meaning 'time to talk to you' apparently. 'Jake? I need some t to the fourth power y.' 'What?' 'Ugh, some time to talk to you.'
    From 'Not Another Teen Movie': meaning 'time to talk to you' apparently. 'Jake? I need some t to the fourth power y.' 'What?' 'Ugh, some time to talk to you.'
    7 answers · Movies · 1 decade ago