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- Barenaked Ladies (often abbreviated BNL or occasionally BnL) is a Canadian alternative rock band. The band is currently composed of Jim Creeggan, Kevin Hearn, Ed Robertson, and Tyler Stewart.
- A T-shirt (T shirt or tee) is a shirt which is pulled on over the head to cover most of a person's torso. A T-shirt is usually buttonless and collarless, with a round neck and short sleeves.
- jersey: a close-fitting pullover shirt
- T Shirt is a 1976 album by Loudon Wainwright III. Unlike his earlier records, this (and the subsequent 'Final Exam') saw Wainwright adopt a full blown rock band (Slowtrain) - though there are acoustic songs on T-Shirt, including a talking blues.
- A short-sleeved casual top, generally made of cotton, having the shape of a T when spread out flat
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All In Good Time
Limited Canadian pressing includes bonus T-Shirt plus bonus tracks. 2010 album from the acclaimed multi-platinum Canadian Pop-Rock group, their first without co-vocalist Steven Page. Since their inception, they have racked up eight Juno awards and multiple Grammy nominations, sold more than 14 million albums worldwide, written a plethora of hit singles and amassed an international fanbase whose members number in the millions. All In Good Time, their 11th studio album was produced by longtime collaborator Michael Phillip Wojewoda and mixed by Bob Clearmountain.
A year ago. Toward the end of the holidays. I decided I was gonna make CD's to send as Christmas cards this year(since I sent none last year)... For the next 10 months. The idea kept knocking around my brain. In my head, the core song selection was made. Occasionally I would note down a particular order I felt certain songs should be placed. In connection with other songs. On paper, it always looked pretty good. With H'ween season approaching. I decided it was time to put things in motion. I knew where most of the music would come from... Bruce has the most extensive X-mas selection of anyone I know. Even though there were a few choices we could not find... with the exception of the Perry Como song(I liked my version better then his). Pretty much every song is from his collection... or both. I did however feel the need to purchase the Eagles "Please Come Home For Christmas". It was the one song I was not willing to go without... it has that "Blue Christmas" feel to it. Only I like it more. Plus, I knew Bruce did not like the Elvis song at all... and some of these CD's are from both of us. The original idea came from me wanting a CD of just my faves. Ones I would never get tired of listening to. Then just expanded on it. Eventually the final selection was made. A few changes would be made along the way. Originally I thought Paul Young's version of "What X-mas means to me" would be song #2(song #1 was never in question)... but it paled next to Andy Williams. So off the list he went. Bruce Poo-pooed a "Hall & Oats" song I wanted to put after "The Barenaked Ladies". So they were replaced by Andy Griffith... he didn't like that selection either. But he apparently wasn't making a strong enough argument. So Mr. Griffith remained on the final cut. The slot next to "Barenaked Ladies" was probably the hardest to make. it's a little off beat in style and ends most horrifically. I decided "Go Tell it On The Mountain" worked good... still haven't convinced Bruce. But he sings along with it when it's on... ... in hind sight. A good "Peter,Paul, & Mary" song would have fit nicely. "Which we don't have"... I'm happy with Andy. How can anyone not like Andy? ;-) Then came hours upon hours of burning CD's. Keeping things organized enough so that the music got burned first, then the photo. Hopefully I didn't mess up. Having the sleeves made became the biggest obstacle. I wanting something that folded out with pics that I have taken over the past few years. Over all, I'm happy with how they turned out. But it was one delay after another with the printers. So what was originally to be mailed out by the first of the month. Ended up a week or so before Christmas... which may not be a bad thing. people seem to be more in the spirit of things by this point... though I have a couple of international friends who won't be getting these at all soon enough. Have I rambled on enough?... what you see in this picture is me putting the CD's together. Folding that many sleeves actually made my hands hurt... as you can see... I have a helper(Star) to make sure I'm doing it right. It's safe to say... I'm only doing this once... "Next year"? "Postcard sounds nice". ;-)
"If Only I was Beautiful... in Frames 7."
It's been one week since you looked at me Cocked your head to the side and said "I'm angry" Five days since you laughed at me saying "Get that together come back and see me" Three days since the living room I realized it's all my fault, but couldn't tell you Yesterday you'd forgiven me but it'll still be two days till I say I'm sorry How can I help it if I think you're funny when you're mad Trying hard not to smile though I feel bad I'm the kind of guy who laughs at a funeral Can't understand what I mean? Well, you soon will I have a tendency to wear my mind on my sleeve I have a history of taking off my shirt "One week." ~Barenaked ladies.
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This independent film was shot around the globe for 5 years it consists of 250 hours of footage, plus 800 fan and celebrity interviews. It features exclusive performances by the BareNaked Ladies singing "Rio" in an empty arena, Daniel Cartier singing "Save a Prayer" in the New York City Subway and of course Duran Duran themselves playing in Times Square and a sold out Wembley Stadium. There are few bands in music history whose followers are as legendary as Duran Duran fans. Something You Should Know uncovers a tribe of people, a pop culture phenomenon known as "Duranies" and is also a glimpse of the band's influence, the fans' behavior, and explains the band's relevance during the last 30 years. The film follows several individual fans as they celebrate the return of the original line up of the band and the rebirth of their teenage years. Throughout the film we are introduced to "Duranies" like "Durandy" an extraordinary memorabilia archivist and collector whose collection can be seen at the Rock and Roll Hall of fame. Also "Vader Vader", who may have the largest Duran T-shirt collection in the world and we also meet "Duranimal", a fan whose intense loyalty includes collecting used cigarettes butts, beer bottles, and a piece of a hot dog eaten by a band member in 1985. Also interwoven throughout the film are exclusive Duran Duran performances and interviews from fans whose careers who have been influenced by the band including Moby, Kelly Ripa, Carson Daly, BareNaked Ladies, Dido, Jonathan Davis of Korn, plus Adrian and Tony of No Doubt. Unlike any other fans in rock and roll, "Duranies" are fueled by the bands music, but have maintained a unique fan culture based on community, loyalty, and most of all enduring friendships.