High Life

Some articles on high life, life:

Back In The High Life - Charts
... Comes" Mainstream Rock Tracks 1986 ... "Back in the High Life Again" Adult Contemporary 1987 ... "Back in the High Life Again" Billboard Hot 1987 ... "Back in the High Life Again ...
Formica Blues - Track Listing - UK Bonus Disc
... Aloof remix) "Silicone" (Les Rythmes Digitales remix) "Slimcea Girl" (Fat Boy vocal) "High Life" (Next Century Short dub) "Silicone" (Mr ... Scruff remix) "Life in Mono" (Propellerheads Sweat Band mix) "Slimcea Girl" (Sol Brothers London dub remix) "High Life" (187 Lockdown Low Life dub) "Life in Mono" (Banana Republic Urban dub ...
John Du Prez - Modern Romance (1981-83)
... made a significant dent in the UK charts with the following singles Best Years of Our Lives #4, High Life #8, Don't Stop That Crazy Rhythm #14, Walking in the Rain #7, and Good Friday #96 ... horns featured on nearly every track, from the party songs Best Years of Our Lives and High Life to the salsa tunes Everybody Salsa and Ay Ay Ay Ay Moosey to ... Du Prez and Modern Romance performed their hit single, High Life, on the Russell Harty Television Show in 1983, with Cleo Rocos as backing vocalist ...
Windell Middlebrooks - Career
... Middlebrooks has worked on The Suite Life on Deck, Hannah Montana, My Name is Earl, and Chocolate News ... He is best known for his Miller High Life beer ads, playing a delivery person who — if he considers the situation to be adverse to "the high life" (such ...
Back In The High Life
... Back in the High Life is the fourth solo album by English rock musician Steve Winwood ... the singles chart and won the Grammy Award for "Record of the Year" "Back in the High Life Again" (US #13), "The Finer Things" (US #8, the second biggest hit ... Love", and James Taylor in "Back in the High Life Again" ...

Famous quotes containing the words life and/or high:

    And all the great traditions of the Past
    They saw reflected in the coming time.

    And thus forever with reverted look
    The mystic volume of the world they read,
    Spelling it backward, like a Hebrew book,
    Till life became a Legend of the Dead.
    Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1809–1882)

    Everything tends to make us believe that there exists a certain point of the mind at which life and death, the real and the imagined, past and future, the communicable and the incommunicable, high and low, cease to be perceived as contradictions.
    André Breton (1896–1966)