People Speak

PeopleSpeak began in 1989 as a group of musicians writing tracks inspired by innovative Jazz-Fusion albums by Miles Davis, Weather Report, John Scofield and The Zawinul Syndicate.

By 1992 Miles Bould and Spencer Cozens had released their 1st record entitled PeopleSpeak with guest musicians: Andy Barron, Dave Lewis, Alan Thompson, Dave Heath and Dominic Miller.

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Carona, Switzerland - Demographics
... Most of the population (as of 2000) speaks Italian (69.8%), with German being second most common (21.0%) and English being third (4.0%) ... Of the Swiss national languages (as of 2000), 143 speak German, 19 people speak French, 475 people speak Italian ... The remainder (44 people) speak another language ...
Lamone - Demographics
... Most of the population (as of 2000) speaks Italian (86.4%), with German being second most common (4.3%) and Serbo-Croatian being third (2.7%) ... Of the Swiss national languages (as of 2000), 68 speak German, 21 people speak French, 1,351 people speak Italian, and 6 people speak Romansh ... The remainder (118 people) speak another language ...
The People Speak
... The People Speak is an online community of young people who want to get involved in global issues ... The community engages people of all ages and backgrounds in thoughtful discussions about the value of international cooperation for the United States and the world ... From September 1 to November 30 each year, The People Speak (TPS) partners organize thousands of events around the U.S ...
Sarganserland - Demographics
... Of the Swiss national languages (as of 2000), 31,401 speak German, 112 people speak French, 651 people speak Italian, and 157 people speak Romansh ... Of the adult population, 4,329 people or 12.2% of the population are between 20 and 29 years old. 5,722 people or 16.2% are between 30 and 39, 5,002 people or 14.2% are between 40 and 49, and 4,281 people or 12.1% are between 50 and 59 ...

Famous quotes containing the words speak and/or people:

    Speaking thick, which nature made his blemish,
    Became the accents of the valiant;
    For those that could speak low and tardily
    Would turn their own perfection to abuse
    To seem like him.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    Gold has a price, but people are priceless.
    Chinese proverb.