Reflections - Music


  • The Reflections, a 1960s musical group
  • Reflections, a solo project of Clint Newsom, guitarist and singer of the American rock band Rhythm of Black Lines
  • Reflections Records, a primarily hardcore record label based in Arnhem, The Netherlands
  • Reflections (Steve Lacy album), 1959
  • Reflections (Terry Knight and the Pack album), 1967
  • Reflections (The Supremes album), 1968
  • Reflections (Manos Hatzidakis album), 1970
  • Reflections (The 5th Dimension album), 1971
  • Reflections (Jerry Garcia album), 1976
  • Reflections (Andy Williams album), 1977
  • Reflections (Chet Atkins and Doc Watson album), 1980
  • Reflections, a Gil Scott-Heron album, 1981
  • Reflections (Rick James album), 1984
  • Reflections (Hariharan album), 1988
  • Reflections (Debby Boone album), 1989
  • Reflections (Bobo Stenson album), 1995
  • Reflections (After 7 album), 1995
  • Reflections (The Carpenters album), 1998
  • Reflections (Apocalyptica album), 2003
  • Reflections (B.B. King album), 2003
  • Reflections (Paul van Dyk album), 2003
  • Reflections (Sandra album), 2006
  • Reflections (A Retrospective), a 2006 greatest hits album by Mary J. Blige
  • Reflections (Graham Nash album), 2009
  • Reflections (Kurt Rosenwinkel album), 2009
  • Reflections (S.E.X. Appeal album), 2010
  • Reflections (Candice Night album), 2011
  • "Reflections" (The Supremes song), 1967
  • "Reflections (Care Enough)", a 2001 single by Mariah Carey

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    It was a poetic recreation to watch those distant sails steering for half-fabulous ports, whose very names are a mysterious music to our ears.... It is remarkable that men do not sail the sea with more expectation. Nothing was ever accomplished in a prosaic mood.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Yankee Doodle, keep it up,
    Yankee Doodle, dandy,
    Mind the music and the step,
    And with the girls be handy.
    Richard Shuckburg (1756–1818)

    Slow, slow, fresh fount, keep time with my salt tears;
    Yet slower yet, oh faintly gentle springs:
    List to the heavy part the music bears,
    “Woe weeps out her division when she sings.”
    Droop herbs and flowers;
    Fall grief in showers;
    “Our beauties are not ours”:
    Oh, I could still,
    Like melting snow upon some craggy hill,
    Drop, drop, drop, drop,
    Since nature’s pride is, now, a withered daffodil.
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