Some articles on sleeps:
... The music video for "Sleeps with Butterflies" was directed by Laurent Briet, who has also worked with Radiohead and the Red Hot Chili Peppers ... in his music videos are largely influenced by illustrators his interpretation of the video for "Sleeps with Butterflies" attests to that with the ... For the "Sleeps with Butterflies" video, Amos remains mostly stationary, standing, sitting, or lying down, and Kato's work was digitally recreated around Amos, incorporating her as the subject of each frame ...
... Sleeps Like a Curse is the second full length album by The Panics, released on 8 August 2005 by littleBIGMAN Records ... The songs on Sleeps like a Curse were written and demoed in Manchester, England in 2004 following a series of overseas shows ... radio station Triple J nominated Sleeps Like a Curse for its 2005 J Award ...
... when it had licensed the use of The Lion Sleeps Tonight ... payment for past uses of The Lion Sleeps Tonight and an entitlement to future royalties from its worldwide use ... • The Lion Sleeps Tonight is acknowledged as derived from Mbube ...
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... Sleeps With Angels is the twenty-second studio album by Canadian musician Neil Young, his sixth with Crazy Horse, released on the Warner Bros ... As a result, Sleeps With Angels ended up more than reminiscent of Tonight's the Night the album is practically a (more sober) 1990s update of the ... Sleeps With Angels is the only Neil Young album on which he plays the flute ...
Famous quotes containing the word sleeps:
“A thinking woman sleeps with monsters.”
—Adrienne Rich (b. 1929)
“Be mine the tomb that swallowed up Pharaoh and all his hosts; let me lie down with Drake, where he sleeps in the sea.”
—Herman Melville (18191891)
“The night discharged of all care
Where wine may bear no sovereignty;
The chaste wife wise, without debate;
Such sleeps as may beguile the night;
Contented with thine own estate;
Neither wish death, nor fear his might.”
—Martial (Marcus Valerius Martialus)