Some articles on company, time, recording:
... 1889 Bundy Manufacturing Company incorporated. 1891 Computing Scale Company incorporated. 1893 Dey Patents Company (Dey Time Registers) incorporated ...
... Maurice Gibb explained "You Win Again" in a May 2001 interview with Mojo magazine "When we get together and write it's not like three individuals it's like one person in the room, Usually we have a book of titles and we just pick one ... I loved 'You Win Again' as a title, but we had no idea how it might turn out as a song ...
... In August 2008, it was announced that a pre-recording for QPAST was made with guitars, bass and drums ... Shortly thereafter, recording of QPAST began with Tomas Asklund recording drum tracks in Monolith Studio ... During this period Infernus also recorded the guitars, "manually recording six basic guitars" ...
... The Bundy Manufacturing Company was a 19th-century American manufacturer of timekeeping devices that went through a series of mergers, eventually becoming part of ... The company was founded by the Bundy brothers ... family later moved to Auburn, New York, where he worked as a jeweler and invented a time clock in 1888 ...
... on their Twitter account that they began recording their fifth album on June 23, 2010 ... announced via their official website that they have begun the process of recording a new album ... We will be writing and recording it in San Francisco for the next month and a half and are hoping for an early 2011 release ...
Famous quotes containing the words company, time and/or recording:
“Men with secrets tend to be drawn to each other, not because they want to share what they know but because they need the company of the like-minded, the fellow afflicted.”
—Don Delillo (b. 1926)
“He said Next time can I bring my friend?
And I thought Does he mean friend?
And I thought Yes he does mean friend.
Which was quite bold in those days.
It was the Dark Ages. Men and men.
And they could still put you in prison for it.
And did, dear.”
—Alan Bennett (b. 1934)
“Write while the heat is in you.... The writer who postpones the recording of his thoughts uses an iron which has cooled to burn a hole with. He cannot inflame the minds of his audience.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)