Some articles on yellow brick road, bricks, road, brick:
... from Kansas to tornado to the meeting the characters on the yellow brick road to Oz ... the park was saved such as parts of the yellow brick road, some munchkin houses, and some of the later costumes ... The Yellow Brick Road has a few of its 44,000 bricks missing but once again takes visitors through the Enchanted Forest and Poppy Field ...
... Goodbye Yellow Brick Road gained instant critical acclaim and topped the chart on both sides of the Atlantic, remaining at Number 1 for two months ... the Jets", along with the popular and praised "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road", "Candle in the Wind", "Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting", "Funeral for a Friend/Love Lies Bleeding" and "Grey ... the making, recording, and popularity of Goodbye Yellow Brick Road through concert and home video footage including interviews ...
... July 1926 in Queen Mary's Hospital, Stratford, West Ham, Essex), and grew up at 43 Cranmer Road, Forest Gate, West Ham, Essex ... provided a behind the scenes look at the writing and recording of "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road," including interviews with John, Taupin and band members including Nigel Olsson and Dee Murray, as well as John's mother ... licensed for the Eagle Vision Classic Albums series "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road" documentary.) During the filming, Forbes formed a close friendship with John and Taupin, which led him to do ...
... Visitors could take a walk down the Yellow Brick Road, "experience" the cyclone which struck Dorothy's house, and visit with the Scarecrow, Tin Woodman, the Cowardly Lion, and of course, the Wicked ... The Yellow Brick Road led (inevitably) to a show at the Emerald City where the characters met with the Wizard ... The musical score sung by the characters on the Yellow Brick Road and at Emerald City was composed by notables Alec Wilder and North Carolina native Loonis McGlohon (with the exception of E.Y ...
... Brick was established in 1977 in London, Ontario, as a book review section in the literary magazine Applegarth's Folly, itself a product of the publishing house Applegarth Follies ... Brick soon detached from its parent magazine (which ceased to exist by the second issue of Brick) and Dragland began sharing editorial duties with Jean McKay ... own publishing house, Nairn, which became Brick/Nairn in 1979, and eventually Brick Books in 1981 ...
Famous quotes containing the words road, yellow and/or brick:
“The only road to the highest stations in this country is that of the law.”
—William Jones (17461794)
called Wormwood rose and flickered, shattering
bent light over the dead boiling up in the ground,
the biting yellow their corrupted lives
streaming to war, denying all our words.”
—Muriel Rukeyser (19131980)
“Follow the yellow brick road.”
—E.Y. Harburg (18981981)