Alex Harvey

Alex Harvey may refer to:

  • Alex Harvey (musician) (1935–1982), Scottish musician
  • Alex Harvey (skier) (born 1988), Canadian cross-country skier
  • Alex Harvey (film & TV director), British film & TV director

Other articles related to "alex harvey, alex":

Soldier On The Wall - Personnel - Additional Personnel
... Viv Ratcliffe - Front cover Charles Daykin - Artwork Alex Harvey Zal Cleminson Chris Glen Ted McKenna The first albums Alex Harvey and His Soul Band The Blues Roman Wall Blues The Joker is Wild The Sensational Alex ...
Canada At The 2010 Winter Olympics - Cross-country Skiing
... The team consisted of Ivan Babikov, George Grey, Alex Harvey, Devon Kershaw, Stefan Kuhn, Brian McKeever, 2006 gold medalist Chandra Crawford, Daria Gaiazova, Perianne Jones, 2006 silver medalist Sara. 40 George Grey 15 km freestyle 3513.0 30 ... km pursuit 11532.0 50 ... km classic 20618.1 18 Alex Harvey 15 km freestyle 3455.6 30 ... km pursuit 11543.0 50 ... km classic 21049.9 32 Gordon Jewett 15 km freestyle 3617.9 ...
Loch Ness Monster In Popular Culture - Music
... The Sensational Alex Harvey Band wrote a song based on the Loch Ness Monster called "Water Beastie", which can be heard on their 1978 album Rock Drill ... The previous year frontman Alex Harvey recorded and released a spoken-word album, Alex Harvey Presents The Loch Ness Monster, after spending a summer at Invermoriston and interviewing locals about the Monster ...
Soldier On The Wall
... Soldier on the Wall is the third and final album that was recorded by Alex Harvey after The Sensational Alex Harvey Band ... This album was released shortly after Alex Harvey's death ...

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    Called on one occasion to a homestead cabin whose occupant had been found frozen to death, Coroner Harvey opened the door, glanced in, and instantly pronounced his verdict, “Deader ‘n hell!”
    —For the State of Nebraska, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)

    My smiling child
    Named for a noble ancestor
    Great hunter or warrior
    You will be one day.
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    But always I will remember you thus.
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