Some articles on dire straits, mark:
... Miracle was recorded in London and produced by Dire Straits guitarist Mark Knopfler, who also co-wrote the song “Spanish Jack” with DeVille ... Dire Straits keyboardist Guy Fletcher, like Knopfler, played on all songs ... DeVille told Leap in the Dark It was Mark (Knopfler’s) wife Lourdes who came up with the idea (to record Miracle) ...
... Mark Knopfler - lead vocals, guitar (1977–1995) John Illsley - bass guitar, backing vocals (1977–1995) Alan Clark - keyboards (1980–1995) Guy ...
... Fire (Man in Motion)" John Parr September 21 "Money for Nothing" Dire Straits September 28 "Money for Nothing" Dire Straits October 5 "Money for Nothing" Dire Straits October 12 "Mon ...
... Mark Knopfler's first solo album, Golden Heart, featuring the UK single "Darling Pretty", was released in March 1996 ... featuring Knopfler's old bandmate Guy Fletcher on keyboards, and has lasted much longer than any Dire Straits line-up ... Also in 1996, Mark Knopfler recorded guitar for Ted Christopher's Dunblane massacre tribute cover of "Knocking on Heaven's Door" ...
... Having disbanded Dire Straits, Mark Knopfler started his career as a solo artist, releasing his first solo album Golden Heart in March 1996 after nearly 20 years of ... During that same year, the entire Dire Straits catalogue was remastered by Bob Ludwig and re-released on CD on Mercury Records, in most of the world outside the United States ... In 2002, Mark Knopfler was joined by John Illsley, Guy Fletcher, Danny Cummings and Chris White for four charity concerts ...
Famous quotes containing the words mark, dire and/or straits:
“I pray that Allah may be moved
To drop sleep on her eyes because she loved.”
—Unknown. The Thousand and One Nights.
AWP. Anthology of World Poetry, An. Mark Van Doren, ed. (Rev. and enl. Ed., 1936)
“An Austrian army, awfully arrayd,
Boldly by battery besiege Belgrade;
Cossack commanders cannonading come,
Deal devastations dire destructive doom;”
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“Men would never be superstitious, if they could govern all their circumstances by set rules, or if they were always favoured by fortune: but being frequently driven into straits where rules are useless, and being often kept fluctuating pitiably between hope and fear by the uncertainty of fortunes greedily coveted favours, they are consequently for the most part, very prone to credulity.”