Echoes or echos may refer to:
- the plural of Echo (phenomenon)
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... The Mighty Echoes, an a cappella Doo Wop quartet from Los Angeles, CA ... The Echoes went on to appear on many TV shows including “Frank's Place”, “Family Matters”, “Brooklyn Bridge”, “Murphy Brown” a stint as Tony Danza's high school singing group on "Who's The Boss ... his book, American Singing Groups a History From 1940 to Today, Jay Warner calls the Echoes "the West Coast equivalent of the best East Coast A Cappella groups of the last ...
... The Midnight Meat Train, Public Radio International, NPR and Echoes Radio ... Alu's song "Circus Cosmos" was Echoes Radio Producer/Host John Diliberto's #1 Song of 2008 and her sophomore CD "Lobotomy Sessions" made his Top Ten List of 2008 for Best Album ... "Lobotomy Sessions" was also one of Echoes 25 Essential Albums of 2008 (Staff Picks and Listeners' Poll) ...
... The Singing Echoes is a professional Southern Gospel group based in Cleveland, TN ... In 1973, The Singing Echoes received a Grammy nomination for the arrangement of the song "When I Wake Up To Sleep No More" ... The Singing Echoes were nominated and awarded by the SGM Fanfare for favorite band in 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010 ...
... Echoes from Ugarit includes original music compositions for piano and orchestra recorded with The Russian Philharmonic Orchestra with Seregey Kondrashev as a conductor, and Andrey ... The release of “Echoes from Ugarit” was accompanied by a hugely successful tour of the USA, Europe and the Middle East ...
Famous quotes containing the word echoes:
“It is hard going to the door
cut so small in the wall where
the vision which echoes loneliness
brings a scent of wild flowers in the wood.”
—Robert Creeley (b. 1926)
“Thus far women have been the mere echoes of men. Our laws and constitutions, our creeds and codes, and the customs of social life are all of masculine origin. The true woman is as yet a dream of the future. A just government, a humane religion, a pure social life await her coming.”
—Elizabeth Cady Stanton (18151902)
“Thru all the tumult and the strife,
I hear that music ringing.
It sounds and echoes in my soul;
How can I keep from singing?”
—Quaker. (Worship Comes Alive)