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... "Footsteps in the Dark" is a 1977 slow jam recorded by The Isley Brothers as an album track featured on the group's double-platinum album, Go For Your Guns ... Both Footsteps in the Dark and It Was A Good Day were featured on the soundtracks of the Grand Theft Auto series of video games It Was a Good Day in ...
... Footsteps (film), a 1974 short film by Peter Biziou and Alan Parker Footsteps (AKA Jejak Langkah), a 1985 novel by Pramoedya Ananta Toer Footsteps Press (see T ... Klein for some book references) Footsteps, a pull-out section in Living History Magazine ...
... section, the band presented a selection of sound effects such as footsteps and creaking doors, courtesy of the Azimuth Co-ordinator they employed on stage ... the sounds would surround the audience and the footsteps would move from left to right through the back of the venue ... an audience member went as far as to sarcastically yell "I'm scared!" Nevertheless, the footsteps segment was usually greeted with considerable applause when the band ...
... Footsteps is singer/songwriter Chris de Burgh's seventeenth original album, released in 2008 ... In 2011, De Burgh released a follow-up album, Footsteps 2 ...
Famous quotes containing the word footsteps:
“None of you can ever be proud enough of being the child of SUCH a Father who has not his equal in this worldso great, so good, so faultless. Try, all of you, to follow in his footsteps and dont be discouraged, for to be really in everything like him none of you, I am sure, will ever be. Try, therefore, to be like him in some points, and you will have acquired a great deal.”
“Do thou, then breathe those thoughts into my mind
By which such virtue may in me be bred
That in thy holy footsteps I may tread:
The fetters of my tongue do thou unbind,
That I may have the power to sing of thee
And sound thy praises everlastingly”
—Michelangelo Buonarroti (14741564)
“I demand that my books be judged with utmost severity, by knowledgeable people who know the rules of grammar and of logic, and who will seek beneath the footsteps of my commas the lice of my thought in the head of my style.”
—Louis Aragon (18971982)