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Coltrane For Lovers - Background and Recording
... completing his contract with Atlantic in May 1961, John Coltrane joined the newly formed Impulse! label, with whom the "Classic Quartet" would record ... It is generally assumed that the clinching reason Coltrane signed with Impulse! was that it would enable him to work again with recording engineer Rudy Van Gelder, who had taped his Prestige ... and free jazz styles, as featured on Coltrane, his first studio project for the Impulse! label ...
Sirone (musician) - Discography - As Sideman
... Marion Brown 1966 Why Not? (ESP-Disk) 1966 Three for Shepp (Impulse!) With Dave Burrell 1968 High Won-High Two (Black Lion) With Zusaan Kali Fasteau 2004 Making Waves (Flying Note ...
Apex Beat
... ictus cordis), also called the point of maximum impulse (PMI), is the furthermost point outwards (laterally) and downwards (inferiorly) from the ... The cardiac impulse is the result of the heart rotating, moving forward and striking against the chest wall during systole ... It is also known as the "apical impulse" ...
Shades (Keith Jarrett Album)
... Shades is the fifth album on the Impulse label by jazz pianist Keith Jarrett ... Aside from appearing in the Mysteries The Impulse Years 1975-1976 boxset, Shades was only issued on compact disc in Japan, packaged in a miniature replica of the original ... In October 2011, it was reissued internationally as part of the Impulse! 2-on-1 series, packaged with Mysteries in a single disc format titled Mysteries / Shades ...
Impulse - Other
... Irresistible impulse, a legal defense that claims that the accused should not be held responsible for his/her actions Impulse (dinghy), a 4.0m sports sailing ...

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    Toddlerhood resembles adolescence because of the rapidity of physical growth and because of the impulse to break loose of parental boundaries. At both ages, the struggle for independence exists hand in hand with the often hidden wish to be contained and protected while striving to move forward in the world. How parents and toddlers negotiate their differences sets the stage for their ability to remain partners during childhood and through the rebellions of the teenage years.
    Alicia F. Lieberman (20th century)

    Whereas the Greeks gave to will the boundaries of reason, we have come to put the will’s impulse in the very center of reason, which has, as a result, become deadly.
    Albert Camus (1913–1960)

    There are moods in which one feels the impulse to enter a tacit protest against too gross an appetite for pure aesthetics in this starving and sinning world. One turns half away, musingly, from certain beautiful useless things.
    Henry James (1843–1916)