Revisited may refer to:

  • Peter Gabriel Revisited, a Peter Gabriel album
  • Revisited (Cowboys International album), 2003
  • Revisited (Ralph McTell album)
  • Revisited (Tom Lehrer album), 1960
  • Revisited (Donavon Frankenreiter album), 2010
  • Revisited (Eartha Kitt album), 1960

Other articles related to "revisited":

Swami Tyagananda - Biography
... Swami Tyagananda also wrote the paper Kali’s Child Revisited or Didn’t Anyone Check the Documentation, in which he examines a list of what he calls "serious errors ... Copies of Kali's Child Revisited were distributed at the annual meeting of the AAR and published in journal Evam ... Tyagananda’s criticisms in Kali's Child Revisited "indeed go to the heart of things" ...
Chip Douglas - The Monkees, Revisited
... In 1976, Douglas re-teamed with Dolenz, Jones and Tork to record the single, “Christmas is My Time of Year”, co-written by Douglas and Howard Kaylan ... By then, Nesmith was no longer affiliated with the group ...
Lord Sebastian Flyte - Adaptations
... Further information Brideshead Revisited (TV serial) and Brideshead Revisited (film) Brideshead Revisited has been dramatised for Radio 4 in four one-hour ...
Lord Sebastian Flyte
... Brideshead Revisited, The Sacred Profane Memories of Captain Charles Ryder is a novel by English writer Evelyn Waugh, first published in 1945 ... wrote to Graham Greene saying "I re-read Brideshead Revisited and was appalled." In Waugh's preface to the 1959 revised edition of Brideshead the author explains the ... now, with a full stomach, I find distasteful." In the United States, Brideshead Revisited was the Book of the Month Club selection for January 1946 ...

Famous quotes containing the word revisited:

    And yet we constantly reclaim some part of that primal spontaneity through the youngest among us, not only through their sorrow and anger but simply through everyday discoveries, life unwrapped. To see a child touch the piano keys for the first time, to watch a small body slice through the surface of the water in a clean dive, is to experience the shock, not of the new, but of the familiar revisited as though it were strange and wonderful.
    Anna Quindlen (b. 1952)