What is spinning top?

  • (noun): A conical child's plaything tapering to a steel point on which it can be made to spin.
    Synonyms: top, whirligig, teetotum

Some articles on spinning top, top:

The Chevelles - Biography - Rollerball Candy
... Perth power pop label Spinning Top manager, David Hughes-Owen, had known various members of the band as far back as 1991 and while The Chevelles were building a reputation for ... In 1996 Spinning Top put together an Australian power pop compilation Pop on Top for highly respected US label Bomp! Records ... compilation was very well received in the USA, where Spinning Top discovered that the band had a small but strong fanbase ...
Spinning Top (candlestick Pattern)
... Spinning top is a Japanese candlesticks pattern with a short body found in the middle of two long wicks ... A spinning top is indicative of a situation where neither the buyers nor the sellers have won for that time period, as the market has closed relatively unchanged from where it opened the market is indecisive ... When a spinning top forms after a run up or run down in the market, it can be an indication of a pending reversal, as the indecision in the market is representative of the buyers losing momentum ...
The Chevelles - Biography - Sunbleached
... of Air Supplies "Lost in Love" were completed to demo level and then shopped around by Spinning Top to various labels throughout Australia, Europe and the USA ... Some six months earlier Spinning Top had come across newly form San Franciscan label Zip Records started up by Art Herman ... Spinning Top also negotiated a deal with Zip which saw the Chevelles and other Spinning Top bands be released under the Zip Records banner in Australia through MGM Distribution ...

Famous quotes containing the words top and/or spinning:

    People think that at the top there isn’t much room. They tend to think of it as an Everest. My message is that there is tons of room at the top.
    Margaret Thatcher (b. 1925)

    I, a spinning man,
    Glory also this star, bird
    Roared, sea born, man torn, blood blest.
    Dylan Thomas (1914–1953)