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 Nels Cline - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nels Cline (born in Los Angeles in 1956) is an American guitarist and composer.
Cline has also performed and recorded with punk rock hero Mike Watt in his touring bands The Crew of the Flying Saucer and The Black Gang, as well as with members of Sonic Youth and country music legend Willie Nelson, and in the jazz/punk/improv band Banyan with Watt and ex-Jane's Addiction drummer Stephen Perkins.
Clines current outfit is the improv/free jazz ensamble The Nels Cline Singers, with which he has recorded two albums, Instumentals and The Giant Pin. /wiki/Nels_Cline   (321 words)

 Martin Cline - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Martin J. Cline (born 1934) is a geneticist at the University of California, Los Angeles.
He is notable for being the first (in 1980) to successfully transfer a functioning gene into a living mouse, creating the first transgenic organism. /wiki/Martin_Cline   (321 words) Cline
Patsy Cline, (September 8, 1932 – March 5, 1963) was an American country music singer.Born Virginia Patterson Hensley in Winchester, Virginia, United States, she received her first contract as a country singer in 1953 and, despite her short life, would become one of the most influential singers in history.
Cline was the last name of her first husband, Gerald Cline, a construction industry mogul, from whom she married in 1953 and divorced in 1957.
Cline died in a plane crash at Camden, Tennessee while returning from Kansas City, Missouri at the age of 30, in 1963. /browse/wiki/Patsy_Cline   (600 words)

 Victor Cline - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cline is a professor emeritus at the University of Utah.
Pornography's Effects on Adults and Children By Victor Cline.
Treatment and Healing of Pornographic and Sexual Addictions By Victor Cline. /wiki/Victor_Cline   (600 words)

 Census Index, Victor, 1860, Ontario County, NY
Victor 665 1860 Carmon, Mary E. Victor 664 1860 Carmon, Sarah E. Victor 665 1860 Carmon, Solomon Victor 664 1860 Carpenter, Catherine Victor 668 1860 Carpenter, Frank Victor 668 1860 Carpenter, Geo.
Victor 666 1860 Quigley, Mary Victor 666 1860 Quigley, Mary L. Victor 666 1860 Quigley, Wm.
Victor 671 1860 Kenfield, Lucina E. Victor 647 1860 Ketcham, Adelia Victor 673 1860 Ketcham, Amelia Victor 673 1860 Ketcham, Geo. /victor.html   (600 words) - Patsy Cline (Music: Popular And Jazz, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Cline was killed in a plane crash at the age of 30.
Cline was posthumously named (1992) to the Country Music Hall of Fame and given (1995) a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.
Cline became a regular performer on radio's Grand Ole Opry in 1960. /encyclopedia/C/ClineP.html   (307 words)

Cline is invariably invoked as a standard for female vocalists, and she has inspired scores of singers including k.
Cline gave birth to a son (Randy) in January 1961 and survived a near-fatal car accident in June as “Pieces” slowly started its climb up the charts, reaching #1 country in August and #12 pop eight months after its release.
Patsy Cline, she was voted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1973. /inductees/patsy_cline.html   (1072 words)

 Off the Record Nels Cline
Nels Cline is best known to rock fans as the dynamic six-string ace in the Geraldine Fibbers, but he’s also one of the instrument’s leading avant-gardists.
And Cline’s playing, whether he’s delivering rock scream ’n’ grind, as he does at the climax of " Martyr, " or making a merry clatter in the opening " Spider Wisdom, " always abounds with humor, energy, and emotional depth.
In fact, Cline often makes melody his foundation, building a loop from a spare little tune, as he does in " Friends of Snowman, " then laying down rich, arpeggiated chords and trinkling, chime tones in a search for spontaneous beauty. /boston/music/otr/documents/01990204.htm   (184 words) Interviews
NELS CLINE: It is fascinating to me to have read later all the anti-jazz controversy, because certainly jazz as a tradition is not my tradition.
NELS CLINE: Yeah, I never have any concept of how the records are doing, but I think that for one thing, it helps that it is not my music (laughing).
Nels Cline is a local hero round these parts. /interviews/cline.htm   (2376 words)

 Just axing (Metro Times Detroit)
Cline sails a sea of slashing anthem-like chords into a squall of distortions in "He Still Carries a Flame for Her." (When’s the next King Crimson auditioning?) Next thing you know, he’s turns Beatleseque for a second or stirs up the perfect riot of skronk.
Cline was pushing 40 before he could quit a succession of bookstore and video store jobs and tour enough to (just) stay afloat with music.
Cline laughs, says he’s heard it’s "a little noisier now." Then says he’s probably not the right person to be fielding the question. /editorial/story.asp?id=7840   (1604 words)

 * Dusted Reviews - Nels Cline Trio *
Cline himself lists the Boredoms as an inspiration for many of these songs, and their influence is apparent in not only the songs’ squalling noise but also their surprising dynamic shifts.
Cline, on the other hand, has only the other two members of his trio backing him in what seems to be an overdub-free setting.
Cline’s new 7”, Hold It Under A Faucet, was recorded in 1995 with bassist Bob Mair and drummer Michael Preussner. /reviews/335   (515 words)

 Cline Definition / Cline Research
In population genetics, a cline is a gradual change of a character or feature (phenotype) in a speciesIn biology, a species is a kind of organism.
Cline is a percussionist who has been central to the West Coast avant garde jazz and music scene for several years.
Cline is the new guitarist for the band Wilco. /Cline   (515 words)

 Obituary of Joseph Martin Cline, Washington County, KSGenWeb Digital Library
CLINE was the youngest of a family of six brothers and three sisters.
CLINE enjoyed a long and useful life and had the esteem and respect of the community.
CLINE was another one of the community's older residents, having lived in the community over fifty /genweb/archives/washingt/obits/jmcline.htm   (515 words)

 stallone blog
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This is a paragraph of text that could go in the sidebar. /2005/07/natalia-sokolova-playboy-playmate-of.html   (44 words)

 Traverse City Record-Eagle - News Story --
Cline was born in China and spent almost 13 years with his family there before they returned to the United States and lived in Ohio.
Cline, who died Friday at age 80 from complications of prostate cancer, followed a successful medical career in Traverse City by combining his two passions - flying and photography - into an award-winning pastime credited by many for raising public awareness about the importance of environmental stewardship to the region.
Cline was the first staff doctor at Munson Hospital to serve on its governing board and was a former chairman. /2002/aug/13cline.htm   (696 words)

 Pornography addiction - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Carnes and Cline note that such an addiction (like others), is very difficult to overcome without strong support and help.
Victor Cline (see here) provides a model of pornography addiction with 4 progressive steps:
According to the University of Texas at Dallas Student Counseling Center self-help library page on pornography addiction, "One of the great rewards of overcoming a pornography addiction is the ability to be fully committed to another person in a loving way, having nothing to hide and enjoying great sex" [1]. /wiki/Pornography_addiction   (696 words)

 The Effects of Pornographic Exposure
Clines study was that he provided a link between sex crimes and the use of pornography which at some point in time became an addiction to many of the people involved in the study.
Victor Cline, one of the foremost physicians in clinical psychology has treated over the years of his profession approximately 350 sex addicts, sex offenders, and other individuals that were diagnosed with sexual illnesses.
After viewing the material it was found in Cline’s study that the people kept coming back for more because the material provided a powerful sexually stimulating effect while it also provided images that frequently replayed in the minds of the user elaborating on their sexual fantasies. /~oahead01/rpaper04.htm   (696 words)

 Utah Coalition Against Pornography
Dr. Victor B. Cline is professor emeritus of psychology at the University of Utah and is a practicing psychologist.
Shortly after Dr. Cline was named an Emeritus Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Utah, he began to expand his private practice as a psychotherapist.
Dr. Cline asked his patient, "What if it had been ten thousand dollars or twenty?" The man sadly raised his head, looked at his therapist, and said, "It wouldn't have mattered how much it was. /Trap.htm   (696 words)

 Pornography: The Deconstruction of Human Sexuality - Part III, January 24, 2005
Victor B. Cline, Ph.D., professor of psychology at the University of Utah, identified as early as 1985 that exposure to pornography was in fact capable of producing profound psychological and behavioral changes.
Cline reported that of those males who became immersed in pornography there appeared a near universal four factor syndrome characterizing their experience with and effect of pornography use.
Cline conducted a clinical-case history study of approximately 225 male patients who had sexual pathology or family disruption resulting from their involvement with pornography. /culture/articles/ca050124.html   (696 words)

 The Catholic Standard and Times - Front Page
Cline has counseled more than 350 sex addicts, sex offenders and other individuals with sexual illnesses and has found the regular use of porn was a major, or at least a minor, contributor to their problems.
In Cline’s clinical experience, the major consequence of porn addiction, aside from the possibility of eventually committing serious crime, was the “disturbance of the fragile bonds of intimate family and marital relationships.
After doing a background check, Cline found the only significant negative factor in his life was that he had been addicted to pornography since his adolescence. /040101/main.html   (696 words)

 CD Review of Destroy All Nels Cline - Destroy All Nels Cline on Atavistic @
Nels Cline has been at the forefront of both the jazz and new music scenes in Los Angeles for the past twenty years.
Nels Cline is one of the most interesting guitarists working today.
Nels Cline (electric guitars), Woodward Lee Aplanalp (electric guitar), Carla Bozulich (electric guitar, sampling keyboard), Alex Cline (drumset, percussion), Bob Mair (electric bass guitar, electric guitar). /cdreview.cfm?ID=1584   (502 words)

 Music The Nels Cline Singers
Anyone familiar with guitarist Cline’s wit and left-field playing won’t be surprised to discover there are no vocalists in the Nels Cline Singers, just Cline on guitars, Devin Hoff on upright bass, and Scott Amendola on percussion and live effects processing.
Cline drags steel across his strings and toys with fuzz-distortion feedback as Amendola samples and spins everything back into the mix.
We finally arrive at an oasis of melodies that are quietly wrung from Cline’s opaque-toned guitar or snatched from percussive sounds and repeated in loops. /boston/music/otr/documents/02223821.htm   (282 words)

 Nels Cline Singers: Instrumentals: Pitchfork Review
Cline's relatively spare figures, Hoff's sobbing vibrato, and Amendola's electronic manipulations on "Harbor Child" are all equally elegiac.
The recently assembled Nels Cline Singers are guitarist Nels Cline's current touring outfit featuring Devin Hoff on contrabass and Scott Amendola on drums/electronics.
While Instrumentals suffers a bit in comparison to Cline's previous studio work with the huge Destroy All Nels Cline ensemble, it's mostly because the three-piece lineup curtails some of the wild tonal exploration done on that record. /record-reviews/c/cline_nels/instrumentals.shtml   (547 words)

 Nels Cline - Free Music Downloads, Videos, CDs, MP3s, Bio, Merchandise and Links
Guitarist Nels Cline is best known for his work in the group Quartet Music (with brother Alex Cline, bassist Eric Von Essen and violinist Jeff Gauthier), as well as other projects in the jazz, rock and avant-garde idioms, and for his involvement in the West Coast's improvisation community, in general.
Nels' brother Alex sat in on their first concert, and eventually joined on permanently, resulting in the group Quartet Music, which remained together throughout the 1980s.
By the time Nels reached his 20s, he was heavily involved in LA's improvisational community and, in 1978, appeared on his first recording, Openhearted by multi-instrumentalist Vinny Golia. /nad/music/artist/bio/0,,415684,00.html   (522 words)

 * Dusted Reviews - Nels Cline Singers *
Cline seems like about four or five different guitarists throughout the course of the album, his only consistent tendency at some points seems to be his ability to do that which is least expected.
Cline credits his work with Von Essen as being some of his most instructive, and the late composer’s influence can be seen clearly in Instrumentals' expansive compositional palette, which ranges from free-jazz to punk rock to the liltingly lyrical, sometimes all in the same track.
Cline has spent most of his musical life in the glare of Southern California, composing for and performing in a list of ensembles and settings too numerous to attempt to catalog at any length. /reviews/210   (501 words)

 Nels Cline Singers: The Giant Pin: Pitchfork Review
After a life of devout gigging, Cline was suddenly stressing the often blissfully ignored desire to do something lucrative and, in a somewhat defensive tone, attempted to preempt charges of perfidy from longtime followers of his jazz and fringe work.
Considering all the stylistic liberties Cline has taken-- cavorting from idiom to idiom and leaving his unique treads on all of them-- mainstream recognition was probably always wishful thinking.
Whether Cline will continue to cleave himself from the gigging life remains to be seen, but for now he's handling the balancing act quite nicely. /record-reviews/c/cline_nels/the-giant-pin.shtml   (577 words) News Nels Cline/Gregg Bendian
Cline's playing channels the spirit of Coltrane with a rare intensity, which seems to spring from the same well Jimi Hendrix would have drawn from had he survived to realize his post-rock aspirations.
Guitarist Nels Cline and drummer Gregg Bendian explain in the album notes that their interpretation of Coltrane's Interstellar Space -- his celebrated 1967 duet recording with drummer Rashied Ali -- is offered with humility and respect.
Nels Cline and Gregg Bendian perform with Scarnella, Bobb Bruno, and Species Being on Wednesday, Feb. 23, at 9 p.m. /issues/2000-02-23/record2.html   (421 words)

 Nels Cline: Intrepid Guitarist
Cline may be of the opinion that he goes to extremes with some of his music but, like the best of some of his own musical progenitors, if he didn't take those intrepid risks, then music would never move forward.
Cline's breadth of style is reflected in the albums that he cites as influential, albums that date back to his growing up days, but extend well into his adult years.
Reconciling Cline's jazzier predilections with his desire for a broader reach that also incorporated his rockier sensibility was a challenge, and something that the first trio wasn't always completely successful at combining in a way that his current trio, The Nels Cline Singers, can. /php/article.php?id=14490   (5803 words)

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