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  Louisa Stuart Costello
Costello was given a Civil List pension of seventy-five pounds per year in 1852, and she retired to Boulogne where she died of cancer of the mouth on April 24, 1870.
Costello's prose travel narratives deal with her travels throughout Europe, but it is clear in her footnotes that she relied heavily on the exploration narratives of men such as Columbus, Campbell, and Captain Lyon for some of her poems.
Costello mentions in her notes to “Miranda’s Song” that it was to be sung to a specific air.
www.unl.edu /Corvey/html/Etexts/CostelloLouisa/CostelloIntro.htm   (1681 words)

 Elvis Costello - Biography - AOL Music
Costello and the Attractions released Trust in early 1981; it was his fifth album in a row produced by Nick Lowe.
Costello tried to replicate the success of Punch the Clock with his next record, 1984's Goodbye Cruel World, but the album was a commercial and critical failure.
Costello was relatively inactive during 1985, releasing only one new single ("The People's Limousine," a collaboration with singer/songwriter T-Bone Burnett released under the name the Coward Brothers) and producing Rum Sodomy and the Lash, the second album by the punk-folk band the Pogues.
music.aol.com /artist/elvis-costello/3968/biography   (1834 words)

 Peter Costello - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Costello was born in Melbourne, into a middle-class family of committed Christians: his brother, Tim Costello, is a prominent Baptist minister and current CEO of World Vision Australia.
Costello made his name in the 1985 Dollar Sweets case, as junior counsel assisting Alan Goldberg QC, successfully representing a confectionery company involved in a bitter industrial dispute.
Costello remains Treasurer and, at this stage, looks set to remain there until the next election some time in 2007.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Peter_Costello   (1351 words)

 Elvis Costello's aim is any genre he likes
Costello will play a suite from the latter — a commission from the Italian dance company Aterballetto to score their take on Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" — for the first half of his Bass performance.
Costello says as the pieces developed during the arranging process, different themes came to the fore.
Costello's almost compulsive eclecticism has meant that he's working more now — and on more varied projects — than he ever has before.
www.austin360.com /music/content/music/stories/2006/04/9costello.html   (739 words)

 Amazon.com: Armed Forces: Music: Elvis Costello   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
On this disc, Costello is fully mining the vein of what he had referred to as "Revenge and Guilt" song subject manner while filtering it all through the framework of a fascination he had with the topics of fascism and control.
Costello is amongst the most literate and versatile of rock musicians and especially on this album, the tight writing and clear melodies are prominent, whilst The Attractions must be the best band he ever recorded with.
Costello is sometimes associated with punk rock (probably because of the timing of his debut album more than anything else), but his music isn't really like that, especially not this album.
www.amazon.com /Armed-Forces-Elvis-Costello/dp/B0000787GM   (2282 words)

 Bright Blue Times: The Music Of Elvis Costello   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Costello's first full-length orchestral work, conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas and performed by the London Symphony Orchestra...
Costello's 2003 opus is a lush, orchestral affair, a collection of subtle and emotional songs with nary a guitar solo in sight.
Costello's first solo album since 1996, this "rowdy rhythm record" is a musical bolt of lightening following the tender ballads of previous years.
www.astheygo.com /ElvisCostello.htm   (304 words)

 Elvis Costello
Costello's impressive debut, packed with catchy tunes that remain classics: the aching "Alison," the ultra-cool "Less Than Zero," the frenetic "Mystery Dance," and the dreamy "(The Angels Wanna Wear My) Red Shoes." The backing band here is a local group of Elvis' acquaintance called Clover.
Costello's mastery of dynamics, melody, and arrangement had reached a peak, and there isn't one loser in the whole pile of eleven songs.
Costello was still sticking with the Attractions at this date, but he had again switched producers.
www.warr.org /costello.html   (3372 words)

 Costello syndrome - Genetics Home Reference
Costello syndrome is a disorder that affects many parts of the body.
Infants with Costello syndrome may be large at birth, but have difficulty feeding and grow more slowly than other children.
Mutations in the HRAS gene cause Costello syndrome.
ghr.nlm.nih.gov /condition=costellosyndrome   (655 words)

 The Elvis Costello Home Page - Biography
Costello had begun work on a new album "Goodbye Cruel World" and as an experiment he decided to write the songs in an office over the space of two weeks, as if he were writing as a "9 to 5" kind of job.
Costello at this time was starting to doubt the wisdom of having chosen the name "Elvis Costello" and recognised that it saddled him with an image that, although useful in 1977, was simply a burden in 1986.
Costello assumed that by recording a loud "angry" sounding album in the vein of "This Years Model", he could make some kind of uneasy peace with the Attractions and win back the support of his US record company, thinking that this was the album that Columbia wanted him to make.
www.elviscostello.info /biography.php   (11613 words)

 Lou Costello - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lou Costello was born Louis Francis Cristillo in Paterson, New Jersey to an Italian father and a mother of French and Irish descent;[1] the family was Catholic.
In 1943, Costello had an attack of rheumatic fever and was unable to work for a year.
Abbott and Costello split up in 1957, after troubles with the Internal Revenue Service that forced both men to sell off their large homes and the rights to some of their films.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Lou_Costello   (1004 words)

 Tom Costello
When Costello graduated from CU with a degree in broadcast journalism, he wanted to cover wars and international news, and Costello's position at CNBC has placed him in the hot seat.
Costello joined CNBC in 1996, but his career was not what took him overseas.
Costello's reports appear daily on a variety of news shows, but one has to be an early riser to catch them.
www.colorado.edu /Journalism/bylines/fall98/costello.html   (658 words)

 My MP3.TV - News
Costello had a seven-year dry spell without new material until his return in 2002 with the edgy rock album, When I Was Cruel.
Although he no longer tops the charts, Costello is still considered one of the finest songwriter/lyricists to hail from England.
Elvis Costello and his new bride have made a commitment to be away from each other no longer than three weeks — hopefully they can keep their priorities in check.
www.mp3.tv /articles/article_popup_with_history.php?id=761   (339 words)

When Maurice Costello was known as "the handsomest man on the screen" in what the historians of the films are pleased to call "the old Biograph days", his small daughter Dolores, then two or thereabouts, played occasional bits in pictures.
Photo on left is Dolores Costello (1928) appearing in Noah's Ark as "Miriam." She married the pagan god, "Jaghut." Later she is compelled to join in the grest festival which is to end in her death, as a sacrifice to him.
It was Dolores Costello, by the way, who will go down in the glorious annals of film history as the first heroine of the talking pictures, in those pre-historic days before Noah's Ark, when the talking consisted of five minutes of concentrated loud-speaking before the final close-up.
ciajfk.com /barrymore/costello.html   (639 words)

 CNN Programs - Anchors/Reporters - Carol Costello
During her time with CNN, Costello has reported on numerous events, including providing ongoing breaking news coverage of Hurricane Katrina, the tsunami disaster in south Asia, the Russian school hostage crisis and Hurricanes Charley, Frances, Ivan and Jeanne.
Costello's work has been honored numerous times, including a 1991 Emmy Award for a special on crack and cocaine, a UPI award, several Associated Press awards and an Emmy nomination in 1993.
In June 2004, Costello’s dedicated viewers nominated her to the Olympic committee and, as a result, was able to run the Olympic torch through the streets of Atlanta prior to the Summer Games in Athens.
edition.cnn.com /CNN/anchors_reporters/costello.carol.html   (311 words)

 Salon Brilliant Careers | Elvis Costello   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
In 1982, Elvis Costello was in something like a state of shock: He was exhausted by an unremunerative fame, wired on speed and slightly disgusted with his career.
The most salient fact about Elvis Costello, in many ways a traditional talent, was that he had the misfortune of coming of age in a most untraditional time.
Musically, Costello came out of a relatively genial strain of British pub rock, but by the time he got his record contract, in England at least it seemed as if a generation was aflame, and his natural, gripping sarcasm seemed a piece with it.
www.salon.com /people/bc/1999/09/21/costello   (767 words)

 Amazon.com: North: Music: Elvis Costello   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Cabaret singing is one of the most venerable of pop idioms, yet one fraught with some paradoxical pitfalls: betraying emotional candor, yet not the studied artifice of the singer.
Costello claims the alum's songs bubbled forth nearly fully-formed over the winter of ‘02-‘03, and indeed they often ebb and flow with an unpredictable fluidity that seems to reflect the songwriter's subconscious mind (to the point of occasionally conjuring fleeting, almost spectral melodic references from his beloved pop standards) at its most creatively naked.
Although I'm familiar a fair amount of Costello's works, I still have not heard his chamber-pop works such as "The Juliet Letters" with the Brodsky Quartet (who make an appearance in "Still" on this album), but I had been given the impression that such experiments had led to mixed results.
www.amazon.com /North-Elvis-Costello/dp/B0000AN7KV   (1166 words)

Costello is a 4 piece melodic punk band based out of Los Angeles, California.
Costello has taken the signature sound of West Coast melodic punk and made it their own.
Costello entered the studio in February to record the follow up to 2005's Scatterbrain and the result was the 13 song full length LP "In Vino Veritas".
www.myspace.com /costello   (844 words)

 The Elvis Costello Home Page - The Elvis Costello Home Page
Widely regarded as one of the most respected singer/songwriters in rock and pop, Elvis Costello was instrumental in pioneering the pop video in its early days, most of which became regular viewing on MTV and other noted music television channels.
Costello's witty and lively explanations provide insights into where, why and how the videos were created.
Costello returns to his musical roots, leaving cozy comfort of theater-sized venues and stages sweaty club in Memphis, Tennessee for a set that rolls his best songs from his 27-year career.
www.elviscostello.info   (1354 words)

 Costello Sandwich & Sides - Chicago - Lincoln Square - Roscoe Village
Welcome to Costello Sandwich & Sides, an old world sandwich shop featuring gourmet oven-baked sandwiches, heartwarming soups, and made from scratch side dishes.
Each sandwich is made to order using only the freshest and highest quality meats, cheeses, breads and vegetables, all prepared to perfection.
It is a Costello guarantee that you will receive the freshest, highest quality homemade food, quickly.
costellosandwich.com   (113 words)

 Law Firm of Costello & Costello, PC
At Costello and Costello, P.C. we represent clients in various areas of law, including but not limited to Real Estate, Personal Injury, Litigation, Estates, Landlord Tenant, Bankruptcy, Matrimonial.
The firm was founded in 1959 by Joseph G. Costello and since then its pride rests on providing personalized and individual attention to every client.
At Costello and Costello, P.C. we take pride in the fact that at times litigation may not be in the client’s best interest.
www.costellocostello.com   (241 words)

 Elvis Costello-in Concert | Artists | Decades Rock Live — Legendary Performers with Today’s Hottest Stars!
After the record company’s various mergers ended, Costello found himself on Universal Records and he tested their promotional abilities with a second “Greatest Hits” record.
That fall, Costello released two albums of original material: a classical work entitled Il Sogno and the concept album The Delivery Man, a rock and roll record cut with the Imposters.
Elvis Costello performs with an all–star cast at the Trump Taj Mahal on Friday, May 19th.
www.decadesrocklive.com /artists/elviscostello.php   (2055 words)

The opera is written especially for the Royal Danish Theatre's new opera house at Holmen, Copenhagen, Denmark.
The Cat’s Pyjamas is an attempt to cover every song that Elvis Costello has recorded by bands and singers throughout the world.
We have a lot of articles waiting to be posted, as soon as we have optimized the database.
www.elvis-costello.net /news.php   (964 words)

 Lou Costello   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Abbott & Costello / Abbott and Costello / Costello / Lou Cristillo / Sebastian Cristillo
Abbott and Costello in the Foreign Legion (1950)....
Bud Abbott and Lou Costello in Hollywood (1945)....
www.imdb.com /name/nm0182579   (553 words)

 Elvis Costello Online - Elvis Costello's Unofficial Home   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Elvis Costello will appear at the Higher Ground Hurricane Relief Benefit Concert with a list of greats including Diana Krall, Wynton Marsalis, Peter Cincotti, Paquito D’Rivera, Abbey Lincoln, and Jon Hendricks.
Working in New York in April and May, Kevin Killen and Costello co-produced the record, which swings from spare solo piano to lavish arrangements for a forty-eight piece ensemble that included a nine-piece horn section and a twenty-eight-piece string section.
Elvis Costello has completed a new album to be released in September by Deutsche Grammophon, the classical division of Universal Music.
www.ecostello.com   (592 words)

 NPR : Costello, Toussaint Team for New Orleans CD
Costello, Toussaint Team for New Orleans CD by Ashley Kahn
Morning Edition, December 12, 2005 · Elvis Costello and New Orleans piano legend Allen Toussaint have recorded a new album in New Orleans.
The session is in part a symbolic effort to show the city's music industry is not dead.
www.npr.org /templates/story/story.php?storyId=5048439   (151 words)

 Political Idiocy
NEW — Join us in the OB4 forums, where we are continuing the discussion started by the live conversation between Joe Trippi and Mitch Kapor.
There used to be people who could actually talk half intelligently about politics in this country, but each year there are less and less.
The question is whether the American people are going to rightly blame themselves for the sad state of our political affairs or look to scapegoat.
www.ofbyandfor.org /node/view/1733   (590 words)

The deadline to sign up for a prescription drug program under the new Medicare Part D benefit passed on May 15.
www.house.gov /costello   (457 words)

 Cliff Costello's Home Page
I have a brother, Keith Costello, who lives in Rutland, MA,with his wife - Ellen, and daughters, Katie and Gillian.
Keith is very active with his 1931 Ford Model A Roadster, that he, dad, and I restored way back in the early 1970's.
My sister - Janice Patten (formerly Janice Costello) of Sterling, MA, and her husband, Donald have two children, Sarah and Chase.
www.geocities.com /cliffcostello   (1531 words)

We are one of the many Costello families living in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
We are Mark Sr, Carol, Colleen and Mark Jr.
See if you are as fast as your ISP claims you are.
www.costello-family.us   (177 words)

 YouTube - Elvis Costello - "Oliver's Army"
i think its hillarious because im the hugest costello fan ever but i hate abba yet that song sounds almost exactly the same at times.
In an old issue of Rolling Stone, Elvis said that the band members were listening to ABBA's "Arrival" on the tour bus when he wrote this song.
My favorite Costello album of all time, absoultely amazing.
www.youtube.com /watch?v=qTO51QOeXOs   (191 words)

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