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 Russell Varian   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Russell Varian obtained numerous patents in other fields, including nuclear magnetic resonance, thermionic tubes, radar and missile guidance, and was the inventor of the free-precession earth’s field magnetometer.
Russell Varian was a Fellow of the Institute of Radio Engineers (now the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers), the American Physical Society, and the California Academy of Sciences, and served as Director of the West Coast Electronic Manufacturers’ Association.
Russell, as was his nature, forgot about his heart condition and pitched in to save the boat, which was caught in a riptide, from crashing into the dock.
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 Luis Russell -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Luis Russell (6 August, 1902 - 11 December, 1963) was a (A genre of popular music that originated in New Orleans around 1900 and developed through increasingly complex styles) jazz (A person who plays the piano) pianist and bandleader.
Luis Carl Russell was born on Careening Cay, near (Click link for more info and facts about Bocas del Toro) Bocas del Toro, (A republic on the Isthmus of Panama; achieved independence from Colombia in 1903) Panama, in a family of (A rounded thickly curled hairdo) Afro- (Region including the Caribbean islands) Caribbean ancestry.
Luis Russell died of (Type genus of the family Cancridae) cancer in New York City.
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 Luis Russell   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Russell was a native of Panama, but after winning $3000 in a lottery in 1919, he moved with his mother and sister to New Orleans where he made a living as a pianist.
In 1925 Russell moved to Chicago to join Doc Cook and his Dreamland Orchestra and then later became the pianist in King Oliver's band.
Russell led a new band from 1943-48 that played at the Savoy and Apollo and made a few recordings.
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 Luis Russell   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Luis Russell (6 August 1902 - 11 December 1963) wasa jazz pianist and bandleader.
Luis Carl Russell was born on Careening Cay, near Bocas del Torro, Panama, in a family of Afro - Caribbean ancestry.
His father was a musicteacher, and young Luis learned to play violin, guitar, trombone, and piano.He began playing professionally accompanying silent film by 1917, then played at a casino in the city of Colón, Panama.
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 Luis Russell : Classics 1930 1934   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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 Luis Russell   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Luis Carl Russell was born on Careening near Bocas del Torro Panama in a family of Afro - Caribbean ancestry.
The band returned to Russell's name while played in California and Europe in the early 1930s ; Russell and Armstrong were reunited in 1935.
They again split paths in 1943 when Russell formed a new band his own name which played at the and Apollo in Manhattan as well as in Atlantic City New Jersey.
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 You've Got Mail Passions Style
Just as Luis was about to take the sugar from her, Sheridan got a sharp pain in her neck, where her bandage was and she suddenly cried out in pain dropping the sugar, and grabbing her neck, the source of her pain.
Luis gingerly placed the alcohol soaked gauze on Sheridan's neck and her initial reaction was to flinch.
Luis could sense that Sheridan was being as brave as she could be.
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 Concerted Efforts - Catherine Russell
Her father, the late Luis Russell, was a pianist, composer, and bandleader who sat at the center of several of the seminal bands of 20th century American jazz and popular music, performing and recording with King Oliver, Louis Armstrong, Henry "Red" Allen and the Luis Russell Orchestra.
In 1935, Louis Armstrong, a fellow transplant from New Orleans to New York, named Luis Russell as his musical director and Russell's orchestra as his backing group, an association that lasted for almost a decade.
Today, Catherine Russell lives in Manhattan, her apartment walls adorned with the gold and platinum records on which she appears, and a collection of laminates from tours that have taken her around the world.
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 YGM~~ The Adventure Continues
Luis knew by her expression this was going to be good, so he leaned in closer, smiling at her.
Luis giggled slightly from the way her breath tickled and within seconds, knew exactly what she was talking about.
Luis moved in closer to her and lowered his head to her neck.
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 Luis Russell   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Luis Russell (el 6 de agosto el 1902 - 11 de diciembre de 1963) era pianist y un bandleader del jazz.
Luis Carl Russell nació en Careening Cay, cerca de Bocas del Torro, Panamá, en una familia de la ascendencia Afro-Del Caribe.
En Russell 1948 jubilado de la música a tiempo completo y abierto las nociones hacen compras, con los gigs irregulares de la venda y música de enseñanza en el lado.
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 Luis Rodriguez ★ Steven Barclay Agency
An accomplished poet, Luis Rodriguez is the author of several collections of poetry, including Poems Across the Pavement, The Concrete River, and Trochemoche.
Luis Rodriguez is also author of Hearts and Hands: Creating Community in Violent Times and a short story collection, The Republic of East LA : Stories.
Luis Rodriguez was one of 50 leaders worldwide selected as “Unsung Heroes of Compassion,” presented by the Dalai Lama.
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 Luis Russell and his Orchestra
The Luis Russell Orchestra started in Chicago and then moved to New York.
over the orchestra altogether and for the next eight years they functioned solely as back-up band for Armstrong, with Luis Russell acting as the musical director.
Many Jazz historians bemoan the fact that Russell "sold out" and chose to support Armstrong rather than developing his own distinct style, but we should remember that all of this happened during the height of the Depression, when so many great African-American musicians were forced to leave the music business altogether.
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 Chapter 2: The Dream
He squeezed her hand and he said "Sheridan you're gonna be ok, I promise I will take care of you." He quickly left the room and went to call the Cranes and his family.
Luis looked up at Eve and said "Eve how is she?" "Luis she suffered some major injuries, lost a lot of blood.
Ethan attempts to speak but Luis cuts him off and says to the nurse "I am her fiancée, I will stay the night." Meanwhile, Sheridan is in a coma like state.
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 San Luis Province   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
San Luis is a province of Argentina located in the middle of the The capital is San Luis.
The province has a population of 933 (2001) and covers an area of 748 km².
The highlight on this Naxos American Classics disc by California composer Craig Russell is the expansive Horn Rhapsody, 41 minutes long, composed for and played by horn virtuoso Richard Todd.
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 302finexreview   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Bertrand Russell distinguishes between knowledge by acquaintance--which is direct awareness, unmediated by language--and knowledge by description, which is indirect and mediated by words.
Optionally, contrast Russell's views about the epistemic value of perception with those of the Indian Realists (Nyaya).
Jorge Luis Borges treats philosophy as continuous with fiction, playfully, that is, not vexed by the antinomy, for example, between the reality of time and the empiricist argument that notions whereof we have no experience (e.g., matter conceived as existing independently of all consciousness thereof) are empty and nonsensical.
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 Music Department Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo-Russell, Craig
Craig Russell received his bachelor's and master's degrees in guitar and lute performance at the University of New Mexico under the guidance of Hector A. Garcia.
After completing his Ph.D. in historical musicology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1982, he obtained a position at Cal Poly where he is presently a professor of music.
Dr. Russell's Concierto Romantico for guitar and orchestra was premiered in February, 1992, and a compact disk of the work has received enthusiastic reviews in Soundboard, New Times, the Eugene Register Guard, the LA Times, and the American Record Guide and has been performed everywhere from the Krakow Festival to the Oregon Bach Festival.
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 Luis Russell - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Luis Russell - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Luis Carl Russell was born on Careening Cay, near Bocas del Toro, Panama, in a family of Afro-Caribbean ancestry.
The article about Luis Russell contains information related to Luis Russell.
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 Luis Russell MP3 Downloads - Luis Russell Music Downloads - Luis Russell Music Videos
Luis Russell led one of the great early big bands, an orchestra that during 1929-1931 could hold its own with nearly all of its competitors.
Unfortunately, his period in the spotlight was fairly brief and, ironically, Russell fell into obscurity just as the big band era really took hold.
A talented high-note trumpeter and a popular bandleader, Erskine Hawkins was nicknamed "the 20th Century Gabriel." He learned drums and trombone before switching to trumpet when he was 13.
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 Luis Russell - Term Explanation on IndexSuche.Com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
In Chicago he played with Doc_Cooke and King_Oliver, in addition to occasional jobs under his own name and pick up bands in recording_studios.
With Oliver's band Russell moved to New_York_City in May of 1927.
It was borrowed for gigs and recording dates by such jazz notables as Red_Allen, Jelly_Roll_Morton, and Louis_Armstrong; Armstrong wound up taking over the band as front man in 1929 although Russell remained the music director.
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 Jazz, Dance Bands, Vocalists - Lil Hardin Armstrong -> Lovie Austin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
There are 10 cuts with the Orchestra, featuring the talents of Bunny Berigan, Luis Russell, and the rest, but the other 13 sides spotlight Armstrong as guest star with Jimmy Dorsey and other smaller bands and may be less memorable material.
Much of the credit is due also to pianist Russell's tight unit, who enliven the program of trad, small band swing and tin pan alley material.
Pops, clearly a strong fellow at the time, continually amazes with stunning trumpet phrasing and dynamics; numerous solo passages give the aural impression that he is physically pulling his sidemen along with him.
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 Music Department Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo-Russell, John
While at Cal Poly (1968-2005), John Russell taught composition, theory, and piano.
His original works are published by Associated Music, G. Schirmer, and E. Marks, New York; The Gregorian Institute of America, Chicago; Walton Music, Ltd, London.
A former piano student of pianist Adolph Baller, Russell has been a member of the Cal Poly Music Faculty since 1968.
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 Concerted Efforts - Boston - Booking the finest in world music, zydeco, blues, folk, soul, rock, jazz, gospel, and ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
"Catherine Russell's musicality, vocal beauty, versatility and power; her deep understanding of lyrics, and ability to make them her own; her brilliance joining lyrics and music together in song are unsurpassed in my judgement.
"I was honored to present Catherine Russell at the Charlie Parker Jazz Festival in 2000, 2001 and 2002.
She immediately established herself as one of the great acts in the ten years that I was associated with the festival, and we presented some of the greatest jazz artists in history (Benny Carter, Milt Jackson, Max Roach, Ray Brown, Roy Haynes, The Heath Brothers, Etta Jones, etc.).
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 UBL Biorhythm: Luis Russell
He struggles with his command at times and is still learning to mix his pitches and set up hitters.
And I'm not sure you can say this about a pitcher, but Russell has some pop in his swing.
Interesting sidenote, The Free Agents have been known to use Russell as a pinch-runner on occasion.
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 Red Allen   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
After returning briefly to New Orleans where he worked with the bands of Fate Marable and Fats Pichon, he was offered a recording contract with Victor Records and returned to New York, where he also joined the Luis Russell band, which was fronted by Louis Armstrong/ in the late 30's.
From 1929 on Allen joined Luis Russell's Orchestra where he was a featured soloist until he joined Fletcher Henderson's Orchestra in 1934.
He also made a series of recordings in late 1931 with Don Redman, and played with Lucky Millinder's band from 1934 to 1937, when he returend to Luis Russell for three more years at at time when this orchestra was often fronted by Louis Armstrong.
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 CMT.com : Paul Barbarin : Biography
After more time back in New Orleans, Barbarin relocated to New York in 1928, where he joined Luis Russell's notable band, staying until 1932 and anchoring one of the top jazz groups of the era.
After leaving Russell, Barbarin freelanced in both New York and New Orleans and then rejoined Russell in 1935, staying with the pianist when the orchestra became Louis Armstrong's backup band.
Through the years, Paul Barbarin recorded with King Oliver, Luis Russell, Jelly Roll Morton, Louis Armstrong and Sidney Bechet, in addition to leading many sessions of his own (starting in 1950) for 504, Circle, GHB, Jazztone, Atlantic, Good Time Jazz, Southland and Nobility.
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 RUSSELL, Luis : MusicWeb Encyclopaedia of Popular Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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They backed Armstrong for two days at the Savoy '35; subsequently Joe Glaser took them over as Louis's permanent backing band and they lost their identity, Russell mus.
He led other bands mid-'40s but styles had passed him by; he ran a candy shop, gift shop, worked as a chauffeur and piano teacher.
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 Luis Russell MP3 Downloads - Luis Russell Music Downloads - Luis Russell Music Videos
Panamanian pianist Luis Russell may not have a place in the jazz pantheon, but the sides he and his band cut between 1929-1930 deserve wider recognition.
Highlights abound here, from the minor mood fantasy "Call of the Freaks" to the irrepressible flag-waver "Jersey Lightning." The quality is sustained throughout, in fact, thanks to such luminaries as trumpeter Henry Allen, trombonist J.C. Higginbotham, saxophonists Albert Nichols and Charlie Holmes, and the incredible rhythm tandem of bassist Pops Foster and drummer Paul Barbarin.
For fans of such other sophisticated bands of the day as McKinney's Cotton Pickers, the Mills Blue Rhythm Band, and the many fine outfits Fletcher Henderson manned, this Luis Russell disc will be a major find.
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