Category: Classical


  1. Only Myself To Blame is a good melodic ballad which gets about as close to the Seahorses sound as anything on this record. Helme’s vocal versatility is tested far more on this album than any before and he comes out with flying colours as he slips from demonic mode, on the previous track, to the joyous vocal on this anthemic number and then the heart-aching, yearning, emotion of tender ballad Up ‘Til Dawn.
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  3. The Yards The Yards. Forget Your Regrets Lyrics. 2. Get Off My Back Lyrics. 4. Only Myself To Blame Lyrics. 5. California Lyrics. Fireflies Lyrics. Up 'Til Dawn Lyrics. About.
  4. Oct 20,  · There is a sad, tender quality in "The Yards" I couldn't put my finger on, until I learned that the director's father inspired one of the characters. The movie is set around the yards where the New York mass transit trains are made up and repaired. It is about a kid who gets out of jail, wants to do right and gets in trouble again. And about his uncle, who works on both sides of the law.
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  6. California Scrap Yards & Salvage Yards The technology industry in California is a perfect example of why it is important to find a scrap yard or auto wrecker in the region. Technology companies usually rely on many different types of metals and with recycling them at local yards you can boost the economy throughout the region.
  7. Only a pathological liar would try to claim that that the parties switched position on race after the Civil Rights Act of and the Voting Rights Act of One hundred yards from where.
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  9. In the rail yards of Queens, contractors repair and rebuild the city's subway cars. These contracts are lucrative, so graft and corruption are rife. When Leo Handler gets out of prison, he finds his aunt married to Frank Olchin, one of the big contractors; he's battling with a minority-owned firm for contracts.

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