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Portraits Is the debut studio album from British metalcore band Bury Tomorrow. The album was released first in the United Kingdom on Basick Records on 12 October 2009. Adam Jackson has stated it was named Portraits for two reasons: "Firstly, the title track is based on the story of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde, a cautionary tale of the beauty and frailty of life. Secondly, Portraits depicts a person or character frozen in time as they were at a given moment

The album reached on the Billboard 200 and on the US Top R&B Albums chart. All songs written by Michael Angelo Saulsberry, Eric Kirkland, Philip Johnson and Irving Washington III, except as noted. Here We Go Again!" 4:27. You" (Michael Angelo Saulsberry, Eric Kirkland, Philip Johnson, Irving Washington III, Suamana Brown) 4:53. Interlude: Passion" 0:53.

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George Clifford Moody (born August 4, 1942) is a Canadian politician. He represented the electoral district of Kings West in the Nova Scotia House of Assembly from 1978 to 1999. He was a member of the Progressive Conservative Party of Nova Scotia. Born in 1942 at Kentville, Nova Scotia, Moody graduated from the Nova Scotia Teachers College. He was a school principal when he entered provincial politics, defeating Liberal incumbent Frank Bezanson to win the Kings West riding in the 1978 election

Artist associated with 44 portraits George Dawe was an English portraitist who painted over three hundred portraits of Russian generals active during Napoleon's invasion of Russia for the Military Gallery of the Winter Palace. He worked in Saint Petersburg from 1819, winning acclaim from the artistic establishment and complimentary verses by Pushkin. He was the son of Philip Dawe, mezzotint engraver, and brother of Henry Edward Dawe, also a portraitist. Sort by. Gallery recommended Date ascending Date descending.

Portraits by Maribou State, released 01 June 2015 1. Home 2. The Clown 3. Rituals 4. Steal (feat. Holly Walker) 5. Wallflower 6. Say More (feat. Jono McCleery) 7. Raincoats 8. Midas (feat. Holly Walker) 9. Natural Fools 10. Varkala With a sound as quintessentially British as the picturesque Hertfordshire village that they call home, Maribou State will release their debut album Portraits on 1st June 2015. Portraits sees Chris Davids and Liam Ivory exemplify the sort of rare but precious sonic harmony that has made their name so far: equal parts emotive instrumentation and sturdy rhythms, stark.


A1 Crystal Chandelier
A2 Last Thing On My Mind
A3 Take These Chains
A4 Cheatin' Heart
A5 Half As Much
A6 Only The Heartaches
A7 I Want You Back Again
B1 Oh Lonesome Me
B2 Me And Bobby Magee
B3 There's A Heartache Following Me
B4 Irma Jackson
B5 Try A Little Kindness
B6 You're My Best Friend


  • Producer – Ted Taylor

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
GMS 003 George Moody Portraits ‎(LP) Rifle Records GMS 003 UK Unknown