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My original character Jade doing a devil horns salute to Hurricane Matthew leaving. My original character Jade doing a devil horns salute to Hurricane Matthew leaving. digital made with Toon Boom Studio 4.
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Bye Bye Blackbird is a 1993 jazz album by Keith Jarrett's "Standards Trio". It was recorded in 1991 in tribute to Miles Davis, who had died two weeks earlier. It was released on the ECM label only in 1993, as ECM 1467. As in other works by the Keith Jarrett Trio, this is an album mostly consisting of jazz standards. There are, however, two tracks written (or improvised) by the trio for the occasion, as a homage to Davis: "For Miles" and "Blackbird, Bye Bye".
This article is about the song by NSYNC. For the song by Cute, see Bye Bye Bye! For the song by School of Seven Bells, see Disconnect from Desire. from the album No Strings Attached. Bye Bye Bye" is a song by American boy band NSYNC. It was released on January 11, 2000 as the first single from their second studio album No Strings Attached. The song was written and produced by Kristian Lundin and Jake Schulze, with additional writing by Andreas Carlsson. Its lyrics describe the end of a romantic relationship; it was reported to also reference the group's separation from their manager Lou Pearlman and their record label RCA Records. This song was also featured on the 2001 American compilation album Now That's What I Call Music! 6.
There is symmetry in the organization of the album, with "Bye Bye Blackbird" opening and the trio's equally jaunty "Blackbird, Bye Bye" closing the album, and the interior tracks immediately following the former and preceding the latter are "You Won't Forget Me" and "I Thought About Yo. The centerpiece of the CD is an group improvisation, "For Miles," which after some DeJohnette tumbling around becomes a dirge sometimes reminiscent of Miles' own elegy for Duke Ellington, "He Loved Him Madly.
0. 0. More albums from Hurricane Smith. Oh Babe, What Would You Say? 2012.