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In the Nick of Time was the second album by Nicolette Larson. It features a duet with Michael McDonald, keyboards from Bill Payne, backing vocals from Bobby LaKind and Rosemary Butler, Ronnie Montrose on guitar and other collaborators. Larson had a minor hit with her McDonald duet, "Let Me Go, Love". Dancin' Jones" (Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller, John Sembello, Ralph Dino) - 3:18. Just in the Nick of Time" (Nicolette Larson, Ted Templeman, Lauren Wood) - 3:24.
Timo Gratschew This album keeps getting better and better. Includes unlimited streaming of Garden of Ghosts via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. 1. House of Wishes 04:18. The Phoenix 07:30.
Time Honoured Ghosts is a 1975 album released by the English rock group, Barclay James Harvest. It was recorded between May and July 1975 at the "His Masters Wheels" studio in San Francisco. It was produced by Elliot Mazer and released in October on the Polydor Records label.
The Good Day Ghosts – Nick of Time. Stray Ghost – The Time Spent Chasing Lost Daylight. Ghost Machinery – Lost in Time. Cherry Ghost – Finally. Rapture – For The Ghosts Of Our Time. Simian Ghost – The Ocean Is a Whisper.
Pudding time is first referred to in print in John Heywood's important glossary A dialogue conteinyng the nomber in effect of all the prouerbes in the Englishe tongue, 1546 . Arthur Golding gave what is likely to be the first example of the use of 'nick' in this context in his translation of Ovid's Metamorphosis, 1565: Another thing cleane overthwart there commeth in the nicke: The Ladie Semell great with childe by Jove as then was quicke. The 'time' in 'the nick of time' is rather superfluous, as nick itself refers to time. The first example of the use of the phrase as we now know it comes in Arthur Day's Festivals, 1615: Even in this nicke of time, this very, very instant.