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Memory is a 2016 album by Dan Michaelson and The Coastguards. The album was written and produced by Michaelson and mixed by Ash Workman (Metronomy, Christine and the Queens). Joining the Coastguards (Henry Spenner, Laurie Earle and Horse) are Romeo Stodart of The Magic Numbers and Johnny Flynn.
Without Memory is a single-player third person interactive psychological thriller video game, being developed by Russian studio Dino Games for the video game console PlayStation 4. The main key feature of the game will be a non-linear narrative that supposes multiple endings. This variety will be reached due to three playable characters, each of which could be killed or survive depending on the player decisions.
Jon Weiss leads his trio on piano and sings on some tracks while jazz singer Rochelle Thompson picks up the rest of the program with Weiss accompanying her. Thompson, who gigs at Harlem jazz spots like the Lenox Lounge, brings true jazz credentials to her vocalizing with a voice that, like Circe, draws the listener to her, enticing, but minus the malevolent witchcraft practiced by the mythical Greek Goddess. On a blues laden "Crazy He Calls Me" she weaves in and around the beat set by Weiss' piano. Weiss, while not a jazz singer per se, has a very light and pleasant voice. He doesn't embarrass himself by any means as he delivers a heartfelt "Angel Eyes" getting great support from his trio cohorts. He also distinguishes himself on strictly instrumental tracks such as "All of Me" and "The Night Has a Thousand Eyes" which recall the pianistic flourishes of Eddy Duchin.
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Michael Weiss – guitar, background vocals. Josh Bender – background vocals. Andrew Dost – flugelhorn. Young, Jon (October 8, 2006). Retrieved August 31, 2013. Bhagavad Gita 11:19, "You are without beginning, middle, or end; you touch everything with your indefinite power. The sun and the moon are your eyes, and your mouth is fire; your radiance warms the cosmos. com/watch?v AAVSwBAUlBs (retrieved December 2, 2018) Audience member asks question at minute 4:30.
Time will tell, says Benioff. Benioff and Weiss have long known they were tearing through story faster than Martin could write, so they say they’ve had ample time to prepare for this moment. That first became apparent in a meeting with Martin three years ago in Santa Fe, along with Bryan Cogman, one of the show’s writers.