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My reflection I don't recognize – this is the beginning. Я не узнаю свое отражение – это начало. We think we climb so high up all the backs we've condemned. We face our consequence. Мы сталкиваемся лицом к лицу с последствиями -. This is the beginning of the end. Это начало конца. You wait your turn you'll be last in line – this is the beginning. Ты ждешь своей очереди, ты последний – это начало. Get out the way because I'm getting mine – this is the beginning.
Beginning to the End. The Honour Recital.
The End of the Beginning may refer to: A quotation from a 1942 speech by Winston Churchill concerning the Second Battle of El Alamein. The End of the Beginning (B-Nasty album), 2016. The End of the Beginning (God Is an Astronaut album), or the title song, 2002. The End of the Beginning, a 1976 studio album by American singer Richie Havens. The End of the Beginning (Like a Storm album), or the title song, 2009. The End of the Beginning (Murs album), 2003. The End of the Beginning (Judie Tzuke album), 2004.
Arranged By – Teddy Randazzo, Beginning Of The End (tracks: A4, B3, B4). Backing Vocals – Clarence Collins, Iran Koster, Raphael Munnings, Teddy Randazzo, Victoria Pike. Bass – Peter (Pete) Humes. Co-producer – The Beginning Of The End. Congas – Rudolph (Rudy) Pinder. Drums – Frank (Bud) Munnings. Dressed in junkanoo costumes and adding lots of Bahamian music to the repertoire, they entertained a crowd of approximately 5,000 enthusiastic fans. It was not until1974 that the band finally recorded another album entitled "Beginning of The End" which never really took off as "Funky Nassau" had. Despite being managed by Don Taylor (manager for Bob Marley and T-Connection), the group never really re-captured the missed opportunities of the early 70's.
Where along the line did it become cool to turn an album into a goddamn recreation of "Saturday Night Fever?" Honestly, dance this, dance that, shall we dance, dance dance, dead on the dance floor, I can't take it anymore. And it's always, always these dime a dozen, here today gone tomorrow pop-rock bands that are trying oh so hard to be edgy and original. Guess what, not working! Ya hear that, Honour Recital, do ya? They waste no time whatsoever. Save a dance! Save a dance! Save a dance!" is repeated ad nauseum, until the nasally vocals make their entrance into.
CreditsThe Honour Recital - Primary Artist
|1||Manifest Destiny||The Honour Recital|
|2||Pain Will Ease (Scars Are Forever)||The Honour Recital|
|3||Smoke and Mirrors||The Honour Recital|
|4||The Drive||The Honour Recital|
|5||Pray the Rosary||The Honour Recital|