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T-Wayne is a collaborative mixtape by American rappers T-Pain and Lil Wayne. Recorded in 2009, it was delayed due to Lil Wayne's legal troubles and was unexpectedly released for free streaming on May 18, 2017, by Nappy Boy Entertainment & Young Money Entertainment. T-Pain initially leaked a cover for the album and then several hours later posted it in its entirety for free download on mixtape sharing sites. All tracks produced by Tha Bizness, unless otherwise noted.
Dorothy is an American rock band from Los Angeles, California, formed in 2014. The band consists of vocalist Dorothy Martin, drummer Jason Ganberg, guitarists Nick Perri and Eli Wulfmeier, and bassist Eliot Lorango. They released their first project, a self-titled EP, in 2014. Rolling Stone deemed them "a you need to know," and named them on their 50 Best New Artists of 2014 list.
How much of Dorothy Wayne's work have you seen? . 1998 Dark City (writer: "The Night Has 1000 Eyes" - as Dottie Wayne). Live Grand Final 1996 (1996). writer: "The Night Has a Thousand Eyes").
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Goldsmith advertising blurbs stated that Dorothy Wayne was the wife of Noel Sainsbury, author of the Billy Smith Flying Ace and Bill Bolton aviation. Discover new books on Goodreads. See if your friends have read any of Dorothy Wayne's books. Dorothy Wayne’s Followers. None yet. Dorothy Wayne. Goldsmith advertising blurbs stated that Dorothy Wayne was the wife of Noel Sainsbury, author of the "Billy Smith Flying Ace" and "Bill Bolton" aviation series. Not true, apparently. According to Noel Sainsbury's granddaughter, Sainsbury himself actually wrote the books of the Dorothy Dixon series.
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For Delegate Dorothy, Wayne’s collage approach reinforces the personal experiences of her mother with respect to historical circumstances. An enlarged New York Times article, tinted blue, about the 1953 Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom congress in Paris frames the work. Yet what dominates the scene is the yellow-hued portrait of Dorothy and her female companions en route to the congress. Neither image would have as much force without the other, emphasizing the close relationship between private and public, historical and personal lives.
|A1||Can't Smile Without You|
|A5||The Woman Who Swallowed A Fly|
|A6||You Are The Sunshine Of My Life|
|B1||I Can See Clearly Now|
|B3||I Don't Want To Walk Without You|
|B4||You Don't Bring Me Flowers|
|B5||She Sat On The Veranda|
|B6||O' Rafferty's Motor Car|