record sleeve

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a sleeve for storing a phonograph record

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Gill sings on "A Christmas to Remember," and she thanks him in the album liner notes for both his sweet voice and companionship.
Within a few years, he was writing album liner notes for country artists, but often had a difficult time finding reliable historical information.
As taken from the album liner notes, written by Bill Flanagan: "I don't know anyone who dislikes Jesse Winchester's music.
As the album liner notes add, music "lifts us out of the human problem of me versus you, and us versus y'all, and brings us to the understanding: 'all of us'"--JM
In addition, he has worked in radio promotion and publicity both independently and for several small record labels, and has written album liner notes as well as numerous artist press packages.
IT WOULD BE hard to overestimate the impact that the life, presence, and teaching of Sri Ramakrishna had on the formation of the modern India we know today," writes composer Philip Glass in the album liner notes for The Passion of Ramakrishna, which premiered in 2006 and was released recently on CD.
Many memorable tales--like Cash singing on stage with Kris Kristofferson, and describing Bob Dylan as "the best hillbilly singer" he had ever heard--are printed in the album liner notes.
The Liquid Plug-in also brings the features of the Liquid(TM) Player to Winamp users, including CD-quality sound, album liner notes and cover art, in addition to security, e-commerce, copyright management and rights reporting.
Hear Music shares these intimate conversations with listeners through quotes from the interviews, which are printed on the album liner notes.
Winners will receive credit in Marx's album liner notes, as well as plaques certifying their involvement in the respective projects and an Apple Computer system, to be donated on their behalf to their local high school arts department.