eurythmics


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Synonyms for eurythmics

the interpretation in harmonious bodily movements of the rhythm of musical compositions

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I'm sitting there feeling like I'm probably going to tell him that I'm going back to Scotland and just forget it," said the Aberdeen native, whose first album with Stewart as the Eurythmics had been a commercial failure.
There are eight British acts vying for this year's awards, with the Eurythmics joined by Depeche Mode, Judas Priest, the Moody Blues and The Zombies among others.
funny might be that trigger something He says: "I left when I was about 16 then came back regularly until I was about 27 when Eurythmics became huge.
Annie, who turned activist and HIV campaigner, admitted she found the stellar fame of the Eurythmics hard to take.
Rave It will not be the first time that the former Eurythmics star has worked with a Midland act.
I want it to be like that Eurythmics and Aretha Franklin song Sisters Are Doin' It for Themselves, not like (Shakira and Beyonce song) Beautiful Liar.
But by the early 1980s, the band had largely gone their separate ways, leaving Lennox and Stewart to go it alone as Eurythmics, one of the decade's most successful acts.
In tow was his entourage of musicians and friend Dave Stewart of the Eurythmics.
The line-up comprises Marie and Greg French and they are being touted as the new Eurythmics.
Eurythmics founder/musician Stewart likes the ``exotic emporium'' that sells ``ethical and sensual chic'' so much that he's invested in it.
Moving to California in 1928, Horton danced with Michio Ito, a choreographer who had trained in Dalcroze Eurythmics, and then he formed his own company.
Our organization has also hosted numerous continuing education workshops for its teachers, including topics such as Dalcroze Eurythmics and the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator.
Snake is one of the UK's leading saxophonists, and has accompanied the likes of the Eurythmics and M-People.
Since bursting onto the charts with 1983's number 1 synth-pop smash "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)," Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart of Eurythmics have been confounding showbiz conventions, whether via Annie's gender-bending look or the band's ever-evolving sound.
The Eurythmics guitarist and Rolling Stones lead singer earned a Golden Globe for best original song with Old Habits Die Hard.