lambchop


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chop cut from a lamb

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Here, Lambchop performed as a trio, with Tony Crow on grand piano, Matt Swanson on bass and Wagner centre stage.
Lambchop Creative specialises in designing logos - and has worked for some world-renowned companies, including Hilton, Nicholas Deakins and Just-Eat.
On the first night, after flying to Liguria in a private jet so Lambchop could travel in the cabin, rather than the hold, they almost moved out of the hotel when their pooch found the bed too high to jump onto.
Clearly, that's what alt.-country band Lambchop does with its recent rendition of a personal favorite song, "This Corrosion," originally performed by The Sisters of Mercy.
Artigues' first collaboration, The Lambchop Pie Collection, documents the global travels of her eponymous poodle.
LAMBCHOP - MR M FRONTMAN Kurt Wagner has rounded up a sprawling collection of musicians in his Tennessee-based alternative country band for the group's 11th studio album, an understated collection of painstakingly crafted musings on different loves.
Liner notes: Crooning with a woozy flair that suggests he just awoke from a long nap, basso front man Kurt Wagner could be a down-home Lou Reed on this sardonic toe-tapper, wherein he confesses that "the good life is wasted on me." Behind the music: Lambchop, originally known as Posterchild, began a quarter century ago and has been billed as "Nashville's most fucked-up country band," thanks to its signature blend of dark sentiments and smooth sounds.
He pulled up sticks shortly thereafter and resettled in Nashville, where he was befriended by Kurt Wagner, frontman of the chamber country group Lambchop. The two began writing together and issued a collaborative EP, Chester, in the autumn of 1999.
The first Flat Stanley classic adventure was published in 1964 and featured a young boy called Stanley Lambchop who is flattened by his noticeboard, leaving him just one-a-half inches thick.
Meryl Streep: Nominee Torn Cruise: Valkyrie Leo DiCaprio: Iceberg Jodie Foster: Lambchop
1 Lambchop, OH (Ohio) (City Slang) From the first listen--oh (love).
Fitting this concept to their school curriculum, ABQ students made their own versions of Flat Stanley, renamed Flat Sa'ad to make him truly Omani, and sent him, along with a fact file, 'passport' and a letter from his mother, Mrs Lambchop, to their counterparts in Scotland.
Elsewhere, Lovesong Of The Buzzard will have you digging out those old Ian Matthews albums, and listen out for Lambchop's Paul Niehaus and Calexico's Joey Burns among the collective talents on show.
lambchop, don't you look feverish, don't you look faint.
used to shape a mixture of minced meat, spices, onion & egg into shape of lambchop or drumstick, etc., before cooking, but not used to bake the cutlet in." Readers Bob and Fran Wittersheim also correctly noted, "There is a hole in the narrow end to insert a stick for holding while eating." The Wittersheims and Jim Moffet were the only readers to identify the mold.