Knowledge About Sofas | Hold Me Tight (Cold Chisel Song) of Sofas
Hold Me Tight (Cold Chisel song) of sofas"Hold Me Tight" is a 1983 song from Australian rock band Cold Chisel, and appeared on the album Twentieth Century. Released as double A-side single with No Sense it reached number 14 in the Australian charts. Although the song charted, it failed to receive much radio airplay and didn't appear on any later greatest hits compilations.Lyrically similar to the Cole Porter song Let's Do It, Let's Fall in Love, it comically lists groups that engage in sexual congress (Presidents and chauffeurs do it / Terrorists on sofas do it / Movie stars repeat it till it's right). Musically, it is in the style of 1950s rock songs.The single was released months before the release of the album Twentieth Century. The version that appeared on the album was slightly different from the single version, which had more reverb.The video was directed by Chilean artist Eduardo Guelfenbein, who had also done the artwork for the album and the picture sleeves.------Playing career of sofasSimi began his career in 2002 with FK Jedinstvo Donja Mutnica in the Serbian League.In 2003, he played in the Second League of Serbia and Montenegro with Morava uprija. In 2005, he signed with FK Jagodina, and had several loan spells with Radnicki Kragujevac, FK Mladenovac, Sumadija Jagnjilo, FK Novi Pazar, and Sumadija Arandjelovac. He later played with FK Vodovac. In 2012, he played in the Serbian First League with FK Jedinstvo.During his time in the Serbian First League he also played with FK Radnik Surdulica, and FK Timok. In 2014, he played abroad with Burlington SC in the Canadian Soccer League. In 2014, he returned to Serbia First League to sign with FK Sloga Kraljevo, and later with FK Loznica in 2015.In 2016, he signed with FK Beanija, and for the remainder of the season he played in the Serbian League East with FK Jedinstvo Parain.------Sadat Karim of sofasSadat Karim (born 24 October 1991) is a Ghanaian footballer who plays as a forward for Halmstads BK. He started his career at local club Kumasi Barcelona Babies F.C in Kumasi, Ghana.Sadat Karim was born on 24 October 1991 in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region of Ghana, the third of the five children of his parents. He has an elder sister and an elder brother whiles also having two younger sisters. Sadat is a Muslim. He started his formal education at Asawasi Presbyterian International School where he wrote his BECE Exams with an excellent grade of 6As. Then he went to Prempeh College for high school education while playing for King Faisal Babes FC in the Ghana Premier League.Sadat Karim started playing football at the age of 7 at Kumasi Barcelona Babies FC, a team good for player development in Kumasi. He then moved to King Faisal Babes FC at the age of 17 while still at High School.------Notable Poets of sofasMichael Appleby, Ryan Baier, Jocko Benoit, Joe Blow (Todd Anstead), Michelle Boudreau, Natalya Brettle, David C. Brydges, Anton Capri, Dawn Carter, John Chalmers (Revy Man), Christine Comeau, Tim Cusack, Adriana Davies, Corine Demas, Trisia Eddy, Bonnie Enes, Tyler Enfield, Kevin Feeley, Kathy Fisher, Delvina Greig, Corey Hamilton, Margaret Haugen, Jenn Heather, Cathy Hodgson, Michael Hogan, Alison Hurlburt, S.E. Ingraham, Philip Jagger, Wendy Joy, Chris Krueger, Todd Kuziw, Jefferson Lavender, Shelley Lawson, Gary Lee, Rusti Lehay, John Leppard, Mandie Lopatka, J.P. Lorence, Laurie MacFayden, Jan Mann, Aaron J. Marko, Paul McLaughlin (The Middle Poet), Kerry Mulholland, Nerissa, Ubaka Ogbogu, Nicole Pakan, Roy Picou, P.M. Pilarski, Mary Pinkoski, Justin Poulin, Monika Ptak, Ray Rasmussen, Jadon Rempel, Shima Aisha Robinson, Victoria Rohac, Kelly Shepherd, Patti Sinclair Adam Snider, C.T. Staples, Suzanne Steele, Lara Thesenvitz, Mingus Tourette, Deborah Vos, Amy Willans, Francis A. Willey, Rosemary Wilson, Sheri-D Wilson------Jan Cock Blomhoff of sofasJan Cock Blomhoff (Amsterdam, 5 August 1779 Amersfoort, 15 August 1853) was director ("opperhoofd") of Dejima, the Dutch trading colony in the harbour of Nagasaki, Japan, 18171824, succeeding Hendrik Doeff.During his first stay on the island (18091813) he had an affair with a Japanese woman and the couple had a child, who died in 1813.When he arrived in Dejima for the second time in August 1817 he was accompanied by his wife Titia Bergsma, whom he had married in 1815; his son Johannes; Petronella Muns, a Dutch wetnurse; and an Indonesian maid. The ladies and the little boy were not allowed to stay. In the short time they stayed there, till December 1817, they were often drawn by artists, who had never seen other than Japanese women, and 500 different prints widely circulated throughout the country.Blomhoff is commemorated in the specific name of an Asiatic pit viper, Gloydius blomhoffii.In Japan he is well known for his support for making the first English dictionary for Japanese, which is Angeriagorintaisei.------Visiting Forces Act of sofasVisiting Forces Act is a title often given to laws governing the status of military personnel while they are visiting within areas under the jurisdiction of another country and/or while forces of one country are attached to or serving with forces of another country.The law may also apply to some foreign non-military persons who are associated with visiting military forces (e.g., dependents, civilian employees, etc.). Such laws commonly address such issues as criminal jurisdiction, treatment of apprehended individuals found to be foreign military personnel who are absent without leave or military deserters, double jeopardy situations, etc. Individual laws enacted by individual governments may address such issues directly, or may act as enabling legislation so that separate visiting forces agreements between a host country and other countries may attain the force of law. Depending on the legislative climate in the host country, such enabling legislation may or may not be necessary.------Translators of sofasThe team of Messianic Jewish and Christian scholars commissioned to work on the project included Dr. Jeffrey L. Seif, Rabbi Dr. Jeffrey Feinberg, Rabbi Dr. Glenn Blank, Dr. Hellene Dallaire, Rabbi Jeff Adler, Rabbi Barney Kasdan, and Dr. Vered Hillel. Other contributors included Mark Anthony, Michael L. Brown, Dr. Jack Cairns, Dr. Mordechai Cohen, Pat Feinberg, Dr. John Fischer, Dr. Patrice Fischer, Dr. Steve Galiley, Dr. Ray Gannon, Dr. Henri Goulet, Dr. Ihab Griess, David Harris, Dr. Stanley Horton, Dr. Daniel Juster, Liz Kasdan, Elliot Klayman, Dr. Seth Klayman, Dr. Craig Keener, Phillip Lanning, Dr. Barrie Mallin, Rabbi Dr. Shawn Moir, Dr. Richard Nicol, Dr. Seth Postell, Dr. David Rothstein, Dr. Noel Rabinowitz, Dr. Rich Robinson, Dr. Matthew Salathe, Dr. Jim Sibley, Josh Sofaer, Dr. Greg Stone, Rabbi Eric Tokajer, John Taylor, Myles Weiss, Dr. Randy Weiss, Dr. Lon Wiksel, and Dr. Wayne Wilks.------Reception of sofas"How Interesting: A Tiny Man" won the 2010 Nebula Award for Best Short Story, tied with Kij Johnson's "Ponies". It was Ellison's final Nebula nomination and win, of his record-setting eight nominations and three wins.Tor.com calls the story "deceptively simple", with "execution (that) is flawless" and a "Geppetto-like" narrator, while Publishers Weekly describes it as "memorably depict(ing) humanity's smallness of spirit". The SF Site, however, felt it was "contrived and less than profound".Nick Mamatas compared "How Interesting: A Tiny Man" negatively to Ellison's other Nebula-winning short stories, and stated that the story's two mutually exclusive endings (in one, the tiny man is killed; in the other, he becomes God) are evocative of the process of writing short stories. Ben Peek considered it to be "more allegory than (...) anything else", and interpreted it as being about how the media "give(s) everyone a voice", and also about how Ellison was treated by science fiction fandom.------Cast (in alphabetical order) of sofasPhyllis Smith Altenhaus as Herself/Sheba Flieschman (as Phyllis Altenhaus)Dick Barber as HimselfMassimo Bassoli as Adult Minnesota TishmanRodney Bingenheimer as HimselfJimmy Carl Black as HimselfRay Collins as Himself/Bill YardsAynsley Dunbar as Himself/Biff JuniorRoy Estrada as HimselfFrancesca Fisher as The CountessBunk Gardner as HimselfBuzz Gardner as HimselfLowell George as HimselfDick Kunc as HimselfManfred Lerch as HimselfC. Mercedes Lewis as Girl Who Was A SofaSal Lombardo as HimselfMeredith Monk as Red Face GirlBilly Mundi as RolloJanet Neville-Ferguson as HerselfDon Preston as Himself/ Biff Debris/Uncle MeatFritz Rau as HimselfLinda Ronstadt as HerselfCal Schenkel as HimselfEuclid James 'Motorhead' Sherwood as HimselfStumuk as Elderly Biff DebrisArthur Dyer Tripp III as HimselfIan Underwood as HimselfHaskell Wexler as HimselfTom Wilson as HimselfAnnie Zannas as HerselfCarl Zappa as Young Minnesota TishmanFrank Zappa as Himself/The Imaginary Director------Discography of sofasAs composer1988. Flere artister. Kruse, Olav Berg, Asheim, Samkopf, Bjrn Korsan Hoemsnes, Ivar Lunde Jr..1992. Gaute Vikdal. Skygger. Trombone, one track by Asheim1993. Flere artister. New Norwegian violin music III, one track by Asheim1995. Borealis, Cikada, mfl. Norwegian contemporary music, one track by Asheim1995. Bit 20. Miniatures. Ett spor av Asheim1995. Barratt-Dues Junior Orchestra: Asheim, Kraggerud, Grieg, Hellstenius.1999. Njl Vindenes. Sequenza guitar, one track by Asheim2000. Kyberia. Navigations, one track by Asheim2001. Stavanger new music ensemble. 1-2-3 happy happy happy!, works by Schaatun, Ness, Asheim, Hvoslef, Janson2007. Vertavokvartetten, Broken lineAs performer1993. Prisms; Wie ein Hauch av Yngve Slettholm. Water; Mirror by Nils Henrik Asheim, with Cikada a.o.1994. Engleskyts. Med Anne-Lise Berntsen2002. 16 pieces for organ2003. Kom regn. Med Anne-Lise Berntsen2005. 19 March 2004, Oslo Cathedral. Orgel, improvisations2007. Orkan. Til tekster av Sigbjrn Obstfelder. Med Anne-Lise Berntsen a.o.2007. Grand mutation. Med Lasse Marhaug2010. Mazurka remaking Chopin------Fab Dupont of sofasFabrice Dupont, better known as 'Fabulous' Fab Dupont, is a French Mixing Engineer, record producer and teacher. He was born in Canada but his parents moved back to France when he was a toddler. Growing up in Paris, he studied music theory and saxophone before moving to Boston, Massachusetts where he attended Berklee college of music, majoring in Songwriting. As a self-taught engineer and producer, Dupont uses a hybrid of both analog and digital technology to create records for artists such as Shakira, Jennifer Lopez, Bebel Gilberto, Freshlyground, David Crosby, Wakey Wakey, Vicente Garcia, Juan Luis Guerra, Nat King Cole, Visitante and many others. As a consultant, Dupont has worked with manufacturers such as Lauten Audio, Presonus, George Massenburg Labs, Dangerous Music, Avid, Sonnox, and Universal Audio to troubleshoot, create, distribute and promote audio systems.Fab Dupont is the owner of Flux Studios in New York City as well as co-owner of an educational website for production and recording techniques.------Childhood of sofasDavid Fandila Marn was born on June 13, 1981 in Granada, Spain, the son of Trinidad Marn and Juan Fandila, a banderillero, or flagman. Davids mother was in danger during the pregnancy and was encouraged to terminate the pregnancy. However, she decided to ignore the advice and continued with the pregnancy.It was a battle between David and Goliath, Trinidad remembers, thats the reason I named him David.David spent his childhood living in the Albayzn, a Moorish district in Granada. However, his parents soon moved to the Sierra Nevada Mountains where they found a steady job serving as guards in a building. While living in this community, David and his brother, Juan lvaro, spent time skiing in the mountains. They specialized in Alpine Skiing and Acrobatic Skiing, but were talented in many areas of the sport. The brothers joined the Federacin Espaola de Esqu where they competed in competitions; David left with a national title.