Somnus THIS is a reasonable shot at the soul rock of Traffic and Blind Faith and the young singer calls to mind
Judging by the long gaps after every gag, audiences were expected to be splitting their sides with laughter, but the only animal this calls to mind
is a turkey.
And his performance style calls to mind
the African djeli.
(That calls to mind
immediately the futility of considering Spanish-speaking Latin America as a single bloc simply because of the existence of a common language.) Sen also shatters the myth of the correlation between the Far Eastern tradition of authoritarianism and economic development.
The ship's focal point, the spacious and revolutionary "Royal Promenade," calls to mind
New Orleans' Bourbon Street with its watering holes, street performers and specialty shops.
When it's time to change over one of the company's five three-layer blown-film lines - which occurs about every 30 hours on each line - the sudden burst of activity calls to mind
a pit stop at a car race.
Smith's rendition of Morrison's life is satisfactory as an introduction, but the biographical information on Morrison, a rehashing of well-known and oft-repeated facts, calls to mind
the critical need of a comprehensive biography.
And this calls to mind
what is perhaps the first element in the German deficit: their former passion for unnecessary outdoor geometry.
"Rapid Fire" is a whispery spoken-word piece set to a driving beat with just a touch of the psychedelic about it; "Crazy And Wild" is a stellar duet with Chris Connolly that calls to mind
Sade and Leonard Cohen in equal measure; and "Weather" is an oddly pleasant, discordant marriage of R&B and country that opens the album, hinting at the musical surprises that await adventurous listeners.
A name that calls to mind
controversy, garbage and years of wrangling, a planning team with a global pedigree submitted plans to convert this former eyesore into the City's second largest park.
Ostensibly a drawing of an ATF agent investigating a church arson, the image, especially the ambiguous child-like figure on the left side, eerily calls to mind
the ATF'S central role in the 1993 siege of the Branch Davidians outside Waco, Texas.
The movement of the text and the spiral structure calls to mind
that seven-minute metaporn film, Duchamp's Anemic Cinema, 1926, made by filming two alternating sets of disks bearing spirals.
Phillips's--portrait in many shades of black--encompasses so much detail that it calls to mind
a Bosch triptych of Hell, with Bush demons cavorting on every inch of the canvas.
It calls to mind
how God speaks in Exodus 20--"I the Lord your God am a jealous God." It is not human agency but God's passion that will bring fulfillment to the people's hope.