There's a classic metal feel about songs such as "Waves'' and "Deadly Are the Words,'' harkening back to
the Judas Priest era, and the crisp and stentorian vocals give each song both clarity and power.
First reaction is it seems like a good idea - harkening back to
a more simple trading time and providing something of a service to people who find it difficult to walk too far from their homes.
The tail lamps have been designed to illuminate in a tailfin pattern, harkening back to
Cadillac's of the 1950s.
After all, isn't most music just an amalgam of the interests and influences of a given artist, with possibly some grains of new insight between the riffs and melodies harkening back to
celebrated its 25th anniversary, with a gala evening of disco dancing harkening back to
the glory days of John Travolta's 1980 breakthrough movie Saturday Night Fever.
Louis' Busch Stadium this weekend, I found myself harkening back to
1982, the year of the Cardinals' last world championship.
During the early stages of its analysis, Ashland saw itself harkening back to
when the coldbox process for core and mold making was introduced.
He sets up this story by harkening back to
the times of the ancient Greeks and Pythagoreans' attempts to deal with irrational numbers, MIT Pr, 2003, 213 p.
To dismiss them all as an affront to Christianity is a harkening back to
the bad old days of religious persecution, burning at the stake of "heretics," and the Spanish Inquisition.
Her reading of the separate spheres that for Shannon and Elam mark Wilson's conservatism with respect to gender slips that yoke by harkening back to
earlier, non-European notions of separate spheres of spiritual power rather than to nineteenth-century European hierarchical models.
With his opposition to economic and social change and his consistent harkening back to
an imagined past, Buchanan is the purest static visionary in the Republican field.
NEW YORK -- Harkening back to
the days of Ronald Reagan and GE Theater, today GE introduces "One Second Theater," an innovative concept in commercial content designed to capture the imagination of viewers in today's technologically-driven, television-challenged environment.
It's all terribly, terribly fun, harkening back to
the days of such classic 2 Tone-era acts as The English Beat and the Selector, as well as the late '60s Jamaican ska sound that eventually gave way to reggae.
There's no time for the old "yabba douche bag," harkening back to
the days of yonder yore.
We've moved into a new era of nutritional sciences," King says, but one harkening back to
the 1930s, "when we were simply trying to determine what the essential nutrients are.