High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! So Lucky is Renée Geyer's 9th solo album and second to be issued in the USA where it was released on the Portrait label. Like its American predecessor on Polydor, it was retitled Renee Geyer for the International market. It was co-produced by former Beach Boy Ricky Fataar, and she was backed by The Bump Band who were also backing Bonnie Raitt at around the same time. This led to a slight change in Geyer's music, featuring a rockier, guitar based R&B but with elements of reggae and salsa rhythms also. The latter was evident on the album's first single and Geyer's biggest hit, "Say I Love You".
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! X & Hell is a Melbourne, Australia-based electronic/rap duo, consisting of producer/vocalist Weapon X, vocalist Ken Hell and 'DJ A-Style'. In July 2008, X & Hell released the first single - "Don't Stop Movin" - from its forthcoming sophomore album Million Dollar Sex Party to radio and press. "Don't Stop Movin" was produced by Weapon X and Melbourne producer Styalz Fuego. In 2005, X & Hell (under the name Weapon X & Ken Hell) released their debut album Sneakerpimpin Aint Easy. The album spawned three singles, "Otherman", "Sneakerpimpin Aint Easy" and "Stares and Whispers 05" featuring Renee Geyer. "Otherman" received steady airplay on Australian commercial radio and received the Channel V Ripe Clip of the Week. Both "Otherman" and the album Sneakerpimpin Aint Easy were nominated at the Australian ARIA Awards for Best Urban Release in 2005 and 2006 respectively.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Rudolf Rittner (June 30, 1869 February 4, 1943) was a German actor born in Weissbach, Sudetenland, famous for playing knight and folk hero Florian Geyer in Gerhart Hauptmann's drama of the same name. The well-known German painter Lovis Corinth portrayed him in 1906. Only one year later, at the age of 38, Rittner being at the peak of his career retired as theatrical actor. In 1922, he returned as actor in several German movies, especially in Fritz Lang's 1924 silent masterpiece Die Nibelungen with Rittner starring as Markgraf Rüdiger von Bechlarn. When he died in 1943, Rittner left two dramas, one of them being Narrenglanz (A Fool's Glory), an allegory on modern acting. Rudolf Rittner died in Weissbach and is buried on the local cemetery.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Geyer is an unincorporated community in southwestern Clay Township, Auglaize County, Ohio, United States. It is located southeast of Wapakoneta and north of Jackson Center. The community is served by the Wapakoneta City School District and the Wapakoneta (45895) post office. Clay Township is one of the fourteen townships of Auglaize County, Ohio, United States. The 2000 census found 700 people in the township.
A fresh and stimulating analysis of the relationship between domestic and foreign policy in Russia before the First World War, now available in English for the first time. 'By far the most perceptive, knowledgeable, and intelligent work on the last half century of imperial Russia in print.'-Theodore H. Von Laue, Russian History 'This important, tightly packed book ...analyzes the basic problems of Russian imperialism thoroughly and with enormous erudition...Scholars concerned with imperialism and Russian domestic and foreign problems will welcome this thought-provoking work.'-David MacKenzie, American Historical Review 'A convincing and important analysis of the mutual dependence of autocratic domestic and foreign politics...This book ought to be the occasion for a renewed and wide discussion of Russian imperialism and should give rise to further studies of the question.'-Alan Kimball, Slavic Review 'This is a remarkably good book. Good in many respects-quality of research and writing, breadth of view, command of the facts, balance and penetrating in judgment, familiarity with relevant theory...The book represents a revived and deepened historicism.'-Paul W. Schroeder, Journal of Modern History 'Geyer presents a detailed and integrated chronological analysis of the interaction between domestic and international developments under the last three Tsars.'-Choice 'In the historians' art of analytic synthesis he has no peer among specialists in Russian history.'-Theodore H. Von Laue, Slavic Review