R.O.D. , K.M.W. - ... through a glass, darkly album
Through a Glass Darkly may refer to: Through a glass, darkly (phrase), a Biblical phrase from 1 Corinthians 13:12. Through a Glass Darkly (film) (Såsom i en spegel), a 1961 film by Ingmar Bergman. Through a Glass, Darkly (Gaarder novel), a 1993 novel by Jostein Gaarder. Through a Glass Darkly (Koen novel), a 1986 novel by Karleen Koen. Through a Glass, Darkly, a 2006 novel by Donna Leon. Through a Glass, Darkly, a 1950 novel by Helen McCloy. Through a Glass Darkly, a 1999 novel by Gilbert Morris.
Through The Glass Darkly". I'm caught up in the middle But I'll take it to the end It's comin back together And it's breakin' down again If I could find a reason I'd say you were my friend If I could find a reason I'd say it once again. When I'm with you the days are bittersweet Still I can't remember what it feels to be complete I've tried pretending But it drives me of my feet
Through a Glass Darkly. Tacky Little Hatshop. Through A Glass Darkly. Macromism, Dj Kool Dek. 8:11.
Through A Glass Darkly is a 1978 album by Peter Howell and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. It featured six original instrumental compositions including "Through A Glass Darkly - A Lyrical Adventure", a 19-minute track which took up the whole of the first side of the record. Much of the music on the album leaned far more towards the prog rock of the 1970s than the previous output by the Radiophonic Workshop. The track "The Astronauts" later featured as the B-side to the 1980 single release of Howell's arrangement of the Doctor Who theme. 1. Album – Album, is a collection of audio recordings issued as a single item on CD, record, audio tape, or another medium. Albums of recorded music were developed in the early 20th century, first as books of individual 78rpm records, vinyl LPs are still issued, though in the 21st century album sales have mostly focused on compact disc and MP3 formats.
The idiom "to see through a glass darkly" has passed into more general use. It refers to matters or situations, perhaps motives or purposes, that we are aware of and have some knowledge of, but that we know that we don't have the whole story. We're not sure what is going on, there is much more to know and understand. 12 For now we see through a glass, darkly; but then face to face: now I know in part; but then shall I know even as also I am known. 1 Corinthians 13:12 New Living Translation (NLT). 12 Now we see things imperfectly, like puzzling reflections in a mirror, but then we will see everything with perfect clarity. All that I know now is partial and incomplete, but then I will know everything completely, just as God now knows me completely.
Through a Glass, Darkly. Look into the Eye of Eternity at the Nether Vortex in the Nexus. Meet Tarecgosa inside the Nexus where she will escort you to the rift. Obscured Event Witnessed. lt;Tarecgosa listens as you explain your presence in Coldarra. Your tale rings true, Through a Glass, Darkly is the first episode of Season Two and seventeenth episode overall of the Outlander television series. Returning to her own time, Claire must reconcile her future with the life she left behind. Shifting back to 18th century, Jamie, Claire and Murtagh arrive in France, but learn that Paris presents its own challenges. Claire 'wakes' at Craigh na Dun in anguish over everything she's left behind, as she has returned to her own time.
Through a Glass, Darkly is the first episode of Season Two and seventeenth episode overall of the Outlander television series. Returning to her own time, Claire must reconcile her future with the life she left behind. Shifting back to 18th century, Jamie, Claire and Murtagh arrive in France, but learn that Paris presents its own challenges. Claire 'wakes' at Craigh na Dun in anguish over everything she's left behind, as she has returned to her own time.
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Arranged By – K.M.W.
Arranged By – R.O.D.
- Bass – Eddy Goossens (tracks: A)
- Drums – Pierre Vandebroek (tracks: A)
- Vocals, Bass, Washing Machine-Drums, Trumpet – A-Mie Leroy (tracks: B)
- Vocals, Drills, Organ – Peter X (tracks: A)
- Vocals, Guitar, Bass, Spade, Metal Bin-ophone, Drills, Washing Machine-Drums, MonoKorg, Toy Piano, Tape, Turntables, (Un)Prepared Guitar, Prepared Ashtray – Erik Leroy (tracks: A, B)
- Vocals, MonoKorg, Washing-Machine-Drums – Jaak Ballet (tracks: B)
- Vocals, Washing Machine-Drums, Metallophone, SynthDrums, DrumSynth – Mieke Van Roey (tracks: B)
NotesR.O.D. aka Regiment of Disorder:
Erik Leroy: voice, guitar, bass, spade, metal bin-ophone, drills & washing machine-drums
Eddy 'Gooz' Goossens: bass
Peter X : voice, drills & organ
Pierre Vandebroek: drums
KMW aka Kempische Metaal Werken:
Erik Leroy: voice, (un)prepared guitar, washing machine-drums, tapes, turntable, drills, bass,
monokorg, toy piano, & prepared ashtray
A-Mie Leroy: voice, bass, washing machine-drums & trumpet
Mieke Van Roey: voice & washing machine-drums, metallophone, synthdrums & drumsynth
Jaak Ballet: voice, monokorg & washing machine-drums