Till We Have Faces (disambiguation)

Last updated

Till We Have Faces is a 1956 novel by C. S. Lewis.

Till We Have Faces may also refer to:

<i>Till We Have Faces</i> (Gary Thomas album) album by Gary Thomas

Till We Have Faces is the sixth album by saxophonist Gary Thomas which was recorded in 1992 and released on the JMT label. As with his previous album While the Gate Is Open (1990), it features Thomas' interpretations of eight jazz standards.

<i>Till We Have Faces</i> (Over the Rhine album) album by Over the Rhine

Till We Have Faces is Over the Rhine's debut album, released independently in 1991, and re-released in 1995 on I.R.S. Records.

<i>Till We Have Faces</i> (Steve Hackett album) 1984 studio album by Steve Hackett

Till We Have Faces is the eighth solo album by guitarist Steve Hackett. The album is rock, with elements of world music. The majority of the album was recorded in Brazil, while the final mixing was done in London. The name of the album comes from a novel by C.S.Lewis, whose work is a long-time influence on Hackett.

See also

Related Research Articles

Rammstein German industrial metal band

Rammstein is a German Neue Deutsche Härte hard rock band from Berlin, Germany, formed in 1994. Throughout their existence, Rammstein's six-man lineup has remained unchanged — lead vocalist Till Lindemann, lead guitarist Richard Z. Kruspe, bassist Oliver "Ollie" Riedel, rhythm guitarist Paul H. Landers, keyboardist Christian "Flake" Lorenz and drummer Christoph "Doom" Schneider.

Small Faces English band

Small Faces were an English rock band from East London. The group was founded in 1965 by members Steve Marriott, Ronnie Lane, Kenney Jones, and Jimmy Winston, although by 1966 Winston was replaced by Ian McLagan as the band's keyboardist.

The Geto Boys are an American rap group from Fifth Ward, Houston, Texas, consisting of Scarface, Bushwick Bill and Willie D. The Geto Boys have earned notoriety for their lyrics covering controversial topics such as misogyny, gore, psychotic experiences, and necrophilia. The group enjoyed success in the 1990s with several certified albums and singles.

<i>David Bowie</i> (1967 album) 1967 studio album by David Bowie

David Bowie is the self-titled debut studio album by English musician David Bowie, released on 1 June 1967, on Deram Records.

Over the Rhine (band)

Over the Rhine is an American, Ohio-based folk music band, the core of which is the husband-and-wife team of pianist/guitarist/bassist Linford Detweiler and vocalist/guitarist Karin Bergquist. The band began as a quartet with guitarist Ric Hordinski and drummer Brian Kelley. Hordinski left the band in December 1996, and Kelley continued to play into 1997 before departing. The original foursome reunited in December 2008 at The Taft Theatre to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the formation of the band, and again in the summer of 2010 at Ric's studio, "the Monastery", to play the album "Good Dog Bad Dog" live, in its entirety.

Rubber Band (song) single

"Rubber Band" is a single by David Bowie. The single was released in December 1966, and marked the start of Bowie's recording contract with Deram which would include his first album, 1967’s David Bowie.

<i>Till Deaf Do Us Part</i> 1981 studio album by Slade

Till Deaf Do Us Part is the tenth studio album by the British rock group Slade. It was released on 13 November 1981 and reached No. 68 on the UK charts. The album was produced by Slade. Although not as successful as We'll Bring the House Down earlier in the year, this album sold well.

Tito & Tarantula American band

Tito & Tarantula is an American chicano rock/blues rock band formed in Hollywood California in 1992 by singer/songwriter/guitarist Tito Larriva.

"The Best Thing for You " is a popular song written by Irving Berlin and published in 1950. It was featured in the 1950 Broadway musical play Call Me Madam, in which it was introduced by Ethel Merman in a scene with Paul Lukas. The 1953 film version also featured the song when it was sung by Ethel Merman and George Sanders.

Till We Aint Strangers Anymore 2007 single by LeAnn Rimes and Bon Jovi

"Till We Ain't Strangers Anymore" is a song by American rock band Bon Jovi, from their tenth studio album, Lost Highway, released in 2007. The song was released by Mercury Nashville to radio in the United States, and as a CD Maxi in Germany, Switzerland and Austria in November 2007 as the album's third single. It features country pop singer LeAnn Rimes, and also appears as a bonus track on her 12th album, Family.

<i>Lost Highway: The Concert</i> 2007 live album / Video album by Bon Jovi

Lost Highway: The Concert is the fourth live DVD from American rock band Bon Jovi. The DVD shows the band performing the Lost Highway album in its entirety to an audience of approximately 2,000 people in the Chicago Illinois. It is the first time in the band's history that they have performed an entire album in sequence live. After they completed performing the album in its entirety, the band played three of their hits: "It's My Life", "Wanted Dead or Alive" and "Who Says You Can't Go Home". The concert was released as a bonus audio disk with the German and UK version of Lost Highway on May 16, 2008 under the name Lost Highway: Tour Edition.

Noise Ratchet were an alternative rock band originating from California.

<i>Till I Loved You</i> (album) 1988 studio album by Barbra Streisand

Till I Loved You is the twenty-fifth studio album by American artist Barbra Streisand, released on October 25, 1988 on Columbia Records. The album was particularly notable both for its thematic structure and its high-budget production, as many guest writers, producers and musicians participated during its making – Burt Bacharach and Carole Bayer Sager offered three brand new songs to the album, Quincy Jones produced "The Places You Find Love" and Luther Vandross and Dionne Warwick among others added backing vocals to the track. Also, the title track was a duet between Streisand and her then-boyfriend, actor Don Johnson. According to the liner notes of Barbra's retrospective box set: Just for the Record, the album also received a record certification in the Netherlands and in New Zealand.

Monster (Professor Green song) Professor Green song

"Monster" is a song by British rapper Professor Green. This is the third single from his second album, Alive Till I'm Dead, featuring uncredited vocals from British singer and rapper Example. It was released on 1 October 2010 by digital download and on 4 October 2010 by CD single. The song was added to the BBC Radio 1 A-List.

<i>Until We Have Faces</i> 2011 studio album by Red

Until We Have Faces is the third full-length studio album from American Christian rock band Red. It was released on February 1, 2011 by Sony Records and is the first album the band released with four members, due to the absence of Jasen Rauch.

<i>I Gotta Right to Swing</i> 1960 studio album by Sammy Davis Jr.

I Gotta Right to Swing is a 1960 studio album by Sammy Davis Jr., accompanied by an uncredited Count Basie Orchestra, minus Count Basie himself.

<i>Honor Found in Decay</i> 2012 studio album by Neurosis

Honor Found in Decay is the tenth studio album from the Oakland, California band Neurosis, released on October 30, 2012 in North America. The album is notable for incorporating elements of folk music while furthering the heaviness that was emphasized on Neurosis' previous album, Given to the Rising. Honor Found in Decay was lauded by Sputnikmusic for being "as challenging and engrossing a record as they have ever produced and an incredible celebration of the band's legendary career". Guitarist and vocalist Steve Von Till cautioned that "if you're going put our record on, it's not going to be a party".

<i>We Young</i> (EP) 2017 extended play

We Young is the first EP of South Korean-Chinese boy band NCT Dream, the third sub-unit of the South Korean boy group NCT. It was released by S.M. Entertainment on August 17, 2017 and distributed by Genie Music. The mini-album includes a total of six tracks. This was the second and final album release not to include Jaemin due to his medical hiatus.