Tilting at windmills is an English idiom which means "attacking imaginary enemies", originating from Miguel de Cervantes' novel Don Quixote.
Tilting at windmills may also refer to:
Halcyon is a name originally derived from Alcyone of Greek mythology.
A sail is any type of surface intended to move a vessel, vehicle or rotor by being placed in a wind.
Diving most often refers to:
A troglodyte is a human cave dweller, from the Greek trogle 'hole, mouse-hole' and dyein 'go in, dive in'.
Obsession may refer to:
Dulcinea is an album by Toad the Wet Sprocket released in 1994. It is their fourth studio album with Columbia Records and the follow-up to their popular album fear, which was released in 1991. Two songs from Dulcinea charted on the Modern Rock and Mainstream Rock charts: "Fall Down" and "Something's Always Wrong". Dulcinea was RIAA Certified Gold on September 1, 1994 and Platinum on July 31, 1995.
Tilt may refer to:
Invisibility is the state of an object that cannot be seen.
A windmill is an engine powered by the wind to produce energy.
"The Windmills of Your Mind" is a song with music by French composer Michel Legrand and English lyrics written by Americans Alan and Marilyn Bergman. The French lyrics, under the title "Les Moulins de mon cœur", were written by Eddy Marnay.
"Windmill" is a song and a single made by the German power metal band Helloween taken from the album Chameleon. This single has the same b-sides as the single Step Out of Hell, and the same cover. "Windmill" was released in Europe and "Step Out of Hell" in Japan.
Space cadet or similar may mean:
The Game or The Games may refer to:
Dive Dive are a British rock band, composed of Jamie Stuart, Ben Lloyd, Nigel Powell and Tarrant Anderson. Ben Lloyd and Tarrant Anderson also play as full-time members of Frank Turner's band, The Sleeping Souls.
Nigel Powell is an English multi-instrumental musician from Abingdon, England.
Ben Lloyd is an English musician, record producer and recording engineer based in Oxford, England. He currently plays electric guitar in Frank Turner's band, The Sleeping Souls, and is a member of the British rock band, Dive Dive. He also recorded and produced Frank Turner's first EP Campfire Punkrock (2006) and his first two albums Sleep Is for the Week (2007) and Love Ire & Song (2008). He is endorsed by Laney Amplification and Ernie Ball Strings. Frank Turner and The Sleeping Souls headlined Wembley Arena in April 2012, and played at the Opening Ceremony of the 2012 Olympic Games in London.
Tarrant Anderson is an English musician, currently serving as the bass player for Frank Turner's live and studio band, The Sleeping Souls and is a member of the British rock band Dive Dive. He was previously a member of the British punk band Dustball and is based in Oxford, England. Anderson is a Laney endorsed artist. He is also a director of the tour bus hire company Vans For Bands Ltd. Frank Turner and The Sleeping Souls won Best Live Act at the Association of Independent Music Awards in 2011 and headlined London's Wembley Arena in April 2012. In July 2012 Frank Turner and The Sleeping Souls played at the Opening Ceremony of the Olympic Games in London. Anderson studied politics at the University of Reading and an MPhil. in Politics at the University of Oxford.
How Do You Keep the Music Playing? is an album by American pop singer Johnny Mathis that was released on May 4, 1993, by Columbia Records and included the subtitle The Songs of Michel Legrand and Alan & Marilyn Bergman on its cover. The album featured new, individual recordings of two songs that Mathis covered as a medley for his 1973 album Me and Mrs. Jones -- "I Was Born in Love with You" and "Summer Me, Winter Me". He also performed new arrangements of "The Windmills of Your Mind", "What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life?", and "The Summer Knows", which he had recorded for other albums many years earlier.
"Christine", also released under the title "Tilted", is a song by Christine and the Queens. "Christine", which is recorded in French, was released for download on 13 October 2014 through Because Music as the third single from her debut studio album Chaleur humaine (2014). It was, however, originally recorded in English titled "Cripple" in 2012, and a later English version was released as "Tilted" on 3 March 2015. It was named one of the ten best songs of 2015 by Time magazine. "Christine" was a number one hit on both of Belgium's Ultratop charts and peaked at number 3 in France, while "Tilted" became a top 20 hit in Ireland and the United Kingdom.