Al Jackson, Jr.
American drummer, producer and songwriter
Al Jackson, Jr.
Al Jackson, Jr. was a drummer, producer, and songwriter. He is best known as a founding member of Booker T. & the M.G. s, a group of session musicians who worked for Stax Records and produced their own instrumentals. Jackson was called "The Human Timekeeper" for his drumming ability.
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James Timothy Crowley Sr. - Marietta Times
Google News - over 5 years
Grandchildren: Lacy Jarjou, Travis Carroll, Trey and Tanner Crowley, Anthony Shropshire Jr, Jackson Keltch, Alisha and Robbie Begin. Great-grandchildren: Noah, Yuspha, Matty Claire, and Faith (Scooter) Apperson. He is survived by his sister Pat Yapko
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Neighbor's Notes for June 21, 2011 - 2TheAdvocate
Google News - over 5 years
Physics faculty member Terrence Reese is at Fermi National Laboratory in Chicago with senior physics major Jonathan Parker and junior physics major Polite Stewart Jr. JACKSON WINS ROTC INSTRUCTOR AWARD: Southern University ROTC instructor Lt. Dominique
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Boys soccer: All-state - Casper Star-Tribune Online
Google News - almost 6 years
Defensemen: Chad Englert, sr, Lander; Kory Jansma, sr, Cody; Brandon Leis, sr, Buffalo; Zach Lempka, jr, Worland; Derek Peil, jr, Lander; Gus Pierce, jr, Jackson; Kalob Rodrigeuz, jr, Buffalo; Donovan Valentine, jr, Torrington
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Blago: Jackson Jr. extortion testimony 'absurd' - WLS
Google News - almost 6 years
Blagojevich briefly addressed the media Wednesday regarding testimony from Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. Jackson said under cross-examination Wednesday that he met with Blagojevich in 2003 after someone else was appointed
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BREAKING NEWS: Police arrest 2 protesters - Jackson Hole News&Guide
Google News - almost 6 years
JACKSON HOLE DAILY By Angus M. Thuermer Jr. Jackson police arrested two anti-abortion protesters on the Jackson Town Square just before noon Saturday for allegedly violating a temporary restraining order restricting their actions near the annual Boy
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Area players aid Malone baseball program as they make title push - Suburbanite
Google News - almost 6 years
Anderson (Jr, Jackson HS) said despite the ups and downs his team has played good ball. "We kind of lost our spunk in the middle of the season, we were making some mistakes, but Coach Crank (Tom Crank, Head Coach) , pulled us all together and we've
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Ground teams launch search - Jackson Hole News&Guide
Google News - almost 6 years
By Angus M. Thuermer Jr. Jackson Hole News&Guide Grand Teton National Park dispatched 16 rescuers Tuesday morning to search for two skiers who failed to return from a trip into the mountains Sunday night. The teams were scheduled to head into Garnet
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THE LIVES THEY LIVED; Crossing Class Lines
NYTimes - about 13 years
Ivan Allen Jr. b. 1911, Maynard H. Jackson Jr. b. 1938 The South can be a magical place, conjuring gracious illusions out of jagged reality. No Southern city has been better at performing sleights of image than Atlanta. The metropolis that finessed ''Gone With the Wind'' from slavery has also owned the modern South's most beguiling myth: the
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Paid Notice: Deaths JACKSON, WILLIAM JACOB JR.
NYTimes - over 13 years
JACKSON--William Jacob Jr. 92, died in Laurel, MD, on October 9, 2003. Born June 16, 1911, in Hoboken, NJ. Survived by Ann Lee Jackson of Laurel and Elizabeth Jackson Berman of Durham, NC. Burial will be at Arlington National Cemetery.
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Paid Notice: Deaths JACKSON, PAT H. JR.
NYTimes - almost 19 years
JACKSON-Pat H. Jr. Age 81. A retired state employee. Formerly of the Bronx. Residing at Northern Manor Nursing Home, Nanuet, NY. Passed Friday, March 6 after a prolonged illness. He was a WW II veteran stationed in the Pacific. Survived by his loving wife of 54 years Genevieve Carmen Jackson of Nanuet, NY. Beloved father of Mrs. Harolgen L.
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Small Broadcasters Are Losing in Congress
NYTimes - about 21 years
To the Editor: While I agree with Barry Diller (Op-Ed, Dec. 4) that the telecommunications bill before Congress is not serving the public interest in programming, I am more concerned that its language will eliminate small, local and minority broadcasters. Increasing the number of radio and television stations one entity can own will drive small,
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95 PLAYOFFS: NOTEBOOK;Boggs Isn't 100 Percent But He Plays Like It
NYTimes - over 21 years
One week ago, Wade Boggs thought his season might be over. His left hamstring popped as he ran to first base on a grounder in Milwaukee and the injury threatened to become more serious than a strain. Boggs rested for three straight games, increased the strength of his medication and treatment, and hoped. When Boggs did not take batting practice
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This Country Needs More Ideologues
NYTimes - over 28 years
LEAD: To the Editor: To the Editor: ''A Working National Security Team'' (editorial, July 10) advises the next President, ''don't appoint ideologues to cabinet posts.'' This is as indicative of the loss of direction many Americans feel as I can imagine. Do you suppose there were any ideologues involved in the Declaration of Independence or among
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JACKSON CRITICIZES PARTY'S CHAIRMAN
NYTimes - over 28 years
LEAD: The Rev. Jesse Jackson, miffed that he has not been consulted by the chairman of the Democratic Party on crucial decisions, plans to press Gov. Michael S. Dukakis for a ''leadership role'' in the fall Presidential campaign, Mr. Jackson's advisers said today. The Rev. Jesse Jackson, miffed that he has not been consulted by the chairman of the
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BRIEFING
NYTimes - about 33 years
Jackson vs. the Rules The Rev. Jesse Jackson is expected to lose a skirmish today at a meeting here of the executive committee of the Democratic National Committee. The group is to take up Mr. Jackson's complaint that party rules discriminate against minority candidates in some Presidential primaries and caucuses. Mr. Jackson, one of the eight
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