Ian Wallace
Ian Wallace
Ian Russell Wallace was a rock and jazz drummer, most visible as a member of progressive rock band, King Crimson from 1971 to 1972; but known best in the musical community with his contributions as a session musician on his drum kit.
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Two Innocent Black Men Shot By Police, Then Falsely Accused Of Murder
Huffington Post - about 1 year
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Big Bets and Black Swans : A Presidential Briefing Book
Brookings - about 3 years
Brookings Institution Press 2014 87pp. President Obama has just three years left in office to define his legacy in world affairs. He’s facing a number of critical challenges—the ongoing war in Syria, the Iran nuclear negotiations, an enigmatic North Korea and other significant crises in world affairs. The president’s advisors are busy devising policy recommendations aimed at grappling with these thorny issues. From these, the president must decide which priorities to pursue and how to best exercise U.S. power and influence to manage and shape the global order. This book presents a set of policy analysis and recommendations from The Foreign Policy scholars at the Brookings Institution. Designed to provide the White House with innovative and actionable policy initiatives, the book is constructed as a series of memos to President Obama. This year, the memos are divided into five categories: Big Bets are issues where the president should consider investing his power ...
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Secure the Future of the Internet
Brookings - about 3 years
In 2014, President Obama should pursue policies guaranteeing an open, free-market Internet, write Peter W. Singer and Ian Wallace. Instead of waiting out the international blowback from Edward Snowden’s NSA revelations, the president needs to lead a new strategy against those governments who want to regulate the way the global Internet is run. MEMORANDUM TO: President Obama FROM: Peter W. Singer and Ian Wallace DATE: January 23, 2014 SUBJECT: Secure the Future of the Internet Summary and Recommendations The next year will be a crucial one for the future of the Internet, a technology that has driven the most change and progress in our lifetimes. Between Edward Snowden’s revelations and the resulting blowback, and upcoming international talks on global “Internet governance,” this already complex domain is quickly rising as a major challenge to your administration. While many ur ...
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It's Not Only Rock 'N' Roll
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Mick Fleetwood once said that the first time he saw me walking back from school in Notting Hill Gate he knew I was the girl he was going to marry. We were both 16 and it was the summer of '64. The first time I saw him play at Brentwood Town Hall, I felt as though I'd been plugged into an electric socket. Listening to rhythm and blues, being part of the audience and feeling the exchange of energy between musicians and the crowd, was something that would inspire me for many years to come. But I didn't know I would write a book about it! Twenty-three years later, while looking for a subject for a psychology dissertation, I remembered the impact of that first gig. I was living in Los Angeles, at that time, married to my second husband, Ian Wallace, drummer for such people as Bob Dylan, Don Henley, Bonnie Raitt, and Crosby Stills and Nash. "Write about what you know," was what I was told, and so I did. Most of my life had been spent with musicians. My sister Pattie had married Beatle Geo ...
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One In Five Women Dream About Their Partner Cheating: Survey
Huffington Post - over 3 years
If you've been in a relationship long enough, you're bound to have a dream where your partner cheats on you. (You may even wake up irrationally peeved at your sleeping spouse for whatever he or she did in the dream -- we're not going to judge, we've been there.) But here's the good news: you're not the only one getting cold sweats after having an infidelity-related dream. Ibis hotel company recently polled 2,000 Brits and found that one in five women have recurring dreams about their partner cheating on them. The survey also revealed that women are three times more likely than men to have a nightmare about their partner straying. So what do these pesky dreams mean? Dream psychologist Ian Wallace had this to say in a press release: "Dreams where your partner is cheating with someone else suggests that you’re betraying yourself in some way in waking life and need to have far more confidence in your talents and how attractive they appear to the people around you." And if you do wa ...
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Accolade for Leeds centre making a difference
Yorkshire Evening Post - over 3 years
A centre which helps people cope with life-changing brain injuries has won a prestigious award. Osmondthorpe Resource Centre in Leeds, which also supports adults with a range of disabilities, has scooped the award from National Workers’ Educational Association (WEA). The centre, which is part of Leeds City Council’s Adult Social Care, has been recognised for the difference it has made to people in the local community. Ian Wallace, manager at the centre, said: “It’s fantastic for everyone here that we’ve won such a prestigious award. “We’ve been nominated and won awards before and it’s always great for the team because it’s recognition for the work that they do. “But it’s also great for our service users because they’re the ones who steer us and take us in the direction that we go in terms of the services we deliver.” The facility has been working for almost 25 years to support the victims of serious illnesses or accidents with rehabilitation projects and workshops. It helps aroun ...
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Darius Milhaud / Kismet
NewsOK.com Blogs - over 4 years
On this day in classical music: Darius Milhaud, known as the most prolific member of “Les Six,” a group of French composers active during the early 20th century, died at age 81 in 1974. Born in Aix-en-Provence not far from the French Riviera, Milhaud studied at the Paris Conservatory. Although Milhaud is chiefly remembered today for his ballets “Le Boeuf sur le Toit” (1919) and “La Creation du Monde” (1923), he wrote in nearly every musical form, including works for orchestra, chamber music, piano, opera and concerti. With the rise of the Nazis, Milhaud left France in 1939 and came to the United States in 1940. He taught for many years at Mills College in Oakland, California. Among his students were Burt Bacharach, William Bolcom, Dave Brubeck and Philip Glass. Listen to Martha Argerich and Nelson Friere play “Brasileira” from “Scaramouche.” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WFdwvamsh50  Darius Milhaud     On this day in the musical theatre: A Lincoln Center revival of “Kismet” ...
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Psychologist Reveals The Meaning Of 10 Common Dreams
Business Insider - almost 5 years
Many psychologists have given up trying to interpret dreams, but we talked to one who hasn't. Psychologist Ian Wallace has interpreted over 150,000 dreams during his 30 years of practice. "Most people think that dreams are something that happen to them, but the reverse is true. We happen to dreams, we create everything in them, every atom, every photon, every person, every event," Wallace told us.    He helped us compile a list of 10 of the most common dreams and their meanings.   "All of these top 10 dreams have a really positive message and by acting on that information we can usually fulfill some of our bigger dreams and ambitions in waking life," Wallace said.  10. Being late What it means: Being late suggests you feel that you’re losing the opportunity to experience some sort of fulfillment in your waking life. This may be because you’ve been involving yourself in busy and sometimes meaningless activity, rather than committing to meaningful action. What you should d ...
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Drivers warned not to drive without insurance - Forres Gazette
Google News - over 5 years
"All these charges have to be paid before the vehicle is returned to the driver or owner and proof of valid insurance at the time of collection is also required," said Chief Inspector Ian Wallace, Head of Road Policing. He driving without insurance
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Vastly different myths explored in books - The Guardian
Google News - over 5 years
The dramatic illustrations by Ian Wallace, himself a famous writer and illustrator of children's books, add greatly to the text. This is definitely not a book for anyone under 12 of maybe under 15. Reading it carefully after having known it as a song
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Drivers warned to ensure they are properly insured - STV Local
Google News - over 5 years
Chief Inspector Ian Wallace, Head of Road Policing with Grampian Police, said: "Drivers who use vehicles while uninsured are a significant menace on our roads. “Motor insurance is one of the most important requirements which a vehicle user must have
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When cottonwool is the only option - The Daily Telegraph
Google News - over 5 years
"There are definitely more predators now," says psychologist Ian Wallace. "A lot of overseas studies are looking at the 24-hour news cycle, and whether this encourages would-be predators to grab their 15 minutes of fame." Dr Wallace adds: "Kids assume
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Let's Put On A Show! - Patch.com
Google News - over 5 years
The production is directed by Ms. Provenza, designed by Ian Wallace and Steven Schmidt, and stars Maddy Ryen, Cami Beaumont, Josh van Eyken, Bruce Wallace and Sean Olivares. Barnyard Theatre is located at 35125 County Road 31, Davis, CA
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Jim Brown's Coventry City column - Coventry Telegraph
Google News - over 5 years
In 1977 Gordon Milne's attacking team, spearheaded by Ian Wallace and Mick Ferguson, scored 75 goals and missed out on Europe by a whisker after the most entertaining season of the last 40 years. In 1986 John and George put a backbone into a mixed bag
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Urban beekeeping: the latest big environmental movement - The Guardian
Google News - over 5 years
Paucto also inspired Ian Wallace, who has five hives on the roof of Fenwick department store in the UK's most bee-friendly city. "I'd heard about similar schemes in London and Paris and decided if it's good enough for them, it's good enough for
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Ian Wallace
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2007
    Age 60
    Died on February 22, 2007.
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  • FIFTIES
  • 2005
    Age 58
    In 2005 he formed the Crimson Jazz Trio with Tim Landers on bass and Jody Nardone on piano, which released King Crimson Songbook Volume One in November 2005 and King Crimson Songbook Volume Two in early 2009.
    More Details Hide Details On 10 August 2006, Wallace was diagnosed with esophageal cancer. He chronicled his illness in his online blog in the hope his story would encourage others with similar symptoms to pursue treatment. He died, aged 60, with his wife, Marjorie Pomeroy, at his side. Single:
  • 2003
    Age 56
    Albums: 2003: The Warriors: Bolton Club 1965 - VoicePrint 2003: The Warriors '65
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    In 2003, he joined the 21st Century Schizoid Band, and released his only solo album, Happiness With Minimal Side Effects.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1977
    Age 30
    In 1977 he also worked briefly with Foreigner subbing some dates after their regular drummer, Dennis Elliott, injured his hand.
    More Details Hide Details Other notable work includes Ry Cooder in 1979 and Don Henley in the 1980s and 1990s. Wallace's studio and live credits also include El Rayo-X with David Lindley, Bonnie Raitt, Joe Walsh, Bob Dylan, Johnny Hallyday, Keith Emerson, Roy Orbison, Jackson Browne, the Traveling Wilburys, Eric Clapton, Jon Anderson, Alvin Lee, Crosby, Stills and Nash, the Quireboys, Brian Eno, Larry Coryell, Stevie Nicks, Lindsey Buckingham, Steve Marriott, Al Kooper, Tim Buckley, Lonnie Mack, Procol Harum (1993 tour), and Warren Zevon. Following a move to Nashville, Tennessee in 1998, Wallace worked as a producer and player. Among his later studio recordings there were sessions with Kim Richey, Tim Krekel, Rick Vito, Dean Dillon, Rosie Flores, Jessi Alexander, producer Gary Nicholson, Steve Ripley, Jan Pulsford, Tim Hinkley, Charlie Taylor, Rodney Crowell and the legendary songwriter Dan Penn. He also performed live with T. Graham Brown, the Nashville Chamber Orchestra, Rick Vito, Jessi Alexander, and Billy Burnette, the latter in a quartet that included bassist Dave Roe (Johnny Cash) and Kenny Vaughan (Lucinda Williams).
  • TWENTIES
  • 1972
    Age 25
    In May 1972, at the end of a U.S. tour, he and fellow Crimson members Mel Collins and Boz Burrell left the band and went to work for Alexis Korner's Snape.
    More Details Hide Details Wallace subsequently worked with Steve Marriott's All-Stars and was invited to join Bob Dylan's band in 1978 and accompanied Dylan during his tour of Japan. Wallace's heavy drum style was the driving force behind the pop-heavy album Street-Legal. He toured again with Dylan in the early 1990s.
  • 1971
    Age 24
    Wallace later joined Vivian Stanshall's BiG GrunT, and then The World with Neil Innes before King Crimson. He appeared on the album, Islands in 1971, and on the live album, Earthbound in 1972, as well as a number of later archival releases.
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  • 1967
    Age 20
    When the Big Sound split at the end of 1967 during a tour of Norway, some members, including Wallace, moved to London to back other artists such as Sandie Shaw, David Garrick, Marv Johnson and Lou Christie.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1946
    Born
    Born on September 29, 1946.
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