- Performer:John Donaldson
- Title:Sing the Line
- Style:Post-Bop,Jazz Instrument,Piano Jazz
- Date of release:June 17, 1997
- Recording date:December, 1995
- Recording location:Livingstone Studios, London, England
- Size FLAC version1671 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1105 megabytes
- Size WMA version1167 megabytes
- Formats:MMF MIDI AC3 MP4 VQF AU
John Dalgleish Donaldson (born 5 September 1941) is a Scottish-Australian professor and the father of Mary, Crown Princess of Denmark, the wife of the heir apparent to the throne of Denmark, Frederik, Crown Prince of Denmark. Donaldson was born at Cockenzie and Port Seton, Scotland, the son of Captain Peter Donaldson (1911–1978) and his wife Mary Dalgleish (1914–2002).
John Prine is the first album by American country/folk singer-songwriter John Prine, issued by Atlantic Records in 1971. In 2003, the album was ranked number 452 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.
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The company was founded in 1855 as the Donaldson Brothers. They acquired their first ship in 1858, a wooden barque, and it was placed in service between the Clyde, Brazil and the River Plate. About 1880, they added routes from Glasgow to Quebec and Montreal. In 1894, Bristol to Montreal was added but was soon discontinued due to a lack of freight. They became Donaldson Line Limited in 1913. In 1916 the Anchor Line obtained a controlling interest in the four Donaldson passenger steamers and a seperate company, Anchor-Donaldson Ltd was formed to operate them.
Biography by Scott Yanow. Prolific jazz saxophonist whose work earned late recognition as some of the best groove-laden soul jazz.
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All Professional Baseball Statistics for John Donaldson. Positions: Second Baseman, Shortstop and Third Baseman. Bats: Left, Throws: Right. 5-11, 160lb (180cm, 72kg). Born: May 5, 1943 in Charlotte, NC us. High School: Garinger HS (Charlotte, NC). Debut: August 26, 1966 (Age 23-113d, 10,104th in MLB history) vs. CAL 5 AB, 0 H, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB. Last Game: October 2, 1974 (Age 31-150d) vs. CAL 1 AB, 0 H, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB. Rookie Status: Exceeded rookie limits during 1967 season.
CreditsJerry Boys - Engineer
Andrew Cleyndert - Bass, Double Bass
Agatha Coffey - Vocals
John Dent - Mastering
John Donaldson - Composer, Organ (Hammond), Piano, Primary Artist, String Arrangements
Amanda Drummond - Viola
Bill Evans - Composer
Benny Golson - Composer
Paul Harris - Cover Design
Abdullah Ibrahim - Composer
Dave Mattacks - Cymbals, Drums, Percussion
Francis McPeake - Composer
Prabjote Osahn - String Arrangements, Violin
Andy Panayi - Sax (Tenor)
Steve Swallow - Composer
Don Weller - Composer
Kenny Werner - Composer
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|3||The Wedding Abdullah Ibrahim||John Donaldson||3:22|
|4||Unrelated Incident John Donaldson||John Donaldson||6:39|
|5||Sad to Say Benny Golson||John Donaldson||4:21|
|6||Fruit Don Weller||John Donaldson||6:59|
|7||Chanterelle John Donaldson||John Donaldson||5:37|
|8||Only Child Bill Evans||John Donaldson||5:18|
|9||Wild Mountain Thyme Francis McPeake||John Donaldson||3:35|
|10||Compensation Kenny Werner||John Donaldson||6:30|