Definitions for "Dreams"
Keywords:  album, debut, gabrielle, singer, song
"Dreams" is the third official (fourth overall) single by rapper The Game, taken from his debut album, The Documentary. It is produced by Kanye West and features a sample of "No Money Down" by Jerry Butler. This is also where Dr.
"Dreams" is a song written by singer Stevie Nicks, for her group Fleetwood Mac's 1977 album, Rumours. The song was the only U.S. number one hit for the group, and remains one of their best known songs. In the lyrics, a woman warns a man that he can be driven mad by loneliness in the wake of a broken love affair.
Dreams is Miz's first Japanese-release all-English album and is practically a re-release of Story Untold. Most of the songs are there, except for three new songs: If You Run (English ver), New Day (English ver), and Lay Your Love On Me (completely new song). During the recording of Lay Your Love On Me, Tord Backstrom would encourage Miz from the other side of the window by mouthing "No, no, Miz!
to be linked up to the driving forces in the patient. The emotions felt in the dream are key clues.
Dreaming is an internal mental process of the physical body, that normally occurs after it has fallen asleep. While the author classifies dreaming as an internal mental process, dreams take place in another set of dimensions, dream dimensions, which are no less real than any other dimension, i.e., The Astral Dimension. Lucid Dreams also take place in dream dimensions.
Mental activity usually occurring during sleep characterized by non-linear information processing and absence of ego control. It may or may not be of visual character. Dreams of strong visual content correspond to periods of rapid eye movement (REM) and are about 25% of our dreamtime. Some dream states occur with conscious awareness present. These are termed lucid dreams or conscious dreams.
Dreams is a 1989 four-disc box set issued by The Allman Brothers Band.
Dreams was one of the original prominent jazz-rock bands recording for Columbia Records in the period of the late 1960's and early 1970's which included Chicago, Blood, Sweat & Tears, Chase, Flock, and Soft Machine. While Dreams did not achieve the commercial success of either Chicago or Blood Sweat & Tears, they did serve as a launchpad for eventually prominent jazz fusion artists Billy Cobham, Don Grolnick, and Randy & Michael Brecker (Later known as the Brecker Brothers). Other prominent band members included guitarist John Abercrombie, trombonist Barry Rogers, and bassist Will Lee.
Keywords:  mdash, akira, kurosawa, mita, yume
Dreams — aka Akira Kurosawa's Dreams, Yume (夢), I Saw a Dream Like This, Konna yume wo mita, or Such Dreams I Have Dreamed — is a 1990 portmanteau film based on actual dreams of the film's director, Akira Kurosawa at different stages of his life. The film is based more on imagery than on dialogue.
a tense Indian romance starring a courageous heroine and a battered male with demons screaming at him to avenge the death of his wife and to bring his daughter home, which he wants to believe, is Catharine's ranch
Keywords:  alda, alan, eighth, february, episode
"Dreams" is an episode from the television series M*A*S*H. It was the 22nd episode of the eighth season, broadcast and aired on February 18, 1980 and repeated September 1, 1980. It was written and directed by Alan Alda.
a stark evocation of life in the projects of El Barrio
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The symbolic language of the unconscious.