Shine is Trey Anastasio's fourth solo studio album, and his first release since the breakup of Phish in August of 2004. Included in this release is new material written by Anastasio in late 2004 and early 2005. Shine also marks the first release by Anastasio apart from Elektra Records, as Anastasio has signed on with Columbia Records for this album.
Shine is the debut EP by Seattle rock group Mother Love Bone. With the exception of the 8+ minute "Chloe Dancer/Crown Of Thorns," a majority of the songs here draw upon the band's rawer side. Even though most of its tracklisting was later reissued on the Stardog Champion compilation in 1992, the EP itself is now considered ultra-rare and is highly sought after by collectors.
"Shine" is the title track of Shine, the 2005 release by Trey Anastasio, although the song is credited to both Trey Anastasio and Brendan O'Brien. It was recorded in mid-2005 at the Southern Tracks Recording Studio in Atlanta, GA. Anastasio admits that "Shine" was written after all of the other tracks on the album, as a way to "tie it all together."
Shine is an album by Frida released in 1984. Shine reached the Top 10 on the album charts in Sweden, Norway and Belgium, and the Top 20 in The Netherlands. The album features songwriting contributions from artists such as Kirsty Mac Coll, and Slowly, the last song written by Benny Andersson and BjÃ¶rn Ulvaeus to be recorded by either of ABBA's female vocalists to date.
Shine is a 2003 (see 2003 in music) album by songwriter and record producer Daniel Lanois. It was his first solo effort in ten years.
Shine (originally titled That's Why They Call Me Shine) was a 1910 jazz song, with lyrics by Cecil Mack and Tin Pan Alley songwriter Lew Brown and music by Ford Dabney.
"Shine" is the first hit single by post-grunge band Collective Soul. Released in 1993 on the album Hints, Allegations, and Things Left Unsaid, "Shine" became the #1 Album Rock Song of 1994, and won a Billboard award for Top Rock Track.
Shine is the second single of bond from their album Shine and it is based on an Eastern genre. This single was used in many fashion shows with the single Fuego, in Miss World (2001) and Miss Universe 2003. bond shot their video with the remix of second remix of Shine called "Indian Summer Mix" that is the version of the song that is played on the video.
"Shine" is the first single to be released from Lift, the second album from former Australian Idol runner up Shannon Noll. It was released in Australia on 26 September, 2005 and debuted at #1 on the ARIA Charts. "Shine" was the number one most added song to radio on release.
"Shine" is the final single to be released from Into the Rush. The single was released December 5, 2006 to Christian radio.
Shine, The title track off of Cyndi Lauper's Shine album was the first and only single off the album.
"Shine" is a song by Take That, taken from their comeback album Beautiful World. It is the second single to be released from their album. It will be released on 26 February 2007.
Shine is the 5th studio album by the Symphonic metal band Edenbridge.
a troupe of musicians, dancers and singers, determined and enthusiastic to preserve, promote, reinterpret and propagate traditional folk music and dance to as wider audience as possible
Shine is a 1996 Australian film based on the life of pianist David Helfgott, who suffered a mental breakdown and spent years in institutions. It stars Geoffrey Rush, Lynn Redgrave, Armin Mueller-Stahl, Noah Taylor, John Gielgud, Googie Withers, Justin Braine, Sonia Todd, Chris Haywood, and Alex Rafalowicz. The degree to which the film's plot reflects the true story of Helfgott's life is disputed (see below).
Shine is the fifth album by American singer/songwriter Meredith Brooks, released in 2004. (see 2004 in music).
Shine was an album released exclusively in Japan in 2004 by singer Cyndi Lauper. The album was ready for release in 2001 but Edel Records, the label it was recorded with, folded. The leaked tracks from a demonstration disc quickly circulated on the Internet and by 2002 Lauper realized there was no point in trying to release it in a widespread fashion.
"Shine" is a song by the heavy metal band MotÃ¶rhead taken from the Another Perfect Day album and released in 1983 on 7" and 12" vinyl. The B-side was "Hoocie Coochie Man", recorded live at Sheffield University and Manchester Apollo on June 9/June 10 1983. The 12" vinyl had a bonus track, "Don't Need Religion (live)".