Just A Matter Of Time - Tené Williams - Tené Williams (CD, Album)

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Label: Pendulum Records - 9 61416-2 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Funk / Soul • Style: House, Soul

I've now blanked the field in order to gain a consensus here. Sign your name under a genre if you support its inclusion on the page I wouldn't worry about it being unsourced for now, as there is plenty of material on what the album is thanks to the reviews.

Feel free to add on a genre you believe should be included. Many of those genre as neo soul or hip hop has never had even a source, they should not be added. If and when the right time ever comes, I think it would be great to write a section about the album's impact on music industry and the way records are released and promoted. As for Digital Albums, I would say it is a subset of Billboard so there's no point in adding it, either. But I'm not sure what to do with Tastemaker Albums, I think it could be added.

Ma y ast talk , 4 January UTC. Pazz and Jop mass critics poll. Sources will come soon. But Beyonce is 4!!!!! Wouldn't it be better to use a bot for archiving threads that haven't received any comments in a month or other amount of time? Writers are legally listed from most input to least.

Therefor, the credits need to reflect what the album booklet says, not putting Knowles first on everything solely because you prefer it that way.

I've only skim-read this, but it looks like there could be some useful info on the conception of some of the songs: [3] Adabow talk , 22 January UTC.

Streams Videos All Posts. My Profile. Advanced Search. Stream or buy on:. Release Date November 23, Track Listing. I'll See You in My Dreams. Sweet Georgia Brown. Unfaithful Woman. Dick Hyman. Viper Mad. Jiles Perry Richardson. She's a Fool. It's Just a Matter of Time. Twilight Time. Freight Train.

Sea of Love. Who's Sorry Now? The Boy Next Door. Broken Hearted Melody. Danny Boy. Frederick Edward Weatherly. Lover Please.

Billy Swan. The Stroll. The color picture shows Williams and Ruth in Brothers points to a spot just above Williams's year-old chest. He lays his left hand on the photo and, with his right hand, firmly scripts his name across the gloss. He pushes the picture aside, signs another of the same scene. Then another. He leaves four fingerprints on each photo, right next to his year-old knee.

The other day he stayed too long in a hot shower "Shampooed the hell out of my hair! Here is Ted Williams, rounding third. The first epoch of his public life began with the Red Sox in and ended 21 years and home runs later as he stood on second base during a midseason game, noticed how far away third base seemed and thought, I'm done.

He quit playing at the end of that year. In the second epoch he learned how to live without baseball, trying his hand as a big league manager but pouring his heart into becoming one of the world's best fishermen; for two generations he seemed, with his three broken marriages and his fishing-shack sensibility, the prime example of what used to be called "a man's man. Of the 11 living home-run hitters, all of whom are scheduled to be there, Williams will get the most for each signature. He hasn't done a large autograph show since This will probably be his last.

Yet, even though his body is breaking down, there is a rare vitality to Williams. His mind and competitive zeal remain sharp. Earlier this year Hamon was discussing the. He was never cuddly. In his playing days he was called Terrible Ted as much as he was called the Splendid Splinter. Disgusted by a home crowd that jeered and cheered him in the same inning of a game between the Red Sox and the Yankees in , Williams trotted in toward the dugout spitting toward both the left- and rightfield stands.

Then, to make sure everyone got the message, he stepped back out of the dugout and spit again. As he retells the story--as he feels that moment, that crowd--he begins to boil again. Just as I started looking up to get the fly ball, bases loaded, a goddam raindrop came down, you know? And I lost just a little bit of the ball, and it hit my glove and bounced out.

Well, I really got booed. Boy, I can understand how a guy can get so pissed. He hears that boo, boy, he wants to crack the goddam bark off! But I was a long, skinny guy, couldn't run. If you can run good, they all think you're a hustler. Well, crap, not everybody can run. I think every day about it: God, do I wish I could've run.

They bring in that guy, Rickey Henderson. I wish I'd had wheels like that. I just close my eyes and say to myself, Oh, boy. Even now he maintains a touch of innocence. He's thrilled by anything new, curious with the intensity of someone who, having missed out on college, has an autodidact's respect for knowledge, books, information.

What's going to happen in the Middle East? Is Penn State going to win? Who's the greatest man of the century? Yes, the ball is juiced, but, Williams says, "there's as much talent in the big leagues today as there's ever been. I see plays in the outfield I have never seen before. You know who's done more for tennis in the last 15 years? Bud Collins. You know he used to chew me out in the goddam papers? I hated the little bastard. But he knows what he's talking about, no question!

He should be the commissioner of tennis! You tell him that. It's that odd, outsized passion, as much as his. So big that four U. So big that Boston just named a tunnel after him. Unlike DiMaggio, who carried himself with Olympian reserve, Williams was all too human, radiating flaws and ambition. Bats flew into the stands, fishing rods splintered and sank. His wars with the Boston fans and media so scarred Williams that he refused to tip his hat after homering in his final at bat, in Boston in But in time this denial took on power, became a strange symbol of integrity, of one man's insistence on remaining true to himself.

How else to explain why a thirtysomething candidate for sheriff in Massachusetts goes all the way to Florida to seek Williams's blessing? How else to explain why, in , Bush asked Williams to campaign for him during the New Hampshire primary?

The two hit a fishing show in Manchester, and, Bush says, "I might as well not have existed. After all these years, it's still the same.

So is he. When Williams began rehabilitation from his stroke in March , he met a year-old girl named Tricia Miranti from nearby Inverness, Fla. Confined to a wheelchair since the age of five because of a brain aneurysm, Tricia had a lively manner and a roaring laugh that struck a deep nerve in Williams. He is famous for his charity work, but when he is with Tricia, he shows a tenderness few people ever see.

For a while Williams visited Tricia on weekends, but that wasn't enough. He made calls that helped her get into college; he has arranged weekly training sessions for her with his personal trainer, at his expense. All this took Vicki by surprise. When people hear of Tricia's relationship with Williams, they ask her to get his autograph for them. She refuses. As he is. Since Tricia began working with Williams's trainer, she has been able to do more assisted walking than doctors thought she ever would.

This has given her a confidence she didn't have before. Wanting, however, isn't good enough for Williams. Angry at fate, at God. Williams isn't happy with God. At an age when most men make peace with their maker, Williams rages. While Tricia splashes, he looks up at the sky and demands to know why she should suffer, and when he gets no answer, he curses God.

As for himself, Williams scratches the belly of year-old Slugger and snaps his eyes upward to make just one snarling request: "I absolutely pray to that Jesus Christ that I die before my dog. There was a moment, just a sliver of time, when John-Henry Williams had a taste of what his father knew as a hitter. It was in late winter , and John-Henry had left the University of Maine against Ted's wishes to give baseball one serious shot, in a semipro league in California: three games a week and all the batting practice you could ask for.

Dad talks in books about how your blisters start bleeding? I knew what that was like.


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