Drive is an album by American banjoist Béla Fleck. The album was produced toward the end of Fleck's New Grass Revival career and before the Flecktones were formed and included an all-star list of bluegrass performers.
All tracks written by Béla Fleck
Bonus track on the SACD version*
Melanie Blatt (born 25 March 1975) is an English singer-songwriter and actress. She is also the daughter of author and travel expert David Blatt. She rose to fame in 1997 as a member of the BRIT Award-winning girl group All Saints. The group have gained five number one singles, two multi-platinum albums, two BRIT Awards and have sold over 10 million records worldwide making them one of the best-selling girl groups of all time, and the second best-selling girl group in the UK. Melanie Blatt began recording a solo album in 2003, working with numerous producers including Xenomania and released her debut solo single "Do Me Wrong" in 2003. Blatt was later dropped by her record label, and her solo album was cancelled. In 2005, she made a return to music with her single "See Me", and began recording another album independently which was later shelved and cancelled in favour of the All Saints reunion. Starting in 2013, she was a judge on the television series The X Factor NZ.
Parking — At Your Own Risk is a Indian horror thriller film directed by Yogesh Misra, and produced by Rajesh Bhardwaj, starring Deana Uppal and Akbar Khan.
The trio of Akbar, Deana and Yogesh have also worked on the film "Non-veg". The film's title comes from an underground parking-garage level in which the film takes place. The plot revolves around Meera (Deana Uppal), a young businesswoman who is imprisoned on Diwali Eve in the parking garage beneath the Jaipur where she works. Her captor is loner Rocky (Akbar), the psychopathic and obsessive security guard of the underground parking lot, who has been secretly stalking Meera for some time and has finally snapped, leading to a murderous game of cat-and-mouse.
The Expected Date of Release of the film is in November 2015.
Parking is the act of stopping a vehicle and leaving it unoccupied for more than a brief time.
Parking may also refer to:
Parking is a French fantasy and musical film from 1985. It was directed and written by Jacques Demy, starring Francis Huster, Laurent Malet, and Jean Marais.
The Orpheus myth repeats itself in the 20th century, hereby paying tribute to Jean Cocteau's film classic Orphée (1950).