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Further or Furthur may refer to: * ''Furthur'' (bus), the Merry Pranksters' psychedelic bus *Further (band) Further was an American indie rock Indie rock is a genre of rock music Rock music is a broad genre of popular music Popular music is music with wide appeal that is typically distributed to large audiences through the music industry. Thes ..., a 1990s American indie rock band *Furthur (band) Furthur was a rock band founded in 2009 by former Grateful Dead members Bob Weir and Phil Lesh. The original lineup also included John Kadlecik of the Dark Star Orchestra on lead guitar, RatDog's Jeff Chimenti on keyboards and Jay Lane on percuss ..., a band formed in 2009 by Bob Weir and Phil Lesh * ''Further'' (The Chemical Brothers album), 2010 * ''Further'' (Flying Saucer Attack album), 1995 * ''Further'' (Geneva album), 1997, and a song from the album * ''Further'' (Richard Hawley album), 2019 * ''Further'' (Solace album), 2000 * ''Further'' (Outasight album), 2009 * "Fu ...
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Furthur (bus)
''Furthur'' is a 1939 International Harvester school bus purchased by author Ken Kesey in 1964 to carry his "Merry Pranksters, Merry Band of Pranksters" cross-country, filming their counterculture of the 1960s, counterculture adventures as they went. Due to the chaos of the trip and editing difficulties, the footage of their journey was not released as a movie until the 2011 documentary film ''Magic Trip''—although the bus featured prominently in Tom Wolfe's 1968 book ''The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test''. History Kesey traveled to New York city in November 1963 with his wife Faye and Prankster George Walker to attend the Broadway opening of ''One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (play), One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest''. He also managed to see the 1964 New York World's Fair site under construction. Kesey needed to return to New York city the following year for the publication party for his novel ''Sometimes a Great Notion (novel), Sometimes a Great Notion'', and hoped to use the occas ...
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Further (band)
Further was an American indie rock Indie rock is a genre of rock music Rock music is a broad genre of popular music Popular music is music with wide appeal that is typically distributed to large audiences through the music industry. These forms and styles can be enjoyed and ... band from Los Angeles Los Angeles ( ; xgf, Tovaangar; es, Los Ángeles, , ), commonly referred to by the initialism An acronym is a word In linguistics, a word of a spoken language can be defined as the smallest sequence of phonemes that can be u ..., California California is a state State may refer to: Arts, entertainment, and media Literature * ''State Magazine'', a monthly magazine published by the U.S. Department of State * The State (newspaper), ''The State'' (newspaper), a daily newspaper i ..., United States The United States of America (U.S.A. or USA), commonly known as the United States (U.S. or US) or America, is a country Continental United Sta ...
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Furthur (band)
Furthur was a rock band founded in 2009 by former Grateful Dead members Bob Weir and Phil Lesh. The original lineup also included John Kadlecik of the Dark Star Orchestra on lead guitar, RatDog's Jeff Chimenti on keyboards and Jay Lane on percussion, and Joe Russo (musician), Joe Russo of the Benevento/Russo Duo on drums. Named after Further (bus), the famous touring bus used by Ken Kesey and the Merry Pranksters in the 1960s, Furthur was an improvisational jam band that performed music primarily from the extensive Grateful Dead songbook, as well as their own original music and that of several other well-known artists. In addition to the original members (with the exception of Jay Lane, who left the band in March 2010 to rejoin his previous band, Primus (band), Primus), the band's lineup included backup vocalists Sunshine Becker of the a cappella ensemble SoVoSó and Jeff Pehrson of the folk rock bands Box Set (band), Box Set and the Fall Risk. History Four months after Jerry Garc ...
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Further (The Chemical Brothers Album)
''Further'' is the seventh studio album by The Chemical Brothers, released on 14 June 2010. The album title and release date were announced on the band's official website on 30 March 2010. All 8 tracks from the album are accompanied by corresponding films, made specifically to match them, by Adam Smith and Marcus Lyall. The main character of the films is portrayed by actress Romola Garai. The woman on the album cover is aquatic athlete Jenny Godding, who also body doubled for the underwater portions of the music videos. Background The album, along with its visuals, was released as a DVD, as an iTunes LP, and as an iTunes Pass feature in US only. As a part of the iTunes Pass program, those who purchased it received an unreleased track, named "Pourquoi", on 29 June 2010. The standard edition was released on CD, containing just the eight-track album. ''Further'' is their first album not to feature any guest collaborations. Though there are no guest collaborations on the album in t ...
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Further (Flying Saucer Attack Album)
''Further'' is the second studio album by the English band Flying Saucer Attack. It was released through Drag City (record label), Drag City on 17 April 1995. Composition Ned Raggett of AllMusic said that with ''Further'', "the twosome achieved a new balance of delicacy and power, heightened in noticeable part by Pearce's increasingly assertive singing. His vocal approach of extended sigh as singing hadn't changed, but his words had a new clarity and crisper delivery, with fine results. Otherwise, FSA stayed the same general course musically, but again the arrangements provide the difference, with the unplugged folk side of Pearce's music now firmly taking the fore on [several] songs, often with gentle reverb or extra studio effects that make the songs all that much more intriguing. It's not quite Bert Jansch or John Fahey (musician), John Fahey redux, but there's a definite sonic connection there that's well worth the hearing." Despite signing to Drag City, "no compromises were ai ...
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Further (Geneva Album)
''Further'' is the debut studio album by the Scotland, Scottish indie rock band Geneva (band), Geneva. It was released on 9 June 1997 and reached number twenty on the UK Albums Chart. ''Further'' includes the singles "No One Speaks", "Into the Blue", "Tranquillizer" and "Best Regrets". The band recorded the songs for album with Mike Hedges in between 1996 and 1997. Receiving positive reviews the album was originally released as a CD, Cassette and LP on 9 June 1997 by Nude Records. The artwork was designed by Struktur design with photography by Steve Niedorf and Harry Borden. Track listing All songs written by Andrew Montgomery and Steven Dora, except where noted. # "Temporary Wings" - 3:13 # "Into the Blue" (Montgomery, Stuart Evans, Keith Graham) - 3:24 # "The God of Sleep" - 3:05 # "Best Regrets" - 4:05 # "Tranquillizer" (Montgomery, Graham) - 3:31 # "Further" - 4:52 # "No One Speaks" - 3:35 # "Worry Beads" - 4:48 # "Fall Apart Button" ...
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Further (Richard Hawley Album)
''Further'' is the eighth studio album by English singer-songwriter Richard Hawley. It was released on 31 May 2019 by BMG Rights Management. The album is the first by Hawley not to be named after a location or landmark in his local city of Sheffield. Critical reception Reviews of ''Further'' were generally positive. Guy Oddy of ''The Arts Desk'' described the record as "Roy Orbison fronting Phil Spector's famous Wall of Sound", and stated that "while Richard Hawley has little to say about the stuff that causes a stir in the media, there is plenty about the things that everyone comes across while drifting into middle age and realising that youthful vitality is no longer powering life – and that’s pretty universal". ''The Guardian''s Dave Simpson observed that Hawley "seems to forever find unexpected new themes to inspire him" and that "Hawley certainly isn't tearing up the blueprint, but within the boundaries of his domain, nobody does it better". Track listing Charts Ref ...
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Further (Solace Album)
''Further'' is the first full-length album from New Jersey Heavy metal music, heavy metal band Solace (band), Solace. This album's cover art was done by Heavy metal music, Heavy metal art veteran Wes Benscoter and is entitled "Midnight Mass 2". Recorded by Eric Rachel at Trax East Studios (birthplace of albums from such New Jersey bands as Skid Row (American band), Skid Row and Misfits (band), The Misfits), ''Further'' was quickly hailed as an important addition to the independent Doom metal, Doom and Stoner metal, Stoner Metal movements. Though comparisons were made to such genre bands as Goatsnake, The Obsessed and Cathedral (band), Cathedral, ''Further'' was considered by some darker than most works of the Stoner rock, Stoner style, and was even compared to the likes of Black Sabbath, Tool (band), Tool, Soundgarden and Alice in Chains. Originally released in 2000, the US version featured 8 tracks, while the European version contained an additional 2 cover songs. A revampe ...
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Further (Outasight Album)
''Further'' is the third mixtape released by United States, American recording artist Outasight. It was first released by Lifted Research Group during autumn of 2009 and then re-released by Asylum Records on March 19, 2010. The re-released extended play version included songs from the original mixtape as well as an extra song titled "Favors", recorded in the run up to the EP release. Track listing References

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Further (VNV Nation Song)
''Burning Empires'' is an Extended play, EP from VNV Nation. It contains remixes and alternate versions of tracks from their popular album ''Empires (VNV Nation album), Empires'', plus the "Standing" single. It is a limited edition release of 4,700 copies. Because of its rarity, it is one of the most sought-after items for VNV Nation fans. The album has been recently made available on the iTunes Music Store, as well as on Napster (pay service), Napster and Amazon.com, Amazon MP3 Downloads. "Further" and "Radius²" were the only entirely new tracks on ''Burning Empires''. "Lastlight" was a remix of "Firstlight"/"Arclight" from ''Empires''. The exclusive version of "Savior" has a full vocal track (the previously released album version is an instrumental). A Cover song, cover of "Further" by the band LifeForce was used in the video game Iji (video game), Iji, and while not released on any CD, it was made available for public download. Track listing References

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