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Lead Singer is Robert Hart. Good song
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The Bad Company groups without Paul sounded lieve it or not
In the company of strangers by michelle cruz skinner. I sung this to my first real girl friend. In the Company of stranger than fiction. In the company of strangers bad company. 10, 125 xo. In the Company of strangers. Love this song playing it today in the office. I've had this in my car forever it still sounds great love it. Timeless track. Pathfinders in the company of strangers dvd. In the company of strangers.
The Company of Strangers DVD cover (United States) Directed by Cynthia Scott Produced by David Wilson / National Film Board of Canada Written by Gloria Demers Starring Alice Diabo Constance Garneau Music by Marie Bernard Cinematography David De Volpi Edited by David Wilson Distributed by First Run Features Castle Hill Productions National Film Board of Canada Release date 1990 Running time 101 min. Country Canada Language English The Company of Strangers (US release title: Strangers in Good Company; French title: Le Fabuleux gang des sept ) is a Canadian film, released in 1990. It was directed by Cynthia Scott, and written by Scott, Sally Bochner, David Wilson and Gloria Demers. The film depicts eight women on a bus tour, who are stranded at an isolated cottage when the bus breaks down. Created in a genre defined as docufiction, semi-documentary/semi-fiction,  the film is not tightly scripted. The writers wrote a basic story outline but allowed the eight women to improvise their dialogue. Each of the women, all but one of whom were senior citizens, told stories from her own life. A major theme of the film is how the elderly women each face aging and mortality in their own way, and find the courage together to persevere. At various points throughout the film, a montage of photos from each woman's life is shown. Cast Alice Diabo as Alice, 74, a Mohawk elder from Kahnawake, Quebec, Constance Garneau as Constance, 88, born in the United States and brought to Quebec by her family as a child, Winifred Holden as Winnie, 76, an Englishwoman who moved to Montreal after World War II, Cissy Meddings as Cissy, 76, who was born in England and moved to Canada in 1981, Mary Meigs as Mary, 74, a noted feminist writer and painter and out lesbian, Catherine Roche as Catherine, 68, a Roman Catholic nun, Michelle Sweeney as Michelle, 27, a jazz singer and the bus trip's tour guide, Beth Webber as Beth, 80, who was born in England and moved to Montreal in 1930. Release Home media The DVD was released on December 7, 1999 by First Run Features as Strangers in Good Company.   The back of the DVD cover states: "The original Canadian title, "The Company of Strangers" is on the DVD. In every other way it is the exact same film. " Reception Accolades The film won the Best Canadian film award at the Vancouver International Film Festival and the Grand Prize and Interfilm awards at the Mannheim-Heidelberg International Film Festival in 1990. [ citation needed] At the 12th Genie Awards in 1991, Diabo and Meddings were nominated for Best Actress, Holden and Roche were nominated for Best Supporting Actress, and the film was nominated for Best Picture. The film won the Genie Award for Best Film Editing. [ citation needed] Popularity Mary Meigs wrote a book about her experience in making the film, In the Company of Strangers (1991).   ^ Angela Stukator. "The Company of Strangers". The Canadian Encyclopedia. Retrieved October 7, 2019. ^ Diana, George. Semi-Documentary/Semi-Fiction: An Examination of Genre in "Strangers in Good Company". Journal of Film and Video, v46 n4 p24-30 Win 1995 ^ Olson, Karen Torme (November 25, 1999). "Nov. 30 Releases: (Dates Subject to Change". Chicago Tribune. Retrieved February 26, 2020. ^ "Strangers in Good Company – DVD". Turner Classic Movies. Retrieved February 26, 2020. ^ Meigs, Mary (1991). In the Company of Strangers (1st ed. ). Vancouver, B. C., Canada: Talonbooks. ISBN 0889222940. Archived from the original on August 30, 2014. ^ "Mary Meigs". mAwRTyrS. Bryn Mawr College. Retrieved August 30, 2012. This page is based on a Wikipedia article written by contributors ( read / edit). Text is available under the CC BY-SA 4. 0 license; additional terms may apply. Images, videos and audio are available under their respective licenses.
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Best intro ever. Well done Jef Scott.
I adore this song xx.
James' best ever vocal.
Nice Job Man...
Guess the lead singer.
4:06 Sounds a good bit like Paul Rodgers at this point. I'd heard from a fanatical fan in England that Robert Hart was a strong talent. Actually the guy was nuts for him, so I figured I should give this album a chance. Afterall, I love Mick and Simon and the other singer before this was pretty good too. So, giving Robert Hart his time as well.
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Terrorist bombings are rife in Pakistan and Lahore, that country’s second-most populous city -- and one of its wealthiest – has its fair share. Another interesting fact, at least according to Dr. Denis MacEoin writing for the Gatestone Institute in 2017, is that 90% of Pakistani women suffer from domestic violence; that Pakistan is the third most dangerous country in the world for women. Into this background comes author, Awais Khan’s debut novel, "In The Company Of Strangers", the extraordinary..
In the Company of Strangers is a stunning novel. Awais Khan's writing is fierce and compelling. I loved the way Lahore is described. The characters are multi-layered and complex. Must Read novel of 2019!
4 A Hard Hitting Powerful and Evocative Read! Have you ever wondered how 'The other half live' so to speak? Well in this evocative and captivating story you get to see exactly that. Awais takes the reader into the murky underbelly of Lahori's Highest Society, where only the privileged are allowed. In The Company Of Strangers is a Unique and Thought Provoking story that delves into a different world and all the politics, social stature, and issues that go with it. The Characters are deeply flawed,..
Absolutely stunning. An intricate look at Pakistani high society and how stifling it can be for people. This book is excellent for people in the West who want to enjoy a different take on Pakistan and the region
An eye opening look into the secrets and lies of Pakistani high society!
Captivating story. Reading it for the second time
See more of my book reviews on my blog, Literary Flits In The Company Of Strangers is set within the glittering elite social circles of Lahore where being invited to the right parties and being seen with the right people seem to be all that matters. However in this novel Khan swiftly takes us behind that facade. The first chapter is a shocking description of a young suicide bomber walking to a predetermined location and blowing himself up - together with everyone else in the vicinity. It's an..
A debut novel that brings to life the complexities, contrasts and divisions in modern day Pakistan. Awais Khan's writing brings the streets of Lahore into sharp focus. A tale of love, of family, of modernity in a world of conservatism and tradition, past clashing with the present. A haunting book, beautifully written.
Having received an advance copy from Awais was a surprise gift that I would cherish for quite sometime to come. Written with a captivating narrative it keeps the reader committed till the last word. Truly a goodread. Highly recommended.
A walk down to the streets of Lahore, and oh how beautifully every single detail is described. The writing style is captivating and the story is the best treat of the year so far...
Very excited for the book! The story seems to be woven with rich colours and intricate patterns and I'm sure this book will create a hype! Can't wait.
Page-turning, zestful, unputdownable. Khan will take you on a riveting journey into the sensationalised lives of Lahore's elite. But amongst the glitz and glam, roaring parties and 'business trips', there are extra marital affairs, culminating the larger part of the plot. Khan's novel is not limited to the scope of sordid affairs and glamorous gatherings; he targets accurately the plight of the privileged in Pakistani society, which makes his narrative unique, informative and his reputation as a..
I downloaded this book to read as an impulse buy. It was dramatic and well written. The conclusion was not what I expected but it made sense as it was real, no fluffy happily ever after scenario. Well worth the read.
Awais Khan writing is incredibly beautiful, and In the Company of Strangers has the potential to be one of my favorite reads of this year. This is one of the books I read so quickly because I couldn’t put it down, but then I immediately regretted reading it so fast, because I didn’t want it to be over! I love how the narrative switches between each character, each chapter. What’s so wonderful is that each voice is uniquely distinctive, and I immediately recognized each other. That takes some real..
Intriguing glimpse into social disparities in Pakistan woven through a story of forbidden love and the insidious manipulations of terrorists. Khan paints a high society that sounds utterly depressing, with its bitching and domestic violence. A tense ending that kept me reading til late.
Fabulous! "In the Company of Strangers" is, by far, one of the best novels that I have read in a while -- and I read a lot. The descriptions of Lahore and the societal strata in modern Pakistan are captivating. The author has crafted captivating, multi-dimensional characters, none of which is perfect, but each of which I felt drawn to, in a different way. This book is marvelously written. Every other chapter is told in a different style, from another character's point of view (the alternating..
Awais Khan's writing does not disappoint, making it so easy for the reader to breeze through the entire text (although one would end up wishing it wasn't over so soon! ) A much welcome narrative, constructed with moving sentiment & indelible detailing. Beautifully scripted as it is, Khan manages to reach the perfect balance between descriptive exposition & plot progress. Here is another reason to proudly claim the Pakistani heritage- more power to the writer, for his writing has left..
By yuh Perfection What a marvelous book. I am not one for books with a romantic premise but this was much more than that anyway. Such a sad yet beautiful story. So much going on: the difference in the classes, the age old strife between husband and wife, and a woman who hasn't given up on love. It really showed how marriage can make one so lonely and you can not really know some one even if you've been married for 20 years. Oh, I loved this book. It would make a really fabulous movie or TV..
Awais meshes the agonies and plights of our modern times beautifully throughout the story. Mona, Ali, Bilal, Meera are all brilliantly sketched out and one feels their pain and miseries as the story begins to tie up together. The pathos and ironies of life is displayed in a very subtle but prominent manner. What it also does is depicts the horrors of terrorism and how people are lured towards it. Enthralling, moving and an absolute piece of gem. Awais Khan's 'In The Company of Strangers' hits all..
A captivating read that is not afraid to peel back the multiple layers of glitter, wealth, hypocrisy, tragedy, and poverty that exist in the Pakistan of today; a nation with > 200 million people that sits at the world’s political and economic crossroads. A true social satire, the author's critical expose of Pakistani high society coupled with the seedy underbelly of it's political, criminal and religious shadow societies is akin to shining a bright light on a sewer full of hidden cockroaches,..
Awais Khan’s debut novel gives you a fascinating insight into Lahori high society. It’s like being let into a best-kept secret, one that outsiders aren’t usually allowed to share. After setting the scene with a juxtaposition, the parallel reality of a suicide bombing, Khan introduces Mona and Bilal, an unhappily married, wealthy middle-aged couple. The pain they exude has a universal quality but there are surprises for those who think this will be just another tale of male dominance and female..
This novel immediately grasps you as a solid writing. It is easy to fall in love with Awais's writing. It is polished and gripping, and it stays with you long after the reading has ended. There is not a single excess word in all his writing; there is a purpose for every word and every phrase. This style of crisp writing reminds of Somerset Maugham. I picked it because it is set in Lahore. I was eager to see how this young writer has depicted one the famous and historic cities of the world. I am..
From the first to the last page, Khan’s debut grips you and leaves you wanting for more. An utterly compelling insight into Pakistani high society, the glamour, the superficiality, the secrets, the pressures forced upon the young upper class to confine themselves to a certain ideal, even now in the twenty-first century. The description is so vivid, and written with such authenticity, you feel like you are there, walking the streets of Lahore, experiencing its sights and smells, living every..
This book left me in tears.. It was overwhelmingly imaginative, articulate, gripping and what not. I must say, though, that I didn’t expect the story to unfold in a way it actually did and yet succeeded in making me feel so many emotions at once.. genuinely looking forward to reading Mr Khan’s next book!..
Awais Khan does a beautiful job of bringing alive a distant and dramatic town of Lahore and it’s streets and slums present and peopling it with heroes and heroines that will intrigue, surprise and delight the readers – and stay with them long after they’ve finished reading. Perfect tapestry intricately is woven with threads of social commentary and fiction. Imaginative, intriguing and intense. Shifting fluidly between moods and time frames, Awais Khan juxtaposes first-person and omniscient..
Reviewed For Readers' Favorite by Grant Leishman In the Company of Strangers is the debut novel from Awais Khan. It takes us inside the elite classes of Pakistani society and exposes the hypocrisy and double-standards of Pakistani life, especially from the perspective of the women of that country. Mona, a forty-one-year-old Socialite in Lahore has been married to construction magnate, Bilal for over twenty years, who although he loves her dearly is a typically conservative, male Muslim Pakistani..
In the Company of Strangers is a debut novel with a take on Pakistani high society and its fashion industry. Having never been a part of either of settings, their actions and behaviour seemed a little too startling to me at times. I think the author has done a brilliant job at highlighting the lifestyle — The facade the people have to put up to keep up their reputation, the get togethers which when missed will be considered as an insult, etc. This story starts off with Mona visiting her estranged..
This is going to be NYT best-seller. The way first chapter began, making the reader grip on to the pages, it can be said that the reader found themselves in the story rather than besides it. An upcoming author with a unique voice who understand the extremes of both the worlds (the description, the Urdu diction in it and local culture and people); poor to upper middle class and upper class. Mona and Ali's character seem real on many ways and the way local language is used with high powered..
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Something went wrong, but don’t fret — let’s give it another shot. The first Bad Company album that actually sounded like a Bad Company album in the post Paul Rodgers period. With all due respect to Brian Howe (and Terry Thomas) that era of Bad Company was a time where those albums were missing the signature sound that made Bad Company so revered. Atlantic Records had basically given Howe and Thomas artistic control of the band, which Mick Ralphs and Simon Kirke did NOT like! and the result was some very good material but it was missing the signature sound. This album marked a return to that classic Bad Company sound. Robert Hart had a tall order in being asked to help return the band to it's original sound and feel. But I think he did a wonderful job on this, and to this day I am huge fan of this album. 🎸🎸.
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In the Company of strange stuff. Not going to be utiful. xo. Epic song.
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