Nefertiti - Have A Good Time album flac
|A||Have A Good Time (Fresh Mix Extended)||5:22|
|B1||Have A Good Time (Fat Mix Extended)||4:35|
|B2||Have A Good Time (Fresh Mix Radio Version)||3:24|
|CDI-412||Nefertiti||Have A Good Time (CD, Maxi)||Peerless||CDI-412||Mexico||1997|
|NM 1484MX||Nefertiti||Have A Good Time (12")||Max Music||NM 1484MX||Spain||1996|
|DMX 10404||Nefertiti||Have A Good Time (12")||Dig It International||DMX 10404||Italy||1996|
|DMX10404||Nefertiti||Have A Good Time (3xFile, WAV)||Dig It International||DMX10404||2013|
|120996||Nefertiti||Have A Good Time (12", Maxi)||Musidisc, Joker Music||120996||France||1996|
Tonight I'm gonna have myself a real good time I feel alive And the world is turning inside out Yeah! And floating around in ecstasy So don't stop me no. .
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Nefertiti is a studio album by American jazz musician Miles Davis, released in March 1968. Recorded on June 7, June 22–23 and July 19, 1967, at Columbia's 30th Street Studio, the album was Davis' last fully acoustic album. Davis himself did not contribute any compositions, which were mostly written by Herbie Hancock and Wayne Shorter.
Neferneferuaten Nefertiti was an Egyptian queen and chief consort of Akhenaten, an Egyptian Pharaoh. This biography profiles her childhood, family, life as queen, accomplishments, death, and other facts. After the death of her husband, Nefertiti took an active part in governing the kingdom. As she did not have a son, she even tried to consolidate her power by marrying one of the sons of the Hittie emperor, Suppiluliuma I. But she could not remarry again as one of the sons of the Hittie emperor sent to Egypt was murdered on his way. Twelve years after the death of her husband, Nefertiti suddenly disappears from all the ancient records of Egypt. She was believed to have died in a major plague that swept across the Egyptian kingdom. Some historians believe that she was murdered.
January 27, 1977 5:00AM ET. Have a Good Time. After the relatively adventurous Al Green Is Love, Green and producer Willie Mitchell scampered back to more conservative territory on last year’s Full of Fire and again on Have a Good Time. Al’s recent announcement that he intends to bring religion into his music has not brought any appreciable changes
The final offering from the magical collaboration between Al Green and producer Willie Mitchell, Have a Good Time found the dynamic duo in the midst of a creative crossroads. Green had just purchased a church and was looking to pour his energies into his congregation and his newly appointed title of Reverend. While the message and tones of religion aren't as obvious on Have a Good Time as they were on Full of Fire, they still do make appearances here and there
Nefertiti was one of Egypt’s most famous queens. She was the Cleopatra of her time. Just as beautiful, just as wealthy, and just as powerful – if not more powerful, says Michelle Moran, author of Nefertiti, a popular work of historical fiction. It would be a rich discovery if this tomb held her body. Until now, Nefertiti’s life has been pieced together from fragments. Finding her tomb would be an indescribable boon to understanding both her life and this mysterious, rebellious time in Egypt’s history, referred to by scholars as the Amarna period. Because Egyptian burials include lots of everyday objects (to accompany the individual into the afterlife) and are so well preserved, tombs – whether those of commoners or royalty – have helped archaeologists paint a picture of life in ancient Egypt. And that is why the public is so captivated.
For over a decade, Nefertiti, wife of the heretic king Akhenaten, was the most influential woman in the Bronze Age world: a beautiful queen blessed by the sun god, adored by her family, and worshipped by her people. Her image and her name were celebrated throughout Egypt and her future seemed golden. This is not only because of the long gap of time between our world today and Nefertiti’s world, but because she is mostly in the background in Ancient Egypt. Nefertiti does not only stand behind the pharaoh, but she is glimpsed over by her formidable mother-in-law, Queen Tiy, who has much more power and influence as the Akhenaten's mother.
The mother of three has had 51 cosmetic surgery operations - including eight nose jobs, three chin implants, one eyebrow lift, three facelifts, six mini facelifts, two lip surgeries, five eye surgeries and 20 minor tweaks - in her efforts to recreate herself in the image of the 'Beauty of the Nile'. She said: 'I am fortunate in that I have good genes. I don't have any cellulite and have never had to diet but because I didn't want to look unnatural with an older body and a younger face, I do eat very healthily. No one believes I am almost 50 years old and have had three children because my body and face look as through I am only 25.
More than a century of excavations in and around Egypt’s Valley of the Kings has revealed 64 tombs and other related chambers. The treasure-filled burial of King Tutankhamun, known now as KV62, is by far the most famous. But there's one legendary royal mummy from this period who’s missing, and whose name pops up every time there's a new discovery in this royal cemetery-the beautiful Queen Nefertiti. She was the principal wife of Akhenaten, Tut's father. Tut's mother was a different wife, whose name we don't know. That makes Nefertiti Tut's stepmother. Read about skepticism toward claims of finding Nefertiti's tomb.