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[Tom Verlaine album] Dreamtime is Tom Verlaine`s second solo album, originally released in 1981. "Without a Word" is a rewrite of "Hard On Love," an unreleased Television song performed live in 1974 and 1975. The album was reissued in 1994 by Infinite Zero Archive/American Recordings label, with two bonus tracks drawn from the 1981 "Always"
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Mythical past of the Australian Aborigines, the basis of their religious beliefs and creation stories. In the Dreamtime, spiritual beings shaped the l ...
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[The Stranglers album] Dreamtime is an album released by The Stranglers in 1986. The title track was inspired by a belief of the aboriginal peoples of Australia - called Dreamtime. This album appears to be a natural evolution from Aural Sculpture; it contains a mixture of upbeat and thoughtful tracks and includes the addition of pedal steel
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[audio drama] ==Plot== The TARDIS brings the Seventh Doctor, Ace and new companion Hex to a seemingly dead city floating among the stars, populated by statues that may once have been people. Most startling of all on the planetoid is the familiar sight of Uluru — Ayers Rock — the heart of the Dreamtime. ==Continuity== The Sixth Doctor me
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[climb] Dreamtime is a boulder problem in Cresciano, Switzerland. Its first ascent (FA) was by Frederic Nicole on 2000-10-28. Initially the problem was considered the benchmark V15. In february 2004 Malcolm Smith did the 8th ascent of the problem, downgrading it to 8B+. The downgrade prompted 1st and 2nd ascentionists Fred Nicole and Bernd
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[The Cult album] Dreamtime is the debut studio album by The Cult. Released on September 10, 1984, it reached #21 in the UK, and was later certified silver by the BPI after having sold 60,000 copies. The first single, "Spiritwalker", reached #1 on the UK Indie Chart. Dreamtime has subsequently been reissued (or in some cases bootlegged) in r
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[disambiguation] Dreamtime is a theme in Indigenous Australian mythology. Dreamtime may also refer to: In music: In other uses: == See also == ...
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In the animist framework of Australian Aboriginal mythology, The Dreaming is a sacred era in which ancestral Totemic Spirit Beings formed The Creation. ==The Dreaming of the Aboriginal times== "Dreaming" is also often used to refer to an individual`s or group`s set of beliefs or spirituality. For instance, an indigenous Australian might say th...
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Dreamtime

Mythical past of the Australian Aborigines, the basis of their religious beliefs and creation stories. In the Dreamtime, spiritual beings shaped the land, the first people were brought into being and set in their proper territories, and laws and rituals were established. Belief in a creative spirit in the form of a huge snake, the Rainbow Serpent,
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[musical] Dreamtime is an original musical by Jean Marc Cerrone and David Niles. It was created by Niles, based on an original story by Cerrone. Niles wrote the book for the musical. The show`s message is the power of love and dreams. Billed as a "New Broadway Musical Experience," the show combined giant screen images in high definition wit
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[song] Dreamtime is a single released by the band Tangerine Dream. ==Background== Dreamtime was released alongside the band`s live album 220 Volt Live in 1993. It contained 3 short tracks from the album, including the studio track Treasure of Innocence, a non album version of their cover of Purple Haze, and an alternate version of Dreamtime
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[Duerr book] Dreamtime: Concerning the Boundary between Wilderness and Civilization is an anthropological and philosophical study of how hallucinogens have been used to achieve altered states of consciousness, moving the mind from the realm of "civilization" to "wilderness". Although making use of ethnographic and historical examples from a
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[Daryl Hall song] Dreamtime is a single from singer/songwriter Daryl Hall (part of pop-rock duo Hall & Oates). Co-written by John Beeby, it was issued prior to the release of his second solo album, Three Hearts in the Happy Ending Machine. It was his debut single, and also his biggest hit as a solo performer; it climbed the Billboard Hot 10
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