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Bob Powell (1961 - ) is a U.S. composer. Jump to: navigation, search 1961 was a common year starting on Sunday (link will take you to calendar). ... ...

In 2004 Bob released the Bob Powell Anthology as open source audio on the Internet. Jump to: navigation, search 2004 (MMIV) was a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ... Dedicated to the open source community, the Bob Powell Anthology is a collection of recordings of over 60 original songs by Bob Powell spanning a 25 year period. ... Open source refers to projects that are open to the public and which draw on other projects that are freely available to the general public. ...

Discography also includes Evil Flower Volume One, Dreamscape Of The Falcon, Pussywillow Patch, Pretzel Head, Room 417, Leftover Noodles and Los Angeles.

Born in Rochester, New York, Bob currently lives in self imposed exile in Los Angeles, California working on solo projects and does not believe in collaboration or groups of any kind. Jump to: navigation, search A portion of Rochesters skyline, looking north along the Genesee River from the Ford Street Bridge. ... Exile is a form of punishment. ... Jump to: navigation, search The City of Los Angeles (from Spanish; Los Ángeles, ) also known simply as L.A., is the second-largest city in the United States in terms of population, as well as one of the worlds most important economic, cultural, and entertainment centers. ...

"Bob is a wandering minstrel, and as our greedy time has harvested every attention, he's sneaking into neighboring backyards while we're sleeping, luring lucid dreamers to pasture. It may be years before he hops your fence, and longer still will his tales of irreversible lovliness shake your sealed windows and charm your fluffy warm blankets before you repent....but you must!! This music will slip in and out of your indescision, ring true when the bells are tolling, and rest on your weary back as wings whilst you run with hastened resignation for the hills....and like a wandering minstrel, gone far too soon." - Tom Grimley

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Blue Skies for Bob Powell (1556 words)
Powell served with the 8th Air Force in the 352nd Fighter Group stationed at Bodney, England: a tough outfit that came to be known by a tough-sounding name.
Powell says their bedroom was so small "we had to get in the bed over the footboard," but that "those were some of the really great days of our lifetime."
Powell, along with many of his fellow students returning from the war, was more mature, more serious about his studies, and earned higher grades.
Bob Powell (comics) at AllExperts (1114 words)
Bob Powell né Stanley Robert Pawlowski (born October 6, 1916, Buffalo, New York, United States; died October 1, 1967, Huntington, New York) was an American comic book artist known for his work during the 1930-40s Golden Age of comic books, including on the features "Sheena, Queen of the Jungle" and "Mr.
Powell remained uncredited until Eisner and Cuidera, in a 1999 panel, discussed his contribution [1].
Powell became particularly known for his "good girl art" in Magazine Enterprises' Cave Girl, and in Fiction House's Jungle Comics, where he worked on early Sheena stories and later on the zebra-bikini'd jungle adventuress Camilla.
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