A blank book for the insertion of photographs, stamps, or pictures
the wedding pictures had pride of place in the family album
A collection of recordings, on long-playing record, cassette, or compact disc, that are issued as a single item
one or more recordings issued together; originally released on 12-inch phonograph records (usually with attractive record covers) and later on cassette audiotape and compact disc
a book of blank pages with pockets or envelopes; for organizing photographs or stamp collections etc
An album or record album is a collection of related audio or music tracks distributed to the public. The most common way is through commercial distribution, although smaller artists will often distribute directly to the public by selling their albums at live concerts or on their websites.
Álbum is the second studio album by the Mexican pop duo Lu. The first single is called "La vida después de ti", the second single is called "Si tú me quisieras", and the third single is called "Voy a llorar".
David Samuel Pike (born March 23, 1938 in Detroit) is a jazz vibraphone player. He learned drums at the age of eight and is self-taught on vibes. He has also played marimba, particularly with Herbie Mann. Lionel Hampton, Milt Jackson, and Cal Tjader were early inspirations for him.
Album is a South Indian Tamil film released in 2002. This film potrays the love and affection between two families.
Album is the debut album by the indie rock band Girls. It was released September 22, 2009 on True Panther Sounds.
"Album" is the seventh episode of the first season of the 1974 American television series Land of the Lost. Written by Dick Morgan and directed by Bob Lally, it first aired in the United States on October 19, 1974 on NBC. The episode guest stars Erica Hagen.
A book specially designed to keep photographs, stamps, or autographs; A jacket for a phonograph record; an album cover; A phonograph record; A group of audio recordings, on any medium, intended for distribution as a group
albums come in various sizes but the majority of photo friendly and acid-free albums are available in 6×6 inch, 8 1/2 x 11 inch and 12×12 inch. There are also specialty sizes, and you can create your own quite easily. There are several types of albums:
(Albums) Behind the Front | Bridging the Gap | Elephunk | Monkey Business
(Albums) On the 6 · J. Lo · J to tha L-O!: The Remixes · This Is Me... Then · Rebirth · Como Ama Una Mujer
(Albums) Used for storing and displaying your layouts and scrapbook pages. Albums generally come with a number of protective plastic sleeves, with the choice of inserting your pages from the top (top-loading album) or the side (side-loading album).
(Albums) ZOEgirl | Life | Mix of Life | Different Kind of FREE | Room to Breathe
(Albums) are books for holding collections of memorabilia, pictures or photographs. They are often made so that the pages are removable. albums hold collections of stamps.
A full length recording. In pop music, it contains a number of songs.
The standard European term for a book-format comic. May have either trade paperback or hardcover binding.
A book for storing stamps. Most albums consist of pages preprinted with stamp images, although a stockbook with pockets to hold stamps may also be considered an album.
A holder with slots for storing and displaying coins in a book type manner. Common brand names include Whitman, Dansco and Harco.
Blank book used to store scrapbooking photographs and scrapbook pages.
Refers to a group of records belonging to a set, most often packaged together and held in gatefold sleeves. Note: As used here, does not refer to a single long-playing record.
Generally, a collection of bande-dessinées, generally hardbound, comprising a complete, usually previously-serialized, storyline. Sometimes referred to as graphic novels.
The actual collection of images (and movies) that are within a folder within the "albums" folder.
a collection of recordings in one package. It originally referred to a number of 78RPM records in one binder, then a vinyl long-playing record LP, and now a CD or cassette tape. Because of the dominance of vinyl LPs from the 50s until recently, the term often refers to them.
A set of photos. An album can include sub-albums. A photo can belong to several albums.