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Seasons (Ayumi Hamasaki song)

"Seasons" (capitalized as "SEASONS") is a song recorded by Japanese recording artist Ayumi Hamasaki for her third studio album, Duty (2000). It was written by Hamasaki, while production was handled by Max Matsuura. It premiered on June 7, 2000 as the third single from the album. The song is the final part of a trilogy from Duty; the other two singles being " Vogue" and " Far Away".

Musically, "Season" is a Japanese pop song. The lyrics highlights theme of the hopelessness, describing Hamasaki's future. Upon its release, the track garnered positive reviews from music critics, who praised Hamasaki's songwriting, the songs composition and selected it as an album and career stand out track. It also achieved success in Japan, peaking at number one on the Oricon Singles Chart and on the TBS Count Down TV chart. "Seasons" has sold over 1.367 million units in Japan, making it Hamasaki's best selling single.

The accompanying music video for "Seasons" was directed by Wataru Takeishi, and leads on from the videos of "Vogue" and "Far Away"; it features Hamasaki in a black gown in the middle of a post-apocalypse city. Both the music video and the song has appeared on several compilations by Hamasaki, including A Best (2001) and A Complete: All Singles (2008). For additional promotion, the song was featured on several concert tours by Hamasaki.

Seasons (Sevendust album)

Seasons is the fourth studio album by American heavy metal band Sevendust. It would be the band's final album with TVT Records and was dedicated to the memory of Reginald Witherspoon ( Lajon Witherspoon's younger brother) and Dave Williams ( Drowning Pool's original singer), the former was murdered in November 2002 and the latter died of cardiomyopathy in August 2002.

Seasons was, for a time, the band's last album with Clint Lowery as he left in 2004. Lowery would return to Sevendust in March 2008.

A limited edition of Seasons was released. This includes a DVD featuring " Black" (live and acoustic) and other special features.

Seasons (film)

Seasons is a 2015 French-German nature documentary film directed, produced, co-written, and narrated by Jacques Perrin, with Jacques Cluzaud as co-director.

Seasons (David Murray album)

Seasons is an album by David Murray which was released on the Pow Wow label. It was released in 1999 and features performances by Murray, Roland Hanna, Richard Davis, and Victor Lewis.

Seasons (Bing Crosby album)

Seasons is a 1977 vinyl album by Bing Crosby which was issued by Polydor Records under catalogue No. 2442 151. The album is particularly significant in that it was the final studio album completed before Crosby's death on October 14, 1977; it was released posthumously, and was marketed with the tagline "The Closing Chapter". Crosby was backed by Pete Moore and his Orchestra and the Johnny Evans Singers. Moore also did all the arrangements for the album, which was recorded at CBS Studios, Whitfield Street, London on September 12,13 & 14 1977 - except for one song "Spring Will Be a Little Late This Year" which was recorded at United Western Recorders, Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood on January 19, 1976. This song was also produced by Ken Barnes and arranged by Pete Moore.
The album was released on CD for the first time in 2010 by Collectors' Choice Music (catalogue No. CCM2104), featuring several previously-unreleased bonus tracks. Tracks 18-25 were taken from Bing's final recording session at the BBC's Maida Vale studios, London on 11th October 1977 with the Gordon Rose Orchestra. The arrangements were by Alan Cohen. This was for a radio show which was broadcast on BBC Radio2 on December 27, 1977. The BBC LP REB 398 - ‘Bing - The Final Chapter’ captures this final performance.

Tracks 13-17 were poetry readings by Crosby recorded on September 14, 1977 for charitable purposes and for issue to the various Crosby fan clubs but they remained unissued until the Collectors' Choice CD in 2010.

Seasons (The Veer Union song)

"Seasons" is the debut single of Canadian hard rock band The Veer Union off the album Against the Grain. It was used as the theme song for the 2009 WWE Backlash PPV.

Seasons (The Verses album)

Seasons is the debut album from Australian band The Verses. Its original release date was set for 6 August 2010, but was delayed a week. The album was recorded in Los Angeles with producer Mitchell Froom.

Seasons (Jin Akanishi song)

"Seasons" is the second solo single by Japanese singer-songwriter Jin Akanishi, released on December 28, 2011.

Seasons (The Oak Ridge Boys album)

Seasons is the 11th country studio album by the American country music group The Oak Ridge Boys, released via MCA Records in 1986. The album features the singles "Juliet" and "You Made a Rock of a Rolling Stone", which both charted on Hot Country Songs.

Seasons (EP)

Seasons is the final EP from the alternative rock band Tiger Please. A five-track EP recorded and released 2010. Music videos for "Autumn Came the Fall" and "Spring & Its Offering" were released.

Seasons (Pete Jolly album)

Seasons is an album by jazz pianist Pete Jolly.

Seasons (Waiting on You)

"Seasons (Waiting on You)" is a song by American synthpop band Future Islands. It is the opening track on their fourth studio album Singles, and was released as the album's lead single on February 4, 2014. The song received much critical acclaim, topping The Village Voices annual year-end Pazz & Jop critics' poll and also being named the best track of 2014 by publications such as NME, Pitchfork Media, and Spin.

Seasons (Olly Murs song)

"Seasons" is the third single by English singer-songwriter Olly Murs from his fourth studio album Never Been Better (2014) and was released on 27 March 2015. The song was co-written and co-produced by OneRepublic frontman Ryan Tedder. Murs announced on his Twitter account that "Seasons" would be the third single from Never Been Better on 10 February 2015.

Seasons (Levi the Poet album)

Seasons is first studio album by Levi the Poet. Come&Live! Records released the album on December 11, 2012.

Usage examples of "seasons".

Unions of Morrisiana, by defeating the Atlantics in two out of three games in the latter part of the season of 1867, became entitled to the nominal championship, which during the next two seasons was shifted back and forth between the leading clubs of New York and Brooklyn.

For now I want her adored and indulged by a lad handsome enough to be the envy of all her equals among the other domains through these last seasons of her girlhood.

On March 10th, 1858, delegates from twenty-five clubs of New York and Brooklyn met and organized the National Association of Base-ball Players, which for thirteen successive seasons annually revised the playing rules, and decided all disputes arising in base-ball.

Athletics held the nominal championship longer than any other club, and also claims the credit of not being defeated in any game played during 1864 and 1865, the feat of going through two successive seasons without a defeat being unprecedented at that time in base-ball history.

The Athletics in 1868, and the Cincinnatis in 1869, had, however, the best records of their respective seasons, and were generally acknowledged as the virtual champions.

Boston Club held the championship in those early days for four successive seasons, and playing against them as I did I can bear witness to their strength and skill as ball players.

National Game was the introduction of what is known as curve pitching, followed as it was several seasons afterwards by the removal of all restrictions on the method of delivering the ball to the batter.

I was myself and during the long summer seasons the moment that we had swallowed our supper, or, rather, bolted it, he and I would betake ourselves to the ball grounds, where we would practice until the gathering darkness put a stop to our playing.

During the last few seasons he has not done as well as had been expected at the outset of the season.

This added to the last two favourable seasons had occasioned a great depreciation in the value of grain, and it was thought agriculture would be discouraged unless immediate relief were afforded.

In these it grows so vigorously as to fill the soil with its roots in one or two seasons, hence it may be made to rotate profitably with other crops.

But there are areas, especially in the American and Canadian northwest, where in some seasons the young clover plants would be injured from sowing the seed quite early.

While it may be proper in some instances to scatter the seeds on the surface without any covering other than is furnished by rain or frost, it will be very necessary at other seasons to provide a covering to insure a stand of the seed.

In seasons that are generally favorable, excellent crops of clover may be obtained from such soils, but in dry seasons it is easy to secure a good stand of the plants.

It has been the experience in many instances that when the humus soils of the prairie, porous and spongy in character, were first tilled, clover grew on them so shyly that it was difficult to get a good stand of the same until it had been sown for several seasons successively or at intervals.