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- Day 08 included a version of "Bonny" performed by McAloon's label-mate Tom Smith of Editors. McAloon released the spoken word/instrumental album I Trawl...
- McAloon is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Gerry McAloon (1916–1987), Scottish footballer Karen McAloon (born 1968), American interior...
- during the 1980s. Formed in 1978 in Newcastle by brothers Paddy and Martin McAloon and joined by vocalist Wendy Smith in 1982, their debut album Swoon was...
- Claude Debussy and Maurice Ravel, McAloon's two favourite composers. Writing much of the music on his computer, McAloon was given help by co-producer Calum...
- In mathematical logic, the Kanamori–McAloon theorem, due to Kanamori & McAloon (1987), gives an example of an incompleteness in Peano arithmetic, similar...
- contacted Dolby, who met with frontman and songwriter McAloon in the latter's County Durham home. McAloon presented Dolby with a number of songs he had written...
- Karen McAloon (born August 16, 1968) is the designer/host on the television show Find Your Style on HGTV (seasons 1& 2: 2007; season 3: 2008), and the...
- down the forward line pecking order, McAloon pla**** exclusively for the reserve team between 1934 and 1938. McAloon's prolific goalscoring form in the first...
- together a musical puzzle". McAloon would later consider the song to have "too many words". "Cue Fanfare" reflects McAloon's love of sport. He attempted...
- Sean McAloon (1923–1998) was a piper and pipe maker from Northern Ireland. Originally from the Rosslea area of County Fermanagh, McAloon's first instrument...
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