Mama(s) or Mamma(s) may refer to:
Mother, a female parent
The breast, the upper ventral region of a mammal’s torso; see:
* Mamma (anatomy) of humans
* Mammary gland of female mammals
* Udder of female quadruped mammals
"Mama" is a song by British pop group Spice Girls. It was written by the Spice Girls, Matt Rowe and Richard Stannard, and produced by Rowe and Stannard for the group's debut album '' Spice'', released in November 1996. "Mama" is a pop ballad that features instrumentation from keyboards, a rhythm guitar, a cello, and a violin, and its lyrics deal with the difficulties in relationships between mothers and daughters that appear during adolescence.
"Mama" is a popular song first written in 1941 by Cesare Andrea Bixio with Italian lyrics by Bixio Cherubini under the title "Mamma son tanto felice" (''Mum, I am so happy'').
MAMA is a publicly funded visual arts and culture organisation based in Rotterdam, Netherlands. As its name implies, MAMA fosters and exhibits contemporary artworks executed in a wide variety of media including visual installations, film, video, automata, but not excluding 'traditional' forms such as painting. A number of its projects and programmes are rooted in popular digital, video, club and street culture.
''Mama'' is a weekly Maxwell House and Post-sponsored CBS television comedy-drama series that ran from July 1, 1949 until March 17, 1957. It is based on the memoir ''Mama's Bank Account'' by Kathryn Forbes, which was also adapted for the 1944 John Van Druten play and the subsequent 1948 film '' I Remember Mama'', and told the ongoing story of a loving Norwegian family living in San Francisco in the 1910s through the eyes of the elder daughter, Katrin Hansen ( Rosemary Rice). Katrin would be seen looking through the pages of the family album at the start of each episode with the opening narration:
"This old album makes me remember so many things in the past. San Francisco and the house on Steiner Street where I was born. It brings back memories of my cousins, aunts, and uncles; all the boys and girls I grew up with. And I remember my family as we were then. My brother Nels, my little sister Dagmar, and of course, Papa. But most of all when I look back to those days so long ago, most of all, I remember ... Mama."
The show was originally broadcast live from a television studio located above the Oyster Bar in Manhattan's Grand Central Terminal.
# 1951– 1952: #11
# 1952– 1953: #18
# 1953– 1954: #26
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"Mama" was the first single from Genesis' 1983 self-titled album. It is recognizable for its harsh drum machine introduction composed by Mike Rutherford, which leads into minimalist synthesizer lines in minor keys and finally Phil Collins' reverb-laden voice. It remains the band's most successful single in the UK, reaching No.4 on the UK Singles Chart. It also made the top 10 in Switzerland, Austria, Norway, Ireland and the Netherlands. It was less popular in the USA, only reaching No.73 on the ''Billboard'' Hot 100. A 1992 re-release of the single managed to scrape into the Top 40 in Germany.
"Mama" is a song recorded by Italian balladeer Umberto Tozzi and American pop star Laura Branigan. Renowned throughout Italy, Tozzi's melodic and romantic music was largely unheard outside his native country until Branigan discovered his songs and gave them dramatic reinterpretations.
"Mama (Loves a Crackhead)" is the fourth single by British rapper and songwriter Plan B, taken from his debut album '' Who Needs Actions When You Got Words'', which was released two weeks prior to the single. "Mama (Loves a Crackhead)" was the first single to be entirely produced by Plan B himself. "Mama" was released on 10 July 2006, and it just missed out on a UK Top 40 placing, peaking at #41. The song "tells the sad story of his mother's relationship with a crack addict". The music video for "Mama (Loves a Crackhead)" was directed by Dawn Shadforth. The song samples " I Can't Go for That (No Can Do)" by Hall & Oates and a remix version featuring Hall & Oates is also featured on his Paint It Blacker mixtape.
''Mama'' (''Мама'', sometimes translated ''Mother'' or ''Mom'') is a Russian album by Vitas. It was released in 2003, simultaneously with The Songs of My Mother. Both albums were a tribute to his late mother. Songs from these albums featured heavily in the setlist of Vitas' extensive world tour ''The Songs of My Mother'', performed at hundreds of venues in several countries from 2004-2006.
"Mama (Ana Ahabak)" is the third and final single from Christina Stürmer's debut album, Freier Fall. The song became Stürmer's second number one song in Austria. The song deals with the war in Iraq between Iraq and the United States.
''Mama'' is a 1990 Chinese film directed by Zhang Yuan. Zhang Yuan's directorial debut, ''Mama'' is today considered a seminal film in the history of Chinese independent cinema, and by extension, as a pioneering film of the Sixth Generation of which Zhang is a member.
''Mama '' is a magazine published in Sweden and the Netherlands. It was the fourteenth best selling magazine in Sweden in 2004.
Mama is an educational object-oriented programming language designed to help young students start programming by providing all language elements in the student mother tongue. Mama programming language is available in several languages, with both LTR and RTL language direction support.
''Mama'' is the debut studio EP by Chinese-South Korean boy bands Exo-K and Exo-M, produced and released by S.M. Entertainment on April 9, 2012 in two language editions – Exo-K's Korean version and Exo-M's Mandarin version.
"Mama" is a song by Chinese-South Korean boy bands Exo-K and Exo-M. It served as their debut single and title track from their debut record '' Mama'' (2012). Available in both Korean and Standard ChineseMandarin, the song was digitally released on April 8, 2012, by S.M. Entertainment.
''Mama'' is a 2013 Spanish- Canadian horror film co-written and directed by Andrés Muschietti and based on his 2008 Argentine short film ''Mamá''. The film stars Jessica Chastain and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and is produced by Zandy Federico and co-writer Bárbara Muschietti, with Guillermo del Toro serving as executive producer.
The '' InuYasha'' manga and anime series were created by Rumiko Takahashi. Most of the series takes place in a fictional version of Japan's Warring States period with occasional time-travel/flashback elements to modern Tokyo or the Heisei period. The setting and plot incorporate many elements of traditional Japanese folklore and religion; its main characters (both protagonists and antagonists) include a Shinto miko, a Buddhist monk, and several types of yōkai (usually rendered as "demon" in English-language translations of the series).
The story begins with Kagome Higurashi, who after being pulled down a well by a demon, finds herself in Sengoku period of feudal Japan, where she learns that a powerful jewel has been reborn inside her body. After the jewel shatters in an attempt to retrieve it from one of the many demons who was after its power, Kagome must join forces with the half-demon InuYasha, also after the jewel's power, to track down the shards of the jewel before its power falls into the wrong hands.
''The Black Parade'' is the third studio album by My Chemical Romance. Released on October 24, 2006 through Reprise Records, it was produced by Rob Cavallo, known for having produced multiple albums for Goo Goo Dolls and Green Day. It is a rock opera centering on a dying character with cancer known as "The Patient". The album tells the story of his apparent death, experiences in the afterlife, and subsequent reflection on his life.
''Il Divo'' is the self-titled debut studio album to be released by operatic pop vocal group Il Divo, formed by Simon Cowell in 2004. The album was released on 1 November 2004 in the United Kingdom, via Syco Music, and on 19 April 2005 in the United States, via Columbia Records. The album contains three songs performed in English, six songs performed in Italian, and three songs performed in Spanish, excluding the bonus track. As of December 2013, the album had sold more than 1.5 million copies in the UK. The album has sold more than 5,000,000 worldwide copies to date.
''Love Hate'' is the debut album of American recording artist and producer The-Dream, released on December 11, 2007, by his Def Jam-imprint label Radio Killa. He has stated that the title is an abbreviation for "Love me all summer, hate me all winter". Primarily an R&B and pop outting, ''Love Hate'' was produced during 2007 by Christopher "Tricky" Stewart and Carlos "L.O.S. Da Maestro" McKinney. The song includes appearances from rapper Fabolous and The-Dream's prior collaborator Rihanna.
''I Still Believe'' is the fourth studio album by American R&B artist Lyfe Jennings, released on August 31, 2010 on Asylum Records and Warner Bros. Records.
Vladimir Arzumanyan (born 26 May 1998 in Stepanakert, Nagorno-Karabakh) is an Armenian singer. He represented Armenia in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2010 with the entry Mama (Մամա). In the final Vladimir won, becoming the first Armenian singer to have won in a Eurovision event. The song was produced by Canadian-Armenian music producer DerHova.
Mama ( Мама) is an urban locality (a work settlement) and the administrative center of Mamsko-Chuysky District of Irkutsk Oblast, Russia, located at the confluence of the Mama and Vitim Rivers. Population:
The Mama Airport is located 1 km from the settlement.
''ELO 2'' is the second album by Electric Light Orchestra (ELO), released in 1973. In the US the album was released as ''Electric Light Orchestra II'' and is sometimes known as ''ELO II''. It was also the last album to be released by the band under the Harvest Label.
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