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Those About to Die by Mannix Daniel
It is one of the pioneering albums of jazz fusion. The original vinyl album had the title "Colosseum" on the record label and on the spine of the cover, but the album is better known as "Those Who Are About To Die Salute You". The album reached number 15 in the UK Albums Chart. Tony Reeves compiled the sketches into the main theme and arranged the song. Colosseum also recorded "I Can't Live Without You", which appears on the re-release as a bonus track. They concluded "the album never strays from its intensity or its creativity", and added that Valentyne Suite is similar and just as outstanding, even though Allmusic's official review of that album is largely negative. In the United States, the album was released in July on the Dunhill label with a different tracklist and a different cover.
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Daniel Pratt Mannix IV October 27, , Philadelphia, Pennsylvania — January 29, , Malvern, Pennsylvania was an American author, journalist, photographer, sideshow performer, stage magician, animal trainer, and filmmaker. His best-known works are the book Those About to Die , which remained in continuous print for three decades, and the novel The Fox and the Hound which in was adapted into an animated film by Walt Disney Productions. Mannix, III, was an American naval officer. In time, the cost of feeding them led him to write his first book, The Back-Yard Zoo. Naval Academy in , but left the next year, moving to the University of Pennsylvania and earning a degree in journalism instead of zoology. His magazine articles about these experiences, co-written with his wife Jule Junker Mannix, proved very popular and were reprinted several times in and , and later expanded into book form in his account of carnival life Step Right Up , which in turn was reprinted in as Memoirs of a Sword Swallower. He was also at times a professional hunter , a collector of wildlife for zoos and circuses, and a bird trainer.
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Despite its popularization in later times, the phrase is not recorded elsewhere in Roman history. Historians question whether it was ever used as a customary salute. It was more likely an isolated appeal by desperate captives and criminals condemned to die, and noted by Roman historians in part for the unusual mass reprieve granted by Claudius to the survivors. The source material comes from the works of three Roman historians, who were all born after the events of 52 AD. Suetonius c.