Definitions for "Kaleidoscope"
Kaleidoscope is the debut album by R&B artist Kelis, released in 1999.
Following the departure of several key band members, Siouxsie & the Banshees regrouped and redirected their sound for Kaleidoscope, their third album. Veering from a punkish, more guitar-oriented sound, the Banshees (reduced to a trio) began their experimentation with gothic and electronic soundscapes. This album also marks the debut of the Banshees' new drummer and songwriter Budgie, who would continue to record with the band throughout their remaining history.
Kaleidoscope was an American psychedelic folk band who recorded 4 albums and several singles for Epic between 1966 and 1970.
An instrument invented by Sir David Brewster, which contains loose fragments of colored glass, etc., and reflecting surfaces so arranged that changes of position exhibit its contents in an endless variety of beautiful colors and symmetrical forms. It has been much employed in arts of design.
A style of a lense shaped glass button with a tin backing and painted with colored flecks. Another type with a thin lens and back by Eglomise decoration, in black and gold, or painted in colors bay have been Dutch or French.
an optical toy in a tube; it produces symmetrical patterns as bits of colored glass are reflected by mirrors
Kaleidoscope was an underground newspaper, founded by John Kois, which was published in Milwaukee, Wisconsin from 1967-1971. From its first issue, Kaleidoscope was subject to censorship attempts, including arrest of vendors in some suburbs and a drive to put their printer out of business; one case went to the U.S. Supreme Court (after the newspaper had folded), which ruled in Kois v.
Keywords:  bbc, entertainment, era, british, war
Kaleidoscope was a British television programme, transmitted on the BBC Television Service from 1946 until 1953. A light entertainment show, it was one of the most popular programmes of the immediate post-war era.
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Kaleidoscope is a 1966 crime film from Great Britain. The plot involves a plan to break into a playing card manufacturer to mark the cards and then break the bank at every European casino.
An artistic method of displaying photographs on a scrapbook page, the end result resembling something similar to what you would see looking through a kaleidoscope.