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"Groovin' High"
Who was the main composer of each Beatles song?
arizona hardcore punk rock flyer archive 1982-1984 Some of the bands included: Adicts Agent Orange Aggression Alley Cats America's Hardcore Angelic Upstarts Angry Samoans A-Priori Attitude Adjustment Back Controllers Battalion of Saints Beowolf Big Boys Black Flag Blast Breakouts Burnt Toast Butthole Surfers Camper Van B. Channel 3 Cheifs China White Christian Death Circle Jerks Circle One Civil Death Clean Dog Code of Honor Conflict (Tucson) Convicted Corporate Whores C.o.C. Crash and Burn Cro Mags The Crowd Crucial Trust Crucifix Crucifucks Day Glo Abortions D.O.A. arizona hardcore punk rock flyer archive 1982-1984
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The Labyrinth of Genre
6 - microtones A musical realization of the motion graphics of John Whitney as described in his book "digital harmony" Animation and music by Jim Bumgardner of and the wheel of lunch. Jim makes free puzzles, including sudoku, killer sudoku, kakuro, mazes, and thousands of other puzzles. 6 - microtones
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Tiny Mix Tapes
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Properties of musical modes Properties of musical modes Mode characteristics[edit] The Ionian mode is the only mode whose dominant seventh chord type occurs naturally on the fifth scale degree, as V7. Without further clarification, "major mode" or just "major" refers to the Ionian mode.The Dorian mode has a characteristic raised sixth relative to the Aeolian mode—or a ♭3 and ♭7 relative to the Ionian—which produces a major IV chord and a minor II chord. The dominant seventh chord in this mode occurs on the fourth scale degree, as IV7.The Phrygian mode has a lowered second relative to Aeolian—or a ♭2, ♭3, ♭6, and ♭7 relative to the Ionian—which creates its characteristic ♭II major and v diminished chords.