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Psychologists and neuroscientists have recently determined that musical nostalgia isn't just a cultural phenomenon—it's wired in our brains. Even when your tastes progress past the Backstreet Boys, your brain is stuck on the formative years of your adolescence. In the era between your pre-teen years and early 20s, your brain is developing like never before, so it makes sense that the music you love during that time might be programmed in with the rest of your formative experiences. Solidifying these new neural landmarks is a rush of puberty hormones, which infuse everything with heightened emotion. S Adventure Machine. When a generation loves a previous musical era: Millennials' recognition of 1960s-1990s songs is notable. Millennials' recognition of songs from the 1960s through the 1990s is relatively stable over this 40-year period, a team of researchers has found.
By contrast, their recognition of musical hits from 2000 to 2015, while higher overall than the previous era, diminishes rapidly over time. "The 1960s to 1990s was a special time in music, reflected by a steady recognition of pieces of that era—even by today's millennials," observes Pascal Wallisch, a clinical assistant professor in New York University's Department of Psychology and the senior author of the study, which appears in the journal PLOS ONE. While the researchers did not identify what explained the stable level of recognition for songs from the 1960s through the 1990s, they note that during this period there was a significantly greater diversity of songs reaching the top of the Billboard charts compared to 2000 to 2015 and 1940 to 1950. OCEAN - John Butler - 2012 Studio Version. Patatap.
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Everyone can look at the cover design of Sergeant Pepper and play “spot the reference.” There’s Stan Laurel and Max Miller; Marlon Brando and Dylan Thomas; but who’s that peering over the top of Paul McCartney’s head? So, we are encouraged to think, the Beatles are influenced by all these figures. Understanding "Hurt" Johnny Cash - Hurt. Understanding Toto's Africa.
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There can be few organisations that have used more sound effects than the BBC, so there’s bound to be great interest in the news that the corporation has now made more than 16,000 of its FX available for free download.
These are being released under the RemArc licence, which means that they can be used for “personal, educational or research purposes”. The archive is easily searchable, and a quick browse confirms that there’s a wide variety of content, ranging from the atmospheric to the downright obscure. Each sample can be previewed and both its duration and filename are listed. The service is currently in beta, but you can dive in and start downloading right now on the BBC Sound Effects website. Masakela Music, Infused With Sorrow and Joy click 2x. Interview: Jacob Collier (Part 1) (22) Imagination Off the Charts: Jacob Collier comes to MIT. Hugh Masekela, Trumpeter and Anti-Apartheid Activist, Dies at 78 click 2x. Stylophone Business Card. How Ed Sheeran Made ‘Shape of You.
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This was 1962 or '63, before they came to America. The photo was badly lit, and they didn't quite have their look down; Ringo had his hair slightly swept back, as if he wasn't quite sold on the Beatles haircut yet. I didn't care about that; they were the band for me. And The Bass Walks On. 100 legal sites to stream and download free music. Music is life, I never found anyone who’s life isn’t influenced by Music.
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