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Well, now he’s put a price on it. 'Right now, hit songwriters are driving Ubers' Charlie Watts: Rolling Stones drummer dies at 80. Edgar Wright's documentary The Sparks Brothers is a tribute to the most influential band you've never heard of. They've been around for 50 years, released 25 largely acclaimed albums, and their movie musical Annette – starring Adam Driver and Marion Cotillard – will open the prestigious Cannes Film Festival next month.
Yet outside of music heads and pop connoisseurs, LA art rockers Sparks – brothers Russell and Ron Mael – still feel relatively unknown to the wider world. "They're part of the musical ecosystem," says alt rock star Beck, one of the many talking heads gathered for director Edgar Wright's new documentary about the group. "They may have given birth to other bands that don't even know that the lineage goes back to them. " Wright, the British director behind Baby Driver, Shaun of the Dead and Scott Pilgrim vs the World, is nothing if not a fanboy, and The Sparks Brothers is a work of obvious enthusiasm – a film designed to enshrine its subjects in the pop culture hall of fame.
Sparks' brand of eccentric art pop was a peculiar proposition, even in the camped-up world of early-70s glam rock. In the Air Tonight's influence, intrigue, and THAT drum break that endures 40 years on. It takes three minutes and forty seconds before the signature moment arrives.
When the Spice Islands began to be forgotten, music became the Moluccans' last resort. It was once fought over by the Europeans for its abundance of nutmeg and cloves — giving it the nickname the "Spice Islands" — but the Indonesian province of Maluku has largely been forgotten this century.
Maluku, anglicised as the Moluccas, is predominately populated by Melanesians and located in the middle of the broad and blurry Wallace Line, with West Papua its closest neighbour. It is made up of thousands of mostly tiny islands that are some of the least populated and developed in Indonesia. But despite its untouched beauty and palm-lined beaches, the remote province is rarely visited. Max Pattinama from the Provincial Tourism Office says the area has huge tourism potential, but the central government has left it behind. "Maluku is not included in the 10 priority tourism destinations, the new Bali, that the Indonesian government is creating now," he said.
And one way they could do that is through its thriving music scene. Music keeps the Moluccas alive. Rolling Stone's 500 'greatest albums of all time' list makes us question the meaning of classic - ABC News. Supertramp / Roger Hodgson - The Logical Song. 30 Music Festivals in Australia To Experience Before You Die  Music, memory and emotion are interwoven. Here's why a song can spark a vivid recollection - ABC News. If this music gives you goosebumps, you might have a special brain.
19 June 2020, 15:25 | Updated: 19 June 2020, 15:30 Think of your favourite piece of music, and think about how you might react to it.
If you’re having trouble, have a listen to this spine-tingling performance of ‘Lux Aeterna’, a vocal rendition of Elgar’s ‘Nimrod’, by Voces8: Did you feel chills, a lump in your throat, or perhaps a tingling sensation on the back of your neck? Then you might have a more unique brain than you think. A study, carried out by PHD student Matthew Sachs at the University of Southern California, has revealed that people who get chills from music might have structural differences in their brain. The research studied 20 students, who listened to three to five pieces of music. “[The ten who felt shivers] have a higher volume of fibres that connect their auditory cortex to the areas associated with emotional processing, which means the two areas communicate better,” Matthew told Neuroscience News.
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He was 87. Richard, whose real name was Richard Penniman, was born in Macon, Georgia in December 1932. He had been in poor health for several years, suffering hip problems, a stroke and a heart attack. The Beatles' handwritten Hey Jude lyrics sell for $910,000 at auction. Paul McCartney’s handwritten lyrics to The Beatles’ hit song Hey Jude has sold for $910,000, nine times its original estimate, auction house Julien’s Auctions said.
A vintage bass drumhead with The Beatles’ logo that was used during the English band’s first North American tour in 1964 was another top item in the auction, selling for $200,000. The lyrics and guitar were among more than 250 items of Beatles memorabilia offered in an online auction on Friday by Julien’s Auctions in New York to mark the 50th anniversary of the band’s breakup. A drawing by John Lennon and wife Yoko Ono called Bagism, a term they coined to satirise stereotyping, sold for $93,750, while an ashtray used by the Fab Four’s drummer Ringo Starr at the Abbey Road recording studios in London fetched $32,500. Bill Withers, influential soul singer behind Ain't No Sunshine, dies aged 81.
Bill Withers, the influential US soul singer who wrote Lean on Me, Ain’t No Sunshine and Lovely Day has died aged 81 of heart complications, according to a statement from his family.
Withers wrote and recorded several other major hits including Use Me and Just the Two of Us, before retiring in the mid-1980s and staying out of the public eye. He is survived by his wife Marcia Johnson and their two children, Todd and Kori. The family statement reads: We are devastated by the loss of our beloved, devoted husband and father. A solitary man with a heart driven to connect to the world at large, with his poetry and music, he spoke honestly to people and connected them to each other.
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Catharsis queen: how Billie Eilish became the voice of Gen Z – and the Grammys. Just before Billie Eilish won album of the year at the Grammys on Sunday night, she was caught on camera. “Please don’t be me, please,” she appeared to be saying, as if appalled by her own success. It had been an extraordinary evening. The 18-year-old whispery pop innovator swept all of the “big four” categories – album of the year, record of the year, song of the year and best new artist – with her debut album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?. The Top 20 Spaghetti Western Soundtracks - The Spaghetti Western Database. Earlier in 2017 we started a nominating process in which many members of our community suggested the best overall spaghetti westerns. It was a daunting challenge, as it is almost impossible to consider the music independently from the movies that made these tunes famous. It was a foregone conclusion therefore, that many soundtracks in the following list (the result of a further four week voting period) matches the Top 20 of films very closely.
To get an even better picture of the music that defined the genre of the Spaghetti Western so well and to give credit to the great composers and musicians, it was agreed that there would be an alternative top 20 compiled from among those that did not make this cut below. We will post that shortly. Untitled. Forest sonata: listening to the music of the trees. What is the music of trees? German artist Bartholomäus Traubeck spun slices of logs on turntables that translate their textures and annual rings into music. Traubeck calls the result Years, and I played it to my Composition Seminar to see how students responded. Every song has a color – and an emotion – attached to it.
Imagine yourself as a graphic designer for New Age musician Enya, tasked with creating her next album cover. Which two or three colors from the grid below do you think would “go best” with her music? Would they be the same ones you’d pick for an album cover or music video for the heavy metal band Metallica? Probably not. For years, my collaborators and I have been studying music-to-color associations. What does DNA sound like? Using music to unlock the secrets of genetic code. Free Music Notation Software - Music Composition & Writing Online. 10 Best Music Notation Software of 2019. 15 Best Free Music Notation Software For Windows.
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