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“I am what is known…as a ‘race man’.”—August Wilson, The Ground on Which I Stand When August Wilson referred to himself as a “race man,” he was emphasizing the centrality of African American culture in his life while paying homage to the 1920s birth of self-proclaimed “race men.” It was during the ’20s that pioneering African American intellectuals, artists, and activists began unabashedly embracing the phrase “race men,” a term that symbolized the growing sentiment of pride, militancy, and unity within Black communities. The dawn of race music is usually associated with Mamie Smith’s 1920 recording of “Crazy Blues.” For the most part, White recording companies (such as Okeh, Columbia, and Paramount) dominated the race recordings, but there were a few—if short-lived—Black-owned record companies such as Black Patti and Black Swan. Undoubtedly, this conflicted history of the race music industry is ripe material for a “done been wrong” or “bad luck” blues song. Race Records: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly [Truths] Race Records: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly [Truths]
The Beatles Is Paul McCartney Dead? Rare Recording Rumor Hoax Billy Shears Discover the Mysteries Surrounding the Death of Beatle Paul McCartney. Was this just a hoax put on by the other Beatles, or a crazy Rumor started by Fans! The album cover Abbey Road started it all! Website Last update July 11, 2010 Did you know that Paul McCartney died in a car crash in November of 1966, was replaced by a look-alike carefully groomed in his musical style to match that of the deceased Beatle. Crazy you say? In the fall of 1969—shortly after the release of the Beatles’ Abbey Road—a rumor swept America concerning the death of Paul McCartney. On Abbey Road Album, why was McCartney barefoot and out of step? The hysteria of this rumor started to spread like wild fire across the country, Could McCartney really be dead? Around this same time frame WKNR-FM DJ Russell Gibb received a phone call from students at Eastern Michigan University who claimed that the Fab Four song Revolution 9 contained a backward message confirming the rumor. Paul is dead hoax? WOW-Awesome Recording! The Beatles Is Paul McCartney Dead? Rare Recording Rumor Hoax Billy Shears
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Chuck E. Weiss and Rickie Lee Jones Chuck E. Weiss and Rickie Lee Jones Chuck E. Weiss and Rickie Lee Jones "Oh, he's a lucky guy, I wish I was like him. Cuz when he talks about me, He don't look this way. Chuck E. Art Fein (2003): "...When I arrived at the University of Colorado in 1965, I had a head full of oldies... Waits and Weiss met at the now-defunct Denver club "Ebbet's Field" (probably around October 8, 1974, when Waits was scheduled to perform there). Chuck E. One can imagine how Waits got to write Jitterbug Boy. The Tropicana Motel (and Duke's Coffee Shop) on Santa Monica Boulevard 8585 (West Hollywood). Chuck E. By 1975 the two had become close friends. Early picture of The Troubadour at: 9081 Santa Monica Blvd., West Hollywood. Paul Body (2007): “...Chuckie was sort of Tom's road manager, and sort of his hanger-on. Tom strangles Chuck. outside the Troubadour. Art Fein, Chuck E. Robert Marchese (2007): "...Chuckie was doing a lot of drugs then. Bones Howe (2007): "...Chuckie was a hanger. Tom Waits and Rickie Lee Jones first met late 1977.
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The British Library's "Sounds" Archive Presents 80,000 Free Audio Recordings: World & Classical Music, Interviews, Nature Sounds & More Online archives, galleries, and libraries offer Vegas-sized buffets for the senses (well two of them, anyway). All the art and photography your eyes can take in, all the music and spoken word recordings your ears can handle. But perhaps you’re still missing something? “Geordies banging spoons” maybe? Or “Tawang lamas blowing conch shell trumpets… Tongan tribesmen playing nose flutes…,” the sound of “the Assamese woodworm feasting on a window frame in the dead of night”? No worries, the British Library’s got you covered and then some. But that’s not all, oh no! The 80,000 recordings available to stream online represent just a selection of the British Library’s “extensive collections of unique sound recordings,” but what a selection it is. One might browse the range of unusual folk sounds on aural display in the World & Traditional music section, covering every continent and a daunting metacategory called “Worldwide.” Not all of the material in “Sounds” is sound-based. Related Content: The British Library's "Sounds" Archive Presents 80,000 Free Audio Recordings: World & Classical Music, Interviews, Nature Sounds & More
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10 Cosas que nunca debes decirle a un músico - Quetescuchen 10 Cosas que nunca debes decirle a un músico - Quetescuchen 1. ¿Aparte de música, que mas estudiaste? Claro porque estudiar música no requiere que le dedique mas de 5 horas de practicas mínimo de mi instrumento, eso sin contar todas las materias teóricas que tengo que cursar. Y a parte en mis exámenes de instrumento no le puedo copiar a nadie, porque soy el único responsable de que todo salga bien. 2. Tu música suena como la de… Sabemos que intentas dar un cumplido y decirle algo bueno a tus amigos, pero en realidad decirle a alguien que su música o su canción suena muy parecida a cualquier otra que ya exista, no ayuda. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
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The Zen of Ear Training - Part 2 | Disc Makers Blog The Zen of Ear Training - Part 2 | Disc Makers Blog by Evan Kepner In the last lesson we covered a few different strategies for starting to train your ears. This included singing with your instrument, singing over a drone, and singing intervals in all the keys. Now we’re going to take it a few steps further and work to really develop our ears ability to pick out notes and relationships. Remember that these exercises take time – developing your ears is a long process. By this point it should go without saying that each exercise should be done in every key. Exercise 1: We’re going to expand from last week’s “singing a scale” exercise to singing the different modes. This is important because it set you up to hear outside of the normal scalar patterns. Exercise 2: Again with the modal-singing, but this time do it as arpeggios. Do Mi Sol Ti Ti Sol Mi Do Re Fa La Do Do La Fa Re Mi Sol Ti Re Re Ti Sol Mi Continue through all the different starting tones in the major scale. Exercise 3: This is the time for a little brute force memorization.
GB - Cómo utilizar el método de los 4 cables Pedales de Efectos, estudio y otros equipos ¿Qué es el método de los 4 Cables?El método de los 4 cables una forma de conectar la pedalera a un amplificador de manera que permita controlar qué pedales o efectos se colocan antes o después del pre-amplificador. Esta conexión se hace, generalmente, a través del loop de efectos que viene integrado en el amplificador. Esta conexión se consigue por medio de cuatro cables, y de ahí el nombre. ¿Por qué es tan popular este método? El método de los 4 Cables te va a permitir obtener el máximo rendimiento de todos tus pedales o efectos, colocando cada uno de ellos en la mejor posición. Pros al Método de los 4 Cables: Lo primero que vamos a necesitar es un amplificador que tenga un "loop" o lazo de efectos. 4 Cables. Vas a necesitará cuatro cables para hacer las conexiones entre la pedalera y el amplificador. Una pedalera multiefectos con conexiones de envío/retorno (SEND/RETURN). Método de los 4 cables con pedales individuales. GB - Cómo utilizar el método de los 4 cables
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Directorio Seminario de Música en la Nueva España y el México Independiente Junta de Coordinadores - Lucero Enríquez Rubio (coordinadora general, responsable de todos los proyectos) - Drew Edward Davies (coordinador académico) - Silvia Salgado Ruelas (coordinadora de becas) - Edén Mario Zárate Sánchez (coordinador de servicio social y capacitación) - Margarita Covarrubias Covarrubias (coordinadora de publicaciones digitales) Proyecto "Musicat-Actas de cabildo y otros ramos" Corresponsable: Edén Mario Zárate Sánchez - Adrián Juárez Juárez - Adrián Salazar Cortázar - Ángel Gutiérrez Romero - Antonio Ruiz Caballero - Berenice Alcántara Rojas - Berenice Ibarra Rivas - Daniel Elizalde - David Nájera Villa - Flora Elena Sánchez Arreola - Galia Greta Hernández Rivero - Hugo Alonso Sánchez - Inés Ramos Rojas - Isaura Luján López - Jazmín López Arellanes - Laura Elena Sánchez Hernández - Lizzet Santamaría Priede - Marco Antonio Portillo García - Massimo Gatta - Montserrat Galí Boadella - Ruth Santa Cruz Castillo Directorio Directorio
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The Whitburn Project: 120 Years of Music Chart History For the last ten years, obsessive record collectors in Usenet have been working on the Whitburn Project — a huge undertaking to preserve and share high-quality recordings of every popular song since the 1890s. To assist their efforts, they’ve created a spreadsheet of 37,000 songs and 112 columns of raw data, including each song’s duration, beats-per-minute, songwriters, label, and week-by-week chart position. It’s 25 megs of OCD, and it’s awesome. As far as I know, this is the first time the project and its data have ever been discussed outside of Usenet. History of the Whitburn Project Named after Joel Whitburn and his authoritative Billboard books, the Whitburn Project began in 1998, when a group of 15 collectors pooled their resources to create an MP3 collection of every single in the top 40. The Excel spreadsheets were created to help them verify their collections were complete, with new versions updated and re-uploaded to the newsgroups weekly. The Data Song Lengths Over Time
Roots Knotty Roots - The Discography of Jamaican Music This website is subscription based. Please purchase a subscription to gain access to the database. If you already own a subscription, please log in. Out of print for over ten years, Roots Knotty Roots returns as an online database in partnership with Reggae Fever. RKR is the most accurate, comprehensive discography of Jamaican singles by far. See User's Guide for full description of our features.
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Absolute Andy 2 - UK TV Ads This section of my website allows you to download and watch some of my favourite television adverts from the past ten years. Includes adverts for Abbey National, Adidas, Becks, Boddingtons, British Airways, Budweiser, Carling, Carlsberg, Coca-Cola, Dime bar, Dry Blackthorn, Dunlop, Frontera 4x4, Guinness, Honda, KitKat, Labatt's, Levi's, Lilt, Lynx, Morgan stanley, Nike, Nintendo gamecube, Olde English cider, o2, Orange, Pringles, Reebok, Sony, Stella Artois, Strongbow, Tango, Tennent's Pilsner,TTA, T-mobile,Vodafone, Volvo, Worthingtons. And YES the famous Orange 'Night Night x' & Orange 'Photo messaging' adverts are featured along with the Honda Accord "chain reaction" - Things just work advert ! What's new?, Click HERE to find out. Sometimes you will see an advert on TV which you really like, either the music is excellent, the visuals are appealing or it's just a very funny advert. All of the video clips on this page have been converted from VHS videotape by me.
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