Get flash to fully experience Pearltrees
1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die Published in 2005 by Cassell Illustrated. Selected & written by 90 leading international critics, general editor Robert Dimery. In chronological order 1955-2005.
The Landscape of Music This map of music shows relations between musicians/groups. Related musicians are closeby and in the same country.
For as long as people have been making and recording music, people have been covering and reinterpreting music. While many covers are forgettable and easily dismissed, there are those that are so successful that they eclipse the source material. The below list is comprised of some of those exceptional covers that by various means and ways outshine their predecessors. Photo Courtesy: Last.fm
VIRAL VIDEO SELECTION Big Ups to EKLIPS This is a Commercial. An Amazing, Amazing Commercial.
Thanks for discovering One Track Mind! Subscribe via email to have each day's song delivered to your inbox. [ download ] Although his name will be new to many, Rusty Willoughby ‘s recording career stretches back twenty-five years to his first release with Pure Joy .
Videogum.com posted this video earlier today. It’s called “Hot Drinks.” It was for Wendy’s employees in the 90’s to learn how to pour hot drinks. It’s also possibly the greatest song ever. There’s another video to teach employees how to serve cold drinks. It’s called “Cold Drinks.”
I’ve started to get requests for breakdowns of other albums — yes, Yes, YES! Here’s how you can make it happen: 1. The easy part — Find links to the audio for the tracks on SoundCloud or YouTube . 2. The harder part — Identify the samples — specifically, for each sample we need artist, album, and start and stop times.
Beatmixing is a disk jockey technique of mixing two tracks so that the beats of one occur at the same time as the other. Beatmixing was invented in the late 1960s by Francis Grasso, who tried to keep people from leaving the dance floor between the songs. Initially he was looking for records with the same tempo, counting the tempo with a metronome. When the tempos didn't match, he was adjusting the pitch control on the turntable to bring the beats in sync.