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The Axis of Awesome: 4 Chords

The Axis of Awesome: 4 Chords

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FKA twigs - Water Me Les 4 accords magiques - Le Blog de PV Nova Mardi 6 janvier 2009 2 06 /01 /Jan /2009 14:43 Bonjour ! J'espère que vous allez bien, de mon coté j'ai une petite crève et faute de pouvoir chanter et faire des vidéos je vais vous parler un peu de musique. Tous les musiciens et en particulier ceux qui composent savent qu'il existe des recettes - des tricks comme disent les américains - pour composer des airs qui plaisent et restent immédiatement dans la tête.

Six seconds that shaped 1,500 songs - BBC News Amen, Brother was a little-known B-side released in 1969. Barely noticed at the time, its drum solo has been hugely influential, appearing in different forms in more than 1,500 other songs - but the band behind it never made any money from it. "It felt like plagiarism and I felt ripped off and raped," says Richard L Spencer, lead singer of The Winstons - the band that recorded the original track. "I come from an era where you didn't steal people's ideas."

Key Chords Key Chords is an interactive chord chart that allows you hear, see and arrange chords. - Click on a chord to preview how it sounds. - Drag and drop to arrange chords on the timeline - Tweak the settings to control the playback speed Or role the dice until you discover something that fits your mood. Mikä oli Suomen listaykkönen, kun sinä synnyin - tarkista ja kuuntele - Musiikki Mitä Suomi kuunteli esimerkiksi 4. kesäkuuta 1983? Alla olevasta palvelusta voit tarkistaa tiedon helposti ja kätevästi. Anna palvelulle päivämäärä – esimerkiksi syntymäaikasi – niin se kertoo sinulle, mikä oli sen hetken myydyin singlehitti Suomessa.

73 Songs You Can Play With The Same Four Chords These Photos of Botswanan Metalheads Are Pretty Mind-Blowing In December 2015, Spanish photographer and filmmaker Pep Bonet, who has documented the aftermath of war in Sierra Leone and the global ravages of HIV/AIDS, set out for Botswana, in pursuit of a more positive Africa story. A largely white genre, heavy-metal music has been gaining popularity in countries like South Africa and Kenya, Bonet says, but Botswana is the "pioneer." At the heart of the scene is the band Overthrust­, fronted by a singing, bass-playing cop named Tshomarelo Mosaka. "They don't mind about color or race," Bonet told me. "They believe heavy metal unites people." Lacking access to store-bought fashions, these local "hellbangers" create their own—embellishing leatherware with rivets, chains, and animal bones.

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