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Neofolk El neofolk es un género musical que emergió desde los ideales y círculos musicales de la Europa post-industrial. El neofolk puede ser tomado como música folk o una marca de instrumentación folk apoyada por una variedad de sonidos acompañantes como pianos, cuerdas y elementos de la música industrial y música experimental. El género está asociado a la música tradicional, el paganismo , el romanticismo y el ocultismo . [ editar ] Historia El término "neofolk" se originó en grupos de música esotéricos que empezaron a usar el término en la segunda mitad del siglo XX para describir música influenciada por músicos como Douglas Pearce , Tony Wakeford , y David Tibet , que colaboraron fuertemente durante un tiempo. [ editar ] Cultura El espíritu del Neofolk contiene algunos paralelismos con los ideales de los movimientos americanos y británicos del folk de los '60. Gran parte de esta elección se debe, más que al pensamiento político, al interés de estos grupos en el Neopaganismo germánico.

Biografias y Vidas .com Weird Trend from Men’s Fashion Week: Jeggings The runways for RTW Spring 2011 in Milan this past week have been littered with man-jeggings. (Neologism = meggings?) And T’s The Moment blog just confirmed it with a tweet : “Jeggings- new term coined for all the jean and trouser-like leggings and super slim, tight pants being shown here this season.” The jegging is a risky and conflicted clothing item for most ladies. On the one hand, when done right, they’re just like skinny jeans only more comfortable (hooray for elastic waist bands!). On the other hand, they can be epically ugly and tricky to pull off. And now, terrifyingly, men are following suit. We’re hoping this isn’t a trend that trickles down. Click through, at your own risk, to see man-jeggings on the runway.

Guía para la armónica diatónica de diez celdas o armónica de blues. Aprende armónica. The Ten Hole Diatonic Harmonica or Blues Harmonica Reference Guide. Learn harmonica. Informe Semanal Milán, Expo 2015 pasado sábado La Exposición Universal de Milán reunirá del 1 de mayo al 31 de octubre a 144 países y tres organizaciones internacionales bajo el lema 'Alimentar el planeta. Popularidad: 12 % Visitas:478 Ville Valo Ville Hermanni Valo ( * Helsinki , 22 de noviembre de 1976 ) es vocalista, compositor finés , y líder de la banda finlandesa HIM , de la que es uno de los fundadores. Valo fue también el baterista de la banda Daniel Lioneye , la cual tiene al guitarrista de HIM, Mikko Lindström , como cantante. Es el inventor del Heartagram , distintivo de la banda. [ editar ] Biografía [ editar ] Su infancia e inicios Durante su infancia y juventud vivió en el barrio de Oulunkylä . Nació en Finlandia . Su padre solía reparar coches viejos y su madre tiene el mismo empleo desde hace 20 años. Valo tuvo muchos animales durante su infancia, entre ellos perros, peces y tortugas. El primer recuerdo "musical" que sus padres tienen de él es de una fiesta familiar en la que, hacia medianoche, Jallu, un amigo de la familia imitador de Elvis , empezó a tocar Are You Lonesome Tonight. Ville Valo en Provinssirock ( 2006 ). [ editar ] Influencias musicales [ editar ] Aprendiendo a tocar el bajo [ editar ] HIM

Biblioteca Digital Mundial Paul King (musician, VJ) Paul King (born 20 November 1960) is an Irish-born English singer , musician , VJ and TV presenter . [ edit ] Biography Paul King was born in Galway, Ireland, but moved to Coventry , England with his parents at a young age. After graduating from Coventry Drama School, King considered joining the West Midlands Police , but joined rock - ska band , The Reluctant Stereotypes. The band - which also contained record producer Paul Sampson - released an album and three singles in the early 1980s on the back of Coventry 's vibrant 2 Tone ska scene. [ 1 ] After the demise of The Reluctant Stereotypes, King formed The Raw Screens who perfected their act and style to what King and his manager Perry Haines called 'multi-tone', and then in 1983 relaunched the group as self-named 1980s band King . [ 2 ] As lead singer, King was famed for his cockatoo haircut and spray painted Doc Marten's Boots - a look described "like the Child Catcher from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang . [ edit ] Discography [ edit ] Albums

Comment faire un exposé ? Paul King (musician) Paul Malcolm King (born 9 January 1948, Dagenham , Essex , UK ), was a member of Mungo Jerry between 1970 and 1972. He contributed occasional lead vocals, and played acoustic guitar (6 and 12 string), banjo , [ 1 ] harmonica , kazoo and jug . His songs on the first Mungo Jerry album and on the early maxi-singles were generally more folksy and lighter in style than those of group leader Ray Dorset , and he was frustrated when his own songs were constantly rejected for subsequent albums. On the second album, Electronically Tested , his composition "Black Bubonic Plague" appeared on European copies only, but not on the British release. He and the group’s keyboard player Colin Earl (born 6 May 1942, Hampton ) formed the King Earl Boogie Band with guitarist Dave Lambert, bassist Russell John Brown and washboard player Joe Rush , who had been a part-time Mungo member. King then pursued a solo career, releasing occasional records under the names P. [ edit ] References [ edit ] External links

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