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    really can't go wrong. ”The Blackpool Letters” jumps right out of the gate with “Shotgun.” Deeply reverbed piano (slightly de-tuned) and understated synths roll quietly before waking you up with heavy double time drum hits and big coarsely chopped guitar down strokes. Alternative by nature, this is my favorite rocker on the disk. Performance highlight is when Scott’s last vocal note of the chorus lingers to melt brilliantly into the first two measures of the bridge before fading. And even though Liss

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    The Life of Bruce Springsteen

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    Also have a title of one of the best musicians to every live. After working hard at what he loves, Bruce has become known as a musical hero and inspiration to his fans and fellow musicians. With his deep lyrics, amazing stage presence, incredible guitar skills, and his passion, he is an untouchable force in the music industry. Using his lyrics to vent his emotions and past, but to also add awareness to social issues around the world. Bruce and his love for music affected him his whole life, and

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    Chuck Berry Influence

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    you and Elvis are pretty good, but you're no Chuck Berry.” Chuck Berry is considered to be the true king of Rock and Roll. By using Boogie-Woogie piano patterns to change them into electric guitar, Berry invented a particular style with his electrifying guitar that has become the guide for rock and roll guitar and music as well. He was not only a good guitarist, but a memorable singer, that blended melodic hooks, distinctive patterns in his rhythm and used meaningful lyrics that have made many people

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    environmental sounds. The fluid but heavy movements of the ghosts counterpoint the very quite accompaniment that is heard throughout this section. A vocal melody begins the accompaniment for section 5. Then a male dancer does a solo accompanied by a guitar being plucked in the major key. This signifies, and prepares us for this section to be an up beat, jovial part of ghost dances. The male performs a solo using various different floor patterns and most of his movements are quick, sharp and strong

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    The late 19th century marked a great deal of change in the United States as well as the rest of the world. World war one had begun and reeked great havoc on the entire world. Nikola Tesla and the fathers of communications had made major scientific breakthroughs in the communications field and modern radio programming was right around the corner. Slavery had been abolished for over thirty years but segregation was still an enormous factor amongst the African-American people in the U.S. One of the

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    Music is a way that people can express themselves, feel better about a situation or problem they have going on, try to impact someone else’s life, or even just concoct for the sheer thrill of it and develop a passion for it. There are many people out there who claim that music has impacted their lives for the better and some also find it as a way to deal with their stress. Some studies have also been proven to show that music (depending on someone's personal preferences) can assist the brain by

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    Bob Marley is a Jamaican singer and songwriter as well as a committed Rastafari who is best known for his blending of ska, rocksteady, and reggae music. Throughout his short life Bob Marley was able to contribute a great deal with his reggae music, and throughout all the time he has been gone people still use his music as a measuring stick for all other reggae music. This was because during his time as an artist he was able to create a type of reggae music that was not heard before in Jamaica, or

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    Dating Everything

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    For my musical analysis paper, I chose to do the song “Betting Everything” by Royal Pirates. Royal Pirates is a Korean-American rock band who debuted in 2013. The band consists of Kim Moon-chul who is the vocals and guitar, EXSY who plays the drums, and James Lee who is the bass guitarist. “Betting Everything” is a song about putting everything a man has on the line to make his one and only come back to him. The song was released on July 21st, 2014. The song, which is filled with a melancholy sadness

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    The Kind of Friends We Used to Be SOAPSTONE *In The Kind of Friends We Used to Be, there are two main characters, Kate and Marylin, but I’m just going to do Marylin for the parts where information about only a single character is needed. Characters Marylin is a cheerleader who cares too much about makeup and her hair. “Marylin was now a middle-school cheerleader and cared too much about her hair… she was a big believer that life could be just the way it looked in girls’ magazines, where you and

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    Milkman In The Barbershop

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    Everybody bored him... The racial problems that consumed Guitar were the most boring... He wondered what they would do if they did not have the black and white problems to talk about. Who would they be if they could not describe the insults, violence, and oppression that their lives...were made up of?" (107-108) When Guitar and Milkman are in the barbershop talking about racism in their lives, Milkman can't seem to understand Guitar's

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