• Industrial Music Rock And Roll
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    Industrial Music Rock and roll is dead. It's a fact. During the eighties romp of techno and fashion bands, people forgot all about it. In the late eighties and early nineties alternative music tried to save rock and roll, but it was too big of a category. If a band didn't sing country or rap, they were considered alternative. Every alternative band had their own idea of music, and it all spread apart, running farther away from rock. Finally, when alternative became more defined and broke off in...
  • Duke Ellington Cotton Club
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    Duke Ellington Duke Ellington's pre-eminence in jazz is not only because of the very high aesthetic standard of his output and not simply due to his remarkable abilities as a pianist, composer and bandleader, but also to the fact that he has extended the boundaries of jazz more than any other musician, without abandoning the true essence of the music. Perhaps no other American musician left such a massive and challenging legacy in composition and performance. Edward Kennedy "Duke" Ellington was ...
  • The Doors Jim Band First
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    Ray Mansarek and Jim Morrison are responsible for putting the Doors together. After going through many changes, it was finalised that John Densmore would play drums and Robby Krieger would play guitar. Ray playing the keyboard gave the band a very original sound. Their first gigs were at the club Whiskey-a-Go-Go. Jim was shy for the first shows and would only face the band members while singing. Jim's father was a high-ranking officer in the army. He was in Vietnam in the very beginning of the ...
  • Heavy Metal In The 1980s
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    Heavy metal in the 1980's is hard to describe. Its static style did not change much from the 1970's, but the lyrics, image, and theatrics took a step forward. Heavy metal had a huge impact in the 1980's and there were many successful bands. Van Halen took heavy metal to new heights. After more than two decades of playing sold-out concert halls, selling millions of albums and enduring various lineup changes and solo projects, Van Halen is recognized as one of the most resilient and successful roc...
  • Ozzy Osbourne Black Sabbat
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    Ozzy's musical influence was the Beatles. He admired the Beatles and decided that he would like to try a career in music and be just like them. Ozzy got his first chance at music when he met an old friend who had just formed a band that was named Approach, and they needed a singer. Ozzy felt he was the right man for the job and persuaded his father to buy him a $50 amplifier and microphone. Approach was a rhythmic band that Ozzy didn't like so he quit. Ozzy and a friend, Terrance Butler, formed...
  • Kurt Cobain Album Band Released
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    Nirvana was a band until one of the band members died. He killed himself because he was on to much drugs. His name was Kurt Cobain. He was born on February 20, 1967. He met two other people and they became a band. Their names are Kris t Novoselic and Dave Grohl. They were very successful in music. They played alternative music. Their first album was Bleach. It was releases on June 1989. It was a big hit. From the success of the album the went on tour in England. Then the released another album...
  • Investigation Into Elastic Potential Energy
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    Why and What I hope to achieve: I believe that the purpose of doing this is to allow me to demonstrate my understanding of Elastic potential energy. And the projectile concepts of the effect of changing potential into kinetic energy and for me to demonstrate my ability to apply elastic potential energy to a scientific investigation. What am I going to do and what will it prove: I am going to use an elastic band and release it from different tensions I will then measure how far it 'flies'. Doing ...
  • Violent Femmes Band Music Audience
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    VIOLENT FEMMES (USA) AUSTRALIAN TOUR - MARCH 2005 Feel Presents are proud to announce the return of the quintessential cult band, Milwaukee, Wisconsin trio, VIOLENT FEMMES. From their humble beginnings on the streets of Milwaukee to now, many things have changed but one thing that hasn't is the sound of the band. Their loose, improvisational, acoustic sound is timeless. They have ten albums under their belt which include a host of anthems, like; Blister In The Sun, Gone Daddy Gone and Kiss Off' ...
  • Empty Noise Band Elvis Chris
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    A New Turn For Punk If you " re getting tired of played out punk, sold out ska, and eccentric emo, then you " ll love South Florida's coming of age skate punk band Empty Noise. Empty Noise consists of vocalist Christian Montes, 18, of North Miami Beach Senior High; guitarist Elvis Gomez, 20, of Miami Dade Community College; bassist Eugene "Fruity" McGuyver, 19, of Broward Community College, & our very own Guillermo Alvarez, 18, of South Broward High School. It all started with Elvis Gomez. He ha...
  • Band Teen Sat Ticket
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    Pilgrim - The Obsession with A Band By Nothin Coca He listens to the bands songs in light Songs that he would hear live this night The teen sat and watched clos " ly the clock As it was his god of which he was in lock This band he had loved for a many year Of which the sweet music flew threw his ears He left the real world which made him so sad Just to worship a band with words so mad He no longer had care of school of friends And did not give a damn 'bout other men He sat in his room almost eve...
  • The Jazz Age Big Band
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    The Jazz music of the Big Band Era was the peak of over thirty years of musical development. Jazz was so innovative and different that it could literally sweep the world, changing the musical styles of nearly every country. Big band Jazz that makes the feet tap and the heart race with excitement that it is recognized with nearly every type of music. The musical and cultural revolution that brought about Jazz was a direct result of African-Americans pursuing careers in the arts following the Unit...
  • Glen Miller Band Glenn War
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    When Glenn Miller was born on March 1, 1904 in Clarinda, Iowa, he was to become one of the greatest musician, and songwriters in all of history. He was born into a friendly, caring, middle-class family. His family greatly supported all of his ideas and dreams to become one of the greatest people in music. After playing the trombone for several years in high school, he became good enough to join a professional band. From there, he decided to further his study of music, so he enrolled in the Unive...
  • Dizzy Band First Jazz
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    A man with brown eyes, and black hair, weighing 162 pounds, at five feet nine inches tall, and winner for the best trumpeter of 1956 in the Down Beat poll must be Dizzy Gillespie. Dizzy was born on October 21, 1917 as John Birks Gillespie from Cheraw north Carolina. He was the ninth and last child of John and Lottie Gillespie. Dizzy was given early instrumental training by his father, who was the teacher and director of a local band. This in turn meant there was many instruments in their home. D...
  • Mr Trombone Kansas City
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    Mr. Trombone There is a man in Kansas City that people refer to as Mr. Trombone! His family knows him as Arch Martin. He's not a very famous trombone, but a great jazz musician. Warren Dur rett says, "He is one of the most beloved, talented, successful pillars of the profession, a natural salesman, and one who can contribute to the long, pleasant life of a band leader." Martin was born, and lived his whole life in Independence, Missouri. In 1949 he graduated from William Chrisman High School. W...
  • Live Performance Band Giants John
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    "They Might Be Giants" is a band that is not very heard of. But, more people have heard of them than you think. To these certain people, this band is their favorite. They are a unique group with unique people, sounds, and ideas. This is what makes them so good. The band mixes so many genres of music, so it is sort of hard to put them in one category. They combine pop, folk, salsa, country, jazz, R&B, polka, along with children s type songs. They Might Be Giants is a 2 person band. They are uniq...
  • Testing The Forces Affecting The Distance A Margarine Tub
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    Testing The Forces Affecting The Distance A Margarine Tub Travels. Introduction: We are testing for actions or influence that accelerates, or changes the velocity of, an object. An object experiences a force when it is pushed or pulled by another object. For example, shoving a stationary ball applies a force that causes the shopping ball to accelerate. Also a dropped ball accelerates towards the ground because of the presence of the gravitational force; electrical charges attract or repel each o...
  • Colorguard Is Fun Marching Band
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    Colorguard is fun. You start in what is called marching band and then you compete in what is known as winterguard. you get to chase around band guys especially the ones who play trumpet. You travel to different parts of the United States to compete for the number 1 title. My colorguard got 1 st place for two years in a row with the marching band's help of course and we got first for winterguard in 1999. I am a junior in high school and I am 19 years old. I have been doing colorguard for 5 years...
  • Everything Aerosmith Band Perry Usa
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    Aerosmith One of the USA's most popular of all hard-rock acts, Aerosmith were formed in 1970 when vocalist Steven Tyler (b. Steven Victor Tallarico, 26 March 1948, Yonkers, New York City, New York, USA; vocals) met Joe Perry (b. Anthony Joseph Perry, 10 September 1950, Lawrence, Massachusetts, USA; guitar) while the latter was working in a Sunapee, New Hampshire ice cream parlour, the Anchorage. Tyler was in the area visiting the family-owned holiday resort, Trow-Rico. Perry, then playing in the...
  • Jazz History Big Band
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    Music of The swing Era, The Five Most Significant Big Bands and Their Theme Songs Duke Ellington (Take The A Train) Count Basie (April In Paris) Benny Goodman (Let's Dance) Jimmy Lunceford (Lunceford Swing) Glen Miller (In The Mood) Important Facts To Remember- These bands were the refined versions of the seminal work of Flecther Henderson, the architect of the big band style. henderson was know not only as a bandleader but as a great arranger and was hired in the latter capacity to write arrang...
  • Conduction Band Electrons Energy Valence
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    What is a semiconductor and what is the basis of this classification? A semiconductor is a material that intermediates between a conductor and an insulator. Electrical conduction represents the ability of a material to conduct electric charges. Some materials are very good at it and are called conductors; the materials that are hopeless at it are called insulators. Semiconductors (aka semi-insulators) are not very good at it. But under certain conditions, they can almost be a conduct...