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T Music Traveler

It was the September of 1990. T Music & Organization had been together only 6 or 8 several weeks and their very first gig was at this old eating position on the Suwannee Stream in Old City, California. A 16yo … Continue reading

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Touching Points of the Blues Since the 50s

Origins The “Story of the Blues” is a tale coloured by quite a broad spectrum of emotion, rather than simply the tale of “a good man feelin’ down”. From its roots in communal music, vocal-only songs, slavery and religion before … Continue reading

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Five Fine Femme Fronted Bands

There are many fine bands, fronted by fine females, and picking out a few wasn’t easy. However, pick them out I did, and when it comes to delivering killer licks, soaring vocals and style to burn, you can’t go far … Continue reading

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Writing Music: It Doesn’t Have to Make Sense

If you listen to radio of late, you can see why some of us think a lot of current music just doesn’t make a lot of sense. Lines don’t seem to need to rhyme, sentences don’t seem to need to … Continue reading

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Progressive Rock Meets Rudyard Kipling’s “If” In New Release from Six Elements

Is the mission of music to better humankind? Not necessarily, though messages in the music created by Jon Anderson (lyricist/front man for Yes) and avant garde composer Vangelis inspire us to see the world from an altruistic perspective. Remember “We … Continue reading

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That’s Some Radical Accordion

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5 Albums That SHOULD Be On Your Pub Jukebox

The music Industry is booming and there are more new styles and genres than ever before, but how many times have you gone into a pub or bar and struggled to find an album or track to suit your taste … Continue reading

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The Magnetic Fields

The Magnetic Fields are an American four piece band, led by singer/songwriter Stephen Merritt. The music style is flexible, with unpredictable and ever-changing genres, making it difficult to pigeon-hole or easy to categories, depending on which way you look at … Continue reading

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iTunes U- let the learning begin

Have you ever thought of bringing the iTunes store to education? Distributing it to the students and faculty? If yes, now you have the reality of your dreams in front of you. You can now have iTunes U. with its … Continue reading

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Unforgettable Music from Video Games

Video Games have been becoming a much more mature medium and have since been a suitable platform for certain artistic talents to be displayed mid game, whether it is the stunning scenery design, an emotional score or an expertly constructed … Continue reading

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