Bob Fosse

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  • I Don T Care History

    Brief History of “I Don’t Care” I Don’t Care is a song released in 2008 by the rock band Fall Out Boy. The song became certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America that same year. It placed #21 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2008 as well. It was ranked at #68 on Rolling Stone’s list of the 100 Best Songs of 2008. Lead vocalist and guitarist of Fall Out Boy, Patrick Stump, refers to I Don’t Care as a narcissist's anthem. The band agrees that the song focuses on the emptiness…

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  • Greek Music Influence

    Since the beginning of time, music has influenced society both culturally and historically. It strives to send a message to all its listeners about the issues and changes of that time, increasing dramatically since its beginnings. From the ancient Greeks to the popular songs of the 21st century, music has changed the way people see the world, advocate its listeners on a particular cause, and shape a nation’s culture. Ancient Music and Its Influence Although primitive and dating back to numbers…

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  • A Textual Analysis Of John Lennon's Protest Song

    The 1960’s was a decade of political and social activism. This generation was swept off its feet by many different song writers who were not afraid to sing in protest of our government. A simple song, can have the power to change the minds and heart of a country, and how they affect or reflect our thoughts about the government and our experiences as American citizens. There were songs created that spoke out against anti-war and political protests. If there is any type of social injustice in this…

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  • Frank Darabont's The Shawshank Redemption

    Tim Robbins plays a role in Frank Darabont’s ‘The Shawshank Redemption’ (1994) as a prominent banker named Andy Du Fresne who is unjustly convicted of murder and is then sentenced back to back life sentences at Shawshank prison. Tim’s character is befriended by a fellow inmate Red, excellently played by the world renowned one and only Morgan Freeman. These main characters greatly help to reveal the harsh realities of prison life. Much of the story is about survival – about surviving wherever…

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  • Johnny Cash Biography

    Vivian Cash was granted a divorce from her husband, and Cash promptly married June Carter. On February 4, 1968, Johnny Cash triumphantly returned to Arkansas for a special “Johnny Cash Homecoming Show” at the Dyess High School gymnasium. Arkansan Bob Wootton, born in the small town of Paris (Logan County), joined Cash's band as a permanent replacement after literally coming out of the audience to play guitar during a concert in Fayetteville (Washington County) on September 17,…

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  • Shawshank Redemtion Film Analysis

    Shawshank Redemtion is a well know movie that was based on Stephen King’s short story “Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemtion.” The movie is about Andy Dufrense (Tim Robbins) who goes to Shawshank prison for two life sentences for a crime he did not commit. There he meets a group of men and starts making friends with one of them, Ellis Boyd Redding (Morgan Freeman), or Red as he is called. Andy slowly gets on the guards’ good side and is e.g. allowed to renovate the prison library. This…

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  • Strawberry Studios Case Study

    Strawberry Studios, a stones throw from the TPi office in Stockport, and one of the few UK recording spaces outside of the nations capital, opened its doors for a year-long 50th anniversary tour, and open-days featuring a range of original recording fixtures at Mondiale Publishing. Since its inception in early 1968, Strawberry Studios has been the recording space for a range of big names, such as Paul McCartney, Neil Sedaka, and the Stone Roses, to name but a few of the artists, who recorded at…

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  • Scrooged Movie Comparison

    Scrooged, an irrefutable 90’s film about a cynical, sarcastic, and terribly witty Frank Cross deals with the turmoil of life and death in a breaking-the-fourth-wall film adaptation of A Christmas Carol. Scrooged is an interesting adaptation, compared to the usual animated family-friendly films that pay homage to the Christmas spirit. This film is not only different than the run of the mill film that copies the novel word for word, it also carries the darker tones of the classic Charles Dickens…

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  • Loyalty Lamar And Rihanna Analysis

    Loyalty: The Symbolically Toxic Trait Songs about love have been a large part of our music industry for several decades now. As a result, it is no surprise that several artists write have had several different perspectives on the topic. There are several songs such as “All You Need is Love” by The Beatles, where they frame it as one of the most magical feelings a person can possibly feel. On the other side of the perspective, there are artists that decide to get analytical about it. “Loyalty” by…

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  • Christmas Scrooge Character Analysis

    Scrooge almost always hated Christmas and because of 4 certain visitors he had a change of heart. He was given a chance of being happy at Christmas and took the chance and in the end he had the best Christmas. The ghosts gave him a chance to see what he had done to the people he loved and gave him a chance at having a lovely time and a future with people he loves. The first ghost that came was marley who was then followed, but the Spirit of Christmas Past and then the Present then the Future and…

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