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  • Dave Matthews Band Analysis

    writing his first few songs, including "The Song that Jane Likes" and "Recently", he began to consider starting his own band" (wikipedia.com). There was only one answer to this Matthews explains. "I didn't really have a vision, or a plan," says Matthews, acknowledging that some of his musical sensibility came from spending time in so many different places as a child. "I'm sure it gave me a little bit of openness. The most diverse music in the world is in America, 'cause there are so many different cultures here, but what tends to be pushed to the top is often a narrow view of what there really is. So maybe (his travels) just gave me a wider pool of listening" (dmband.com). The only option for Matthews was to find the best musicians around and surround him with…

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  • Dave Matthews Band

    As the most prominent members of a band, rock singers get the most attention for their work. Often, lead singers end up going solo and collaborating with other musicians, giving them even more exposure. Many times, this translates into more money and fame than the singer’s counterparts in the band. Here is a list of the 10 richest rock singers in the world, who have made their money through extensive tours and numerous main and side projects. Number Ten: Dave Matthews ($250 Million) As…

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  • Why Isn T God Like Eri Analysis

    what my parents taught me and into my own concept of Christianity and strong faith, and this desire for strong faith led me down a very experimental path. I started to listen to secular music, like Diley with this idea in my mind that I was sinning every time I did. I listened to Matchbox20 and Dave Matthews band, and felt like I was some sort of rebel by doing so. I had a level of guilt after listening to them as well. My grandmother had always pushed this idea that secular music was a…

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  • Personal Narrative: Funny The Way It Is By Dave Matthews Band

    “Funny the way it is, not right or wrong. Somebody's broken heart become your favorite song. Funny the way it is, if you think about it, one kid walks 10 miles to school, another's dropping out.” I will never forget the first time the song, Funny the Way It Is, by the Dave Matthews Band made sense to me. I was listening to the Dave Matthews Band Pandora station after I had just played my worst round of golf of the summer after having just played my best round of golf the day before. I was twelve…

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  • Leo And Calypso Summary Chapter 2

    Leo stood at the helm of the Argo II. He was thinking about Calypso, obviously. He thought about the things he and Aphrodite had talked about a few days ago. Aphrodite slowly led him into the dining hall and then she sat down regally on one of the chairs. "Sit down," She said to him with a smile on her face. As Leo slowly sat down on the edge of one of the chairs, she ran her hand through her long auburn curls. "You know Leo, you and Calypso make a good couple." She looked at him an amused…

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  • Music Education In A Multicultural Setting Analysis

    different races and cultures. This is because of emotions. According to Roger Cross (2013), everyone has something called emotional intelligence (p. 22). Emotional intelligence pertains to how people feel to certain pieces of music. This is beginning to be necessary to promote sustainable values and behaviors among all cultures. Music education is supposed to focus on the multicultural issues in music due to the diversity in the music that is obtained by the director and handed to the…

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  • Music Research Papers

    These musicians do not care about the conventional life of having a job and family, but instead focus on expressing their views in artistic ways through their music. In some cases, music was the only motivation of living for some musicians, especially in areas of unemployment and distress, where young people had very limited opportunities. This was the reason why a stereotype developed, considering musicians depressed and low-life individuals who were not contributing to society. Not bound by…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Interview With A Musician

    He has since than been playing the instrument for 25 plus years. James told me the person who influenced him to play the bass guitar was “Les Clay Pool,” from the band called “Primus”. His first performance was when he was 19 years old. He played with his very first band named (IN) which was a punk rock band. They performed at a bar named the “Token Lounge,” which is located in Westland, MI. During his time as a musician he’s played many shows. His favorite gigs to play are outdoor festivals.…

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  • First Friday Research Paper

    The melody was clear and memorable. The audience reacted to the music at appropriate times, singing along if they knew the lyrics and applauding when each song was finished. During a particular song, “You make me feel like dancing”, about 4 couples got up to the front of the audience and danced their hearts out. I believe the general environment of the location in which this concert took place contributed to the vibe of the music. It took at Railroad Square because First Friday is a monthly…

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  • Rock Music Vs Classical Music Essay

    The Classical music performance had an order to it in the way the musicians walk out, sit down and how they played. The crowd would be very respectful and professional while watching the orchestra. The crowd would clap when need and would be quiet when needed. The orchestra would perform in a beautiful theater not outside on an open stage like a rock concert. A rock concert differs from that of a classical performs. The band usually has no order to way the play. They just kind of all walk on…

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