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  • James Brown: The Godfather Of Soul

    article “James Brown, 73; 'Godfather of Soul' Influenced Many Genres, Generations.” he writes: At least four genres of music are unthinkable without Mr. Brown. He had an enormous impact on rhythm and blues and soul. All but single-handedly, he created funk. And through his numerous recordings sampled by rap artists, he provided the rhythmic underpinnings for hip-hop. Gardner agrees with the affect that Brown’s music had on other genres, she says “Soul, funk, hip-hop, dance music, rock 'n' roll…

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  • The Influence Of Music On African American Culture

    Universal Language Music was there for me. Music has always been there for me. When I needed someone the most, it was there to fill the void. In the dark, when I couldn’t see myself or the people in front of me, music was the light. Living with mom in such a hazy world and in a literal sense, I don’t remember half of it. I only remember feeling so lost and empty. But I feel complete around music and people involved in music. Almost as if they are closer to family then kin-blood itself.…

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  • How Did Jazz Music Affect Society

    can provide encouragement, motivations, and even joy. Moreover, there are a wide variety of types and genres of music that are around. Throughout history, music has been evolving and new genres had been created. As of today, there are hundreds if not thousands of music genres that have been created, including Jazz and Trap music. Jazz music, which has come about in the late 1800s, is a genre that was created by African Americans in New Orleans. It grew its popularity in the 1920s when Louis…

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  • The Poet As Hero Analysis

    World War I gave birth to many stories, and with those stories came many pieces of literature. Some of the main ones include All Quiet on the Western Front, a book by Erich Maria Remarque, “The Poet as Hero”, a poem by Siegfried Sassoon and “Who’s for the Game”, a poem by Jessie Pope. These literary pieces had some key differences. Although Remarque’s All Quiet on the Western Front, Sassoon’s “The Poet as Hero”, and Pope’s “Who’s for the Game” all shared their opinions on how soldiers should…

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  • Most Popular Film Genre

    up within a person. The many different genres of film can allow a person to choose what they want to feel while watching. The most popular film genre when searched is comedy. Within that there can be romantic comedy, action comedy, suspenseful comedy and more. The number of films that one can enjoy is endless. Each genre contains a handful of emotions that the viewer will be feeling. The genre that can be described as both loved and hated is the horror genre. The first horror movie to ever be…

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  • Personal Experience: A Cultural Analysis

    Having grown up in China, I was raised in a culture that is different from American culture in various ways. Coming from a family that pays a lot of attention to home education, many traditional Chinese virtues have been taught to me, including being respectful to others, being modest and diligent. The decision of came to America for high school at the age of fifteen opened up my cultural perspectives and experiences. During my three years of stay in the US, not only did I improve my English…

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  • Rap Music Essay

    one wonder why producers have decided to invest so much of their effort into what may seem to be only noise. However, music has taken the world by swarm ever since medieval times, and has roots leading to eras as old as the prehistoric. Music of any genre creates a mood for the listener to immerse themselves in, yet music also has the effect of displaying a message to those who indulge in its lovely beats and lyrics. The messages conveyed by music usually tends to be woven into more simple…

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  • What Are Michael Jackson's Accomplishments

    Michael Jackson was one of the most amazing, talented, and influential people for musical entertainment as we know it today. His talents ranged from a natural and unique, yet gorgeous voice, to new dance moves that are so well known they are in themselves household names. There are three main ways that he was able to plow through competitions and record sales with every album he ever released. These includes the way he would make easy to follow and dance to beats, the time he would spend to…

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  • What Are The Pros And Cons Of Horror Movies

    Movie theater tickets have become increasingly more expensive in recent years. As a result, movie genres that offer a broad range of entertainment and stimulation can make the theater going experience more worthy of the ticket price. Some of the more popular movie genres today are mysteries, science fiction, romantic comedies, animation, documentaries and horror films. Although all of these movie genres are enjoyed in a theater, horror movies are more worth the ticket price because the theater…

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  • Syntax In The Death Of Benny Paet By Norman Mailer

    Throughout literature, authors have used multiple literary devices to convey messages about their writings to the audience. From speeches and essays to poems and stories, literary devices have been used throughout multiple works of literature to emphasize the author’s points and provoke thought and feedback from the audience concerning the piece; by helping the readers appreciate, learn, analyze and understand pieces of literature more in depth. One literary device that attributes to this is…

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