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Links 1 through 10 of 523 by Joe Germuska tagged music

"The Swinger is a bit of python code that takes any song and makes it swing. It does this be taking each beat and time-stretching the first half of each beat while time-shrinking the second half. It has quite a magical effect." Examples include "White Rabbit," "Sweet Child o' Mine," and "Don't Stop Believin"

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"This is pure genius: Audio engineering company GGRP Sound sent a 45rpm record in a corrugated cardboard sleeve that doubles as a record player. You can put it together one single step."

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"It is inconceivable to think of New Orleans without WWOZ."

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"Scored for orchestra, chorus and male solo singer, with an electric guitar, amplified piano and battalion of harpists thrown in to increase the racket, the symphony approximates brief melodies in between lengthy drum assaults by burgling hints of “Dr. Zhivago” and “Lord of the Rings” along with Vivaldi and “Fiddler on the Roof.” Otherwise, for the better part of 75 minutes, a whole team of percussionists gravely beat the bejesus out of a variety of very loud drums, to unintentionally (and increasingly) comic effect."

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'In this telling Monk emerges as (not least) a heroic African-American Emersonian at the keyboard. Monk’s insistence that “the piano ain’t got no wrong notes!” resonates with Emerson’s war on conformity and consistency. Monk’s stubborn, self-sacrificing attachment to his own aesthetic summons up Emerson’s “trust thyself” wisdom, and his advice that “a man should learn to detect and watch that gleam of light which flashes across his mind from within.” “To believe your own sound,” (paraphrasing “Self-Reliance”) “… that is genius.” Monk knew.'

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"Nothing mattered it seemed, except that the youthful skins we were all wrapped in should bestow us eternal life and that the world out there should be waiting for the revolution we were about to deliver from the contents of the trunk of this vintage car."

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"Perv's House, Pepper's Hideout and the legendary High Chaparral gave locals, many of them workers in the steel mills and stockyards, a chance to ditch the dungarees and strike out in high fashion."

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"Good music by day, craft beer by night -- literally. Basically, Johnson has the Best. Life. Ever."

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"In the spirit of Halloween week, a film critic and a music aficionado break down five iconic sequences from the thrills-and-chills library."

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"We walked down to a nearby pizza joint and chopped it up for about three hours about all topics funk-related."

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