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This article aims to inform readers of other albums beside the ones listed in the Beatles Box Set. Some of these albums include, the Love album (released by the Beatles during 2006), the Anthology Album and the BBC album. It also gives information about the availability of other boot-legged albums which can be found in Deluxe Albums.
Published by Gerard 65 months ago in Music | +9 votes | 0 comments
Unique Squared sells all the most popular and newest music gear around, at a low price. At Unique Squared Customer can find: Recording gear: Audio interfaces Audio mixers Recording software Studio monitoring Microphones Preamps and channel strips Digital signal processing Audio recorders and players Portable and field recorders Recording accessories Controllers Instruments: Professional keyboards Home and portable keyboards Guitars Groove production Electronic drums Amp...
Published by Patricia Cartwright 66 months ago in Music | +1 votes | 0 comments
The Beatles have used some unique chord progressions before. But sometimes it’s not the chord progression that makes the Beatle song unique. Sometimes it’s the chord used that makes the Beatles the successful artists they are. The Beatles usually employ non standard chords in their songs. The way the chord is voiced is certainly different and unexpected; the Beatles employ various techniques including harmonies and melodies to make the chord work. These chords are instantly recogni...
Published by Gerard 66 months ago in Music | +10 votes | 1 comments
Artistic differences and opinions could easily break and cause a band to divide. The Beatles have four talented musicians trying to come up with their own material. The nature of their song and style is very different to the remaining Beatles. Still, as a musician one would want to share his work to the world.
Published by Gerard 67 months ago in Music | +16 votes | 6 comments
Musicians and recording artists often go through different things when trying to make a song, album or whatever project they are putting together for their fans. But they have help doing so, from their labels, from song writers, and from producers. Most recording artists do not make their own beats and so on. They also get help from other artists for features, ghostwriting and so on...
Published by Cameron Davis 67 months ago in Music | +3 votes | 1 comments
For music lovers out there, whether a newbie wanting to learn how to play the guitar or the drums or an experienced artist wanting to share ideas and songs, here is a place for you. Songsterr is a site of compilations of guitar, bass and drum tabs. The tabs are collection from music lovers, but practically anyone can submit their own tab. Though anyone can contribute, Songsterr still is credible since it is maintained by experts editors. You can also make changes on existing tabs, but stil...
Published by Jemma Ponti 68 months ago in Music | +2 votes | 0 comments
Beginning in 1989, Ringo and producer David Fishof came up with the concept of a rotating line-up of world-famous musicians who would tour under the name Ringo Starr and his All-Starr Band, a brainstorm that has resulted in eleven variations of his All-Starr Band where, as Ringo has explained, "everybody on stage is a star in their own right." During an All-Starr Band concert, Ringo performs some of his solo and Beatles songs, and then allows each band member to perform hits from their own ca...
Published by James R. Coffey 69 months ago in Music | +3 votes | 0 comments
Classical musicians especially pianists usually learn a piece by written musical notation which can be read in sheet music and manuscripts. The other way to learn how to play the piano, specifically a piece is by using your ears. This method has been used by musicians long before musical notation was introduced. Playing by your ears is a natural way and expressionistic way of playing a piece; it may not sound exactly like the original piece but more like a personal touch to a piece.
Published by Gerard 70 months ago in Music | +2 votes | 1 comments
Initially the brainstorm of George Harrison and Guy Laliberté, one of the founders of the world-famous Cirque du Soleil, the Beatle-inspired Love premiered in 2006 at The Mirage, in Las Vegas. Written and directed by Dominic Champagne, with executive producer credits going to Neil Aspinall (who died in 2008), concept creator credits go to Dominic Champagne and Gilles Ste-Croix (also a co-founder of Cirque), who is also credited as the director of creation along with Chantal Tremblay. George...
Published by James R. Coffey 70 months ago in Music | +16 votes | 12 comments
Aside from sexual references, the Beatles also used drug references to pay tribute to their recreational activity. Bob Dylan is responsible for introducing recreational drugs to the Beatles. Bob Dylan misheard the lyrics “I can’t hide”, he heard “I get high” of the Beatles’ song: I Want to Hold your Hand. Honest mistake but it caused the Beatles getting introduced to drugs after Bob Dylan slipped a few.
Published by Gerard 70 months ago in Music | +9 votes | 4 comments
John Lennon of the Beatles is very witty; he is responsible for the name The Beatles itself. The Beatles is somewhat a double meaning pun which can mean the bug, or the rhythmic “beat” used in music. As the Beatles’ song writing prowess improves, they have also added double meaning to their songs, not counting the drug references.
Published by Gerard 70 months ago in Music | +9 votes | 4 comments
Even before 1970, John had enlisted the best of the best for his solo projects including the multi-talented guitarist/bassist Klaus Voormann, session pianist Nicky Hopkins, and veteran guitarist Hugh McCracken for the Wedding Album in 1969; Clapton, Voormann, and future Yes drummer Alan White on Live Peace in Toronto in late 1969; and Voormann, Ringo, Phil Spector, and Billy Preston for the debut of the self-titled album of his conceptual super-group The John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band, in 1970. B...
Published by James R. Coffey 70 months ago in Music | +14 votes | 6 comments
The Beatles, being a rock band by heart recorded a lesser percentage of rock songs compared the pop songs they have composed probably to attract a majority of the population. The Beatles were a Rock Band while performing at the Cavern Club; they only performed rock songs and occasionally perform mainstream music. It was only during the Beatlemania era that the Beatles recorded and performed more pop songs instead of rock songs.
Published by Gerard 70 months ago in Music | +15 votes | 5 comments
Although Hippies and mainstream Rock listeners made up only a very small percentage of the “teen-oriented” record-buying public in the late 1960s, as Bubblegum made its way more and more into the Billboard Top 100, it was virtually impossible to follow mainstream Rock radio without encountering these silly little ditties sandwiched in-between soon-to-be-Rock legends like Strawberry Alarm Clock's “Incense and Peppermints” and early Who's “I Can See For Miles."
Published by James R. Coffey 70 months ago in Music | +11 votes | 10 comments
Known for their extraordinary harmonies, Don and Phil Everly are perhaps best known for their 1957 super hit, "Bye Bye Love." Able to carry their phenomenal popularity in Country, Bluegrass, Rock-a-Billy, and Rock of the 50s to the '60s, the duo released the highly-popular "So Sad (To Watch Good Love Go Bad)" and “Cathy's Clown" in 1960. While the 1950s had experienced a marked increase in musical duos (including the Everly Brothers, Jan and Dean, and Simon and Garfunkel), no time in Ameri...
Published by James R. Coffey 70 months ago in Music | +12 votes | 15 comments
The Beatles can be considered as the epitome of being popular; in fact they have performed some of their songs in different languages, and have used other languages other than English into their songs. The Beatles could make out a tune from any language and turn it into a popular song.
Published by Gerard 70 months ago in Music | +7 votes | 6 comments
Discovering and signing a veritable whoÂ’s who of Black recording greats--from Mary Wells to Gladys Knight to The Jackson Five--Gordy parlayed a knack for knowing a hit song when he heard one, into one of the biggest music empires in the world. And although all but a few of his line-up were Black artists, Motown RecordÂ’s influence on the Rock music industry via its songwriters, musicians, and performers was nothing short of extraordinary. From 1970 to present day, Motown Records has gon...
Published by James R. Coffey 70 months ago in Music | +8 votes | 10 comments
By definition, “transposition” is the functional, theory-based method of moving chords and/or notes from one “key” to another. Although many music purists like to equate this endeavor with some mystical and magical art likened to alchemy, it is, in reality a simple process involving simple mathematics. Here we will demonstrate and explain how to transpose chords.
Published by James R. Coffey 71 months ago in Music | +7 votes | 2 comments
In 1965, Bill Medley and Bobby Hatfield--known as the Righteous Brothers--released a song that astonished radio listeners with just how “Soulful” two White guys could actually sound, “YouÂ’ve Lost That LovinÂ’ FeelinÂ’,” from their aptly-named album, Some Blue-Eyed Soul. Many first-time listeners naturally assumed the duo was Black. Later in ‘65 four guys from New Jersey calling themselves The Young Rascals released “I AinÂ’t Gonna Eat Out My Heart AnymoreÂ...
Published by James R. Coffey 71 months ago in Music | +9 votes | 4 comments
Musicnotes.com is the leading retailer of licensed digital sheet music online.  The site contains more than 60,000 digital titles and over 260,000 mail-order titles of music sheets for all kinds of instruments and music genres.   Users can search their music sheets in several ways.  A search field is available where they can type the Title, Artist, Instrument, Show, composer, voices, or simply browse through various categories of music sheets that are organized in the complet...
Published by Athena Goodlight 71 months ago in Music | +13 votes | 5 comments
The Beatles is one of the most overrated yet underrated bands, it is a status that is very confusing. Paul McCartney, is one of the most underrated bass player in the industry, only a few notice his melodic Bass Playing. Ringo Starr is like Paul McCartney, left-handed and underrated. Ringo StarrÂ’s singing skills may not be underrated but his drumming skills are far superb, many drummers aspire to achieve his style of playing. Even a non-drummer can appreciate his drumming. Ringo Starr not o...
Published by Gerard 71 months ago in Music | +8 votes | 6 comments
The Beatles have released numerous of songs, some of which appealed to the general public, whilst others didnÂ’t become as popular as other records. This makes some of The Beatles songs very underrated, these songs generally became underrated because they do not appeal to pop music but in reality these underrated songs can be considered The BeatlesÂ’ best songs of all time.
Published by Gerard 71 months ago in Music | +7 votes | 4 comments
Although most American kids of the 1950s had grown up with Elvis, Little Richard, and Jerry Lee Lewis, their mounting confusion about the state of AmericaÂ’s social scene as the 60s dawned wasnÂ’t sufficiently represented by these early rockers. Socially-conscious college kids were searching for music that addressed their concerns about the status quo that by their thinking had long been in dire need of reform. Folk music--traditionally the voice of social issues--was the most logical.
Published by James R. Coffey 71 months ago in Music | +12 votes | 9 comments
The Beatles have done a lot of experiments while recording songs, some of these included adding Studio Effects and Studio Gimmicks which later resulted to contributions to Pop Music as a whole. Because of these experiments, The Beatles had a hard time whether which take will be considered the best, this resulted too many variations on the songs by The Beatles.
Published by Gerard 71 months ago in Music | +8 votes | 1 comments
Paul McCartney, a prolific songwriter and a good bass player is also known for writing “cheesy” songs despite of his amazing talent. John Lennon hated Paul McCartney’s “granny” music and went far to not even participate in the recordings of Paul McCartney’s songs. While in the Beatles Paul McCartney sang and composed numerous songs which can be considered “cheesy”.
Published by Gerard 71 months ago in Music | +7 votes | 3 comments
Music “theory” is essentially a mathematical approach to explaining the principles behind the construction of music. Theory not only provides an understanding of musical composition, it provides a common language for communicating musical concepts. Theory provides a way to visualize harmony, chord construction, and scale usage. And whether you’re new to music or a road-worn professional, music theory can open doors of comprehension and creativity nothing else can.
Published by James R. Coffey 71 months ago in Music | +11 votes | 8 comments
The connection between mask singing and the vocal registers. An explanation of how to sing through the mask.
Published by sasha dolores 71 months ago in Music | +0 votes | 0 comments
Published by Review Summaries 72 months ago in Music | +0 votes | 0 comments
The Karaoke Channel Streams more than 18,000 songs to televisions to ensure their subscribers have access to a unprecedented selection of music that enables consumers to indulge from almost anywhere in the world. They are a subsidiary of Stingray Digital Media Group which is a leading industry content and broad cast provider within the world of technology. These two forces together make it possible for karaoke lovers to get exactly what they want, when they want it and at prices that are extreme...
Published by Tammi Haynes 72 months ago in Music | +0 votes | 0 comments
Review of Unique Squared, including pricing, comparison with competitors, customer reviews and more. Unique Squared coupon code and promo code included. Unique Squared Pro Audio offers music equipment at below retail prices. The site is simply laid out and easy to navigate, with a very fresh and unique visual look in keeping with their slogan "Be u. Be unique." The homepage offers links to Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, among other links. The business offers products for recording, instruments,...
Published by J Ross Smith 73 months ago in Music | +1 votes | 0 comments
The Beatles has influenced and shaped popular music, one of their integration to the genre is the unique but chord progessions that sound nice.
Published by Gerard 73 months ago in Music | +11 votes | 8 comments
Tips for better singing! Learning to sing can be, and is, a pleasant experience. And once you have crossed the border line of accomplishing this skill it is all downhill. In other words, practising becomes easier and seeing results makes all past effort worthwhile. Once you have started on first row of building blocks all it takes is the time to build the skill. But the essential key is preparing an initial good foundation.
Published by Marie Milton 70 months ago in Music | +1 votes | 3 comments
What you will gain via the online ear training
Published by Hurbert Michael 78 months ago in Music | +0 votes | 0 comments

Every musician wants to have and play the best instrument that suits him, but he also wants to buy that musical instrument for the cheapest price and get the best deal. There are many musical stores but I analyzed 3 of the best music stores Musician's Friend, Guitar center, Music123 which have the widest range of musical instrument

Published by krum Janevski 77 months ago in Music | +1 votes | 1 comments
Choosing songs to play on the ukulele can be time consuming, when you'd rather be playing. Here are some songs to play, based on skill level and style to help you get off to a quick start.
Published by B W1 84 months ago in Music | +9 votes | 9 comments
One of the most significant characteristics of Bluegrass music is that it is performed entirely by acoustics instruments. However, to reach larger audiences the Single-Microphone technique is often used to amplify the music, simplify the sound management, and preserve the acoustic integrity of the traditional Bluegrass music.
Published by E. Rufus Rogers 90 months ago in Music | +0 votes | 0 comments
Bluegrass music is an evolving musical genre; from the old traditional styles to the contemporary and progressive variances. Among the numerous debates to define the genre the true meaning of Bluegrass music is discovered in the experience.
Published by E. Rufus Rogers 90 months ago in Music | +5 votes | 3 comments
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s 40th Symphony, or the G minor Symphony (which Wagner calls a work of “indestructible beauty”) was a product of Mozart’s personal travail he was experiencing during the time its composition.
Published by Athena Goodlight 95 months ago in Music | +10 votes | 7 comments
The budding harmonica player will inevitably be confronted with important technical choices as he learns how to master his instrument. One of these choices concerns the way he positions the harmonica to his mouth to produce single notes. Two methods are especially widespread: the first is known as puckering or lip pursing, and the second is called tongue blocking. In this article, I will focus on some of the characteristics of each technique that come to my attention.
Published by Kyapa 96 months ago in Music | +3 votes | 1 comments
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