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  • Rubber Bands - 451 Words
    Jamie Shein Mrs. Titus Academic English I 3 October 2014 How to Make a Rainbow Loom Bracelet The Rainbow Loom is a fun way to make rubber bands into a cool bracelet. The founder, Cheong Choon Ng, created this in 2011. The supplies needed in order to create this bracelet are rubber bands, a loom kit, and a Rainbow Loom hook. When all the supplies are prepared, it is time to start. First, make sure that the red arrow is facing outward. Also, make sure that 25 rubber bands are supplied,...
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  • Band Essay - 489 Words
    Loyalty, dedication, perseverance, the willingness to take advice from other people, and the ability to be able to work with others are some of the personal strengths that I have and will use to make this band a better program. Some areas that this band program needs to improve on are the way the members take it for granted the fact that they have a program. Honestly it is ridiculous that some of our own leaders don’t follow their own orders, and as a result it becomes a habit for others to...
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  • Marching Bands - 1108 Words
    History 1302 Essay Marching bands have become a well-rounded prideful part of American culture. Every American has been exposed to this riveting sound of music at least once whether it may be during a culture rich fiesta parade or ceremonial graduation for a U.S marine. Many may like to believe the origin of marching bands began on a football field. However, marching bands of today have truly evolved from the military bands dating back to the end of the American Civil War. The first form...
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  • Rubber Bands - 502 Words
    Rubber bands are worthless and unreliable. They cannot be trusted to repeat a performance even under identical conditions. If one decides that they will risk a grade on the reliability of a rubber band, they are setting themselves up for dire results and disappointment. The assignment was to create a small car, built mainly from cardboard, powered by rubber bands. The rubber bands were wound tightly around an axel. After the car was released, the elasticity of the rubber bands would pull...
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  • Power Balance Bands Conclusion
    Conclusions The purpose of this experiment was to once and for all answer the question, “do the Power Balance Bands truly have an effect on a person’s balance strength and flexibility or is the whole thing a scam?” The company claims that the these bracelets have a hologram in it and when the hologram comes in contact with your body’s energy field, it allows your body to interact with the natural, beneficial frequency stored within the hologram, resulting in improved energy flow throughout...
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  • The Lifestyle of a Filipino Band Member
    THE LIFESTYLE OF A FILIPINO BAND MEMBER A thesis presented to the Faculty of the Department of AB Communications La Salle College, Antipolo City In partial fulfillment for the requirements of the course Bachelor of Arts in Communications Allan Jarrel J. Ganotan Mark Jesse C. Magbag Van Wesley A. Sagun Jio Byron G. Tabarangao March 2012 La Salle College Antipolo City St. John Baptist de La Salle College...
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  • A Limelight for Cover Bands - 715 Words
    A Limelight For Cover Bands As a musician, the most rewarding aspect of the job is writing music. Some may argue that it is more rewarding to make money while doing it, but that is far from the truth. Being a musician myself, and playing in many bands in many cities across the United States, I can attest that there is no greater feeling than that of a crowd going wild for your own musical creations. However, if a local musician were to set his goal to making a living playing music, it is...
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  • Nike Band Product Review
    Product Review for Nike Fuel Band Your Name Devry Business School I'm a number junkie, I love knowing exactly how many calories I'm taking in, my macronutrient ratios and I'd always wanted to know how many calories I burn on a daily basis. To feed my number addiction I typically weigh my food and prepare an entire days food in one sitting. With that said, being able to track my energy expenditure was very appealing to me. I came across an energy tracking product called Nike Fuel Band....
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  • Musical Review - Dave Matthews Band
    Elizabeth Witt Coughran; 9am NPR Report 9/18/12 Dave Matthews: ‘A Unique Sort of Love Affair’ In an interview that aired on NPR’s All Things Considered on September 8th, 2012, Guy Raz spoke with the widely known Dave Matthews. Some of the topics discussed in the interview included news and details about his band’s new album being released, as well as the things that have influenced their music, and the relationships between all of the band mates. In this short but in-depth...
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  • Rock Music and Outstanding Rock Bands
    One Passionate Night with Outstanding Rock Bands Have you ever experienced an overload of every sense at once? Well, I had when I went to see 2013 RODFEST of June 5. It was truly a sensory overloading festival and nearly drove me crazy. My body shook as if they stood on the middle of the big earthquake because of the monstrous excitement that held me. Also, the quality of sound was so extremely magnificent that I could feel every step of guitarists’ fingering with superb performances. And...
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  • A Study to Redefine the Buying Mix to Improve the Gross Margin of Bangles in Reliance Gems and Jewels Limited
    * A STUDY TO REDEFINE THE BUYING MIX TO IMPROVE THE GROSS MARGIN OF BANGLES IN RELIANCE GEMS AND JEWELS LIMITED * Submitted by * Aswathy Nair MS * Objectives * To identify the average monthly sales of Bangles for the financial year 2010-2011. * To define ideal stock quantity on the basis of current stock quantity and stock cover. * To propose a buying mix on the basis of cost supplied by vendors. * To analyze the improvement of gross margin on the basis of...
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  • IA physics - 841 Words
    Raymond Ye Mr. Pettibone IB Physics 2 November 2013 Internal Assessment DESIGN Aspect 1: How does the time a rubber band spends stretching a force of 12.5 N affect the force required to break/snap the rubber band? IV- The time spent stretching the rubber band 12.5 N DV- The force required to break/snap the band Units for Independent Variable- Minutes Units for Dependent Variable- Newtons Aspect 2: Variables that will be kept the same include: -The force of the stretch...
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  • Sannu's Case Study - 324 Words
    Lab Report Electrophoresis: Using Electricity to Separate Molecules Answer the following questions about the results of this activity. Record your answers in the boxes. Send your completed lab report to your instructor. Don’t forget to save your lab report to your computer! Activity 1 – Calibration Record your data from Activity 1 in the boxes below. Enter the data (number of bands, description of the band patterns) you collected for the protein ladder in the appropriate...
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  • Irish Folk Campfire Songs
    Irish Folk Campfire Songs William Theibert Baker College Irish Folk Campfire Songs Experimentation and new perspectives characterize contemporary gospel. This is evident in the album by Rend Collective Experiment campfire. The album maintains an authentic feel of worship music by pushing the boundaries of worship music. The band, which has captured the hearts of countless gospel lovers, is in the genre of folk music. The 12-track album is a testament of the band’s...
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  • Appreciative Listening - 436 Words
    Appreciative Listening Dominic Busnelli 09/15/11 If I had to pick a band that improves my mood, I would have to choose Sublime. Sublime is an all American Rock band that joined together in 1988. There band consisted in three wonderful musical players that could play what ever music you put in front of them. The band broke up a few years later and then got started back with a few new musicians. I started listening to the band Sublime many years ago when I was in my brother’s car driving to...
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  • SleepyPilot Sean Van Dommelen Guitarist Joins Strangely Alright!
    PressReleasePing SleepyPilot Sean Van Dommelen Guitarist Joins Strangely Alright! SleepyPilot lead guitarist/ vocalist/songwriter Sean Van Dommelen has joined forces with Strangely Alright and is in the studio with the band recording the follow up to SA?s critically acclaimed first CD, ?The Time Machine Is Broken?. He will also be playing live, with his debut performance Aug 5th @ National Night Out, followed by an August 23rd show at the 3 day extravaganza, Moonfest 2014. Tacoma, WA,...
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  • Conversation of 3 People Going to a Concert
    Alex: Hey Jane, John, there is a musical concert in the park. You want to go see the band play? Jane: I am done with my homework; I can go. John: Me too. Let’s go. Jane: Hey, look at that sport car. Isn’t it neat? Alex: That is exactly the kind of car that I want once I get a good job. I bet it is very fast. I want mine to be red though. Jane: Keep on dreaming, Alex. That car costs a fortune. Alex: It does not hurt to set high expectations. Maybe one day I will make a lot of money, and I...
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  • Developing yourself as an effective HR practitioner
    Assignment 5 – Developing Yourself as an Effective HR/L&D Practitioner What are the knowledge, skills and behaviours required to be effective in your HRM/D role? The HR Profession map was designed and created in 2009 by leading HR specialists and generalists around the world. The map is used by many organisations and is universally acknowledged as the guidelines for the structure of the HR profession. The map is built up of ten professional areas, eight behaviours and four bands. The...
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  • Warped Tour Concert Experience
    The Concert That I Live For Warped is an adjective defined as disapproving, humorous, strange, and unpleasant. One would think that a music event titled Van’s Warped Tour would be crazy or different; some may even think badly upon it. To the fans who attend this concert every summer, it means so much more. It is a replacement of all negative aspects of outside life with a unity bound by a common love of music. I can guarantee that anyone who goes to this concert will be able to experience a...
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  • Not in the face interview - 857 Words
    INTERVIEW: NOT IN THE FACE By Sarah Roerk Austin’s Not In The Face rock group has been making quite the name for themselves since they started as a duo in 2009. Jonathan Terrell (guitar and lead vocals) and Wes Cargal (drums) were the original duo that started playing together for fun, experimenting with different sounds and providing a creative outlet. Since then, they have added Michael Anthony Gibson and Ross Dubois to the band and have taken their music more seriously while also...
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  • Biographical Narrative Essay: My Drill Instructor Dan Adams
    In just four exceptionally brief years, our school’s “beloved” marching band has been taught by several instructors whom all led us through the competitions, but only one has ever managed to bring the band to championships and obtain first in state. His name is Dan Adams. It was only his first year as head instructor and yet he was the toughest out of all of them. Never in my life have I been pushed so hard and inspired so deeply to practice harder in music and in marching. Dan possessed the...
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  • Leadership Essay - 514 Words
    To be clarinet section leader, it would be a privilege, no, an honor. Being the student leader would be an accomplishment for me. A section leader must stay on top of everything in their section. So if I become clarinet section leader, this will help me be a role model for the incoming freshmen clarinetist. My vision for next year would make sure that everyone in the clarinet section is on time to rehearsals and performances. To make sure that everyone stands on top of what they are supposed...
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  • Bread of Salt - 1468 Words
    The Bread of Salt Summary It was his assigned duty to be up early in the morning and be on his way to the baker’s to buy rolls and pan de salt for the breakfast table. He was fourteen and he has already got used to his task. On his way he thought of the bread of salt – pan de salt – and wondered how it was made, what gives its flavour and shape. He looked around the landscape at daybreak and once again remembered how much he adored Aida, the niece of the old Spaniard whom he thought he was...
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  • Netw 360 iLab Week 4
    iLab Grading Rubric Category Points Description Introduction 5 Introduce the objective and goal(s) for the report. Manufacturer 5 Provide the manufacturer of the selected equipment. Model number 5 Provide the model number of the selected equipment. Cost 5 Provide the cost for the piece of required equipment. Mounting 5 Explain how the equipment is mounted to a building. Speed 5 Provide the maximum speed that each link will be able to achieve. Frequency 5 For the RF...
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  • Muet Speaking - Question & Answer
    TIPS FOR MUET CANDIDATES! Try not to treat or think of MUET as a scary test. However, don't under estimate the preparation, time and effort required for this test either. If you have friends or classmates who have taken the test, ask them about it. You'll probably get many many different types of answers. "OMG! It's tough!" or "Actually, its not that hard." Their experiences may vary depending on the amount of preparation done as well as their background in English. Well, MUET is a test....
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  • Reservation Blues Chpt Synopsis
    Reservation Blues Chpt. 3 Synopsis This chapter begins with Coyote Springs doing a gig at the Tipi Pole tavern. Amongst the drunken crowd, Thomas notices a beautiful Indian girl in the crowd and decides to sing a song to her. The Indian girl, Chess, also takes notice of Thomas. After the show, Chess and her sister, checkers, help the band to pack up their equipment. Only, most of the packing was done by Thomas, Chess, and checkers because Victor and Junior passed out from all their drinking....
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  • Artist Management Plan Essay
    Conrad Gabriel Ho 10724 Business of the Creative Enterprise Level 2: Artist Management AM6B 23rd February 2011 Management Plan for Caracal [pic] Caracal is an alternative-rock band based in Singapore which has been around since 2006. The band consists of five members, KC Meals on vocals, Henry Louis Velge on the bass guitar, Gabriel De Souza on the lead guitar, Field Teo on the rhythm guitar and Martin Kong on drums. Since their debut into the local scene in 2006, Caracal has...
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  • Action Plan - 454 Words
    Action Plan This essay will be discussing my action plan to create a successful band in the music industry. I will provide short, medium and long term action plans. My short term action plan will mainly consist of creating online profiles and trying to get a bigger following through the internet. The main websites we shall be using are Facebook, Twitter, SoundCloud and Youtube as I believe these website are the main way people learn and discover new music and to create a fan base. The...
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  • Kings of Leon - 504 Words
    Jared and Caleb were born in Tennessee, while Matthew and Nathan were born in Oklahoma. Matthew is the three brothers' cousin. The brothers spent much of their youth travelling around the South with their father, Leon, a traveling United Pentecostal Church preacher and their mother, who taught them when they were not in school. According to Rolling Stone magazine, "While Leon preached at churches and tent revivals throughout the Deep South, the boys attended and were occasionally enlisted to...
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  • Crew Request - 7324 Words
    2010 Approved Guide ­ Public Houses Valuation Office Agency Rating Lists 2010 Valuation of Public Houses Approved Guide 2010 Approved Guide ­ Public Houses Contents 1 2 Introduction Basis of valuation 2.1 3 Ascertaining fair maintainable trade 3 3 4 5 5 7 10 11 11 Choice of band Percentage ranges Choice of percentage 12 13 13 14 14 14 15 16 17 17 17 18 18 19 19 20 21 22 23 Liquor sales 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 ...
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  • Fainting Fangirls - 511 Words
    Fainting Fangirls Imagine you’re an obsessed teenage fan. Now imagine your favorite band member, your idol. You look up to them, talk like them, act like them, you even try to dress like them. You know every single thing about their life except where they get their clothes, until you walk into your local Hot Topic and stumble across an ad with said band member on it. Excited to see what the ad is about, you rush over to it. In big, bold letters are the words “Get in Our Pants”. Your eyes go...
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  • Adad - 732 Words
    Each person is an individual. Everyone has his own talent, own life, own dream, own home and family, own opinion. All of us know the phrase "Many men - many minds," but have you ever fallen to thinking what it really means? Why are we sometimes so selfish and why do we like to defend our own point of view? Let's think of it… Life is very simple and very complex at the same time. Each of us is in the stream of events and people who create these events. Work, career, success, effects us by the...
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  • Twenty One Pilots - Car Radio (Readers Response Essay)
    Readers Response Essay “Car Radio” In order to read and analyze a particular work of creative exposure put into the form of writing. I must first give that of a general basis of background information, then a generic overview as well as my own interpretation of the song through that of its very own lyric’s and then finally talking about how the song relates to me in my own personal way and format. Now, the song that I chose to read and interpret was that of a song by the...
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  • 1960's - 1026 Words
    Kristy Breitling-MUS 222 1960’s March 17th, 2013 Who has not heard of Woodstock or psychedelic music? What is it you think of when you hear of these? Free love, hippies, peace, and drugs. Well this was the end of the 60’s an era where musicians believed drugs gave them the ability to make their songs and how they sounded. This era came right after an era of civil rights movement, war and the world in an uneasy place for the population. In the First World, Rock 'n' Roll, Pop music, Swing...
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  • The School of Rock - 770 Words
    School of Rock The ‘School of Rock’ is about an over confident guitarist Dewey Finn played by Jack Black. This film is written by Mike White, it is produced by Scott Rudin along with being directed by Richard Linklater. In this film Dewey Finn is a selfish so called “rock star”. He pushes his luck with the band and uses people to get what he wants or where he wants. A lot of the way through this film you come to terms with what makes the film what it is today, like lighting techniques, the...
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  • Do Not Read - 481 Words
    Li Yin played the trumpet for the college Symphonic Band. Her hard work and perseverance contributed to the college clinching the certificate of distinction at the 2013 Singapore Youth Festival Arts Presentation (Concert Bands). During rehearsals, she worked hard to improve her skills. She demonstrated good time management skills in managing her Symphonic Band commitments and studies, especially during the competition period when she had practices up to 5 times a week. She was also actively...
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  • Interview script - 847 Words
    Hello, wont you please take a seat. -Thank you. I have brought along my application and some of my sample music. (hand over to interviewer) Would you like something to drink? -No, thank you. I just had some red bull. My name is Mr Smith and I am the manager for Band X. How was your trip in? Did you find the place ok? -There were no problems at all, other than finding parking but thankfully I was early. Yeah, parking can definitely be an issue in this area. Good thing you wont have...
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  • 1960s Music - 950 Words
    Sex, drugs and Rock and Roll, this saying goes along with the music industry like peas in a pod, but never has it had more of a literal meaning than it did in the free loving 1960s. Many of the greatest rock bands and rock artists in history were forged out of the 60s, which culminated in 1969 with a festival of peace, love and happiness in a time of war. Rock and Roll was a release from war tension in the 1960s. Many "Hippies" protested the Vietnam War. Many of these protests were met...
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  • Life of a teenage Girl - 352 Words
    For most teenage girls, music is just a part of every day life. Sure, they prefer certain bands and have their favorite songs, but in comparison to being a fan girl, that's just a drop in the ocean. Super fans, better known as fan girls, devote themselves to books, television shows, movies, music, and celebrities all the time. Whether it's purchasing the newest merchandise or attending the next concert, fan girls make it a mission to support their obsessions as much as possible. For me, it...
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  • Sunband Product Idea - 754 Words
    The Demographic for our product is targeted towards parents and youth in New Zealand ranging from middle to upper class that spend a lot of time in the harsh New Zealand sun. This demographic is primarily concerned about protecting themselves and their families from developing skin cancer. Parents are concerned about the overall health and wellbeing of their children, which is why they are our target market. For children of young age, their parents are responsible to ensure that their children...
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  • Best Advice - 304 Words
    Melissa Ferreira March 13, 1997 The words “I can’t” became a habit for me to say. I repeated those words so often I started to believe in them. It did not come to my attention until a saxophone sectional during Jazz. I idolized a senior named Vince Paikowski, he was a great musician and leader. He asked me to play a section on a selected piece by myself, I looked at my music and realized it was a phrase that I struggled with, I looked at him and said, “I can’t play that.” He asked why I...
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  • Music vs. Books - 610 Words
    The influence of books has a greater affect on a person over the influence of music although they both have a huge impact on the life around us. Books can be enjoyable and educational. Both can surge certain emotions in a person and these elements can be enjoyable. However, music can also be enjoyable but it is a different kind of enjoyable. Enjoyable music affects the way you feel but a book can affect one’s entire outlook on life. Music allows for the body to find some kind of escape and...
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  • The School of Rock - 1232 Words
    During the course of the film, School of Rock, the main character, Dewey Finn, manages to become a successful teacher. Discuss School of Rock examines the farcical situation that develops when failed rock guitarist, Dewey Finn, becomes a substitute teacher at the prestigious prep school, Horace Green. Dewey lands the job by pretending to be Ned Schneebly, his flatmate and best friend. We expect him to fail miserably but despite some setbacks, Dewey manages turn himself into a caring and...
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  • Group Working Skills - 750 Words
    INTRODUCTION There will be a group working in many areas and in lots of situations. Particularly, in the university the group working may be the section of the student’s task. And in the company the group working should be needed in many aspects, such as the sales group, the marketing group, the production of development group and so on. In this essay, I will discuss the definition of group dynamics, the group’s factors which involve norms, roles, cohesiveness and the development stages of...
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  • Robin Hood Swot Analysis
    Robin Hood Case - Case Analysis Questions 1) Create a basic organization chart for Robin Hood and The Merrymen. Write each person’s name and what they are responsible for doing. Basic organization chart for Robin Hood and The Merrymen 2) Perform a basic SWOT analysis on the situation Robin Hood is in. List the top 3-4 Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats that Robin Hood faces. SWOT analysis on the Robin Hood situation: Strengths: * Robin ruled...
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  • pupil - 512 Words
    Music/ Musician / Music of styl……. Concert Music is one of the most important art expressions, lots of feelings and values can be expressed, and of course lots of stories can be told too. I like many music styles, from classical music to rock and even folk music. One of my favorite musicians is Sting, he is a great singer, bass/doublebass player, a great song writer and an actor too. His style is a mixture of many styles, such as pop, jazz, blues, soul, reggae and much more. One of my...
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  • what type of music is most appealing
    EXPOSITORY: “What type of music do you find most appealing?” In 1995, the British band Oasis came out with their second and by far most popular album, (What’s the Story) Morning Glory?. This was one of the major building blocks in the musical wonderwall of alternative rock. Alternative rock is a modge podge category of music that has the rhythm and accentuated backbeat of classic rock and roll but is more defined by its unconformity. This genre of music appeals to me...
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  • The Basement Types; interpreted - 1870 Words
    Amanda DeFrehn Professor T.J. Boynton English 201 1 April 2014 In the book, The Old Weird America, the author, Greil Marcus, interprets Bob Dylan’s album, The Basement Tapes, and its “weird” views on the old America. Marcus compares Dylan’s music to several well-known people’s music and speeches in such a way to support his argument about how past historical events affected the public eye. He believes that the mood, instrumentation, and not as noticeably, the lyrics all lead up to the...
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  • Wombats - 508 Words
    Christina Khem Live Performance Review: The Wombats The Wombats are an alternative rock band hailing from Liverpool, England. They played a gig here in Chicago at Park West venue back in mid September. From the delicately soothing and fun beginning of “Our Perfect Disease,” Matthew Murphy's vocals crawls into your head and whispers from a world of honesty most bands take considerable years to find. The Wombats word choice and vocal delivery roars with such raw and beautiful emotion that...
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  • My Mission - 618 Words
    “My mission is to become an Owner of a Child Care Center, where your children will love to get educated. I have worked in multiple Child Care Centers and have some experience under my belt.” Over the next few years, my main goal is to obtain a college degree from North Carolina Central University in Durham NC. This goal will be very difficult to obtain and I will need to work hard at it. Four things that will affect the outcome of my goal are: how much money I can raise to pay for it, how...
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  • Miss brill Quiz - 263 Words
    Susan Williams Christopher Johnston English Composition June 10, 2014 Miss Brill Quiz What is the dominant impression of Miss Brill? In the short story Miss Brill by Katherine Mansfield, the dominant impression of Miss Brill is of one who is a great pretender. In the first paragraph it is implied that Miss Brills mental health may be failing, this is conveyed where a feeling took her over like a chill from a glass of iced cold water before sipping, and ask herself what has been...
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  • Fundraising - 839 Words
    Fundraising for School Band Carrie Shrum Kaplan University CM220-09 Nicole McInnes Outline Opening Paragraph A) Thesis statement 1) Clear & Precise 2) On topic of Fundraising for band department 3) 3-5 sentences Second paragraph A) What is fundraising & Why is it used B) Why am I wanting to do a fundraiser C) Who am I raising money for Third Paragraph A) Why does the band department need money B) What can be bought with money C) Who will benefit with this money...
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  • Niall Horan - 331 Words
    Niall is a blonde, Irish, extremely good looking singer. He has a very good voice and is the perfect contribute to the group. Niall Horan is hot, and has the cute Irish charm everybody loves. He is one of the kindest, sweetest, most caring boys from the band One Direction. He's Irish and extremely beautiful, he's really funny...Like seriously, spend five minutes with him or watching a video of him &you'll be laughing. He doesn't get as much attention as he deserves and sometimes, it gets to...
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  • The Concert Descriptive Writing - 264 Words
    As I entered the concert, I could hear the beat of the music, the atmosphere was full of excitement. I could see my band playing music, I could see millions of people in front of me! When I went in closer, it felt a little hot and uncomfortable, the place was burning like hell. It was an outdoor concert. I started sweating, as the beat of the music gets louder, the whole stage started to shake and vibrate. my muscles tensed as more and more people started squeezing me into a square. It...
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  • My Book Review - 286 Words
    Book name: Lucky Six Getting the Message. Author: Rating: Why I like this book: I like this book because it is full of action and it’s a mysterious kind of book. When I first started reading this book I always liked thinking who would have been plotting this idea and it was kind of hard trying to find out who was helping them as in the book, there is only a name saying Guest not any other name and the person would only reply when it was night where Guest was sending it to. Lucky Six are a...
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  • The Concert - 518 Words
    The Concert The Third Day concert in April 2012 brought a sold out crowd of over 3000 people to Joplin’s Memorial Hall. When the ushers finally opened the doors people were lined up down the street. People flooded into the lobby where the band’s merchandise was being sold. The merchandise was set out on eight tables that were arranged in a U-shape against the entire back wall. The wall behind the tables was lined with t-shirts and hats. Half of the people were buying merchandise, and those...
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  • Kellin Quinn - 626 Words
    I Am For You I. Introduction “ I can’t promise that things won’t be broken, but I swear that I will never leave.” -Kellin Quinn. Isn’t that what everyone really wants- what everyone really needs? Not always is a solution to a problem needed. Sometimes we just need someone to help us through our tough times and to help us learn from mistakes that have been made. Kellin Quinn understands this. Not only does he relate to the need to help friends, but Kellin relates to almost all the...
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  • One Hundred Pairs of Eyes
    Awareness. An awareness that all eyes from one hundred yards of green grass are focused on a certain point in space is what drives through my thoughts as I stand poised. These eyes disregard the peripheral chatter of spectators, the cold wind whistling in the night air around them, and the harshness of the white lights over the field. They focus only on this one spot before my hands and, to begin their show, they wait for a simple motion, a mere flick of the wrist. As a tingling sensation...
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  • SOCA - 2095 Words
    Alexa Swackhammer English 101 039 1/26/14 The Day We Got A 1 Band season was up and away. It’s said rookie year is always the hardest, learning all the moves for the first time, the music is more difficult, and trying to just fit in. For my rookie year the music was from the hit movie The Nightmare Before Christmas. Three phases or parts that were a mix of songs from the movie. All our hard work through the season put into just an eight minute show that needed to go perfect. There were...
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  • MUSC215 Performance paper - 2057 Words
     Young and Inspired One of the most difficult aspects of young upcoming bands trying to make a name for themselves is how they distinguish their image from other bands. Young the Giant, a band of multi-cultured background hailing from Irvine California, has built their success on their exemplification of pure indie rock music. The eclectic ensemble of musicians and upbeat energetic sound that Young the Giant delivers is simply catchy and enthralling. The band’s desire to make an impact on their...
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  • Five Flavors of Dumb by: Antony John
    I just recently finished reading Five Flavors of Dumb by: Antony John. John’s novel is a realistic fiction book that is about a girl finally finding out who she really is and what she's really made of. Despite the fact that Piper, the main protagonist, is deaf, she never gives up on what she believes in. The novel mainly focuses on the problems that a deaf Piper faces while trying to manage a rock band. Not only does the story project her problem dealing with the band, Dumb, but it also shows...
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  • 1.07 Music of the World- Review Questions and Critical Thinking
    1. Describe some of the influence of Latin music in the US in the early part of the twentieth century. 2. What was the significance of "Machito and His Afro-Cubans"? 3. How did Dizzy Gillespie incorporate Latin music into his music? 4. What was the Palladium? 5. How did the television and films increase the exposure of the US to Latin music? 6. How did Latin music influence rock music? 7. Why do you think Latin music had such a great influence on the development of...
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  • Field Commander Paper - 793 Words
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