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I remember listening to it as I walked by two black mothers in bed slippers fighting in the street. I remember listening to it on my way to catch the bus to go to a school out of my zone, so that I could get a better education. The College Dropout sparked a resurgence of socially conscious rap in the mid s,  arriving at a time when pop rap was saturated with songs featuring product placement and intensely violent lyrics, epitomized by rappers like 50 CentNellyJa RuleLudacrisand P.
It avoided the usual plotlines about sex, money and violence and touched on everything from his faith to his fears of failure and other crises from his life. According to DJBooth journalist Brad Callas, the album also "helped solidify chipmunk soul as not only the defining sound of the Roc-A-Fella era but also the most popular sub-genre in hip-hop". RZA might have birthed chipmunk soul, and Black Star perfected smart lyricism for the JanSport bunch, but 'Ye brought all that to the masses in one single, digestible product, breaking down the divisions between mainstream rap and Rawkus -grade consciousness.
With the album, West began to develop a following of listeners who could not relate to lyrics glorifying gangster lifestyle but still enjoyed rap music and connected more with his musings on family and love. I was uncertain of my future. Credits are adapted from the album's liner notes. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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It all has to do with ambient music. The bass guitar isn't always easy to recognize as such in his music; it is in the closing piece 'Book Of Rebellion', in which the bass is very upfront and in the short of 'DFB'. In his other pieces, Distant Fires Burning buries his bass in the gremlins of the computer. I have no idea what kind of software he's using. It might be of the variety that his label of choice here, Aubiobulb Records in the UK, has to offer.
They mainly have a great one called 'Ambient', and maybe that's what he used, but they have others too I don't know, sadly! The information mentions that all pieces started with the bass and are more synth-based in the end.
The info says that this music deals with the impact of Covid By day, De Meester is a social worker, and he saw the impact of the pandemic on socially weaker people and saw them without hope for a brighter tomorrow. That didn't result in some very upbeat music.
The mood is solemn and dark throughout these five pieces three are ten minutes or minutes, the other two are shorter. Lengthy sustaining sounds, but they don't always take the form of long drones.
In 'Book Of Fragmentation', the grains of sound staple and become almost an arpeggio. It is one piece that is very computer-based. The combination of bass-driven sound and computer treatments which could live to sample, come to think of it works quite well. The music is ambient, but not your standard version of it.
Small rhythmical particles are drifting around this one; the unusual choice of bass and having that sound like a bass adds to the fun of this being different. All of this marked a maturing for this project. A new release means making coffee, picking up a book, putting the CD on repeat, and sitting back for a fair amount of time.
I am not reading all the time. Sometimes I will close my eyes, even fall asleep, or I will get up and walk about a bit.
Look at my bookshelves, CDs and records. Maybe there is something to organize again? I can watch out over the quiet street on this greyish Thursday afternoon, for which 'Coral Sea' seems the perfect soundtrack. Quiet and grey, that is well-translated into music by Will Long here. Not grey as in dull, but as in painting a moody colour.
It is not a surprise when I say this is atmospheric music. Celer's music is hauntingly minimal, just a few very long sustaining drones that go in and out of phase, slowly drifting apart and coming together.
All of this happens in long, majestic flows. There is a quick fade in and a slightly slower fade out at the end; it all stays in the same volume for the rest. For all I care, it could have been the full eighty minutes of this. There is movement, there is change, and yet there is not.
It is what it is. Phill Niblock's 'Early Winter' sprang to mind, or perhaps other pieces of his as well. There is a similar vastly layered sound here with Celer this time around, with slowly drifting ice caps.
Celer is here at his most orchestral, I think. I love it, but I am a fanboy, so not the most critical mind. When the CD arrived inor so not for meI proclaimed that all the music I cared about wouldn't find its way to the new medium, but I might be wrong. What is not yet on CD or rather, re-issued will be one day. And why not, indeed? The first re-issue to discuss is the seven CDs set by Jonathan Briley.
There was also a cassette on Broken Flag. Following this flurry of activity, things went quiet from then on.
About a decade ago, there was a one-off magazine, As Loud As Possible see Vital Weeklywhich had a very long article about Broken Flag well worth a book in its own right. This article mentioned that Briley refuses to speak these days of his old works, something which I recently learned is not valid. In that sense, this seven-CD is the best introduction anyone could have.
This set includes all six cassettes, plus a CD with all the contributions to compilations. His music takes its inspiration from the classic industrial music scene, i. As this was common in the 80s, some of these voices are lifted from World War II documentaries. All to shock, no doubt and not so much to 'learn' something. Other voices deal with crimes, detailing murders and such 'The Hunter'. I kept thinking: how come you don't hear anything these with all the Netflix true-crime documentaries?
I love Briley's use of voices because he taped these of the TV with a handheld microphone, an instant sound effect regarding how the voices sound. Other fields of interest here are control, domination, torture, vivisection and religion - all of the darker side of things, of course. If you play these seven discs in a single row, thus making the perfect listening session for an entire Sunday at home, you will notice that as time progressed, Briley's music got sophisticated a bit more.
Gaining more depth and toned down, it also loses some of the grimness of its contents. A bit less on the murderers, wars, satanism, al disappearing in favour of the music.
Well, all within reasonable areas of his definition of industrial music. Elvis Presley's first recordings took place at Sun Records, a small independent label run by record producer Sam Phillips in Memphis, Tennessee. He also ran a service allowing anyone to come in off the street and for a modest fee, record themselves on a two-song vanity record.
One young man who came to record himself as a surprise for his mother, he claimed, was Elvis Presley. Presley made enough of an impression that Phillips deputized guitarist Scotty Moorewho then enlisted bassist Bill Blackboth from the Starlight Wranglers, a local western swing band, to work with the young man.
After several takes, Phillips had a satisfactory recording. Country deejays told Phillips they would be "run out of town" for playing it. All of Presley's early singles featured a blues song on one side and a country song on the other, both sung in the same genre-blending style. Slap bass had been a staple of both western swing and hillbilly boogie since the s. Scotty Moore described his playing style as an amalgamation of techniques he had picked up from other guitarists over the years.
Rockabilly recorded by artists prior to Presley can be described as being in the long-standing country style of Rockabilly. In addition to the fusion of distinct genres, Presley's recordings contain some traditional as well as new traits: "nervously up tempo" as Peter Guralnick describes itwith slap bass, fancy guitar picking, LP) echo, shouts of encouragement, and vocals full of histrionics such as hiccups, stutters, and swoops from falsetto to bass and back Get it up.
By end of Elvis asked D. Fontanathe drummer for the Louisiana Hayrideto join him for future dates. In a western swing bandleader named Bill Haley recorded a version of " Rocket 88 " with his group, the Saddlemen. It is considered one of the earliest recognized rockabilly recordings. When first released in May"Rock Around the Clock" made the charts for one week at number 23, and sold 75, copies. Maine native and Connecticut resident Bill Flagg began using the term rockabilly for his combination of rock 'n' roll and hillbilly music as early as They didn't hardly allow electric instruments, and I was doing some songs by black artists.
Cash hoped to record gospel music, but Phillips wasn't interested. This song and another Cash original, Cry! Presley's second and third singles were not as successful as his first.
Sun and RCA weren't the only record companies releasing rockabilly music in They won all three times and guaranteed them a finalist position in the September supershow. Capitol would release nine more records by Jackson, some with songs she had written herself, before the s were over. There were thousands of musicians who recorded songs in the rockabilly style, and many record companies released rockabilly records.
There were also several female performers like Wanda Jackson who recorded rockabilly music long after the other ladies, Janis Martin, the female Elvis Jo Ann Campbelland Alis LesleyLP) also sang in the rockabilly style. He continued to record rockabilly music well into with the release of "Alabama Shake".
Tommy " Sleepy LaBeef "LaBeff recorded rockabilly tunes on a number of labels from through In the summer of Eddie Cochran had a chart-topping hit with " Summertime Blues ". Cochran's brief career included only a few more hits, such as "Sitting in the Balcony" released in early" C'mon Everybody " released in Octoberand " Somethin' Else " released in July Then in Aprilwhile touring with Gene Vincent in the UK, their taxi crashed into a concrete lamp post, killing Eddie at the young age of The grim coincidence in this all was that his posthumous UK number-one hit get it down - Various - Know your produkt (Vinyl called " Three Steps to Heaven ".
Rockabilly music enjoyed great popularity in the United States during andbut radio play declined after Factors contributing to this decline are usually cited as the death of Buddy Holly in an airplane crash along with Ritchie Valens and the Big Bopperthe induction of Elvis Presley into the army inand a general change in American musical tastes.
The style remained popular longer in England, where it attracted a fanatical following right up through the mids. Rockabilly music cultivated an attitude that assured its enduring appeal to teenagers.
This was a combination of rebellion, sexuality, and freedom—a sneering expression of disdain for the workaday world of parents and authority figures. It was the first rock 'n' roll style to be performed primarily by white musicians, thus setting off a cultural revolution that is still reverberating today.
Early rockabilly singer Barbara Pittman told Experience Music Project that "Rockabilly was actually an insult to the southern rockers at that time. Over the years it has picked up a little dignity.
It was their way of calling us 'hillbillies'. One of the first written uses of the term rockabilly was in a press release describing Gene Vincent's "Be-Bop-A-Lula". The first record to contain the word rockabilly in a song title was "Rock a Billy Gal," issued in November Some effects and techniques strongly associated with rockabilly as a style include slapback, slapback echoflutter echotape delay echoechoand reverb.
This same studio would also be used to record other rockabilly musicians such as Buddy Holly and The Rock and Roll Trio. This created some of the desired resonance, but Phillips used technical methods to create additional echo: the original signal from one tape machine was fed through a second machine with a split-second delay.
In comparison to country songs, rockabilly songs generally have simplified form, lyrics, chord progressions and arrangements, faster tempos, and amplified percussion. There is greater variability in lyrics and melodies, and the singing style is more flamboyant.
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