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So apart from my abrupt introdustion,my main motive for making this blog is the loss of reall music due to wayward new muscicians who literally cant even spell music but tend to sing ,dance,ride sports cars,and so on for money
And the children love them, and so as they say the most flourishing is the most foolish,the most flourishing musicians like the new hip hop artistes,the pop artistes,etc have been found to the most foolish among living beings(yeah they cant even spell MUSIC)
So let me describe what real music is all about, and how childhood enthusiasm force children to hear the new SHIT genres
Here are the 3 greatest rock bands that ever existed
The Beatles' impact is all over today. Listen to pop music, whether it is a guitar lick, harmonies, song structure, lyrics, if you are of the age group noted before, you know where the influence came from. You hear their songs on ads now. There have been two movies where the soundtrack consisted of only Beatle songs (done as covers).
The concept of Beatlemania is hard to comprehend if you were not alive or were too young, or simply missed it. It was one of those things that you say, "you had to be there". No amount of words can even begin to show the impact of The Beatles. The Beatles DVD set is the best we now have.
If you are still in doubt, well, look at any ad with teenagers. You will see the early Beatle look, just more unruly. The long hair the band introduced is just one of their legacies they left. Like Beethoven, The Beatles will always be with us in their music and how they touched all of us in either a small or large way.
t is unmistakable that rock and roll would not be what it is today without Led Zeppelin. They introduced a whole new style of music and created several different genres of rock and roll in the years they played
Not only are they great in that they wrote and played incredible music, but they also influenced countless other artists to do so as well. Many of the bands that existed in the past, could exist in the future, or that exist today are either directly or indirectly influenced by Led Zeppelin in some way. Brian Hiatt wrote, "Thirty-seven years after the release of Led Zeppelin I, the band also continues to inspire generations of musicians" (par 1). One of the many musicians inspired by Led Zeppelin, Jeff Ament of Pearl Jam, says, "Led Zeppelin—I think that's the band we always looked toward" (Hiatt par 1). Steven Tyler of Aerosmith said that Zeppelin was incredibly heavy, and that they achieved this by working together and synchronizing different instruments perfectly, not by being loud, and that he tried to do the same (Wheeler par 22).
There are countless numbers of songs by new artists with links to Zeppelin, and countless more are accused of stealing from Led Zeppelin. Jimmy Page has rightfully accused many people of stealing from him. He was particularly angry with the Beastie Boys, and even with some rap artists, if they can be called artists. Some even admit it, like in the case of Tori Amos
From the ad they recruited Ron McGovney as bassist, but were unable to find a fulltime lead guitarist, which resulted in a number of guitarists like Brad Parker, Jeff Warner and Lloyd Grant.
The band name Metallica came from an idea by a promoter of the San Francisco metal scene named Ron Quintana. When Quintana asked Lars Ulrich to examine a list of names for his new magazine promoting British and U.S. metal bands, Ulrich picked Metal Mania for Quintana`s magazine and used Metallica for his band.
In 1983, Metallica recorded its first album entitled Kill Em All at Rochester, New York. Although the album did not produce them instant success, it did gave them exposure and a growing number of fans in the underground scene.
After a year, Metallica released a major hit song Ride the Lightning, which features a more introspective, slower and newer style. Although this song became an instant success, some fans were discouraged and accused Metallica of selling out.
After the release of Ride the Lightning, major labels wanted Metallica. However, the band chose Elektra and released Master of Puppets in 1986. Although Metallica failed to release any single for the 1986 album, it was still regarded as the album that gave way to their success breakthrough.
When Metallica was invited to open for Ozzy Osbourne, their album climbed up to Billboard Top Album Chart #29. Until today, many people still consider Master of Puppets as the greatest heavy metal album of all time.
When Cliff Burton was killed by a freak accident in 1986 at a European show, Metallica discontinued playing for a while until they decided that Burton would have wanted them to continue their music. A few weeks after Burton`s funeral, with plenty of auditions to replace Burton, Metallica finally decided on picking Jason Newsted.
...And Justice for All was the first album where Newsted played bass. With much controversy, it was released in 1988. The following year, Metallica 1988 album was nominated for its first Grammy. Unfortunately, Jethro Tull`s Crest of a Knave won the award.
Three years later, the band won a Grammy for Enter Sandman from Metallica`s 1991 self-titled album, also known as The Black Album. It instantly became a hit and became the band`s most popular song to date.
When Metallica entered the mainstream in 1991, they were able to sell over ten million albums in U.S. alone. It was in 1996 that Metallica switched to alternative rock for their Load album. Unfortunately, many fans were discouraged of the sudden change in music style.
In 1992`s Reload, Metallica produced a major comeback as a metal group and their worldwide fans hailed their return. Their success continued throughout the end of 1990s. However, in 2001, Jason Newsted left the band for personal reasons while James Hetfield stayed in rehab for a couple of months.
In 2002, Lars Ulrich, the now sober James Hetfield, Kirk Hammett and their long-time producer Bob Rock who replaced Newsted continued in creating Metallica`s 11th album entitled St. Anger, which produced a more mature, honest and heavy sound that fans worldwide continue to love.
To this day Metallica is considered one of the true pioneers in heavy metal.
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Apart from the term BAND ,if we look at the music influences,then it would a pity of i dont mention the following names:
- Jimi Hendrix
- BB King
- Ben E King
- John Lennon
- Elvis Presley
- Bob Dylan
- Neil Young
- Pink Floyd(Syd Barrett as well)
- The Rolling Stones
- Deep Purple
- Pearl Jam (eddie vedder as a solo artise as well)
- The Doors
- The Who
- The Ramones
- Eric Clapton
- Black Sabbath
- Bruce Springsteen
- Johnny Cash
- Neil young
- Joe Satriano
the artistes mentioned and described above are highly inluential and prudent in their work,whether it be vocals,drumming or guitars...their mucila work tests your gray matter and even if you dont know so much about musical aspects,the music itselfs pruduces AN ALIVE feeling
Since the early to mid 90’s, hip-hop has undergone changes that purists would consider degenerating to its culture. At the root of these changes is what has been called “commercial hip-hop". Commercial hip-hop has deteriorated what so many emcees in the 80’s tried to build- a culture of music, dance, creativity, and artistry that would give people not only something to bob their head to, but also an avenue to express themselves and deliver a positive message to their surroundings..
Todays music scneario is comprised of music which gives you a false sense of style and showoff a.k.a, hypocrisy.
Retard music vidoes,sexually attractive videos,lyrics on sex all these factors makes a joke out of the world itself, we all are not perverts ,,, are we?
We dont need all that sexual content, i lost my curiousness for sex when i left pubert at 16
so that says it all
Lady Gaga (left) she can do literally anything to get your attention
I am offending anyone,but the things today are desperate and i hardly expect another Led Zeppelin to rise and start a musical revolution
He isnt standing like that due to some badass attitude or gifted style and made up physique
he is doing so because his producer is paying him big time to do so
This is pure LAME
Well enough of these.
As they say the real potential lies in simplicity,it is true indeed, for example a simple blue jeans is always of higher price and more demand than a jeans with full of crappy stickers on it isnt it
but the music scenario is so bad nowadays that people choose the weird looking crappy jeans
I am taking of the 90% of people,the majority,and i know this little blog of mine wont change anything but its my statement.
But lastly, a true statement from my heart and that is
"I WILL STICK TO THESE MUSICIANS FOREVER,AND TODAYS CRAPPY EMO MUSICIANS CAN GO FUCK PIGLETS"
Again, i dont want to offend anyone, different people have different choices.. but the blog is for them who are pure showoffs and think that party time and dance floors are their lifes
P.S check for speeling errors,they are widespread