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I Write All My Own Lyrics

Author : Forest Ely
ISBN : 1081938722
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Do you need plenty of room for composing music and writing down your own creation and lyrics? The ideal gift for your favorite composer, music lovers, musicians, songwriters and artists!! Write notes in staff line with Blank Music Sheet Notebook, good for Piano, Guitar, Violin and More Music Instruments. 100 pages of Lined and Staff Paper Left Pages are lined and are suitable for notes, lyrics, and ideas Right Pages are Staff/Manuscript paper for composing Songwriting Journal Features: - GREAT COVER, matte finish - 8.5" x 11" - easy to write in - 100+ pages - Staff Manuscript Paper for composing - Lined pages for lyrics - Simple music design interior - Made in USA Good choice for personal used and great gift for all (men, women, teens, girls, and kids). Grab a copy now! Compose Music and Write notes and lyrics!

I Write All My Own Lyrics Lined Ruled Paper And Staff Manuscript Paper For Notes Lyrics And Music

Author : Brickshub Publishing
ISBN : 1723938955
Genre : Music
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Time to compose music and write your notes and lyrics with this lined journal and staff paper combination Features: Alternate pages of Lined and Staff Paper Left Pages are lined and are suitable for notes, lyrics, and ideas Right Pages are Staff or Manuscript paper for composing Grab yours today Our musicia
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How Not To Write Great Lyrics

Author : Brian Oliver
ISBN : 1537097784
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"How [Not] To Write Great Lyrics! - 40 Common Mistakes to Avoid When Writing Lyrics For Your Songs" is the follow-up to Brian Oliver's highly-praised book "How [Not] To Write A Hit Song! - 101 Common Mistakes to Avoid If You Want Songwriting Success." "How [Not] To Write Great Lyrics!" takes a close look at the essential lyrical elements found in the structure of all hit songs. It highlights and analyses the most common errors that are made when these key components are built into a song, and offers expert advice on how new writers can try to avoid such mistakes in their own lyrics. Most writers have, at some stage, had to endure the pain and disappointment of having their songs rejected because music publishers or record companies didn't think their lyrics were good enough-and many writers have ended up asking themselves: "Could I have done more to make my lyrics better?" This book aims to help writers recognise any weaknesses in their lyrics, so they can re-work them, make them stronger, and hopefully achieve the breakthrough that they're striving for. The music industry has been going through major changes in recent years. As a result, competition is now even more intense. So it's more important than ever for writers to make sure their lyrics stand out from the crowd by avoiding the traps and pitfalls that many inexperienced writers fall into. Written in an easy, non-technical style, "How [Not] To Write Great Lyrics!" identifies many frequent causes of lyrical shortcomings-from common mistakes in the basic construction of song lyrics ... to flawed choices with titles, opening lines, lyrical hooks, verb selection, cliches, and rhyming patterns. The book also shows new writers how to avoid common failings such as putting the most important phrases in the wrong place in a lyric ... and not making sure their lyrics are 'singable'. The book also highlights other causes of lyric writing problems-such as having the wrong mental attitude ... an unsatisfactory writing environment ... not paying enough attention to 'creative preparation' ... and not taking steps to avoid writer's block. The book's author, Brian Oliver-an experienced music publisher, songwriter and music consultant-warns that aspiring writers' chances of success could be hampered if they fail to spend enough time polishing their lyrics and eradicating weaknesses. "How [Not] To Write Great Lyrics!" will help new writers to produce better lyrics, while avoiding fundamental errors at each key stage in the song development process. It includes important tips on fixing and strengthening lyrics, along with a comprehensive checklist of more than 100 potential hazards that writers can measure their own lyrics against-no matter how 'finished' they think their songs are. # # # #"

The Modern Bachateros

Author : Julie A. Sellers
ISBN : 9780786498826
Genre : Performing Arts
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The guitar-based music known as bachata was born in the Dominican Republic barrios in the early 1960s. Brought to the U.S. by Dominican migrants, it has continually developed to reflect the changing tastes of fans and musicians. Bachata became increasingly popular among younger Dominican Americans in the 1990s and 2000s. This generation of artists reshaped the music, blending multiple genres with Spanish and English lyrics to reflect their multicultural reality. In this book, 27 artists share their personal and collective insights into how modern bachata provides an intimate representation of what it means to be Dominican, Latino, multicultural and bilingual in a transnational setting.
Category: Performing Arts

Essential Guide To Songwriting Producing Recording

Author : Darryl Swann
ISBN : 9781495053078
Genre : Music
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(Musicians Institute Press). Essential Songwriting, Producing & Recording brings to those of all ages a simple, easy to understand approach to learning songwriting, producing and recording. Written by an acclaimed instructor at several major music schools, this book puts incredibly sophisticated knowledge into plain, everyday language with stories, metaphors, photos, illustrations, and examples that are sure to educate as well as entertain.
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Elvis The Fairy Tale

Author : Poet Laureate Jean Elizabeth Ward
ISBN : 9781435702356
Genre : Poetry
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This illustrated edition of ELVIS: THE FAIRY TALE consists of poems written over the years, by Jean Elizabeth Ward; in this Revised Edition you will find quotes, and excerpts adapted for the reader from famous 17th. century poets such as John Donne and Alexander Pope, and Elvis Presley. An easy read, with facts within: ELVIS: THE FAIRY TALE is a must for lovers of everything Elvis.
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Elvis The Fairy Tale

Author : Jean Elizabeth Ward
ISBN : 9780595416219
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Let The World Listen Right

Author : Ali Colleen Neff
ISBN : 1604734809
Genre : Arts
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In the Mississippi Delta, creativity, community, and a rich expressive culture persist despite widespread poverty. Over five years of extensive work in the region, author Ali Colleen Neff collected a wealth of materials that demonstrate a vibrant musical scene. Let the World Listen Right draws from classic studies of the blues as well as extensive ethnographic work to document the changing same of Delta music making. From the neighborhood juke joints of the contemporary Delta to the international hip-hop stage, this study traces the musical networks that join the region's African American communities to both traditional forms and new global styles. The book features the words and describes performances of contemporary artists, including blues musicians, gospel singers, radio and club DJs, barroom toast-tellers, preachers, poets, and a spectrum of Delta hip-hop artists. Contemporary Delta hip-hop artists Jerome TopNotch the Villain Williams, Kimyata Yata Dear, and DA F.A.M. have contributed freestyle poetry, extensive interview materials, and their own commentaries. The book focuses particularly on the biography of TopNotch, whose hip-hop poetics emerge from a lifetime of schoolyard dozens and training in the gospel church.
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What Will Other People Think

Author : Tom Clement
ISBN : 9781847476869
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DescriptionBorn an only child to a family with a traditional but outdated view to discipline, Tom spent his early years on the outskirts of London, before his family moved to a cottage in the countryside. After his father became interested in horseracing, it was decided that the family were going to move to Newmarket to follow his fathers dream of becoming a successful race horse trainer.The idyllic life that his family hoped to pursue when they moved to Newmarket never happened, as they were betrayed by a colleague and lost their financial security. Becoming targets for people who had been wronged by the same person that deceived them.As his world grew more uncertain, his mental health began to wain, and by the time his grandparents committed suicide, Tom was engulfed in a fully blown psychotic illness that led to him being sectioned when he was sixteen.After finding a flaw in his psychotic delusions. Tom worked hard to regain some control of his life and integrate with the lifestyle of Newmarket's famous horseracing industry. Tom then embarked on a years long quest to fit in and be 'normal'. But ultimately the desire to fit in with everyone else and the pressures of trying to live up to other people expectations caused him to have a major relapse that threw his world in turmoil. This biography charts the progress if one young mans recovery from severe mental illness and touches on the damage that can be done from trying to live up to other peoples expectations.About the AuthorTom currently resides in Newmarket, where he enjoys nature, illustration, listening to music, and singing songs he's written when nobody is listening. Hopefully one day he'll let you listen. You never know, stranger things have happened.He's recently become involved with the local service user group, Suffolk User Forum (SUF) and believes that service user involvement is essential for maintaining and improving services for other people who experience mental distress.

Confessions Of A Berlitz Tape Chicana

Author : Demetria Martínez
ISBN : 9780806160214
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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“We’re everywhere, and it’s time to come out of the closet: I speak of the tongue-tied generation, buyers of books with titles like Master Spanish in Ten Minutes a Day while You Nap. . . . We grew up listening to the language—usually in the kitchens of extended family—but we answered back mostly in English.” Demetria Martínez wields her trademark blend of humor and irony to give voice to her own “tongue-tied generation” in this notable series of essays, revealing her deeply personal views of the world. Martínez breaks down the barriers between prayer and action, between the border denizen and the citizen of the world, and between patriarchal religion and the Divine Mother. She explores her identity as a woman who has within her the “blood of the conquered and the conqueror,” and who must daily contend with yet a third world—white America.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Crucified Life In A Skinhead Band

Author : Pete Roper
ISBN : 9781326528164
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Retaliator, ' a skinhead band, was formed in the mid 1990's in the run down increasingly dilapidated and violent Norfolk seaside town of Great Yarmouth on England's east coast and set out to tear away the shackles of so-called political correctness that bound the scene so tightly, systematically suffocating it to death, choking off patriotism and passion, slowly killing the fire that had once burned so brightly and fiercely within the hearts of the fans; the very lifeblood of the scene. This book is a first-hand account of the band's long embattled bitter struggle and will take you on a chaotic and often quite ridiculous roller-coaster ride as they diligently fight their way out of the wilderness, or Norfolk as it's often known, into the harsh unforgiving limelight of the murky world of Oi! music.

An Avid S Guide To Sixties Songwriters

Author : Peter Dunbavan
ISBN : 9781524633455
Genre : Music
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An essential reference book for sixties music lovers, this encyclopedic overview includes detailed chart statistics and biographical information for eighty songwriters and covers around two thousand songs, some of which are among the greatest ever written.
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The Facts Behind The Helsinki Roccamatios

Author : Yann Martel
ISBN : 9781847677068
Genre : Fiction
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This superb collection, hailed for its power, compassion and elegance, takes in the wide sweep of human experience. From the last hours of a condemned man, to the imaginary life of an AIDS patient, to the first performance of a bizarre new symphony, Yann Martel's stories are moving, thought-provoking and as inventive in form as they are timeless in content. They display the startling mix of dazzle and depth that has made him an international phenomenon.
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A Natural Woman

Author : Carole King
ISBN : 9781455512591
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Read the New York Times Bestselling memoir that is "revealing, humble, and cool-aunt chatty" about the incredible life that inspired the hit Broadway musical Beautiful (Rolling Stone). Carole King takes us from her early beginnings in Brooklyn, to her remarkable success as one of the world's most acclaimed songwriting and performing talents of all time. A Natural Woman chronicles King's extraordinary life, drawing readers into her musical world, including her phenomenally successful #1 album Tapestry, and into her journey as a performer, mother, wife and present-day activist. Deeply personal, King's long-awaited memoir offers readers a front-row seat to the woman behind the legend. The book will include dozens of photos from King's childhood, her own family, and behind-the-scenes images from her performances.
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The Anthology Of Rap

Author : Adam Bradley
ISBN : 9780300163063
Genre : Music
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From the school yards of the South Bronx to the tops of the "Billboard" charts, rap has emerged as one of the most influential cultural forces of our time. This pioneering anthology brings together more than 300 lyrics written over 30 years, from the "old school" to the present day.
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Let S Get To The Nitty Gritty

Author : Horace Silver
ISBN : 9780520253926
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Silver details the economic forces that persuaded him to put Silveto to rest and to return to the studios of such major jazz recording labels as Columbia, Impulse, and Verve, where he continued expanding his catalogue of new compositions and making recordings that are at least as impressive as his earlier work. Silver's irrepressible sense of humor combined with his distinctive spirituality make his account, which is well seasoned with anecdotes about the music, the musicians, and the milieu in which he worked and prospered, both entertaining and inspiring."--Jacket.
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There Goes The Bride

Author : Catherine Mann
ISBN : 9781942240662
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Hair stylist Lindsey Ballard hates answering questions about her family’s country music roots in Nashville. She’s been avoiding music producer, Myles Emery, at all costs, who’s trying to write a book on her famous relative. But he can’t get to her today. It’s her wedding day. Or so she thought… When Lindsey suddenly needs to call off the ceremony to Atlanta’s popular mayoral candidate, she makes her getaway with the persuasive producer, all the while trying to ignore the chemistry between them that had never existed with her ex. Myles Emery has his own reasons for needing the truth about a country music legend–secrets the Ballard family keeps closely guarded. But when he happens to catch Lindsey running out on her wedding, he knows his luck is about to change. Too bad Myles wants Lindsey on first sight and the attraction is making it complicated to stay on task. “Uncovering her secrets” begins to take on a whole new, delectable meaning…
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Don Kirshner

Author : Rich Podolsky
ISBN : 9781458471550
Genre : Music
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(Book). In 1958, long before he created and hosted Don Kirshner's Rock Concert , the most dynamic rock-and-roll series in television history, before he developed the Monkees and created the Archies, Don Kirshner was a 23-year-old kid with just a dream in his pocket. Five years later he was the prince of pop music. He did it by building Aldon Music, a song publishing firm, from scratch. This is about how he did it with teenage discoveries Bobby Darin, Carole King, Neil Sedaka, and more. By 1960, at the ripe old age of 25, Kirshner had built the most powerful publishing house in the business, leading Time magazine to call him "the Man with the Golden Ear." In five short years he coaxed and guided his teenage prodigies to write more than 200 hits. And they weren't just hits, as it turned out, but standards including "On Broadway," "Will You Love Me Tomorrow," "Up on the Roof," "Breaking Up Is Hard to Do," "I Love How You Love Me," "Who Put the Bomp," and "The Locomotion" songs that have become the soundtrack of a generation. "We weren't trying to write standards," said one songwriter. "We were just trying to please Donnie."
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