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The Maoz Tzur tune that is by now considered to be "traditional" in most parts of the Jewish world, is an adaptation of a German folk song. The song is presented in its entirety. Here's one you can call English, German or Austrian! In the 's, Michael Turner of West Sussex in England included this in one of his manuscript books of folk dances and tunes, but without attribution.
Most likely he heard in concert Mozart's "Six German Dances", written in This version is almost identical to Mozart's, with minor changes to make it similar to the most common versions being played since the 's, but changed from "G" to "D". I am not sure about the melody and rhythm as I just wrote it down as I learned it from friends who sang it. I think it was Burl Ives I heard sing it many years ago.
According to Google, the last verse refers to the Spanish theater of the Napoleonic Wars. Melody and Harmony. Joyce that was published in It was first recorded in London inand became a popular church hymn also adopted as the anthem at political meetings. For decades it was regarded as the national anthem of South Africa by the oppressed and was sung as an act of defiance against the apartheid regime. In a shortened, combined version of the two anthems was released as the new National Anthem. If you enter the Finnish name on YouTube you'll see a version with a guy looking up in a train station.
This is the moving video that made me fall in love with the tune. Burns wrote in a letter, "Misfortune seems to take a peculiar pleasure in darting her arrows against "Honest Men and bonnie Lasses. I just accumulated all 12 verses. Words: Leonard Bacon, According to Hymnary. It is abbreviated and altered from his hymn, 'The Sabbath morn is as bright and calm,' which he wrote for the Bicentenary of New Haven, In this revised form it was first published and appointed 'For the twenty-second of December.
I made this arrangement for the Public Domain. It is included in various song collections in English, German, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, Italian, Russian and probably many other languages.
It also Believe In The Boogie - Mark Owen - How The Mighty Fall (CD in an earlier manuscript circabut the lyrics are unreadable. It is also sometimes known as The Spanish Merchant's Daughter. Description from contemplator. First printed in Here is a version of the melody as printed in Own arrangement.
This version offers substitute notes for dulcimers that might not have the half frets. There is a page with sheet music and chords and a page with just the text and fret numbers.
He had promised to marry her, but then he had the chance to marry another and move up in society, and he killed Naomi. He escaped before conviction, but confessed on his deathbed. This isn't the Jimmy Swaggart version, but more likely one you might have sung in Sunday School as a child. Music by Pekka Juhani Hannikainen. It describes the hard work of a smith in his forge. A cheerful melody anyway. Traditional song. Maybe earliest versions come from Scotland in the 's but this version might be considered more of an Irish version.
This version in B Minor and does not require a capo. Bell had learned it from his grandparents, who moved to Georgia from Eastern North Carolina at the end of the 18th century. It's a variation on Child Ballad No. Comparing the tunes and lyrics is interesting, though.
Quite a bit changed in the trip across the sea and the years! A version was played by the Grateful Dead in the 's. It was also a single and video released by Bruce Springsteen in The melody is much older and is used in other songs.
It describes the farmer's work during the year. PDF Perfidia All parts can be played on a 3-string dulcimer, although the lead would sound best if played by a hammered dulcimer. A guitar can substitute for the second dulcimer, too. Also sung by The Weavers in the 's and Eddy Arnold in the 's. The word "sukey" rhymes with "LOOK ee". From Leadbelly's comments, it appears that the term "sukey jumps" was used in the Deep South prior to the end of slavery in the United States and at least until In her book "Mules To Men" about life for Black people in rural Florida, Black folklorist Zora Neale Hurston also used the term "sukey Jump" as a referent for a dance attended by Black people which was held outdoors around a bonfire.
Based loosely on the exploits of an African American outlaw known as "Railroad Bill," tales of his brief but action-filled career on the wrong side of the law have been preserved in song, fiction, and theater. He has been variously portrayed as a "Robin Hood" character, a murderous criminal, a shape shifter, and a nameless victim of the Jim Crow South. There was a Red Light Saloon in Muskegon, Michigan in the 's, but they say it's not clear the song was written about it.
Northumbrian musician Jamie Allen c. It even mentions Asheville! It is making the rounds at KY dulcimer gatherings.
The oldest recordings of the song credit Papa Charlie Jackson, who adapted the song directly from the African-American tradition. During the s and 30s many country performers claimed they wrote this and other well-known songs.
This was a customary practice because the royalties meant big money in some cases. If you check online, there seem to be as many interpretations of the lyrics as there are recordings!
The rest of the song is way too chromatic to be played on the MD. This song is from "The Hunting Cantata" by J. However, it is often considered a Christmas song. Stars Of Glory Stars of glory shine more brightly, Purer be the moonlight's beam, Glide ye hours and moments lightly, Swiftly down time's deep'ning stream. Bring the hour that banished sadness, Brought redemption down to earth, When the shepherds heard with gladness Tidings of a Saviour's birth.
The inside, as Hagan tells it, was less pretty. His book is a damning tale of a striver of almost infantile ambition who, while he did encourage and pay for reams of honest journalism, had so many moral screws loose that he left decades of wounded and bitter friends, employees, and artists in his wake.
And stories abound of Wenner letting his rock- and movie-star buddies vet their profiles. Waters is probably the greatest of the Chess Records stable, and indeed, all urban blues artists, and was an avatar for early rockers like Chuck Berry.
The hall, incidentally, has a few ancillary induction tiers, which for the record make no sense. His emotional dynamic range is unmatched. He died in a plane crash in Squeals of lust and desire, a recklessly extravagant piano attack, and a devilish energy were what Richard brought to rock and roll.
He was one of the chief architects of the music. He was capable of more routine blues, and even calm songs. But at his best, he was personification of priapism and kink on a scale that made all who came after, even Prince, mere pretenders. His band, Richard would recall fondly, had an orgy after every show. Zeppelin were a decisive turning point in rock, in which the blues were beaten into submission by a larger-than-life guitarist and his sidekick singer, a Viking.
They unapologetically purveyed the heaviest of heavy metal. They eschewed the single, forcing fans to buy their albums or see them live. Nothing too profound in the songs, but on balance they probably have the least embarrassing lyrics of any hard-rock band.
I asked Jann Wenner if that was the case. The funds went to our general account. It would be incorrect to say it was used directly for that settlement. My guess would be in the one or two hundred thousand range.
The band released one studio album and played a total of eight American shows in a single disaster of a tour. And yet even today, 40 years later, their record feels as harsh and uncompromising as it did originally. Note that even Ramones songs are fodder for commercials and movie soundtracks these days.
Upped five notches because they remain the one band that has refused to dignify their induction with anything more than a raspberry. He played on their records and became their road manager. She is the preeminent blues-rock singer. Most people have heard about Ike Turner because of his monstrous treatment of his wife and others.
Turner was 20 at the time. All you need to know about this outfit is right here. They stood up, as Whitman did, for the stupid and crazy. Building on the promise of the Ramones and the ferocity of the Pistols, the Clash brought a high intelligence, a rigid but for the most part warmhearted politics, and songs songs songs to be specific: as many great songs as the Rolling Stones in a tumultuous, too-short career.
They wanted to tear down everything that came before and build a better world, and destroyed themselves trying. Diddley was a big man with a gigantic sound — tribal, insistent, but somehow always good-natured — in some ways unequaled to this day.
I put Diddley above people like Jerry Lee, because without his crazy breadth and humor married to his primal, juggernaut of a beat, rock would not be what it is today. Amid groundbreaking production coups and a cyclone of verbiage these guys helped create something new under the sun, as iconoclastic as Bo Diddley, as engaging as Fats Domino, and yet darker than the Stones or Marvin Gaye at his most political, laying down elements that, like the Beatles, opened doors of possibility that would influence decades of innovators to come and, like the Ramones, finding a new primal bottom for the music to build on once again.
Over the years, there have been many rumors about behind-the-scenes fiddling with votes at the hall. One oft-repeated tale involving Grandmaster Flash was originally reported by Roger Friedman, at the time a fairly well-sourced Hollywood online columnist for Fox News. He said that Wenner had disregarded some late-arriving votes for the Dave Clark Five in order to insure that the hall finally inducted a hip-hop artist. I asked Wenner about it as well.
A singer whose artistry transcends the music. The voice she was born with could pierce glass, and her own technique embellished everything she recorded. Note that, besides the undeniable Bowie and cuddly Elton John, the hall has been very wary of the effete and glam side of rock — no Todd Rundgren, no Dolls, no Mott, no Roxy Music until this yearno Pet Shop Boys, no Marc Bolan, and stretching all the way to the Smiths and Joy Division — while just about every hirsute assemblage of spandexed wankers from that era and every one since have been ushered right in.
After years of relationships with both sexes, Wenner came out in middle age. But I did ask him if there was discomfort with this side of rock on the part of the hall.
Forgive me a short digression on exactly how collected Hendrix was. Note that the inductee here is not Hendrix but his band. Another hall pressure point is what to do with stars like Janis Joplin, Hendrix, Tom Petty, or Bob Seger, who did some or all of their most important work with a particular backing band. This decision by the hall is another much-debated one. The s were awkward, after which she Believe In The Boogie - Mark Owen - How The Mighty Fall (CD out into a jazz odyssey understood only to her.
You have to remember he was originally the angriest of angry young men, his name a pointed deflation of a sacred rock icon. Under the anger were exceptional melodies and rhythms, and a lyricist who was a lover of words with some scores to settle, sometimes with the mass media and the military-industrial complex but more often with women. He is now a rock elder, not exactly pompous but a little overeager to share his intelligent but numerous thoughts about anything.
His angelic whispers and distracted murmurs are now indelible parts of the music; the somewhat overlooked Here My Dear is one of the great pop-soul breakup albums. He was shot by his father in a family fight in This was a transformative band. And so, serious and not serious, they defined an early, genial hip-hop that broke barriers cultural and racial and musical in America and around the world.
An utterly sensational rock-pop-funk ensemble under the visionary, spangled leadership of Stone. His simplest songs still resonate; his productions and arrangements radiate a kaleidoscope of sounds yet somehow make up a consistent picture of an artist, befitting one of the first people to write, perform, and produce his own records. A mystic and unsatisfied explorer with a voice capable of great power and nuance. He then created an immortal song cycle of elusive dreamscapes Astral Weeks and then a definitive piece of rock-pop-jazz Moondance.
And yet he was still unhappy and by every indication remains unhappy today. His wild sound and unapologetic mysticism would heavily influence folks like Springsteen and Patti Smith. The brother be right a lot of the time.
Anyway, I love PE but I think the music and history passed them by. In a genre of music that was created and often defined by sui generis oddballs, this group was led by the sui generic-est oddball of them all, astral traveler and funk paragon George Clinton; the result was James Brown crossed with Frank Zappa crossed with a three-ring circus, disguising some pretty heavy themes down below.
Clinton was an underrated producer — his tracks teem with sonic inventiveness, humor, and hooks. But a great man. He lived a life unrecognizable to most rockers, and got shot by real criminals, not millionaire Scarface wannabes sending out posses.
His music changed the world, and brought international recognition to a poor little island no one cared about. Marley died of cancer in As the hall was set up, Wenner and Ertegun and a bunch of other record-industry men they were virtually all men got together once a year to vote on a slate of nominees. The top five or so vote-getters get inducted.
This year, there are seven. The nominating committee meet in a Rolling Stone conference room over lunch, generally in September. Then each nominating member gets to make the case for two potential inductees.
This is sent out to the much-larger voting committee, a somewhat amorphous group of journalists and industry weasels along with all of the previous hall of fame inductees up to that point. More on the implication of that later. This group gets a ballot in the mail, complete with a self-addressed, stamped envelope, to put his or her five proposed inductees.
These are sent back to the hall. Peresman says the foundation will call voters who filled their ballots out incorrectly, and make some calls to bring in late ballots, too. A lot of the data on the hall in this article I have taken from him, either from the site or a recent phone chat we had.
Inventing progressive rock was a dumb idea, but it was their dumb idea. A rock-and-roll seeker dogged by mental demons — and a goofy avatar of rock authenticity. Long may he run. Another of the disparate folks who invented rock and roll in different ways, with different styles, and in different places; Domino, in partnership with songwriter and producer Dave Bartholomew, created a magnanimous, inoffensive, and hugely enjoyable form of rolling, expansive pop; deeply ethnic, but so open-hearted as to include the world in its infectiousness and enthusiasm.
The idea, the legend, of the Velvets is probably better than their actual output. They were pretentious and quite often unlistenable.
A group of instrumental misfits, all but one from Canada, who came together as the Hawks under Ronnie Hawkins and then were propelled to an unexpected fame due to the songwriting beauty of Robbie Robertson and then a stint as the backing band for one … [shuffles papers] B.
A lovely voice, a striking songwriter, and an indelible influence on pop, rock, and soul. Roxy was one of the most challenging bands of its time, mixing glam, art rock, and some species of European chanteuserie courtesy of leader Bryan Ferry layered with postmodern rock imagery, a decayed, regretful sexuality, and venturesome soundscapes courtesy of founding member Brian Eno.
Brassy early releases gave way to several art-rock classics Country LifeStranded and then shifted around the time of Manifesto into haute global pop, in Flesh and Blood and Avalon, that arguably has never been equaled. Roxy is on a pedestal with Bowie in the U. Publicist Bob Merlis, who was on the nominating committee for many years, argued for Johnny Hallyday, a rock star whose popularity in France has really no equivalent in the Western world.
The Stooges are Ur—almost everything noisy and confrontational that came after them, dumb metal to punk. Iggy is an unnerving icon and true seeker, from the gutter to Dinah to his later life as a leathery-thin showman and something like a raconteur. They produced album after album of highly melodic, rhythmically serious, lyrically mystifying Smart Songs for all the best rock girls and boys.
I was one. There are groovy songs on most if not all of the rest of his solo albums, but it must be said they are generally erratic. His distinctive singing style rarely fell into the mannered; he was reservedly carnal, cautiously joyous. Green also produced respectable soul long-players, one of them, Bellean exquisite masterpiece. Seventies pop radio would have been much less textured without him. Now, while the hall of fame proceeded apace in New York, bigger pans were being hatched, for an actual physical rock and roll museum.
Pei to design the place. Exhibit space was eventually placed underground. A gracious albeit haunted presence to the end. The hall should consider inducting Richard Pryor on the same grounds — but not Steve Martin, for chrissakes.
A graceful, elegant presence over decades. Reinvented soul, and came close to reinventing country, too. Fun fact: The band had only one top-ten hit in the U. Jersey guy, nice wife. He met her at work. More than any other great star, he is a recombinant concoction of his forebears: Van Morrison, Believe In The Boogie - Mark Owen - How The Mighty Fall (CD, Presley, Spector, just about everything else he listened to growing up.
It is a tribute to his vision, work ethic, and perfectionism that he looks good in their presence. Bands should be given more credit for quitting early, and keeping their percentage of top-quality work high. In theory, this could encourage great artists to considering retiring from recording rather than foisting mediocre and labored work on their fans late into their career. It would also save Rolling Stone critics from having to figure out ways to tell us how artists like Springsteen are back in top rock-and-roll form and have, amazingly, released yet another five-star album.
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