What's Going On, Marvin Gaye - "In 1969 or 1970, I began to re-evaluate my whole concept of what I wanted my music to say," Gaye once said about the creation of What's Going On. "I was very much affected by letters my brother was sending me from Vietnam, as well as the social situation here at home. I realized that I had to put my own fantasies behind me if I wanted to write songs that would reach the souls of people. I wanted them to take a look at what was happening in the world." The last…
Women Who Rock: In the Pages of Rolling Stone Pictures - Bonnie Raitt | Rolling Stone I LOVE THIS PHOTO. SHE HAS EVOLVED AND EMPOWERED SO MANY TRUE ARTISTS AND CONTINUES TO BE SO GENEROUS WITH HER TIME AND TALENTS.
Prt3: Traditional and popular music comes from the taar. It is an instrument that creates folk/traditional/classic music. This instrument it traditional in Norway because it created folk music which is all about culture. Norway also has other types of music for younger people for example teenagers. This type of music is very much like the one here. Norwegian popular music is Norwegian jazz and black metal artists, then followed by electronica and pop artists. This is a picture of a taar.
Aja, Steely Dan - If you were an audiophile in the late Seventies, you owned Aja. Steely Dan's sixth album is easy on the ears, thanks to both its meticulous production and its songs — this was Walter Becker and Donald Fagen's no-holds-barred stab at becoming a huge, mainstream jazz-pop success.