Punk Music Video

There are many different ways that you can get lessons that will help you teach yourself guitar. There are guitar magazines, dvd’s, cd’s, books, tablature, online membership sites, teachers and probably a dozen other methods that I haven’t even thought of. One of the oldest and most popular ways is the use of guitar magazines. You can find many of these magazines at your local bookstore, grocery store or corner/convenience store. Most of them will contain lessons, gear reviews, album reviews, interviews with guitar players and some even throw in a cd or dvd that have video lessons and gear demonstrations. If you really like a particular guitar magazine, subscriptions are available at discounted yearly or more rates.

So which one is the best? Well that depends on a few things:

1. Where you are in your guitar playing? Beginner, intermediate or advanced?

2. What style of music are you into? Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Blues, Country etc.?

3. What do you want more of in your guitar magazine? Tabs, lessons, gear reviews?

Before you go running off to your local magazine stand to look for a magazine that’s right for you, check out the following list that I have put together for you of 3 of the best guitar magazines that are available today. Please keep in mind that these are my choices of the top 3 and depending on your taste, you may think another publication is better. But at least this list will give you a head start and you don’t have to thumb through every magazine on the rack.

Guitar World:

Guitar World is one of the most popular monthly magazines on the market and contains guitar and bass tablature of around five songs per issue. The lessons are directed at beginner and intermediate players and most of the lessons, tabs and interviews are in the Hard Rock and Heavy Metal genres. The subscriptions are available at a pretty hefty discount and you can also upgrade your subscription and get a bonus cd-rom with each magazine. These cd-roms will play video lessons, gear demonstrations and music from some amazing guitarists. For more information check out http://www.guitarworld.com.

Total Guitar:

Total guitar is a monthly magazine from the U.K. and is the most popular guitar magazine in Europe. This is in my opinion the best magazine for beginner guitarists. Don’t get me wrong, there are lots of lessons for guitar players of all abilities but Total Guitar focuses mostly on the novice. The mag has a nice variety of tab for Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Blues, Punk, Country and Folk, so there is something for everyone. Another great thing about Total Guitar is that unlike most guitar magazines, they don’t focus on articles and expensive gear but focus on teaching beginner guitar players how to play properly.

Each magazine also comes with a free cd that contains audio examples of the lessons and best of all, backing tracks for all the tabs. These backing tracks are great because they have the guitar parts missing so you can jam along with the song just like you were playing with the band.

The only downfall with this publication is that if you live outside of the U.K., expect to pay a lot for a subscription. Check out http://www.totalguitar.co.uk/ for more information.

Guitar Techniques:

Made by the same company that makes Total Guitar, Guitar Techniques is also a top-notch magazine. Guitar Techniques also has a massive amount of lessons that are spread out along many genres including Rock, Heavy Metal, Blues, Jazz and County. This magazine specializes in guitar instruction and it shows. You also get a cd with the backing tracks for the tabs and lesson examples.

You’ll get everything from beginner tips to some more advanced soloing lessons. They also get right into the different styles or techniques of your favorite guitarists. They explain exactly what scales and techniques they use and how the artist gets their sound. They then give you examples tabbed out so you can learn exactly how to play it. For more information go to http://www.guitar-techniques.com/.

So there you have my list of the Top 3 Guitar Magazines that will help you teach yourself guitar. Hopefully it has made your choice a little easier. Now go get it and start shredding!

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Country Music Artists

Country Music as we know it has been around for decades, with the 1920’s seen as the ‘era’ of Country; with thousands of faces, some well-known, some fading into obscurity lining the Hall of Fame, who are the important figureheads in the history of Country Music? Who pioneered it, we know and love today? Here are some of the founders:

A.C Robertson

Alexander (known as Eck) Robertson recorded the first commercial Country Music song in 1922! He was born in 1887 and lived in Texas, growing up learning to play the fiddle, he eventually found himself with a recording contract. In 1922 Eck recorded the now famous track “Sally Gooden.” It never made it big, and it didn’t sell many copies, but he began the industry we know today.

As the first ever recorded artist, Eck Robertson certainly deserves to be considered a pioneer.

Vernon Dalhart

Vernon Dalhart had the first Country Singer to have a nationwide hit in 1924 -just 2 years after Eck Robertson sang, with “Wreck of the Old ’97.” Vernon was born in 1883 as Marion try Slaughter, he took his name from two towns were he worked. He applied and was hired by Edison records, but he didn’t start out as a Country Singer, he began with classical and dance, later in 1924 he released his first song which quickly became a hit. He went on to record many different hits, using various names, hundreds in fact!

While Vernon may have not begun his career, he certainly made an impact on the business, alerting recording companies to how lucrative it could be, for that and for singing the first country song to become a nationwide hit, Vernon Dalhart deserves his place in the pioneers.

Jimmie Rodgers

Jimmie Rodgers if often known as ‘The Father of Country Music,” he recorded “The Soldier’s Sweetheart” and “Sleep, Baby, Sleep” in 1927 and although they didn’t make millions, they did achieve some success and fame. But Jimmie was determined to make it big and recorded another song ‘Blue Yodel” or “T for Texas” as it is often known. This song earned him his stardom, selling hundreds of thousands of copies.

Jimmie Rodgers made a good career for himself out of singing Country, and influenced many artists, Country and non country alike; sadly he died at 35 years old from TB. For his contribution, Jimmie Rodgers earned his place among the pioneers of Music.

The Carter Family

The Carter Family was a group that recorded in the late 1920s to the late 1950s, they are considered to be the first Country vocal group, in the group was Delaney Carter, his wife Sarah Carter and his sister-in-law Maybelle Carter.

They made their first recording in 1927 with “Wandering Boy” and “Poor Orphan Child,” later they created the well known, “Keep On the Sunny Side,” and many more besides. Their songs became very popular and very well known.

Later though the group disbanded and split, with Maybelle singing with her children and occasionally the group re-uniting to sing a hit, merging with several family generations.

The Carter Family’s songs have been covered by artists such as Joan Baez and even Bob Dylan, but as important as the songs were, the Carter Family pioneered a new way of playing the guitar the “Carter Style.” With such influence on the world, the Carter Family deserves their place as an early pioneer.

It has a long history spanning decades, and these among other later pioneers have created the wonderful world of this music that we know today, they deserve their place in Country Music history.

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Punk Music Videos

Madonna might have said that music makes the people come together, but even the most strident metalheads who never listened to one of her records would have to agree with that statement. If there’s something that can make people drop their guards and appreciate some common ground, it’s definitely the love a similar band. And while these days, manufactured pop stars tend to dominate the airwaves, the world wide web has made it far easier to get to know more up-and-coming acts. In fact, even major mainstream success stories like Justin Bieber had a start on the web, and the popularity of high-speed internet access has made it possible for stage moms and punk bands alike to upload clips to YouTube and wait for the world’s reaction.

While you might be new to satellite internet, fan worship of great musicians probably isn’t anything that you aren’t familiar with. But instead of going to the same old regular sources–like YouTube, where Lady Gaga’s music videos are watched over 60 million times–try to check out other great music-related sites on the world wide web. Here are five of them worth your time.

Soundcloud.com – More of a haven for electronic musicians who are interested in sharing their mixes and sets, from those who are currently touring festival circuits that take them the world over to those starting out in basements across the country. The best part is that a lot of the talent on Soundcloud goes ahead and shares their tracks to download free of charge, meaning that a world of new music is at your fingertips. Are you an aspiring electronic musician? Upload your tracks here.

Bandcamp – If you’re in a band and like the format of Soundcloud but aren’t as interested in the friend interaction aspect, then Bandcamp is the spot for you. If you’re not in a band but want an easy-to-follow website that allows streaming music to load quickly, then Bandcamp is also a great resource. A minimal and sleek design makes things easier to navigate, and a faster connection like satellite internet means dozens of songs are instantly listenable.

HarmonyCentral.com – Sometimes there are music fans, and sometimes there are musicians. Those who are interested in finding out about particular pieces of gear more than uncovering rare bootlegs often flock to this site, which has been around since the 1990s, when it was the home of the Online Guitar Archive. While the tab offerings might be more slim, it’s still a great place to surf online.

MySpace – The original home of bands trying to make it through the web, Myspace might have gone the way of Friendster, but those with satellite internet can still dig through the old band profile pages to check out some really talented and promising acts.

VICE – Vice might be a magazine, but it’s also a great resource for the latest talent that hipsters and tastemakers alike might be raving over. And with a whole lot of interviews featuring everyone from acclaimed rappers to important punk rockers, you can also find great extensive stories on Iceland’s metal scene and hip-hop in New Orleans. A surprisingly great resource.

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The Dead Milkmen – Punk Rock Girl

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Pop And Rock Music

Jazz music that was rooted in the blues, evolved into New Orleans, RAG time, boogie woogie, dixie and swing. Then, in the early decades of the 1940s, jazz entered be bop era. Be bop music was the outlet of the Negro protest in the United States. The atmosphere of World War II made all of society and the musicians frustrated.

Therefore, in a period of 40s, the arcing of new musical forms – one of them was jump band – occurred. Jump band itself was the form of music group that brought the band music of humor and usually contained elements of porn in the lyrics. Then, jump band music branched out into R & B and inspired the form of rock’n’roll that was also a continuation of the development of boogie woogie in the direction of pop or rock music.

In be bop jazz, the limits that were applied in swing jazz were de-emphasized. Be bop jazz was also more expressive and inclined to be more progressive. Thus, since the time, progressive jazz term emerged and jazz music entered into the modern jazz era.

The emergence of rock music and its popularity throughout the world in 1946 were the toughest rival of jazz to keep going and growing. Finally, be bop collapsed and jazz became cool, so came the cool jazz term. Cool jazz lasted from 1949 until 1951. In those days, jazz experienced transition because of pressured by the popularity of rock music.

In modern jazz era or the ’60s era, a new form of music – called as soul and funk – arose. Soul music arose from the influence of the gospel church with blues influence. Meanwhile, funk music had ‘louder than a pin prick’ meaning. It was understood associated with the worldliness because funk was more inclined to commercial.

In addition to these musical forms, there was form of music that was still loyal to the major groove of jazz, eventually called as the hard bop.

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Rock Music

Music is one of the best thing that we have got in our life. This is one of the best way to express your thoughts, emotions, activities and memories. Music has many forms like sad music, romantic music, rock music, fun music etc. The best music that I feel is the fun music, because a fun music will always helps to overcome from problems, sad situations and will let you to live life happily. Therefore we always have a feel of music in our life.

A best music production comprised of professional singers, musicians, producers, songwriters and other professionals. After all this combination we enjoy the feel of music. Music production houses play one of the important role in making music and producing in such a manner that people could enjoy it. Music production companies offer a number of services like organic music, audio branding campaigns, commercials, radio commercial production/jingles, TV title music, TV sound effects, website music/sounds, corporate videos, creation of 3 feature-length films, making memorable wedding and family DVDs, digital video and audio and many more services.

These days there a number of music production companies who are providing best music in form of audio, video, digital music, music for film and TV commercials, commercial ads and many more. To get the best you should choose the best music company by keeping in mind all the services provided by the company, cost of services, whether the company has good testimonials or not, who are company’s major clients and so on.

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Elvis Presley – Jailhouse Rock (Music Video)

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