• Attleboro Arts Museum – Jim Crow Blues
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    Attleboro Arts Museum – Jim Crow Blues

    Stop by the Aattleboro Arts Museum for an afternoon of history and entertainment professor RA Lawson and will hold a talk on how blues musicians use their music to resist and protest the Jim Crow laws of the nineteen and twentieth centuries An evening of nineteen-thirties blues music and poetry will follow the event will be held on saturday october thirteenth from three to five pm at the Attleboro Arts Museum tickets are ten dollars for more information contact Ethel Garvin at 508-226-6712 or [email protected]

  • Eminem – Fall
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    Eminem – Fall

    FUCK REALLY? WHAT THE FUCK? YO MAN ARE WE GOING TO THE STUDIO OR WHAT? YEAH LETS GO HOLD ON I KEEP GETTING FUCKING ALERTS ON MY PHONE ALERTS? YA LIKE ARTICLES AND SHIT EMINEM COMPLETELY PHONES IN HIS VERSE FUCK THIS WHAT WRONG WITH HIM? HE GOTTA STOP LOOKING AT THAT SHIT GOD DAMN ♪ YOU KNOW ♪ ♪ EVERYBODY’S BEEN TELLING ME WHAT THEY THINK ABOUT ME ♪ ♪ FOR THE LAST FEW MONTHS ♪ ♪ MAYBE ITS TIME THAT I THINK ABOUT THEM ♪ ♪ GOTTA CONCENTRATE AGAINST THE CLOCK ♪ ♪ I RACE GOT NO TIME TO WASTE ♪ ♪ I’M ALREADY LATE I GOT A…

  • The Verve Pipe is West!
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    The Verve Pipe is West!

    I WAS IN EAST LANSING WHEN THE VERVE PIPE FIRST APPEARED ON THE MUSIC SCENE IN MY COLLEGE T! TOWN!AND NOW — YEARS LATER — THEY’RE STILL TOGETHER AND EXPANDING THE KIND OF MUSIC THEY’RE WRITING… SO LET’S SEND IT WRITING… SO THEY’RE 3 KIND OF MUSIC THEY’RE WRITING… SO LET’S SEND IT OUT TO JORDAN CARSON ON STAGE AT ROSA PARKS CIRCLE… CIRCLE… áááBREAK ONEááá 3 IT’S NOT JUST

  • Maple Station – Rory (official video) subtitled
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    Maple Station – Rory (official video) subtitled

    Rory Tell me what’s the story Are you doing just fine? It’s been such a long time Honey No one’s quite as funny Yeah, I’m doing okay are you still seeing Jay? I somtimes wish that I could Turn back the time Oh Rory lets go out tonight We’ll stay out until the morning light Let’s pretend you’re back to stay that you never, never, ever going away. Rory Tell me what’s the story How I miss your sweet smile Won’t you stay for a while? Honey So radient and sunny I got so much to say So let meet up right away I sometimes wish that I could Turn…

  • TBI Awareness: The Benefits of Art Therapy
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    TBI Awareness: The Benefits of Art Therapy

    (Music) (Music) (Music) (Music) (Music) I’ve had you know patients better understand what is really underlying their anger what’s really underlying their irritability when they have a greater understanding of that it’s easier to control their behaviors moving forward I’ve had several patients um develop stronger relationships with their loved ones because that after creating the art and gaining that insight and self-awareness they’re better able to explain at home what’s going on internally with them um I’ve had several patients who because of what we’ve worked on in here no longer have certain flashbacks no longer have certain nightmares and so I see a lot of benefits from decrease…

  • Museums Rule! | KQED Arts
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    Museums Rule! | KQED Arts

    [ INDISTINCT TALKING ] Guide: HELLO AND WELCOME TO THE de YOUNG MUSEUM. I’LL BE YOUR TOUR GUIDE TODAY. ARE THERE ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT PROPER MUSEUM BEHAVIOR BEFORE WE GET STARTED? [ CRICKETS CHIRPING ] [ DISTORTED RAPID SPEECH ] [ CHEWING LOUDLY ] [ SHUTTER CLICKING ] [ RECORD SCRATCHES ] Guide: I’LL REMIND YOU, JUST TO BE SAFE. NUMBER ONE — PLEASE DO NOT TOUCH ANY OF THE ART. NUMBER TWO — PLEASE STAY TOGETHER AT ALL TIMES. NUMBER THREE — NO RUNNING. NUMBER FOUR — PLEASE USE NORMAL, “INSIDE” VOICES. NUMBER FIVE — PLEASE PUT AWAY ALL FOOD, DRINK, CAMERAS, PHONES, PENS, AND BACKPACKS IN THIS CART…

  • How Street Art Fuels Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda
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    How Street Art Fuels Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda

    LAURA LING: Lincoln Park has achieved tremendous success. You guys are regarded as one of the most respected rock bands in the world. What do you think got you guys to where you are today? MIKE SHINODA: There’s elements of hard work, and there’s elements of chemistry, and magic, and luck, I’d say at the bottom of it all we have had to have a foundation built on the music. We learned very early on that we never wanted to put anything on our record that we didn’t feel 100% confident of. LISA LING: Tell me about your solo project, Fort Minor. MIKE SHINODA: A lot of people are confused…

  • The transformative power of classical music | Benjamin Zander
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    The transformative power of classical music | Benjamin Zander

    Probably a lot of you know the story of the two salesmen who went down to Africa in the 1900s. They were sent down to find if there was any opportunity for selling shoes, and they wrote telegrams back to Manchester. And one of them wrote, “Situation hopeless. Stop. They don’t wear shoes.” And the other one wrote, “Glorious opportunity. They don’t have any shoes yet.” (Laughter) Now, there’s a similar situation in the classical music world, because there are some people who think that classical music is dying. And there are some of us who think you ain’t seen nothing yet. And rather than go into statistics and trends,…

  • HOW SETH HILLS CREATES A TRACK FROM SCRATCH | STMPD RCRDS MASTERCLASS
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    HOW SETH HILLS CREATES A TRACK FROM SCRATCH | STMPD RCRDS MASTERCLASS

    So first of all, thanks all for coming. Really cool to see all these people. I’m curious who’s not Dutch right here? Lets just raise your hand if you’re not Dutch. Okay lets do it in English then. So the thing is, I saw a lot of masterclasses from artists like explaining their old tracks that are already done and mixed and mastered, but I get a lot of questions like how do you start a track what’s the process of your tracks, how’s your workflow? So I thought it was cool to do like a track from scratch. So I’ll explain my tricks meanwhile in the track do some…

  • How music therapy changed my life
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    How music therapy changed my life

    (music) Hi. I’m Keenan. Or you can call me KJ for short. I have sprue palsy and psychosis. I struggle to correct the false realities of my illness. Before music therapy there was a lot of struggle. A lot of things I didn’t understand. I had puzzling thoughts. And when I concentrated too much, those thoughts turn into nightmares. When I met Tony and started music therapy, it was like I jumped into deep water and started swimming. (Tony) What’s our thing? You had an idea. (KJ) Okay, my idea is something jazzy. (Tony) Jazzy. K. Do you want like, happy jazzy? (KJ) Happy jazz sounds good. Yeah. (Tony plays…