Did you know that the word “We” is as common in song titles as “Fuck”? Analyst David Taylor estimated the frequency of using single words in song titles since 1890 and deduced the basic concepts of decades.
David Taylor is a research analyst in Montreal. Age – 44 years. Among other things, in his free time he analyzes how often Eddie Murphy spoke the word “fuck” in his stand-up show “Delirious” (sometimes more than 60 times per minute) and how popular Britney’s name is in the United States in relation to Britney Spears’ career.
Mr. Taylor, you have researched which words are most often found in pop songs. Why?
Listening to music in the car, I noticed that many of the 40s songs playing in my player begin with the Continue reading
What makes a concert special? Is it just the quality sound of the band you came to see? Or, at least in part, the relevance of the environment?
This list shows that she has not the last role: since live performances have appeared, any place can be “appropriate”.
There is no too high elevation, not enough deep coal mine or too small oil derricks or ice floes. If the place is somewhere near planet Earth, then you can bet that some idiot has already organized a live performance and is playing some kind of tunes there. Continue reading
Primary Therapy music, bagpipe anthems, themes from Bondiana, Traveling Wilburys and Kanye West. After the collapse of The Beatles, John, Paul, George, and even Ringo did not lose their creative fervor.
Even before the collapse of The Beatles, John Lennon worked with Yoko Ono, releasing three controversial albums, and performing together at concerts. In the 1970s, the Plastic Ono Band released an album “couple”: one with material from John and the other with Yoko. After the “primary therapy” with Dr. Arthur Yanov (psychotherapy, during the sessions of which clients recall the traumatic events of early childhood and the therapist encourages them to relive early physical grievances and injuries – Continue reading