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Question by wilay fan: What are the lyrics to all the songs on the Breaking Benjamin album Dear Agony?
I need the lyrics to each of the 11 songs on Dear Agony, if anyone could help me that would be great. Just the lyrics please, no links.
Answer by Gemahh
Dude, just search them on the internet. they have them
i cant be bothered to tytpe them out for you. lol sorry.
i dont mind sending you the songs.
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1995 two CD release from the Alt-Rock band led by Billy Corgan. Features ‘Tonight Tonight’, ‘Bullet With Butterfly Wings’ and more.Emotionally over-the-top pop extravaganzas like the string-swelling “Tonight Tonight,” the Metallica-influenced alternative rock of “Zero,” the techno via new wave of “1979″–the 28 songs on this swell two-disc album are as eclectic as their themes are epic and ambitious. Billy Corgan’s thin whine isn’t much of an instrument, but he makes the most of it by writing sm
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Richmond, CA (PRWEB) April 16, 2013
Matt Parkers debut recording, “Worlds Put Together,” provides a bracing introduction to the prodigious talents of the Brooklyn-based tenor saxophonist and composer. Scheduled for release on May 22 by Parkers BYNK label (Because You Never Know), the CD assembles a cast of musicians who are leaders in their own right and with whom the saxophonist enjoys deep history on the stage and in the studio.
Among his “Worlds” collaborators are pianist Jesse Elder, a co-leader with Parker of the Candy Shop Boys; alto saxophonist Julio Monterrey, a musical associate since teenage years with whom he co-leads the jazz band 2s and 4s; drummer Reggie Quinerly, on whose “Music Inspired by Freedmantown” the saxophonist played; guitarist Josh Mease, a longtime musical partner; and bassist Alan Hampton, who co-produced the CD with Parker. Its a group that navigates Parkers classic-cum-modern style exceptionally well.
As a sideman, Im used to playing what somebody else wants to hear, Parker told CD annotator Jay Ruttenberg. This record was the first time I was forced to play how I wanted to sound. And I surprised myself. I thought I was going to play these songs as I would on my gigs, playing the melody with a nice, pure tone. Instead, I ended up screaming through my instrument. The emotion and playing on the album doesnt feel neat. I dont sound calm. I sound like I have an army of people chasing me, and Im running for my life.
Starting, for instance, with the Hurricane Andrewinspired Eye of Rico (as a native Floridian, Parker knows from hurricanes). Each of the songs is meant to evoke a scene from an imaginary movieone with equal parts action and atmosphere; and with the exception of the 10-minute-long Full Sun, inspired by Benny Golson and Curtis Fuller, each clocks in at well under five minutes. Like old 78s, says Parker.
Growing up in Fort Lauderdale, Matt Parker, 33, was exposed to little jazz. He started out on alto saxophone in the school band, but only because his first choices, drums and trumpet, were already taken. He developed his own system of playing and is very much self-directed.
At 14, Matt attended his first jazz concert, by Maynard Ferguson (in whose band Parker would later play), and was indelibly impressed by the trumpeters lyrical playing. Soon thereafter Parker made his club debut playing with local saxophone legend Jimmy Cavallo, and started playing regularly on a scene presided over by Ira Sullivan, Dr. Lonnie Smith, Richie Cole, and Melton Mustafa. The players of Parkers generation who were making a name in the area included the Strickland twins, saxophonist Marcus and drummer E.J.
In 1999, Parker successfully auditioned at the New School, and he made the move to New York. He spent two years with Maynard Ferguson and his Big Bop Nouveau Band, performing more than 400 shows while touring in the U.S. and abroad. Matt can be heard on the bands “M.F. Horn VI: Live at Ronnie Scotts.”
The one standard on “Worlds Put Together,” Matts striking, refracted take on Darn That Dream, is included as a tribute to Ferguson. Almost every day, Maynard would warm up with this song, he says. Id stand in the hallway and listen, enamored of it. I still hear him playing it.
Parker admits to always having had a connection to the avant aspect of expression. My problem was when people said I sounded like I listened to [Roland] Kirk, or Wayne Shorter, I felt like what I had been doing was invalidated. The first time I heard Wayne, I was afraid people would think I was imitating him. I felt like I had to play differently, so I went back to Lester [Young] and Ben Webster and Dexter Gordon. It was a while before I felt confident enough to go back to being myself.
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Question by William: Looking for country music artists to listen to?
I’m lookin for not a particular type of country music. Lyrics that involve patriotism, the country lifestyle, and having a simple life. Not necassarily about tractors, pick up trucks, and redneck girls, which is the kind of the only country music that I hear. Actually any country music that isn’t about these things I’ll probably like. Just looking for some suggestions. Thanks!
Answer by DConn
For what you’re looking for, I would say Rodney Atkins, Darius Rucker, Zac Brown Band and Montgomery Gentry would all be good choices
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