(Easy Piano Personality). This updated edition features easy arrangements of 30 of Elton's very best: Bennie and the Jets * Candle in the Wind * Don't Go Breaking My Heart * Honky Cat * I'm Still Standing * Nikita * The One * Philadelphia Freedom * Rocket Man * Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word * Your Song * and more.
The Beatles reflected the times as they captivated the world over. This book has been put together in the hopes of stirring fond memories in a few of those Beatlemaniaces, who are as much a part of this story as the four young Beatles were. Always updated with new CDs, prices, and recent information! Throughout the years they've remained in the public eye as much as when they were together. This is a story of The Beatles together and their careers through the post-Beatle years. A comprehensive price guide of all their records together and their solo-careers from around the globe! Stories never told before, whic makes this the Ultimate Beatles Price Guide. Updated yearly. All You Need is Love!
Release on 2019-11-30 | by Melissa Ursula Dawn Goldsmith
Author: Melissa Ursula Dawn Goldsmith
Listen to Classic Rock! Exploring a Musical Genre provides an overview of this diverse and complex musical genre for scholars of classic rock and curious novices alike, with a focus on 50 must-hear musicians, songwriters, bands, and albums. • Explains classic rock composition and songwriting techniques as well as studio production values • Considers the vast array of classic rock styles as well the diversity of artists who recorded classic rock • Includes often overlooked contributors to classic rock such as Jim Croce, Marvin Gaye, Tina Turner, and The Ventures as well as overlooked subgenres such as soft rock • Covers rock and roll's precursors that helped give rise to classic rock as well as how classic rock has continued as a popular music genre from the late 1970s into the present • Offers historical context of the development of classic rock, discussing its lasting impact on popular culture and its legacy
The responses of the cultural theories in the 1960s to these earlier developments are then discussed in detail. Four addition topics - intentionalistic criticism, symbolism, metaphor, and expression - are also addressed. Finally, five traditional art evaluational theories are presented, and the author constructs an evaluational theory of his own by building on ideas drawn from the work of Monroe Beardsley and Nelson Goodman.
Narrating Arab and Black Identity in the Contemporary United States
Author: Therí A. Pickens
Category: Political Science
In the increasingly multi-racial and multi-ethnic American landscape of the present, understanding and bridging dynamic cross-cultural conversations about social and political concerns becomes a complicated humanistic project. How do everyday embodied experiences transform from being anecdotal to having social and political significance? What can the experience of corporeality offer social and political discourse? And, how does that discourse change when those bodies belong to Arab Americans and African Americans? Therí A. Pickens discusses a range of literary, cultural, and archival material where narratives emphasize embodied experience to examine how these experiences constitute Arab Americans and African Americans as social and political subjects. Pickens argues that Arab American and African American narratives rely on the body’s fragility, rather than its exceptional strength or emotion, to create urgent social and political critiques. The creators of these narratives find potential in mundane experiences such as breathing, touch, illness, pain, and death. Each chapter in this book focuses on one of these everyday embodied experiences and examines how authors mobilize that fragility to create social and political commentary. Pickens discusses how the authors' focus on quotidian experiences complicates their critiques of the nation state, domestic and international politics, exile, cultural mores, and the medical establishment. New Body Politics participates in a vibrant interdisciplinary conversation about cross-ethnic studies, American literature, and Arab American literature. Using intercultural analysis, Pickens explores issues of the body and representation that will be relevant to fields as varied as Political Science, African American Studies, Arab American Studies, and Disability Studies.