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Moon Songs Vibrate Inside You

por Katlyn Popp (2021-06-01)


I know that 2PM are not the best singers or dancers out there, and they're not as popular as other idol groups, but they will always be #1 for me. I don't need them to be perfect, because I know they're not, and I love them for who they already are. It doesn't matter how much people hate them or what people say about them, because I will always believe in what they say - that 2PM won't stop until they reach the top.

Friends in Low Places - Garth Brooks The only country song on list, this Garth Brooks tune will get any room to scream out OOOOAAAASIS at the right time. Even patrons who claim to hate country will sing along with this one.

Brown Eyed Girl - Van Morrison One of the most famous sha la la sing along choruses ever. This Van Morrison tribute to his favorite kind of girl is like the Energizer Bunny of new pop songs, it just keeps on going and going and going....

DM: When I first came to Nashville, I was amazed at these guys I saw. They had this strange kind of genius where they would just tinker around with things. They'd have a guitar that they would just mess around with, and try different pickups and new pop songs kinds of sounds and if something appealed to them, they would try to control it and make a new kind of music with it. Les Paul was the same way and so was Chuck Berry. That tinkering is the way you move forward. If you just sit there and do what everybody's been doing, then you just stay where you are.

The legendary bands in Japan are X Japan, duo B'z, Mr. Children, and also GLAY. X Japan is very famous among visual kei fans. X Japan toured around the world very often because they are noticed as the founder of Japanese Visual Kei Rock music. It is quite different from B'z who are famous in Japan as the best duo rock musicians. They have sold millions of copies in Japan alone. Mr.Children songs are usually used for drama soundtrack. The members love to join charity projects. They also have good songs lyric. GLAY is the band in between of ballad and rock. They have held the biggest concert ever in the word. They also concerned in charity projects. Their songs can reach the heart of youngsters, teenagers, adults, and even the elders.

Now you can write your melody to your lyrics. When you're coming up with a melody for a pop song, you want to make sure you have a 'hook'. A hook is a melody line that is painfully difficult to get out of your head. Usually, the hook is used in the chorus.

And Bob Moore once said to me, "Just play what you want to play here, and then when I tell you to stop, play this one note." And it was a song called "It's A Beautiful Life", which is just a riff on the bass. Bob said to me, "You don't know how many times I've gotten my hand slapped if I did one thing that wasn't exactly like the producer wanted". So in my case it helped to just go in and do crazy things. Even doing "Crying" was crazy at the time because it wasn't what I was supposed to be doing.

I really don't have the answer as to why publishers do this. Perhaps they want the us pop playlist to be accessible to someone at any skill level. Maybe they think piano players don't practice as much as guitar players (you can often find exact transcriptions of guitar parts). Whatever their reasons are, the music on the page doesn't match up with the recording. So what's a player to do?