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by Geir Keys

ePub Sounds of the Sixties: The Stories Behind the Songs download
Author:
Geir Keys
ISBN13:
978-0954807306
ISBN:
0954807308
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Publisher:
OTK Books Limited (August 2, 2004)
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Subcategory:
Music
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1764 kb
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We sing to top songs in the car, listen to them at work, and dance to them at parties. But, behind every top song, there’s a story and meaning maybe we didn’t hear initially. Sometimes it’s masked by the sound of the song

We sing to top songs in the car, listen to them at work, and dance to them at parties. Sometimes it’s masked by the sound of the song. For instance, an upbeat tune may have a darker meaning hidden in the lyrics. Of course, other times, the stories behind these songs are funny and insightful, making things much clearer. Be ready, because many of these true stories behind the songs might radically change how you listen to them.

Stories Behind The Songs is dedicated to the stories behind the music. Band Interviews Music History New Music News.

Story behind the song. He explained that he wrote the song at his first job in music. Paul Simon told that he wrote the song when he was 21. His job was to take the songs that the publishing company owned, go to record companies and check if any of their artists wanted to record these songs. He worked for about six months and didn't have a single song placed, so he gave them a couple of his songs as he felt guilty about taking their money. Then he got into an argument with them and said, "Look, I quit, and I'm not giving you my new song

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The B-sides range from "Boy/Girl" (1979) to "Always" (2002), but there are no B-sides covered newer than that.

The song was also named one of the greatest songs of the 1990s. It was their first big hit but had a tragic inspiration. Lead singer Tony Scalzo had read an article about an elderly couple who went missing on a trip from Salado, Texas, to Temple, a mere 24-kilometer (15 mi) drive. Scalzo wanted to make the story a little happier by including lyrics such as anyone can see the road that they walk on is paved in gold, it’s always summer, they’ll never get cold. they won’t make it home, but they really don’t care. In the band’s version of the story, the couple is happy together in the afterlife. 4 ‘Jeremy’ Pearl Jam.