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by Denise Sullivan
M's rise from an Athens, Georgia party-band to a politically active, world-renowned rock group who has influenced alternative bands for more than a decade.
This is the story of . M's rise from an Athens, Georgia party-band to a politically active, world-renowned rock group who has influenced alternative bands for more than a decade. Includes a complete discography, photo This is the story of . whose most recent album sold over 14 million copies-as told by friends of the band, fellow musicians, and music industry insiders.
Denise Sullivan is an American music journalist and historian who is the author of music biographies as well as the critically acclaimed music-history book, Keep on Pushing: Black Power Music from Blues to Hip-hop. Sullivan first began writing music. Sullivan first began writing music journalism for her high school newspaper in Cupertino, California while working as a record-store clerk. At the University of San Francisco, Sullivan became a founding staff member of radio station KUSF under the DJ name Marie London.
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This book was excellent. It was great to get a history of what went on by people who actually were there
M's rise from an Athens, Georgia party-band to a politically active, world-renowned rock group who has influenced alternative bands for more than a decade. Includes a complete discography, photos, and line drawings. This book was excellent. It was great to get a history of what went on by people who actually were there. Recommendwd if you are a fan of Mr. Stipe and Co. or just interested in a the history of great music that shaped a scene.
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Talk About the Passion is the fourth song on . s debut album Murmur and its second single. Michael Stipe has described the song as being about hunger, but its message was muddled in the popular view by lyrics that were seen by many as unclear. The music video attempted to right this by playing the song alongside footage of homeless people and warships, ending with the words In 1987, the cost of one destroyer-class warship was 910 million dollars. However, take a bit of time to try and parse the lyrics and the message is rather plain to see.
Talk About the Passion. performing Talk About The Passion. More than 20,000 radio stations with playlists on Radiovolna. views 154. Repetition on the radio 15. play. Talk About the Passion. Radio stations where the song sounded. Information about the site.
Denise Sullivan, Author of .
Today, their dichotomous history remains fascinating-it's no wonder Matthew Greenwald chose to examine it up close. Denise Sullivan, Author of . Talk about the Passion, an Oral History and Rip It Up! Rock & Roll Rulebreakers. The passion and the joy the Mamas and Papas brought to their best music remains, a tangible thing, despite the circumstances of their downfall. I could listen to them forever, though their last two LPs are painful to the max, so skip those. Occasionally one will catch my eye particularly.
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