That just goes to show that music is a huge part of me and a part of my life. The whole thing got very frustrating after a while. My mind was all over the place because I was trying to think of other things to do besides listen to music. I never realized how much music was apart of my life until I had to actually cut it out; I also asked a few of my friends how they would feel if they had to take music out of their lives for a certain amount of time and they pretty much looked at me like I was crazy. That just affirms that music has a huge impact on the world and the people in it.
My World of Music Music plays an integral and emotional role in our lives. We all have some stories and memories tied to certain songs that we hear. Music helps in shaping our identity as we mature through life. A discourse community is a group of people who speak and share the same interests in certain topics, knowledge, and vocabulary using similar jargons specific to that community. I successfully joined a discourse community of a music class to learn the skills of playing an electronic keyboard in my sophomore year of high school.
Also that December, I had found out that they were doing the Grammy Gig of A Lifetime show, and that was the only LA show they had lined up, so of course I got tickets to drag some more friends to that show. On January 16, 2014, they made a public announcement stating that drummer Bryan “Olivver” Sammis, was leaving the band to pursue a solo career in music, which came as quite a bummer to me due to the fact that I was going to see them live the next week. But trust me, they did not disappoint. They opened the show with their newest single, “Silver”, reminding me of the effect that that song has on me. “Silver” is one of those songs, that gives me anxiety with every beat, and as the siren-like sound continues, my stomach drops, and I feel in-sync with the music.
They played together until 1969 when bass player Noel Redding left the band. He found a new bass player and renamed the band Gypsy Sun and Rainbows. He performed at Woodstock in 1969 playing a 2 hour long set. He later when on a tour with the reunited Jimi Hendrix experience. He died in 1970 when he fell asleep and choked on his vomit.
Daft Punk grew interested in electronic music shortly before reaching the age of 18, which led Brancowitz to leave the group and create the indie band Phoenix. In 1993 Bangalter presented a demo of Daft Punk material to Stuart Macmillan of Slam that led to their first single "The New Wave". Bangalter also uses Bass guitar, synthesizer, vocals, guitar, drum machine, vocoder, programming and the talk box to create Daft Punk's music. From the front performing: http://www.youredm.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/13309089258593.jpg From behind performing: http://www.strictlyrandl.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/Daft2.jpg Performing live on stage: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mj9AYdsb5Kg Music: Daft Punk is a French electronic music duo consisting of musicians Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter. Daft Punk combines elements of house with synthpop and creates a catchy, glitchy, robotic kind of music with their later albums becoming more like their roots with a combination of rock and pop.
Back then my favorite song was “Why Georgia,” and is still one of my favorites ten years later. John Mayer was born October 16, 1977 in Bridgeport, Connecticut. He picked up his first guitar at the age of thirteen after seeing Michael J. Fox play in Back to the Future. He took lessons from a local shop owner and had an increasing love of blues music after a neighbor gave him a Stevie Ray Vaughan cassette tape.
Siblings named Suzette and Abraham Junior. Selena started singing at the age of 8. She first performed at bars, weddings, restaurants, and fairs .She worked in a band formed by her father. The name of the band was called “Selena Y Los Dinos.” Her sister played the drums and her brother played the bass. Growing up Selena barely played with dolls they weren’t really her thing.
And in these environments there is always one person who takes the ultimate power above everyone else this could simply be the principle within the school or the father in a family but when faced with great conflicts the one in power can often change their beliefs and point of view by those ones without power challenges them to act and think differently towards their beliefs and values. There is also the extreme conflict of war where those of power have complete control but when a conflict arises those of less power can test those with power. Even the most beautiful aspects of life can cause a conflict in society, when Adrienne Partiger forms a vocal orchestra to form a sense of morality within the prisoner of war camp they are forced take torcher mentally and physically. The ones in charge change their minds when they see the woman creating beautiful music they lose their sense of power, and see the beauty in the woman. 2-survivors of conflict are forever shaped by their experiences- Its been said that “Out of suffering have emerged the strongest souls; the most massive characters are seared with scars.” I had suffered many demons in my life, but the physical scars I carry will never equal up to the mental scars I carry.
Although it does depend of the person and the situation, based on what I’ve experienced throughout my life, I have to agree that it can sometimes hamper social interaction. A lot of people cannot speak to someone and listen to music at the same time, one dominates the other. Some people are so in touch with their mp3 players, that they lose touch with the world around them. This may sound as crazy, but if others don't talk to one another in everyday situations, how will they react when they are forced to work together? As far as i see it, if everyone had an mp3 player and was distracted by it, no one would get along and/or wouldn’t be able to hold
My experiences have been horrifying. People who endure dissonance always seem to come out shaped or changed by their experiences. The consequences the individuals face from encountering conflict forever transform their thoughts, beliefs and their lives. Quite often the noticeable physical damage an individual has been through can conceal the emotional trauma they are suffering. The physical injury gives survivors something to hide behind.