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Sunshine of Your Love

Rock Notes
Sunshine of Your Love

One of the defining qualities of heavy metal is guitar riffs: short, memorable, repeating phrases played on a distorted guitar as a foundation for a song. Sunshine of your Love was one of the first hit songs to be built around a guitar riff rather than a chord sequence — although in this case, the riff was originally written on the bass, and the two instrument shadow each for much of the song.

Sunshine of Your Love

Here's a classic song that's interesting because...

Last Updated (Wednesday, 12 November 2014 16:27)


These Foolish Things (Remind Me of You)

Jazz Notes
These Foolish Things (Remind Me of You)

‘Spread It Abroad’ is a long-forgotten musical revue from 1935 that had at least one memorable moment – ‘These Foolish Things (Remind Me of You).’ Eric Maschwitz, the song writer, around 1936 wrote ‘These Foolish Things’ for Anna May Wong. Maschwitz wrote the song after having worked in America, he had a rather romantic and deep felt affair with Anna May Wong and then, after it broke up, returned to England to be Head of Variety at the...


Someone Like You (Van Morrison)

Pop and Misc. Notes
Someone Like You (Van Morrison)

Legendary singer-songwriter Van Morrison grew up listening to artists such as Ray Charles and Solomon Burke, as well as Woody Guthrie, Muddy Waters and Charlie Parker, courtesy of his father’s record collection. These artists made a real impact on his work, and much of his music has been influenced by the Celtic tradition, jazz as well as soul music and r&b.

Someone Like You

George Ivan Morrison was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland, on August 31...

Last Updated (Monday, 29 September 2014 12:24)


As the Years Go Passing By

Blues Notes
As the Years Go Passing By

Eric Clapton created some of greatest guitar riffs in rock, but he was stuck when he came to ‘Layla’. When Clapton told Allman of his dilemma, Duane went to work, soon coming up with the seven-notes phrase that is now one of the best-known guitar licks in the history of rock. It was exactly what ‘Layla’ needed. I would be some time before Clapton would find out that Allman’s brilliant line wasn’t entirely original. Duane had simply taken the first...


O Welche Lust (Oh, What Joy) – Prisoners’ Chorus in Fidelio

Classical Notes
O Welche Lust (Oh, What Joy) – Prisoners’ Chorus in Fidelio

For almost two centuries, Beethoven’s Fidelio has enjoyed a very special place in the world of opera. Its celebration of married love at its most elevated, along with the triumph of political freedom over the forces of tyranny, has ensured Fidelio a mythic status — akin to Beethoven’s own Ninth Symphony — in much of the world. It is a work of art which offers a well-nigh religious, awe-inspiring experience in...

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