“Take On Me”, a-ha |unclassified tempo map of one of the most enthusiastic songs and creative videos ever made

One of the most enthusiastic songs and videos of the late 20th century was a-ha’s “Take On Me.” It is known as one of the “truly great pop songs” of the era. This video is the great story of the song – No comment I read in public said it better than this on YouTube┬«Continue reading ““Take On Me”, a-ha |unclassified tempo map of one of the most enthusiastic songs and creative videos ever made”

About A Girl / Nirvana / declassified tempo map

When Nirvana plays this song on MTV’s UNPLUGGED, Kurt Cobain says in plain language – “[This is a song of ours], most people don’t own it.” Ownership and music and the downfall of the creatives hears an argument here.  

Springsteen – Racing In The Street – ‘Darkness On The Edge Of Town’ and in Passaic 1978 perfomance speeds

Racing in the Street was the final track from Bruce Springsteen Racing In The Street is a beautiful ballad written and performed by Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band on their album Darkness on the Edge Of Town

A song of maudlin melancholy that every forgets was on the most popular album in American History – Randy Meisner’s TRY AND LOVE AGAIN, eagle, ‘hotel California’_unclassified tempo map

To me this song has a feeling of deep bittersweetness – an America hiraeth. What do you think the Eagles are trying to express?

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