“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”

Whoopi Goldberg, Peter Bergman & Mick Jagger – “I was born in a crossfire hurricane.”

Jumping-Jack-Flash-Rolling-Stones-tempo-map-feat-Whoopi-Goldberg –
To me, this is a song for the baby boomer set – people born before John Fitzgerald Kennedy was president.

Grey Street, James, Domino | Dave Matthews Band, Pat Metheny Group, Genesis |UNCLASSIFIED night tempo diagrams

Are these three songs best
a) at night;
b) during the day;
c) as night falls
d) depends​ on my mood?

Men of The Arena: Putin, McGraw, Jeter, Strawberry, Hernandez – ordinary declassified tempo maps

Heroic qualities are made and born.

Revolution, The BEATLES | Declassified Matherton Harmonic speed diagram

Sheryl Crow best bass-line groove? “My Favorite Mistake” | modern tempo probability charts copyrighted yet unclassified

Norm was inside the inside the business. He had a word of wisdom in regard to *any* good piece of music, especially popular songs:

“The song has *got* to have a different, new bass-line.”

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