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  • A Rock Concert - 660 words
    Through the years, rock stars have been providing entertainment with their unique and diverse style of music. However, a live performance by a rock star has an altogether different effect which elates one to higher levels of music thrill. An opportunity of such kind came my way and I grabbed it with both my hands. Music icon Bryan Adams performed in the city of Mumbai in India which I was fortunate to witness. What I did not expect coming, was a memorable journey into the world of sheer rock music. The stage was set on a huge piece of land with lights and all the vital equipments needed for the concert. Giant speakers were placed in the four corners to make the music highly audible. Even bef ...
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  • Jazz Esamble - 1,210 words
    The latest concert that I attended was the NEIU Jazz Ensemble. It was held on October 28th, 1997 in the NEIU auditorium. This was my first time attending a Jazz concert. Therefore, I didnt know what kind of music to expect or any music that I was familiar to. This concert was a new experience for me. It was far different from a rock concert held in some big venue. The purpose of this concert was to give people a taste of the NEIU Jazz Ensemble. The heritage or the background of this concert was strictly I was excited about my attendance at this concert. It would be the first time I was going to a Jazz concert. I knew that I wouldnt be disappointed or get board there. The music they played wa ...
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  • Music - 1,605 words
    Rock n roll is, and will always be, here to stay. The frontier spirit of rock n roll is an attitude that is common among American Pioneers and includes style, originality, and a willingness to push the limits. From Elvis to the Beatles and Buddy Holly to The Doors; bands have been astounding us with new and inventive sounds of rock n roll. But rock n roll wasnt always around, so how did it start? Ever since the 20s, and the introduction of Jazz, young people became interested in different types of music. A different type of music came around in the 50s, rock n roll. A new style of music for a new generation. The style of rock n roll was a mix of two older forms of music, Jazz and Blues. A ty ...
    Related: music, roll music, united states of america, rolling stones, jefferson
  • Palm Sunday - 1,270 words
    ... . His mission field was a very violent place. He himself had been stabbed twice as he ministered to the people of the community surrounding the church. Once a Puerto Rican woman became involved in the church and was led to Christ. After her conversion she came to the Pastor and said, "I want to do something to help with the church's ministry." He asked her what her talents were and she could think of nothing---she couldn't even speak English---but she did love children. So he put her on one of the church's buses that went into neighborhoods and transported kids to church. Every week she performed her duties. She would find the worst-looking kid on the bus, put him on her lap and whisper ...
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  • Social Mobility - 595 words
    In a world where it is hard to get ahead, some people do manage to do it. Most of us spend our lives within our strata in the stratifications system because it is very difficult to move up in the world, as we know it today. While it is quite easy to move down a strata it can also require some effort to just maintain a strata. But for some people, moving up a strata is bound to happen, whether it is a result of structural mobility, or just positional mobility as read about in Chapter 5, they seem able to accomplish a surmountable wall in search of the American dream. Although moving up a strata is very rare in today's society it can be done. A good example is Steve Case, a CEO for America Onl ...
    Related: mobility, social mobility, sociological perspective, internet access, merger
  • Rugs And Abuse - 1,484 words
    Abuse of drugs can have effects on the user even after the use of drugs has stopped. Different drugs produce different effects, depending on the user, type of drug, and severity of abuse. New research is done every day in the area of drug abuse that makes finding accurate results on the broad topic of drug abuse very difficult. From the most recent studies only can one find data that is presently accepted as correct. These numerous studies provide enough data to explain the effects of both legal and illegal drugs. To understand how drugs work, it is necessary to understand the changes that take place in different areas of the body when drugs take affect. Found in the brain are the synapses, ...
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  • Not A Right Place For Elderly - 341 words
    Im a person who does not like to go out very often, and I did not have chance to go to a rock concert. So, the rock concert is a strange place for me. However, my friends did one. After asking my friends about the rock concert to get an idea for my journal assignment, I strongly say that rock concert is not a good idea for elderly people. First of all, getting to a rock concert can take a lot of time. You have at least thirty minutes drive to the rock concert down a congested highway, follow by the hassle of looking for a parking space. Im a young people, but I really hate to drive around to find an empty parking lot, and off course, the elderly people do not like that. And then there is the ...
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  • Techno Schmechno: A Postmodern Approach To Electronica - 1,772 words
    ... ole seventeen hours of Live Aid in 1985, they cut the one hip-hop act on the bill out: Run-DMC. The focus of house and its follow-ons into the nineties has always been more on the dance floor it seems. The Summers of Love of '89 and '90 were much more about a subculture of hedonism and pleasure than any distinctly political culture, which sub-cultural scene seems to have continued from there. It would be difficult to see electronic music ever becoming distinctly political as it thrives on a depoliticised ethos in any case. One of the more conspicuous features of all the idiolects since house is a genuine lack of personality cults. Where hip-hop retains a focus on the artist, often by imm ...
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  • A Critical Look At Mosh Pits At Rock Concerts - 921 words
    The people were everywhere. Too many were in such a small space. The crowd surged forward and back in one relentless wave. No one could help but to push and shove the others around. Someone was lifted into the air and tossed back by the mob. The noise was almost too much, too loud. Security guards and policemen formed a boundary around this group, but did nothing to stop the madness. They stood and watched, ready in case some serious accident should occur. For some strange reason, however, out of all this chaos there was no fear. The people were enjoying this! Then the song was over, and the people in the mosh pit stopped to applaud and cheer for the band on the stage. It is not hard to unde ...
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  • Promotional Activities Of A Mountain Resort - 1,199 words
    The breakdown and media mix would have to change. A new partnership could be formed with a local radio station that appeals to the targeted 21 to 40 year old listener. The Local radio station KCHZ commonly referred to as The Bear offers the music mix aimed to the 21 to 40 year old market. Their progressive promotional activity would be an excellent vehicle for Camp Fortune to promote its new look and message. The radio station is continually looking for a venue to host its various promotional activities such as freebies, rock concerts, album introductions and other various functions. Camp Fortune is looking to draw people to the hill not only for skiing and winter activities, but also summer ...
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  • America In The 1960s - 1,580 words
    The Nineteen Sixties was a decade that changed America forever. The people reformed the decade not so much by the government. The Sixties contained more spiritualism, people were against the Vietnam war, protests, civil rights, and new beliefs on every aspect of living. The topics that arose during the sixties were not small; when they were accomplished or challenged the outcome changed American society forever. Most legislative bills passed in the sixties still remain today. The Domino Effect was the scare of the spread of communism in East Asia during the Vietnam War; the theory was spread and made to sound like communism would take over the world in time. This theory is one of the reason ...
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