Soft Spoken Disney

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Disney Princess Quiz! I am Cinderella! what ru princess?

According to the answers that you have chosen is how most of the princess Cinderella Disney. Although gentle and soft-spoken, Cinderella has a keen sense of humor, intelligent, who wisely keeps hidden his cruel stepmother and stepsisters jealous. Find pleasure in small animal friends, able to sing as she works, Cinderella has something of the true dignity of his half-sisters could learn a thing or two. Despite moments of pain and disappointment, Cinderella has its hopes in the goodness and beauty are rewarded and dreams he had dreamed into reality. thank all Meeting the world!

According to the answers you have just chosen you are like most of Disney Princess Ariel. Headstrong Ariel means following the rules, but rarely After successful. Like many teenagers, Ariel does not feel understood and is still trying to make friends and especially her father to see things your way. Ariel has a very fiesty spirit and is so full of romantic dreams about the world on the sea and its extraordinary inhabitants. It's a bit naive and that the human world is a place happier and she spends her time aspiration to be like humans and pick up your trash. His irresistible charm to the world of man leads to all sorts of adventures. When Human beings want Ariels is finally granted, he realizes that there is something to gain parental wisdom.

Songs of Summer, Part

As we continue to study the songs of the summer with the word "or DST "in the title lets you explore some of timeless classics.

In 1958, nineteen years, Eddie Cochran recorded a song that he and his manager Jerry Capehart wrote about the trials and tribulations of teenage life in America. Originally recorded as that B-side cut "Summertime Blues" reached # 8 on the Billboard Hot 100 September 29, 1958.

Capehart said the inspiration for this song on top of the issue of Rolling Stone 500 songs: "There were many songs of the summer, but none on the fate of the summer." So with this idea, and a seminal guitar phrasing Cochran, the two have written the song in 45 minutes. This would be the B side of the song Again "Love" a song that was written by 17-year-old Sharon Sheeley, who became friends with Cochran. She was also in the car accident that led to his premature death in April 1960.

Palms is by Sharon Sheeley, who apparently struggled with the pace, so that helped out Cochran showing how clap. The deep bass voice, at the end of each line were made by Cochran. Part of the letter to the controversy surrounding the voting age, which at the time 21 years, and the song became very popular among his young fans that may be linked to letters will be kept by the company (and parents).

Unfortunately, during a tour in the United Kingdom, 21 years old, Cochran died in a traffic accident in a taxi crashed into a lamppost. Songwriter Sharon Sheeley (Cochran and she was described as "unofficial engagement") and singer Gene Vincent survived the crash, Vicente support injuries such as shortcuts in his career and concern for the rest of his life. Sheeley returned after injury to the United States, where he worked with musician and composer Jackie DeShannon in a series of successes. He died May 17, 2002 at the age of 62.

The song has helped define Cochran's career, but there is more to the story. His influence in music is very deep and sometimes underestimated. Eddie has been credited largely by the introduction of rock 'n' roll to the Beatles. In fact, George Harrison and John Lennon are motivated and moved after Eddie attend concerts in England before the Beatles formed. Cochran was a prolific artist and, unfortunately, most of his music has been released after death he had been released during his life. His contribution as a pioneer in the genre of rockabilly has been recognized by the Rockabilly Hall of Fame.

Countless said the court musicians and the song was covered by a series of superstar musicians, including Buddy Holly, who crossed the song on tour in England 1958. Some say that rock and roll in the United Kingdom has been influenced more by Holly and Cochran that the music of Elvis Presley, who had never set foot on British soil.

Let others who have covered this novel unique. In 1968, the band Blue Cheer covered the song for Vincebus Eruptum LP. His version ignores all the words heard in the response version of the Cochran instrumental responses for each band member and reached the cup 14 on the Billboard Top 40 and spent approximately 13 weeks on the impressive track record. A unique tracking was a little over 100, making the Blue Cheer version is the only true American once. But his version was included as one of the first recordings in 2005 Heavy Metal Documentary "Metal: A Headbanger's Journey.

Summertime Blues "Has also been identified by WHO, though its release was made in a more aggressive (and loud) as the original style. It reached # 27 in Billboard in 1970 and the cup was a staple at concerts in 1967-1976, however, have not had the song since the death of John Entwistle. His version of John Entwistle song is singing the vocal parts of the head, the father, and the member in his booming baritone mark and playing bass duplication and the singer, Roger Daltrey in the verses in his normal register.

Others who have covered this song include iconic country star Alan Jackson, who recorded on their 1994 album "Who I am." Alan Jackson has reached version 1 U.S. Billboard Singles Hot Country & Tracks. When Canadian rockers Rush perform the song live, people sing the lines "No dice son, you have to work" the end: "You can not use the car because it did not work a lick" and "I" I want to help the child, but you are too young to vote. "other acts that have recorded a version printed are the Beach Boys, Bruce Springsteen, Joan Jett & Blackhearts, Bobby Fuller, Clash, George Thorogood, the Guess Who, businesses, the Black Keys, Rolling Stones, Tom Petty Van Halen, Humble Pie, T. Rex, The White Stripes, why even soft-singer Olivia Newton-John, to name a few. Jimi Hendrix performing "Summertime Blues" at the beginning of his career too.

In March 2005, Q magazine placed at # 77 on its list of 100 best guitarists and song themes ranked # 73 in Rolling Stone's 500 greatest songs of all time. It is also into the Grammy Hall of Fame and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Not bad for a B-side

Part of the British Invasion, Chad Stuart and Jeremy Clyde (such as folk-singing duo Chad and Jeremy), reached # 7 in Billboard Hot 100 in 1964, with the cut "A Summer Song. The melody has a certain resemblance to Buddy Holly's "Words of Love" was taken by The Beatles that year. Chad and Jeremy had seven Top 40 hits from the United States during 1964-66.

Some will remember the duo's many appearances on television in mid-1960. Chad and Jeremy appeared as themselves in episodes of the television series Batman, has played a fictional duo called "Redcoats" in an episode of the television sitcom satire Dick Van Dyke Show Beatlemania and also had an appearance on the show Patty Duke.

In addition, Stuart (Chad) Flaps the vulture in 1967 expressed the Disney movie The Jungle Book. Clyde (Jeremy) appears as a competitor on the level of the game of seduction, she won. In 2003, PBS meet Chad and Jeremy with a Special Meeting of 1960 which also resulted Pop tour. Also played at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah in January 2009 and are still actively touring.

In 1984, Don Henley reached # 5 on the Billboard charts with the summer off "The Boys of Summer". It was the theme and the first single Henley 'Building the perfect Beast. "The song was written by Henley and Mike Campbell (guitarist and producer best known for his work with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers). In fact, Campbell offered to Petty, but he rejected it and the song went to Henley, who wrote the letter (Campbell also played guitar and produced cutting). The title comes from a book of baseball by Roger Kahn called "Boys of Summer", which is not the Brooklyn Dodgers, who broke his heart their fans when they moved to Los Angeles.

According to Campbell: "I used to have a machine in my 4 pieces house and I had a drum machine - is when Roger Linn drum machine for the first time. I played with him and came with a rhythm. I did demonstration in my little four tracks and he showed Tom, but at the same time, the file is working, Southern Accents, not really resemble anything that might take on the album. A producer who worked at the time, Jimmy Iovine, called me one day and said he had talked to Don, who had ever known, and said he was looking for songs. He gave me his number and I called him and he played for him and he called me the next day and said he got into his car and had written these words and you want to save. This is the class of how it all began. "

The opening track ("Nobody in the streets, nobody on the beach") may be referring to the coast of California Summer turns to autumn. It becomes a much more calm when the weather cools. The lyrics, the song seems to be on the transition of youth into middle age, with the theme of love was obvious "visible in the choir, and the reminiscence of a past relationship. In an interview with Rolling 1987 Stone, Henley explained that the song "It's about aging and the undermining of the past", a recurring theme in the words of Henley.

The most famous lyrics: "On the road today I saw a Deadhead sticker on a Cadillac" is rumored to be inspired by Henley, Joe Walsh, who was driving Cadillac Hearse with a Grateful Dead sticker on it while on Sunset Boulevard. Henley was well known to be a fan of psychedelic icons, and has often been observed between racks to hang out with Jerry Garcia and other members of the band.

The video for the song was a piece influenced the French New Wave directed by Jean-Baptiste Mondino and filmed in black and white. Represents the main character the song in three different stages of life (as a child, a young adult to middle age), in each case to remember the past relationship. This is illustrated in the line "A little voice in my head said do not look back, you can never look back" and at that time, all three persons who look back in turn.

The song was a hit in the UK, reaching # 12 on the UK Singles Chart. A reissue of the single in 1998 also reached number 12. Hardcore college radio Codeseven did a cover of the song in 2003, the rock band The Ataris covered "The Boys of Summer" for his album "So Long, Astoria. DJ Sammy (voice Loona) covered the song in 2002. Henley won the Grammy for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance" for song. "The Boys of Summer" was ranked number 416 in the list of hardware Stone Top 500 songs of all time.

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