\"November\" is a song by German band Juli. It was written by band members Simon Triebel, Jonas Pfetzing, and Eva Briegel and produced by O.L.A.F. Opal for their debut album Es ist Juli (2004). The song served as the fifth and final release from the album. The physical single was limited to 6,000 copies, each with a unique serial number (as visible in the cover).
Fans believe that Machine Gun Kelly may have addressed a difficult and personal experience with his fiancée Megan Fox in his new song \"Last November.\" The song, which was released on June 24, features lyrics that some fans think may reference a personal loss. Kelly previously dedicated a performance of his song \"Twin Flame\" at the 2022 Billboard Music Awards to \"our unborn child\" after telling the audience that he \"wrote this song for my wife.\"
In a zine about \"Mainstream Sellout,\" the album Kelly released on March 25, Kelly wrote, \"The second part of ['Twin Flame'] . . . started as a song called 'One Day and 10 Weeks.' Then I made a song called 'Last November.' Neither expressed the sadness we experienced from what I will leave private, and I circled back to ['Twin Flame'] and decided to add on to the story. Our story.\"
On Friday, Kelly released the deluxe version of \"Mainstream Sellout\" featuring six new songs, including \"Last November.\" Hours before the release, Kelly tweeted, \"The song 'Last November' is the truth behind the second half of 'Twin Flame.'\" The song features the lyrics, \"You didn't wake up today / I didn't get to see your face / Was it my fault Was it karma\" In the second verse, Kelly sings, \"One day and another ten weeks / I never even got to hear your heart beat.\"
In the song's emotional chorus, Kelly sings, \"So sad we ended up here / So sad, but everything's clear / Could I save your life if I pressed rewind / I wish I could go back to November last year.\" The lyrics appear to align with the timeline Kelly mentioned in the \"Mainstream Sellout\" zine.
Heardle is like Wordle or Framed, but with a musical twist. Players listen to a clip from a popular song and try to guess the artist and song title. Players unlock a few more seconds of the song with every incorrect or skipped answer. The maximum number of guesses is six, which means users will hear 16 seconds of the song at most.
What YouTube metrics for older songs don't always provide, then, is an airtight sense of how often videos have actually been viewed in the Internet era. Take the case of \"Never Gonna Give You Up,\" the 1987 Rick Astley chart-topper that spawned the Internet phenomenon known as \"rickrolling,\" the practice of hyperlinking to what promises to be sought-after content but which turns out to be the \"Never Gonna Give You Up\" video. That prank led many, many people to a rip of Astley's video on YouTube, but that wasn't the authorized video, which didn't hit the site until 2009 and now has 456 million views. The original prank video, titled \"RickRoll'd,\" was posted in 2007 then removed because it was a terms-of-use violation, then later re-added, now has 77 million views. Other versions pepper the site, adding a few hundred thousand views here and there.
Of course, if the practice of rickrolling had been born this morning instead of more than a decade ago, \"Never Gonna Give You Up\" might sail past \"November Rain\" by Christmas. Just think about how much YouTube's reach and user base has expanded since 2007: The first iPhone didn't launch until that year, vastly fewer people had broadband access worldwide and music license-holders first viewed YouTube primarily as a den of piracy to be policed (encapsulated, perhaps, in long-running, recently settled \"Dancing Baby\" case, which saw Universal Music Group suing a mom for uploading a video of her baby dancing while a Prince song played in the background). We thought memes traveled quickly in those days, but we had no idea.
This song was made after the halfway point in development, when we were holding the location test in Chayamachi, Osaka. It was right around when a lot of people were playing the game despite it still only having a few songs, and when we became confident that the game was going to succeed. Since there were a lot of people who cleared all of the stages, I thought about what to do with the button controls before creating the song, then assigned the backing piano and 909 drum set (typical of house music) and flashy scratch sounds to the controls.
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This year's Grand Prize Winner will receive an invitation to perform on CMT's Most Wanted Live stage during Fan Fair, plus a trip to Nashville, guaranteed appointments with publishers and record labels, a mentoring session with an award-winning professional songwriter, an invitation to perform at the Bluebird Caf during NSAI's Tin Pan South, and an appearance on a WSM radio program. NSAI will produce a professional demo of the winning song and pitch it to publishers and A&R record label executives for one year. Five Finalists will also receive a professional demo and song pitching for a year. Prizes will be awarded to a Grand Prize Winner, five Finalists, 10 Runners-Up and 40 Honorable Mentions. The Grand Prize Winner wins a Taylor Guitars model 214, an AKG C-3000B studio condenser microphone, a one-year supply of Elixir Strings, a one-year SongU.com tuition, and a Music City Pitch Kit nylon bag designed for songwriters. Five Finalists win a Big Baby Taylor Guitar, an AKG D 880 performance microphone, and a six-month SongU.com tuition. Both the Grand Prize Winner and Five Finalists also receive MasterWriter songwriter software, one-year SongRamp.com pro membership, free registration to NSAI Songwriter's Symposium or Song Camp 101 or 102, and a one-year NSAI membership. The contest is open to all genres of music and all songs entered receive a judging report. Songs will be judged based on lyrics, melody and composition by music industry executives, professional songwriters, and NSAI board members. The 4th Annual CMT/CMT.com NSAI Song Contest is presented by CMT and CMT.com and sponsored by the following companies: AKG, Bluebird Caf, BMI, Disc Makers, Elixir Strings, MasterWriter, Musesmuse, Music City Pitch Kit, Nashville Scene, Nashville Music Guide, Taylor Guitars, Singer Magazine, SongRamp.com, SongU.com, and WSM AM/FM. The following music companies are participating in the 4th Annual CMT/CMT.com NSAI Song Contest: Almo/Irving Music, Big Tractor Music, Cal IV Entertainment, Capital Records, DreamWorks Records & Publishing, Lyric Street Records, Mercury Records, Sony ATV/Tree Music Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Nashville and Warner/Chappell Music. All proceeds from the 4th Annual CMT/CMT.com NSAI Song Contest will benefit NSAI's legislative efforts to protect the rights of songwriters. NSAI is the world's largest not-for-profit songwriters trade organization. SOURCENewsTAGSCountryCommunityConnect with BMI & Professional Songwriters Creators Login Join How We Pay FAQ Calendar Awards Services BMI Live BMI Mobile BMI Online Services Music Licensing Music Users Need a License Types of Copyright Digital Licensing About BMI Contact Press Room Sitemap Jobs at BMI International Advocacy Broadcast Music, Inc. BMI represents more than 1.3 million songwriters, composers, and publishers with over 20.6 million musical works.
I usually teach the song and dance on the first day and go through it several times. I use echo singing to teach the musical part, add in the dance/movement slowly, and build up to a full performance. If the kids can handle it I might even play the piano or grab a xylophone to add some accompanying music as they sing the whole way through. The next class period we make some changes. We will sing and run through the whole song once just to remember and get a feel for what happened before.
If you liked the visuals and resources you saw in the above blog post then check out this Favorite Folk Song Set for the song Shoo Turkey. I have it available to download as a PowerPoint presentation and also as JPEG files. Included in the set are a lot more pages of historical context, vocabulary, background for the song, visuals, and aids for teaching. You can use the PowerPoint for visuals and explanation as you teach or you can post the images out in the hallway as a bulletin board that reinforces the content you teach in class (or you can do both)! 59ce067264