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  1998 Yearend Marketing Report on US Recording Shipments   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
However, 1998 proved to be a great year for music videos, evidenced by a 45.9% increase in unit shipments (27.2 million) and a 56.8% increase in dollar value ($508 million).
Music video unit shipments increased 45.9% from 18.6 million in '97 to 27.2 million in '98.
Music video dollar value increased 56.8% from $323.9 million in '97 to $508 million in '98.
www.riaa.com /News/marketingdata/1998_us_yearend.asp   (1027 words)

 1998 Yearend Market Report on Latin Music Shipments   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
At 1998 yearend, manufacturers saw a 12% increase in Latin audio and video product shipped to domestic markets (from 44.1 million units in 1997 to 49.3 million units in 1998) and the corresponding dollar value of those shipments rose 16% to $570.9 million (up from $490.6 in 1997).
As was the case in the overall music market last year, the expansion of the Latin market was driven by compact disc and music video sales.
Latin music videos also fueled the market with an astonishing 105% growth from 70 thousand units in 1997 to 143 thousand last year.
www.riaa.com /news/marketingdata/1998_latin_yearend.asp   (632 words)

 Music Videos : 1998
Sarah Brightman - In Concert (1998) Sarah Brightman, et al.
Cats: The Musical (1998) Elaine Paige, John Mills, et al.
Bernadette Peters in Concert (1998) Bernadette Peters, et al.
musicvideosplus.bizland.com /list-169323.html   (171 words)

 Chicago Sun-Times :: Music ::   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
For this writer, music in 2006 was an eclectic jumble of Americana, rock, country and world music.
I've been seeing live music for 30 years, and I cannot recall being as moved at a concert as I was at Bruce Springsteen's set at the 37th annual New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival.
Only last year the a cappella ensemble Bella Voce was in danger of disappearing, due to the retirement of its longtime conductor and artistic director Anne Heider.
www.suntimes.com /entertainment/music/index.html   (1616 words)

 Lauryn Hill - Biography - AOL Music
Call Lauryn Hill the mother of hip-hop invention; with her 1998 solo debut The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, the Fugees' most vocal member not only established herself as creative force on her own, but also broke new ground by successfully integrating rap, soul, reggae, and R&B into her own sound.
Hill wrote, arranged, or produced just about every track on the album, which is steeped in her old-school background, both musically (the Motown-esque singalong of "Doo Wop (That Thing)") and lyrically (the nostalgic "Every Ghetto, Every City").
By the end of the year, as the album topped virtually every major music critic's best-of list, she was being credited for helping fully assimilate hip-hop into mainstream music.
music.aol.com /artist/lauryn-hill/222973/biography   (511 words)

 Grey Tuesday
The Future of Music Coalition (futureofmusic.org) is a similar case: a not-for-profit think tank based in Washington, D.C. that lobbies for musicians’ rights and seeks to play a role in policy debate on music, intellectual property and technology issues.
The consumption and recycling of mass music — either in the form of tune borrowing in India or mash–ups around the world —; can be seen as creative social practices which may constitute oppositional critiques.
Music, culture and society in Europe, part II of: European Music Office, Music in Europe.
www.firstmonday.org /issues/issue9_10/howard/index.html   (6316 words)

 Media Education Foundation: Videos
In this exclusive, illustrated video, Mary Pipher, Ph.D., discusses the challenges facing today's teenagers, especially girls, as well as the role of media and popular culture in shaping their identities.
Tough Guise is the first educational video geared toward college and high school students to systematically examine the relationship between images of popular culture and the social construction of masculine identities in the U.S. at the dawn of the 21st century.
In this two-part video, extensively illustrated with many of the images under analysis, she makes a compelling argument for the transformative power of cultural criticism.
www.mediaed.org /videos/index_html   (3598 words)

 List of musical events - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
2005 in music, 2005 in British music, 2005 in Swiss music
1756 in music - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart born
1653 in music - Arcangelo Corelli, Johann Pachelbel born
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_'years_in_music'   (899 words)

 Alternative Distribution Alliance
San Francisco's Kaskade is considered one of the most exciting house music DJs in the country.
This is his third album, and it presents a sound of greater dimension and big-room proportions.
About Us As one of the leading distributors of independent music in the U.S., Alternative Distribution Alliance (ADA) has delivered on its original mission statement: Give indie labels access to a flexible distribution system that marries the clout and convenience of a major with the marketing sensibilities of an independent.
ada-music.com   (442 words)

 Nada Surf - Free Music Downloads - MP3 Downloads - Download.com Music
But the alterna-rockers have actually been recording their best stuff in the last couple years on Seattle's Barsuk label, and their new LP, "The Weight Is a Gift," offers more dark guitar melodies and pensive vocals.
Nada Surf toured a bunch and in 1998 recorded The Proximity Effect, the release of which was delayed due to a protracted rights battle with Elektra.
Finally, after enjoying much critical acclaim overseas, the album came out stateside and was received by a throng of late-century cynics, skeptical of a band known primarily for a novelty single.
music.download.com /nadasurf/3600-8573_32-100046571.html   (886 words)

 The Pixies, MP3 Music Download at eMusic
MTV was reluctant to play their videos, while even modern rock radio didn't put their singles into regular rotation.
By the end of the year, the buzz on the Pixies had become substantial, and the group signed to Elektra Records.
Soon after, it was confirmed that the Pixies would reunite in 2004 for U.S. tours in the spring and fall; an appearance at that year's Coachella festival; and gigs in Europe and the U.K. that summer, including performances at the T in the Park, Roskilde, Pinkpop, and V festivals.
www.emusic.com /artist/11488/11488305.html   (1707 words)

 IGN: IGNPC's Best of 1998 Awards
Might and Magic VI started the year out strong and we had pretty much assumed that it, due to its real-time meets turn based engine and epic scope, would win the 'best of' category this year.
There were loads of great strategy games this year, but obviously no one even came close to beating Starcraft, a game which managed to blend great graphics, storyline and gameplay and offered up a well balanced three team battlefield.
Worms 2, which has been around since very early 1998, was also a big hit in the office as we can't pass up a chance to blow the hell out of each other with ridiculously overpowered weapons.
pc.ign.com /articles/066/066665p1.html   (1935 words)

 By Subject - Music - Bibliographies/Resource Lists   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Some of these ways include: Birthday list by day of year; List of composers sorted by age at death; List of composers sorted by nationality.
Music fiction, music in literature a bibliography of musical fiction /
List of resources for those interested in the natural trumpet.
www.lib.washington.edu /subject/Music/dr/elbib.html   (1621 words)

 Craig Armstrong - Biography - AOL Music
Though his collaborations are too numerous to list, Armstrong's most successfully paired with film director Baz Luhrman, producing big-selling soundtracks for Romeo + Juliet (1998) and Moulin Rouge (2001).
He composed music for several BBC and STV productions during this time, but his big break came with the Scottish pop trio Big Dish.
Three years later, in 1994, Armstrong worked with renowned trip-hop group Massive Attack on its genre-defining Protection album.
music.aol.com /artist/craig-armstrong/52463/biography   (396 words)

 umusic.ca :: beck
In early 1998, Beck helped put together an art installation that paired his own work with that of his late grandfather, Fluxus pioneer Al Hansen.
The album was recorded in Los Angeles over a two-week period in the spring of 1998, and the sound of the record harkened back to the folk sound of "One Foot in the Grave".
A year in the making, it is a return to the free form sounds of Odelay.
umusic.ca /beck   (935 words)

I saw Metallica live on stage in 1993 and 1998, and was totally overawed by the power and class of the outfit.
Even in 1998, despite their fairly drastic change in style from the 'oldschool' Metallica days in production terms, they were still the heavy metal band that I came to be obsessed over in the flesh.
About a year later, I finally went out and bought the self-titled album, "Korn", and played it dawn to dusk until I got sick of it.
members.tripod.com /~lankymat/music.htm   (802 words)

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I had high expectations for last year's trio w/ George Lewis and Bertram Turetsky but was somewhat disappointed (though it garnered great reviews in some quarters).
I was ignoring the idea, but something about Doug McKay=92s list in particular made me realize this has nothing to do with BEST records, but the things it would be oh so difficult to live without.
A non-digest (direct mail) version of this list is also available; to subscribe to that instead, replace all instances of "zorn-list-digest" in the commands above with "zorn-list".
www.xmission.com /pub/lists/zorn-list/archive/v02.n335   (2430 words)

 mvdbase.com - The Music Video DataBase
If you are a music video director, work for a production company, or have any other connection to the music video industry, please read this letter and see how you can help make this site the ultimate reference for both viewers and professionals.
There are currently 55654 videos in the database.
If you have any music video information that you cannot find here, feel free to submit the data using our online forms.
mvdbase.com   (349 words)

 Britney Spears' music videos - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is a list of all official Britney Spears' music videos with screenshots.
However, it was retired in 2005 when it was selected from six near-retired videos to be retired, giving her the HR award.
Britney had a winning streak with all of her videos retiring consecutivley on the countdown until I'm A Slave 4 U in 2001.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Britney_Spears_music_videos   (449 words)

 The Progressive Rock Ring
This music is a fusion of progressive rock, jazz and classical, where Robert Beriau takes the best of each, without their less appreciated aspects.
After a 32 year silence, Audience, that most highly influential of art-rock bands is back in action.
Music lovers, movie buffs, fantasy adventure fans and students of folklore, mythology and the occult mysteries, welcome.
h.webring.com /hub?ring=progrock   (2012 words)

 Popular Culture -- MUSIC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Experience Music Project Located non-virtually in a stunning Frank Gehry designed building in Seattle, this virtual sight includes much great info on the history and present of rock music.
Sophisticated analysis of the relations among MTV videos, consumer culture, and the psychodynamics of identity formation in youth.
Incisive study of various musical ethnic subcultures and their complex negotiations with the dominant culture and their co-resisters in a global/local struggle over meaning.
www.wsu.edu /~amerstu/pop/music.html   (1227 words)

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Is the music of Zorn/contemorary composers in >general, relevant in the case of discussing postmodernism?
So, those of such a mind then notice that a good deal of "alternative" music is, occasionally at least, self- conscious of its commodity status (this is argued endlessly about Zappa).
as though, musically, we could purify ourselves of capitalism, and as though only something untainted by this unsavoury world (in which we nonetheless have to live and play our music) could truly criticise that world.
www.xmission.com /pub/lists/zorn-list/archive/v02.n413   (2533 words)

 Videos at Still Waters Revival Books
This video brings to light remarkable new evidence on the recent experiments conducted at Colorado State University showing that rocks cannot be used to date fossils or the earth.
This 35 minute video is an astonishing and graphic account of the terrible oppression that Christians face in various African countries today (at the hands of Muslims, Communists and others).
The videos are also quite explicit and are not suitable for younger children; parental discretion is strongly advised.
www.swrb.com /music/videos.htm   (7518 words)

 umusic.ca :: Rufus Wainwright
The 12 track album presents a different side to the "Want" sessions and is further enhanced by a bonus DVD of a live Rufus show at San Francisco's legendary venue the Fillmore Auditorium recorded earlier this year.
In the song Wainwright says, "I'm Mozart and I'm mean and have an upper hand with my sister who I tell she's going to need more than just her musicality to get by.
I know everyone is going to think the song is about Martha (his sister who often accompanies him on record and live shows), but I have three sisters, and it's beyond just sisters it's really about all women entertainers.
umusic.ca /rufuswainwright   (1148 words)

 Welcome! - Rate Your Music
The music is also performed by two very different bands, as the performers on the original live album section quit five months after it was recorded in Brown's adopted home of Augusta.
It's also testament to the quality of the material that the fine 'Doing the best I can' is the weakest track on an album that stands as one of the best in James Brown's amazing catalogue.
This is a very entertaining record with excellent music from a versatile singer (at the organ on the final instrumental) and his great band.
rateyourmusic.com   (1381 words)

 purevolume™ | Blue October
This Texas based emotionally evocative and musically diverse band recently returned to the stage after spending a year off touring while recording their 5th CD "Foiled" for Brando/Universal Records scheduled to release on March 14th, 2006.
With no radio airplay or press in well over a year Blue October hit the road in October/November 2005 to re-connect with their listeners.
The music is presented by a strong line-up of players: CB Hudson (guitar and vocals), Ryan Delahoussaye (violin, mandolin,piano, and vocals), Jeremy Furstenfeld on (drums and vocals), Matt Noveskey (bass and vocals), and Justin Furstenfeld (lead vocals and guitar).
www.purevolume.com /blueoctober   (289 words)

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Going to Bogart's in Cincinnati a few years back, I noticed that "I don't want the world, I just want your half" was painted on a bridge that crossed US 27 while I was going south (somewhere between Oxford and Cincy).
Date: Tue, 14 Apr 1998 14:30:57 EDT Subject: TMBG: semi-tmbg: Road Rules The cast of road rules five (the mtv show) was in a super-hyped mtv chat room last night from 8:30 to around 10:30.
But i have always believed that ska is just as guilty of this as the macarena, it's just that skanking doesn't really seem as retarded as doing the macarena and thus it has lasted with this fourth wave of ska for far longer than the macarena ever lasted.
www.tmbg.org /discussion/mail/list/archive/1998/Digest.5-13   (3201 words)

 Run for Your Life! It’s the 50 Worst Songs Ever! on Blender.com
When Adams chose to do sexy after 15 years of chaste, aw-shucks rockin’, even his fans were stunned — as if they’d just seen a stag film starring Richie Cunningham.
Tempest’s nonsensical caterwauling was backed by music that somehow managed to be fascist in its bombast yet also coma-inducingly dull.
The musical equivalent to nails on a chalkboard.
www.blender.com /guide/articles.aspx?id=786   (3526 words)

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If enough audiences request a song, it may be added to the set list, but not in the middle of a concert.
On Tue, 14 Apr 1998 22:25:50 -0600 tmbgirl@juno.com (Joda: Master of Yedi) writes: >where the author claimed that the TMBG audience was full of geeks and >dorks with no rhythm and thus they only bounced on their feet AGAINST >the rhythm...
Another story...we play music in the mall during lunch on special days, and me being in student council (and proudly the biggest slacker there) got to be DJ.
www.tmbg.org /discussion/mail/list/archive/1998/Digest.5-14   (7127 words)

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