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What was the purpose of the bar count in Jeff Wayne's Musical Version of the War of the Worlds?

On the collector's edition of Jeff Wayne's Musical Version of The War Of The Worlds, there are four tracks featuring guitarist Chris Spedding counting bars, apparently all through the entirety of the ...
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Esperanza Spalding arrangement similar to Frank Zappa's

I was (still am) a huge Zappa fan. I am now a huge Esperanza Spalding fan. On her newest (extraordinary) disc, 12 Little Spells, she has a piece called With Others (Ears). There are 2 snippets which ...
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The True Story of the Internet: dot com bubble

Somebody knows the name of the song played in this documentary ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jjbh9FFW6VE at 10:45 and 19:10 moments )?
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Is this string instrument making a trill sound?

https://youtu.be/H8e0PFMo_6E?list=LL8veiH4tExKaroj4Tif84cw&t=530 8:50~8:53 is this sound a trill? what bowing technique is it?
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What do you call a song that starts with its chorus instead of its verse?

I am listening to the bollywood song "Challa" from the movie: "Jab Tak Hai Jaan 2012". https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9a4izd3Rvdw At 00:28, I feel the song suddenly starts with its chorus instead ...
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Was Elvis Presley's 'Suspicious Minds' the first song with a fade-out and fade back in?

Wikipedia on Suspicious Minds explains: Elvis' primary producer Felton Jarvis made the unusual decision to add a premature fade-out to the song starting at 3:36 and lasting for 15 seconds before ...
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What musical effects is Jimi Hendrix using in “Machine Gun”? [closed]

Now I am listening to Jimi Hendrix' Machine Gun, one thing I do not understand is which additional musical effects Jimi Hendrix is using.
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What is that change in tune called?

I was listening to this song here. At 3:49 I find there is something change in tune or tempo, What is that transformation called? Is there any english term for this?
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When was the first use of broadcast or live performance where singers lip synched?

Since the 80s and 90s a lot of bands and singers performed on film, on stage or on television while lip synching to a pre-recorded performance.. Now I wonder, when and by who was the first use of ...
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What are some techniques to identify different rappers featured in a song?

I have always wondered who a rapper is that is featured in a song. For example, when the rap version of Bad Blood came out...I had no idea how to identify the rapper. I couldn't find anywhere that ...
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Non-stylistic reasons for whole-song fade out

I have noticed that a good chunk of songs, particularly older ones, use whole-song fade outs as outros to end the song. By "fade out" I am not talking about playing a final note and having that fade (...
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Looking for songs with tension-building guitar hammer-ons

I recently first listened to 'Can't Stop' by the Red Hot Chili Peppers. I really like how this song builds up tension in the beginning using a (I think) guitar hammer-ons technique. I could swear I ...
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How is the effect called when you slap a drum stick on the metal edge of the snare?

I am actually looking for a sample that contains this effect, like in this song by the Red Hot Chili Peppers at 0:55
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How is/was this guitar vocoder effect achieved?

In Funkify Your Life by the Meters (and many other Funk tracks I've heard), the guitar line blends with a vocoder effect. You can hear it in the first 30 seconds here on YouTube. How was this ...
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What is the first use of the 'tapping' method?

The ‘tapping’ method is an advanced guitar technique where both hands are placed on the fretboard, typically reserved for solos. Who was the first guitarist to use this method - live or otherwise?