Jason P Sallinger
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What is the 70s/80s rock song that ends with this extended Mixolydian-based vamp?
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Layla - Derek and the Dominoes

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First rock band ever?
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If we are talking about 'Rock' distinct from 'Rock n' Roll', then it should have these features: Power chords, or at least aggressive chords on guitar, featuring the minor pentatonic scale Guitars ...

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Greatest longevity in Rock bands, keeping all initial members
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Led Zeppelin 1969-1980 For all intents and purposes, the band was disbanded in 1980. Since then, they have done reunions and re-recordings in the way of their Middle Eastern album and their O2 show ...

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What stock character/stereotype/thing does Cab Calloway imitate near the beginning of this 1950s "music video"?
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This is a style from the '40s. Cab here is emulating a hepcat with how they typically walked. Hepcats were known for wearing Zoot Suits. Please read some of the book The Power of the Zoot: Youth ...

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Correct genre for songs with "passive" vocals
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I agree that Enya and music within her genre fit this description. New Age does define her music, as well as any where vocals are used more for ambiance than storytelling. I would also argue that ...

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Before the days of downloads, were 'single' releases ever really only one song?
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This question is fraught with conflation. Everyone here seems to be trying to shoehorn answers to fit with the original question. When the term came about, 'single' was not intended to connote that ...

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Help me track down this classical/soundtrack piece of music please!
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Try on Igor Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring. The chord progression sounds similar.

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Can you help me identify this song probably from 80's?
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It sounds an awful lot like Crowded House's Something So Strong (1986) but I realize you have some progressions in there that aren't in this song. It's close though.

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Similarities between "Walking in the Air" and "Royals"
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I will submit this as an answer. These two songs in no way resemble each other. 0.0%. I will admit you have a similar vocalist, but none of the same chord progressions. And there, you are lost.

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