How Did It Feel? (Mix 1) - Soul System (3) - How Did It Feel? (Vinyl)

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 · Soul music is a combination of R&B (Rhythm and Blues) and gospel music and began in the late s in the United States. While Soul has a lot in common with R&B, its differences include its use of gospel-music devices, its greater emphasis on vocalists, and Author: Mark Edward Nero.

 · Trance Textures by Steve Roach, released 27 December 1. Alt. Soul Archeology Mix 2. Alt. Shadow Drone 3. Indigo Alt. Mix 4. Spawn Zone Trance Textures reveals an inside perspective upon on the substrata that created Trance Archeology. Extended atmospheres and foundation zones along with a few alternate mixes provide a deeper view into this sonic Archeology.

 · AnalogPlanet reader Bill Wright interviews Australian mastering engineer Don Bartley, who cut lacquers back in for what many consider to be the best sounding and certainly the rarest pressing of Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, produced by EMI Australia for the Sydney Audio Show. Fewer than five hundred copies were pressed. Mr.

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  1. With music’s deep connection to the limbic system, people tend to find connections in music through memories. Certain songs have a way of taking you to certain time or a specific place in your life. Because of this, we feel a reminiscent connection to music to go along with the emotions it already arouses in us.

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