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You apply the skills you use to produce your own book to make an anthology. Shaping. Rhythm.
But my role is to just apply the skills I've learned over the years: you listen to the guitar, you listen to the vocal melodies, you listen to the rhythm, and you come up with something that helps you take the song somewhere.
I began to write poetry in high school, and would ride miles over sandy roads in the fine hills around Cedar Rapids, repeating the lines over and over until I had them right, making some of the rhythm of the horse help.
I've always liked to dance - I've got a natural rhythm.
But since the middle of the century in particular, the music has become very irregular in rhythm.
In particular what is most important to me is the transformation of a sound by slowing it down, sometimes extremely, so that the inner of sound becomes a conceivable rhythm.
I also like to follow nature's rhythm. In times or places, they have their own rhythm. So you cannot push it. So we must accept that as well. Wherever we're born at this time, we just live it.
Rap is rhythm and poetry. Hip-hop is storytelling and poetry as well.
In the beginning, there was noise. Noise begat rhythm, and rhythm begat everything else.
For me Brazilian music is the perfect mix of melody and rhythm. It just bubbles rhythmically. If I had to pick just one music style to play if would be Brazilian.
Tap dancing is all about the feet; you put your head down and don't really engage with anything but the rhythm in your head.
As I discovered music, especially Rock 'n Roll, new territory was opened to me. I was lured by the unbridled rhythm of this art form. It was like gasoline on the fire of my youthful spirit.
I love to play smaller crowds with the Rhythm Kings.
I paint very messy. I throw paint around. So when I let myself do the same sort of thing with my writing, and I would just write and write and write and revise, that's when I found my rhythm in writing.
I never think about rhythm versus melody; I've always just played to what's in my head.
Rhythm and blues started even before phonograph records were being produced because black people entertained themselves. It wasn't done for money. It was done for entertainment. Most white people didn't know anything about this because prejudice kept them from ever seeing what was going on.
I try to have a mood or a rhythm for a chapter.
There's usually a rhythm and a melody in my head, and that creates an emotional state.
I like a certain style of show, I like a certain pace, I like a rhythm, I like a lot of comedy in with my drama.
Now, juggling can be a lot of fun; play with skill and play with space, play with rhythm.
I suppose I've got a natural rhythm. When I was little, I used to just dance a lot and have some fun. I'd never been taught to dance. I've never been to dance school. I do my own little dance moves.
I actually enjoyed the struggles that we had trying to shape 'Blood', to get the pacing right, the rhythm of it.
Paul Thomas Anderson
And you don't want to just totally mess up the rhythm when you're playing with Bob Dylan.
I always say that I am very proud of the work that I did with the Rolling Stones and that I am also proud of what I have done with the Rhythm Kings.
I love Ruth Brown, not just her singing, but Ruth Brown has more girl power than anyone, because she fought hard against people who ripped her off and then helped other artists through the Rhythm and Blues Foundation.
C. S. Lewis
Leonardo da Vinci
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