"Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough" is a single by American recording artist Michael Jackson. Released under Epic Records on July 28, 1979, the song is the first single from Jackson's fifth studio album, entitled Off the Wall. Written by Jackson, it is in the key of B major and in common time signature, the song was the first solo recording over which Jackson had creative control.
Only the very best groups have the ability to mould their music and their environment into what seems like a single organism. This was something that struck me very powerfully while listening to Plaistow in Bremens Weserburg art museum during the 2016 Jazzahead festival. On the face of it the room was not the most helpful in acoustic terms. Anyone trying to play conventional piano-trio jazz would soon have been overwhelmed by unwanted reverberation. But thats not what Plaistow do. And quite…
HUNGER returns to 529 tonight (Wed., April 11) for the fifth installment of the semi-monthly show of live electronic music. Helix, whose white-label "Drum Track" 12-inch arrived in March via UK House imprint Night Slugs, makes the trek from Savannah for a show of looped, minimal techno and classic grime production that culminates in spiraling, droning grooves that are awash in all sorts of finite, angelic textures. Continue reading at http://clcribnotes.com
This is an assessment I made for my Fifth Grade Science classroom but could be used to in a Geography or Social Studies classroom. It could be used as a worksheet also if needed. The terms include: landforms, glaciers, plains, hills, mountains, lava, volcano, earthquakes, sinkholes, landslides, moraines, glacial grooves, delta, sand dunes, magma, the layers of the earth, three types of volcanoes (composite, cinder cone, and shield),