Who were the musicians in the band that actually created the Motown Sound?
Marvin Gaye and The Funk Brothers Band, Joe Hunter, Earl Van Dyke,"Papa Zita" Benjamin, Chef Forest, Richard "pistol"Allen,Robert White, Eddie Willis, Joe Messina, Jack Ashford,jack Brokesha, Eddie Brown, and James Jamerson
Which musical style achieved a consistent reliable sound by relying on session musicians for many hits?
There are a number of musical styles and genres that use session musicians for hits. Motown, country, and modern pop are a few examples where session musicians are used for their numerous hits.
There were a couple of reasons- Money, Location and Berry Gordy's desire to get into movies. Though many of the long time musicians remained in Detroit, the Motown sound was already waning in the minds of the younger generation. Disco was hot, Break dancing was evolving into hiphop, and the love/romance and R&B crooning formula was on it's way out (business wise). L.A. brought a new genre to The Motown Sound, but the market was… Read More
Detroit, Michigan, known as the Motor City or Motown, is where the Motown sound began and Motown Records was founded in 1960 by Barry Gordy, Jr.
The Sound of Young America
At the turn of the decade Detroit became an important center for black singers, and a certain type of sound known as "Motown" [motor town], named for Motown Records, developed.
In Performance at the White House the Motown Sound - 2011 TV was released on: USA: 1 February 2011
In Performance at the White House the Motown Sound - 2011 - TV was released on: USA: 1 February 2011
Their slogan is: "The sound of young america."
Raynoma Gordy Singleton has written: 'Berry, Me and Motown' -- subject(s): Biography, Motown Record Corporation, Sound recording executives and producers
Not a simple question. Though the Stax sound was different from the Motown sound being that more rooted in horns, and more southern tempo's. From the likes of Rufus Thomas and Booker T & The MG's as compared to Jr. Walker 'gut bucket' on Motown's SOUL label and The All Stars from Motown. (Jr. Walker originating 55miles from Memphis in Blytheville, AR) The Stax sound in my opinion was a little more rawer, and unpolished… Read More
Mary Wells was an American singer who was well known for helping to define the emerging sound of Motown in the early 1960's. She became known as the "Queen of Motown".
Jobs that include sound can be builders (drilling) and radio people as they involve alot of sound. Also musicians!
The cast of In Performance at the White House the Motown Sound - 2011 includes: Seal as Himself - Singer Sheryl Crow as Herself - Singer Jamie Foxx as Himself - Singer John Legend as Himself - Singer Amber Riley as Herself - Singer
To isolate sound, and eliminate background noise.
Music scores take up space if they are on paper or another hard medium. Live music takes up space insofar as musicians and instruments are physical objects. Music itself [sound] can move through space that contains a medium capable of transmitting sound, and sound is a form of energy, but it would be difficult to argue that sound actually 'takes up' space that cannot be filled with something else.
Please listen to the following songs/bands... Journey - Seperate Ways (Worlds Apart) Van Halen - Jump Nearly anything by Children of Bodom. " " Cradle of Filth " " Lacuna Coil The "synth" or Synthesiser created originally by Elisha Gray 1876 actually allowed many of the "techno" musicians to increase the sound ranges they had available when writing music in the early 1980s. This reduced the cost of having huge amounts of musicians on the… Read More
I don't know any of the musicians who played on the record. BUT it "sounds" like Bernard "pretty" Purdie on drums. The way you can tell is that funky high hat "pship" sound.
Marvin Gaye was an American singer-songwriter and musician, best associated with the Motown Sound. Unfortunately, he's been dead since 1984.
The shape of this sound is a sine wave, and that is what physicists call it. Musicians tend to call it the fundamental.
That's a pretty good description for him. He created sound-scapes due to his adventurous blend of instrumentation and the wide variety of different sounds that he expected his musicians to create with, for instance, the use of mutes by the band's brass section. he took the creation of big band arranging to levels that had never been dreamed of before.
The musicians, actors who were offstage at the time, or stage hands, depending on the effect.
In the 1950s, African-American culture became popularized. Performers and musicians such as Elvis Presley emulated the style of black singers, bringing the sound to a wider audience.
The sound you hear when you listen to your heart with a stethescrope is actually what?
no .It has a short "e" sound. the word Market is actually a tricky one. Instead of a long "e" sound. It actually sounds like it has a a short "i" sound
A sound that characters in the scene might hear, such as the voices of people that we see, or the sound of music when we see the musicians (or reasonably expect that they are in the scene) like the music playing at a club. A voice that comes from an unseen source, like a narration or musical underscore, is non-diegetic sound.
Two musicians joined Bill Monroes band in 1945 and had a major impact on the bands sound Who were they?
Earl Scruggs and Lester Flatt
Sound on Sound - album - was created on 2006-02-14.
Kill Sound Before Sound Kills You was created in 1998.
No Sound But a Heart was created in 1987.
The Sound of Bread was created in 1977.
Slave to the Sound was created in 2003.
A Sound of Thunder was created in 1952.
The Sound of Thunder was created in 1981.
A Sound of Lightning was created in 1976.
The Sound of Waves was created in 1954.
Sound Magazine was created in 1971.
Waves of Sound was created in 2000.
The Sound of Music was created in 1959.
Sound of My Heart was created in 1989.
The Sound of Speed was created in 1988.
Sound TV was created in 2005.
Sound of Superman was created in 2005.
Who recorded the song with the lyrics The Bremen town musicians band is the only one in the land it makes a sound like nothing around?
I have heard of this song before and in the strangest of ways. We are going WAY back to the mid 70's now. A friend of mine had this table top 'slide show tv' that played a record that was specially timed so that the slide is timed to advance a show strip that is inserted in the top of the unit. The reverse side of the Bremen Town Musician's slide show record has the… Read More
Two musicians joined Bill Monroe's band in 1945 and had a major impact on the band's sound Who were they?
Earl Scruggs and Lester Flatt (APEX)
Jobs such as Stage Director, Assistant Director, Artisitic Director, Sound and Lighting, casting Directors, Musicians, Actors, etc.
Actually, they do. They make a rumbling sound and they vibrate.
Snow does not make any sound. When you are outside on a snowy day, or when there is a lot of snow on the ground, what sounds are in the air seem to be dampened somewhat because the snow, being soft, tends to absorb the sound waves. But the actual snowflakes, being tiny and wet, do not impact anything or each other with enough force to set up sound-vibrations, thus creating any sound waves. And… Read More
In my book the pitch of sound is the frequency. Musicians have different names for pitch, like middle C or F sharp, but they all correspond to certain frequencies. The answer above is not correct it is totally unsenceable