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I May Be Old, But I Got To See All the Cool Bands

Music wasn’t better ‘back in the day,’ it was just pretty much the only thing there was to do. Having said that, there really isn’t any debate a great deal of music was created in those years that people will still be listening to 200 years from now. Of all the years in the history of music to be a semi-rogue teenager and college student, I can’t think of a better time.

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Where Is Music City?

Nashville Tennessee is as important to the history of music as any other city, but where the name 'Music City' originated might surprise you. Incidentally, some of the biggest records of the second wave of Country music in the 1990s were mixed on KEF C55 speakers. In fact, at the time, the C55 was pretty much the go-to speaker in every big studio in town. Records from Shania Twain, Billy Ray Cyrus, Reba McIntyre, Trisha Yearwood and Brooks and Dunne all made it to your ears after first passing through KEF speakers.

 

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The History Of How Music Is Written and Produced For the Way We Listen

Music has also been described as the “universal language,” but that’s not necessarily true. Rhythm may be universal, but music is the product of the culture from which it comes, and each culture has its own vocabulary, idiom and story-telling rules. Music is also written for the way the audience is going to listen to it. 

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