Guide - Online Music
CD Rewriter, CD
Burners, CD Players, Decoders,
Hifi Separates, Hifi
Mp3, MPEG, Search
Engines, Playlisters, Plugins,
Bio - Band and Solo Artists
Arctic Monkeys, Aretha
Franklin, Beach Boys, Beatles,
Bee Gees, Beyoncé,
Black Eyed Peas
Marley, Bon Jovi, Bruce
Springsteen, Buddy Holly, Carpenters,
Celine Dion, Clash,
Dre, Eagles, Elton
John, Elvis Presley, Eminem,
Green Day, Green
Day, Guns N' Roses, James
Gaga, Led Zeppelin, Louis
Armstrong, Madonna, Mariah
Carey, Metallica, Michael
Oasis, Pink Floyd,
Rolling Stones, Sex
Pistols, Tupac Shakur, U2,
Band - A musical ensemble which plays jazz music, and was at
it's zenith during the 1940's and 1950's.
- A music genre which is associated within the African-American
community of the deep South.
- A folk movement, which developed amongst the Celtic people of
- Arts music tradition, rooted in Europe between 1550 and 1900,
with a liturgical and secular style.
- Blends music styles; based in the rural regions of the southern
states of the US from the 1930s.
- Focused upon the electronic dance movement, which started around
- A genre most popular in the late 1970s, made famous by Saturday
- Traditionally handed down by mouth, and played by the working
classes of peasant communities.
- Music which expresses and focuses upon the Christian faith; dates
back to Europe and Africa.
Metal - Developed in the early 1970's, as a "harder"
and "heavier" form of rock n roll music.
- Developed in New York City, and codified by DJ Afrika Bambaataa.
- An electronic style of dance music that was first played in Chicago
in the 80's.
- Indie is short for independent music: which includes artists that
avoid replicating mainstream music styles.
- Developed in New Orleans, and combining both classical and blues
- A genre which is the mainstream in Latin America and the Caribbean.
- Music which is performed by bands at sporting events, carnivals
and parades in the UK and US.
- A music style which is connected to the mod youth culture of the
UK in the late 60's.
- A music record company, founded by Berry Gordy, Jr., which became
a distinctive sound of it's own.
- Singers and musicians perform dramatically to a musical score.
- Short for popular western music; with it's roots in the late 1950's
and viewed as a 'youth' genre of music.
- A brash genre music, which was formed from 1974 and 1976 in the
US and UK.
- Also referred to as MCing, and is an offshoot and development
- A genre which has its roots in Jamaica and the West Indie; with
early hits being released in the 1950s.
- Orginally referred to as rock and roll, and now simple refers
to a ensemble of guitars and a drum kit.
/ Soul - Short for Rhythm and blues, and closely related in
style to soul music.
- Originally developed in Jamaica, Ska as a genre was revived during
the English 2 Tone era of the early 1980s.
- A form of jazz music, made popular by Count Basie in the 1930's.