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  • Top Countries By Car Production In 2020 | 2021

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    This video is about the top countries by car production in 2020. It show You the list which countries were the largest in 2020.

    Top Countries By Car Production In 2019 | 2020 | China | United States | US | Japan | Germany | India | Mexico | South Korea | Brazil | Spain | France | Thailand | Canada | Russia | Turkey | Czech Republic | United Kingdom | UK | Indonesia | Slovakia | Italy | Iran | Poland | South Africa | Malaysia | Hungary | Romania | Morocco | Portugal | Argentina | Belgium | Sweden | Uzbekistan | Taiwan | Australia | Philippines | Egypt | Pakistan

    Music:
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  • Top 15 Beef Production Ranking Of Countries

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    United States, Brazil, and the European Union produce roughly 46% of the world's beef. Here is the animated stats of Top 15 Beef Production Ranking Of Countries 1961 -2017

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  • Big Beautiful AMERICAN cars

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    watch this if you like BIG American cars from the 1960s and 70s...

  • Top 15 Biggest Car Manufacturers in the World ????

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    Top 15 Biggest Car Manufacturers in the World ????


    the top 15 biggest auto manufacturers in the world from 1999 to 2017. This topic interests me very much, especially with all the Fiat Chrysler and Renault deal all over the news. It's also interesting to see how Japanese and Korean car makers, such as Toyota and Hyundai, move slowly to the top


    #sata #informations #rating #manufacturers

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  • Two Bridges - Are Vintage Guitars worth it? - HOLY BASS - Cheap gear vs. Environment - Pick yer Poop

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    This week we talk about an acoustic guitar with TWO BRIDGES, Homeschool romance, The value of vintage guitars, a weigh relieved bass, saving the planet and a crappy guitar pick holder.

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  • Postwar America 1945 - 1960 Part 1

    49:46

    Mr. J explains the trends of the early 1950's and the forces impacting the economic & cultural changes.

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  • MARK LEWISOHN - In conversation with Zachary Stockill -

    2:2:48

    #MarkLewisohn #TheBeatles #AllTheseYearsTuneIn
    EVERYTHING THE BEATLES EVER PRODUCED SHOULD BE MADE AVAILABLE TO THE WORLD !
    ... wisely said Mark Lewisohn once during a 2019 interview. And Mark Lewisohn is undoubtedly THE world-renowned and THE world-recognised Beatles historian, notably since his 1988 The Complete Beatles Recording Sessions best-seller. Besides, Mark Lewisohn has worked for Paul McCartney himself from 1987 to 2001, for the Beatles' own company Apple Corps from 1991 to 1998, and has also collaborated with the surviving members for the enormous 1995 autobiographical Anthology project..... Well... Although this channel is NOT Mark Lewisohn's personal YouTube channel (he doesn't have any), nonetheless it is indeed being run by a jolly gang of well-known devoted Beatles fans from all around the world, who are aiming precisely at applying Mark's above-mentionned comment of wisdom to Lewisohn's own unique educational knowledge on the subject, at least throughout the years it will take him to write the masterpiece of his lifetime, his pièce-de-résistance : his ALL THOSE YEARS Beatles historical biography, that some Beatles experts here and there already and casually call :
    THE THREALOGY BOOKS !... For strictly educational and historical purpose that is.

    Because Mark is bloody well right indeed : the Beatles' obvious musical, cultural and political relevance and their historical significance in the Western world (at least), should by now allow their whole body of recordings - including ALL the outtakes and ALL the unreleased tracks and ANYTHING they professionally recorded - to be digitally available one way or another somewhere... And that fact should also and quite logically allow Mark Lewisohn's conversations on the subject to go public domain too, don't you think ?...
    In a sort of public service kind of way, right ?
    Because the Beatles have indeed become a widely shared topic of public interest, that's why !
    SO PLEASE NOTE : this channel is NOT making any money out of these interviews as none of them is monetized here.
    [???? That is the reason why in spite of petty David Hepworth & petty Mark Ellen from England UK who had our Mark Lewisohn Channel copyright struck for their own stupid egocentric and/or greedy sakes, this jolly Mark Lewisohn YouTube Channel shall joyfully go on thank you very much gentlemen, if only for the educational pleasure of millions of english-speaking Beatles fans' and students all around the planet. ????]

    But beyond his extraordinary books and even beyond the Beatles themselves (!), listening to Mark Lewisohn talking about the Fab Four during those long conversations with various Beatles fans, Beatles experts and Beatles students from all around the world, is indeed a fascinating and informative experience in itself. And it is a vibrant and breathtaking experience because it is like listening to a series of rich in-depth lectures on Modern History ! A series of beautiful lectures on the history of Great-Britain and the history of the Western World during the 1950s and obviously the great legendary 1960s. In other words : those recordings are all endearing trips into an unfortunately long, long, long gone era, magnificent moments in the company of intelligent people talking about a fascinating and intelligent subject : a splendid time is indeed garanteed for all !
    Hence the existence of this channel.

    ???? Tune In - Extended Version
    ???? Tune In - Regular Version

  • History and Design of Vintage Guitar Amps... the Fender tone stack

    45:20

    Academic presentation by prof. Paul Linden on voicing tube amplifiers for instruments other than guitar. Historical review of amplifier design includes electron tube, transistor and modeling. Technical discussion focuses on understanding tube operation, reading a schematic and manipulating the tone control circuitry based on the frequency response curve of a target instrument (in this case, harmonica). Demonstration of custom designed harmonica amplifier at the end (Linden, DC-1 class A switchable to parallel single ended 2 x 5881 max 25 watts, single ten inch alnico). The amp demonstration is in single 5881 mode (approx. 12-15 watts).

  • Darren Cowley - Isotonik Studios - Music Production Podcast 165

    1:13:39

    Full Post and Show Notes:

    Darren Cowley runs Isotonik Studios, a site that offers products for Ableton Live, Max for Live, Novation Circuit, and more. Isotonik Studios has grown into a small army of developers releasing exciting products to producers.

    Darren and I have been trying to coordinate a podcast for years. It was worth the wait. We spoke about his beginnings as a DJ, how he developed and shared his DJ template, and how an artist's donation for his DJing template helped him begin Isotonik Studios.

    During the COVID-19 lockdowns, Isotonik is offering free stay at home products. The offerings change on a regular basis so be sure to check them often.

    Visit my site for more stuff like this, including Live Instrument downloads, tutorials and music!

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  • Stalking Your Guitar Hero - Interview With Master Luthier Juha Ruokangas

    1:3:43

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    Ruokangas Guitars makes amazing handmade guitars in a small town of Harviala here in Finland. The main guy Juha invited me to check their workshop and talk about how he got his business started, how he stalked his guitar idol until he agreed to try Juha's guitar and how he was perhaps the first luthier in the world that had a website.

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  • RMAF17: Why We in The Industry Are All Arguing Over MQA and So Much More …

    1:24

    Speaker: Danny Kaey, Positive Feedback and SonicFlare

  • Legends in the Round: Mercury Custom Recording Studio / Sound Stage Studios

    1:9:10

    Join AES Nashville for another Legends in the Round featuring a discussion about Mercury Custom Recording Studio/Sound Stage Studios. The event was held in historic Columbia Studio A. Guests include Larry Rogers, Warren Peterson, Brent King, Warren Rhoades, and moderator Mike Porter.

    In 1969, both Columbia/CBS studios were extremely busy. Their artists were having difficulty in booking studio time. A decision was made to quit offering the studios to outside clients. This left Mercury Records and other labels in a bind.

    A group of Nashville businessmen along with former Columbia engineer, Tom Sparkman, would build Mercury Custom Recording in 1970. The studio had immediate success with a Statler Brothers hit, Bed Of Roses.

    Mercury recorded such artists as Roger Miller, Jerry Lee Lewis, Bobby Bare, and Tom T. Hall. Mercury Studios, on Hawkins Street, later became Sound Stage Studios and hosted such artists as Reba McEntire, John Schneider, Conway Twitty, Barbara Mandrell, and Jimmy Buffet.

    Thanks to all who came to the event and to all who helped make it possible, including (but not limited to) our panelists and Belmont University/Mike Curb for the use of Columbia Studio A.

    To find out more about AES Nashville or to become a member of your local chapter, you can visit us at:

  • DJ Khaled - Im The One | 50s Chord Progression | Ezra Sandzer-Bell

    8:54

    Pyramind mentor Ezra Sandzer-Bell talks about the ‘50s chord progression, and uses Dj Khaled’s hit single “I’m The One” as an example. The roman numeral progression is “I vi IV V.” He also talks about the “millennial whoop”, a musical cliche that appears in a lot of modern pop music.

  • BEGINNER Tips to Understand MUSIC LICENSING Q&A

    1:33:38

    In this episode of TAXI TV, we have music industry executive - Jeff Freundlich - go over the best beginner tips you need to know in order to understand music licensing. Get your notepads out, have a pencil or pen at the ready, and be prepared to get a PhD in what Music Libraries and Music Supervisors need and how they operate!

    Even if you’re a six-figure TAXI member and you already think you know the ins and outs of the music licensing business, you’ll probably still learn a lot, so be sure to watch this episode all the way through.

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  • MADRAS DAY LECTURES-Transporting Sabhas Across the Atlantic by Cleveland Sundaram

    1:4:55

    Thursday 15th Aug.2019 5.30pm
    MADRAS LOCAL HISTORY GROUP
    MADRAS DAY LECTURES
    Transporting Sabhas Across the Atlantic by Cleveland Sundaram

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  • Growing $700 Of Food In 100 Sq. Feet | Permaculture Expert Nicky Schauder on Hippie Haven Podcast

    39:00

    You're listening to the Hippie Haven Podcast on YouTube! Every Wednesday, Callee chats with guests from around the world about how we can live harmoniously with ourselves, others & the planet. Be sure to subscribe to the Hippie Haven Podcast on your favorite podcasting app for easier listening!

    In this episode, Callee chats with Nicky Schauder, a permaculture expert who grows $700 worth of food and her 100 square foot yard in Washington DC. She's sharing all her best tips for backyard gardening and how you can supplement your family's diet with healthy organic homegrown foods.

    ABOUT US:
    Welcome to Hippie Haven! We're Callee, Chesca, Sabrina & Raylyn. We have a zero waste store & community space in Rapid City, South Dakota, as well as an online shop, weekly podcast, and now this youtube channel, where we'll help you reduce your impact on the planet, make your own low waste products, and see behind the scenes at our earth-conscious company.

    Comment below to share what kind of video content you'd like to see from us & subscribe now to learn more about zero waste! Thanks for tuning in :)

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  • Up-close: In Dialogue with COVID-19 & Music Creativity

    2:4:20

    During the time of the coronavirus crisis, the growing sense of alienation and isolation is impacting people’s present-day experience. With our general way of living becoming more restricted, many feel a loss of control in the face of uncertainty. Many turn to music. We are thus witnessing the blossoming of music creativity and are astounded by music’s prominence in people’s lives, such as residents singing to each other from their homes’ balconies, people using parodies to vent their frustrations, and musicians turning to multi-track videos to keep performances going online. While the above are just a few examples of COVID-related creativity, the four participants of this forum would like to use an array of local and non-local examples to ponder on the meanings of music creativity in times of crisis from frameworks reflective of their different backgrounds in cultural studies, ethnomusicology, musicology, and performance. They will unravel how COVID-related activities have not only soothed nervous, but also crossed borders, connected communities, and even empowered the less powerful in ways we may have overlooked.


    Participants :
    Prof. Frederick Lau (Department of Music, CUHK)
    Prof. Li Siu Leung (Department of Cultural Studies, Lingnan University)
    Prof. Johnny Poon (Department of Music, HKBU)
    Moderator: Prof. Helan Yang (Department of Music, HKBU)

    *First half is conducted in English covering non-local examples; the second half is conducted in Cantonese covering local examples.




    About the participants
    Prof. Frederick Lau, Professor and Department Head, Department of Music, CUHK
    Prof. Lau is an ethnomusicologist, flutist, and conductor whose scholarly interests include a broad range of topics in Chinese, Western, and Asian music and cultures. He has published widely on issues related to music and identity, nationalism, modernization, politics, globalization, diaspora, musical hybridity as well as Western avant-garde music.

    Prof. Li Siu Leung, Adjunct Professor, Department of Cultural Studies, Lingnan University
    Prof. Li has published in the fields of gender in Chinese opera, Hong Kong cinema, and literary studies. Formerly Head of the Department of Cultural Studies, Lingnan University, and immediate past Dean of the School of Chinese Opera at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, he was trained in flute performance in his early years and ventured into a comparative-literature-turned-cultural-studies academic.

    Prof. Johnny Poon, Dr. Hung Hin Shiu Endowed Professor in Music, Associate Vice-President (Interdisciplinary Research), Convenor of the Creative Media/Practice Research Cluster, Head, Department of Music, HKBU
    Prof. Poon has maintained a highly successful and distinguished professional career as a conductor, appearing regularly in concert halls and festivals across the globe. Since 2018, he has also taken on a leadership role as convenor of the Creative Media/Practice Research Cluster, spearheading the development of one of the strategic research foci at HKBU; and he is also the anchor person of the Faculty Niche Research Area Subgroup in Performance Studies.

    Prof. Helan Yang, Professor, Department of Music, HKBU
    Prof. Yang’s research is cross-cultural and interdisciplinary, ranging from nineteenth-century American symphonic music to contemporary Chinese music, both “serious” and “popular” in style and appeal. She has published widely on Contemporary Chinese music, music and politics; music censorship; migration and music, transnational and global musical networks, nationalism and identity.



    *This program is recorded on 15 May 2020.

  • The Need For Pride with Cole Callahan from Garden State Equality | Wednesday June 10, 2020

    53:13

    Event description: Join us on Zoom for a brief overview of LGBTQ Identities and why it is so important to celebrate them, not only in the month of June but year round with inclusive books, stories, history, and education. Participants will leave knowing more about LGBTQ basics in addition to the wellness benefits surrounding inclusion, perfect for our LGBTQ community and allies to educate and celebrate their Pride this month. Presented by Cole Callahan from Garden State Equality.

    This event was part of our CHPL: Pride at the Library series for 2020. Visit our website at for more information and for our LGBTQ+ Resource Guide.

  • Top Americas best-selling car brand 1990- 2018

    4:01

    Over the last three years, car sales in the US market have set new all-time records and included a collection of manufacturers that extends well beyond the American classics. In 2015, vehicle sales in the US reached nearly 17.5 million units, a growth of 5.7 percent from 2014 and 25,000 more vehicles than the record setting sales in 2005.
    # data is beautiful

  • WHAT presents Peak Oil Preparation

    57:13

    WHAT host, Michael J. Smith features Matt Stein, Author and Owner of Stein Design & Construction, as he speaks on Peak Oil Preparation and Making The Shift To Sustainability.

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  • History of Rock & Roll - The 1960s

    31:55

    JT Curtis goes through the history of Rock music decade by decade, or least tries to while being interrupted by some other guy (played by Nick Patrella).

    In this episode, Curtis goes through the first half of 60s, Dance Crazes, The British Invasion, Protest Songwriters, highlighting classic records from The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Roy Orbison, The Beach Boys, Bob Dylan, Simon and Garfunkel, and more.

    Please leave a comment and let us know your thoughts on 60s rock and who you want us to cover in the next episode.

    Directed by Jay Curtis (Who also plays the Hippie Guy)
    All credits are included in the video. Please support these artists!



    0:00 Introduction
    1:13 Dance Crazes
    2:23 Soul
    3:14 The Early 60s
    5:19 Surf Rock
    7:39 Garage Rock
    8:33 Kennedy Assassination
    9:11 The Beatles
    12:16 The Rolling Stones
    13:51 Motown
    15:17 The British Invasion
    18:48 The Who
    20:05 American Rock
    22:17 The Byrds
    23:19 Bob Dylan
    26:15 Civil Rights Movement
    27:06 Folk Rock
    28:43 Rubber Soul & Revolver
    30:27 The Other Guy's Acid Trip

  • Lecture 13 DAH 201 Meiji Restoration and Modern Japan

    1:11:34

    This is the first lecture for Test 3
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  • Hamptons Institute at Guild Hall-Plastics Pollution-Filmed by LTV-080618

    1:28:39

    HAMPTONS INSTITUTE
    Producers Alec Baldwin and Tracy Marshall are committed to compelling, insightful, and balanced conversations by top experts in their fields.

    PLASTICS POLLUTION
    Filmed at Guild Hall by LTV
    August 6, 2018

    Alec Baldwin, Moderator
    Dr. Barbara Hendrie, Director, North America-UN Environment
    Dune Ives, Director, Lonely Whale
    Tierney Thus, PhD, Marine Biologist, Science Educator,
    and National Geographic explorer

  • EARLY CALYPSO IN BARBADOS 1 An Overview

    33:03

    A brief overview of banja and the development of calypso in Barbados.


    Thanks to Elombe Mottley, Richard Stoute, Anthony 'Gabby' Carter, Emil Straker and John Gibbs for sharing information used in this video. Special thanks to George Maharaj for suggesting the topic and to Geoff Carrington for supplying mp3s.

  • Vassar LLI Bluegrass Course - Class 4 Banjo - Hudson Valley Bluegrass Association

    1:23:19

  • Cómo VOX Amps cambió la historia del ROCK con la British Invasion - Documental BBC

    29:30



    Subtitulado : Rodrigo Aquino.

  • Home Studio Trainer Live: Songwriting Simplified: Modes & Vamps

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  • MARK LEWISOHN - In conversation with Dave Ravenscroft -

    1:24:44

    #MarkLewisohn #TheBeatles #AllTheseYearsTuneIn
    EVERYTHING THE BEATLES EVER PRODUCED SHOULD BE MADE AVAILABLE TO THE WORLD !
    ... wisely said Mark Lewisohn once during a 2019 interview. And Mark Lewisohn is undoubtedly THE world-renowned and THE world-recognised Beatles historian, notably since his 1988 The Complete Beatles Recording Sessions best-seller. Besides, Mark Lewisohn has worked for Paul McCartney himself from 1987 to 2001, for the Beatles' own company Apple Corps from 1991 to 1998, and has also collaborated with the surviving members for the enormous 1995 autobiographical Anthology project..... Well... Although this channel is NOT Mark Lewisohn's personal YouTube channel (he doesn't have any), nonetheless it is indeed being run by a jolly gang of well-known devoted Beatles fans from all around the world, who are aiming precisely at applying Mark's above-mentionned comment of wisdom to Lewisohn's own unique educational knowledge on the subject, at least throughout the years it will take him to write the masterpiece of his lifetime, his pièce-de-résistance : his ALL THOSE YEARS Beatles historical biography, that some Beatles experts here and there already and casually call :
    THE THREALOGY BOOKS !... For strictly educational and historical purpose that is.

    Because Mark is bloody well right indeed : the Beatles' obvious musical, cultural and political relevance and their historical significance in the Western world (at least), should by now allow their whole body of recordings - including ALL the outtakes and ALL the unreleased tracks and ANYTHING they professionally recorded - to be digitally available one way or another somewhere... And that fact should also and quite logically allow Mark Lewisohn's conversations on the subject to go public domain too, don't you think ?...
    In a sort of public service kind of way, right ?
    Because the Beatles have indeed become a widely shared topic of public interest, that's why !
    SO PLEASE NOTE : this channel is NOT making any money out of these interviews as none of them is monetized here.
    [???? That is the reason why in spite of petty David Hepworth & petty Mark Ellen from England UK who had our Mark Lewisohn Channel copyright struck for their own stupid egocentric and/or greedy sakes, this jolly Mark Lewisohn YouTube Channel shall joyfully go on thank you very much gentlemen, if only for the educational pleasure of millions of english-speaking Beatles fans' and students all around the planet. ????]

    But beyond his extraordinary books and even beyond the Beatles themselves (!), listening to Mark Lewisohn talking about the Fab Four during those long conversations with various Beatles fans, Beatles experts and Beatles students from all around the world, is indeed a fascinating and informative experience in itself. And it is a vibrant and breathtaking experience because it is like listening to a series of rich in-depth lectures on Modern History ! A series of beautiful lectures on the history of Great-Britain and the history of the Western World during the 1950s and obviously the great legendary 1960s. In other words : those recordings are all endearing trips into an unfortunately long, long, long gone era, magnificent moments in the company of intelligent people talking about a fascinating and intelligent subject : a splendid time is indeed garanteed for all !
    Hence the existence of this channel.

    ???? Tune In - Extended Version
    ???? Tune In - Regular Version

  • They Knew Knute Rockne - Biography in Sound - Legendary Notre Dame Coach

    54:36

    Biography in Sound was an hour-long documentary radio program that was produced and broadcast in the 1950s. It's one of the best examples of radio excellence - the production is exemplary.

    Each episode featured multiple guests, who often were peers or friends of the person who was the featured subject.

  • Discontinued Guitars? | All You Need To Know | TUGGtv

    7:38

    Guitars go out of production, because sometimes they're bad, but sometimes it could be because they're just too good?

    Let us dwell into the world of discontinued guitars. Why are they discontinued from production and what factors affect them? is it safe to buy a guitar that is no longer in production? and many more...

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  • Relive the Music 50s & 60s Rock N Roll

    1:03

    A brand new one of a kind show that takes the audience through Music History, Trivia & Memories of the 50’s & 60’s. You will likely learn many things you never knew about these artists. You will see an energetic live band, amazing front singers and dancers transforming and re-living thru two decades of music, costumes, trends and dancing with video imagery in the background.

  • You can be a climate leader!

    53:29

    What can you, as a candidate for office, do about climate change? Apparently a lot!! First you can separate yourself from other candidates by building up your understanding of the crisis. There are those that clearly don't understand the issues and are leading us backwards. Second, once you get elected, there are existing laws and regulations you can use right away to insist that your state, your district, your town and city do things that lessen your impact on the place where you live. This workshop from the Civic Alliance for a Cooler Rhode Island with Ken Payne, Timmons Roberts and Kai Salem show all of us a way forward.

  • Glen Campbell - Glen Campbell Live at the Dome - Beach Boys Medley

    6:48

    Glen Campbell - Glen Campbell Live at the Dome (1990) - Beach Boys Medley (Good Vibrations/California Girls/Fun Fun Fun/I Get Around/Surfin' USA)

    Live at the Dome was a concert by Glen Campbell and the Jeff Dayton Band. The concert was taped at The Dome in Doncaster, England in 1990.

    In 1964 and into 1965, Glen Campbell served as Beach Boys Brian Wilson's temporary replacement in concert, until his own career success pulled him from the group in April of 1965.

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    The Beach Boys are an American rock band formed in Hawthorne, California in 1961. The group's original lineup consisted of brothers Brian, Dennis, and Carl Wilson, their cousin Mike Love, and their friend Al Jardine. They emerged at the vanguard of the California Sound. initially performing original surf songs that gained international popularity for their distinct vocal harmonies and lyrics reflecting a southern California youth culture of surfing, cars, and romance. Rooted in jazz-based vocal groups, 1950s rock and roll, and doo-wop, Brian led the band in devising novel approaches to music production, arranging his compositions for studio orchestras, and experimenting with several genres ranging from pop ballads to psychedelic and baroque styles.

    Good Vibrations is a song composed and produced by Brian Wilson with words by Mike Love for the American rock band the Beach Boys. Released as a single in October 1966, it was an immediate critical and commercial hit, topping record charts in several countries including the US and UK. Characterized by its complex soundscapes, episodic structure, and subversions of pop music formula, it was the most costly single ever recorded at the time of its release. Good Vibrations later became widely acclaimed as one of the greatest masterpieces of rock music.

    California Girls is a song written by Brian Wilson and Mike Love for the American rock band the Beach Boys, featured on their 1965 album Summer Days (And Summer Nights!!). Wilson conceived the song during his first acid trip, later arranging and producing the song's recording, and incorporating an orchestral prelude plus contrasting verse-chorus form. Upon its release as a single, California Girls reached #3 on the Billboard Hot 100. It was backed with Let Him Run Wild, another track from Summer Days.

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  • The Embrace of My Motherland Subtitles

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    Korean title: 조국의 품
    Alternative titles: Embrace of the Fatherland, The Bosom of the Homeland

    Song written by Kim Jong Il when he was 10 years (1952).

    IN THE GRIM DAYS OF THE WAR
    With the outbreak of the Fatherland Liberation War on June 25, 1950, Kim Jong Il took leave of his father and went to live with his younger sister.
    The burning streets and villages instilled fierce hatred in him against the aggressors, and the images of the people and soldiers who were fighting while singing the Song of General Kim Il Sung gave him the conviction of sure victory in the war.
    He was reunited with his father in June 1952.
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    In those days, he showed constant concern for Kim Il Sung’s health and safety.
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    “Why are you hesitating? We must go the way chosen by the General. The way he goes is always right. Let the car go along the lane.”
    At this, the aides, repenting of their wavering for a few moments, let the car take the path.
    After no more than a few minutes, enemy bombers appeared in the sky, and rained bombs on the highway where the car was supposed to pass. It was revealed later that the bombing that day was the result of a plot by spies on the payroll of the US imperialists.
    From the end of June that year, he lived with his father at the Supreme Headquarters.
    Kim Il Sung was quite busy at the Headquarters day and night. He received the report of the situation at the front several times a day, and issued orders; he took measures to strengthen the Party and stabilize the people’s living conditions; on meeting scientists and technicians, he instructed them to draw up plans for reconstruction after victory in the war; on meeting writers and artists, he defined the direction of creating works and artistic activities for contributing to winning the war. All the problems arising in the activities of the Party, state, and in the front and rear were brought and solved here.
    While burning the midnight oil sometimes before the operations map with his father, Kim Jong Il inquired into the situation at the front, and learned bit by bit his father’s outstanding art of military leadership, revolutionary optimism, spirit of facing challenges directly, unbreakable will and unexcelled dauntlessness. In the field of military planning he learned from his father how to frustrate the enemy’s operations, how to attack, besiege and annihilate the enemy, and how to fight the enemy’s aircraft and tanks. Accompanying his father, he visited the batteries of KPA artillery units and the construction sites of tunnels. He also walked with his father along the roads of Pyongyang and the countryside devastated by the enemy air raids.
    Experiencing the war, in which the rear was as embattled as the front, he keenly realized that the victory in the war and future prosperity were ensured by his father’s wise leadership.
    He reflected the faith and will he learned in those days in the song The Embrace of My Motherland.
    In mid-August 1952, Kim Jong Il left the Supreme Headquarters.
    From that time on he devoted himself to studying. At the same time, he was deeply concerned about the safety of his father, who would be always at the front. Whenever he heard of a US air raid, he would think about his father.
    One day, he wrote a letter to his father to the following effect:
    “Dear father,
    “How are you? I am sure that you must be going through a great deal of trouble to beat the Yankees in the Fatherland Liberation War. “...
    “I want to make a most important request to you father, and that is that you no longer regard yourself as just an individual but as the leader of the entire Korean people.
    “...You should stay healthy, guard yourself against the enemy planes always taking care of yourself. This will mean happiness to the entire Korean people. From afar I hope you will take great care of your health.
    June 1, 1953 Kim Jong Il”
    On receiving this letter overflowing with his son’s best wishes for his good health, Kim Il Sung was overjoyed, and carried the letter with him not only at the Supreme Headquarters but also on his visits to the front.
    Later, Kim Jong Il wrote and composed the Song of Best Wishes on the basis of the letter.
    One day, 20 years later, he recollected the days of the Fatherland Liberation War with deep emotion, saying, “The Fatherland Liberation War was a historical period unforgettable in my life.”
    (The Short Biography of Kim Jong Il, 2001: p. 5-7)

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