By Jean Marc Belkadi
(Musicians Institute Press). MI teacher Jean Marc Belkadi unearths the secrets and techniques to making attention-grabbing, over-the-top words. This booklet is the whole source for making use of pentatonic, harmonic minor, melodic minor, complete tone, and lowered scales. The CD contains ninety nine full-band tracks.
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He knew how to insert agitated strings and the loonlike cry of a disturbed French horn or oboe to add a dash of color to an articulated nuance. His command of the whole canvas of instrumentation was unquestioned. “Guess I’ll Hang My Tears Out to Dry” is but one of the dozen songs recorded in the Capitol album, Only the Lonely. In his study of Sinatra’s reliance on Riddle’s scoring, Charles Granata encapsulates Riddle’s approach to the dominant songs in this album: “. . against a somber background of understated strings speak judicious traces of instruments like French horn, oboe, flute, clarinet, bassoon, and trombone, and the barest wisp of a rhythm section.
Apparently, Springsteen and his fellow rock royalty were savvy and respectful enough to understand who the real boss was and which twentieth century artist had truly proved himself to be tougher than the rest. This same quality may explain why Sinatra and rapper L. L. Cool J hit it off quite nicely during a meeting brought about by mutual friend Quincy Jones. True cool—at whatever age, in whatever genre—apparently recognizes true cool when it sees it and hears it. Back in the 1980s, Sinatra even seemed for a time to become an unlikely armchair rock critic of sorts, penning letters to the editor and taking characteristically assertive public stands against a few younger musicians who rubbed him the wrong way.
I don’t think it was until the 1960s that he started seeing that “Bridge Over Troubled Waters” is a good song. I’m convinced that at the right time the guy would have done Dylan and many of the songs of Simon and Garfunkel. Probably he would have had a good time with a Rolling Stones tune.