Classification of Music

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Classification of Music People judge one another on a variety of aspects, whether it is the clothes they wear or the people they socialize with. I believe that there are many different things that affect all these aspects, things that create our individual personality. The most major influence on an individual's personality is the music he or she listens to. Music affects the individual's behavior, actions, the way he or she thinks, wears and even the way the individual will speak. These are the very things that we are judged upon as humans. By the classification and break down of the music we listen too is how we can find ourselves. For me, music is soothing, and not something to be butchered with loud yelling or talk of…show more content…
Then there are those songs that really speak of non-sense, written and performed by drunken buffoons like The Doors and David Bowie, all songs I find very amusing. The very music that I can throw my head around to in random directions and still call it dancing. With this comes that relaxed fun, and no care in the world. Songs that push away all fears, worries and stresses that may present in life today. During the time of these artists, they had no worries; they were high half of their lives but still just having a good time. That is the way I like to feel, and why I believe I was born to the wrong generation. I try to bring the early classic rock era to me as much as possible; I find this easiest through the music. I also listen to the classics, where I find reassurance. I have never been disappointed from any of these artists: The Who, The Rolling Stones, The Beatles and The Eagles–the famous ‘the' bands. Everyone has heard their songs and every one of those songs is famous and widely known even with today's generation. Most of their songs have no hidden meanings or metaphors, but I never can be let down by the songs of these bands. All of their songs are consistent with each other and never change. There are a few artists of my generation that bring back that relaxed metaphorical tone that early classic rock
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