According to The Beatles Recording Sessions, which is a fabulous book, the lads recorded two passes of silliness, then the engineers cut up the tape, reordered the bits, and stuck them back together. No intended message. I actually hear "never goose me any other way" but that's what's so fun about their hidden messages: you … Continue reading The Meaning of Sgt. Pepper’s Inner Groove
by Stuart Ridgway, Original Music for Film and Television These tunes may have slipped by you as you've listened to your favorite albums over the years, but pop artists do a sweet job incorporating reggae into their music, if only just a taste. These may not be Bob Marley, it's a long way from his … Continue reading 10 Pop Reggae Songs You Forgot That You Love
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by Stuart Ridgway, Original Music for Film and Television I originally published this article in Electronic Musician magazine in November of 2008. No matter how talented you are, the key to working steadily in the music field is to develop a stellar reputation among those who can either give you jobs or recommend you for them. … Continue reading It’s Who You Know
by Stuart Ridgway, Original Music for Film and Television Introduction Converting a static website to a dynamic, database-driven one requires the developer to strip the original site down to its core purpose. The new goals for the site must be clearly defined while maintaining what is still relevant from the old site. As the developer is … Continue reading Building A Data-Driven Multimedia Website – White Paper