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Review: Miguel mixes politics and pleasure on self-assured ‘War & Leisure’ – USA TODAY


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Review: Miguel mixes politics and pleasure on self-assured 'War & Leisure'
USA TODAY
Miguel closes out War & Leisure with the most overtly political track, a woozy guitar ballad called Now. He explained to Billboard that it's his imagined conversation with Trump about hurricane victims, Dreamers and immigrants — minority groups he's ...

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Geo-engineering can stop global warming, at least in theory – Boulder Weekly


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Geo-engineering can stop global warming, at least in theory
Boulder Weekly
Climate scientists now know that geo-engineering — in principle at least — would halt global warming and keep the world at the temperatures it will reach by 2020. It is simple: inject millions of tons of sulphate aerosols into the stratosphere at ...

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An End User Perspective on Navigating Digital Transformation, Global, 2017 – PR Newswire (press release)


An End User Perspective on Navigating Digital Transformation, Global, 2017
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NEW YORK, Nov. 30, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- This in-depth study of 1,934 IT decision makers was designed to measure the current use and future decision making behavior toward information technology (IT) around the globe and across verticals. More than half ...

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U2: Songs of Experience review – frequently fantastic return to form – The Guardian


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U2: Songs of Experience review – frequently fantastic return to form
The Guardian
There are clumsy lunges for contemporaneity – Love Is All We Have Left's Auto-Tuned vocals, an xx-ish guitar interlude on Red Flag Day that recalls the umpteen xx-ish guitar interludes recently scattered across mainstream pop – and moments when you can ...

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A Battle Of Guitar Tonewoods: Can You Hear The Difference? – WPSU


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A Battle Of Guitar Tonewoods: Can You Hear The Difference?
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What do you hear when someone strums a guitar? You might describe the sound as bright, or full, or warm. Maybe it's metallic or trebly, or maybe it's something else. All of that is, of course, pretty subjective. In more objective terms, we can talk ...

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A Battle Of Guitar Tonewoods: Can You Hear The Difference? – WDIY


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A Battle Of Guitar Tonewoods: Can You Hear The Difference?
WDIY
What do you hear when someone strums a guitar? You might describe the sound as bright, or full, or warm. Maybe it's metallic or trebly, or maybe it's something else. All of that is, of course, pretty subjective. In more objective terms, we can talk ...

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A Battle Of Guitar Tonewoods: Can You Hear The Difference? – KRVS


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A Battle Of Guitar Tonewoods: Can You Hear The Difference?
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What do you hear when someone strums a guitar? You might describe the sound as bright, or full, or warm. Maybe it's metallic or trebly, or maybe it's something else. All of that is, of course, pretty subjective. In more objective terms, we can talk ...

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A Battle Of Guitar Tonewoods: Can You Hear The Difference? : NPR – NPR


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A Battle Of Guitar Tonewoods: Can You Hear The Difference? : NPR
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An NPR sound engineer evaluated the difference in sound between Mahogany and Rosewood guitars. See if you can tell the two instruments apart.

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Coco – Monterey County Weekly


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Coco
Monterey County Weekly
Despite the simmering brouhaha over Disney/Pixar's Día de los Muertos-themed movie, Coco, a grand and haunting coming-of-age tale, is a feast for the senses and a fine return to form for Pixar. As to Pixar's return: John Lasseter's groundbreaking CGI ...

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The Tree That Rocked The Music Industry – NPR


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The Tree That Rocked The Music Industry
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New regulations on the international movement of rosewood have hit hard in parts of the music industry, which has long relied on rosewood as a "tonewood" used in many kinds of instruments, including guitars, cellos and clarinets. The reason for the ...

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