Different Types Of Music Quotes by Serj Tankian, Killer Mike, Girl Talk, Travis Barker, Yo-Yo Ma, Mark Knopfler and many others.
I’ve always worked on all different types of music, some with specific project goals and deadlines and some not. Sometimes I would write a piece of music that is almost like a film score or weird electro pieces, wherever the muse took me, and I still do that.
When you talking about funk music you just talking about a collage of a lot of different types of music. They used strings, they had brass, they had vocalist.
Throughout hip-hop people have been putting different elements with different types of music.
When I look at music, everything is blurred, and I like it that way. I grew up like that, hanging out with different types of people who listened to so many different types of music. I never wanted to be part of any one clique. I loved it all.
As you begin to realize that every different type of music, everybody’s individual music, has its own rhythm, life, language and heritage, you realize how life changes, and you learn how to be more open and adaptive to what is around us.
While I was into many different types of music, and played with many different local groups, I really didn’t have a band to call my own until Dire Straits was formed in 1977.
See, I have a different type of music from other peoples. They playing the other kind of blues, and I’m playing cotton-patch blues…. Ain’t nobody now can play the blues that I play.
Some critics could argue that club or fun pop-y dance music isn’t meaningful, when it totally is. All different types of music are meaningful depending on what people are going through in their lives at any given moment.
I’ve learnt new scales through playing different types of music, like Indian raga scales, gipsy scales and harmonically-based jazz scales.
In my old age, my mind gets more open, and I listen to so many different types of music and I guess that all reflects in my work.
I love lots of different types of music, but it’s music that has this up-swelling of beauty and emotion that is most important to me.
My mom did a good job exposing me to different types of music.
I’d like it to be a bit of everything, the kind of music you can dance to, but also something a bit more personal, that you can listen to in other contexts. I think it’s very important to maintain the contrasts between the different types of music that I make.
I really enjoy making different types of music than I do with the Backstreet Boys.
My mother always took my brothers and me to music lessons. There were six children. Our parents attended our concerts and encouraged us to study and enjoy many different types of music.
I’m just experimenting with every different type of music you can imagine and seeing where my voice lies and what sounds best. I think when I do finally do the album it will be very eclectic – just loads of different stuff on it. That’s what I am hoping.
I have so many songs, it’s ridiculous. I love so many different types of music and tend to write all over the map, style-wise. R&B, rock ‘n’ roll, screamers, pop, good-time songs.