Beatles, Love, Speed , Paul, George, Ringo & Music Timeline We All Have Etched In Our Heads | The Invisibly Visible Speed Measurement, Illustrated + ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE | The Beatles | instantaneous-meanspeed map, speed, frequency, video

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Beatles Modern Tempo Map - meanspeed-matherton authorized time-record

Beatles Modern Tempo Map – meanspeed-matherton authorized time-record

This is a meanspeed map that represent the tempo of the song by the Beatles called All You Need is Love,

The measurements are medians instantaneous speed which after being measured eight times are consecutively contiguously and completely studied to not just see the tempo – and invisible thing come to life – but the tempo creativity of the Beatles.Image

 

HEY JUDE - Meanspeed moder tempo map HEY JUDE – Meanspeed moder tempo map[/caption]

 

meanspeed®-matherton modern tempo map, ©2015.  Use Your Judgment.

Wrecking Ball | Miley Cyrus | Tempo Breakdown – Frequencies, Meanspeed Maps, YouTube Embed

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Wrecking_Ball  | Miley Cyrus | meanspeed_tempo_map_3

Wrecking_Ball | Miley Cyrus | meanspeed_tempo_map_3

Wrecking_Ball  | Miley Cyrus | meanspeed_tempo_map_2

Wrecking_Ball | Miley Cyrus | meanspeed_tempo_map_2

speed-spread-sheet-wrecking-ball

speed-spread-sheet-wrecking-ball

Wrecking_Ball  | Miley Cyrus | meanspeed_tempo_map_1

Wrecking_Ball | Miley Cyrus | meanspeed_tempo_map_1

Giants Stadium gets the wrecking Ball

Wrecking_Ball  | Miley Cyrus | meanspeed_tempo_map_4

Wrecking_Ball | Miley Cyrus | meanspeed_tempo_map_4

Meanspeed® Summary
mean speed/median expected tempo=60.1 beats per minute
average beat=998.3 milliseconds
performer=Miley Cyrus, wil.i.am
songs within 1% of WRECKING BALL-

“That’s What Friends Are For,” Stevie Wonder, Gladys Knight, Elton John, Burt Bacharach

“Taxi,” Harry Chapin

“Nothing Compares 2 U,” Sinead O’Connor

Many Too Many,” Genesis

“My Love,” Paul McCartney

“I Can’t Make You Love Me (If You Don’t)” Bonnie Raitte featuring Bruce Hornsby

Goodbye Yellow Brick Road,” Elton John

Ian A Schneider
Meanspeed® Music
October 11, 2013

English: Miley Cyrus on the Red Carpet at Vh1 ...

English: Miley Cyrus on the Red Carpet at Vh1 Divas 2009. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

"A Little Help From My Friends" – The Beatles – mean speed=111.8 beats per minute, meanemotion=lust – Speed Graphs show time passing through Space

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Bob Dylan’s Sweetest Song?  “I’ll Remember You” –  tempo, calibrations, bpm graph/chart/visual proof, YouTube’s broadcast of Bob’s best live performance of little known tear-jerking Ballad.

 

A song by the Beatles which was sung with Ringo Starr on lead vocal is called “With A Little Help From My Friends.”

 

 

The speed summary was found to be
beats per trial=292
meanspeed=111.8 beats per minute
average beat=537 milliseconds
mean phase=1,86 cycles per second
corresponding pitch=477.0 hertz
meanemotion according to meanspeed music theory=lust

Each speed chart above is synthesized from the same group of measurements. Such measurements are available on request. The precise method of measurement is found in the method section on this site.

meanspeed matherton contiguous song timeline

meanspeed matherton contiguous song timeline

Little Martha - Duane Allman's only completely solo song.  Calibrations, contemporary tempo maps, free of charge of course, with some the only real Little Martha speed online, anyway.  I was curious, which is basically how I chose the songs. Little Martha - Duane Allman's only completely solo song.  Calibrations, contemporary tempo maps, free of charge of course, with some the only real Little Martha speed online, anyway.  I was curious, which is basically how I chose the songs. Little Martha - Duane Allman's only completely solo song.  Calibrations, contemporary tempo maps, free of charge of course, with some the only real Little Martha speed online, anyway.  I was curious, which is basically how I chose the songs. Bob Dylan’s Sweetest Song?  “I’ll Remember You” –  tempo, calibrations, bpm graph/chart/visual proof, YouTube’s broadcast of Bob’s best live performance of little known tear-jerking Ballad. "Long Tall Sally," Little Richard: Rolling Stone magazine's #56 of the 500 Greatest Songs of All-Time--Summary of speed and speed graph

little martha

little martha

A start to a search on this song is found at
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Beatles_songs_written_by_Lennon/McCartney


Sarah Jane Bristol
James C.C. Manning
Ian Schneider
August 4, 2007

coldplay’s SPEED OF VICTORY: “The Speed of Sound” – X & Y and live versions calibrated, synthesized and made visible in tempo graphs

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meanspeed music graph – Coldplay – “Speed Of Sound”
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Background: in an interview, Chris Martin revealed that the song was written in the summer of 2004 and was inspired by Kate Bush and Martin’s daughter, Apple: “That’s a song where we were listening to a lot of Kate Bush last summer, and we wanted a song which had a lot of tom-toms in it, as Martin explained, I just had my daughter up also, and was kind of feeling in a sense of awe and wonderment, so the song is kind of a Kate Bush song about miracles.”The drumbeat of the song was inspired by Bush’s song “Running Up That Hill“. Speed of Sound” is a piano rock song. Its built around a piano riff, which the song builds into a huge drum beat and a synthesizer-heavy chorus, which also includes an upbeat tempo. The lyrics in the song are cryptic; the ending lines of the third verse emphasize in belief and faith: “If you could see it then you’d understand/ah when you see it then you’ll understand,” and “Some things you have to believe/others are puzzles puzzling me.”The fourth verse in the second verse alludes to discovering your place in the world: “How long am I gonna stand/with my head stuck under the sand,” and “If you never try then you’ll never know”.The background as given explains the manner in which the song has come to be performed at the speed of victory. The last verses in the song prove the rule: to determine what the artist is trying to express, listen to the *melody* – then check out the lyrics. Ask any attorney: the truth is in the melody. Or, Shakespeare, lawyer-hater extraordinaire: “”False face doth hide what the false heart doth know.” Macbeth‘s exit line in Act I, scene 7. ” Or applied to contemporary music, “false lyrics doth hide what true tempo doth know,” or “False lyrics doth hide what the true [attitude in performance] doth know.”

meanspeed music graph - Coldplay -


Meanspeed-Carlton Summary
song=Speed of Sound
composer=Chris Martin
performer=Coldplay
studio version=’X & Y’
mean speed/average tempo/median velocity/average beat length=0.487 seconds
emotion probability according to meanspeed music theory=victory
live version=Austin City Limits
average beat length=0.480 seconds
mean speed/average standard tempo=125.1
mean-emotion according to meanspeed music theory=victory

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TahH7B_aUZc]

The music video has a two-story-high LED display in the background

The video promo for “Speed of Sound” was shot on a Los Angeles sound stage over 22–23 April 2005.[32] Shooting took place on large sets backed by large LED displays developed by Element Labs.[33] The performance-based video was directed by Mark Romanek.[34][35] The video opens in pitch–black, followed by a light framing Martin as he reaches skyward out of the shadows. The scene then shifts to the band, as they play the song. As Martin spread his hands, the two-story-high LED lights erupt in a color of rainbow hues. The video ends with the band lined up and the LED background with a white light.

The video debuted on 23 May 2005 and proved successful on video-chart programs.[36] It debuted on 11 June 2005 on Fuse‘s No. 1 Countdown Rock, at number six,[37] and retired on 5 August at number seven of the countdown.[37] It also reached number 16 in MuchMusic‘s Countdown a month after its debut.[38]

At the 2005 MTV Video Music Awards, the video was nominated for four nominations in the categories of Video of the Year, Best Special Effects, Best Editing, and Best Cinematography.[33][39] The video ranked number ten on VH1‘s Top 40 of 2005.[40]

/Ian Andrew Schneider/
Meanspeed®-Matherton

revised and extended

May 18, 2015