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ONLINE LISTENERS
OLDER LISTENERS
MULTICAST LISTENERS
TOM LEYKIS
OVERNIGHT LISTENERS
LOYAL LISTENERS
ENGLISH LISTENERS
BASSIST JOHN GRILLO
FIRST-TIME LISTENERS
CRUSTIES
BRITISH LISTENERS
AVID LISTENERS
CASUAL JAZZ LISTENERS
VIRGIN RADIO
SERIOUS LISTENERS
SIRIUS XM LISTENERS
CASE PURCHASES
YOUNG LISTENERS
SHORTWAVE LISTENERS
CASUAL LISTENERS
YOUNGER LISTENERS
MODERN LISTENERS
HELP LISTENERS
MILLION LISTENERS
DAY
BLOOM
TRIUMPH
LYRICS
TRUMPETER
WORKS
CONCERTS
STORY
ENTERTAINING
EUROPE
AGES
REGGAE MUSIC
LIFE
WORLD
STRANGE
GENRE
FANS
LOT
PIECES
SENSE
POP MUSIC
POWER
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    This Review contains major "Listeners"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Listeners are subject to the conflicts, controversies and, put simply, the darker (and more entertaining) side of the game of chess. (Web site)
  2. Many listeners were outraged by the song and its video, perceiving it as anti-Christian. (Web site)
  3. NOTE: Listeners were added to the Servlet API in version 2.3.
  4. For those listeners, The Essential Jimmie Rodgers is an invaluable introduction. (Web site)

Online Listeners

  1. InterWorld Radio is a source of daily news bulletins and broadcast quality features for radio stations and online listeners.

Older Listeners

  1. Rachmaninoff in the 1930s and early 1940s was often criticized for being old-fashioned, while older listeners said he was becoming too modern.

Multicast Listeners

  1. If the host has no interested multicast listeners, it sends a done message to the querier router. (Web site)

Tom Leykis

  1. This new contract is scheduled to give listeners more of Tom Leykis until 2012.

Overnight Listeners

  1. Millions of late and overnight listeners "tune-in" to Art Bell's two programs on a daily basis. (Web site)

Loyal Listeners

  1. Although originally launched as a youth station, by the early 1990s, its loyal listeners (and DJs) had aged with the station over its 25 year history.

English Listeners

  1. English listeners expect something stoic from their folk musicians, even the ones who long ago moved to the rock & roll side. (Web site)

Bassist John Grillo

  1. Listen to and follow along with double bassist John Grillo as he takes listeners through the standard opera audition repertoire for the double bass. (Web site)

First-Time Listeners

  1. Benny Goodman fans will all discover something new here, and first-time listeners will appreciate the music even more with this helpful guide.

Crusties

  1. Listeners of crust punk music are often referred to as " crusties ". (Web site)

British Listeners

  1. Generations of British listeners grew up with Radio Luxembourg, which beamed pop music programmes into the UK on the legendary "208" wavelength.
  2. John Hammond (now an executive with Columbia) produces a session with Fletcher Henderson's Band for British listeners.

Avid Listeners

  1. Don Byron and Howard Johnson often share the stage in this unique ensemble which continues to gain avid listeners.

Casual Jazz Listeners

  1. Today, most casual jazz listeners (and some self-described "traditionalist" musicians like Wynton Marsalis) consider late-period Coltrane unlistenable.

Virgin Radio

  1. On 28 November 2005, to the dismay of their listeners, the duo announced that they were splitting up and leaving the Breakfast Show on Virgin Radio.

Serious Listeners

  1. Eyes on: The Instrumentals is a must have for serious listeners of instrumental music.

Sirius Xm Listeners

  1. SIRIUS XM listeners will get extensive coverage with live play-by-play from Augusta National, plus expert analysis leading up to and throughout the event.

Case Purchases

  1. For this episode, and just for our listeners, we are pleased to offer a 10% discount on Goosecross wines with free shipping for case purchases.

Young Listeners

  1. These performances combine themes to which young listeners can easily relate with music, multimedia, guest artists, scenery, and animation. (Web site)
  2. The resurgence of interest in Chris Connor among young listeners is so thrilling. (Web site)

Shortwave Listeners

  1. Some stations even give out special certificates, pennants, stickers and other tokens and promotional materials to shortwave listeners. (Web site)

Casual Listeners

  1. While casual listeners may find the sheer bulk of this set somewhat intimidating, its comprehensiveness makes it ideal for the serious fan.

Younger Listeners

  1. For many younger listeners, Leonard Bernstein was the New York Philharmonic, and for many listeners nobody would be able to fill his shoes.

Modern Listeners

  1. In contrast, Joachim's "Hungarian" Concerto will be a real discovery for many modern listeners. (Web site)
  2. Modern listeners think of Jazz as music starting in New Orleans, during the 1890s-1910s, and then moving north to Chicago, IL. in the 1920s.

Help Listeners

  1. Richard Crouse At The Movies will help listeners decide on what movies to see in theatres or what DVDs to rent each weekend.

Million Listeners

  1. Some 20 million listeners later, it has been the success of Rush Limbaugh that has saved and transformed AM radio.
  2. The Tom Joyner Morning Show is aired in more than 115 markets throughout the United States, reaching more than eight million listeners every week.
  3. The Jungle, airs on more than 200 radio stations each weekday and boasts more than two million listeners.

Day

  1. Stockhausen’s works were performed for 5½ hours every day over a period of 183 days to a total audience of about a million listeners (Wörner 1973, 256). (Web site)
  2. NPR News - Xeni Jardin can be heard on NPR's Day to Day, offering technology insights for listeners nationwide.

Bloom

  1. Yet one of the problems with jazz today is that most of its listeners weren't even alive when these masters were in bloom. (Web site)

Triumph

  1. It is common for listeners to perceive an echo of Beethoven's life in his music, which often depicts struggle followed by triumph. (Web site)

Lyrics

  1. The lyrics, written by Charles Strouse and Richard Stilgoe, are brilliantly descriptive which creates rich imagery for the listeners. (Web site)

Trumpeter

  1. Bill Hardman's fine showing on the date will surprise listeners who associate the trumpeter with a relatively limited bag of tricks. (Web site)

Works

  1. Works of folk music are often experienced by modern listeners as extraordinarily beautiful or stirring.
  2. The works of the Squarcialupi Codex may be an acquired taste for modern listeners, but Tetraktys makes them highly accessible and quite enjoyable. (Web site)

Concerts

  1. Ustad Amir Khan was seriously concerned and he tried to enlighten the listeners by singing tarana in concerts and recordings. (Web site)

Story

  1. If this link is missing, the story is useless, and your listeners are left wondering what it was for.

Entertaining

  1. Always articulate and entertaining, "The Laura Ingraham Show" has been addicting legions of listeners since her launch into national syndication in 2001.

Europe

  1. Touring in Japan, Europe, and the United States, Golson impressed listeners with a sound that had harder edges as compared with his previous efforts. (Web site)
  2. And, we will, at my own expense, fly out two listeners to see our show in Europe, Paris or somewhere like that from El Paso. (Web site)

Ages

  1. These spiritual stories, complete with music and sound effects, will captivate listeners of all ages.

Reggae Music

  1. The fact remains for most casual listeners, reggae music can be reduced to one artist Bob Marley. (Web site)

Life

  1. Bass virtuoso Stuart Hamm offers listeners a musical photograph of his life at the beginning of the new century on his fourth solo album, Outbound.

World

  1. It has also gathered listeners from around the world through the internet and Radio Australia shortwave broadcasts.
  2. Today, reggae music continues to be one of the more popular musical genres appreciated by a wide range of listeners throughout the world.
  3. Behavior is often not explained, as within the world of the saga it is what must be done, and early listeners of sagas had no need of questions. (Web site)

Strange

  1. Many listeners have projected that strange new music which they experienced—especially in the realm of electronic music—into extraterrestrial space. (Web site)

Genre

  1. This genre has been often called " smooth jazz " and is controversial among the listeners of both traditional jazz and jazz fusion.
  2. Music critics overwhelmingly hated the genre, and mainstream listeners generally avoided it because of its strangeness.

Fans

  1. Though most fans of the music are previous fans of Harry Potter, some bands have attracted listeners outside of the Harry Potter fanbase.
  2. Regarded by many fans as the high point in the Dave Matthews Band's career, the Central Park Concert is a favorite among new listeners as well. (Web site)

Lot

  1. The theme music in 2005 received a lot of attention from listeners who believed that Ron and Fez might leave WJFK for satellite radio.
  2. When he did play his trumpet open, he reminded a lot of listeners of James (though some found his tone purer). (Web site)
  3. What the band says they do best is this; "We place a lot of emotional trust in our listeners. (Web site)

Pieces

  1. Tetzlaff and Andsnes, an all-star collaboration, approach the music as though they were aware that these pieces are tough nuts for many listeners.
  2. These pieces give the listeners an idea about the direction of Monteverdi's music.

Sense

  1. Many listeners found, and still find, his music hard to follow, lacking a sense of definite melody. (Web site)
  2. Many listeners do not sense the Jamaican roots, and are unaware that this technique started with Jamaican Rocksteady and Reggae.
  3. Joyner immediately incorporated his sense of social responsibility and "giving back" to his listeners and to his community.

Pop Music

  1. Pop music is also known for its ability to attract listeners through its versatile sound since it pulls from a plethora of musical influences.
  2. Both were huge hits from singularly charismatic artists that brought in new, mainstream listeners and predictions of a sea change in pop music.

Power

  1. Through the power of radio, listeners throughout New York had heard of Duke Ellington, making him quite a popular musician. (Web site)
  2. Reggae also empowers its listeners to connect to the unique oneness of the earth and creation with the power of music.

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