John Hazlett

John Hazlett

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Unique - General | Benton, Arkansas, United States
Total Song Plays: 2,071   
Member Since: 2013
   Last Login: 6/22/2021
   Sounds Like: Paul Mauriat, John Tesh

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Story Behind the Song

A simple rag time piece, similar to the beginning of the 20th century. Such as the genre of, "The Entertainer" by Scott Joplin.

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You've got it down! Nice to hear this style not neccesarily played by a carousel. I always wondered."what the heck kind of music is that? It does not synchronize exactly with the rise and fall of the horses." How surreal it is, but we accept it as normal when youre very young. And why not? Sounds like maybe something from the turn of the last century played on the "boardwalk". Original phrasing somewhat still acceptable to the listener as being normal, but yet is sometimes irregular in length or is interupted at a somewhat unconventional time. A wonderful type ragtime songs with a slite twist here or there.Its perfectly good however as the feel is universal and the composer dictates their own rules. The chords are very much in keeping with a standard ragtime progression broken up with some rhythmical statements to accent the style more. I like the feel a lot and hope there is more of this type comming because its style is uniquely fun to hear and "bounce" to ! In spite of what the stiff horses may do. VERY GOOD, chord progressions seem very smooth and orthodox to sloghtly out of tune upright piano too! Pianos were the standard universal instrument and every home almost had one. The Rhytmn was pronounced with heavy chord striking to get the feel of pulsating with the sound!The "Gay Nineties" (happy) are back again! 1890's. Up to the 1930's even.

    - jim Finan

So, yeah, bartender, whatch ya got that's hot? My wife's done a left me and I need to git schnockrd. Heh. ... OK, that's what entered my mind while listening to this pianist playing an old-style piano in a saloon some time ago perhaps. Perfect music for old-time, and I mean old-time country western movie clips or possible scenes depicting puppets or vaudeville type messages.

    - Fred Flintstone

Song Length
2:02
Genres
Classical - General, Classical - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Fast (151 - 170)
Lead Vocal
Instrumental
Mood
Content

Subject Matter
Happiness
Similar Artist
John Tesh
Language
No Language
Era
1900 - 1920

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