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Be Smart; Make Smart Choices While Buying Your Power Tools

Living among the many power tools, we have grown way more addicted than we realise in our daily lives. From the moment we wake up the ringing alarm to the moment we sleep, our automated life has more or less, embraces the automation that technologies provide.

Blogs such provides a quintessential outlook on the various tools and gears that forms a part and parcel of our daily lives. While such blog posts do not choose the right products on our behalf, but certainly help us decide which one to include in the top five or top ten from among the countless types.

Among garden power tools, some of the most commonly used tools are Air paint sprayer, weed trimmer, leaf blower, etc. The latter comes in various forms such as handheld, walk behind and backpack leaf blower configuration. The equipment helps in blowing away both the dried and wet leaves from your yard with minimal efforts and within no time.

A handheld is quite portable and handy and is best suited for smaller yards. However, if your yard is big enough, then you better not strain your hands with a handheld. Go for a backpack instead and share the weight of the leaf blower on your back and shoulder.

Some of the best models are featured in grey comb’s blog articles- Husqvarna 350BT, Echo PB-580T, etc.

The list is prepared keeping in mind the various features based on which a customer should look for the best, equipped and suitable model. While conducting a cost benefit analysis, the articles also highlight the best features, the reliable ones and the ones that consumers should be aware about.

Consumerism after all, is the heated topic of today’s trend. Be prudent, and everything else will fall in place!

1970s Rock Music

1970 Rock music is part of the popular genre because people are looking for something original and classic. It was said that rock music of the 1970s was far better than the style that people hear today because 1970s rock music was a legitimate form of music. There were composers who were very talented from rock music in the 1970s, and many were even considered Masters.

The 1970s rock era increasingly looks like the last big era of rock music experimentation and creative upheaval. When I consider the range and diversity of music that is being produced and sold well, Joni Mitchell, Bob Marley, Stevie Wonder, Bob Dylan, and Led Zeppelin came to mind as the top producer of 1970s rock music.

20 rock songs, (or related sub-genres) in the 1970s are:

  1. Stairway to Heaven – Led Zeppelin
  2. Imagine – John Lennon
  3. Hotel California – The Eagles
  4. What Happens – Marvin Gaye
  5. Born to Run – Bruce Springsteen
  6. Layla – Derek and Domino
  7. Superstition – Stevie Wonder
  8. Bohemian Rhapsody – Queen
  9. Troubled Bridge Over Water – Simon and Garfunkel
  10. Let’s Stay Together – Al Green
  11. Leave It – The Beatles
  12. Maggie May – Rod Stewart
  13. American Pie – Don McLean
  14. Will Not Be Fooled Again – Who
  15. Stayin ‘Alive – The Bee Gees
  16. Free Birds – Lynyrd Skynyrd
  17. Brown Sugar – The Rolling Stones
  18. Let’s Do It – Marvin Gaye
  19. Go Your Way Way – Fleetwood Mac
  20. Papa Was A Rollin ‘Stone – The Temptations

1970 Rock has several sub-genres, some of which include progressive rock, heavy metal, and punk rock.

Music Guide – A Brief History of Music

In this article we will present a brief history of musical theater from the beginning to the present day.

Musical actually began with ancient Greeks playing with songs. Even though they were not called music at that time, that was indeed them. The music is rough according to today’s standards and the stories are not very well done, again by today’s standards, but this is the beginning of what will become a modern musical.

In the 1700s there was a lot of stage entertainment, although once again they were not called musicals. The first English language work that has eternal value is The Beggar’s Opera which was carried out in 1728. It was a satire hoax. This is a typical type of entertainment that will be discovered until the 1800s.

Musical, as we know it today, began in the 1800s with French and Vienna Operettas. The works of Offenbach and Strauss are the first musicals to achieve international popularity.

Contemporary Broadway musicals, as we know them today, take their shape from this opera and are done in what we call Minstrel Shows. This finally gave way to a new musical form known as Vaudeville.

It wasn’t until 1860 with the success of the American musical Black Crook that it really began to take off. During this time we were treated to the great works of Gilbert and Sullivan from 1871 to 1896.

During the early 1900s, composers such as George M. Cohan and Victor Herbert gave musical sounds and new styles that are still popular today. This style was later updated by composers such as Jerome Kern, Guy Boulton and P.G. Wodehouse.

In the 1930s American musicals had achieved popularity as they had never seen before, with composers such as Rogers and Hart and Cole Porter dominating the era.

In the 40s and 50s we were treated to some of the biggest musicals in the so-called modern era. This musical includes classics such as Oklahoma, Annie Get Your Gun, Kiss Me Kate, The King and I, My Fair Lady, and the list goes on for miles.

In the 1960s we saw very good musicals such as Hello Dolly, Fiddler On The Roof, and Hair, which was the first musical in the United States to feature naked actors.