- Alternative & Modern Rock
- Classic Rock
- Country & Southern Rock
- Early & Roots Rock
- Funk & Reggae
- Hard Rock & Classic Metal
- Industrial, Dance & Electronica
- Jazz & Fusion
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- Modern Metal & Thrash
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This is the newest edition of the Carnival of Rock 'n' Roll, a blog carnival hosted here on the Soul of Rock 'n' Roll. As there have been before, there were some interesting contributions definitely worth checking out.
Sheena Metal over at Music Highway, submitted another two interesting pieces called: Be Committed...You'll Never Be Famous If You Don't Show Up!
Tim Abbott from Walking in Berkshires talks a bit about cover songs and makes some interesting points in: Take a Sad Song and Make it Better
Todd Howard takes an interesting look at his experience with a classic album, and some of the albums that have had the major impact on him on his first listen with: Zoom In Online - Thanks Dad: It All Started With Sgt. Pepper's...
Jon at the DC Traveler takes a look at the worlds oldest rock cover band doing "My Generation" in: An Interesting Version of The Who's "My Generation"
Mr. Besilly takes a look at Amy Winehouse here: Amy Winehouse Crosses The Pond
Jeremy Hobbs of Jeremy's Consumer Corner takes a listen to the new release from Linkin Park in: Linkin Park - Minutes to Midnight
Greg Porridge from Perfect Porridge reviews a show by the Black Rebel Motorcycle Club (A band I've been looking at a little myself) here: Review: Black Rebel Motorcyle Club (BRMC), The Cobbs, Eastern Conference Champions, First Avenue, Minneapolis, MN
The Weirdgirl from Music Musings talks a bit about how sometimes it's more about the singer than the song and Jasimine Whenham with: Let Me Hear You Say Hallelujah
And last but not least... Johnathan Deamer talks a bit about and with up and coming LA band Giant Drag in: Giant Drag interview: "My God, we're so gay!"
Thanks to everyone who submitted work to the carnival this month, these articles were all quite interesting reads including some of the most interesting I've seen in this carnival thus far.
If you submitted your work to the carnival, but it wasn't chosen, don't fret. There aren't a lot of standards to be included except to be directly about music, but I don't publish blatant advertisements, personal attacks on artists, celebrity gossip, things off topic or things I can't read (sorry, english only). Also, I'd appreciate if you only submit some of your best works, not short, few word posts and try to keep multiple submissions within reason, meaning you can send two or three articles at most, but not like six... if you Spam the carnival with entries or with articles off topic you won't be included.
I still appreciate your contribution even if I didn't choose to include it and hope you won't hesitate to submit new work to next month's carnival.
The next carnival will run on July 1st 2007. More information, the carnival archives and a link to the submission form can be found here: http://www.soulofrocknroll.com/?page_id=41