Davy Jones, member of the Monkees, played a cameo role on The Brady Bunch in the 1970s. The show was one in which Marcia, played by Maureen McCormick had a crush on the Monkee lead man, who at 66 years old earlier in 2012 joined all of our friends in heaven.
Not since Mickey Rooney had a man of such short stature been such a huge sex symbol, defying the stereotype, in being so short of stature yet just as tall sex symbol-itude. In regard to being the perfect gentleman, after Harry Connick Jr. hit the music scene did we see a man as able to hold both men and women in the palm of his hand with his perfectly pitched sweet tone and timing: nearly flawless.
As you can see in the tempo charts on this page, there are measures in this song of 81 measures which are as fast as 138 beats per minute, some as slow as 128 beats per minute: yet, given this range, at the end of the song when all trends are taken, *overall*, there is no acceleration or deceleration that is not perfectly placed without the aid of electronic devices. His whole era of innocence, which was embodied in the Golden Era Of The United Sates television program where the biggest problem people had was the non-problem of the cold war.
United States intelligence did a good job on that to the point that as much as people are driven by fear today, we were driven by love in the 1970s.
Rest in Peace Davy – say hello to Breitbart, Houston and Martin for everyone.
median expected tempo/mean speed=132.4 beats per minute
average beat as quarter note in common time=0.453.2 milliseconds
corresponding frequency=564.9 Hz where, in equal temperament where D#3/Eb5=554.9 Hz and D5=587.33 Hz.
songs withing 1% of GIRL
“Candyman,” Sammy Davis, Jr.
“When The World Is Running Down, You Make The best Of What’s Still Around/Bring On The Night,” Sting, the live Best Album of 1986 version featuring Kenny Kirkland, Darryl Jones, Omar Hakim, and Branford Marsalis
“Get Back,” Paul McCartney, live Tripping The Live Fantastic
“Talk About The Passion,” R.E.M.
Behind Blue Eyes, (part 2), The Who
Ian Andrew Schneider
mean speed® therapy
March 31, 2012