Why the heck should I care tempo itself? Well, Is This True? – motion is given away by speed! Yup – exhibit 33 ->Sexy + Dangerous + Justin Timberlake *predicts* sexual foreboding in the frequency of the piece.

I am The Walrus is a song written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney and performed by the Beatles. The song was written as a reply to LET IT BE, wherein John thought that Paul was taking the band in a church-like direction. After writing the song John said, “Let them [the music reviewers] try and figure *that* one out!”

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Justin Timberlaske – SEXYBACK

Justin Timberlake has made a push to become the modern Chairman of The Board, Mr. Frank Sinatra. He has claimed to the messenger of “Sexy” – he tells us he realize that the “other boys” don’t know how to act. At the same time he tells us this message at the strict drum machine pattern set to a drum machine. Timberlake and Timbaland stick to an ultra-strict tempo track.

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What you see is the speed of the song itself. I call it a “mean” speed as any introductions or fade outs that are not part of the song are cut out. Judgment call. How do I determine where a beat is located, where four machines already read 117.ooo beats per minute? My answer is twofold:
1) I follow the simple but rigorous methodology as described on this site;
2) I follow my ear, as the average reasonable listener and musician – every measure has one space where the main ‘beat’ is felt (ask any professional dancer!) – whether such beat is silent or the highest dynamic in the measure.
song=”SexyBack””SexyBack” is a song written and performed by the American singer Justin Timberlake for his second solo album

It features Timbaland on backing vocals, and earned Timberlake and Timbaland the 2007 Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording. It was produced by Timbaland, Timberlake and Nate “Danja” Hills and released as the album’s lead single on July 7, 2006. “SexyBack” is Timberlake’s most successful single in Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, United Kingdom and United States, reaching the number one spot in all of these countries.


“SexyBack” was the longest-running number one single of 2006 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, staying seven weeks at the top, and the second-longest chart-topping single released that year, behind only Beyonce’s “Irreplaceable“, which spent ten weeks at number one — 3 weeks in 2006 and 7 weeks in 2007.

This song made the seventh-biggest jump to number one in Billboard Hot 100 history. Climbing 30 spots from #31 landing it at the summit of the chart on September 9, 2006.

“SexyBack” ended 2006 as the 10 best selling single of the year in the UK.

“SexyBack” ended 2006 as the 19 most played single of the year in Latin America, where it peaked at #4, giving Timberlake his most successful single there, and placing him at #28 on the Artist Chart of the Year.

Meanspeed Music Summary, calibration by Artful John, supervised by James C.C. Manning –

performer=Justin Timberlake featuring Timbaland
beats measured=4,212
total time elapsed=2,160.04 seconds
mean beat count per trial=468
average time per trial=240.0 seconds
average beat=0.5128 seconds
mean emotion according to mean speed music theory=foreboding
mean slow phase=1.95 cycles per second
corresponding pitch=499.20 hertz
speed graphs=mean speed music proof. © 2007. free use by request.
Kind=Protected AAC audio file
size=4 MB
Bit rate=128 kbps
Profile=Low Complexity
Channels=Stereo
FairPlay Version=2

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I. Andrew Schneider

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English: Actor and musician Justin Timberlake at the 83rd Academy Awards. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Author: Schneider

Recovering from 5 brain operations, savage subarachnoid aneurysm. Member of New York bar, May 1991-peresent. "Nothing can stop the man with right mental attitude from achieving his goal; nothing on earth can help the man with the wrong mental attitude" - THOMAS JEFFERSON