Secrets - Music


  • Secrets (post-hardcore band), an American five piece post-hardcore band from San Diego, California
  • Secrets, an American fusion jazz band that preceded the Dave Matthews Band
  • Secrets (Herbie Hancock album), an 1976 album by Herbie Hancock
  • Secrets (Robert Palmer album), a 1979 album by Robert Palmer
  • Secrets (The Dooleys album), a 1981 album by UK pop group The Dooleys
  • Secrets (Allan Holdsworth album), a 1989 album by Allan Holdsworth
  • Secrets (Nicki French album), the 1995 debut album by Nicki French
  • Secrets (Toni Braxton album), a 1996 album by Toni Braxton
  • Secrets (The Human League album), a 2001 album by The Human League
  • Secrets (Allison Crowe album), a 2004 album by Allison Crowe
  • Secrets, the debut double album by The Divine Madness
  • Secrets, a 1977 album by Con Funk Shun
  • "Secrets" (OneRepublic song), a 2009 song by OneRepublic from their second album Waking Up
  • "Secrets" (Tears for Fears song), a song on Tears for Fears's 1996 album Raoul and the Kings of Spain
  • "Secrets" (Van Halen song), a song on Van Halen's 1982 album Diver Down
  • "Secrets" (Grinspoon song), a 2000 song on Grinspoon's album Easy
  • "Secrets" (Nicki French song), a 1995 song by Nicki French from the album Secrets
  • "Secrets" (Opshop song), a 2003 song by Opshop
  • "Secrets", a song on The Pierces' 2008 album Thirteen Tales of Love and Revenge
  • "Secrets", a song on Anastacia's 2002 album Freak of Nature
  • "Secrets", a song on The Cure's 1980 album Seventeen Seconds
  • "Secrets", a song on Loverboy's 1997 album Six
  • "Secrets" and "The Source of Secrets", songs from Mike Oldfield's Tubular Bells III album
  • "Secrets", a song on The Zutons's album Tired of Hanging Around
  • "Secrets", a song by progressive metal band Symphony X, from their 1995 album The Damnation Game
  • "Secrets", a song by English hip hop trio N-Dubz, from their debut album, Uncle B
  • "Secrets", a 1965 song by Shirley Bassey, written by Pat Napper

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Music Therapy
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Bass Guitar
... replaced the double bass in popular music as the bass instrument in the rhythm section ... by the bassist vary widely from one style of music to another, the bassist fulfills a similar role in most types of music anchoring the harmonic framework and laying down the beat ... The bass guitar is used in many styles of music including rock, metal, pop, punk rock, country, reggae, gospel, blues, and jazz ...
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Famous quotes containing the word music:

    Music is either sacred or secular. The sacred agrees with its dignity, and here has its greatest effect on life, an effect that remains the same through all ages and epochs. Secular music should be cheerful throughout.
    Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe (1749–1832)

    It is from the blues that all that may be called American music derives its most distinctive character.
    James Weldon Johnson (1871–1938)

    The basic difference between classical music and jazz is that in the former the music is always greater than its performance—Beethoven’s Violin Concerto, for instance, is always greater than its performance—whereas the way jazz is performed is always more important than what is being performed.
    André Previn (b. 1929)