Gerri Elder is a content producer and social media strategist who has worked full-time on Internet development and marketing since Her current projects … More about Gerri Elder …. Every second Tuesday, we send a newsletter with useful techniques on front-end and UX. Some CD covers feature heavily edited and airbrushed vanity photos of the musicians or recording artists. Thankfully, others are much more creative and work to create a cover image that reflects the mood, attitude or feel of the music it promotes. The CD cover art designs and concepts featured in this showcase present dramatic, quirky, unusual or unique artwork.
The music soundtrack of the BioShock series is composed of licensed music from the s, s, and s, as well as an original orchestral score by Garry Schyman. The original score for BioShock was composed by Garry Schyman. A selection of tracks was released to fans for free on August 24, in MP3 format via the official 2K Games website. A soundtrack was released to German consumers, containing all the same tracks as Orchestral Score , but with dubbed recordings from the game in between the songs, such as the speech of Andrew Ryan that plays when entering Rapture in the beginning of the game. The entire soundtrack for BioShock was collected on a vinyl record and included with the Special Edition of BioShock 2.
The jazz world has been renowned for producing a steady stream of super-talented virtuoso musicians — namely saxophonists, trumpeters, pianists, guitarists, and drummers — but it has also given us wonderful exponents of what is arguably the oldest and most personal musical instrument of them all: the human voice. With such an overwhelming amount of talent to consider, that makes it nigh-on impossible to compile a list of the 50 best jazz singers of all time. So jazz, as the following list of the 50 best jazz singers of all time confirms, has produced a welter of wonderful and contrasting voices, both male and female, over the years. A child tap dancer born into a musical Italian-American family from New Jersey, Carlo Jackie Paris started his music career leading a jazz trio in which he played guitar and sang. He toured with Charlie Parker in the early 50s, a decade in which he recorded several albums and won a clutch of awards.