The boogie was originally played on the piano in boogie-woogie music and adapted to guitar. Boogie-woogie is a style of blues piano playing characterized by an up-tempo rhythm, a repeated melodic pattern in the bass, and a series of improvised variations in the treble. Boogie woogie developed from a piano style that developed in the rough barrelhouse bars in the Southern states, where a piano player performed for the hard-drinking patrons. Wayne Schmidt remarks that with boogie-woogie songs, the "bass line isn't just a time keeper or 'fill' for the right hand"; instead, the bassline has equal importance to the right hand's melodic line. He argues that many boogie-woogie basslines use a "rising/falling sequence of notes" called walking bass line.
Boogie is a compilation album of both previously released and unreleased tracks by the American band The Jackson 5. It was released after the release of the Jacksons studio albumDestiny in 1979. Boogie is considered the rarest of all Jackson 5 or Jacksons releases, as not many albums were pressed and fewer were sold at the time.
Five of the seven songs are unpublished productions by Hal Davis; some are in the line of "Pride and Joy" on "Joyful Jukebox Music" as "I Was Made To Love Her" and "Love's Gone Bad". The sweetness of "One Day I'll Marry You", following the sessions for "Never Can Say Goodbye", might have its place in albums like Maybe Tomorrow and Got to Be There. "Oh, I've Been Blessed" is produced by Bobby Taylor, recorded in the early beginnings of Motown group. "Penny Arcade" is the vein of Lookin' Through the Windows.
Boogie is an American rapper, from Compton, California. His debut mixtape, Thirst 48, was released on June 24, 2014, followed by his next mixtape, The Reach which was released a year later.
Boogie was born in Compton, California but spent most of his years in Long Beach. He went to school for engineering, which kickstarted his career in recording music. He is also a single father of his son, working in part time jobs and eventually, rapping became his full time career.
Boogie started rapping during high school, freestyle rapping with his friends in cyphers at school. His first mixtape, Thirst 48, on June 24, 2014. His second mixtape, titled The Reach, was released a year later. In August 2015, it was announced that Boogie was signed on Interscope Records.
In shooting, a shot grouping, or simply grouping, is the placement of multiple shots on a target, the shots taken in one shooting session. The closeness of the grouping, the nearness of all the shots to each other, is a measure of the accuracy of a weapon, and a measure of the shooter's consistency and skill.
Uses of the term
For firearms that shoot one round at a time, a shot grouping can be used to measure the accuracy of the system comprised out of weapon as well as the precision and uniformity of the ammunition by fixing the weapon into position on a test mount, and aiming it at a target. Multiple shots using rounds from same type and batch are fired to observe how the weapon groups the shots. If a person holds the weapon and shoots it, the grouping measures the combination of the person's skill and the weapon's accuracy.
In shotgun shooting, the grouping is also called the pattern. The pattern is the spread of shot from a single shotgun shell, measured as the smallest circle containing all the shots on the target. The barrel of a shotgun is designed to deliver a wide or narrow grouping, depending on the expected use. Shooting at close range indicates a cylinder bore barrel to deliver a wide grouping, while for hunting at longer distances such as 50 yards or meters, a choke is recommended for a tighter grouping.
The 1994 Group was a coalition of smaller research-intensive universities in the United Kingdom, founded in 1994 to defend these universities' interests following the creation of the Russell Group by larger research-intensive universities earlier that year.
The 1994 Group originally represented seventeen universities, rising to nineteen, and then dropping to eleven. The Group started to falter in 2012, when a number of high performing members left to join the Russell Group. The 1994 Group ultimately dissolved in November 2013.
The group sought "to represent the views of its members on the current state and the future of higher education through discussions with the government, funding bodies, and other higher education interest groups" and "[made] its views known through its research publications and in the media".