Ring of Fire (1963)
Johnny Cash


Johnny Cash – “Ring of Fire”Johnny_Cash_Ring_Of_Fire_The_Best_Of_Johnny_Cash.jpg

Starting his career in Nashville Johnny Cash defined country for the last four decades. He started his individual mix of country, gospel & blues. Johnny Cash’s song Ring of Fire, released on March 25, 1963, has a 4 by 4 beat repetition. This song was written with a blues influence, the way that much of his music was, which helped him with his music career. The genre of this song is Country



You oughta know (1974)
Alanis morissette


Alanis Morissette – “You Oughta Know”

Alanis Morissette was born June 1, 1974 and she is a Canadian-American singer/songwriter. She wrote, "You Oughta Know" in 1995, and its genre is Hard Rock, Alternative Rock, Post-Grunge. This song has a jazz background. It uses the scratch drums and the piano. The song also has a 4 by 4 beat repetition.



Mr. Jones
Counting Crows


Counting Crows – “Mr. Jones”

Mr. Jones was put on the Top 40 Charts, on February 19,1994 and entered the Top 10 five weeks later. Then, on April 23, Mr. Jones became number one. Mr. Jones uses a tambourine and a 4 by 4 beat repetition. It has a jazz inspired background. It was released in March 1993 and it runs 4 minutes and 44 seconds long. The genre of this song is Rock



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