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The British Invasion Issue Date: 08-08-1999

Cool Spots imagePut on your go-go boots and get ready to do "the jerk"! Relive the 1960s pop music experience at www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/80244/British-Invasion. As soon as you log on, you'll know you're into something good, baby. The history, the music, the fashion, the fans...it's all here. Lots of groovin' tunes and hip videos give this site energy, so you can get lost in the '60s. Then check out the trading cards for highlights of all the bands, like The Animals, The Troggs and the Zombies. You'll love them, ya, ya, ya! The British Invasion created some of the most influential music of our century and kept crowds screaming for years. If you weren't there when it happened, you'll want to get in on the fun of the cyber invasion. This is one site that will have you feeling glad all over!

Visit: www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/80244/British-Invasion
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Songs And Rhymes Of All Nations Issue Date: 04-18-1999

Cool Spots imageLearn the tunes and poems that kids grow up with all over the planet by paying a visit to Mama Lisa. Give her a buzz at www.mamalisa.com/world and you'll be "Yankee Doodling" and "Frere Jacque-ing around the clock. Just click on a continent or a country name, and explore. With music samples and lyrics right there, why not have a sing-along? From Apache chants to Portuguese dances, you'll find a window to the world through rhymes. Find out what Italian kids call out while they're catching fireflies and what Japanese kids sing instead of "Rain, Rain, Go Away!" when they're stomping through puddles. So, click and be jolly, for now and all time. Your computer's the source for many a rhyme. (Disclaimer: This site now contains advertisements.)

Visit: www.mamalisa.com/world
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Sing Along with Kermit Issue Date: 07-05-1998

Cool Spots imageJoin your favorite Muppets for the sing-along of a lifetime at the Muppets Movies Lyric Archive. Follow the rollicking sounds to www.whysanity.net/muppets and get in tune with Kermit the Frog, Fozzie Bear and Rowlf. The Web site, dedicated to Jim Henson and Richard Hunt, features lyrics from "The Muppet Movie," "The Great Muppet Caper" and "The Muppets Take Manhattan." Plus, there's movie dialogue and photos of your favorite Muppets characters. From "The Rainbow Connection" to "The Muppet Baby Song," you'll be singing, dancing and laughing along with this classic gang. Be sure to save a dance for Miss Piggy!

Visit: www.whysanity.net/muppets
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Play It Loud Issue Date: 06-21-1998

Cool Spots imageWhether it's rock 'n' roll, jazz or the blues, there's no mistaking the brash sounds of the electric guitar. Thanks to the Lemelson Center's Rise of the Electric Guitar Web site, you'll be able to meet the makers and players of this musical breakthrough at http://invention.smithsonian.org/centerpieces/electricguitar/theguitars.htm. You'll discover how the guitar was invented and how famous makers, from Gibson to Rickenbacker influenced its design. For those new to the guitar, audio clips demonstrate how the instrument works. Plus, there are profiles on such guitar legends as Buddy Holly, Jimi Hendrix and the Rolling Stones. It's time to strap on a Fender Stratocaster and make some noise!

Visit: http://invention.smithsonian.org/centerpieces/electricguitar/theguitars.htm
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A Great Day in Harlem Issue Date: 02-01-1998

Cool Spots imageIt all started out with one photograph taken in 1958 by Art Kane. The picture featured many of the greats of the jazz world, who gathered in Harlem for this special photo shoot. What resulted was a snapshot of jazz that captured the music world's imagination and gave way to a documentary film. A Great Day in Harlem brings you back to this special era. Head for Harlem by going back in time to www.harlem.org. You'll meet legendary musicians like Count Basie, Dizzy Gillespie, Maxine Sullivan and Lester Young. If you're an aspiring drummer or a budding saxophone master, you'll love the opportunity to search the site by the instrument of your choice. Get ready to hum to the sounds of One Day in Harlem!

Visit: www.harlem.org
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