It's just different

Traditional vs. Alternative vs. Non-Traditional Education

By: RKT

A contrast & Comparison: by RKT

In the world of Education -

One students approach to learning may not be the same as another.

Even though the Subject is only the facts.



In this experience of contrast and comparison

I will present the Classic 1940 In the Mood- Big Band Song that Glen Miller Changed the world with.


We shall begin with the Traditional

and then journey to the Alternative

and ending with the Non-Traditional


All of which is a contrast and comparison of Education.


RKT

In The Mood : Glen Miller

Using the Classic Big Band Song of Glen Miller


This is one of the most recognizable and popular Big Band songs. When Billboard published its very first sales chart in July 1940, Miller was the top band leader in the world and had 3 of the top 10 places. It was a US #1 for 13 weeks and was Glenn Miller's biggest ever hit.

Traditional

Glenn Miller-In The Mood

It actually has lyrics...

Who's the loving daddy with the beautiful eyes
What a pair o' shoes, I'd like to try 'em for size
I'll just tell him, "Baby, won't you swing it with me"
Hope he tells me maybe, what a wing it will be
So, I said politely "Darling may I intrude"
He said "Don't keep me waiting when I'm in the mood"

First I held him lightly and we started to dance
Then I held him tightly what a dreamy romance
And I said "Hey, baby, it's a quarter to three
There's a mess of moonlight, won't you share it with me"
"Well" he answered "Baby, don't you know that it's rude
To keep my two lips waiting when they're in the mood"

In the mood, that's what he told me
In the mood, and when he told me
In the mood, my heart was skipping
It didn't take me long to say "I'm in the mood now"

In the mood for all his kissing
In the mood his crazy loving
In the mood what I was missing
It didn't take me long to say "I'm in the mood now"

So, I said politely "Darling may I intrude"
He said "Don't keep me waiting when I'm in the mood"

"Well" he answered "Baby, don't you know that it's rude
To keep my two lips waiting when they're in the mood"

Who's the loving daddy with the beautiful eyes
What a pair o' shoes, I'd like to try 'em for size
I'll just tell him, "Baby, won't you swing it with me"
Hope he tells me maybe, what a wing it will be
So, I said politely "Darling may I intrude"
He said "Don't keep me waiting when I'm in the mood"

First I held him lightly and we started to dance
Then I held him tightly what a dreamy romance
And I said "Hey, baby, it's a quarter to three
It's a mess of moonlight, won't you share it with me"
"Well" he answered "Baby, don't you know that it's rude
To keep my two lips waiting when they're in the mood"

Alternative

This was based on a song called "Tar Paper Stomp" which was recorded in 1930 by Joseph "Wingy" Manone, who was a bandleader from New Orleans.

Alexeproducer

In The Mood - Glen Miller (Alex E Remix) by Alexeproducer

Non - Tradional


"In The Mood" is an expression that indicates a desire to have sex. It's pretty innocent now, but was a little racy at the time.

DylanPhilyaw

In The Mood(Glen Miller) by DylanPhilyaw

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