Bells And Whistles Quotes by Gary Woodland, Carrie Underwood, Maureen Dowd, Cassadee Pope, Jim Lehrer, Kelsea Ballerini and many others.
Life’s not always going to be bells and whistles.
I respect country music because I feel like it’s more about the talent and the songwriting and I put on a big show and we have a lot of stuff, but I feel confident in myself enough as an artist and a singer that I can have all of those fun toys and know that we don’t need all the bells and whistles either.
Digital platforms are worthless without content. They’re shiny sacks with bells and whistles, but without content, they’re empty sacks. It is not about pixels versus print. It is not about how you’re reading. It is about what you’re reading.
The ‘Hey Monday’ songs were always glammed up to be this big production, and I definitely want there to be some bells and whistles like synth or drum loops, but for the most part, I want a simple yet powerful production.
If people want bells and whistles and all of that, there are bells and whistles available. If they don’t want bells and whistles there are places to go where they are not available.
I love when an artist can stand by themselves and play their guitar and hold a crowd, but I also love bells and whistles.
Like, when I write a song, the song comes first before production. Everything is written on an acoustic guitar so you can strip away everything from it and have it be equally as entertaining and good without the bells and whistles.
We must permeate the stores with creativity and offer service when and to the degree the customer wants it. Of course, it means offering all the omni bells and whistles they want, like in-store pickup, same-day delivery, and mobile point of sale, and all of this must be done every hour of every day the store is open.
The Apple has the fewest bells and whistles. It has simple sound and few graphics special effects. In a way, that is a weakness because markets for the other machines are getting bigger.
There is a lot of talk in publishing these days that we need to become more like the Internet: We need to make books for short attention spans with bells and whistles – books, in short, that are as much like ‘Angry Birds’ as possible. But I think that’s a terrible idea.
So many people are accustomed to written information that you really have to have a few more bells and whistles in this day and age.
Why did they keep changing guitars and amplifiers when they were perfect? They did the same things with cars, if you ask me. They forgot how to make them right, because they focused on style and bells and whistles.
Even with all its political bells and whistles, the Obamacare plans increasingly resemble Medicaid in terms of networks and drug lists.
I’m not somebody who can tell if the song is good enough to be pushed until I hear what it sounds like after all the bells and whistles are put on it.
What I like about Kickstarter is it helps games that people want to play still get made, even if you don’t pump $20 million dollars into it to try and meet all the stupid bells and whistles that publishers feel must be in games nowadays.
We want a book to be a book. We’ll have all the interactive bells and whistles but our intent is to engage young people in reading, not to show them a movie.
When making any record, a producer has a list of things you hope an artist brings to the studio. Songs that are strong even without the bells and whistles.
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