Perhaps the answer lies within... ...that each decision we make is like one of those children's books wherein you change the outcome with seemingly every random choice you make throughout the book (or your life) ...your life may depend on if you ju
He's one of the greats, no doubt. Reminds me of waiting at the music store for my son to finish his piano lesson about 25 years ago. Some young man was quietly playing guitar through an amp, and I asked him to show me how to make that sound with ha
Seeing a live performance of a song often gives me more appreciation of the piece. I've never been that fond of "The Ocean," but I sure enjoyed that clip. I love the guitar, particularly the chords near the end. Thanks!
I lived in record stores in my youth. Valley Records in Mill Valley, CA was a magnet for emerging talent at the time. I met Elvis Costello, Huey Lewis, and many others, just there to find old LP's. My favorites were Tower Records in SF, and The Reco
Apparently he's been known to do that. http://www.cnn.com/2015/05/28/living/feat-racist-dr-seuss-drawing/index.html Quote:Dr. Seuss' history of creating offensive caricatures isn't a secret. His World War II depictions of Japanese people have draw
Eddie Van Halen was involved with the "What it means to be American" series at the Smithsonian last Feb. He donated some guitars too. I have always been a huge fan of him and his playing. and his new amp..using GoPros. Ah..to be youn
Originally Posted By: MacGizmoZia Records has been around for decades here. I remember taking all my cassette tapes in for trade-in dollars to buy CDs. Plus, they have the best collection of obscure music you can find, if you're into that sort of thi
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