Music

Learn and Apply Music Theory for Guitar - The Circle of Fifths for Guitarists
Learn and Apply Music Theory for Guitar - The Circle of Fifths for Guitarists

Review: What I love is that this book is easy to follow. It introduces one concept and then builds on it logically and even after reading a few pages, I have learned more than I have ever known about music theory and how it is structured. Read more

Pride And Prejudice Music From The Motion Picture Soundtrack Piano Solo
Pride And Prejudice Music From The Motion Picture Soundtrack Piano Solo

Review: I adore this movie and love listening to this relaxing and powerful soundtrack and getting swept away, as if I'm watching the movie again. I would truly recommend this soundtrack. A must have for the person who collects film scores. Read more

Music from the Motion Picture Soundtrack (Easy Piano)
Music from the Motion Picture Soundtrack (Easy Piano)

Review: I adore this movie and love listening to this relaxing and powerful soundtrack and getting swept away, as if I'm watching the movie again. I would truly recommend this soundtrack. A must have for the person who collects film scores. Read more

Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star
Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star

Review: This story is not long (it's literally just the song), but it's really fun. Our kids love when we sing this story to them, and they even like to turn the pages and sing it to themselves sometimes. The illustrations are so well done, too. I definitely recommend it. Read more

A Treasury of Favorite Show Tunes - and More for Piano and Guitar
A Treasury of Favorite Show Tunes - and More for Piano and Guitar

Review: It's a great songbook for someone like me who cannot play piano very well. I knew almost all the songs, which is not very often true with other books. I also like the spiral binding so the book stays open on my keyboard. A good buy. Read more

Forever Young
Forever Young

Review: Love the book, but not happy with the service.
The professional, paper book cover was delivered wrinkled and torn.
I needed for a gift, so I emailed right away, but received no response.
The system that is supposed to handle problems, definitely needs to be updated and be made more "people who have given you years of service" user friendly. This one should have definitely been replaced, especially since it was given in memory of a great, "guitar-playing virtuoso, who went to heaven far ... Read more

Luck or Something Like It: A Memoir
Luck or Something Like It: A Memoir

Review: I am a die hard Kenny Rogers fan and see him in concert as much as possible. I just loved his book and would suggest this for any Kenny fan or anyone who wants to read a good book. I am passing this on to my family and friends. Read more

Pale Blue Dot a Vision of the Human Futu
Pale Blue Dot a Vision of the Human Futu

Review: This profound Carl Sagan book does not include the wonderful color illustrations as the earlier version contains. Consequently, it is like a National Graphic Magazine without the pictures.

I love the words of Dr. Sagan, but words plus the spectacular pictures truly make "music."

Following is the edition you should get. I threw away the "Pale Blue Dot" paperback I received yesterday and today ordered a used hardback:

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Hardcover: 429 pages
Publisher: Rando... Read more

and Drugs with the Grateful Dead - My Three Decades of Drumming
and Drugs with the Grateful Dead - My Three Decades of Drumming

Review: This is the Grateful Dead Bill Kreutzmann's long awaited book and it doesn't disappoint. Kreutzmann is a founding member of the Grateful Dead and was a friend of Jerry Garcia from the time he was twelve years old. Few people have known Jerry Garcia better than Bill Kreutzmann. This book is more than a history of the Grateful Dead. It is an expression of the whole Grateful Dead concept. You learn about the relationship of band members to each other and to others. You learn about the three (at lea... Read more

On Loving Elvis Presley - and Songs in Between
On Loving Elvis Presley - and Songs in Between

Review: I wanted to like this book, but all the Elvis stuff is the same stories told by many others, very little new information here! How many times she uses the same words to describe Elvis and Bruce is insane! She uses handsome and athletic over and over. This story feels whitewashed to me. Linda comes off as perfect in every way! It does however validate my opinion of David Foster! Read more

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