The first book I ever read by Louis L’Amour was “Hondo.” I subsequently read “Mustang Man” and then “The Quick and the Dead,” and then I had to collect, invest[ . . . ]
The ‘70s were all about dangerous Dobermans. “The Amazing Dobermans,” “The Doberman Gang” “Daring Dobermans,” “Trapped,” even one of my favorite Columbo episodes, “How to Dial a Murder” featured[ . . . ]
I was a child in the seventies and had the great fortune of being raised in a house of music. Because of this, I became a musician and vocalist myself as a teenager.
It was Bach’s Bouree alone that got me interested in classical guitar and a lifelong obsession and passion for his work and the classical guitar instrument. I started as a[ . . . ]
This book reads like a modern-day version of Thucydides, the Greek historian, The History of the Peloponnesian War and the corruption of language.
John Barry is hands down my favorite film composer of all time. I was singing “Born Free” at age three and fell in love with “Diamonds Are Forever” as a[ . . . ]
In the words of Paul McCartney, “Baby, I’m Amazed…” Music Reading for Guitar by David Oakes is the book truly changed my life and I am reading music once and[ . . . ]
“Don’t talk unless you can improve the silence.” – Jorge Luis Borges I think the same could be said of guitarists, or singers for that matter, relating to this quote.[ . . . ]
No lack of substance here (literally). True, some readers, reviewers and fans might be disappointed by the terse, tenuous and to-the-point chapters of Scott Weiland’s autobiography. However, I found his[ . . . ]
I have been reading Harry Bosch novels for years and also enjoy the Amazon series “Bosch.” “Trunk Music” was the first Connelly book I read and have not stopped reading[ . . . ]