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Oww, so out of tune, bitch, what are you doin'? Come on—grrrr-argh-grarrrgh—wake up, Dusty. [Tuning up the guitar. Wang-tang, wow-wu-wup-oooo, bu-bu-bum, twang! Chu-chu-chu, chang! Bang!] Don't you just love that jangly guitar sound?

Author: Laura J. W. Ryan

Publisher: Laura J. W. Ryan

ISBN: 9780982491621

Category: Fiction

Page: 332

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For three years after Dad's death, his ghost remained seated at the kitchen table, puzzling over why no one but me could see him.
2009-03-21 By Laura J. W. Ryan

“If you'd have gone for the ice I planned on breaking your fingers, so keep that in mind.” “Broke fingers couldn't draw beer. You keep that in mind. Don't you just love this sound?” He changed the subject. The guitar music, drums, ...

Author: Carolyn Brown

Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.

ISBN: 9781492652694

Category: Fiction

Page: 672

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Two ebooks for the price of one! Old flames reunite for a second chance at love in this $4.99 ebook duo from beloved, bestselling author Carolyn Brown and rising star Nicole Helm. Includes an excerpt from Nicole Helm's new holiday romance, True-Blue Cowboy Christmas. Hell, Yeah: Cathy O'Dell has been all over the country, but she never felt at home until she moved into the tiny apartment at the back of the Honky Tonk beer joint. Now she figures she's here to stay, loving every minute of the rowdy crowd, down-home juke box music, and constant pool tournaments. She's a beautiful blonde with big blue eyes and enough sass to make a grown man beg for mercy. Then gorgeous, rich, oil man Travis Henry gets it into his fool head that Cathy deserves a better life—with him, of course—and the sparks start to fly so bad they're like to set fire to the beer joint, if they don't go up in flames themselves first! Outlaw Cowboy: Ever since his father's accident, Caleb promised his older sister that he'd fix his terrible reputation. But when Delia Rogers, the town's baddest of the bad girls, needs his help hiding from the cops, Caleb is torn between his squeaky new image and his outlaw roots. Delia's out of options, so asking her reformed ex for help is her only choice. When a helping hand and seriously close quarters turn into more, Delia can't help but fall all over again...but she has a secret that will ruin everything, unless they're both willing to leave their reputations behind for something much more lasting. Praise for Carolyn Brown: "The most difficult thing about reading a Brown book is putting it down." —Fresh Fiction "Carolyn Brown is a master storyteller who never fails to entertain." —Night Owl Reviews Praise for Nicole Helm: "Helm delves into the depths of her characters' emotions, revealing their foibles and making them incredibly human." —Publishers Weekly "A beautifully crafted romance." —USA Today HEA for Rebel Cowboy
2016-10-04 By Carolyn Brown

In The Runaways , I was still developing my own style as a guitar player , " she recalls . " So I wanted to ... I use it on two or three songs , and only in certain sections of those songs , and I just love it , " Ford raves . " The MXR ...

Author: Eilon Paz

Publisher: Ten Speed Press

ISBN: 9781984860613

Category: Music

Page: 512

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A deluxe photographic celebration of the unsung hero of guitar music—the effects pedal—featuring interviews with 100 musicians including Peter Frampton, Joe Perry, Jack White, and Courtney Barnett. Ever since the Sixties, fuzz boxes, wah-wahs, phase shifters, and a vast range of guitar effects pedals have shaped the sound of music as we know it. Stompbox: 100 Pedals of the World’s Greatest Guitarists is a photographic showcase of the actual effects pedals owned and used by Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Frank Zappa, Alex Lifeson, Andy Summers, Eric Johnson, Adrian Belew, Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, Ed O’Brien, J Mascis, Lita Ford, Joe Perry, Thurston Moore, Lee Ranaldo, Vernon Reid, Kaki King, Nels Cline and 82 other iconic and celebrated guitarists. These exquisitely textured fine-art photographs are matched with fresh, insightful commentary and colorfulroad stories from the artists themselves, who describe how these fascinating and often devilish devices shaped their sounds and songs.
2021-12-21 By Eilon Paz

( Laughs ) . I just love music . I love listening to music as much as I love playing it . It's all the same thing to me . SW : Did you ever think Jethro Tull would last so long ? MB : No , of course not . I mean , particularly in the ...

Author: Sterling C. Whitaker

Publisher: Booksurge

ISBN: 1591097584

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 300

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'Unsung Heroes of Rock Guitar' is a collection of in-depth Q&A interviews with fifteen of rock music's greatest, most under-rated guitarists. Many of these musicians have achieved worldwide success in the music business as members of famous bands, yet their individual names and faces often go unrecognized. 'Unsung Heroes of Rock Guitar' goes behind the scenes of some of the greatest classic rock music of all time to tell the true stories of bands like Kiss, Bachman Turner Overdrive, Jethro Tull, Kansas, Heart and Yes, from the perspective of the people who lived to tell it all.
2003-03-20 By Sterling C. Whitaker

But in walked Beverly Sills, who set music down in front of me. The page was ... There weren't any chord symbols or anything, so I just made a chord sheet for myself, with the bass line and ... JC: That's what I love about Tuck Andress.


Publisher: Mel Bay Publications

ISBN: 9781619110526

Category: Music

Page: 288

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Jazz Guitar/Reference. Features in-depth interviews with 22 of the industry's most notable guitar players. Jim Carlton's candid conversations render astute insight into revered jazz guitarists, the history and development of jazz guitar and the studio scene that flourished during its Golden Era to the present day. It's a book brimming with behind-the-scenes anecdotes, little-known vignettes and the stories behind many hit recordings. an often hilarious book that conveys the sense of humor and iconoclasm that's so prevalent among great artists.
2012-02-28 By JIM CARLTON

The name of your departed loved one is like music to your ears. Do you think I don't want to talk about my Mamaw? I have the guitar that she played when I was a toddler sitting beside my recliner in a guitar rack right now.

Author: Jason Harris

Publisher: Page Publishing Inc

ISBN: 9781662410451

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 150

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This book is for everyone who has lost a loved one or knows someone who has (which should include most people reading this). The topics of death, dying, funerals, and/or grief are typically as welcome as a time share presentation at the conclusion of a really great deal you got on a vacation package at a resort. It is the necessary evil at the end of the fun. In Good Grief. Celebrate Your Life, Jason gently steers the reader into a different perspective of each of these topics and offers hope and counsel to people who grope for answers in difficult situations: "What do I say to someone who is grieving?" "Why make a fuss over my funeral? I'll be dead and gone."The grief journey has a significant correlation to the funeral or memorial service (or lack thereof), which is why Jason suggests to celebrate your life or your loved one's life so that the journey of grief can, in fact, be good. Most everyone grieves (many more things than the death of a loved one). This book will help you not only in your personal journey of grief but also will guide you in ways to get your arms around others who are grieving, along with fun suggestions of celebrating the lives of your loved ones who are still here with you now.Get ready for an intimate, personal, one-on-one conversation with Jason, then use the information to help others celebrate life too.
2021-03-15 By Jason Harris

KJ: Well, I've always loved music. My husband did too. My sister and I when we were young we used to sing together all the time and now the funny thing about it, my father, ... He [her father] gave my son Tito a guitar. After I got ...

Author: Shmuley Boteach

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9780786751563

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 320

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In 2000-2001, Michael Jackson sat down with his close friend and spiritual guide, Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, to record what turned out to be the most intimate and revealing conversations of his life. It was Michael's wish to bare his soul and unburden himself to a public that he knew was deeply suspicious of him. The resulting thirty hours are the basis of The Michael Jackson Tapes. There has never been, and never will be, anything like them. In these searingly honest conversations, Michael exposes his emotional pain and profound loneliness, his longing to be loved, and the emptiness of his fame. You discover why he was suspicious of women and how only children provided the innocence for which he so desperately longed. In his own words, he takes us into the jarring moments of his childhood and speaks of the measures he took to try and heal. He divulges how he came to be alienated from his strong religious anchor and describes his views on the nature of faith. Michael brings us into his tortured yet loving relationship with his siblings. He opens up about his father and his yearning for a time when they might finally reconcile. He talks about his most personal friendships and shares with us his terror of growing old. Despite his unprecedented fame and recent death, there remain unanswered questions about his life. The answers, presented here in The Michael Jackson Tapes, will both intrigue and move you. You will be surprised, riveted, and troubled as you peer into the soul of a tragic icon whose life is an American morality tale and whose flame was extinguished much too early.
2009-09-25 By Shmuley Boteach

Tony Palmer: “We always think that the music of our youth is a golden age, but there is no doubt in my mind that the short period from 1966 to 1972 was a phenomenal moment in popular music history. I made a film some years later with ...

Author: Spencer Leigh

Publisher: McNidder & Grace

ISBN: 9780857161352

Category: Fiction

Page: 400

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Journalist, broadcaster and Beatles authority Spencer Leigh analyses and discusses the Beatles and their records with the help of his vast archive of recorded interviews about the Beatles – more than anyone in the world. Leigh has been interviewing musicians, roadies, fellow broadcasters and many others on his BBC Radio Merseyside programmes for over 30 years. This book draws upon that resource and the plethora of books about the Beatles that have preceded it. Each chapter is prefaced by the cultural or historic events of the times to put the music into context. This book will take you on an enjoyable musical journey and you will be thoroughly entertained by it and will be listening with fresh ears to the Beatles back catalogue.
2016-09-12 By Spencer Leigh

Line - Up Pedda : Bass , Uno : Vocals , Niklas : Drums , Alf Svensson : Guitar Deathography Slagen i Blod , EP ( Fairytale Records , 1994 ) of ... Though I personally don't like the band's music at all , I surely respect them .

Author: Daniel Ekeroth

Publisher: Bazillion Points Books

ISBN: 097961631X

Category: Music

Page: 447

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SUPERANNO Since the late 1980s, Sweden has produced over a thousand extreme heavy metal bands, spawning an unrivalled and respected regional music scene. Improbably, this marginalized teen movement crawled from small towns and suburbs to find its lasting place on the world stage. Combining personal accounts and in-depth research, the epic tale of Swedens most lethal cultural export arrives in full enlightening detail. Starred review, Publishers Weekly. Book of the Year, Decibel Magazine.Original.
2008 By Daniel Ekeroth

We all know the chorus sounds exactly like the rhythm guitar on Aerosmith's song “Sweet Emotion.” I always thought so. I also love the lead guitar as the song is ending. Again, I don't just love this song, I'm IN LOVE with this song!

Author: Anthony X

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781524649425

Category: Humor

Page: 344

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This book is his journeya Black Kiss-story thats full of funny, entertaining, and in some cases, heartbreaking stories of his years as a die-hard Kiss fan committed to the hottest band in the land. Its the voice for everyone who was there and remembers what it was like being a hardcore Kiss fan back in the day, with all the mystery, excitement, anticipation, and mania, but also the rejection, taunting, and funny looks. So get ready to go back to a time before you had a full-time job, responsibilities, commitments, the stress of daily life, and when Kiss was the most important thing in your life. Get ready to relive your magical Kiss years all over again.
2016-11-09 By Anthony X