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Learn How to Play Blues Guitar

Many individuals who want to learn the guitar do so because of a guitar virtuoso they admire. Guitar enthusiasts who want to learn to play the blues often think of stars such as BB King. These guitar players, much like the professionals they look up to, want to play music with soul and a distinct sound that still gives room for improvisation. That's why the blues guitar is an ever-growing and hot genre of music to learn – playing the blues gives a musician more freedom and mobility on aRead More

The Ethereal Sounds Of Classical Music – Learn The Violin

The Violin has always been one of the most popular musical instruments to play and has seen a resurgence in the last few years with more and more people beginning to learn the classical style of music. Since the renaissance the violin has been a main component of most classical music scores and this continues to be the case even today. Belonging to the bounded stringed instrument family the violin is played by gently allowing the bow to fall down and across the strings on the main violin body underRead More

Cancelled Akira Genesis / SNES Game Intro + Gameplay [CES 1994]

Animated intro and gameplay from all the different planned sections of the cancelled Akira 16bit game (Super Nintendo, Genesis / Mega Drive, etc.), footage cut from the full CES 1994 video by PS Nation at Thanks to Brian ( + ) for the tip! Archive page for the lost Akira game on Unseen64: source

Facing Down the Blitz – Heavy Metal – Royalty Free Music

Download Music: Gaming Channel: Spotify: **This track is Royalty Free and is free for anyone to use in YouTube videos or other projects, whether monetized or not.** It’s been a couple weeks since I’ve done a metal track. This one starts with a slower beat and progresses faster as the song goes along. Let me know what you think! 🙂 *Legal notice: The publisher of this video is the original source for the music track being presented in this video, which is entitled “”. No oneRead More

Understanding “Safe Zones” and the Temporary Refugee Ban – TLAV Political Roundtable Welcome to another episode of TLAV Political Roundtable where we break down the week of American politics, and discuss its implication on American life, and the world. In this episode we dissect the temporary refugee ban, Donald Trump’s purposed “safe zones,” and many other topics. In this week’s Devil’s Advocate segment we discuss Donald Trump and the division of the alternative community during the election. As it is currently the most heatedly debated topic, we will begin with what is deceptively, and incorrectly, being labeled a “Muslim Ban.” WeRead More

You're Being Manipulated – How Music Affects Your Buying Habits

If you think music does not affect you, you'll be changing your tune after reading this. This is a true story of a recent study from Leicester University in England. You're off to the supermarket and decide to stop by some shelves offering French and German wine. You make up your mind to buy a bottle of the French wine. While checking out, you're asked why you picked the wine. You respond "The label looked great", or "I liked the price". Then you're asked if you noticed the French accordionRead More


The Symbols Band LIVE MUSIC Hodi’s Half Note Fort Collins COLORADO. Uncut LAST BLUES SONG to Close the Show Jan25-16 source

What is ECOTOURISM? What does ECOTOURISM mean? ECOTOURISM meaning, definition & explanation

What is ECOTOURISM? What does ECOTOURISM mean? ECOTOURISM meaning – ECOTOURISM pronunciation – ECOTOURISM definition – ECOTOURISM explanation – How to pronounce ECOTOURISM? Source: article, adapted under license. Ecotourism is a form of tourism involving visiting fragile, pristine, and relatively undisturbed natural areas, intended as a low-impact and often small scale alternative to standard commercial (mass) tourism. Its purpose may be to educate the traveler, to provide funds for ecological conservation, to directly benefit the economic development and political empowerment of local communities, or to foster respect forRead More

Culture Club – Do You Really Want To Hurt Me

Listen to more from Culture Club: Vote for your favourite 80s hit of all time: Revisit the time when 80s pop ruled the world: Stream a playlist featuring Culture Club’s hits of the 80s: Follow Culture Club & Boy George Tweets by BoyGeorge Tweets by RealCultureClub Music video by Culture Club performing Do You Really Want To Hurt Me (2004 Digital Remaster). source

Is Voice and Music Separate?

Some people might find that my concept of separating the voice from music in learning to sing rather strange, controversial, or maybe even downright blasphemous. However, even though both processes can and are used together a lot, the fact remains that they are still separate entities. Professionals have been developing them separately all the time, although some might realize it and some do not. For example, professionals such as speakers, lawyers, actors, etc need to learn how to master their voices. They need to be able to do inflections, createRead More