Violinmaking: Why Bosnian Maple Wood Is King
Legendary violins are made of Bosnian wood grown hundreds of years ago. But can modern luthiers replicate what Stradivari had available to him?Best Last Lines In Ten Popular Songs
Bob Dylan’s influence on popular songwriting is too enormous to print, so this article will mention just his gift for penning classic closing lines. Among his best is the put down in “Positively Fourth Street when he says, ” I wish that for just one time you could stand inside my shoes, you’d know what a drag it is to see you.” Another memorable closer comes from “The Bal!Classic Self-Titled Debut Albums That Should Be Celebrated On Their Fiftieth Anniversary In 2018
Andy Warhol’s favorite band, the Velvet Underground, is already preparing a box set to honor the upcoming fiftieth anniversary of its excellent debut album White Light White Heat from 1969. Other bands can begin their fiftieth anniversary now that the calendar has reached 2018, including records from The Beatles, the Monkees and Cream. Among the many albums turning fifty this year are almost a dozen debut records, most of which are self-titled.3 Reasons Why Guitarists Struggle To Play Fast & Clean
Struggling to play guitar clean at fast speeds? You’re probably making the same mistakes as most guitarists. Here are the 3 reasons why guitar players make mistakes at fast speeds:The Sweet Sixteen Of Bands With Exactly Four Letters In Their Names
To celebrate the fourth day of the new year, the local classic rock station played a set of songs that had titles with exactly four letters. I enjoyed hearing “Lola” by the Kinks and “Beth” by Kiss, but I found “Easy” by the Commodores to be a little too soft to classify as classic rock. The segment did, however, made me think of another option the disc jockey could have chosen to honor the fourth day of January.