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Music as a language

Music is a powerful communication tool, it causes us to laugh, cry, think and question.
Victor Wooten, asks us to approach music the same way we learn verbal language, by embracing mistakes and playing as often as possible. 47 more words


A Course in Miracles: Lesson 29

Lesson 29 

God is in everything I see.

Today we are given a statement that is truer than true, “God is in everything I see,” as The Work by Byron Katie would state.  

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Bass-ic instinct: 10 legends of the bass guitar

First published by Tone Deaf on March 22, 2016

Q: What do you call someone who hangs around with musicians?
A: A Bass Player.

Pity the bass guitarist.

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Online Work

City Winery Atlanta announces initial lineup for 2016

City Winery Atlanta, 650 North Avenue, Ponce City Market announces the initial lineup and spring/summer music schedule. The highly anticipated music and culinary concept is thrilled to kick off with a strong schedule of notable acts like 2016 GRAMMY award winner Mavis Staples, Donna the Buffalo, Delta Rae, David Broza and more. 327 more words


Bass and Groove Masters Were In Da House

I thought I knew what to expect from Victor Wooten, the amazing bass player who coaxes notes from the strings that I have rarely heard from other bassists. 477 more words

Attempt Nr. 3

Over a year has passed since my last entry and I don’t even know what I am doing here again. It occurred to me in the middle of the night that this blog still exists, after so many years – nearly 6 as I discovered just now – in the vastness of this Internet thing. 426 more words


Thoughts about Victor Wooten's masterclass and his book

How could classical musicians walk out of the box of restrictions, fear and tension to freely express themselves through music?

Classical music and pop/jazz

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A Music Lesson