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Cover Yourself: Victor Wooten, Young Derek Trucks & Joey Defrancesco Cover Stevie Wonder

Been thinking a lot about covering other musicians as practice. It’s not only one of the oldest ways to practice, it’s one of the best ways to practice. 76 more words

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Resonate in Tones of Saving Grace

For almost a year now, some of my friends and I have been sharing an album with one another, partly for exposure to new music and partly to give us something to listen to while we work, etc. 1,706 more words

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Bonnaroo with Brian Miller

Hey guys!  I interrupt the Speaking of Things That Rule… countdown to bring you this breaking news:

My brother, Brian, is a DJ at WASU on campus at Appalachian State University.   83 more words

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Each Time, It's Different

For almost a year now, some of my friends and I have been sharing an album with one another, partly for exposure to new music and partly to give us something to listen to while we work, etc. 1,078 more words

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Different Understanding of Musical Aesthetics

This week’s set of lessons has been highly revealing for me and my interpretation of aesthetics. It’s a huge toss-up for me to decide which of these highly inspirational passages from our reading in… 569 more words

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Here's a great TED Talk from Victor Wooten. I love how he approaches music, and appreciate it even more now that I have a daughter who's 2 1/2 years old. Just the other day, I was talking to my wife about her and music. I told her that I'd read on Wikipedia that Victor had started learning how to play bass when he was 2 years old, and that I wondered how Reggie Wooten had gone about teaching him. I told her that I wanted to learn more about it, and that last year, I'd gone online and looked at music schools in the area to get an idea about how young a student could be. This video answers a lot of that, in approach. Our daughter already loves singing, playing with my basses (even though to her they're all guitars) and with the Dora the Explorer ukulele I got for her last year (another guitar!) and wife's keyboard. She also plays drums on everything (including my bald head). So, in a big way, she's speaking the language already. I have to find the right way and right time to encourage her to continue.

How sweet the sound

Long time readers at Deconstructing Myths know that the arts have been a lifelong refuge for me during many of life’s struggles. Without music, poetry and books, I shudder to think where I might be now. 112 more words

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