Sunday, September 30, 2012

Try Walking

How often do people get used to a form of transport that they just refuse to walk anywhere? This is a common occurrence with many people. They become so used to driving a car or riding a bike and when they do try walking it’s too hard.
There is a very simple way around this problem and all you need to do is introduce new changes in your life, for example why drive a car or ride a bike to the local shops when it's only a few hundred meters away? If it really bothers you that you don’t walk anywhere then take my simple bit of advice, try walking to more local places and then slowly but surely introduce longer walks.

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Helping guitar players become better

John Mizarolli a UK guitarist who claims to have taught in access of over 27,000 students, in addition to that he has been playing the guitar for over 45 years.

If you like the guitar and you would like to play it them Mizarolli can help you. Its no secret there is no end to teachers all over the world the question is how many of them actually deliver what they say they can? If you admire the skills within the area of Improvisation then you need a teacher who can not only do this himself but is able to teach you what he knows. After almost 5 decades teaching I think John is a good source for guitarist on-all levels

I’ve known musicians attending classes for many years yet when you hear them play you would think they’ve only been playing guitar for a short while and the reason is simple, they never progress. A good teacher should be able to identify your lack of progression and give you some exercises to rectify this problem. Sadly in every single type of money making jobs many people are completely uncaring towards you and the only thing the care about is getting your money quick.

One sure thing if you like the guitar you can always test if it’s for you by booking a lab school.

Sunday, September 2, 2012

I really miss mission impossible

Mission impossible was one of those things which captured my interest as a child; I’m not speaking about the modern day mission impossible I’m speaking with the original mission impossible. Steven Hill was the first head of the team and I only got a chance to know this as I recently-watched the whole series, I watched him play his part and he was great, however being Jewish and religious he left the set as they wanted him to work on Saturdays as a result of this Peter Graves was called in to replace him.

There really was no other name for this series than Mission Impossible as many of things which they did were just that, the-the main members were, Peter Graves,  Barbara Bain, Greg Morris, Martin Landau, Peter Lupus, Landau was later replaced by the one-& only Leonard Nimoy known as Spock in the very much love  TV series Star Trek. Nimoy did well whilst making his impersonations which were Landau’s specialty.

As the series progressed new people were introduced in the series however the the actor who played in the most roles was Greg-Morris who sadly has passed away along with Peter Graves and whenever someone was replaced they always found a suited replacement which did not disturb the set.  Mission Impossible use to come on once a week and when the program was over me and my brothers longed for the next week to come so we could watch it again. That’s just how much we loved watching this TV SERIES Mission impossible, I feel the same-today.

Saturday, September 1, 2012

Musicians vs the world

A few friends who I know believe musicians have the best brain everywhere worldwide Ken Sproul a college professor such comments are-nothing short of nonsense Another musician who is a Guitar Teacher believes its true as his is clearly not a well educated man and such rumors make him feel something very unreal.
Where and why such thoughts come about are always unknown to me, but how often to you here “they said” or “he said” or I heard? I guess such claims stimulate the daily-gossip.