Tag Archives: Emotional Impact

Figuring Out How to Leverage Your Wisdom

I’m not young any more.  It pains me to write that, as I am sure it would pain most people, but why?  What’s wrong with being the age you are?  What has age got to do with your art?  Aren’t … Continue reading

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What’s Wrong With Guitar Solos

Let’s face it.  Guitar solos are out of fashion.  They’re sneered at as an expression of supreme self-indulgence.  They’re about as hip as a square.  Having played guitar for eighty two percent of my life and actively listened to guitarists … Continue reading

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Magical Music

I have always felt there is some magical power about music, but I have recently heard some applications of music that surprised even me. Music, to me, is an essential element in helping me think clearly.  I find music to … Continue reading

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The Power of Aesthetics

I had an unexpected experience, recently.  My friend, somebody with a good eye for art and excellent taste, berated me for not removing the droopy flowers from my FarmVille farm.  These are not real flowers and this is not a … Continue reading

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