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Beginning Blues Piano: Everything You Need to Know to Become an Accomplished Performer of Blues Piano Paperback – January 1, 1992
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A Reviewer: Chris (Dorset,england) -
B Reviewer: Joshua Carter (Lafayette, CO USA)
Obviously someone wrote two fake reviews under two different names:
Chris: bought this book about 3 weeks ago, and I've been having a load of fun with it. I needed something that would be reasonably easy to play,
Joshua; bought this book about 2 weeks ago, and I've been having a bunch of fun with it. I wanted something that would be reasonably easy to play, but still be interesting.
Chris; About half the songs are in C, the other half in pretty easy keys, so you don't get tangled up in reading the music
Joshua; About half the songs are in C, the other half in pretty easy keys, so I don't get tangled up in reading the music.
Chris; You can tell he loves this music, loves its roots, and he wants you to love it, too.
Joshua; you can tell he loves this music, loves its roots, and he wants you to love it, too.
The only original sentence is a plug for his other book:
Joshua; I just bought Eric Kriss' other book, "Barrelhouse and Boogie Piano," ....
If someone can't put enough time into creating simple reviews to make them different, they won't put much time into writing their book.
My experience is , I purchased several similar books, including those by David Bennett Cohen and Mark Harrison..
both of those were far better books.
although more advanced players might grow bored with it, i highly recommend it if you're interested in learning the blues!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A good start for blues piano playing. Just what I was looking for!Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
A good introduction to various blues styles and techniques. Tunes are mostly agreable, and when your skills grow, you will be able to embellish them.Published on February 19, 2014 by Tom_Goldschmidt