The Teacher's Guide helps the instructor develop and organize a guitar class curriculum and provides background on the guitar class, teaching tips, elements of music and how to address the National Standards for Arts Education. The Teacher's Guide also includes 48 pages of reproducible worksheets. The ensemble book offers graded duets, trios and quartets as well as optional parts for bass.
Includes 58 songs and progressions for accompaniment, 26 songs for learning how to read music, 25 accompaniment patterns, fingerstyle and pickstyle techniques, and all basic chords and keys.
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The manufacturer will determine whether the defect is covered under their warranty; we do not make that determination. While it is true that there are many, many fine moments in , the boys were definitely engaged in a tough uphill struggle and Garcia was the cement sled.
But even on a terrible night this band outperformed equivalent super- bands.
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I grew up in England in the s and was extremely lucky to have been exposed to the immortal music scene of that period. Nevertheless, the number of totally stinker Rolling Stones Concerts must number in the many hundreds - I mean a complete lack of even basic musical functionality. The Who, while geniuses in their own right, confined themselves musically to a very basic skill level and yet performed many shows at a level that would make a subpar bar band blush. Get enough musical experience under your belt and you'll never regret listening to the Dead again.
Reviewer: Gr8fultom - favorite favorite favorite - August 23, Subject: Such fools I wish I could respond directly to the fools who think there were no good moments at Grateful Dead shows after this year or that year. I saw Big Boss Man is Have any of you ever even listened to say a '93 Days Between at Deer Creek. Such fools. That being said I agree that this is one of the more creative Wharf Rats ever. Sometimes they worked sometimes they didn't but no matter it is better than hearing some other band play the same old song the same old way over and over again. I guess we are all just spoiled by what came before.
Just that some of us are spoiled brats. Do us all a favor and get in a time machine and go back to and leave us alone.
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My apologies to anyone who came here wanting to know what the sound quality is like etc. That is what the reviews are supposed to be for. I just can't take the '95 bashing anymore. And between and I saw some 50 shows so I am not a n00b defending one of the only three shows I attended or anything.
Peace and Love everybody! Reviewer: spoonful2 - favorite favorite favorite - August 22, Subject: Whart Rat "rollthembones" is dead on with his take on Wharf Rat. Being in the 5th row or something that night, I was blown away by Wharf Rat, it what the most creative I'd seen Jerry "remake" a tune in a long time.
Did it work? That's up to you.
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However, remember Dylan opened these shows and killed. Jerry, to me when I was watching the show, was clearly phrasing Wharf Rat like Dylan. I turned to my friend at the time and said, he's singing this like Dylan would. Later most everyone thought he messed it up, but one other friend of mind caught it also. I don't know but I certainly think so.
I do know everyone that is so sure of him screwing it up might not be right either. Oh, my last show, I skipped the 2nd night for the first time in my life at Giants. This show was more than decent, I knew they wouldn't top it the next night and they were to iffy it wasn't worth it.
The Same Thing cooked. I remember Stagger Lee being very good. Those are what I remember of the show without looking at the list or listening to this. I remember it very clearly. I was on the floor of Giants Stadium or the tarp, whatever and I was walking towards my seat and they started the second set and it started with a drum beat, and then Vince kind of chimed in and then they broke into it.
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I thought it was really cool and unless I'm mistaken I don't know that it happened in the past. I also remember how odd Jerry's guitar sounded at first. It eventually resolved and sounded more like normal, but for the first minute or so it's really really electric sounding and twangy. Anyway, maybe nobody thought the intro was noteworthy, but I did.
Reviewer: seamones1 - favorite - July 14, Subject: Let me do you a favor Please dont bother, regardless of how curious you are. The Stanger and Bertha hurt much more than the Wharf Rat. I loved that guy for what he did for me on so many occasions. Sure, that's it. He just "forgot" to tell the rest of the band. It wasn't an embrassing moment, it was an "experiment" It's really too bad people can't love Jerry as a person without turning him into some flawless diety incapable of mistakes.
This is show is among the worst ever played by the Dead, right up there with Borreal Ridge in NO energy from the band, sloppy playing, etc. Reviewer: lmnop - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - June 26, Subject: wharf rat First I glanced at these reviews then I just listened to this version of Wharf Rat for the first time and found it to be quite exploratory , with some extremely successful moments. How exciting to hear the Dead go off on a limb on a song like this. I then listened to the whole show. As much as I like Touch of Grey and its clean lines and clear destinations, I thrive on the music created by this sort of endeavour Its not a Healey mix unfortunately but Reviewer: rollthembones - favorite favorite - June 26, Subject: Where to start Ya know, it has been annoying me for sometime that some of these reviews are so misguided.
First of all, let me start off by saying that the show is clearly not a stellar effort by any stretch of the imagination, and the sound quality of this AUD is lacking as well; however, I would just like to assure anyone that doesn't know any better that Garcia, who was obviously not doing that well, did not just "get lost in the music" during Wharf Rat. Actually what he did was relatively creative, as he took a shuffle, Wharf Rat, a song in which the verses are usually swung and instead played a modified theme of Throwing Stones, aborting the triplet feel of a tune that is swung to a song where there is an eighth note pulse.
That is NOT all Garcia's fault, and if you listen to the rest of the band too, you will realize Jerry's idea doesn't change, but the rest of The Dead, having gotten so used to playing the song swung, struggle to follow Jerry.
Should Jerry have rehearsed this idea with the rest of the gang? Should he at least have communicated it to them during their drum break? Probably, if they were even talking to each other at that point. However, I think that this situation is more indicative of what the Dead were at this stage. It stated in McNally's book on the Dead that at this point in the bands history, one day, the sound guy Cutler?
Yes, Garcia was sick, but to pin all of the Dead's musical problems on him is just as ridiculous as giving him all of the credit when the band sounded great. CAn anyone relate? Reviewer: ScarletPetunia - favorite - April 14, Subject: Worst of the Grateful Dead Sorry to have to say it after so many great years, but there couldn't have been much question after this debacle that the end was at hand.
The poor misguided soul down below who thinks that "Wharf Rat" sounds funny because Jerry was trying to "give us a Dylan-style version" is in complete denial. Jerry played it that way because he didn't know where the fuck he was in the music. He was up there in front of 50, people trying to play a song he'd been playing for 24 years and he had no idea how to do it.
Point blank period.
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