Death Comes as the End

Death Comes as the End

Audiobook CD - 2004
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(Percussion). What do you get when you mess with the bull? You get the horns! Jeff Salem provides an incredibly complete educational look at how to approach grooves, fills, drum part construction, setting up horn figures, and various other musical twists and turns in 13 extremely funky charts in this book. The included CD is the original Messin' Wid Da Bull play-along CD, featuring songs that pay homage to the great horn bands of the '70s, like Tower of Power; Blood, Sweat & Tears; Chicago; Earth, Wind & Fire; Average White Band; and others. The book presents detailed concepts and explanations that will not only get you playing these particular songs in a very funky manner, but will improve your approach to this genre overall.
Publisher: Auburn, CA : Audio Partners, p2004
Edition: Unabridged
ISBN: 9781572705180
Branch Call Number: CD F CHR
Additional Contributors: Fox, Emilia 1974-


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Lyceum May 25, 2015

This is my favorite Agatha Christie audiobook. So unique!

Aug 17, 2014

I had vaguely recollected reading this book as a kid and remembered it as a 5 star read. While I still thought it was a great story it wasn't all I thought it was.
The biggest detraction for me was our heroine, she was highly naive and gullible which annoyed me a fair bit.

Nov 30, 2010

This is my least favorite Agatha Christie book I have read/listened to so far. It takes place in Egyptian times and is difficult to relate to. I do like the story and the twist, but the setting was difficult at times to follow.


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