The author obviously does not believe in conspiracies. As much as he tried to convince the listener of his bias, he is thoroughly biased. He really should have prefaced the book with something like :
depends on the reader/listener. I am the kind of person who focuses best while driving, so audio books are great.
It covers a lot of basic information on sound and music in a straight-forward, easy-to-understand manner with enough humor to keep it from being dry.
YES - the writer should have a music theorist edit the terminology. There is a difference between a note (what we see on paper) and a pitch (what we hear). the author confuses these. There are a few other discrepancies which might hinder other music theory teachers from adopting this book.
Yes, I learned a lot of information that I was only marginally aware of. HOWEVER< Jesse's liberal bent and hate for Republicans and conservatives and his inability to see the problems on the left is frustrating. I am not a conservative nor a liberal, but a very frustrated American who hates to see the political nonsense in this country. People like Jesse could help, especially as an independent, but he is obviously more in the establishment than he likes to admit.
Open your eyes Jesse.
I would have never have guessed how this man's life was transformed, but it was amazing and touching.
I am a person of faith, so some will discount my opinion, NONETHELESS, I have had the miraculous happen in my life - the unexplainable, non-coincidental, awe-inspiring miracles. I have talked with many others who have experienced these things, but this book goes beyond anything I have every heard of. It is beautiful. If you are an unbeliever, and you hear this and still scoff, you missed something.
The kid - obviously - because he had the kind of faith we all need.
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