books about: swinging
Keep Swinging: An Entrepreneur's Story of Overcoming Adversity & Achieving Small Business Success
Morgan James Publishing
Inspirational and Educational
Keep Swinging: An Entrepreneur's Story of Overcoming Adversity & Achieving Small Business Success is not only an interesting read, it is also inspirational and educational. Jay Myers shares the unexpected challenges and adversities he faced as an entrepreneur and the subsequent emotions. More importantly, through reading this book one realizes that setbacks can be overcome with passion, ...
How To Play Classic Jazz Guitar: Six Swinging Strings
Michael Lydon's Jazz Guitar Book is chock full of information for those of us who always wanted to understand what makes jazz guitar the intriguing and beguiling music that it is. It is not so much a "lesson plan" kind of book as it is a source for information on the different topics one should have knowledge of to play jazz. The basics in strumming, reading music etc., are covered nicely with ...
Swinging for the Fences: Black Baseball in Minnesota
Minnesota Historical Society Press
Swinging For The Fences is a Home Run!
When one thinks of "black" baseball, an image of Jackie Robinson trying to break the Major League Baseball color barrier with the Dodgers comes to mind. About the last thing one would expect is to associate the lily-white state of Minnesota with black bseball, yet, in this intrigingly interesting book, Dr. Steve Hoffbeck shows how many other black baseball players suffered the same struggles as ...
Off the Chain Volume 2
Dominion Publishing, 2006
HE DOES IT AGAIN!
Well, I'm not surprised. Mr. Emery continues to tantalize us with yet another saucy novel. His talent is immeasurable when it comes to giving us exactly what we want, without holding back. That's how all the top runners do it...keep doin ya thang Eu.!
Delta Valley Press
Very Good Read!!
I have the pleasure of knowing Tim and this is definately an extremely clever story by an extremely talented person.
THE LOLLIPOP BOOK ONE "SWINGING TO THE DARK SIDE"
J. Darroll Hall, 2008
I always knew....
I always knew you'd go far. And here ya are. I'm so proud of you!
On the Brink of Fame: Pop Stars in the Swinging '60s
SP Turner Group, 2008
Like Finding Treasure
As more and more rock and pop stars are putting down their guitars and picking up their pens to write best selling autobiographies, renowned international photojournalist Ian Wright has just published "On The Brink OF Fame, Pop Stars In The Swinging 60s," an expose' on the era from a different perspective. Wright's stunning photographs animate his fascinating and amusing anecdotes about the ...
The Swinging Bridge
A must read! Insightful and touching. Diaspora is a subject not many people are familiar about. The effects of migrations are detailed in a very insightful and emotional way. An excellent read.
Swinging from A to Z: A how-to guide from a full-swap Lifestyle couple for enhancing your relationship with ...
Larry & Mia Fine
We've been waiting for a book like this for a very loooooooong time...and finally we got one. My wife and I were reading it nonstop, "fighting" with each other and eventually my wife start reading it out loud. Even though we've been in the Lifestyle for quite a while, we found lots of guidelines and good advises for us long timers as well as for newbies. Keep up good work and hope to meet ...
Coach's Guide to Game-Winning Softball Drills: Developing the Essential Skills in Every Player
International Marine/Ragged Mountain Press
Great resource for youth league and travel team coaches
As a league administrator, I'm always looking for great coaching resources for the coaches in our league. I love this book because it's a combination coaching and drills book. Many drills books out there just have drills (with a smattering of ad hoc remarks on mechanics). But this book is different. Every section of the book has a thorough discussion of the required mechanics ...
The Swinger Manual
The Perfect Starting Point.. and more
Informative and easy to read- the author has done a great job of explaining the lifestyle. Blurbs and tidbits from people of different levels of experience make the reader feel like he/she is being given a friendly guided tour into the world of swinging. The glossary is very helpful, even to more experienced people. Don't be fooled, this book is perfect for any person/couple who is just beginning ...
The Game of Orgy
Richard M Vixen
What the heck is "The Game of Orgy"?
Robert Rimmer--acclaimed author of The Harrad Experiment, reviewed this book in 1978, saying: "Richard M. Vixen has done it again! The Game of ORGY is one of the most unusual books I've ever come across, and I don't mind saying that I think it's underpriced--it's worth much more than the cover price. Inside this book vixen has done something wild--he's not only invented totally unique games ...
Baseball's Sixth Tool
The next level for coaches...creating ballplayers that THINK on their own.
I got this book a couple of months ago and must say, I am impressed. There are a lot of "Mental Aspects of Baseball" books, but none are as clear and insightful about ways for players to instantly push their game to a new level. Little cues to look for, what to do when you're picked off, how to size up the defense, and much more, covering all aspects of the game. Baseball is very difficult and ...
Madonna Dries Christensen
Keep up with the Joneses
This charming story is a smooth read all the way through; the blend of fact and fiction is seamless. Christensen used historical facts in a clever and entertaining way. The improvised dialogue, appropriate to the time and place, sometimes reads like the script for an old-time musical where Garland and Rooney say, "Hey, Gang, let's put on a show." And you know what-this book would make a fun and ...
Cross-Cultural Swinging: A Handbook for Self-Awareness & Multi-Cultural Living
Pacific Asia Press
Multicultural awareness and sensitivity starts here
I just completed a college course on diversity in the classroom. Yes, I am studying to be a teacher, and like all teachers in training, we are always looking for clear and concise resources to explain complex issues. I can safely say, this book does it BEAUTIFULLY! I would recommend it to anyone struggling to find a cultural middle ground on which to establish a safe playing field (e.g. learning ...
Swinging the Machine: Modernity, Technology, and African American Culture between the World Wars
University of Massachusetts Press
Comprehensive, Readable, Enlightening, Important
This book weaves together several important and somewhat familiar stories in a startlingly new and brilliant way. We know that music and dance exploded in powerful new forms in the 1930s. And we know the "streamlined" and "futuristic" themes of techno-optimism dominated other cultural expressions in the 1930s. And we know there was a current of "techno-anxiety" that expressed itself in everything ...
The Book of Club Swinging
Clear, concise, complete
Great instructional book that covers all the basics of club swinging. Clear diagrams, helpful directions, all very easy to follow. It probably helped me that I'd already learned some of the basic moves from actual people, but the instructions definitely confirmed for me that I was doing them correctly. In addition to just teaching the moves, it also talks about movement and turning and how to ...
Swinging Jazz: Jazz Piano Solos Series, Vol. 12 (Jazz Piano Solos (Numbered))
Hal Leonard Corp.
Hal Leonard Corporation
Best of the bunch!
I've reviewed a couple other titles in this series and wasn't thrilled because I felt only a few titles in each book were really useful. "Swinging Jazz" is an exception. Easy reading, interesting reharmonizations and nice little solo sections. Most of the titles are well-known to the 'boomer' generation and their parents. From the copyright assignments, it appears that several arrangers were ...
American Trademarks: From the Roaring '20s to the Swinging '60s
Great Book, Great Price.
I bought this book because I heard about Draplin talking about it on his website ([...]). The book is awesome. Very unique compared to other over-priced Logo Design books. I find these logos of the past to be much more inspiring than today's logos. The layout of the book is perfect too. My co-worker keeps snaking it off my desk if that says anything.
Swinging Into Golf
Kessinger Publishing, LLC
A Must Read For Any Golfer
Unlike much of today's positional swing instruction, Ernest Jones describes what a golf swing really is. Very few golfers really understand this and would do well to read this book. Jones emphasizes FEELING the swinging motion as a means to consistency. Until you can identify and feel a swing, it is useless work on golf swing positions and actually may impede your progress as a golfer. I would ...
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