Tag: Progress

“Unlimited Memory”, Kevin Horsley

Earlier this week, I finished reading a book called “Unlimited Memory”. As the title might suggest, the book is about memory, and more specifically, about how to train your brain to remember more. To be honest, I bought the book on a whim and picked it up, sceptical that I would learn anything of great […]

“Do You Remember” by Jack Johnson

It’s 2019 and I’m finally writing on my blog again! I’m back with the most recent song that I’ve taught myself on the guitar: “Do You Remember” by Jack Johnson. I like Jack’s music a lot because I associate his songs with my childhood. They remind me of the English lessons that I had in […]

“Candles” by Daughter

“Candles” is the most recent song that I have taught myself on the guitar. I liked learning it because it wasn’t too easy, neither too hard. As always, I found that syncing the singing and the playing was the hardest part of the whole learning process. Here is the original song. Daughter’s voice is very […]

“Hallelujah” by Jeff Buckley

A few weeks ago, I decided to learn how to play the typical acoustic guitar players’ song: Hallelujah. I chose Jeff Buckley’s versionĀ as it is the one that I prefer. Because it is a song that a lot of guitar players know, I thought it would be an easy one to learn. Actually, it was […]