Will You Let Me Be More Precise?
This blog is based on jazz, blues, soul, rock, funk, and electro music. As a result, we are exploring several decades of music that are based on the music of the past. I felt those genres were enough to have a decent musical culture to leave a mark on society.
I’m not using all the tricks that I used for jam sessions, small projects, and the civil war. But I want to make sure knowing 8000 songs can be of any use here on Earth. Lately, I thought that people who believed money was above all made a mistake: words are above all and music enriches your vocabulary and your imagination.
In case you have a question, or you are lost on the blog, I would recommend those 2 pages:
- The sitemap will allow you to browse the blog very easily. It’s dynamic and, as soon as there are changes, you will find them on this page,
- The FAQ page will answer the important questions you have. I might add new answers as time goes by since I will have more user input.
Creativity is about diet, and listening to a lot of music genres can help you make the hit of the century. But first, let’s make sure you know about my favorite songs!
Let’s Talk About Me For A Moment!
I have a diploma in engineering, but I always thought music was vital for me. Of course, I won’t say anything bad about engineering since I also like science and astronomy. By the way, that blog isn’t only about music; it’s also about finding a way to travel the Milky Way without having a heart attack every 5 seconds.
I was born in Beirut, Lebanon, in 1980, during the civil war. In 1983, my parents left the country and went to Paris, France. Our neighbors were all nazis and were using neuroleptics as if it would allow them to survive.
After 1990, we started to come back to Lebanon for holidays, and I had the privilege to rediscover this beautiful country we call Lebanon and its stunning nature. My family was in Lebanon and Switzerland, so I also felt European. Now with music, I think I’m a citizen of the world even though I can be quite demanding on the music quality.
Since 2010, I dedicate my life solely to music and astronomy. I had a brief 5-years stint in the banking industry where, deep inside, everybody was thinking about music and not money. For example, they used to talk about “The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust” to communicate on a boss that won’t become president of the company.
I have spent several years going to jam sessions, listening to music, dealing with incredible teachers, playing the guitar, and saxophone. My goal is to make a living with that blog. If you want to join me and make that blog the new Huffington Post with a predetermined musical angle on life, please go to the jobs page or contact me.