Brian May-Hammer To Fall-Close Live At The Brixton Academy 1993
This Is The Brian May Band Performing Live At The Brixton Academy 1993 Great Quality And What A Show Brian Put On A Dazzling Performance Im So Glad This Was Filmed Hope You Enjoy This As Much As I Did.
You can download the score from the video: Brian May – Hammer To Fall
Queen + Paul Rodgers ‘Hammer To Fall’
Queen + Paul Rodgers perform ‘Hammer To Fall’ live. Taken from Queen + Paul Rodgers – ‘Return Of The Champions’.
I am 31 and trying to go back to college, how do I prepare? I have the GI bill.? I am planning to go back to college this summer or fall. I was in the Army for almost ten years and lost allot of brain cells along the way,LOL! How do I prepair my self for the rigors of study. You know a soldier does not go into combat with out training and carefull planning so I want to treat college the same way. I have a few college credits I got by taking online courses while I was in the Army but I know college is different. Does anyone have any advice? I have not really been to school since I was 19.
You can download the score from the video: Brian May – Hammer To Fall
What subjects in school were you bad at? I took tutoting classes for math because I was bad at they so I tutoted while I had the class, they also had a class I could take that a high school math class I could take before taking college math. I did not have to take a P.E. class because my PT qualified for that so I just ran on my own when I was no doing homework or reading assigned chapters or research. My college also had a writing center so I could check my spelling for my reports I had to do, and a library so I could find research and I took a class that showed me how to properly quote a source in my research. I also took an IDS class which helped me on tests.
You will find that studying is a LOT easier now. If you have an assignment, you will start on it in a timely manner – because you have been trained to do so by the military. You will get a syllabus (OPORDER) for each class that says what they will do and the schedule they will do it by. so stick to that. It says crap like:Week 1: Review chapters 1&2, write a one page essay on the impact of hammers on nails (Due Friday, Jan 14)Week 2: Rough outline of term paper due for review (Friday, Jan 21), Review chapters 3, 7 and 14, write a summary of the effects that Roman swords had on farming in Estonia (as highlighted in Chapter 7).If you stick to the syllabi, you will be GOLDEN!!Buy used books whenever possible. A textbook will cost up to $200 per book. and you can resell it to the student library for about $20. Used books can be $50. Use half.com or other used book sites to get books REALLY cheap – just make sure you get the correct edition. BUT, read the reviews of the “new” edition, because some authors (in lots of cases, the INSTRUCTORS write the books) will change the edition number and the prologue and that’s it – and then will demand that you have the “new” edition – so you may be able to get copies of older editions for WAY cheap.Build a good relationship going with the VA or Military rep on campus – they can help you with LOTS of stuff.Be warned that life as a civilian – and as a college student – is TOTALLY different now that you are “old”. The childish shenanigans that they play – the high-school drama – will drive you nuts. If you have a combat tour or two under your belt, you will find that the civilian population has NO clue as to how to deal with life. they get wrapped up with the petty crap that middle-school kids worry about.You will also find instructors that will teach stuff about how the military operates. that can’t even SPELL “military”. And they are the ones that are teaching the students!! Just suck it up and try not to explode and unload on them.I also recommend getting hooked up with a local vets group – either on campus or the American Legion or VFW – or disabled groups – so you can have some fellow VETS to commiserate with and get advice. This especially holds true if you are coming off of a couple of combat tours – being around other vets can REALLY help.Get your VA claim going the MOMENT you take off your uniform for the last time. Get a claim rep like AMVETS or DAV to help you – it’s confusing as heck and will take a long time, even if you have all your crap in one sock, and they’ll help. Expect at least a year before you get your rating. and attempt to claim for EVERYTHING – if you didn’t feel that way when you enlisted, claim it!! The worst the VA can do is tell you that it doesn’t count – but you may be able to get some disability money on top of everything else.It may be hard, but I recommend not having a drop of alcohol your entire first term. It will give you a chance to acclimatize without a crutch – and Vets sometimes have problems adjusting and end up using booze as “reality grease” to deal with the friction of civilian life. If you can do it – stay away from the young, pretty students outside of class – at least romantically, for that first term as well. Sit back and enjoy the view and see just how petty and juvenile they are before you jump in and start wanting to date them. It will save you heartache (hopefully.Brian Raini
Went back to school and it was hard at first yes. You seriously might want to consider going to a community college first and then transfer to an undergraduate program at a 4 year college. At the local community colleges you will find more people in a variety of age groups from their teens to over 60. You can start with a few basic classes and then go up from there. You should talk to a counselor at the college to see if there are programs that sound interesting and what credits you can get for what you have done in the military. Also make sure that you do have money banked for college if you are going to start using the GI Bill do it in the Summer as the Fall is the busiest time and it can take MONTHS for your MHA, book stipend and tuition to be paid.
What are your favourite Queen Brian May Guitar Riffs?
One thing you have to remember a lot of Brian May riff’s for Queen were actually written by Freddie Mercury , such as Killer Queen (In Queen Absolute Greatest Brian May says : “Yeah, this is probably the guitar solo I would like to be remembered for. But it’s so totally Freddie, I don’t think anyone else would have dared to do anything like this and call themselves a rock star.”), Bohemian Rhapsody, Ogre Battle, Death On Two Legs, etc.In this order for me:1. Tie Your Mother Down2. Brighton Rock3. Dead On Time4. Stone Cold Crazy5. Hammer To Fall6. Innuendo7. Keep Yourself Alive8. More Of That Jazz – appeared recently in Slash’s top 10 riffs of all time (However the riff and song was written by Roger Taylor , so Slash got his facts wrong)9. White Man10. Son And Daughter11. Bijou12. Tenement FunsterBut in almost every Queen song Brian provides a solo and collaboration since this was a footprint for Queen’s unique soundOther good works look for The Business, The Amazing Spiderman, God Save the Queen on top of Buckingham Palace, and many other collaborations, latest of which is the new Kerry Ellis album Anthems, the new Meatloaf album and Queen+ also feature on the new Taylor Hawkins album