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To Air is Human: One Man's Quest to Become the World's Greatest Air GuitaristHow An Average Musician Put Aside His There Guitar And Reinvented Himself As Bj Rn T Roque, The Take No Prisoners Future Of Air Guitar The True Story Of How Mildly Successful Guitarist And New York Times Writer Dan Crane Relinquished His Instrument And Became Bj Rn T Roque Pronounced B Yorn Too RAWK , The Second Greatest Air Guitarist In The Nation This Exploration Of The International Air Guitar Sub Culture Addresses The Issue Of Dedicating Oneself To An Invisible Art In Order To Achieve The Ultimate Goal Of Airness That Is, When Air Guitar Transcends The Real Art That It Imitates And Becomes An Art Form In And Of Itself.

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  • Paperback
  • 320 pages
  • To Air is Human: One Man's Quest to Become the World's Greatest Air Guitarist
  • Björn Türoque
  • English
  • 03 July 2018
  • 9781594482106

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  1. says:

    Even though I spend my time in a totally different musical world from the traditional air guitar repertoire, this book definitely got across the sense of ROCK Way fun it totally makes me want to watch or join one of these contests.The author brings up the question of what to do when you realize you re spending time and effort on fun, goofy, not really serious things Is it worth spending three years trying to be the world s best air guitarist instead of working on your serious musical career What s the appropriate balance between serious pursuit of light hearted goals vs half hearted pursuit of serious goals Can air guitar be treated as its own art form, ins...


  2. says:

    fun to read, similar to Hell Bent for Leather but without the dry British wit slightly heavier American humor and no actual instrument looking back on it, I was surprised at how little actual story there was because I was engaged enough to zip through there could be about the psychology behind h...


  3. says:

    I loved so many things about this one Both conceptually and in terms of style Filled to the brim with rock n roll trivia and light hearted humour with just the right amount of personal anecdotes Dan is just Dan Crane and writes in first person for most parts the brilliance of his narrative is in the way he channels his alter egos Bj rn T rocque air guitarist and Jean Luc Retard there guitarist Sure, the book is strewn with all the air clich s imaginable But thrown in at the right moments, they crack you up, bringing out that element of hilarity that envelops everything about T rocque s relentless pursuit of Air Guitar Although he makes light of it, a lot of passion and preparation goes into an air guitar performance and the finer details of the creative impulses that would drive any air guitarist worth his Air name are not lost on the reader My favourite part, however, is how the book has been presented in a mock textbook format, complete with illustrations of ...


  4. says:

    What an interesting book I found this book at Books A Million on clearance for 1, and couldn t resist taking a chance to see what its all about.What a hilarious, genuine, and fun story It s stacked with characters, personality, rock n roll and guitar, all along one man s journey to achieve his surprising, unorthodox, accidental passion for air guitar Beyond that, it s a story about trying to reconcile the adult you are supposed to be with the wacky, fun, truth that often hides inside of all of us This book may be even enjoyable for older generations or classic rock junkies, but with the sub notes at the bottom of each page filled with interesting facts, references, or witty injections to the story itself, I didn t feel a bit out of the loop on what when who where they were talking about I also really enjoyed his humor and had plenty of out loud, ha moments.Around page 170, I was feeling a little overloaded with the costume...


  5. says:

    We saw the transcendent movie Air Guitar Nation at this year s Madison film festival Despite the International Air Guitar Championships existing for over a decade, an American had never competed The makers of Air Guitar Nation follow the first two American contenders C diddy the Asian fury and Bj rn T roque The credits mention Bj rn s book, so of course I had to pick it up Sometimes funny, often kind of sad and pathetic, T roque explains his interest i...


  6. says:

    After watching the documentary Air Guitar Nation, I had to read this and so far it s not letting me down Dan Crane, aka Bjorn Turoque, is a musician so he knows a lot of great music and the air guitar medleys and 60 second performance pieces he puts together sound great He not only names the bands but he adds s...


  7. says:

    I picked this book out at the library on a complete whim Music is awesome and so is humor so I thought I might enjoy it And I did in fact, really dig this read Dan Crane transforms himself into the myth, the legend, Bjorn Turoque hard air rocker and preacher of peace through air guitar Bjorn thirsts for the world championship title as Dan documents his journey through the world of competitive and highly intoxicated air guitar Sur...


  8. says:

    Nie h tte ich gedacht, dass ein Buch, das sich um Nichts bzw der Luftgitarre dreht, so viel Spa macht Bj rn T roque macht sich auf, der weltbeste Luftgitarrist zu werden, doch sieht er sich zahlreicher talentierter Konkurrenz besonders dieser mit Asian Fury entgegen gestellt Mit der Unterst tzung seiner Freunde und ganz viel Leidenschaft f r den Rock im Blut, ist das n chste Ziel der World Champi...


  9. says:

    I knew nothing about the competitive air guitar circuit, which started in Finland, with a semi joking but semi serious mission to bring world peace through air guitar because if everyone is holding an air guitar, no one can hold a weapon Dan Crane aka Bjorn Turoque, say it out loud and you ll get it seems quite aware of straddling the delicate lines between silly and meaningful when are you an artist and when are you just a ...


  10. says:

    This one proves that a true passion for a non traditional hobby, a lot of liquid courage, and just the right amount of idiocy can get you your fifteen minutes of fame Did I mention that twelve of those fifteen minutes will be spent dealing with the likes of Carson Daly and the ancho...

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