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The Ragpicker’s Dream | Mark Knopfler Songbook | Chords

Welcome to Mark Knopfler Songbook, Pavel here. And the third song is The Ragpicker’s Dream — Mark’s Christmas song. If you ask me what song is my favourite, this one would probably be my answer, and I don’t know why. I think it has to do with overall optimistic feeling both of the lyrics and …

Madame Geneva’s | Mark Knopfler Songbook

It was me with my dear friends from Moscow performing together for the first time exactly one week ago, and we actually recorded Madame Geneva’s in one take, it’s a rare occasion for me. Always try to hang out around better musicians than yourself, it’s probably the best way of learning I can think of, …

Your Latest Trick | Mark Knopfler Songbook | Chords

Your Latest Trick | Mark Knopfler Songbook | Chords

OK, the next stop in our “non-guitar songs from the mid-80s” parade is Your Latest Trick. It’s fun to play guitar songs, but I constantly get a buzz from all sorts of arrangements and lead instruments. I’ll do more guitar songs soon. And more recent songs, too. But this song is really fun to play …

Tech Tips and Tricks – Phishing | Sullivan University

Tech Tips and Tricks – Phishing | Sullivan University

Phishing is where a malicious or threat actor sends a legitimate-looking email trying to trick you into clicking a link that masquerades as a legitimate link, but it actually takes you to a malicious website. The goal of a phish-scammer is to get you to download malware, to get you to install malware on your …

David’s Tricks to Organize Your Photos – 2019

David’s Tricks to Organize Your Photos – 2019

Hey folks. If you have trouble with organizing your photos, don’t worry. Today, I’m going to teach you a workflow that I have perfected over the years that will have your library cleaned up in no time fly. David’s Tricks to Organize Your Photo Library, coming up next on Tech Talk America. Hey folks. Today, …

Back To Tupelo | Mark Knopfler Songbook

Back To Tupelo | Mark Knopfler Songbook

This slow ballad may seem easier at first than it really is. When you try to strum along with the record you can notice this peculiar rhythm on Am chord (technically Bm), which is hard to follow. First of all, the simplest strumming pattern possible here is just like in Baloney Again, starting with fast …