Carl Franklin, JD, PhD

"Author and Professor"
Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (7 of 7)
Location: Cedar City, UT USA


Top Reviewer Ranking: 535,546 - Total Helpful Votes: 7 of 7
Just Classic Jazz: Ultimate Bass Play-Along Volume&hellip by Hal Leonard Corp.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
If you're looking for books on "how to" play bass or read music then skip this one. There's almost no instruction in this book, but what you do get is GREAT tab and notation for some standard jazz pieces.
This book is good for learning the traditional bass lines and for practicing your timing/tempo when there's no one else around. I wish the CD had two versions of each song (one with and one without bass), but it doesn't. For the price, though, this is a pretty good way to learn some songs and practice without having a full band in your garage.
Nine standard jazz pieces are covered. Each song comes with the actual tune on CD, the printed song with bass clef and tab,… Read more
The Oxford Guide to Library Research by Thomas Mann
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Outstanding work with clear illustrations and examples of how to improve your library research. I learned more about library research in this book than in all my years pursuing a doctorate degree.
A MUST have for anyone who spends time in the library. You do not have to be a professional researcher or academician to get useful tools from this book. My kids have read the book as well, and their research projects for school improved dramatically.
I strongly recommend this book is you plan any research projects in the future.
Surviving Street Patrol: The Officer's Guide to Sa&hellip by Steve Albrecht
This is a good book for those who have less than five years experience on a police department. Most of the material is explained fairly well and is easy to understand. I would like to see the author write a more advanced book, it appears he has the experience and ability.
Recommended for new police officers or those who need to refresh themselves on good tactics.