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Best "First" Penguin Live Lecture?
I have a lot of books and tricks, but have never seen one of the Penguin lectures. Of the ones that have already been recorded, what is a good first one to watch? What are your favorites and why?
Asked at 10:04pm on October 29th, 2013 by A_Adelie (13 karma)
Mentalism - Looch & Joshua Quinn
Card magic - Darwin Ortiz & Allan Ackerman
Coin Magic - Eric Jones
Comedy Magic - David Williamson & David Regal
Kid Show Magic - David "Silly Billy" Kaye
Theories - Harry Anderson & Tom Stone
Most of the good ones have been mentioned but for more advanced mentalists I would recommend Colin McLeod, Patrick Redford, and Peter Turner. Definitely watch them in that order because if you cannot Colin's bold style you will be really uncomfortable with Patrick and totally in over your head with Peter!
First of all, try Franz Harary's -- it's free!
After that, so many great ones to start with. In no particular order:
Danny Garcia: TONS of practical tricks.
Gregory Wilson: TONS of tricks.
Oz Pearlman 2: Comprehensive course in getting paid to perform.
Richard Osterlind: His real working act. Awesome.
Peter Turner: Mind expanding, bold mentalism.
Everybody says the best ones are Harlan, Garcia and Pearlman. Except for the other guy who answered this question. :)
It largely depends on your skill level and preferences.
I'd suggest watching the trailers for
Jay Scott Berry,
Diamond Jim Tyler,
Those are some of the best out of what I've seen and cover pretty much everything.
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