Discussion in 'music, bands, clubs & festies' started by wayward bob, Feb 17, 2012.
(gingerly puts toe in water of rival thread . )
Here is a song a about London.
I've just added harmonica to my busking. Erm, as you may be able to tell.
It isn't a rival thread, more a complimentary one
My song of the day
kicks in nicely.
Credit for that must go to the broken family band
So do you busk full-time sorta thing or just for fun?
This is gelatin
Just realised, it's ring of fire.
nowt wrong with a good re-write
sorry .. drunk ol shite
For sheo nnn nnnh nnnnhhhhh
hello rubbish tunez thread long time no see
voice and playing both rusty as fuck
(also: 3/4 time, achey fingers, working from lyrics not tab, lots of Fs, m'lud )
to celebrate the docs letting me keep playing
all over the place and i stop before it gets hard
Nice song Bob. Was that your own composition?
god no i don't write fuck all, all covers: that's john grant
i should be able to sing it better than this, but i had to work out the chords and i reckon they're mostly right
murray the hump btw, worst. band name. ever.
my barre chord hell soz bt
sunday morning + guitar =
f's still giving me problems but i haven't totally murdered this, which makes a nice change
fittingly this one has no end there's another two verses but there's a key change chords need more work, but these aren't wrong i don't think sandy denny <3
Cheating really but here's a rather melancholy version of Carter USM's Do Re Me (So Far So Good) played on the guitar, harmonica and violin
this is bloody brilliant minimigit you did all of it? i'm gonna have a rummage through yer archives next
eta: wrong fucking thread though
this thread is for when you fuck up a dozen takes and *this* is the best it gets
Shameless crawling here, but true;
I turned off the radio to hear that. It was a good decision (Bruce Springsteen's "Born To Run" was playing too ). You have a very good voice Bob.
shame about the guitar eh? but thanks that's very nice of you to say
I still love this so much I play it often. So much so I find myself singing it a lot. I really want to learn to play it but it looks hard Well...not that hard, it just doesn't sound right. What chords are you playing?
back on home ground Dsus is easypeasy
I don't think I have posted this before
It is actually really easy, I play C & G for the verse (capo at 6th fret), except with a variation on the C so it looks like
Basically a C without the highest string you'd normally hold down.
Then at the bridge it's Am, Bm, C (a proper C this time).
Then it changes from the C to the C(?) for returning into the next verse. When you get to the chorus it is Em, D, C.
I really feel like I could have explained that in fewer words Is that clear enough? Any chance of you doing a cover of it, I would really like to hear that.
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