and Dry - Radiohead
|High and Dry is a great song from Radiohead’s
1995 album The Bends. This arrangement is designed to enable
one guitar to play the entire accompaniemtn from start to finish
including the Intro and Outro.
- Robbie Williams
|Angels was the song that launched Robbie
Williams’ career as a solo artist. Written by Williams
and Guy Chambers, in the UK it is one of the most popular and
most performed songs of all time. The song is in the key of
E and it uses lots of chords associated with that key e.g. E,
A ,B, C#m, F#m and D.
Talks to Angels
- The Black Crowes
She Talks to Angels was written by brothers
Chris and Rich Robinson and released by The Black Crowes in
1990 on their debut album Shake Your Money Maker.
It’s a classic southern rock track that’s great
to play and sing and uses lots of excellent guitar techniques.
The song uses a alternate E tuning which involves tuning your
guitar so that the open strings sound like an E chord.
Will Keep Us Alive
- the Eagles
|In November 1994, the Eagles released Hell
Freezes Over, their first new album since 1980. One of the most
successful songs from that album was Love Will Keep Us Alive.
This beautiful guitar/vocal track displays all the characteristics
of the classic Eagles style and is a wonderful song to play
This songs uses fingerstyle technique, hammer-ons and barre
chords. The chords used include Aadd9, F#msus4, D6add9, Esus4,
B7, D and E.
with Love - Squeeze
|Labelled with Love was written by Glenn
Tilbrook and Chris Difford and recorded by Squeeze in 1981.
The fact that it receives airplay to this day testifies to its
catchiness and enduring popularity. If you enjoy singing and
playing this is a great song to add to your repertoire.