Stefan Grossman Guitar Workshop Bawdy Blues for Fingerstyle Guitar TUTORiAL
Publisher: SGGW | Language: English | 1h31m | 3.67GB | .ISO/.PDF/.MP3 | ASIN: B00ACCQWR6
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The blues has always been spiced with suggestive metaphors. This collection of bawdy blues songs celebrates the off-color blues repertoire.
This collection of bawdy blues songs celebrates the off-color blues repertoire: Bessie Smith is wild about her kitchen man's turnip tops, but Bo Carter's pencil won't write no more! There's lots of variety, with songs from the 1930s, 40s and 50s; some are simple three-chord blues tunes and others have beautiful, ragtime chord changes. Fred shows you how to accompany yourself singing the songs, and how to fingerpick an instrumental version of each one. His easy-going instructional style, his tips on playing the arrangements, and his slowed-down, split-screen performances of each tune make learning easy. All the arrangements are written out in tab and music as well… both the backup and solos.
Ain't Got Nobody to Grind My Coffee as made famous by; Clara Smith
She's Your Cook But She Burns My Bread Sometimes as made famous by; Bo Carter
My Pencil Won't Write No More as made famous by; Bo Carter
Kitchen Man as made famous by; Bessie Smith
Big Ten Inch as made famous by; Bull Moose Jackson & Aerosmith!
You Can't Tell the Difference After Dark as made famous by; Alberta Hunter
Let's Make Christmas Merry, Baby as made famous by; Amos Milburn