Neil Young uses Double Dropped D Tuning for many songs. This acoustic guitar lesson is one of our most requested at TotallyGuitars: *Don’t Let It Bring You Down*.
*Marrakesh Express*was written by Graham Nash and appeared on the CSN album in 1969.
Love The One You’re With is a Stephen Stills song that dates back to the early CSNY days and is frequently done with electric guitars or as a big production.
David Crosby wrote Triad while he was still a member of the Byrds but it was a bit risqué for them at the time.
One of Neil’s popular instrumental pieces is *Quicksand*, the opening tune on his album El Dorado.
Another great strumming song from Dave Matthews, *Where Are You Going* appeared on the Dave Matthews Band album Busted Stuff in 2002.
Kurt Cobain’s guitar playing was very basic and he wrote a lot of songs that are accessible to beginners.
Pearl Jam is another band that came of age in the 1990s and their 1994 album Vitalogy included *Better Man*, a song Eddie Vedder wrote when he was still a teenager.
Crash Into Me by Dave Matthews is an example of a song that uses a droning chord with a slightly moving bass line to create an interesting accompaniment.
Camel was a band consisting of Andy Latimer on guitar and Peter Bardens on keyboards, along with Doug Ferguson on bass and Andy Ward on drums.