Totally Guitars Weekly Wrap Up April 1st, 2016
This week I pretty much stayed on the path that started last week, listening to way too much early King Crimson, and related music. This led to the update on From The Beginning as well as I Talk To The Wind.
I have had a lot of fun messing around with some of these melodies, as you will see throughout today’s News.
Along with the usual rundown of the week’s new content, I went into some recent things on the Forum, a bit about the CAGED approach to changing capo spots in songs, thoughts on duplicate posts (including a little sinister pleasure that occasionally crops up), and a little nod to the Frank Zappa post. I probably gave a couple hints on upcoming possible lessons as well.
In case you missed anything, the new lessons this week included Vanessa’s look at The Heart Of The Matter by Don Henley, a listening lesson on I Talk To The Wind by King Crimson (and Greg Lake’s solo approach), Fred’s FOTW going over Lobo’s I’d Love You To Want Me (although it was more about CAGED and the capo than the song itself), and an update with corrections and variations on From The Beginning. We also had a review of Craig’s upload of the solo version of Yesterday.
Welcome to April and enjoy the weekend,