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Lesson notes

For Everyman, Jackson Browne’s second album, released in 1973, is probably my favorite of his, and Our Lady Of The Well is probably my favorite song on it. It opens, connected to Take It Easy, with a simple, but beautiful little melody picked out in the key of G.

The song is very easy to strum and play, with a couple barre chords.

The lesson goes through the progression, the intro, along with a bit of a harmony part added to it before the second verse, and ends with some thoughts on soloing in G using parallel thirds and sixths on the top three strings.