In 1968 Blood, Sweat & Tears replaced their lead singer, Al Kooper, with David Clayton-Thomas and recorded their second album.
It included a handful of hits, some jazzy improvs, and Sometimes In Winter, a song written and sung by guitarist Steve Katz.
This lesson tries to capture the spirit and mood of the original in a way for a single guitar to accompany the vocal part.
It includes many jazzy chords, instrumental fills, changing time signatures, and syncopated chord changes. It could prove to be pretty challenging.