Baker Street was a hit for Gerry Rafferty in 1978. The song started with an iconic sax line, like many of the tunes from the late 1970s. Aside from the sax lines, the song consists of just two main sections, Verse A and Verse B as we have chosen to label them.
This lesson looks mostly at how to accompany the vocal on just an acoustic guitar. This includes the chord progression, with some percussive picking thrown in, and even a look at the opening chord inversions.