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Thread started 08/18/17 3:20pm

MattyJam

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Favourite acoustic guitar songs ever

A few of mine:

Neil Young - Thrasher
Neil Young - Out On The Weekend
Scott Weiland - Circles
Jesse Johnson - Black In America
Prince - Circle of Amore
Morrissey - Mountjoy
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Reply #1 posted 08/18/17 4:01pm

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"Plush" - Stone Temple Pilots, from Headbanger's Ball.

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Reply #2 posted 08/18/17 4:45pm

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PRINCE - Musicology Tour

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Sometimes It Snows In April
Alice In Chains - No Excuses, Swing on This
The Who (live) - (well it's PETE) I'm One

Pete Townshend - Drowned (Who)

Extreme *(Nuno Bettencourt) - Midnight Express [instrumental]

Extreme - More Than Words

Queen (live) - Dreamer's Ball, Love Of My Life

KANSAS - Dust in the wind

STP - Dancing Days (Zep cover), Wonderful.....and if they'd ever done "STILL REMAINS" that'd be here

Off the top of my head.... anything performed by youtube user "TROUBLECLEF" (acoustic guitar covers/interpretations)

[Edited 8/18/17 16:47pm]

"Damn Dolores, pick another subject, please...introduce the carpet to something other than your knees...."
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Reply #3 posted 08/18/17 5:23pm

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Blowin In The Wind- Bob Dylan

You're A Big Girl Now- Bob Dylan

To Ramona- Bob Dylan

Girl Of North Country- Bob Dylan

Thirteen- Big Star

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Reply #4 posted 08/18/17 5:24pm

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2045RadicalMattZ said:

PRINCE - Musicology Tour

7
Sometimes It Snows In April
Alice In Chains - No Excuses, Swing on This
The Who (live) - (well it's PETE) I'm One

Pete Townshend - Drowned (Who)

Extreme *(Nuno Bettencourt) - Midnight Express [instrumental]

Extreme - More Than Words

Queen (live) - Dreamer's Ball, Love Of My Life

KANSAS - Dust in the wind

STP - Dancing Days (Zep cover), Wonderful.....and if they'd ever done "STILL REMAINS" that'd be here

Off the top of my head.... anything performed by youtube user "TROUBLECLEF" (acoustic guitar covers/interpretations)

[Edited 8/18/17 16:47pm]

Accoustic guitar?

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Reply #5 posted 08/18/17 7:52pm

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Roy Clark ~ Malaguena
B. B. King ~ Alexis' Boogie
Johnnie Taylor ~ God Is Standing By

Elizeth Cardoso ~ Manhã De Carnaval
Frankie Lee Sims ~ Don't Forget Me Baby
Marshall Tucker Band ~ This Ol' Cowboy
Beatles ~ And I Love Her
Al Green ~ Simply Beautiful (live on VH-1)
America ~ Ventura Highway
Mr. Big ~ To Be With You
White Lion ~ When The Children Cry
David Lee Roth ~ Coconut Grove

Tracy Chapman ~ Fast Car

John Denver ~ Take Me Home, Country Roads
Hall & Oates ~ Las Vegas Turnaround
Jose Feliciano ~ Gypsy
Jose Feliciano ~ Affirmation
Jose Feliciano ~ The Flight Of The Bumble Bee
Jose Feliciano ~ Billie Jean
Jose Feliciano ~ Chico And The Man
Igor Presnyakov ~ Smooth Criminal

Marty Robbins ~ El Paso
Charo ~ Granada

Sharon Isbin ~ Rubato
Gypsy Kings ~ Bamboleo
George Michael ~ Heal The Pain
Minnie Riperton ~ Simple Things
Anthony Phillips feat. Phil Collins ~ Which Way The Wind Blows
Genesis ~ Ripples
Genesis ~ Happy The Man
Extreme ~ Hole Hearted
Extreme ~ More Than Words
Mariachi Divas ~ Rosarito

Lisa Loeb ~ Stay

It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. If you don’t know your business, you’re in trouble! ~ Johnnie Taylor
Each generation has their music that they fall in love with, that makes it special to them ~ Ralph Tresvant
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Reply #6 posted 08/20/17 8:35pm

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Redemption Song - Bob Marley

Norwegian Wood - Beatles

Walk on the Wildside - Lou Reed

Mr. Tambourine Man - Bob Dylan

Guns of Brixton - Jimmy Cliff

Hurt - Johnny Cash

After Hours - Velvet Underground

Does This Bus Stop at 82nd St.? - Bruce Springsteen

Picture Book - The Kinks

Nebraska - Bruce Springsteen

Rock N' Roll Suicide - David Bowie

Ramble On - Led Zepellin

Mrs. Robinson - Simon and Garfunkel

Skyway - The Replacements

Patience - Guns N Roses

Yesterdays - Beatles

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Reply #7 posted 08/21/17 11:00am

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Bob Dylan:
It's Alright, Ma
It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
Dark Eyes

The Rolling Stones:
No Expectations
Love In Vain

And too many John Lee Hooker and Lightnin' Hopkins songs to mention...
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[Edited 8/21/17 11:31am]
Don't ever lose your dreams.
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Reply #8 posted 08/21/17 11:12am

NorthC

And of course Blind Willie McTell by Dylan deserves special mention.
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Don't ever lose your dreams.
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Reply #9 posted 08/21/17 2:55pm

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green2 said:

Redemption Song - Bob Marley

Norwegian Wood - Beatles

Walk on the Wildside - Lou Reed

Mr. Tambourine Man - Bob Dylan

Guns of Brixton - Jimmy Cliff

Hurt - Johnny Cash

After Hours - Velvet Underground

Does This Bus Stop at 82nd St.? - Bruce Springsteen

Picture Book - The Kinks

Nebraska - Bruce Springsteen

Rock N' Roll Suicide - David Bowie

Ramble On - Led Zepellin

Mrs. Robinson - Simon and Garfunkel

Skyway - The Replacements

Patience - Guns N Roses

Yesterdays - Beatles

Good choices, how on earth could i forget about those songs, especially Redemption Song.

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Richard Thompson - 1952 Vincent Black Lightning

I mean if he did have sex he would break every rule Jehova's have regarding premarital sex so Prince is really just friends with them all anyway.
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...and hold out for the piano solo at about the 3 1/2 minute mark.




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Sweet Creature- Harry Styles

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214 said:

Sweet Creature- Harry Styles

I prefer the original (Blackbird by The Beatles).

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MattyJam said:

214 said:

Sweet Creature- Harry Styles

I prefer the original (Blackbird by The Beatles).

The original? anyway, i love Blackbird.

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Reply #28 posted 08/24/17 7:07pm

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Prince - "Crazy You"

Earth, Wind & Fire - "Ill Write A Song For You" (the first half)

Duncan Sheik - "Little Hands"

Jim Croce - "Time In A Bottle"

Andre Cymone - "One Day"

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