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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by s5tuart, Sep 27, 2017.
Andrea, Nanda tells me it's one of the easier ones, just a breeze for you talented gals.
Yes Miss! Nothing tricky with this one.
JP is not 100% certain for London...
Anything we can do to help do you think?
Could an anyone suggest some songs for me to learn please. I would feel confident doing simple rhythm (rocking in free world) and love to do simple lead if someone could help me through it.
I've looked through the songs with parts left in them and they seem a bit to tricky at the moment.
Thanks, I'm really looking forward to this!!
I'll withdraw on 'Rockin' for the rhythm, so you can put your name on it.
You are a gentleman. Thank you. I will try my best to do you proud!!
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Looking forward to listening and learning from you all.
I got the impression it was more that he wasn't sure what he'd be doing then - he's retiring soon.
First, aren't there some songs where we could have more than one rhythm guitar (Hey Joe, for example)?
Some songs we've done in the past: Sweet Jane, Jumpin' Jack Flash, You Really Got Me...
How about something from T Rex or Status Quo? I Hear You Knocking by Dave Edmunds has a simple rhythm part too. The lead in Boulevard Of Broken Dreams seems fairly simple...I'll have a think and let you know if any others occur to me. If you need a hand with anything just PM me.
Feel free to jump on the Hey Joe line up. I'd happily do it on my own or with 6 other guitarists. No biggie either way
I can do bass on Bd of Broken Dreams
Rocking in the Freeworld is open jam. The more the merrier.
There will be lots of additional songs on the list (we had almost 40 songs on the list of the last Paris Jam!) - most likely there will be songs that you'd like to join. Also, feel free to join any open jam songs and do some soloing!
The goal is that each participant adds 3 songs to the list (or 2, or 4, we are not fussy). So please add yours, add songs you feel confident playing, or that you think you could learn before the jam.
Lastly, I've been to the first two Euroguestock jams, and because I get easily bored I played some songs that I did not really know how to play - although I know I screwed up some parts, everybody pretended I was a rock star - so don't be afraid of us and enjoy the good vibes!
Maybe I can confine myself to an insane 'Neilesque one note' solo!
Absolutely! ! You could go wild and maybe try 3 or 4 notes.
Star or not, you always Rock!
Never go full Neil. I saw him in Leeds last year. He did an 11 minute solo in the middle of "The needle and damage done" using only the root note in box 1 pentatonic.
It's hard to come back when you've gone full Neil.
I saw him with Crazy Horse a couple of summers ago and they did a song ending that turned in to a twenty minute noise jam. all the folks in the audience were just there to hear "heart of gold" or something along that lines they couldn't handle it at all