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Easy Guitar Songs For ALL

Added: Friday, October 26th 2018 at 8:39pm by improvesingingvoice8620
 
 
 

Here are list of songs that are best for beginners and realtively fun!

 

1. 500 Miles By The Proclaimers:

he song is featured in the movies Bachelorette, Identity Thief , Benny & Joon , Ice Age: The Meltdown, Burke and Hare, Sunshine on Leith , and Peter Rabbit. It is also featured in the movie The Angels' Share directed by Ken Loach, which won the Jury Prize at the Cannes Film Festival in 2012.

2. Hey YA - By The Outcast:

Hey Ya! " is a song written and produced  Along with many songs recorded by OutKast's other member , "Hey Ya!" was released by   as one of the album's two . The track became a commercial success, reaching the top five on most of the charts it entered, and reaching number one in Australia, Canada, Norway, Sweden, and the United States. In 2009, Billboard named it as the 20th most successful song of the 2000s in the United States.

The song popularized the phrase "shake it like a Polaroid picture", and the   used the song to revitalize the public's perception of its products.

3. Smoke On the Water - Deep Purple:

Left with an expensive mobile recording unit and no place to record, the band was forced to scout the town for another place to set up. One promising venue (found by Nobs) was a local theatre called The Pavilion, but soon after the band loaded in and started working/recording, neighbours took offence at the noise. The band was only able to lay down backing tracks for one song (based on Blackmore's riff and temporarily named "Title No.1"), before local police shut them down.

After about a week of searching, the band rented the nearly-empty Montreux Grand Hotel and converted its hallways and stairwells into a makeshift studio, where they laid down most of the tracks for what would become their most commercially successful album, (which is dedicated to Claude Nobs).

The only song from Machine Head not recorded entirely in the Grand Hotel was "Smoke on the Water" itself, which had been partly recorded during the abortive Pavilion session. Its lyrics were composed later, primarily by Gillan and based around Glover's title, and the vocals were recorded in the Grand Hotel.

 

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