after the vacation in summer, work did take again most of my time and I was hardly able to join any activity here in the community. At least I managed to learn one or the other new song and I decided to record another AVOYP of me practicing Elliott Smith, Angeles.
Still no recording equipment, no capo to make singing along easier and a lot of red-light tension (which you hear every once in a while during the play) but still kind of proud what I’ve achieved .
It definetely took some time to practice this one but was also a lot of fun. I always enjoy tackling new picking/strumming patterns. At the beginning, it is some work to start really, really slow and get the timing / pattern right. It almost does not sound like music to me but rather robotic. But the moment when it suddenly “clicks” and it all makes sense is just great
Have to agree with the previous replies Ulrich, that was very pleasant indeed. Not an artist I am familiar with so no reference point but what I heard was well played and nicely sung, despite your reservations about the Key. Sounded good to me well done.
Very nice Ulrich. Elliot normally has some interesting chord combinations. Not one of his I’ve tried to play but a song I like. Playing sounded very nice. A little suggestion to try and project your vocal more. It very much sounds like you are singing to yourself.