Thanks for checking this cover out, Alexis. Yes, it is not easy singing and playing at the same time but as you know it is all down to getting the guitar playing automatic. That’s great that you have started singing and playing. I look forward to hearing something when you are ready to share.
Thanks for checking this cover out, Toby. Yes, there are a few songs like that where you know the melody and could sing along but wouldn’t remember the title of the top of your head. I’ve got another song on my list to start learning, a different band, that I would be shocked if you never recognised the song title.
Thanks for checking this cover out, Lisa. I’m starting to feel that no songs are easy and they only become easier the more you practice. I would love to hear a rendition of one of the beatles song from you some time.
Thanks for checking this cover out, Jennifer. It was watching some of your beatles covers that inspired me to build up a repertoire of their songs. The same with your recent cover of Champagne Supernova at the mini gig got me thinking about learning The Masterplan.
Thanks for checking this cover out, LB. I’m pleased to hear that I am starting to make some progress with getting the mix better. To be honest I enrolled in the Discover Your Voice course but still to make a start with the course, I’ve just been too busy recently. Though that is a good suggestion of playing the major scale and singing to it, note by note, and won’t eat up too much time. I suppose it would also benefit in ear training which is something else that I’ve been putting off for a while.
Thanks for checking this cover out, Rogier. Oh I have been very busy playing just not enough practicing That B7 chord is wonderful, it’s in quite a few songs that I have been looking at learning and always good to throw in when playing a boogie woogie pattern. This years accomplishment will be mastering the B7 chord. It’s a tricky little chord but you grow to love it.
Thanks for checking this cover out, Gordon. I figured if I’m going to start learning some beatles songs then best to start with the classics. You are absolutely right, there is more to them than meets the eye which is a good learning experience. That is one of the things that I have found most difficult when learning to sing and play cover songs is finding the right octave. Yesterday I started learning ‘You’re Gonna Lose That Girl’ and I’m already thinking about the key.
Thanks for checking this cover out, Sandro. Learning solo’s is something that is definitely on the list of things to start working on but first I want to build up some solid rhythm chops. Though in saying that I’ve started to explore strumming and picking specific notes at the same time to make things a bit more interesting.