Been messing around with this for some time now.
Done it before, strummed. But its supposed to be fingerpicked.
On paper it should be a easy song. Im sure a lot of you thinks it is too
But it is not that easy to replicate, it goes in 16th, or supposed too… tried to count. But its not so easy…
i have not tried to replicate it… could not if i even wanted. But i have tried to get close to how it should sound, it is a pretty distinctive sound too it if you listen to the original, with a lot of playing on the G string…
Skin & Bones - Foo Fighters
Haha I see the Rockin’ Rollstuhl stole my parking spot as I was manoeuvring (my second listen). He has no etiquette
First and foremost, another cool song choice performed with that understated low-key authenticism that we have come to expect from you and love so much. Bravo!I was intrigued by the fingerstyle pattern. I thought the variation might have been intentional, but after the Dutch critic, thinks perhaps not completely. That makes it even more impressive, as you are able to keep the rhythm pretty constant despite the variations. Kudos. Some nice embellishments, hammer-ons etc.
I presume you moved into the kitchen to provide us with just the right amount of reverb (or perhaps just because you had tidied it up and wanted to impress househusbands like me?)
With my picky :
You could point the camera a little lower. No offense, but I’d prefer to see more of your picking hand than your face
I was going to ask if you anchor your picking hand, but then noticed the tattoo
On a more serious note, I do believe you are mining a very productive seam, with rich results. I would be very curious to see you perform a different style. I imagine Trond clenching his eyes and hollering out some heart-felt expletives would be quite an experience
Oh yeah, I had to laugh when you missed the final strum
You have no idea how often that happens to me and I’m sure it has to be a ‘thing’
All in all a great way to start my day
Not a song I know Trond but that was very delicately played and sung.
Well done I enjoyed your version.
The final bar fluff is so common. The finishing line is in sight and it’s easy to lose focus. “Don’t mess up now, nearly there”. And of course you do.
Thanks a lot Nicole for you too kind words
It is indeed a great song. Very stripped down and «easy» but yet pretty «powerful» i love the movie, i think its great. Some would probably say it is a «girl» movie i think its a super film witha a lot of cool music. And a bit sad…
Thanks again. Really appreciate it
Really well played and sung A very enjoyable listen, thanks for sharing
Love this song, and this is my first time listen to this lovely song, and I am so glad to have heard this from you.
Very emotional singing, your vocals is so pure and so clear, love it!!!
Very nicely done!
Thanks for this beauty, @tRONd !
Thanks a lot Rene. Really appreciate your too kind words
It is a great song. Check it out on the link. As far as i know i think its Bradley Coopers voice and Jason Isbel doing the guitar. But im not 100% sure…
Sounds very nice to my ears and you are a lot further along on fingers work than I! I have not heard you sing prior to this. Your voice is a bit different than I would have thought. It came off well mate! Good mellow song and one that relaxes the soul!
Cheers and be well!
Trond - this was just beautiful!! Thanks a lot for sharing, I really enjoyed the listen.
I never heard this one before, but I really like it thanks to you.
No way, this is an easy tune - it looks hard to be picked and sung at the same time, but watching you felt like ease, actually. Very well done!
Thanks Lisa your kind words means the world to me
Thanks a lot @LBro
Really appreciate your kind words
Thanks a lot Jeff really appreciate it.
Yeah. I too was very reserved when my wife dragged me along to the cinema for this movie. Did not help much that it was almost just women there either
But it such a great movie in all aspects, seen it quite a few times and it is one of my favourite movies actually.
Thanks again Jeff. Really appreciate it
Fabulous performance, Trond, performed with great feeling … right in your wheelhouse.
Like one or two others here, I can pay perhaps too much attention to the nuances of words. This certainly did not look ‘easy’ (although Jason Isbel may find it ‘easy’). It is simple, not overdone and in that simplicity is great beauty and power.
And your feeling for the song comes through in your playing and singing, which makes it a beautiful musical moment for me, the listener.
Nice hearing from you again, and thanks a lot for checking it out. Really appreciate it
Nope. Its not easy, not easy at all… but on paper its one of those «easy 3 chords» songs
And i am miles away from playing it how it should be played.
Thanks again David!