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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by Thin white duke, Sep 19, 2019.
i will go with less....2 chords are valid?
At times, sure....LOL ….and there's also the very rare appearance of a guitar solo …...God bless The Ramones, RIP, guys
Man, i forgot about it, i would also say in this case, when a cover is better than the original....
Minutemen - "Political Song For Michael Jackson To Sing"
Here's something we all could use.
Up Around the Bend.
that is all
One of my favorites:
Well this one only has two chords...
a pretty woman...an absolute legend and a whole lot of 'poetic license'..
are a couple I really like.
Rock and Roll...
Someone already took Helpless by Neil Young so I'll go with:
California Stars (Wilco)
Oh! Sweet Nuthin' (Velvet Underground)
Fly Swatter/Ice Water Blues (Lyle Lovett)
Love this tune by Midlake
Ooh... Justed noticed that I missed the part about posting THREE of your favs, so I get two more
Le Freak, Chic
Don't Ever Change, Jesus and Mary Chain
Two chords is a good category to do but here are three all with only three chords
Stir it up-Bob Marley A-D-E
One Love -Bob
Acoustic medley from Marley’s song of freedom boxset. You must listen to this if you haven’t heard it. It’s 12 min (slightly edited) of Bob playing three chords G-C-D in a medley of a bunch of his tunes. He’s showing Johnny Nash his songs.
D-C-G can offer a world of options -- especially when playing with drone notes and different voicings. Some you just like to crank up!
The Cult - She Sells Sanctuary
Another work playing around with D-C-G that got a ton of airplay....
The Marshall Tucker Band - Can't You See
I liked this song when it came out too...but I count 5 chords...Don't forget the b6 under "It ain't a crime" and the five chord at the end of the arpeggiated guitar part...