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Neil Young - Greatest Hits Songbook: Easy Guitar with Notes and Tab by Neil Young(Easy Guitar). Now even beginning guitarists can play 16 Neil Young classics! Includes easy guitar arrangements in notes & tab for: After the Gold Rush * Cinnamon Girl * Comes a Time * Cowgirl in the Sand * Down by the River * Harvest Moon * Heart of Gold * Helpless * Hey Hey, My My (Into the Black) * Like a Hurricane * The Needle and the Damage Done * Ohio * Old Man * Only Love Can Break Your Heart * Rockin in the Free World * Southern Man. Also includes photos and lyric sheets!
"My My, Hey Hey" by Neil Young : 365 Riffs For Beginning Guitar !!
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Home Free Guitar Course. Log In Register. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. My My Hey Hey tabs Tabs. Young's work is characterized by deeply personal lyrics, distinctive guitar work, and signature nasal tenor singing voice. Although he accompanies himself on several different instruments—including piano and harmonica—his style of claw-hammer acoustic guitar and often idiosyncratic soloing on electric guitar are the linchpins of a sometimes ragged, sometimes polished sound.
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The songs included are: About to rain ; Albuquerque ; Already one ; Ambulance blues ; Barstool blues ; Bite the bullet ; Borrowed tune ; The campaigner ; Come on baby, let's go downtown ; Comes a time ; Cortez the killer ; Danger bird ; Deep forbidden lake ; Don't cry no tears ; Down to the wire ; Drive back ; Field of opportunity ; For the turnstiles ; Fontainebleau ; Goin' back ; Hey babe! Convert currency. Add to Basket. Book Description Alfred Music, Sheet music. Condition: New.
When learning to play guitar, it can be daunting to open a chord book and see hundreds of chords you think you have to know in order to play a few songs. In reality, though, the opposite is true: You only need to know a few chords to play hundreds of songs. That's right. Many of the most famous songs in the world are made up of three chords or less, and many even share the same three chords. Harry Nilsson, for one, prized simplicity in his songwriting so much that he used a single chord an arpeggiated C7th to brilliant effect in his hit, "Coconut. As Willie Nelson says, all you need for a good song is "three chords and the truth.