Queen – Feelings Feelings – Guitar Lesson (Guitar Tab)

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How To Play See What A Fool I’ve Been Queen Guitar Lesson (Guitar Tab)

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How To Play See What A Fool I’ve Been Queen Guitar Lesson (Guitar Tab)

In this guitar lesson video we look at the Queen B Side See What A Fool I’ve Been a blues driven song based on E – B – A chord progression.

We look at guitar intro as well as verse chorus and the licks used. As for the solo we look at the chord progression and may some time in the future looked at the guitar solo’s “See What A Fool I’ve Been” was the B-side to Queen’s 1974 single “Seven Seas of Rhye”.

It was inspired by “That’s How I Feel”, a blues song by Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee. Originally released in 1974,[citation needed] it was re-released in 1991 as one of the bonus tracks on the re-release of Queen II.

It was described as “a slow crawl that’s the closest Queen ever came to blues” The “Seven Seas of Rhye” single featured the first of several non-album B-sides released during Queen’s recording career. This song dated from the pre-Queen band Smile. Brian May heard the song “The Way I Feel” by Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee on a TV program, but at the time he never caught the name of the song or band. He remembered the riff and some lyrics and brought them to the band, then proceeded to write “See What A Fool I’ve Been” around it.

How To Play See What A Fool I’ve Been Queen Guitar Lesson (Guitar Tab)

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How To Play See What A Fool I’ve Been Queen Guitar Lesson (Guitar Tab)

In this guitar lesson video we look at the Queen B Side See What A Fool I’ve Been a blues driven song based on E – B – A chord progression. We look at guitar intro as well as verse chorus and the licks used. As for the solo we look at the chord progression and may some time in the future looked at the guitar solo’s “See What A Fool I’ve Been” was the B-side to Queen’s 1974 single “Seven Seas of Rhye”. It was inspired by “That’s How I Feel”, a blues song by Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee. Originally released in 1974,[citation needed] it was re-released in 1991 as one of the bonus tracks on the re-release of Queen II. It was described as “a slow crawl that’s the closest Queen ever came to blues” The “Seven Seas of Rhye” single featured the first of several non-album B-sides released during Queen’s recording career. This song dated from the pre-Queen band Smile. Brian May heard the song “The Way I Feel” by Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee on a TV program, but at the time he never caught the name of the song or band. He remembered the riff and some lyrics and brought them to the band, then proceeded to write “See What A Fool I’ve Been” around it. It was not recorded until the Queen II sessions, though it was a live staple since Queen’s formation. The B-side version features a vocal delivery from Freddie Mercury that could be best described as burlesque in nature, rather than the more straightforward delivery of the live and BBC versions which were officially released in 2011. Also, there are lyric changes between the B-side, BBC and live versions (with references to a “train to Georgia” and a “Greyhound bus at dawn” not heard in B-side version, whereas the live versions have no “sailor boy” or “barking dog” lyrics). The reason for these differences has never been explained. In 2004, May was contacted by a fan who had discovered which song “See What A Fool I’ve Been” had been based on, as it had long been a mystery. May officially confirmed “The Way I Feel” as the inspiration after the fan sent him the recently released CD containing the song (along with a note explaining how it was tracked down by looking up song lyrics rather than listening to every recording by Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee). The explanation of the song’s history appears on the February 2004 Soapbox entry of May’s official website. May said he planned to contact their estates to work out the long-overdue royalty issues. Video by James Rundle of Rock Licks Guitar Tuition in South Shields https://www.rock-licks.com

Queen Complete Chords Songbook Review

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Queen Complete Chords Songbook Review by Steven Robertson http://www.lulu.com/shop/http://www.l…

Great songbook by Brian May Guitar Competition winner Steven Robertson set out in the same style as The Little Black Songbooks The book covers the entire back catalogue of Queen from Queen Queen II Sheer Heart Attack A Night At The Opera A Day At The Races News Of The World Jazz The Game Flash Hot Space The Works A Kind Of Magic The Miracle Innuendo Made In Heaven Queen Forever as well as all th B Sides including Feelings Feelings and Dog With A Bone

Queen – Good Company – Acoustic Cover (Guitar Chords)

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Queen – Good Company – (Guitar Chords)
QUEEN COMPLETE CHORD BOOK: http://bit.ly/2eTRjFm
Steven Robertson performs and sings Good Company on acoustic guitar a Brian May track from Queen album A Night At The Opera Chords taken form The Queen Complete Chord Book “Good Company” is a song by British rock band Queen, which was written by Brian May. May also played a “Genuine Aloha” Banjo uke and provided all the vocals on the track.
The song tells a story about a man who was advised in young age by his father to “take care of those you call your own, and keep good company”. The young man accepts the advice, marrying a girl named Sally and also keeping his friends.
However, he began losing interest in his friends after the marriage and they gradually disappear. As he is older, he is becoming more skilled and dedicated to his occupation by working long nights and neglecting his family. In the end, all his efforts is rewarded and he begins his own Limited company (it also serves as a pun; the word “company” mainly serves as a meaning of friends, companions). Dedicated more to his business, he hardly noticed that his wife left him. The song ends with a speaker as an elderly man, puffing on his pipe and pondering the lessons of his life, which he has no one left to share with. Video by James Rundle of Rock Licks Guitar Tuition in South Shields https://www.rock-licks.com

Queen – Tavaszi szel – Guitar Lesson (Guitar Tab)

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Queen – Tavaszi szel – Guitar Lesson (Guitar Tab)

Queen Tavaszi szel Guitar Lesson Guitar Tab Guitar Tab Notes Sheet: http://queen-corner.blogspot.co.uk/20… Tavaszi szel vizet araszt was played live at Budapest 1986 Note: guitar tuned down half step on live performance but im tuned normally for this video. The main riff and first half of song based on an A E chord progression This is the Brian May Freddie Mercury rehearsal video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bVsiL… Video by James Rundle of Rock Licks Guitar Tuition in South Shields https://www.rock-licks.com

Driven By You – Brian May – Guitar Solo Lesson (Guitar Tab)

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“Driven by You” is a song by Queen’s lead guitarist Brian May. It was written as part of his 1992 solo album, Back to the Light. It was released as a single in late 1991, peaking at #6 on the UK Singles Chart and #9 on the US Besides the original album/single version, there are three other known studio versions of the song. One was used in a Ford commercial. The second is an instrumental remix of the song, called Driven by You Two. The other known version of this song has a new drum track from Cozy Powell as a bonus track on the US release of Back to the Light. Shortly before releasing it as single, May played it on the Guitar Legends concert in October 1991, having a super-group backing him: Cozy Powell on drums, Neil Murray on bass, Steve Vai on rhythm guitar, Rick Wakeman and Mike Moran on keyboards, Maggie Ryder, Miriam Stockley and Chris Thompson on backing vocals. Many fans think this song is dedicated to Freddie Mercury because of the lyrics and the song title Driven by You. It was released on 6 November 1991, just 18 days before the death of May’s bandmate Freddie Mercury. It was used by the Ford Motor Company in advertisements for the Ford Probe and for the Ford Escort RS Cosworth, in which Miki Biasion (a Ford rally driver at the time) compared his rally car to the road-going version. Video by James Rundle of Rock Licks Guitar Tuition in South Shields https://www.rock-licks.com

A Kind Of Magic Queen Acoustic Guitar Lesson (Chord Boxes)

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A Kind Of Magic Queen Acoustic Guitar Lesson (Chord Boxes)

How to strum and play on acoustic guitar the classic Queen song penned by Roger Taylor A Kind Of Magic

Chords are straight forward with an A B9 D A chord progression

Video by James Rundle of Rock Licks Guitar Tuition in South Shields https://www.rock-licks.com

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Queen Tavaszi szel Guitar Lesson Guitar Tab

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Queen Tavaszi szel Guitar Lesson Guitar Tab

Guitar Tab Notes Sheet: http://queen-corner.blogspot.co.uk/2017/08/queen-tavaszi-szel-guitar-lesson-guitar.html

Tavaszi szel vizet araszt was played live at Budapest 1986
Note: guitar tuned down half step on live performance but im tuned normally for this video.

The main riff and first half of song based on an A E chord progression

This is the Brian May Freddie Mercury rehearsal video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bVsiLGVnKqQ

 

Video by James Rundle of Rock Licks Guitar Tuition in South Shields https://www.rock-licks.com

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