It is unique in the RMS experience and I think in a small way, it says something about your character I like you. I think you singing was good on this, but Im curious why the vocals are doubled. It is a bit of a distraction to me and I wonder if it is necessary?
I would prefer to just hear your voice. That being said There is a lot more color and character you can put into this that your missing, but capable of adding. Interpretation, and understanding the palette of characters you can add to your singing is something you need to practice for it to become intuitive. Something I do a lot with my students when we are coaching songs. When you post your reviews If so, we would prefer that you embed the player, instead of redirecting out to their site.
Like soundcloud, box. It is NOT a big issue, but if it is only a matter of copy and pasting code in here versus a link, lets do that. If you are not clear on how to do that Hey thanks Robert, in hindsight I agree with the criticisms about the double tracking. In the end I was not pitch perfect on both takes so it just messed up a good thing a bit, but I'd be more than happy to work on this tune next time we work together. As far as the picosong thing goes, I don't think they offer an embed link otherwise I'd do the trick you are suggesting.
Thanks for your time. The character thing he was talking about is adding prosody or rather when the lyrics are making a statement sing it like you are making a statement and when the lyrics form a question sing it like you are asking a question. Add emotional content to the singing. In a song like this you are telling a story AND acting out the lyrics with voice.
Vocal technique is only part of singing and performing. Keep up the good work. I really like your singing. Add this one to your list.
Eric Clapton - From the Cradle
Soon you will have enough to perform two or three sets in public I like it bro, voice relaxed, secure delivery, that's it, singing :. Very pleasant to listen and cool interpretation. MDEW, I do try to connect and project the story as well as I can but obviously I still am working on conveying lyrical content better and better. Eric Clapton - From the Cradle Paperback. Average rating: 0 out of 5 stars, based on 0 reviews Write a review.
Cat's in the Cradle: Guitar/TAB/Vocal Sheet: Harry Chapin
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It was a passion and all his creative energy was being focused into those sessions. What was unusual was that everything was recorded live in the studio, so Eric could capture that live feel. It was a real joy. So we have to use open tunings, slides and other stuff.
Thanks to John Walasko for the original release dates. It was broadcasted once, at least in Europe. This very old Blues classic first recorded in St. Carr was a self-taught piano player, Blackwell a self-taught guitar player. Between and they recorded more than songs, some of them became real evergreens like How Long Blues. Carr died at the age of 30 — liver cirrhosis, too much drinks, Blackwell was shoot in EC played this song in open C tuning!
Open C tuning? You can get this by starting with open E tuning and then tuning the guitar down three semitones E — D — D — C. Or you start with standard tuning and proceed as follows:. And the main turnaround , in the well know way walking down one string while keeping another one constant at the root note C :. Than the vocals start I have a blue… and we can play the rhythm like we use to play in a 12 bar Blues C — F — G 7 , but without slide. Some piano parts are included — if you have no piano….
Short guitar break at with a variation of our well known Blues starting riff, going up to the root note at the high E-string and then back to the root note at the low E-string:. At a variation of the above theme, than starting the next verse. Chords are the same, and guitar fills between area again versions of the above theme. You now go on with the licks above. Remember to play fluid and clean, using small bends and sometimes a major note. Build up and release tension, another short example from goes like:.
I got an idea for a little riff that anybody can play. I always tried to explain that the simpler a thing is, the easier it can get across with the public. Little Walter played the incredible harp, and this song is a good example how Waters moved from the classical Delta Blues form to his interpretation of the Chicago Blues style, leaving the traditional 12 bar song structure, adding stops and improvisations.
Hoochie Coochie Man is a 16 bar Blues in the key of A. EC played it very close to the original, letting his harp player doing most solo work. There are several ways to play the intro, they can be played together or changed during the song. The main 5 note figure always ends up to A or B, both notes from the A chord.
Some variations are:.
This theme with the corresponding A7 chord is the same for the first 7 bars. The chords for all verses are:. During the harmonica solo you can play using the A minor Blues scale. The final chord sliding down from A9, played at the 12th fret. The story about a poor man working five years in a steel mill, giving all his money to his woman who finally puts him out was also a number one on the top 40 rhythm and Blues charts.
During the first verse we can play rhythm guitar with the standard chords A7 — D7 — E7 in a slow 12 bar scheme, sometimes a kind of quick change chord is used.