Just started poking around with this feature, so not much here yet. I pick songs I like, some of which I can't play for the life of me (like some Lyle Lovett stuff), but I hope to figure them out one of these days.
Jimmy Buffett, Lyle Lovett, By The Eagles, Eagles, Buffett, (Jimmy Buffett) and Ted Hawkins
mongo lloyd songbook
A sublime adventure through time and space into the depths of the worlds unknown
John Mellencamp, Nirvana, Johnny Cash, Cars, The Outfield, Beatles, Duran Duran, Buffalo Springfield, Marshall Tucker Band, Prince, Foreigner, Bob Seger, Harry Chapin...
Songs that I am currently formatting. As I get them done I will move them to the "H3 Acoustic" songbook
Jim Croce, Randy Travis, James Taylor, John Denver, Bob Dylan, Eagles, Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Traditional, Stephen Foster, Guns 'n Roses, Billy Joel...
My Favorte Songs
Avenged Sevenfold, Foo Fighters, Finger Eleven, Queens Of The Stone Age and Offspring
Easy songs to play
These are some of my favorite songs... im not sure if some of them are right though. im a beginner and i think these songs are pretty easy to play. i will keep adding more when i find more that i like.
Chris Tomlin, Darlene Zschech, Jonas Brothers, Traditional, Tim Hughes, Kelly Clarkson, Rihanna, Jeremy Camp, Daniel Thomas and Fusebox
Great for music therapists, stuff for elderly, children, anyone. Good theraputic applications
Beatles, Billy Joel, Traditional, Various Artists, Elton John, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Eagles, Misc. Children, Jim Croce, Elvis Presley, Chet Atkins, Chuck Berry...
A collection of songs that are easy enough to play and also sound something like the proper songs. Keeps me amused!
Jam, Oasis, U2, Don McLean, Johnny Cash, Bruce Springsteen, Dodgy, Smiths, Elvis Presley, Proclaimers, Spandau Ballet, Frank Sinatra, Bedouin Soundclash and Eva Cassidy
these songs are what i have learned in my last year of playing. some are a step up and a little challenging for beginners, but they are great songs by great artists.
Neil Young, Band, Jewel, Norah Jones, The Band, Patty Griffin, James Taylor, Joni Mitchell and Bette Midler
EXCELA HEALTH SONGBOOK
Good songs for use in therapy (song communication, lyric analysis)
Johnny Cash, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Abba, Elton John, Jackson Browne, Billy Joel, Jim Croce, Coldplay, Joni Mitchell, Bob Seger, The Eagles, Eagles, Journey...
These songs are all pretty easy, after all, I can play them. Just some of my favorites over the years.
Everly Brothers, Beatles, Sam Cooke, Rod Stewart, Leonard Cohen, Robert Earl Keen, Dire Straits, Roy Orbison, Jet, Van Morrison, Misc. Soul, Rhythm and Blues...
the way it is....just like you said it would be
lots of melodic beautiful songs to enjoy
Garth Brooks, Indigo Girls, Sarah McLachlan, Alanis Morissette, Pink, Damien Rice, Green Day, Crowded House, Barenaked Ladies, John Mayer, Alan Jackson, Kristin Hersh...
These are songs that I like to sing. I'm just a beginner, so some are still too hard to play, but getting easier every day. Grateful Dead, Van Morrison, The Band, Jim Croce, and more.
Grateful Dead, Van Morrison, Jim Croce, Fleetwood Mac, Bread, Little Feat, Little River Band, Various Artists, Marvin Gaye, Sly and The Family Stone, Kenny Loggins...
MKD Concert Setlist....
Well, I put together all the Songs I perform with my band I could find on this website...enjoy!
Katie Melua, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Incubus, Foo Fighters, Who, 10cc, Alanis Morissette, Madness, Tina Dickow, Plain White T's, Men At Work, Led Zeppelin, Jason Mraz...
Keith H. songbook
I believe a good mix of music..pop, country, rock...diverse mix--some easy songs, some more difficult...all fun to play.
Beatles, Jim Croce, Simon & Garfunkel, Neil Diamond, Keith Urban, Lovin' Spoonful, Chuck Berry, Paul Simon, Elton John, Beach Boys, Whitney Houston, Billy Joel...
Johnny Cash, Rory Gallagher, Bob Dylan, Buddy Holly, Merle Haggard, Led Zeppelin and Lowell George
two foot drop cover songs
songs that we cover. A mix of everything that doesnt suck ( in my opinion )
Pearl Jam, Aerosmith and Pink Floyd
tick tock tick
a few really great songs i've been listening to and learning for about a year, there good for repetition and the lyrics arent all about 2:4:2 so they help you to work out your rhythm and strengthen your singing voice too. have fun
Bob Dylan, Pink Floyd, Cure, Smiths, Leonard Cohen, Lou Reed, Ray Lamontagne, Joni Mitchell, ROLLING STONES, Elvis Costello, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Byrds...
Bry Bry's Songbook!
Just a bit of a mix up... Some classics, some 80s all with a view to perform acoustically. Enjoy!
Johnny Cash, Missy Higgins, Rob Thomas, Christy Moore, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Johnny Cash/June Cash, Boomtown Rats, Paolo Nutini, 10 CC, Jet, Jagger/ Richards...
Exactly Where Im At
Ween,Pink Floyd,Magnetic Fields,Mazzy Star, George Baker, Clash,Nick Drake, Jonathan Richman, U2, Phish, Doors, the Jam,Marley, Old Crow Medicine Show, Beck, the Kinks
Pink Floyd, Ween, Phish, U2, Magnetic Fields, Jonathan Richman, Mazzy Star, Kinks, Folk Songs, Beck, Old Crow Medicine Show, The Doors, George Baker Selection, Jam...
<3 You are the Music
This is just some misc. songs that i found and i wanted to share there is a wide variety here! from rock, pop, spongebob, country the works! Enjoy!!
Rascal Flatts, Gary Allan, Aerosmith, Keith Anderson, All American Rejects, Ac/Dc, Snow Patrol, Spongebob Squarepants, Tobymac, Augustana, Pink, Puddle Of Mudd...
easy to play chords
Tom Petty, Stray Cats, Gnarles Barkley and Leo Sayer
Cracked Potts Review
Worship Tunes, Love Songs & More
Hillsong, Bette Midler and Frames
Various intermediate level songs which sound like the real thing when played right.
Oasis, Pink Floyd, Deep Purple, Bill Withers, The Doobie Brothers, Queen, Toto, Unknown, Bob Marley, Eric Clapton & Jim Gordon, Eagles, Rainbow, By The Eagles...