Pete's choice cuts
Many of these songs are gig-able but may need some changes corrections and enhancments for performance. But all are great live and can be made to sound so.
Blind Faith, Supertramp, Bill Withers, Elvis Costello, Peter Frampton, Bread, Gerry Rafferty, Joni Mitchell, Traffic, Lionel Richie, Traveling Wilburys...
A wide variety of popular and traditional songs including rock, root, folk, and country.
Beatles, John Denver, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Neil Young, Gordon Lightfoot, Eagles, Lennon/McCartney, Rod Stewart, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Johnny Cash, Traditional...
easy on the ear....@
acoustic, slow soft relaxing, nothing heavy here.
Eagles, Bryan Ferry and R.E.M
My Acoustic Set List
John Hiatt, Steve Earle, John Denver, Greg Allman, Kris Kristofferson and Osborne Brothers
Repertorio Frontera Canaria
Repertorio Frontera Canaria
Haines Alaska Iced Tea
This is the some of the Friday Night get together playlist when drinking doesn't take over first
Tom Petty, George Jones, Bob Dylan, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Ben E King, Merle Haggard, Elton John, Otis Redding, Clash, Ween, Ernest Tubb, J. Geils Band and Ac/Dc
A few Good Songs
Tracy Chapman, Beatles, Highwaymen, Tom Petty, Cyndi Lauper, Drifters and Randy Newman
Lynyrd Skynyrd, Counting Crows, Felder, Henley & Frey and Johnny Cash
i loved it!!!!!!
Lionel Richie, Don McLean and Kenny Rogers
If can not find something to play and enjoy there is something sadly wrong.Get the guitar and enjoy yourself.
Creedence Clearwater Revival, Rod Stewart, Who, Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, Lovin' Spoonful, James Taylor, U2, Rolling Stones, George Harrison, Willie Nelson...
Sam Cooke, Traditional, Jeff Buckley, Animals and Chuck Berry
April 06, 2010
Eyes of Blue
Patty Loveless, Terri Clark, Blue Rodeo, Jason Mraz, Alison Krauss and Sara Evans
Nelly Furtado, David Archuleta and Backstreet Boys
Katarine's Fave Music
Mostly consists of: country, folk, and rock. More to come.
Dixie Chicks, Jon Foreman and Molly Jenson
Dr Bill's Tour Songs
These miscellaneous songs were primarily chosen for use on Golf Tour of 24 golfers which included the following musicians excellent violin player, good squeeze-box, average acoustic guitar and 24 great singers.
Misc. Traditional, Traditional, Joan Baez, Drifters, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Pogues, Emmylou Harris, Burl Ives, Sting, Chuck Berry, Billy Ray Cyrus, Paul Anka, Tom Baxton...
My pop/rock favorites mostly from the 70's to 90's
Beatles, Paul Simon, Cat Stevens, Simon & Garfunkel and Beach Boys
various songs for the dedicated player. Play through the list for serious practice everyday. Play these songs at the coffee joint or the cocktail lounge open mike @ college... practice...........
Van Morrison, Bob Dylan, Garth Brooks, Eagles, The Eagles, Otis Redding, By The Eagles, Rolling Stones, V. Morrison, Who...
A developing set list
Eagles, Lloyd Cole, Arctic Monkeys and R.E.M
Tommy Surfer 2
various artists for the basic acoustic guitar player. You could entertain a few freinds, a coffee house, lounge, and go through the book as practice everyday...
Neil Young, Rolling Stones, Linda Ronstadt, Tom Petty, Frank Sinatra, Willie Nelson, Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers and Christy Moore
number three book
play through the book for serious practice...Use songs for coffee joint balladeering. Playing for friends / I like eclectic stuff T.C. firstname.lastname@example.org
James Taylor, Johnny Cash, Patsy Cline, Smokey Robinson, Todd Rundgren, Jimmy Cliff, Flying Burrito Brothers, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Rolling Stones...
Growing up with the Beatles, Stones, etc., and picking up the guitar as an adolescent, I felt incapable and unworthy of even attempting to play the songs of my heroes. As I grew older, I went back to the songs of my youth and was flabbergasted to see just how "playable" those "untouchable" songs really were. It also gave me an added appreciation of just how unique those artists really were. Now in my 50's, it amuses me to see how kids nowadays eat the Beatles, Stones, Hendrix, etc. up as if they were brand new. My latest interest involves browsing YouTube for "cover songs", especially ones by established bands covering other established bands. One good example: Red Hot Chili Peppers. Those guys have their own inimitable style, but some of their covers (I Get Around, Brandy, Castles Made of Sand) show me that they also appreciate and recognize a good song regardless of it's era.
Beatles, Tom Petty, R.E.M, Beach Boys, Lennon/McCartney, Little Feat, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Lovin' Spoonful, Looking Glass, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Unknown...
Simple songs to jam
Misc. Unsigned Bands, Waterboys, Deep Blue Something, R.E.M and Marvin Gaye