Cash / Prine / Sublime / Pearl Jam
Johnny Cash, Sublime, Pearl Jam, John Prine, Johnny Cash/June Cash and Silverchair
My favourite songs
This contains my favourite songs, and they're not all that easy to play, but some are indeed. Give it a shot
Cornelis Vreeswijk, Flogging Molly, Metallica, Bob Dylan, Dropkick Murphys, Distillers, Imperiet, Magnus Uggla, Ebba Grön, Green Day, Pogues, Nationalteatern...
My other songbook
these songs are more on the soulfull side and they're in my key ( some for the vocals and others for the instrumentals). i hope you enjoy the diversity..........
Stevie Wonder, Paolo Santos, Steely Dan, Eric Clapton, Boz Scaggs, Chicago, Various Artists, Randy Newman, James Taylor, Aretha Franklin, Stylistics, Cyrkle...
Third Eye Blind, Don McLean, Cat Stevens, Misc. Unsigned Bands, Simon & Garfunkel and Billy Joel
It's romantic. It's a dream.
Elvis Presley, Misc. France and Lionel Richie
Very miscellaneous! Some that I play, some I'm still working on... Enjoy!
Beautiful South, Elvis Costello, R.E.M, Ray Lamontagne, Elton John, James Morrison, Billy Bragg, Pretenders, Cyndi Lauper, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Elvis Presley...
I am learning Ukulele and so have learned to copy the guitar chords to uke. Most songs are quite easy to play and need a bit of adding to get the whole song.... Happy Ukeing..
Depeche Mode, Fratellis, Sex Pistols, Shed Seven, Daniel Powter, Busted, Blink 182, Boomtown Rats, Stray Cats, Boyzone, Beautiful South, Kate Nash, Amy Macdonald...
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...
Amos Lee, Judy Garland, Alison Krauss & Union Station, Elvis Presley, Traditional and Robert Earl Keen
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
Open G songs
A few open G songs. I'm still looking for more.
Rolling Stones, Black Crowes, George Thorogood and Led Zeppelin
Druid Hills Jam Band Songbook
Slaid Cleaves, Gin Blossoms, Johnny Nash, Bob Dylan, Graham Nash and Ryan Adams
The usual suspects from a fifty-something! This is my collection of songs that I've enjoyed listening to over the years and that are fun to play and sing. I hope you enjoy them.
Bob Dylan, Kinks, Bread, Rolling Stones, Johnny Cash, Bill Withers, Willie Nelson, Crowded House, Traveling Wilburys, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Glen Campbell...
Pablo Solo songbook
work in progress
Box Tops, Bryan Adams and The Animals
Some of my favourites for singing really loudly(apart from Jack, Suzy and jungle book)
Hoobastank, R.E.M, Queen, Extreme, Jungle Book, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Paul Weller, Puddle Of Mudd, Soggy Bottom Boys, Damien Rice, Snow Patrol, Goo Goo Dolls, Delirious?...
A little bit of everything! From Phish to The Beatles, Chris Isaak to Pearl Jam! Ryan Adams to Nick Drake! A songbook that covers pretty much the entire spectrum. Enjoy!
Tragically Hip, U2, Grateful Dead, Ryan Adams, Oasis, Toad The Wet Sprocket, Rolling Stones, Wilco, Beatles, Raconteurs, Cat Stevens, Matchbox 20, R.E.M, Nick Drake...
The best darned songs I can think of for a wannabe guitarist (like myself)
Weezer, Doors, Oasis, George Strait, Tom Petty, Steve Miller Band, Sarah Mclachlan, Bob Marley, Radiohead, Led Zeppelin, Garth Brooks, Britney Spears, Mr. Big...
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...
some of these r not picking ones cuz i didn't have time
Red Hot Chili Peppers, Athlete, Snow Patrol, Animals and Oasis
Set list for pulp kitchen
Blur, Soundgarden, Muse, Joy Division, Foo Fighters, Rapture, Mogwai, Nine Inch Nails and Moloko
A little bit of the best of everything old... 60s and 70s. Many have been transposed to fit my singing range & easier to play.
Beatles, Johnny Cash, Ricky Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, Five For Fighting, Everly Brothers, Elvis Presley, Gordon Lightfoot, Elton John, John Denver...
just some old songs + a bit of pirates of the caribbean for good measure!
A-Ha, Misc. Soundtrack, Howard Morrison, N. Finn, N. Finn/T. Finn, Ugly Kid Joe, Byrds, Misc. Traditional, John Denver, Don McLean, Beatles, Buckethead and Kaiser Chiefs