A few Jimmy Buffett tunes for campfire use:
"Changes in Lattitudes, Changes in Attitudes" - As a departure from my usual I am actually learning this as a straight cover
"Distantly in Love" - laid back strum with a little finger picking. It's actually a Steve Goodman song but it was made famous by Jimmy Buffett.
"A Pirate Looks at Forty" - I've some friends with whom I fish and camp who are more than half river pirate (reformed of course). One has put forty astern while the has it looming o'er the bow. Average it out, and it's all good.
"City of New Orleans"- Speaking of Steve Goodman songs...I'm doing it fingerpick and trying to be dead steady keeping an alternating bass line on 1 & 3 to keep the feel of rail travel. Playing a simultaneous bass line and fingerpicking a treble fill has been terribly challenging for me. If I can master it, the world will be my oyster. Or at least my mussell. I'm not really a big fan of oysters.
Granted B chord amnesty by King of the Mutants (Long live the king).
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