Love In Vain - Robert Johnson
Contrary to popular belief, Robert Johnson was hardly a known figure in the popular music world back in the 30's, and right up until the early sixties. It was only until some England blues bands started playing his music did he become more exposed to a much wider audience. Unfortunately Robert never lived to experience this.
"Love In Vain," originally recorded in 1937, was just another obscure record back then. However, when the Rolling Stones recorded it over 30 years later on their "Let It Bleed" record, it became an immediate sensation.
I'm going to show you how to play this wonderful song and give you a wide variety of ideas that will enable you to be as creative as you like with it.
What will you learn in this lesson?
• I'll show you how to play this song using a bass line while moving up and down the fingerboard, adding lead licks at the same time.
• You'll learn the way I use a steady bass line underneath triplet single line licks, as well as incorporating pull offs, hammer ons and slides.
• Two solos, which you'll learn various chord inversions, lead licks and how to use diminished chords to spice up the song.
• A variety of those famous Robert Johnson turnarounds.
This lesson includes 6 movie downloads with all the tab.
Here's a sample of what your movies will look like.
I'll even coach you via email.
You can also stay in touch with me via email and let me know your progress. I'll be happy to answer any questions you may have all along the way.
Only $7.95. I'll PERSONALLY email the link to you. Really, I do that myself.