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Podcast: Arranging “Won’t Get Fooled Again” for Americana/Roots

In today’s video podcast, I show you where I’m at so far in the process of arranging the Who’s rock classic “Won’t Get Fooled Again” to a more Americana/Roots style. Check out my progress, as I explain and play through the decisions I’m making for working up this tune to fit my playing and singing style. If you liked this...

Roll on through the day with this rocker hit

This Credence Clearwater Revival composition created one of most memorable and famous opening riffs of a rock/pop instant classic. I’m talking about “Proud Mary” of course, and the lyrics evoke coming of age while working one’s way down the river in a modern, adult version of Huck Finn.

This song has a mystic beauty that never gets old

With a beautiful guitar strum and an R&B melody to roll us on ocean waves, “Into the Mystic” is Van Morrison’s poem about returning to a loved one. I had to cover this, as it’s one of Sarah’s favorites.

listen to my “Who’ll Stop the Rain” cover

Jon Fogarty/Creedence Clearwater Revival Covered by Michael Jackman vocal + guitar (1970 Guild D35) + ipad Garage Band, + Clip ends & fade out with Audacity. Enjoy!   Check out my playlist on Soundcloud: