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eddiecat
Hello Muris!
I saw this sub-forum had no topics,
so I thought I'd start one!
Unlike most guitar fans who fall in love with this instrument through real guitar masters,
I fell in love with guitar after discovering "Grace" by Jeff Buckley.
Great songs (with a capital S), awesome voice and pure magical guitarness.
Every time I listen to it carefully I discover something new.
I think Jeff Buckley was a great guitarist (songwriter, singer),
that he did some super guitar arrangements,
and that Grace is a piece of work!
Who knows, maybe you'll agree.
Ok, time to go back to my beloved scales. sad.gif
Cheers, Eddie
Muris Varajic
Oh yeah,Grace is truly Master piece! :0

Maybe not for fans of shred and speed,
but surely for lovers of sweet notes,smooth chords and moody arrangements!!
And Jeff's voice is amazing too,easy to recognize which is a rare gift. rolleyes.gif
eddiecat
And Jeff's voice is amazing too,easy to recognize which is a rare gift. rolleyes.gif
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Yeah! I guess you can say the same about Joni Mitchell's voice! Wow, ain't she good?
BTW, Jeff was into shred in his early career, when he was
in the advanced classes of the M.I. in Los Angeles.
He was in a band (can't remember the name)
playing as lead guitarist.
But I think he just stopped soloing once
he discovered his voice and the power of songs.
In some ways he reminds me of Chet Baker (one of my mom's favourites).
I guess music became a very intimate issue to him.
Hey, my goal is to come up with some nice melodic
ideas, no matter how fast or slow.
Hope you guys will show me the path smile.gif
Bye, Eddie
symon
blink.gif Wow this is a little freaky ohmy.gif i have been learning (forget her by jeff buckley) for the most part of today and meant to open up guitar pro and clicked on this short cut by force of habbit then i thought oh well now explorers open i may as well open up another tab (window)and go to ebay and look at what jeff buckley dvd's there are as i have a friend who is just crazy about him (hence learning the song wink.gif )and thought i would get her one clicked on a few different things shut some windows and spooky spooky this page is open on this topic
now the hard part wondering what it all means unsure.gif
much love and light symon
eddiecat
QUOTE (symon @ Sep 23 2007, 08:09 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
blink.gif Wow this is a little freaky ohmy.gif i have been learning (forget her by jeff buckley) for the most part of today and meant to open up guitar pro and clicked on this short cut by force of habbit then i thought oh well now explorers open i may as well open up another tab (window)and go to ebay and look at what jeff buckley dvd's there are as i have a friend who is just crazy about him (hence learning the song wink.gif )and thought i would get her one clicked on a few different things shut some windows and spooky spooky this page is open on this topic
now the hard part wondering what it all means unsure.gif
much love and light symon



Hi Symon!
I guess it only means that something
really beautiful will always find
it's way to the surface. A bit like truth.
Cheers, Eddie
Saoirse O'Shea
Jeff was a wonderful musician - as was his father Tim. Apart from Grace we seem to play Sketches for... in the car quite a bit. I first got in to his dad's stuff via This Mortal Coil's lovely cover of 'Song to the siren'.

Cheers,
Tony
symon
QUOTE (eddiecat @ Sep 24 2007, 05:49 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Hi Symon!
I guess it only means that something
really beautiful will always find
it's way to the surface. A bit like truth.
Cheers, Eddie

nice eddie nice
symon
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