Wow. You never know what you will find when you're not even looking... Check this out.
Say It's Possible --Terra Naomi
Update: Instructional video for Say It's Possible added.
The main riff tabbed out (with capo on the second fret) would go something like this, if I am following the video correctly (I don't have a capo so I mute the 3rd srtring):
Terra admits it's quite simple, but you know, simple works--and in this case, works well... Now all you need to do is find someone who can sing it properly and you're set! ;-)
Tags: terra naomi music video rock acoustic
Updated 24 June 2006: Added link to YouTube profile.
Updated 29 June 2006: 'How to play...' video added.
Monday, June 19, 2006
A totally rocking, fun, well-produced CD that harkens back to elements & style in rock music that have been missing for years. All sorts of great aspects from '80s rock without the silly posing.
You should buy this disc.
- Now Is The Time -
- Out Here All Night -
- What We Came Here For -
(Yeah man! Now THAT is what I'm talkin' about!)
- Stabbed In The Heart -
(Bryan Adams LIVES!!!!!)
- On Your Speakers -
(lame - Ashlee Simpson lives :-(
- Get Up & Go -
- Outta My Way -
(The PERFECT Poison clone in 2006!)
- You're The One -
(Nice '80s sound. "...fade into the black..."?)
- New Change of Heart -
(Where have I heard that trill lick before? Oh my, of course! It's Journey!!)
- When You Live -
(Break out your lighters if ya have 'em. "...everything fades to black" yet again?? You know they must be dying to do a cover of that song--two references on one album? Anyway, nice ballad.)
- Tonight -
(Fun & Rockin'!)
- Wasted Years -
(This version of the classic Maiden tune has really grown on me. A closer listen to the arrangement has changed my mind on the ochestral tracks. It's really well done.)
Tags: damone music review rock
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