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So here is how I sing. I do what I can. It's not much because I have my cursed COPD. I have at one time more control of my voice than this. I have had more dynamics in my voice than this. I sing in my native language to get some dynamics in what I do. It's hard to sing with any feeling at all in a foreign language.
I just picked up my acoustic and tried to imitate what I heard ones. Little grasp of finger play, I have well already, but then it was more folk music. I have not trained a single finger to play so it gets a little notes that are not heard as would be heard. I have not traind fingerplaying at all.
I can not let my guitars decorate the walls in vain. They should be used.
I realy wish I didn't had this cursed COPD. If I was tip top, I would sing for my life as well as I do for playing guitar. I would have somting to give to people. Give a sead or something.
Blues in my native language.mp3 - (1.79 MiB)
The voice in between Leonard Cohen and Tom Waits, with that lovely little verb
It sounds like you've reach your so called "Comfort Zone" Mr MR
(Maybe you might consider to overdub some licks with one of these babies hanging on your wall...)
Good guitar playing, really, full of goodies, no matter few wrongs if there're any
Your voice sounds like Roffe Wikström voice, the swedish blues guitar player and singer.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OG76BVm7 ... m7DJQ#t=42
Yamaha RBX 270 bass guitar with Laney DB150 amp.
Yamaha RGX 320 electric guitar with Egnator Tweaker tube amp.
Fingerstyle with singing is tricky, but you've got that fingerstyle rhythm working well, and it all sounds very natural.
I find it takes me more courage to make a recording of just acoustic guitar and my own vocal as there's no backing track to hide behind.
Well played to, somehow this fits you well.
Let's hear more of that.