Revolution

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This song is inspired by Latin American guitar music. I learned the arpeggio pattern from the great book by Rico Stover called The Latin American Guitar Guide. The strumming pattern I picked up from my time with the UCSC Latin American Ensemble. In the video I set up three cameras to record simultaneously. I will be recording a new version of this song for my next CD.

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4 thoughts on “Revolution”

  1. John,

    I am really enjoying playing Revolution. I liked it so much I even bought my first flamenco guitar. Thank you for your inspiration!

    Karl

  2. Hey Dude you are Awosone

    man we love you here we play all your music its amazing

    Dude come here to United Arab Emirates “Duabi” you will love it

    contact me plz

    have a good day
    Andrew.

  3. A friend introduced me to a few of your videos on youtube and I can’t get enough! I could watch/listen to you play for days. Being an avid music lover myself, your love of music shines through your playing and is easily recognized!! I plan on buying your CD and will one day be able to attend one of your public shows (I live in South Carolina). Thank you so much for sharing your talent with the world. I, for one, am touched deeply.

    Always,
    Amy Still

  4. John,
    Never say that you will never be the best guitarist… To my ears, you are! It is subjective anyway;

    An old proverb;
    The bird that says it cannot reach the highest limb of the tree, will never know how sweet it’s fruit taste!

    By the way, I love the guitar and scratch plate engravings…
    Adam.

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