Category: Radiohead

Philip Selway

Philip Selway: Coming up for Air (fingerstyle guitar)

What do you call a guy who hangs out with musicians? A Drummer. What’s the last thing a drummer says in a band? “Hey guys, why don’t we try one of my songs?” Drummers in a nutshell If you have spent any amount of time […]

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Radiohead: Fake Plastic Trees | fingerstyle guitar

It would seem to me, that success is the product of hundreds — if not thousands — of good decisions in any given time period. Whether it’s your diet, a football game, your studies, or just playing guitar — an overabundance of good to bad […]

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Radiohead: High And Dry | fingerstyle guitar

As you can probably tell, I am on a Radiohead bender — and I’m almost ashamed that I haven’t explored solo-guitar interpretations/arrangements of their music until now. Not to belabor the blog thing, but if you want to be successful, their are certain things you have […]

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Radiohead: Everything In Its Right Place | fingerstyle guitar

I’m so focused on doing new material, that I accidentally omitted one of my favorite bands, Radiohead. Blogging is fun, but it’s totally cutthroat.  You’re essentially in a race of ideas with everyone else in your niche.  If a guitarist uploads a video to YouTube […]

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