Guitar In His Mouth!

Michael Winslow of 'Police Academy' shows off his amazing skills on a jam of Led Zeppelin's 'Whole Lotta Love'.

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Taylor Swift - We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together - Guitar Lesson - Acoustic ‪Tutorial‬


"We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" is a song recorded by American recording artist Taylor Swift. It was written by Swift with Max Martin and Shellback. Production was handled by Martin and Shellback, with Scott Borchetta serving as executive producer.

It was released as the lead single from Swift's fourth studio album Red (2012) on August 13, 2012 by Big Machine Records."We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" is a pop and bubblegum pop song while the lyrics depict Swift's frustration at an ex-lover who wants to re-kindle their relationship.

The songwriters wrote the song after Swift's ex-boyfriend's friend spoke of rumors he heard that Swift and her former boyfriend were reuniting. The song received mixed reviews from music critics; some praised the catchy, radio-friendly hook while others felt the song lacked the thoughtfulness of Swift's previous, more guitar-based work. The song was an instant commercial success.

It is the first song in Swift's career to peak at number one on the Billboard Hot 100, and the first song to hold the top spot for more than one week after a huge leap, since Kelly Clarkson's two-week run of "My Life Would Suck Without You" after the song rocketed from number 97 to the top spot.

A music video for the song was released in August 2012. It was the first music video to be presented in 4K resolution and received positive reviews from critics. A CD single was released in September 2012 by Swift's official store, Amazon.com and US Walmart stores.

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Gangnam Style - ‪Psy‬ - ‪Guitar Lesson - How To Play ‬Korean Kpop Dance ‪Song ‬Acoustic ‪Tutorial‬


"Gangnam Style" (Korean: 강남스타일, IPA: [kaŋnam sɯtʰail]) is a single by the South Korean pop artist PSY. The song was released on July 15, 2012, as the lead single of his sixth studio album PSY 6 (Six Rules), Part 1. "Gangnam Style" debuted at number one on the Gaon Chart, the national record chart of South Korea.[3] As of November 4, 2012, the music video has been viewed over 650 million times on YouTube,[4] and is the site's second most watched video[5][6] and most watched K-pop video.[7]
The phrase "Gangnam Style" is a Korean neologism that refers to a lifestyle associated with the Gangnam district[8] of Seoul. The song and its accompanying music video went viral in August 2012 and have influenced popular culture since then. "Gangnam Style" is considered by some to be a worldwide phenomenon, while others have praised "Gangnam Style" for its catchy beat and PSY's amusing dance moves in the music video and during live performances. 
On September 17, the song was nominated for Best Video at the upcoming 2012 MTV Europe Music Awards to be held in Frankfurt, Germany.[9] On September 20, 2012, "Gangnam Style" was recognized by Guinness World Records as the most "liked" video in YouTube history.[10]
The music video has become a source of parodies and reaction videos by many different groups including The Oregon Duck, midshipmen from the United States Naval Academy, and the North Korean government.[11][12] PSY has brought the "Gangnam Style" dance to various locations such as The Today Show, Saturday Night Live, Dodger Stadium, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and Samsung commercials.[13] By the end of October 2012, the song reached the number one position in 33 countries including Australia, Canada, France, Germany, and the United Kingdom. 
Although "Gangnam Style"s reception in Japan remained lukewarm, the song topped China's Baidu 500 download list and was labelled by state-controlled media as a "divine melody".[14][15][16][17]
As the song continued to gain popularity, a few prominent figures outside of the sports and entertainment industry appeared in various notable "Gangnam Style" parodies, such as the civil rights activist John Lewis, the Chinese dissident Ai Weiwei, the mayor of Jerusalem Nir Barkat, the American political philosopher Noam Chomsky, and Inri Cristo, a self-proclaimed reincarnation of Jesus Christ.[18] 
It was also referenced by Song Sang-Hyun, the President of the International Criminal Court, during his speech in front of the UN Security Council.[19][20][21] In addition, "Gangnam Style"s dance moves have been performed by business and political leaders including Google's executive chairman Eric Schmidt, the British Prime Minister David Cameron, and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon, who hailed "Gangnam Style" as a "force for world peace"
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Free Bird - Lynyrd Skynyrd - Acoustic guitar Song Tutorial - Easy beginner chords lesson





"Free Bird" (often spelled "Freebird", including by the band itself on the cover of the single) is a song by the American southern rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd. It first featured on the band's debut album in 1973, and has been included on subsequent albums released by the band, including the previously unreleased, unfaded-ending version of the original recording (featured on Skynyrd's Innyrds). Amazon.com music reviewer Lorry Fleming calls it "the most-requested song in the history of rock music."[2]

Released as a single in November 1974, "Free Bird" became the band's second Top 40 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in early 1975, where it peaked at No. 19.[3] A live version of the song also reached the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1977, peaking at No. 38.[3] Free Bird also achieved the No. 3 spot on Guitar World's 100 Greatest Guitar Solos.[4]
It is used as a finale by Lynyrd Skynyrd during their live performances, and is their longest song, often going well over 14 minutes when played live.

The lyrical portion of the song was written early in the group's history. Roadie Billy Powell was discovered as a keyboardist for the band when he played the intro piece to "Free Bird" at a high school prom. Lead vocalist Ronnie Van Zant noted his talent and invited him to join.
Allen Collins's then-girlfriend, Kathy, whom he later married, asked him, "If I leave here tomorrow, would you still remember me?" Collins noted the question and it eventually became the opening line of "Free Bird"
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Diamonds - ‪Rihanna‬ ♫ Acoustic ‪Guitar Lesson - Easy Song Tutorial



"Diamonds" is a song recorded by Barbadian recording artist Rihanna for her upcoming seventh studio album Unapologetic (2012). It was written by Sia Furler in collaboration with Benjamin "Benny Blanco" Levin, Mikkel S. Eriksen and Tor Erik Hermansen. It was produced by Blanco, as well as Eriksen and Hermansen under their production name StarGate. "Diamonds" premiered on September 26, 2012, during the Elvis Duran and the Morning Show and it was released the following day. Def Jam Recordings solicited the single to contemporary hit radio in the United States on October 2. "Diamonds" is a mid-tempo pop ballad with influences of electronic and soul music. The song is a departure from themes of "unhealthy relationships" that are evident in Rihanna's previous singles.[1]
Critical reception for "Diamonds" was generally mixed; some reviewers complimented Rihanna's different musical direction, while others criticized its production. "Diamonds" peaked at number one in Austria, Brazil, France, Germany, Norway, Scotland, South Africa and the United Kingdom, and reached top-ten positions in nineteen other countries, including Australia, Canada, Italy, New Zealand and Spain. The song reached number five on the US Billboard Hot 100 and number one on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs.

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Shimmer‬ - Fuel ♫ ‪Guitar Song Lessons - Intermediate 90's Rock Tutorial‬





Shimmer‬ - Fuel ♫ ‪Guitar Song Lesson - Intermediate 90's Rock Tutorial‬ 

"Shimmer" is Fuel's first single from their album Sunburn. It was released on August 25, 1998. Written by guitarist/songwriter Carl Bell, the single peaked at #2 on the Billboard Alternative Song Charts and at #42 on the Billboard Hot 100.

This song is known for having a couple of verses each followed by a short chorus for the first minute and 30 seconds, then leading into a series of six verses sung "It's too far away for me to hold, too far away" with a short instrumental break coming in between the second and third of these "Too far away" verses. The last line in the song is then sung "Guess I'll let it go".

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