Every Night by Paul McCartney | acoustic
An acoustic guitar lesson on how to play "Every Night" by Paul McCartney from the “McCartney” album released in 1970.
Other than “Maybe I’m Amazed”, and “Junk”, I’ve always thought that this was the best track on “McCartney.” Most of the tracks were recorded at his home using a Studer four track, but this song was recorded at Abbey Road studios on their eight track system.
According to the article above, he booked the time at Abbey Road as “Billy Martin”, to avoid conflict with the other Beatles.
Live, he plays it a lot different than the record, it’s always a lot slower and never seems to get the same vibe. I think it’s a great record and part of that is those cool acoustic guitar fills that for me, give the song part of its magic.
I had a lot of fun working on the demo as it’s always been one of my favorite McCartney tracks.
I hope you find the lesson useful and I hope you have fun playing this great song. Cheers
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