Landslide by Fleetwood Mac | acoustic
An acoustic guitar lesson on Landslide, the classic Fleetwood Mac finger picking song from the 1975 album "Fleetwood Mac", the first to feature Stevie Nicks and Lindsay Buckingham.
Although the basic pattern is fairly simple, there are a lot of nuances as the song progresses along.
Here's a quote from Wikipedia about the song:
"Stevie Nicks says she wrote this song while contemplating going back to school or continuing on professionally with guitarist Lindsey Buckingham. Their album Buckingham Nicks had been dropped by Polydor Records before they could release a follow up.
She wrote the song while visiting Aspen, Colorado, sitting in someone's living room "looking out at the Rocky Mountains pondering the avalanche of everything that had come crashing down on us ... at that moment, my life truly felt like a landslide in many ways".
In this acoustic guitar lesson I'll attempt to combine the 4 acoustic guitar parts into something you can play on one.
I really enjoyed working on this tune. Lindsey Buckingham is such a great finger picker!
Make sure to check my other lesson on the live solo. If you're playing this by yourself, that works really nicely.
I hope that you are ale to get something from my lesson and that you enjoy playing this beautiful finger picking song. Cheers
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