Landslide by Fleetwood Mac is a truly beautiful song and a must-know for any fingerpicker worth their salt! Lindsey Buckingham is a masterful fingerstyle player and his playing on this track is simply perfect.
The story behind “Landslide” as told by Stevie Nicks: It was written in 1973 at a point where Lindsey Buckingham and I had driven to Aspen for him to rehearse for two weeks with Don Everly. Add 'Landslide' by Fleetwood Mac to your Rock Band™ song library. 'Landslide' - Fleetwood Mac is currently not available.
Landslide has straightforward chords throughout but nonetheless it is quite demanding on the right hand, and a decent level of technical skill is required to execute the entire piece with accuracy. You'll likely find the chorus considerably harder than the verse but once you get it down I'm sure you'll throughly enjoy playing it.
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Essentially the verse is just three chords - C, G and Am7. It isn't too tricky for the right hand, and Buckingham uses a travis picking style throughout with the bass constantly alternating between the A and D strings.
The chord changes here are faster; it really does require considerable practice to get it to the point you can play it comfortably.Downloadcrackedcursegaming.
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