13 Mar Intermission: Country Rock (Keith Urban’s “Slow Turning”, by John Hiatt)
Posted at 19:55h in Other, Performance, Performance Videos, Premium 53 Comments
Was it a secret or not, the fact that I like country rock? Maybe not. Lynyrd Skynyrd took me there many years ago. So I listen to various things.
With the new band, we’re covering a few John Hiatt’s songs, including this wonderful “Slow Turning”.
I’ve been asked (by the band) to “rock it” a bit more, so I chose Keith Urban’s version of it and “invented” the riff you hear me do in most rhythm parts.
I took the chance to try the combination of 1987 with 4×10, one microphone off axis off center. I like it.
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rockin randyPosted at 01:14h, 30 January
I’ve always loved John Hiatts version of this song but you take Keith Urbans to a new level! Great playing!
chenslyPosted at 21:45h, 11 November
Brother again I have to say this is an awesome version. The best in fact! Two years ago I requested that you do a tutorial of this song. I’m begging you man please shoot me an email tutorial at firstname.lastname@example.org
I know your really busy but I would be willing to pay $100 via paypal for your tutorial. It’s badass especially the rhythm parts. Thanks in advance for any help.
chenslyPosted at 23:39h, 15 September
Awesome job! I’m begging you to do a tutorial for this version. I know your really busy but I would greatly appreciate teaching me how you put this one together. I love your teaching. You explain everything in just the right speed and detail wish I lived near you.
SoloDallasPosted at 23:41h, 15 September
Thanks Chris! I can’t promise I’ll do it soon – really a LOT to do right now – but I will. I am sure however, that most of the things I do here will come out also from other tutorials. I always use the same concepts for rhythm and soloing. Please stay with us. Thanks, Fil 😉
wheelmanPosted at 02:19h, 09 August