Guitar Songs: Can I Play Taylor Swift Songs On A Classic Guitar?

Stevie Wonder 1974 concert on German TV show Musikladen/Beat Club. I recorded from the European TV channel VH1 in 2003. I wish this would be released on DVD! If someone can help me identify the musicians, it would be great. One of the ladies, Afro and a polo shirt, singing backing vocals is Denice Williams. She was part of Wonder’s female background singing group Wonderlove. I think this is the partial lineup, based on what Stevie says at 23.15: Reggie McBride plays bass. Michael “Mike” Sembello on guitar and keys, Ollie E. Brown on drums. Song list: 1. Jam 2. Contusion 3. Higher Ground 4. Don’t You Worry ‘Bout A Thing 5. I Can See The Sun In Late December 6. He’s Misstra Know-It-All 7. Living For The City 8. Superstition


Comments

  1. Paul H says:

    if you want to

  2. Robert D says:

    Yes.

  3. Anna Jonas says:

    you should play, her love story song, :)
    it would sound rather nice on classic guitar

  4. artgirl222 says:

    yes, i think that would sound nice with her slower songs!! good luck :)

  5. crosstwntraffic says:

    Of course you can. It won’t sound as good as a steel string for that type of music, but you can still do it.