Here is the video tutorial for "Till there was you". There's many versions of this song, some are very different. I choose the orginal recording for the "With the beatles" LP, the only one with an acoustic sound. The others, like the live performances in th Ed Sullivan Show, the BBC or The Royal Command were played with electric guitars and George play in different way in each of this shows. There's a version totally different on the Decca Studios audition too.
Note: I only explain the "rare" chords (diminished and augmented) on the John's guitar and the intro, solo and final on George's. The rest you can see it in the video, but if there's a particular part that don't understand, ask me.
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Beatles Lessons - Till There Was You
Hi Nelson - beautiful, thank you so much!
So many chords there. You played more than you explained, which is understandable given that a youtube can only be so long!
"Sweet fragrant meadows of dew ..." - any way to easily explain what they are doing there?
And isn't it absolutely mind-blowing that these young men who couldn't read music
could figure out all those non-traditional chords?
And thank you again, sir!