7 Easy Guitar Songs You Can Learn By The Beatles
When looking for easy guitar songs to play, why not learn some possibly the most influential band ever in the history of popular music?
The band that I speak of is course the Beatles. The Beatles were made up of 4 musicians from Liverpool, England … John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr. Over the years, The Beatles have sold millions of records and recorded more that 200 songs. In the UK alone, the Beatles reached # 1 with more that 40 different singles, albums and EP's.
Not only did the Beatles become one of the most commercially successful bands ever, they made a huge impact on the lifestyles of many at the time. Everything from their hairstyles, their clothes and to even the way they lived their lives was often copied by their fans.
They also had a big influence on many bands throughout the years because of their harmonies, song structures and recording techniques that they used in the studio.
Combine the Lennon / McCartney song writing and the great song structures, you have music that never gets old.
As for us guitarists, there's nothing better to get your audience in a great mood then playing Beatles songs. Everybody knows them and everyone loves them! If you find that your audience are not getting into your music, try playing a Beatles song and I bet they will be singing along in no time.
Also, great songs do not need to be difficult to play and the Beatles proved that. I decided to pick out 7 of my favorites, which was not an easy task because I love so many, that are fairly easy to play. If you are just learning to play guitar, these songs should be easy enough to learn if you practice them enough.
1. Twist And Shout
2. Nowhere Man
3. I Saw Her Standing There
4. Day Tripper
5. A Hard Days Night
6. A Little Help From My Friends
7. Ob La Di Ob La Da
You can find these easy guitar songs at any guitar shop in books, cds and dvds. You can also find them for free online at the numerous guitar tab sites like ultimate-guitar.com, but sometimes the tabs that are submitted are not as accurate as the published books. Now go find them, learn them and most important of all … enjoy them!