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Kathy's Song was written by Paul Simon after his return to America. He had been living and writing in England when Sounds Of Silence started getting airplay, and Columbia called him back to capitalize on the momentum. This lesson is on Eva Cassidy’s arrangement of the song, which is pretty similar to the original but a little more basic as far as the guitar part is concerned. It uses the standard alternating picking technique, along with chords in the key of G, although she capos to the third fret.
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A very good lesson, I enjoy Eva's songs.
written by jd1a, June 06, 2016
I LOVE Eva Cassidy and was listening to this song this morning. Decided to google how to play it and found YOU! I'm SO happy right now! THANK YOU! LOVED LOVED LOVED the lessons. I'm a new fan, for sure.
written by crudich, April 24, 2016
I really enjoy this lesson, as well as the song itself that deserves this attention. Thank you Neil