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This was originally done by country singer/songwriter Keith Whitley in 1988 and covered on a tribute album to him by Alison Krauss in 1994. The two versions are very similar, just using different accompaniment techniques. The lesson starts with a ‘Listen’ segment for the student to try to hear the chord changes. This is followed by a couple of segments breaking down both Keith’s version and Alison’s, which was played by Union Station guitarist Dan Tyminski.
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Why did you stop playing part of the lesson, now all you do is talk about the background history of the song , I do not select a song based on the history I have been selecting based on how you are playing it and teaching it .as you already.know people play and teach many different ways . Please continue to add a small eampl of you playing it as part of thereiview like you used to do for most of your songs