I perform “Heaven” in this video. You can find the transcription here and the backing track here. Enjoy!
Instructional video for each of the solos here.
***Take note that Los Lonely Boys plays their guitars tuned down a half-step. I transposed the backing track up a half-step so that I wouldn’t have to retune my guitar.
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Earle, what can I say, that was PERFECTLY done! I know now without a doubt that you can play ANYTHING you want to play! Absolutely stunning work! You once told me that you were thinking about playing “Satch Boogie”. I know that it is very difficult, but I believe that if anyone could do it, YOU COULD do it. WITHOUT OVERDUBS!
Thanks! It’s not perfect — my timing is a little loose — but I’m happy with it overall. I’m glad you liked it. By the way, “Satch Boogie” is a much more difficult song. It makes my fingers hurt just thinking about it…
If only Los Lonely Boys needed an additional guitarist…
Thanks Don! I don’t think I have enough Texican rock-n-roll running through my veins to hang with Henry Garza, but a man can dream…
Love! Sounds awesome, you are so talented! =)
Really nice job…It’s tough to tackle such a long song, also. If you make a mistake here or there, you have to start over and wade through several minutes of rhythm to get another crack at it! Thumbs up on making it through with a rock-solid recording.