Today we are learning to play some Ben Howard Ukulele TABs. I got this album after a friend introduced me to Ben Howard in 2012. It couldn't have come a moment too soon. I found myself simply sitting in a room listening--doing nothing else, but enjoying the music floating over me. To be frank, I was … Continue reading Ben Howard Ukulele TABs – Every Kingdom
Early Kasabian, an intense, raw and brutal album. I like many others have been known to be sat at traffic lights screaming "AH AHAHA AHAHA...I TELL YOU I WANT YOU". Its that make kind of album that one minute makes you feel like your going to war. Then next minute it's transporting you to a … Continue reading KASABIAN UKULELE TABS – Full Debut Album
A collection of songs which gave an insight into the workings of Ian Curtis's mind. There's not much to say about this Joy Division album that hasn't been said already, I mean, Unknown Pleasures is one of those albums that everyone has heard of, everyone knows the band and everyone knows that cover! It says … Continue reading Joy Division – Unknown Pleasures Full Album on the Ukulele ( With TABs )
A Ukulele arrangement of the Coldplay - A Rush Of Blood To The Head album.
I instantly fell in love with Lorde when I heard the bonus track on this album "Love Club". Her sound is so infectious. Then she released the mighty Royals and that was it. I was a fan. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AoNy4PZj8Kc This video is part of a project im working on. Im learning to play my favourite albums … Continue reading Lorde – Pure Heroine
Bleach is less commercial, less polished, less mature, but in a way more charming than their later releases. Personally, I do prefer In Utero and Nevermind. But Bleach is hard to ignore as a very important step on the way of development of Nirvana's music. I had to tackle it on the ukulele. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q6Za-mrExkA This … Continue reading Nirvana – Bleach
Bleach is less commercial, less polished, less mature, but in a way more charming than their later releases. Personally, I do prefer In Utero and Nevermind. But Bleach is hard to ignore as a very important step on the way of development of Nirvana's music. I had to tackle it on the ukulele. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3aBvjmBtFd4 This … Continue reading Kings Of Leon – Youth + Young Manhood