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Thread: "Hotel California" - Acoustic Live With Clapton (1977)- 6 min Uke Version!!!

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    Cool "Hotel California" - Acoustic Live With Clapton (1977)- 6 min Uke Version!!!

    Hi there!

    69 Takes over 1 week of work and I'm proud to present to you my Ukulele arrangement of Eagles's "Hotel California"!!!

    Yes there are still lots of errors but I give up trying to do better for now (and sorry for my cheep English accent).

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uiDYdwFCtsE

    I'm content enough to handle some of Clapton's solo parts and sing the song on the same take!

    You can find The intro TABs I wrote on my blog if you're interested:
    http://ukucourscool.blogspot.fr/
    The ending solo will be posted soon!

    Please like or comment if you enjoyed it so I have some pleasing feedback

    Cheers!
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    Ending solo TABs coming soon on the blog!
    I'm a French ukulele teatcher! Visit my Ukulele blog:

    My "Deluxe" TAB & Chords Uke Blog
    UkucoursCool Lessons and Covers on Youtube

    My Ukes:

    Martin&Co S1 / Worth Brown
    Kanile'a K1-C active pickup / Fremont Black Strings
    Kala SMHCE Concert electro / Hilo strings
    Greg Benett Concert UK70 / Aquila Nylgut strings
    Handmade artisanal Tahitian 8 strings uke / fishing line

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    Thanks for the video and the tabs.... Looking forward to the end tabs ans trying it out myself.

    You did a Very nice arrangement and rendition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Olarte View Post
    Thanks for the video and the tabs.... Looking forward to the end tabs ans trying it out myself.

    You did a Very nice arrangement and rendition.
    Thanks Olarte for your support!
    I hope to upload the remaining TAB Wednesday at the latest!

    Have a good sunday
    I'm a French ukulele teatcher! Visit my Ukulele blog:

    My "Deluxe" TAB & Chords Uke Blog
    UkucoursCool Lessons and Covers on Youtube

    My Ukes:

    Martin&Co S1 / Worth Brown
    Kanile'a K1-C active pickup / Fremont Black Strings
    Kala SMHCE Concert electro / Hilo strings
    Greg Benett Concert UK70 / Aquila Nylgut strings
    Handmade artisanal Tahitian 8 strings uke / fishing line

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    The end solo is now disponible on the blog: http://ukucourscool.blogspot.fr/

    Enjoy ;-)
    I'm a French ukulele teatcher! Visit my Ukulele blog:

    My "Deluxe" TAB & Chords Uke Blog
    UkucoursCool Lessons and Covers on Youtube

    My Ukes:

    Martin&Co S1 / Worth Brown
    Kanile'a K1-C active pickup / Fremont Black Strings
    Kala SMHCE Concert electro / Hilo strings
    Greg Benett Concert UK70 / Aquila Nylgut strings
    Handmade artisanal Tahitian 8 strings uke / fishing line

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    Thank you so much UkucoursCool, very interesting! I'll try to do it... mmmmh...

    P.S.: Je parle aussi franšais, je peux lire directement ton blog
    Last edited by Alice_1986; 02-09-2014 at 01:19 PM.

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    Very nice. I enjoyed that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alice_1986 View Post
    Thank you so much UkucoursCool, very interesting! I'll try to do it... mmmmh...

    P.S.: Je parle aussi franšais, je peux lire directement ton blog
    You're welcome, Alice; I'm proud you enjoyed my work! Just allocate some time in it and you'll be surprised it's not *so* hard to play
    Et merci pour ton gentil commentaire; il y a une grande communautÚ de ukulÚlistes ici en France
    I'm a French ukulele teatcher! Visit my Ukulele blog:

    My "Deluxe" TAB & Chords Uke Blog
    UkucoursCool Lessons and Covers on Youtube

    My Ukes:

    Martin&Co S1 / Worth Brown
    Kanile'a K1-C active pickup / Fremont Black Strings
    Kala SMHCE Concert electro / Hilo strings
    Greg Benett Concert UK70 / Aquila Nylgut strings
    Handmade artisanal Tahitian 8 strings uke / fishing line

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    Thank you for your kind comment, SweetWaterBlue!

    (Although I'm quite ashamed about my accent on this one...hard to concentrate on too many things!)
    I'm a French ukulele teatcher! Visit my Ukulele blog:

    My "Deluxe" TAB & Chords Uke Blog
    UkucoursCool Lessons and Covers on Youtube

    My Ukes:

    Martin&Co S1 / Worth Brown
    Kanile'a K1-C active pickup / Fremont Black Strings
    Kala SMHCE Concert electro / Hilo strings
    Greg Benett Concert UK70 / Aquila Nylgut strings
    Handmade artisanal Tahitian 8 strings uke / fishing line

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    You should not be ashamed of your accent.

    It goes quite well with your rendition, and makes it different and personal. Much different then most of the other thousands of renditions of this well known song.

    Same with the "mistakes". I've come to realize that mistakes are only mistakes if they interrupt the music, otherwise, they are a natural part of a live performance.

    Bravo!
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    The Journey is the reward...

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