Jody Worrell has just released the third installment of his Blues Standards Rhythm Lesson series. You will learn how to play rhythm guitar parts for three popular blues songs:
Before You Accuse Me: Originally written by Bo Diddley then reintroduced to the public through Eric Clapton’s Unplugged performance and subsequent live shows.
It Hurts Me Too: Basically a traditional song that was recorded early on by Tampa Red and then Elmore James. More recently it’s been covered by Eric Clapton and Keb Mo. Jody also has two lessons that will teach you how to play solos over It Hurts Me Too
Help Me: The tune is pretty similar to the blues instrumental “Green Onions” but is credited to Sonny Boy Williamson and Willie Dixon.
For each song Jody will teach you the chords and some strumming and rhythm tips. You can get a feel for it from the demo. To get this lesson or parts 1 and 2 check out the product page