Blowin’ In The Wind – Bob Dylan – Acoustic Guitar Lesson (easy)

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performances by Bob Dylan, check-out the official channel at www.youtube.com/bobdylan.”

A guitar lesson of my interpretation of the classic Bob Dylan song – Blowin’ In The Wind. Loads more free lessons can be found at Guitar Tutor Man’s official website: http://guitar.freemovies.co.uk where you can also find a song sheet for this video 🙂 Please support my video creation by clicking here: http://www.gofundme.com/guitar-tutor-man 🙂
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19 comments

  1. Good job ….ange french

  2. Well done … i wish i can sing like you :)

  3. Wonderful voice very well done concise, to the point video

  4. Bob Dylan NOBEL DE LITERATURA… HE DESERVES, MY CONGRATULATIONS!! COME TO BRASIL /BELO HORIZONTE…

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  8. Carlos Manuel Romero Luna

    Really nice !

  9. the best guitar lesson site on YouTube, thank you Alan

  10. Gian Piero Milanetti

    God Bless You for every… tabulate!!!

  11. Jean-Michel PERROT

    Too much nice song, Alan

  12. Alan, I see that you are a Takamine fan, like I am. May I ask what Takamine models you currently have???
    Thank you for the lessons. I'm self-taught and with your help, getting better.Thank you, Alan..!!

  13. Thanks bro!! Hugst, from Perú.
    P.S. If you are thinking about more lessons, please consider: Three Marlenas y Wallflowers.

  14. Is there a reason you are strumming the next cord before plucking with your thumb in the slow, version or my just missing it in the regular speed version and you're doing it there as well?

  15. Beautiful. Thanks for the tutoring.

  16. hey!! nice video!!
    a lot of information different to the others videos..

  17. Obrigado em Portugues…..  Thanks , very good….

  18. Thanks Alan….it's nice to play a version without the use of a capo and the progressions of G/F# and Dmaj/C# force me to play the alternate fingering for G – which I need to work on as lots of acoustic songs seem to work better with that version of G.

    Cheers for Annapolis, Maryland – TGD

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