Forever Autumn – Justin Hayward – Acoustic Guitar Lesson (easy – ish)

An acoustic guitar lesson of my interpretation of the classic Justin Hayward song from the great concept album War Of The Worlds – Forever Autumn. (also covered by Gary Barlow for the remade album of the same name). Loads more free lessons can be found at Guitar Tutor Man’s official website where you can also find a song sheet for this video 🙂 Please support my video creation by clicking here: 🙂
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  1. As ever Mr Robinson outstanding!!

  2. A vast crowd buffeted me towards the already packed steamer. I looked up enviously at
    those safely on board – straight into the eyes of my beloved Carrie! At sight of me she
    began to fight her way along the packed deck to the gangplank. At that very moment it
    was raised, and I caught a last glimpse of her despairing face as the crowd swept me
    away from her.
    The steamer began to move slowly away – but on the landward horizon
    appeared the silhouette of a Fighting Machine. Another came, and another, striding over
    hills and trees, plunging far out to sea and blocking the exit of the steamer. Between
    them lay the silent, grey Ironclad 'Thunder Child'. Slowly it moved towards shore; then,
    with a deafening roar and whoosh of spray, it swung about and drove at full speed
    towards the waiting Martians.

  3. I'm a huge fan of Justin Hayward your video helps me a lot thanks

  4. You have such an amazingly beautiful voice! I'm glad I found you while searching for this song. One of my favs- understandably lol! Do u perform anywhere?

  5. My first time to your site. I love the way you have it set up. Easy to follow. Thank you. Nice voice too.

  6. Nice job Alan – thanks for the helpful chords and strumming patterns. Any chance you can describe your recording set up?

  7. Beautifully played and sung!! Thank you for posting this.

  8. Excellent Alan! Many thanks for that. Really well sung too.

  9. you sound like Justin Hayward, you may even pass as his twin brother

  10. Killed it.
    Your voice is as good as your guitar.
    Awesome mate.

  11. Thanks Alan, love it and now I recon I can play it.

  12. Never as a kid did I imagine I would be able to play this, now I can, cheers!

  13. Thanks from Tucson

  14. Nice- I have not picked up my G'tar for over a year but I'm going to now and learn this !!! Thank you.. (Roll on the finger blisters)

  15. Great job….and THANKS!

  16. Good use of capo to make common sense chord shapes for the arpeggios
    paul UK

  17. Amazing talent and everything, but one enormous problem. That is one untidy desktop.

  18. excellent…nice job, thanks from France.

  19. nice job mate.

  20. Nice job.

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