How to Play Listen to the Music on Acoustic Guitar – Doobie Brothers Song Lesson

How to Play Listen to the Music on Acoustic Guitar – Doobie Brothers Song Lesson
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The Doobie Brothers are known for so many great hits. A blend of rock, funk, r&b, and a little pop thrown in for good measure makes song like Black Water, Long Train Runnin, What a Fool Believes, It Keeps You Runnin, and Listen to the Music all great songs for guitar players to learn. In this lesson from Guitar Control with Sean Daniel, Sean shows you how to play Listen to the Music on acoustic guitar. Listen to the music by the Doobie Brothers is a little funk and a whole lot of rock and roll. It’s a fun song with a great groove, and with Sean’s help, you play this classic on acoustic guitar.

The Doobie Brothers play a brand of funky rock and roll that sounds really good whether it’s played on an electric or acoustic guitar. Many of their killer electric guitar hits sound even better on acoustic guitar, as evidenced here. Sean shows you how to play Listen to the Music on acoustic guitar and gives the song a whole different approach and feel. This is a fun song to play. Everybody knows it and will recognize it as soon as you break into the song. This is an awesome Doobie Brothers guitar lesson that teaches you the chords to Listen to the Music as well as how to play Listen to the Music by the Doobie Brothers.

If you’re a Doobie Brothers fan, you will want to learn how to play Listen to the Music on acoustic guitar and learn how to play other great Doobie Brothers songs on guitar, whether it’s electric or acoustic guitar. This is a killer Doobie Brothers lesson and in particular a killer Listen to the Music guitar lesson. Check out this Guitar Control guitar lesson and learn how to play Listen to the Music. It’s an awesome song and Sean Daniel shows you some really good playing techniques here you can use in other songs.


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10 comments

  1. awesome..Thank you!

  2. great lesson thank you.

  3. Stephen Sanchez

    kool subscribed

  4. BachRock The America Haters Antagonist

    Get a clue bro. One does not have to be even 1/1000 baked out of their mind to enjoy ANY Doobie Brothers song. If that was a joke, not funny.

  5. Sorry, that top E string shouldn't be sounding on the intro sequence. Other wise top drawer.

  6. Excellent lesson. Good pointers. Thanks.

  7. I wonder what inspired this band to name it the Doobie Brothers?

  8. The Voltage Villain

    Just when I thought Guitar Control couldn't get any better you turn up! This is a great lesson and that's a lovely sounding Taylor. Thanks.

  9. Ha! Love this Sean, I used to play all the Doobie Bros songs back when they first came out. It's funny, I could tell that these songs were going to be hits. Nowadays, I wish I could pick them like that… 🙂 Sean, you are the best thing that happened to Guitar Control, Rock On…

  10. Too damn talkative!

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