Probably the hardest part about playing this song once you've got all the patterns and changes together is keeping it consistently correct, it's very easy to play the wrong string. It's a real challenge to get all the way to the end without accidentally knocking into the wrong one. Expect some frustration here.
Don't worry if you find yourself doing that, I remember doing it a lot myself. If you have any questions or want to share anything at all, then please leave a comment below. I hope you've found this lesson useful and thank you for reading. Your email address will not be published. Musicians will often use these skeletons to improvise their own arrangements.
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Fantastic Thank you. Quality not the best. Redirected from Street Spirit. Retrieved 31 May Archived from the original on 13 December Retrieved 8 January Retrieved 30 May Retrieved on 25 January Retrieved 19 August The Guardian. Rolling Stone.The song tries to be about death and dread and evil, but just starts coming through as a commentary on dead end life instead. I'm not sure if what Radiohead is trying to pull off is even possible with words, and I'm inclined to believe that if they can't do it no one can. It's still an incredible song, still my favorite Radiohead song.