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Orville Johnson: “The Glory of Love”
 
Peghead Nation blues guitar instructor plays and sings a Piedmont-style version of the classic pop song.
October 21, 2015

Peghead Nation Blues Guitar instructor Orville Johnson’s fingerstyle arrangement of the pop tune “The Glory of Love” is based on the version recorded by Big Bill Broonzy. It’s in the key of C played with alternating bass in the Piedmont style, à la Mississippi John Hurt, Reverend Gary Davis, etc. You can learn how to play “The Glory of Love,” as well as more blues guitar techniques, including fingerstyle, lead guitar, and slide soloing, when you enroll in Orville’s Blues Guitar course on Peghead Nation today. orvillejohnson.com

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