Here are the ukulele and guitar chords for “Obladi Oblada” a well-known Beatles song from their 1968 double album The Beatles (also known as “the White Album”) – Obladi Oblada in G. This is in the key of G. We also have arrangements for the keys of C and D. From Wikipedia – “Paul McCartney
Here are the ukulele chords for the famous John Denver song, Country Roads. Chords are indicated for the keys of C, D, and G. “Country Roads”, was written by Bill Danoff, Taffy Nivert and John Denver. It was inspired when one of the writers was driving home on the “country roads” to visit with his
Here are the ukulele chords for the Beatles song, Let it Be. Play it in the keys of C, D, and G. McCartney said he had the idea of “Let It Be” after he had a dream about his mother during the tense period surrounding the sessions for The Beatles (“the White Album”) in 1968.
Here are the ukulele chords for the Elvis favourite, Can’t Help Falling in Love”. Play it in the keys of C, D, and G. This song never grows old. “Can’t Help Falling in Love” was featured in Elvis Presley’s 1961 film Blue Hawaii, and has been covered by many artists since. During Presley’s late 1960s
We’ve just created a new section in our website featuring PlayAlong songs especially for Ukulele. Just learning the Ukulele? This section is for you. Chords are indicated, and you can actually play along with these tunes! Go here for Ukulele and Guitar PlayAlong Songs. Here’s a sample:
Pictured here is Oskar Verrinder being presented a Denver guitar by Rick Hendershot, on behalf of the Good Vibrations Music Club. Oskar is the first winner of the Good Vibrations monthly draw. Oskar’s mother, Valentina, is also learning to play the guitar. Next month’s prize will be a Denver ukulele kindly provided by Long and
Here is a chart of the most commonly used ukulele chords. The chords are arranged in “families”, which means that when you play in a specific key the chords in that “family” are the ones you are most likely to need.
Three Little Birds was recorded by Bob Marley and the Wailers back in the day. It is a great introduction to reggae for guitar or ukulele players. Reggae emphasizes the “up” beat rather than the “down” beat as in most rock and pop music. 1-AND-2-AND…
You want to play along with a song but you don’t know what key it’s in. How do you figure it out? The simple fact is…most popular or traditional songs end on the root note of the major scale they are written in. This is known as the “anchor tone” around which the song is