i didn't see anything quite like this in the recommended songs thread.

i'm looking for some songs that sound good with only a guitar and vocals. so far i've been looking at a couple by james taylor, but i wanted some other suggestions.

edit: oh and specific songs please.
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some Neil young,johnny Cash,acoustic led zeppelin songs.
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have a look at some stuff by jack johnson, jose gonzalez, maybe even some iron & wine.
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I will follow you into the dark - Death cab for cutie
You've got a friend - James Taylor
Blackbird - The Beatles
Banana Pancakes - Jack Johnson
Rivers of Babylon - Sublime
Wiseman - Slightly Stoopid
Drive - Incubus
grok it.


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Hallelujah - Jeff Buckley

Surprised no one suggested that yet.

Whiskey Lullabye - Brad Paisley
The Dance - Garth Brooks
Piano Man - Billy Joel
The River - Garth Brooks
When I Get Where I'm Going - Brad Paisley
Making Memories of Us - Keith Urban

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Here is my opening set list for when I play solo acoustic gigs. There's a little something for everybody:

Loved ‘em every one- TG Sheppard
Down on the Corner- CCR
Heart of Gold- Neil Young
Werewolves of London- Warren Zevon
Take the Money and Run- Steve Miller Band
Man on the Moon- R.E.M
If You Could Read My Mind- G. Lightfoot
Brian Wilson- Bare Naked Ladies
What I Got/ -Sublime
Sweet Home Alabama- Lynyrd Skynyrd
Louisiana Saturday Night- Mel McDaniel
Dixieland Delight- Alabama
Redneck Girl- The Belamy Brothers
Man on the Moon- R.E.M.
Cats in the Cradle- Harry Chapin
Porch Song- Widespread Panic
Losing my Religion- R.E.M.
So Lonely- The Police
Take it Easy- Eagles
Country Roads- John Denver
Wreck of the Edmond Fitzgerald- G. Lightfoot
Let Your Love Flow- The Belamy Brothers
Whisky Heaven- Fats Domino

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i'm really liking folk-rock stuff, like CSN+Y, jackson browne, bob dylan, etc.

how about something in that genre?

and speaking of which, jackson browne's last tour was all solo-acoustic on his guitar and piano. alot of good stuff there. i saw bob dylan too and but unfortunately it was entirely electric / full band.
bad moon rising- credence clearwater revival ( :
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Classical Gas---Mason Williams

Nothing Else Matters---Metallica

Claifornia Dreamin´---Mamas and Papas

Goodbye Blue Sky---Pink Floyd
Dear Penis - Rodney Carrington
Can't Help Falling In Love With You - Elvis Presley/Richard Marx (whichever one you prefer)

Without Vocals:

Moonlight - Joe Satriani
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