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Evening all, been a while since I checked in here but seems I've something that might be worthwhile to make a thread about.

Worthwhile, in the sense that it's going to make me money. I managed to get myself a paidgig that's going to last for a good 5 hours at least. Now, the first part is where they want me to play flamenco, jazz, classical, and whatever I feel would suit best.

This is not what I'm concerned about, and I think I've enough material here to fill that amount of time. I have my doubts if they have even the slightest idea what flamenco really is but that's besides the point, I'm going to play and they're going to like it, so there.

What I am concerned about, is the other 1 or 2 hours I have to fill, these are mainly 60's, 70's and 80's music. And - I - don't - sing. At all. I'm serious here, I have to amuse them and not scare them away, I've not sung seriously for nearly two decades and getting paid for playing guitar is something I'm not keen on screwing up. Teaching it is fun, this is even better.

Now, I can't nearly find enough material that is easy to listen to but won't get boring. Seeing as how a lot of better known music is more of the easy but boring without vocals stuff, I'm in a bit of a pinch here.

So, long story short, help me get some interesting stuff. And by that I mean stuff like this, http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/tabs/h/harry_sacksioni/amulet_tab.htm

Most are well known things and a little more interesting than three-chord-crybaby combinations.

Thanks in advance, cheers.
Wise Man Says: The guitar is obviously female, she's got hips, breasts... and a hole.
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