#1
I've been playing a lot of fingerpicking acoustic songs lately, but i realized their all at relatively slow tempos. like arrangements of wake me up when september ends and mad world. hana by masaki kishibe. but i want to play something a little bit faster i'm thinking maybe some of the easier andy mckee songs but am open to other suggestions.
#3
Spanish romance maybe, or john butler trio try mist and ocean and good luck you will need it.
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#5
For instrumentals, what's been suggested so far is good (assuming you're not nearly good enough to play any Tommy Emmanuel tunes). But if you're also a singer, I'm a big fan of Elliott Smith. "Angeles" is a good, simple, yet fast-paced song to learn. It will definitely get your right hand in shape. And if you play it cleanly while singing, it can be very impressive.
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For my Father, though it is a little slower, is a fun song to play. Not too challenging, it helped me a lot with getting fingerpicking down.
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#7
If you want faster tempos with Andy Mckee, look up Common Ground. Art of Motion is also good and fun and fast, but quite the bitch to master.