"Science is a wonderful thing if one doesn't have to earn a living at it." A. Einstein
Gravity and the Unified Theory are not unlike a musical composition where all parts have to fit together in harmony.....
With Acoustic Guitar, there is no finer Artist than James Taylor. His "Frozen Man" is my favorite and most difficult to play and sing for 4 min and 17 sec without a mistake. It reminds me of myself.... https://youtu.be/RJdyYJDYXIo
My own composition; "Lady"; Recorded on a Fostex DMT 8vL 8 Track Simul-Sync Recorder. Played and sang all parts. Programmable Drummer with MIDI Interface, 7 of 8 tracks used. Pics from CA Trip. https://youtu.be/qk4hULhyJeA ©2000. More on the Music Page.
When it comes to acoustic guitar, James Taylor is the drop dead best. I'm not much of a "Strummer". James Taylor's tunes have intricate finger picking. That combined with having to sing at the same time is incredibly difficult. He makes it look easy. It's not, and it's a real challenge for me, like mental Pilates. 2015 videos are from the house in East Haddam, CT. 2017 are from Erica's Bristol CT apartment.
"Fire and Rain" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T5jbIuZId84
"Close Your Eyes" 2017https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iqIHNaftCf8
"Frozen Man" 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RJdyYJDYXIo
"Frozen Man" 2015 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qKs41NXHg24 (I hated that Martin Guitar. lol)
"Copperline" 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2aR2zKpzhns
"Something in the Way She Moves" 2015 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eEwQ1Boe8SQ