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Mood For A Day is a retro/neo/quasi-classical piece by Steve Howe which first appeared on Yes's landmark album Fragile. It includes many techniques that are very challenging- flamenco strumming, rapid scales and variations, trill-like hammer-ons and pull-offs, and even a trace of romantic expression from the late nineteenth century. It is a veritable smorgasbord of guitar delights, all of which make it a virtuosic endeavor for any guitar player. This lesson is presented in our old drip-feed manner to help simplify and isolate parts, many of which require pyrotechnic chops to be effective.
Hello, yes I got your email, I was aware that it was in the "My Pay Per Lessons" tab, but for whatever reason, even after refreshing the page, the actual lesson didn't appear until about a day and a half later..Not sure what the issue was, but thank you anyway!
written by russg123, September 01, 2015
Hi Russg, thanks for your comment and we're sorry to hear that you were having trouble with your new purchase. I see that the lesson is active on your account, I sent an email with instructions on how to access your new purchase from the My Pay Per Lessons section. Thank you!
written by tgjameela, August 25, 2015
I paid for this lesson and now I can't access it....What gives???
written by russg123, August 24, 2015
Oops, obviously a mistake on the Master Menu page. Not sure when the tech guys can fix it bit it's on the to-do list. It should be Level 8, in both places.
written by TGNeil, November 15, 2014
I See it says level 9 on the actual lesson page - I think it was a mistake to say 5
written by caperjeff, November 14, 2014
I worked this one out for myself using another tab resource, and an App called Amzing Slow Downer. I cracked 99,9% of it and I've used Neil's lesson here for the finishing touches and for a few flourishes that I thought needed improving. I've gone through the lesson as given to double check and i can say that this is an excellent piece of work. It's a very difficult piece and very difficult to teach, and i think he's done an excellent job. Patience and practice, my friends. If you want to play with the big boys you need to expect it to get a little rough from time to time.
written by itfc1959, March 17, 2014
I used it ONCE-ONCE! and it won't allow me to do it again. I ask for help in email, there's no responce
written by gothicday, January 10, 2014
Level 5, no way. Somehow this slipped through some cracks. It is an 8 and I will try to get that fixed soon. Neil
written by TGNeil, January 08, 2014
Wow -- nice lesson. But giving this a '5' difficulty rating seems a little cruel.