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"There Is No Greater Love" (Live) by Amy Winehouse || Guitar: Tab + Sheet Music + Chords

Amy Winehouse

"There Is No Greater Love" (Live) by Amy Winehouse || Guitar: Tab + Sheet Music + Chords

"There Is No Greater Love" (Live) by Amy Winehouse || Guitar: Tab + Sheet Music + Chords
"There Is No Greater Love" (Live) by Amy Winehouse || Guitar: Tab + Sheet Music + Chords

"There Is No Greater Love" (Live) by Amy Winehouse || Guitar: Tab + Sheet Music + Chords

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song: There Is No Greater Love (jazz standard)
artist: Amy Winehouse
writers: Music by Isham Jones / Lyrics by Marty Symes (1936)
performance: Live @ SWR3: New Pop Festival, Theater Baden-Baden, Germany (2004)

nylon-stringed acoustic guitar: Femi Temowo

This is a transcription of the live performance of the 1936 jazz standard, "There Is No Greater Love", performed in 2004 at the SWR3 music festival, New Pop Festival, in Baden-Baden, Germany. This tune was initially released by Amy Winehouse on the 2003 album, Frank in a different arrangement. The guitarist playing in this live performance is jazz guitarist Femi Temowo, who worked as guitar accompanist and musical director on the Amy Winehouse tour of 2004-5, after the release of Frank, her debut album.

Femi Tomowo's guitar playing is, as always, super sophisticated jazz-guitar playing, which combines well-chosen jazz chords with his groovy finger-picking technique. Hence, pay attention to the well-chosen dominant chords (bars 56-59 will blow your mind!), and to the subtle percussive slaps and muted notes that set the groove in motion. Enjoy!