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"Love Hurts" by Julian Lage || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Sheet Music + Chords

Julian Lage

"Love Hurts" by Julian Lage || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Sheet Music + Chords

"Love Hurts" by Julian Lage || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Sheet Music + Chords
"Love Hurts" by Julian Lage || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Sheet Music + Chords
"Love Hurts" by Julian Lage || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Sheet Music + Chords
"Love Hurts" by Julian Lage || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Sheet Music + Chords

"Love Hurts" by Julian Lage || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Sheet Music + Chords

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song: Love Hurts
artist: Julian Lage
album: Love Hurts (2019)
writer: Boudleaux Bryant (1960)

electric guitar: Julian Lage
double bass: Jorge Roeder
(drums: Dave King)

This title track of the album is a simple love ballad kept fairly simple. This brilliantly features Julian Lage’s subtlety in dynamics of expression, from the quiet and simple themes to the dramatic and elaborate soloing lines. For guitarists, this is also one of the easier tunes to play from his repertoire, which makes it accessible even to beginners of jazz guitar.

“Love Hurts” was originally written by songwriter Boudleaux Bryant around the year 1960, and it instantly became a hit single with The Everly Brothers (1960) after its recording and release. The following year, Roy Orbison (1961) released his version in the typical 1960s-grand-ballad style – the same style as “Crying”, which the Julian Lage trio also cover for this album. The 60s ballad had a 70s revival, when it became one of the biggest singles for the rock band Nazareth (1975).