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Bad Case of Loving You
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Bad Case of Loving You
In this lesson, Brandon Trapp teaches “Bad Case of Loving You” by Robert Palmer. Palmer was an English born, Grammy awarding winning singer-songwriter. He is known for having an eclectic mix of styles on his various albums as well as his distinct voice. Palmer started playing music in the 60’s and his career managed to span five decades. This tune is off his 1979 album, Secrets. Secrets was the first album Palmer ever took the lead as a producer and it was definitely a success. The album reached #16 in the US and “Bad Case of Loving You” made it to #14. It was also a #1 single in Canada.

Brandon plays a Gibson USA Les Paul Classic in this lesson.



Brandon Trapp
    In the 7th grade Brandon got his first real guitar. After learning a few chords he found a 50's and 60's songbook lying around the house. Currently Brandon is a working musician and a guitar teacher at MusikWorks Studios in Nashville, TN and is a regular contributor to Gibson.com.

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"BAD CASE OF LOVING YOU"
© 1979 - Moon Martin

All Rights Reserved. Used by Permission

Lesson Details
Skill Level:
Intermediate
Genres:
Pop
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