Rocksmith Remastered DLC 4/09/2019 – Cat Stevens

Hello Rocksmith fans!

Things get a bit folky this week with the music game debut of @YusufCatStevens!

Over the weekend we learned that Wild World (Tea for the Tillerman – 1970), would be the first song confirmed for the three song pack! Today we can confirm (via Xbox NZ) that both Father and Son (Tea for the Tillerman – 1970), and Morning Has Broken (Teaser and the Firecat – 1971).

Cat Stevens – $7.99 / Steam

Not even a Capo? Hmm…

There you have it, some great material to play on microphone mode! Are you picking up Cat Stevens or are you looking forward to what else April might bring? Let us know!

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April 8, 2019 10:53 am

Praise Rocksmith for including Cat Stevens for first time in a music game. I really enjoy some of these acoustic songs they really make you a better player since there isn’t any distortion or effects to cover up sloppy playing. Bring on some Simon and Garfunkel next and Leonard Cohen,

April 8, 2019 10:45 pm

It’s packs like these that really show me that I need to invest in a acoustic guitar.

April 9, 2019 2:24 am
Reply to  Cjthemetalkid

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