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I got a theory that the Beatles learned about augmented, diminished, and minor IV chords from their cover of "Til There Was You."
This tune is usually played in Eb and the first two bars are a I vi ii V progression which is repeated later. I'm having trouble hearing how Bill...
I've been quoting "Cherokee' when playing a fast blues after hearing this at 1:26. The half notes of the melody work nicely at a fast tempo....
I got it down. THanks!
On the subject of Malcolm GLadwell and his 10,000 hour theory, here's his take on the Beatles:
I would take the Gibson J-180E. They still make those?
This may be the most gorgeous musical instrument I've ever seen:
-- Every musician should learn to read music in order to understand the metrical structure of music.
-- Roy Orbison's music gives me the creeps....
If you play a lot with bare fingers you will build up calluses. Those will give you enough brightness and clean release to get by.
If the truss rod works there's always hope for just about any guitar. Otherwise, dump it.
Oh dear. It was actually played on a Kurzweil synth:
"Cry Me River" is in Dm and the bridge is in Gm, moving to G7, the V chord of Dm.
'Body and Soul' is usually written in Db. The bridge is in D...
In the Tin Pan Alley style of songwriting you often see an abrupt key change at the start of the bridge, then it modulates back to the V chord of...