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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by Matt Sarad, Apr 13, 2021.
Chain of Fools. Cm and Cm7
Born In The USA (2 chords)
Run Through The Jungle, CCR. Dm
I call. And raise you a one-note solo.
Pretty much everything by Junior Kimbrough.
And it's all amazing.
Trance blues, some people call it.
"My songs, they have just the one chord, there’s none of that fancy stuff you hear now, with lots of chords in one song. If I find another chord I leave it for another song.”
— Junior Kimbrough
The Allman Brothers
" Mountain Jam"
45 minutes of a glorious jam on an E chord ( with one C#m thrown in for 4 beats!)
* I really do have a 45+ minute version
Great song. Neil looks and dresses exactly like the cleaning lady at the Elks Club in Mishawaka.
People people people--
Half of John Lee Hooker's catalog
Sorry, but you asked for it. I know. “It’s not REAL Blues”.
I'll see your Bo and raise you Brown
Might as well dive right into it...
Featuring some of the most deeply profound lyrics ever written....
Grammy winner - "Papa Was A Rolling Stone"
Pretty sure Bob only plays the one chord in this:
Mark E Smith's ode to coffee & Ecstasy: