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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Digital Larry, Nov 14, 2019.
I've always liked Federal Reserve Notes
What's working for the 2nd degree is that it's a full step in either direction to another scale note. You could make the same argument for the 6th degree and the 5th degree (although the G over Bm7b5 sounds more like G9/B, but A still works as well as D.)
The first note B.B. plays on the instrumental break to “If You Love Me”
The entire album is a box of treasures.
My favorite note,,,
I left you a Double Bacon Cheeseburger and Onion rings in the oven, and a case of beer in the fridge!
P.S. You can have as many of your girlfriends over as you like,,,
Your Loving Wife,,, XXXOOO
Nigel's Les Paul, just sitting there in its stand. "Can you hear that?"
The harmonic "ping" at the end of the guitar solo in the Beatles "Nowhere Man"
Clapton's famous E, from about 1:21 until around 1:26.
The blue note.
this one is my personal favorite!
Well, obviously it's The Brown Note, but I see that someone has already piped in with that Information.
The first note in Gilmour's solo on Have a Cigar. Mind-altering
lots of fine notes out there; sometimes it's the little things like the loop-de-loop ending of the note at the end of David Lindley's solo for Jackson Browne's "These Days" on the record. Just after 2:20. Nice work, Mr. Lindley.
The resolved note sequence starting around 3:28...
That long lunar note..
i gotta go with C#