Home Cooked Blues
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Three deceptively simple left hand patterns that deliver bonafide blues and rock rythms when combined with the right hand.
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Simple but powerful-sounding left hand patterns for blues and rock.
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We take the simple 1-3-5 pattern and add the 6th, and then the b7th. We end up with great left hand blues,rock and boogie patterns/rhythms.
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Using the left hand pattern 1-3-5-6 we create a solid old school rock and roll (and boogie) rhythm.
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Four more left hand patterns to add to your bag of boogie rock rhythms.
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Learn how to play a common blues turnaround. Bonus for intermediate players: the musical origins of this type of turnaround.
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This boogie - rock lick has been around for decades. It has two parts, and every boogie woogie - rock player uses some variation of this lick. Includes a short rock-boogie song at the end of the lesson where the lick is used.
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We share tips on how to accompany a blues singer, using the classic blues song, Stormy Monday.
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We offer a relatively simple rendition of Leon's great work, "A Song For You". Includes explanations of an intro, chord progression, left hand bass line, turnarounds and endings . A good starter kit for beginners, with added stuff for intermediates.
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Learn first lick and play both hands together with simple left hand beat.
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Learn new left hand pattern and basic concept of transposing.