Home Cooked Blues
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Learn first lick and play both hands together with simple left hand beat.
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Using what we learned in Basic Blues Lessons 1-9 we sit down at the piano, and improvise a loud, raucous two-fisted boogie woogie. Extra tips and riffs for beginners who want to kick-up their boogie-rock improv skills.
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Written by David Foster, Jay Graydon and Bill Champlin. Made famous by Earth, Wind and Fire. Covered by many, most notably, Brian McKnight. Viewer needs to be familiar with the major and minor chords for this lesson. Intermediate to Advanced Intermediate
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We use the tritone in a simple I IV V blues progression. Left hand comps tritones. Right hand plays blues riffs and runs.
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We show you the most common blues licks using thirds including the popular Jerry Lee rock lick and a descending thirds lick often used in Boogie Woogie.
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Using the flatted 3rd and flatted 5th.
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For Beginners. Using Major 6th chords.
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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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Learn a walking bass used in rock, boogie woogie and gospel.
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We show you the basic techniques and "tricks" used in Old School Gospel Blues that influenced the music of R&B and Rock artists in the 60's such as Aretha Franklin, Carole King, Leon Russell, Joe Cocker and many others. Lesson 1 starts with EZ explanation
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We explain the number system that we use in our lessons. (For the many viewers who have watched the original Intro, this is just a shorter version.)