Home Cooked Blues
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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.)
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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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3 relatively simple and fun New Orleans-style rhythms, including one incorporating the 10th.
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Here's a relatively easy arrangement for beginners who want to get started improvising on this Carole King tune or for other players who want a quick easy arrangement. Should be familiar with basic blues licks and C minor blues scale.
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We lay down the basic definition of a tritone and offer ideas how to practice this interval that belongs in every keyboard player's arsenal.
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Need help developing a strong left hand and right hand seperation? Part 2 gives you three more exercises plus tips and suggestions for getting that two-handed feel in your blues rock boogie playing.
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We cover the simple walking bass of 1-3-5-6 and begin comping.
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Using 2-5-1 progression with extended chords.