Home Cooked Blues
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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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This is a continuation of Saint James Infirmary- Part 1 with an emphasis on solo playing. Includes a 3 minute solo of this song for further study and blues improv ideas. Intermediate level.
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Classic song from the 60's. Here's the chords, progressions and suggested voicings so you can get started and create your own arrangement.
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Learn and practice F blues scale. Improve left hand / right hand co-ordination and right hand speed.
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We create a simple rock ballad using the 5 tones of the A major pentatonic scale. Then we change the A major penatonic scale to an A minor pentatonic and riff on that.
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Adding a third on top of the riff of Lesson 2
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For beginners. We start with the ii7 - V7.
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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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A common blues scale.
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Using Major 7th and minor 7th chords in diatonic harmony.
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C-Eb-F-F#-G-Bb. Use this short exercise to learn the C blues scale. Also, good for a warm-up, co-ordinate left hand with right hand, and help increase your right hand speed.