Home Cooked Blues
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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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Learn more blues improv wih Saint James Infirmary as we play in a minor scale. Also, tips on playing with a singer and using common tones. Intermediate level.
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Lesson 3- learn new gospel blues chords and chord progressions.
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We show you a new left hand pattern and some right hand ideas that you can use when playing this great B.B. King song. Notice how the right hand plays A minor scale licks though the song is in key of A.
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Learn new left hand pattern and basic concept of transposing.
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Four simple but effective exercises to help piano players co-ordinate right and left hands in order to play blues, rock and boogie woogie.
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Continuing from Part 1, we show you extra stuff based on Carole King's blues/rock licks and chord voicings from her earlier recordings in the '70's. Advanced beginner to Intermediate level.
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I IV V blues progression in key of C. Left hand comps tritones. Right hand plays blues scale.
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Among other things, we find that we can play a major pentatonic scale over a minor progression. Intermediate level.
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A popular blues and rock lick. Improvising using b3, b5 and b7
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Using minor 7th and dominant 7th chords.