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Ana RFeb 01, 2012 10:20 PM GMT
Long time since my last posting but that doesn't mean that I wasn't practising and working hard on mastering some new techniques and songs:)
Tonight after work I decided to make a break with the "Smokin' joint"....and just to be sure I'talking about song here:).... cause 19 rounds is way too long to play after a long working day..... so I started learning a new song...it's Gary Primich song called "Vermit".
What confuses me is that after two normal rounds of 12 bars there is an 8 bars following with 7 bars of progression which I'm not familiar with...it's not that I can't play it cause I can, I just do not understand if this is something common in blues songs which I need to be familiar about, or this is something that band just made up on the spot and that kind of progression is not regular one.
I'm not sure I managed to explain what troubles me but I do hope someone will try to help:)
I am pretty much bad with music theory but I think I will be able to understand even if you explain it in technical terms... if I don't there is always my friend google to give me a hand:)
Have a great night and thank you in advance!!!
Kisses from Belgrade
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it is not normal... something the band added to that specific song
So, that isn't some sort of a usual form of break in song?
Is it only specific to that particular song?
i have not heard it anywhere else, but there is a lot of music out there!
you record any of your recent playing? would be interested to hear how you are progressing!
You can check a video that a friend uploaded on youtube but start looking from 1:58.
It's a video from my birthday where I played after few beers too many:) and with not enough practising before the party:)
Any way, it would be nice to hear your opinion:)
very nice job on juke in spite of the beers! the start is especially strong nice to hear you making progress