101 Bad to the Bone by LARRY McCABE


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43 If you have successfully completed the projects on the previous pages, you know the procedure. Here are a couple of eight-bar blues charts for you to work with. Ex. 5 8-bar blues in D D7 A7 G7 A7 D7 G7 G7 D7 A7 C7 to D7 is up 2 frets or down 10 frets. C7 to A7 is up 9 frets or down 3 frets. Ex. 6 8-bar blues in E E7 E7 E7 A7 A7 B7 B7 E7 C7 to E7 is up 4 frets or down 8 frets. C7 to A7 is up 9 frets or down 3 frets. C7 to B7 is up 11 frets or down 1 fret. 1asy Transposing Chart: Count the distance from one tone to another.

Be sure to listen to bass players, keyboard players, and horn players as well as guitar players. 42 Ex. 4 12-bar blues in G minor Gm7 Cm7 Gm7 Cm7 Gm7 Gm7 Play the 12 bars as often as you like, then end the song on Gm7. Arranging Tips 1. Choose a four-beat Cm7 pattern page 16 to transpose to Gm7. 2. To transpose from Cm7 to Gm7, choose either of the following options: Up 7 frets or down 5 frets. 3. Choose a 4-beat C7 pattern to transpose to D7b9. For best results, choose a C7 pattern that does not contain the ninth tone, D.

Ex. 1 The basic 12-bar minor-key blues progression im7 im7 im7 im7 ivm7 ivm7 im7 im7 V7 ivm7 im7 im7 iamples 2-9 show how to apply the Roman Numerals in Ex. 1 to a number of minor keys. The tirni signature for each example could be either 4/4 or 12/8. J Ex. 2 The basic blues progression in C minor Cm7 Cm7 Cm7 Cm7 Fm7 Fm7 Cm7 Cm7 Cm7 Gm7 G7 Cm7 Fm7 Cm7 Cm7 Ex. 3 The basic blues progression in G minor Gm7 Gm7 Gm7 Gm7 D7 Gm7 Cm7 Gm7 Gm7 L Ex. 4 The basic blues progression in D minor Dm7 Dm7 Dm7 Dm7 Gm7 Gm7 Dm7 Drn7 A7 Gm7 Dm7 Dm7 Am7 E7 Dm7 Am7 Am7 Am7 Em7 Em7 I 5 The basic blues progression in A minor Am7 Am7 Am7 Am7 Dm7 Ex.

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