L106 Bluesy descending bassline

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Bluesy descending line for use on Em7 or E7 blues dominant chords, transpose to other keys (Example in E and A)

Its actually just 2 sequences (the intervals 321 and 765) repeating changing octaves.

Use bits of it in solos , basslines, fills.

Reminds me of an old Earth, Wind and Fire song , dont remember which, do you?;-)

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bassamundo said,


July 12, 2012 @ 12:48 am

Sounds like Saturday Nite to me.1976 Earth,wind and Fire.


Hippolyt said,


July 9, 2008 @ 12:11 am

27/06 Bluesy descending line: Reminds me of an old Earth, Wind and Fire song , dont remember which, do you?;-)

Shining Star?

Regards,
Hippolyt


rqueensbury said,


June 30, 2008 @ 6:36 pm

Hi Marlowe,
Any thoughts on why I can only get sound but no picture. I used to use to the download to open the lick with no problems. I don’t see that anymore. I can hear you but not see you. ???
Thanks
Upgrade your quicktime plugin / browser, the majority can wacth the videos with no problems. Downloads off since i want the user action onsite


 

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