Posted by jrjenks on Wednesday, December 23, 2009
Here's a variation on the end-the-song-by-returning-to-the-tonic trick: end-the-song-by-returning-to-the-7-of-the-tonic trick
So if your song is in G you bring it back to G at the end, but you slap on a G7 for the final note(s). Or if you're in Bb, end it in Bb with a Bb7. And so on.
It's kind of a bluesy thing to do, so let's look to Robert "King of the Delta Blues Singers" Johnson to show us the way in Sweet Home Chicago at 2:48 in.
And for another example of this technique it's Sweet Home Chicago again, this time by The Blues Brothers with an ending at 3:30.
Wednesday, December 23, 2009 @1:36:57 PM
I was hoping to meet you at the last Old Town bluegrass jam. Maybe next time.
Wednesday, December 23, 2009 @1:39:02 PM
Sorry I couldn't make it. You can blame a slow-moving Santa Tracker; I had to shop. http://jrjenks.blogspot.com/search/label/Santa%20Tracker%202009
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