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Discussion in 'Tablature and Notation [BG]' started by Lupob6, Mar 31, 2014.
Can some one tell me what key this is in?
My guess would be Gb with a 5-4-1-5 progression. I can't say that I'm highly confident about that being correct, though.
thanks, going to give it a go when I get home
I hear it as a I-bVII-IV in Db.
I wondered about the 1-b7-4 as well, and I don't think I can pick up the difference. I think the basic chords are still the same - Db - B - Gb.
Wow! What a tune. Either key is pretty friendly on tenor sax. Bflat or Eflat. Great bass line. I'll put this on my "must learn" list for tenor sax and bass. I wish I could play both at the same time!
I picked up some of this tune on tenor last night. Feels right in Eflat on the horn, which is C#/Db on the bass. I bought the album version on Itunes and plucked around on the bass. It seems like the recorded version is about a half step flat which makes it difficult (for me at least) to play along with. I need to get one of those slow down/pitch adjustment apps.
It has been tough for me to play along to, also, if anyone has any suggestions
I tried to move up the fretboard, c# @ 11th fret, and It sounds better but still not right.
I'm new to bass so if my terminology is off, I apoligize
Great tune! I have to say, it sure sounds like it was recorded in C to me, and then sped up so it's a bit sharp.
The second note in the main line sometimes sounds like the open A to me, and when it moves to the IV chord it sometimes sounds like the open D. And the chromatic climb from the IV-chord back to the I-chord sounds like open A, Bb, B, back to C.