This solo is another great example of using patterns as a means of getting around, but, in addition to the patterns Norman utilizes some licks that have a bit of a boogie-woogie vibe to them. Since boogie-woogie is first and foremost about good groove, use this solo as opportunity to focus in on finding a really good pocket, especially on the "boogie-woogie" licks. You know what those are supposed to sound like. Make them feel good and then extrapolate that good feel to the rest of the song!
Topics and/or subjects covered in this lesson:
Loop 0:00 Run-Through of Nashville Blues 2nd Solo
Loop 0:31 Norman Blake's Approach to the 2nd Solo
Loop 1:46 Breakdown of Solo
Loop 20:38 Closing Thoughts
Loop 23:17 Practice Track