Rick Estrin

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Getting Out of Town

Verse 2 - First 4 Bars

This week we'll be working on the first 4 bars of the 2nd verse of "Getting Out Of Town". It incorporates a couple new musical devices into the mix - double stops (or in Paul Oscher's lexicon, "intentional slop") and slurs or short glissandos (which to me is just another version of intentional slop). There's also one simple-sounding, slightly tricky little draw-to-blow-with-a-half-step-bend transition for you to have fun with!




Topics and/or subjects covered in this lesson:
Sonny Boy II
Getting Out of Town
Rick Estrin

Print Print Chords & Tab

G Harp in the Key of D.

Loop 1:00 Run-Through of 2nd Verse, Starting on V Chord of 1st Verse

Loop 1:46 Breakdown of Two Key Riffs for I Chord

Loop 4:32 Putting Together the First 4 Bars (I Chord)

Loop 5:47 Slow Practice Loop

Loop 6:11 Closing Thoughts




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B---K Mar 14, 2014

Compare and contrast John Mayall's Another Man (Done Gone)

John Mayall (solo (from The Bluesbreakers album) -- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZ-f--xfbj4

John Mayall (solo)  (in which he mentions Sonny Boy) -- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZ9ipTAjUNg


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