Rick Estrin

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Sloppin' and Slidin'


Fourth Verse Breakdown

Hey now! Back again with verse four of Sloppin’ and Slidin’ - In verse four we take a break from the theme of sliding between the first and fourth holes. We start out by announcing that departure with a little stabbing, sliding squeek on the six draw. Then we get into a riff based groove on the first three holes that’s a return to the push/pull, two draw/three blow comfort zone that I normally advocate a lot. On the resolving IV and I, we’re back to our sliding theme. Next week we’ll get to some of the slop I keep promising.

Rick Estrin

 

 

 

Topics and/or subjects covered in this lesson:
Chicago Blues

Backing Track

Print Print Chords & Tab

A Harp in the Key of E.

Loop 0:00 Introduction to the 4th Verse

Loop 1:23 4th Verse Acoustically

Loop 5:15 Breakdown of First 4 Bars

Loop 4:57 Breakdown of IV Chord and Back to I (Bars 5 - 8)

Loop 6:47 Breakdown of V Chord and Turnaround

Loop 8:01 Slow Practice Loop of 4th Verse

Loop 9:18 Review and Closing Thoughts

 

 

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