Spinnin wheel

Blood Sweat and Tears



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 E7A7D7G7
        What goes up must come down
Spinning wheel got to go 'round
Talkin' 'bout your troubles it's a cryin' sin
 D7D7#9
        Ride a painted pony let the spinnin' wheel spin
You got no money and you got no home
Spinning wheel all alone
Talking 'bout your troubles and you never learn
Ride a painted pony let the spinning wheel turn
 CBb
        Bridge: Did you find the directing sign
 AbG
                On the straight and narrow highway
 CBb
                Would you mind a reflecting sign
		     Ab           Ab/G <-------------- yes, really

Just let it shine within your mind
Ab Bb C D D7#9 D7#9(octave)
And show you the colors that are real
Chord Shapes:
D7#9 D7#9(octave) E7 A7 D7 G7 C Bb Ab G D Ab/G
	-------13-----------7---5---5---3---3---1---4---3---5---4--
	-6-----13-----------9---8---7---6---5---3---4---3---7---4--
	-5-----11-----------7---6---5---4---5---3---5---4---7---5--
	-4-----10-----------9---5---7---3---5---3---6---5---7---5--
	-5-----12-----------7---7---5---5---3---1---6---5---5------
	-------10---------------5-------3-----------4---3----------

From: rogers@sasuga.Hi.COM (Andrew Rogers)
In article mvcjp@mvulo.mv.att.com (-pouliot c.j.) writes:
> Spinnin' Wheel - Blood Sweat & Tears
several corrections:
> E7 A7 D7 G7
> What goes up must come down
OK for the first verse, but on the subsequent verses the horns play
 E7#9A13D7#9G13
        x7678x 5x567x x5456x 3x345x
> C Bb
> Bridge: Did you find the directing sign
> Ab G
> On the straight and narrow highway
The Ab is played with an added Bb on top: xx6546
> Ab Bb C D D7#9 D7#9(octave)
> And show you the colors that are real
The D is actually DaddE for the first couple bars, then Am7/D. And
those horn chords aren't D7#9 at all; rather, they're built up in fourths
from F:
F4/7 (F-Bb-Eb) x888xx
F7#9sus4 (F-Bb-Eb-Ab) x8889x
The jazz break on the LP version is E7#9-A13-D7#9-G13 repeated several
times, then E7#9-Eb7#9-D7#9.
And then the chord progression at the end is
 E7#9A13EbD7#9Gmaj7
                                   where the (Eb) is a single note played on trombone.
Andrew


A13 A7 Ab Bb C D7 D7#9 E7 E7#9 Eb G G13 G7 Gmaj7
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