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(6 replies, posted in Bands and artists)

Another Breakin In The Wall was the first track I heard of them when I was a kid. So I have to say that era is the one for me. But...all Pink Floyd eras are great :-)     

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(2 replies, posted in Bands and artists)

Sad to see another great musician gone :-(     

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(14 replies, posted in Bands and artists)

Can you repost the link? It is not working in YouTube :-(     

Very talented musicians. Owner of a Lonely Heart has a great simple riff.     

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(3 replies, posted in Bands and artists)

I was sad to hear that. I wish I had the chance to have seen them play live.     

Kashmir is my favourite track on the album. Great band.     

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(10 replies, posted in Bands and artists)

Great song. I heard it in my brother-in-law's stereo as he was a fan!     

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(3 replies, posted in Music theory)

Please be aware that, sometimes in songs, writers will add chromatic chords. That is, chords that are not in the key. They do this to add an interesting effect. I am not familiar with the song you mentioned but this could be the case.     

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(11 replies, posted in Music theory)

It is a really painful chord to learn but it is a must that you do. A good song to practice it is Catch My Disease by Ben Lee. All throughout in the verses the chord progression is B | C#m | E | F#| In the chorus it is the same chords except each bar uses 2 chords. So the chorus goes as follows B C#m | E F#|
All the best     

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(6 replies, posted in Music theory)

Yes he is very good. He has written some jazz guitar books for Hal Leonard Publishing. Worth reading!     

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(3 replies, posted in Music theory)

Thanks for the info and link. I will check it out.     

The chords in the intro are F#m (2 bars)  and then chord E (2 bars). I have heard a version on the web that is tuned down a semitone though. Hope this helps.     

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