By Andrew D. Gordon
This top promoting publication, a hundred final Blues Riffs through Andrew Gordon is an exhaustive advisor to a few of the easiest musical words that make up blues piano/keyboard taking part in. There are 5 sections damaged down into:
* easy Blues riffs
* R&B inspired Blues riffs
* Boogie Woogie
* Rock encouraged Blues riffs
* Gospel encouraged Blues riffs The 12 bar Blues development and the Blues scale are defined. There are accomplished songs behind the booklet that indicates how one can mix a number of the riffs to shape a music. many folks have commented that this can be the simplest Blues keyboard product that they've ever used. A needs to for all degrees of keyboardists that are looking to research the blues. All a hundred "riffs" are recorded with the piano correct hand at the correct channel and the piano left hand at the left channel besides a drum song. learn the way your favourite Blues keyboardists play together with Dr. John, Leon Russell, Chuck Leavell, Jimmy Yancey, Meade Lux Lewis, Otis Spann, Nicky Hopkins and lots of extra!
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This top promoting ebook, a hundred final Blues Riffs through Andrew Gordon is an exhaustive consultant to a couple of the simplest musical words that make up blues piano/keyboard taking part in. There are 5 sections damaged down into: * easy Blues riffs* R&B prompted Blues riffs* Boogie Woogie* Rock prompted Blues riffs* Gospel stimulated Blues riffs The 12 bar Blues development and the Blues scale are defined.
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