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    Paolo
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    Art I hope you don’t mind my sharing what I’m hearing –


    @Composer
    Of Notes

    What is the second chord?

    Art’s tune was so catchy (and myself being a guitar player) I also checked out the chord progression.

    It sounds like a I-IV6-ii7 progression in D (Dsus2 | G6 no 3rd | Em7 | D || It’s not the progression as much as what he did with it.

    #30353 Reply
    Art Munson
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    Real nice Art; I think I have heard it. What is the second chord?

    Thanks Composer Of Notes. 2nd chord is a G with no 3rd as Paolo said but there is also an F# so you have the 6th and a maj7 playing together. I’ve always liked the idea of close intervals on guitar, keyboard players do it all the time. The next chord would be an E minor 9th when I’m on the F# and back to the D.

    All the placements have been non-exclusive. There have been Nature’s Valley, Credit Karma but, the latest, Oxiclean, I don’t know where that came from. I’ve also had Henry’s Repeating Arms, McDonalds in Russia (who knew!) and many corporate/howto/publicservice video types I’ve found in my web detections on Tunesat.

    #30354 Reply
    Art Munson
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    It sounds like a I-IV6-ii7 progression in D (Dsus2 | G6 no 3rd | Em7 | D || It’s not the progression as much as what he did with it.

    Thanks Paolo. That first chord also has the 2nd and 3rd playing together at times.

    #30355 Reply
    Paolo
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    there is also an F# so you have the 6th and a maj7 playing together

    Art, thanks for the additional info. I had that 2nd chord voiced from 6th string to 1st string at frets 3-X-0-0-3-0 I missed the F# – where did you put it 🙂

    #30359 Reply
    Kevin Pike
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    Very nice track Art! That one has staying power. A tune like that doesn’t go out of style.

    Thanks for sharing.

    #30360 Reply
    Art Munson
    Keymaster

    Art, thanks for the additional info. I had that 2nd chord voiced from 6th string to 1st string at frets 3-X-0-0-3-0 I missed the F# – where did you put it

    They are all 4 string chords. The 2nd chord is G on D string 5th fret 1st finger, D on the G string 7th fret 2nd finger, F# on the B string 7th fret and the E string open. It’s the finger picking pattern that seems to meld it all together.

    #30361 Reply
    Art Munson
    Keymaster

    Very nice track Art! That one has staying power. A tune like that doesn’t go out of style.

    Full credit here. Robin came up with the chord changes and I interpreted it. Great to have a musical spouse!

    #30362 Reply
    Art Munson
    Keymaster

    BTW, thanks Kevin for the kind words!

    #30363 Reply
    Paolo
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    It’s the finger picking pattern that seems to meld it all together.

    It really does! Thanks Art.

    #30365 Reply
    Composer Of Notes
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    Thanks Art for the info and knowledge. Being a kybd player, I heard the first chord I call it D add9. The second chord stumped me due to the missing 3rd because I think keyboard players don’t do that as much (unless it’s a sus).
    Anyway I do have a couple signature type tracks that have done well for me. These were two of the very first tracks I wrote when getting in to production music almost 10 years ago. They’ve been on dozens of shows and other uses.
    Scroll down a bit to the JAZZ section of the page and hear 3 O’Clock Bump and 1920’s Jazz.

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