One of the best ways to keep bringing you’re playing on is to memorise chord progressions. Once you’ve started to build up a library you’ll start to see the similarities and differences between the different progressions of different songs. The important thing is always to try and analyse so that you’ll be able to recognise similarities in progressions even though they may be in different keys. In the songbook section of the website I’ve listed some songs, done some analysis of the progressions and recommended some listening. One of my favourite songs in there is Georgia. I’ve arranged in the key of D which is a good key for the guitar as it lets us use open strings. There’s all sorts of chords in here with altered notes such as b9, b5. These are great bluesy notes to start getting you’re fingers round. One of my favourite versions of this tune is that by Martin Taylor. You can hear a clip in the songbook page for Georgia.
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