WHAT’S THE BEST WAY TO LEARN TO GET around the bass—from bottom to top and top to bottom?
LET’S TAKE ANOTHER TRIP TO THE U.K. AND CHECK INTO some more great British blues lines.
THERE’S NOTHING QUITE LIKE PLAYING A SLOW 12-bar to
get you to reach way down into your soul and dredge up the true feeling
of the blues.
WHILE THE ELECTRIC BASS IS FIRMLY
established in the blues, it was the upright
bass that appeared on many of the classic
recordings that ...
WHILE BLUES MUSIC ENCOMPASSES
many forms and feels, nothing brings it
home quite like the mighty shuffle rhythm.
RECENTLY, A READER WROTE TO ME
complaining that I was presenting the blues
as a dead platform with no room for creativity.
THIS MONTH, WE’LL TAKE A LOOK AT
chromatic lines in blues.
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