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Peter Vogl - Guitar Produced by Peter Vogl

Michael Steele - Bass Mixing by


Gerry Hanson - Drums Shawn Grove and Peter Vogl
Lee Davis - Keys Mastered by Rodney Mills
Masterhouse

Lets Jam! CD More Blues & Rock was produced by Peter Vogl
using top studio musicians. This CD is a sequel to Lets Jam Blues and
Rock. The players were extraordinary for this project, and what a differ-
ence they made! We hope everyone who listens and practices to this CD
enjoys it as much as we enjoyed making it. There are many other Lets
Jam CDs and Watch & Learn products to enjoy as well.

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Walk' n in A Walkn in A
### A7
2
A7 A7 A7

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### A7 A7 A7 A7 A7#5

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### D7 D7 A7 A7

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### E7 D7 A7 E7#9

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This is a 16 bar blues in A. Try the A major and minor pentatonic
scales. The A blues scales sounds great too. If youre not familiar with
these scales, try The Guitarists Scale Book by Watch & Learn.
Not Too Excited in Cm
3
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Cm Cm Cm Cm
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Fm Fm Cm Cm

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AbM7 G7 Cm Cm G7#9
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This is a standard minor blues. Use the C minor pentatonic scale,
the C blues scale, and theNot Excited
C natural in Cm
minor or harmonic minor scale.
Old Style in D
## ! D
4
D D D

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## G G D D

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## A G D D A

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This old 12 bar form will make you want to swing. Use the D minor
and D major pentatonic scales. The more advanced players should
play over the chords. Old Chuck Old
BerryStyle
style in D sound great over this
licks
tune.
Simple Blues in G
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5
G G G G

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# C C G G

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# A C G G

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Grow a beard, wear dark sunglasses and play simple G minor penta-
tonic material until you getSimple
to the ABlues
chord.in Youll
G have to switch scales
over the A and play A major or minor pentatonic. Using arpeggios or
chord tones over the A and C chords is even better. Over the C, you can
play C major or minor pentatonic, or switch back to G.
Blues Ballad in Eb
6
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EbM7 G+ Fm7 Fm7
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Bb Bb EbM7 Bb7#5

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Try E flat major over this chord progression.
E Bluesy Rock
#### ! E C#m E C#m
7

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#### A
Blues Ballad in E flat
B E E

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Play E Major, E major pentatonic, E minor pentatonic, or the E blues scale
over E Bluesy Rock.
Gm Blues
8
#!
Gm7 Gm7 Gm7 Gm7
#
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# Cm7 Cm7 Gm7 Gm7

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Bb13 A13 Ab13 Gm7 Gm7
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This minor blues has a bit of a dorian feel. Try the G dorian mode,
the G minor pentatonic scale,Gmor Blues
the G blues scale. The 9th and 10th
measures are tritone substitutes for a 6-2-5 chord progression. You can
play simple blues phrases or play over the chords. If youre not familiar
with the chords in this progression try The Guitarists Chord Book by
Watch & Learn.
Bad Blues in Bb
## Bbm7 Bbm7 Bbm7 Bbm7
9

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##Bbm7 Bbm7 Bbm7 Bbm7
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## F7 Eb7 Bbm7 Bbm7

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Another minor blues with a cool groove. The first 8 bars stays on
the 1 chord. Try B flat minor pentatonic
Bad Blues orin
theBb
B flat blues scale. B flat
dorian may work for you as well. Another great choice would be the B
flat melodic minor scale. For more information on these scales try The
Guitarists Scale Book by Watch & Learn.
Am Strut
10
Am Am Am Am

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Dm Dm Am Am

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E7 F7 E7 Am Am

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Am Strut is still another minor blues. Notice the 9th and 10th bars
are different than the otherAm
minor blues progressions. Try the A minor
Strut
pentatonic scale, the A blues scale, or the A natural minor scale. When
you get to the 9th and 10th bars, try playing arpeggios over the chords
or switching to A harmonic minor.
Big Blues in G
# ! G7
11
G7 G7 G7

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# C7 C7 G7 G7

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# D7 C7 G7 D7

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A funky blues in the key of G. Pretty straight forward stuff here. Play
the G minor or G major pentatonic scales.
Big Blues in GFor more advanced players,
treat the 1 chord as a 5 to the 4 chord and play some altered licks. When
you get to the turnaround, play more altered material.
Dm Turns Dm Turns
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Dm Dm Dm Dm Gm Gm

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Dm Dm A7 A7 Dm Dm

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BbM7 BbM7 Dm Dm

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Gm7 Gm7 E7 A7

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Over the first section, try D natural minor or D minor pentatonic.
When you get to the last 2 bars, you should play over the chords
with arpeggios or scales.
Hyper Blues in E
#### E7#9 E7#9 E7#9 E7#9
13

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#### A7 A7 E7#9 E7#9

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#### B7 B7 E7#9 E7#9

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Hyper Blues in E is a fast 12 bar blues. Try the E minor pentatonic
Hyper
scale, the E blues scale, and for moreBlues in Eplayers, try switching
advanced
scales over the chords.
House Blues in B House Blues in B
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#!
F#7 E7 B7 E7 B7 F#7
#
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#
B7 E7 B7 B7

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#
E7 E7 B7 B7
#
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#
F#7 E7 B7 E7 B7 F#7
#
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House Blues in B is a slow blues that comes in the back door. Once
you get past the first 4 measures, the real form starts. Try B minor and
major pentatonic scales. Try the B blues scale as well.
Blues Ballad in F
15 3x

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FM7 Dm7 Gm7 C7
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Am7 D7b5 Gm7 C7#5

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Use an F major or F major pentatonic approach.

D Rock Groove
## ! D A/C# Bm
16 4x
G A

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Blues Ballad in F
## G A G A

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Try the D major and minor pentatonic scales or the D major scale.