Posted by Belle on April 16, 2001 at 13:20:27:
I am going through Mel Beys "Complete Classic Chicago Blues Harp" book by David Barrett. He explains what notes make up the I IV and V Chords, in 2nd position and relative to G. Then on every 12 bar example he shows the chord above the measure until it changes to a different chord, say the IV. It appears to me that the I chord always starts with a G and the IV chord always starts with a C and the V chord always starts with a D. Other than that I don't understand the relationship to the music? I am understanding most everything but the chord discussion is baffleing! Help.
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