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Blues Traveler - "four"

The album below has each track keyed so that you will be able to jam to the songs and work out the recorded harmonica parts. See below for more information and tips.


 Blues Traveler - "four"
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Track
No.
Song Title Key
of Song
This Key
Harmonica
to Play in
2nd Position
Track Comment
1.
Run-around
G
C
harmonica played in 2nd Position on a "C"
2.
Stand
A-Eb
D-Ab
harmonica played in 2nd Position on a "D" and a "Ab"
3.
Look Around
C
F
 
4.
Fallible
F#
B
harmonica played in 2nd Position on a "B"
5.
The Mountains Win Again
G-A
C-D
harmonica played in 2nd Position on a "C" and a "D"
6.
Freedom
D
G
harmonica played in 2nd Position on a "G"
7.
Crash Burn
A
D
harmonica played in 2nd Position on a "D"
8.
Price To Pay
E
A
harmonica played in 2nd Position on an "A"
9.
Hook
A
D
harmonica played in 2nd Position on a "D"
10.
The Good, The Bad,...
E-A-B
A-D-E
harmonica played in 2nd Position on an "A", "D" and a "E"
11.
Just Wait
Am
D
can also use 3rd Position on a "G"
12.
Brother John
E-G
A-C
harmonica played in 2nd Position on an "A" and a "C"
*Album comment- This album features John Popper on harmonica. Buy this CD.

  • Standard diatonic harmonica played in the 2nd position- Unless otherwise noted, all harmonica on this CD is done on a standard diatonic harmonica played in the 2nd position (cross harp).

  • Basic Blues Improv Section- Refer to the Basic Blues Improv section for information and methods on how to play along with the music.

  • Play with any song, with or without recorded harmonica- If you're already familar with the music, there is no reason for you not to add harmonica to it. Initially, the easiest albums to play along with would be the standard blues, country, and folk records.

  • Terms and "accidentals" defined- In the "Key of Song" column, 'E' means the key of 'E' major, and 'Em' signifies the key of 'E' minor. The '#' sign refers to a sharped note (raised one half-step) and the 'b' sign refers to a flatted note (lowered by one half-step).


Use these links to view other keyed albums either Listed by Artist or Listed by Style of Music or visit the "Most Requested Songs" page.




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