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I just got a Hohner Marine Band in the key of D, and I'm on a hunt to find some songs in A to practice. So far I've been jamming along with Back Door Man and some other Doors favorites. Anyone have some suggestions?
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hoochie coochie man by the great muddy waters.
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Thanks man. I'm assuming it's going to be way too fast for a beginner like me though, haha.

Thank you Goldenad and chea_man. Hoochie Coochie man is a good idea, i'll get on that.

If anyone else has some suggestions, let me know!
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Fairport Convention - Mr. Lacey
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Need Your Love So Bad - Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac

That should be an interesting one to play with!

I'm sure there's backing tracks for this an several places on the web so you don't have to compete with Green's guitar on the actual recording.

Rory Gallagher - I Could've Had Religion (Live In Europe [1972])