#1
Hey guys.

So i have two days to learn a blues song for an in class solo. Please only anything under 5 minutes.....

Jazz songs, and also bass songs are also acceptible.
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#2
Hits in the balls with cinderblock train blues-dethklok
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#3
something bb king?

thats just classic so. i really recommend thrill is gone i love that song !
#5
Maggot brain, awesome song
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#7
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something bb king?


This. You should have a lot of choices...

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#8
Anything by Robert Johnson. Dust My Broom and Crossroad Blues come to mind.
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#9
Why not just improv over a 12 bar blues progression? That's what I would do.
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#10
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Why not just improv over a 12 bar blues progression? That's what I would do.


Because that's not a song.

Anyway, TS, I'd recommend a blues standard. Something like THe Thrill Is Gone, Red House, Got My Mojo Workin', or something like that.
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#11
Befor you Accuse Me (Take a Look At Yourself) - Eric Clapton

A lot of structure, yet a lot of room for improv.
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