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Rolling Stones - Satisfaction
Beatles - Day Tripper
Jethro Tull - Aqualung
Grateful Dead - Truckin'


All their riffs in in that same scale
I hope you understand what I mean


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#4
There is no common key there. Some notes in common, but no common key.

Satisfaction is in B minor. Day Tripper is in E major. Aqualung is in G minor. I haven't heard of Truckin so i wouldn't know of the key.

Hope that helped.
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#5
Technically not a "key", but the most common pattern in modern music, the blues/boogie/rock and roll 7th. In the example it's an E7th. What keeps it from being a true scale is the major 2nd (F#) is sharped to a minor 3rd (G) and the major 4th (A) is dropped: E G G# B C# D E.

However, this requires the song be in E, or else it's just a pattern of notes that maybe happens to correspond with the above or maybe was picked by the writer to fit into a different key for the consonance or dissonance produced. Tull does stuff like this a lot.
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Quote by AwesomenessFTW
There is no common key there. Some notes in common, but no common key.

Satisfaction is in B minor. Day Tripper is in E major. Aqualung is in G minor. I haven't heard of Truckin so i wouldn't know of the key.

Hope that helped.


Thanks

Looks like Blues scales mixed with Major
For exemple, Aqualung, G Blues scales + G major and you get those notes.

Yea, I think that is