#1
Hey all,

So I've been learning two crucial chord progressions recently
I-vi-ii-V
I-III-VI-ii-V

Now, I've been practicing them using the Aebersold backing tracks, but I'm looking for REAL tunes that use these sequences?
I know that they are both VERY common in blues, but can you give me some good tunes to listen to?

Thank You,

Legs
#3
Any "Rhythm Changes" will have I vi ii V in the A section. They're a standard set of changes that are handy to know in a few keys (though I think like 90% of Rhythm Changes are in Bb)

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#4
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Are you looking for jazz standards, or any song?



Oh either really. I'm just learning to FEEL the progression, you know?
#5
"Breezin" by George Benson is a I vi ii V
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