#1
Hi guys what's up?

I'm trying to find songs that help recognizeme seventh chords (at least for this ones)

Maj7 (R - M3 - P5 - M7) =
7 (R - M3 - P5 - m7) =
-7 (R - m3 - P5 - m7) = Breathe by Pink Floyd
- (maj7) (R - m3 - P5 - M7) = I think that Us and Them (Pink Floyd) has this one, they played in an arpeggio
-7b5 (or half diminished) (R - m3 - b5 - m7) =
°7 (R - m3 - b5 - b7) = With this one I don't found much of a problem cause it sounds like a diminished, but it would be nice to have examples

When I have to hear with kind of chord is it, I usually go by the sensation that produces me, and I think that's way I hear better the °7, -(maj7) and sometimes Maj7.

Cheers and thanks for any help.
#2
Just about any Blues or Jazz or Raggae song probably will use 7th chords. Jazz is more likely to use maj7, min/maj7, m7b5, and dim7 than most Blues or Raggae. Blues and Raggae tend to use min7 and straight 7 (R M3 P5 m7) chords and maybe maj7.
#3
Yeah I know that but clear examples with those would be great.

Supersonic by Oasis has one I think. (7 chord)
Last edited by SrThompson at Nov 1, 2013,
#4
Yeah check out some blues songs, I know Robert Johnson's Love in Vain Blues has them, as do the majority of blues songs that aren't just soloing.