#1
by all means I understand fluently what one is. I'm just trying to think of as many as I can in pop music.


Waterfalls by TLC
Bouncing around the room by Phish
Hey Joe by the Jimi Hendrix Experience (and yes I know its a cover)

but what others are there? there are definately more, but I can't think of any and I want to hear as many usages of it and how they use it before I make my own and attempt to do something different with it.
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#2
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#3
Mr. Crowley (outro solo) - Ozzy/Randy - i iv bVII III VI iidim V

Hotel California - Eagles - i V bVII IV VI III (iv V)
#4
^How is Hotel California a circle progression?

That " I will survive" disco song is a minor circle progression, like the Mr. Crowley one above me.
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#5
its just going around the circle in the opposite direction, instead of

1 4 7 3 6 2 5 1, like Mr Crowley & I will Survive

its 1 5 7 4 6 3

might be a bit easier to see by drawing a circle with nums 1 - 7 and drawing lines between the numbers in sequence

however you are right in that it doesn't complete the circle, which is why I added those last two chords (iv V) in parantheses
#6
whats a circle progression?
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