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EVEN IF YOU THINK YOU DON’T UNDERSTAND MUSIC. READ THE FOLLOWING VIDEO DESCRIPTION ANYWAY.
The Dorian Mode Concept and Improvisation
This is some old footage that I found on my computer. It’s just some improvised lines using the Dorian Mode. If you don’t know what those terms mean just think a collection of seven notes that are arranged in a scale.
This particular collection or scale (mode) has a unique quality of sound. It’s my favorite as it is minor (sadder sounding in a sense). I have a preference for minor scales, chords, and keys. The unique thing about Dorian is that it contains a raised 6th tone, which alludes to a more "major" quality. Therefore, you get the best of both worlds.
When I play Dorian, I lay on that 6th tone a lot as it bri
former senator of Nebraska, later asked by Obama to serve as secretary of defense ..even tho he was a republican. He was asked to step down after 2 yrs when the Mid east wars were in conflict w his integrity, our constitution and america’s best interests.
The famous hit, recorded March 25, 1964 in the studio of the Polish immigrants brothers Leonard and Phil Chess in Chicago, named Chess Records. Chess Records was based at several different locations on the south side of Chicago, Illinois, initially at two different locations on South Cottage Grove Ave. The most famous location was 2120 South Michigan Avenue from around 1956 to 1965, immortalized by British rock group The Rolling Stones in "2120 South Michigan Avenue", an instrumental recorded at that address during their first U.S. tour in 1964; the Stones would record at Chess Studios on two more occasions.
UMG (Universal Music Group) now owns Chess Records.
The song peaked 6 in Canada, 3 in U.K. and 10 in the U.S., which I just don’t understand, I think it is one of