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Author Collin Webber
Posted 6/7/03; 10:49:37 PM
Topic Blue Train
Msg# 3748 (in response to 457)
Prev/Next 3747/3749
Reads 3649

Don't know what that Cm chord sequence that is, but Blue Train is a 12 bar in Eb.

Basic chords

// Eb7 / Eb13 / Eb7 / Bbm7, Eb7 /

/ Ab7 / Ab7 / Eb7 / Cm7 , F7 /

/ Bb7 / Bb7 / Eb7 / Eb7 (Bbm7, Eb7) //

Slightly advanced chords could be ;

/ Eb7 / Ab13 / Eb7, Eb7-9 / Eb7 /

/ Ab7 / Abm7, Db7 / Em9, A13 / F#m7, B7 /

/ Bm7,E9 / Bb7 / Bbm7, Eb9 / Fm9, E9 //

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