The Left Hand uses some subtleties found in the bass guitar part on the recording. Starting with a melody in the bass with the left hand, the right hand answers with chords, which are themselves answered by a left hand line. Difficulty: Challenging To see a customer's comment about this transcription, click. These are included so that an organist can play some or all of those parts along with the guitarist to make the organ part more interesting than just chords alone. Or perhaps you'd just like to study how Argent continues to creatively utilize the Dorian mode in his improvisations 34 years later. This is a note-for-note transcription of the Piano Intro and Outro from the long version the album version , plus a chord chart of the entire song.
The piano solo begins at :55 and continues through 1:19. After only 18 months of hit-after-hit recordings, Price tired of touring and left The Animals, starting his own band, The Alan Price Set. Jerry Lee Lewis - What's Made Milwaukee Famous - Piano Part transcr. Jacob Tolliver - Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On - Piano Part transcribed by Elmo Peeler. If you're studying Toussaint's style - one of the greatest piano styles that New Orleans has ever produced - this is exactly what you need to play the solo just as he did.
His piano solo near the middle of the song resembles Butler's solo very little, except the notable use of the same classic C9 and F13 voicings in the Left Hand. This is a note-for-note transcription of just the 10-bar Piano Solo, which is similar to the solo in his 1961 recording but different enough to warrant its own transcription. Lyle Lovett - I've Been to Memphis - Piano Solo Sections transcribed by Elmo Peeler. This is a note-for-note transcription of the entire two-minute solo - all 108 measures. Jackson Browne - Rock Me on the Water - Piano Part transcribed by Elmo Peeler.
This is a note-for-note transcription of Chris Stainton's 32-bar piano solo - all 45 seconds of it. To see a customer's comment about this transcription, click. It is performed by The Beach Boys. He had shown pianistic talent at age five, and had practiced diligently when his parents bought him his own piano. He uses essentially the same piano part on both the Live and the Studio versions - a terrific, driving, rhythmic pattern divided between the hands, similar to a conga- or bongo-drum style. This is a note-for-note transcription of just that very brief piano tag by Billy Powell - one of the last things he recorded. Dennis Wilson - Piano Variations on Thoughts of You - Piano Solo transcribed by Elmo Peeler.
Jerry Lee Lewis - Lewis Boogie - Piano transcribed by Elmo Peeler. Difficulty: Moderate To listen, just click: Paul Brandt - The Highway Patrol - Piano Solo transcribed by Elmo Peeler. This is the second of those two solos, an eight-bar solo of running sixteenth-notes utilizing some important Southern-rock techniques: ascending 6th's, which Billy Powell of Lynyrd Skynyrd often used, and 'slide-off's', when the 2nd finger slides-off a minor third into the Major third of a chord. One riff is two bars long, and the other a three-bar riff. If you'd like to study just how Leon could construct the gospel-rock piano parts that he's famous for, this is a classic, unbeatable example of the piano master's famous style. It's a terrific study in fairly advanced rock musical theory, as well as how to get a great deal of color and atmosphere out of a B-3. Also included is my own arrangement for acoustic piano of Reed's Wurlitzer part.
And that piano part is a gem, very similar to but even more atmospheric than the hit record. John fashion, he knocked it out of the ballpark. And Emmons' solo does not disappoint. Difficulty: Moderate To listen, just click: Kid Rock - All Summer Long - Piano Tag transcribed by Elmo Peeler. Full of tremolos, thirds, hammered 4ths, octaves, 3-against-2 triplets, and other pianistic goodies, the entire track is underpinned by Johnson's wonderful boogie-woogie Left Hand part. This is a note-for-note transcription of the entire piano part for the radio version - a little over three minutes long - all 90 measures. If you want to learn how Leon played, this is a good piece to play and to study.
Piano Solo transcribed by Elmo Peeler. This is an arrangement that combines the best of both piano parts into a Solo Piano part, without adding any new material. Jonathan Edwards - Shanty - Piano Solo transcribed by Elmo Peeler. Billy Preston wrote the music for the song, and for Joe Cocker's version Nicky Hopkins played piano and Jimmy Webb arranged the string section - an extraordinary meeting of brilliant musical minds. Perhaps one reason is the very cool synthesizer solo played by Greg Hawkes. Difficulty: Moderate To listen, just click: Three Dog Night - One Man Band - 8-bar Organ Intro transcribed by Elmo Peeler.
Dolly Parton - Sittin' on the Front Porch Swing - Piano Part transcribed by Elmo Peeler. Difficulty: Moderate To listen, just click: The Kingsmen - Louie Louie - Elec. So the piano carries most of the song. Lynyrd Skynyrd - Free Bird Live - Piano Solo by Peter Keys transcribed by Elmo Peeler. The piano Intro is 32 seconds long, and the piano Outro is 38 seconds, for a total of 1:10 of hauntingly lovely solo piano. But somewhere along the line Leon Russell envisioned it in a 'white gospel' style, very different from either Wills or Clines' versions. To see a customer's comment about this transcription, click.
The piano solo starts at 1:44. This is a note-for-note transcription of Powell's entire 32-bar piano solo, plus two bars after the vocal re-enters. If you'd like to play this Dr. The organ solo goes from 1:54 to 2:20. The first two chords are E-flat minor and B7, resembling whether consciously intended or not one of Ellington's favorite harmonic gestures. And in the Out section Glossop throws in licks straight out of Ray's own vocabulary.
Beck, who has always worked with only the finest musicians, has described Max Middleton as his most significant collaborator during the most commercially successful period of his career. Apparently written by Rita Coolidge when she was dating drummer Jim Gordon, it was overheard by Eric Clapton when he came upon Gordon playing it in the studio during the Derek and the Dominos sessions. The song is largely based upon McDonald's distinctive-sounding piano 4-bar piano pattern, which starts the song. Taupin wrote the lyrics about the many beautiful California women that he'd met there. Also included are suggested drawbar and percussion settings.