ronster wrote:Most of Jerry's music originated from obscure uses of morse code in old spy and war movies. Jerry had denied this theory for fear of having to pay royalties to the Morse estate. But I guess the cats out of the bag.
old man down wrote:Tried the G chord last night, as tigerstrat suggested, and an inversion of it may work. But waiting to see what Pete B. comes up with as I don't know what the Golden Road or Viola Lee chord is.
tigerstrat wrote:old man down wrote:Tried the G chord last night, as tigerstrat suggested, and an inversion of it may work. But waiting to see what Pete B. comes up with as I don't know what the Golden Road or Viola Lee chord is.
I suggested G, thinking you meant the chord on which the vocals begin. The Viola intro/Golden Road ending chord is a Sharp 9 iirc.
mttourpro wrote:FWIW, the first chord (when the lyrics start) of the Wheel is a G.
The first chord of Viola Lee is a C9...
at least that's what I've always played.
jeffm725 wrote:I think the poster is asking about the JG solo studio version where it comes out of the "odd little place jam" where there is this little repetitive bass riff that then slams into a single fairly dissonant viola/golden road type chord before settling on the C Intro for the little vamp before the vocals start. I hope I got that right, and to make up for my digressions I will figure it out when I get home
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