I request that someone tab this out so as to end all confusion.
That's IT! Right at the 7:20 mark-RiverRat wrote:oops link to the show with the 1st Feelin Groovy in a China>Rider:
http://www.archive.org/details/gd73-03- ... efail.shnf
Why do so many people refer to it as such? Imho, the passage sounds nothing like the referenced Paul Simon tune.RiverRat wrote:Are we referring to the "Feelin' Groovy Jam"?
http://deadessays.blogspot.com/2010/01/ ... -jams.html
The G is a return to the China cat theme before going into Rider.
Check the first time this was done... Feelin' Groovy starts @ 6:50 and the return the China Cat theme is @ 8:11
Check it out: http://community.rukind.com/viewtopic.php?f=40&t=3114jahozer wrote:Hmm. I hear the backing chords as D A G D. We do that 8 times, then resolve on the big fat G.
Does anyone else play that? It works in the sense that everything is a fat and happy major feeling
You are welcome, bro! I'm sorta upset that the video we used to study and debate on is not now gone. They took their time with it there and you can see hands clearly as well as both guitars. However, since that time I've learned a few things about it:jahozer wrote:Ah, yes, that does sound better, strummin. Thanks! The D A G D worked as you said sharing the D and the b, but the D chord was working because I was putting the A on the top of my 3 note D chord, so I was hearing that A, but was working as that D resolve as well. That D resolve is a nicer build too, as it doesnt give that giant G away too soon. Interesting...