No sound here…
Queensryche…that brings back memories. This was the first (real) band I saw as a 16 year old boy…what did I have to beg to go there with my parents…and how strange that they eventually y said YES … they must have had enough of my nagging …Well ,that’s how I got my beautiful wife…she just finally said yes to be rid of it for a while I believe… (Now 25 years later I’m on the safe side )
Chord progression works for me and compliments to arpeggio. Ha my attempt sounded nothing like that, due to timing and feel I suspect playing “deaf” as it were. I must have played straight 16th and did not let that first 8th hang ! This may an interesting piece to learn form. But off to check the original.
The fire’s getting full but I’ll see if I can find another iron! After a week of little playing I need to get back to some basics. Revisit my possible candidates for the OM, which is where the intro comes in, finally settle on my Licks In the Key of E BT for the next noodle and get some Grade 3 tech stuff down. Let alone a handful of half learnt songs and a rewrite of an original from way back. Like I need another distraction.
This is one of my favorite songs of all time. Glad to see I’m introducing it to all these people. I don’t know why, but I often love hearing songs that switch from a major chord to the minor chord three keys below. “Woman in Chains” by Tears for Fears is another song I love that does that. Thanks a lot, Richard, for taking the time to make this!
Btw, this song is about lucid dreaming, if anyone was wondering.
Never knew, funny…Thanks… This was one of my favorite songs in the past, not heard for 20(?) years, and since 2,5 years my nights are finally stable… and my whole life I have such dreams very often…I “pulled” myself out of the nightmares with it…only a few times were such dreams okay with me when this lucid dreaming happened. …in the past at least once a night…now a little less often since well…2,5 years … (Sorry for all that extra information…your own fault )