Home|Cart
Did-lee 12-Bar Download
Click to enlarge image(s)
This LEVEL III instrumental is a study of the Hambone groove very often associated with many songs by Bo Diddley and early Rock & Roll.  It’s an Afro-Cuban clave rhythm.  Most often you will hear this groove faster and used over a continuous I chord like the song “Bo Diddley.”  The song “Willie And The Hand Jive” is an example of it, used with 3 chords, but not the standard 12 bar form.  This piece is unusual in that it follows the 12-bar form, only straying for the long V. It is also an easier version of the study song “The Ham-Bo.” 
Specifications
Unzip application is required to open .zip file which includes .pdf instructions and mp3 tracks.
Copyright © Filisko.com Joliet, IL
StudyHarmonica@filiskostore.com