This is a great song to help comprehend many aspects of the intricate playing styles of DeFord Bailey, Kyle Wooten and other solo players. All the notes are easily available in two octaves and the chords fit and support the melody perfectly in the low octave. This will touch on some of the most obvious ways to ornament what happens underneath and around the melody. The only thing you should not tongue block is the chords. Everything else in this arrangement can and should be tongue blocked. Tracks 76-79 are some spontaneous “roughs” that use numerous accompaniment variations and will give you ideas of how to incorporated these lessons.