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Boppin A Riff (Parts 1 & 2)

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  1. Originally posted in two parts in December of I've attempted to update the YouTube links, and this now includes The Grip Weeds' new video for their holiday classic "Christmas, Bring Us."The 19th Annual This Is Rock 'n' Roll Radio Christmas Show is scheduled for this Sunday, December 17th, from 9 to Midnight Eastern at llegicphocontswadurulachvenfalopor.coinfo
  2. Boppin' (Like The Hip Folks Do) My thoughts on pop music and pop culture, plus the weekly playlists from THIS IS ROCK 'N' ROLL RADIO with Dana and Carl (Sunday nights 9 to Midnight Eastern, SPARK! WSPJ and FM in Syracuse, llegicphocontswadurulachvenfalopor.coinfo).
  3. The second part of the main riff continues the madness with more majestic power chord strums. This is a continuation of the approach established with the first part of the riff tight and aggressive. Again, each power chord is changed with each quarter note strum. Learn the riff slowly at first, then focus on keeping your strums steady and consistent, locked in with the rhythm section.
  4. Dec 13,  · Listen to Boppin' a Riff (Parts 1 & 2) on Spotify. Sonny Stitt & the Bebop Boys · Song · Music Duration: 5 min.
  5. Oct 04,  · Listen to Boppin' a Riff Part 1 and Part 2 () on Spotify. Fats Navarro · Song · Music Duration: 5 min.
  6. 1. Boppin' a Riff Part 1 2. Fat Boy Part 1 3. Everything's cool Part 1 4. Somebody loves Me 5. Everything Happens to me 6. Boppin' a Riff Part 2 7. Fat Boy Part 2 8. Off Minor 9. Webb City Part 1 Reverse the Charges Bud's Bubble The Man I love
  7. Pepper Keenan and Kirk Windstein showing their best riffs. 1. The Path 2. N.O.D. 3. Lifer 4. Bury Me in Smoke 5. Lysergik Funeral Procession 6. The Seed P.S.
  8. Summary: Rock Riff part 1. Let’s begin by tackling a rock riff! Rock is all about solid rhythms, big distortion and energy! This riff demonstrates how using your pentatonic notes, the odd powerchord, and some heavy distortion can really bring life to the simplest of ideas. Make sure you can also visualise the pentatonic shapes you are using.

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