This is not a real post. Or, if it is, it’s the worst post I’ll ever put on this blog.
With that said, if you can’t get enough harmonic interestingtasticness, I put every song we’ve ever discussed here at doctorofrock.com into playlists at Spotify and YouTube:
Spotify Web link:
I’ve left off a couple songs that were only mentioned to point out their not-interestingness, but basically that’s everything.
A fun game: listen and try to figure out what in each song we thought was worth talking about. I mean, not “fun” like waterslides or snowball fights, but at least a little fun.
…the Doctor of Rock returns from IR.
What I do know is that Sara Bareilles is fantastic, but what I don’t know is what key this verse is in:
Sara Bareilles – Love Song (verse)
I have the verse as Gm → Bb → Dm → F:
[Gm]Head under [Bb]water
And they [Dm]tell me to breathe
[F]easy for a while
Do you hear that as vi → I → iii → V, or ii → IV → vi → I? I.e., if you start right from the beginning, do you hear it in Bb or F, and when are you sure? Do you think it matters that the Bb is really Bbsus2? (I can’t think of a Isus2 off the top of my head…)
Continue to ponder this key change or lack thereof… →