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Predict the Rain: Rhythm During Solos

 

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During the harmonica and the slide solo, the rhythm guitar expands the basic parts to create some extra intensity. These sections follow the standard 12 bar form with the full groove on all of it. For the harmonica solo the rhythm guitar switches to a very catchy one-bar phrase and even employs the classic blues riff for the end of the form. For the slide solo he combines the basic rhythm part with the classic blues-riff, and it's a great sound. Later on in the form there's a rippin' piano solo, but this solo is only accompanied by the bass.

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