This is the first recording in a series of backtracks I will be posting to my site. The tracks are meant to be played along to as practice for musicians tackling any instrument. I am in 440 tuning at 96bp, playing the song “Sweet Georgia Brown,” in the key of F which cromatically walks down to a D7 then goes around the circle of 5th’s in the A part. Here are the chords I am playing.
F, D7, G7, C7, Fmaj7, A7
The B part starts the same, deviates from the original melody, then has a turnaround
F, D7, G7, Dm, A7, Dm, A7, turnaround which is
F, D7, G7, C7 each held for 2 beats resolving back to F. This is called a 1-6-2-5 turnaround. Or I-VI7-II7-V7