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PaulV

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From Ted's "Descending Chromatic Bass Progressions, 1987-01-10"
Someone please name the chords.

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Reply with quote  #47 
Bb minor 7/11
Eb 6/7 (b9)
AbM7
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BLC,
I agree.
Could the 2nd chord also be considered an A7#9 instead of the Eb13b9 ?  (the ol' Flat 5 sub)

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Absolutely. 
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From "Gospel Influenced Blues, 1990-10-10"

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Okay, I'll put one up today....but you probably have plenty on your plate with all the new monthly material that just went up this past weekend.

Nevertheless, this is from Ted's "Expanded Diatonicism, Introduction, Ext on bIII & bVII, 1989-07-17"
Nice......as Ted wrote, "the 3rd adds warmth."

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Hey Paul, you can go on a short vacation today ;-)

The move I've chosen is from the new Misty arrangement (bar 6 to 7). Basically it's a V7 chord beautifully voice-lead to a III7.

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That's a beauty, alright.  You really know how to give a guy the day off!

Thanks for posting this one.
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Thanks AsatBluesboy.
Here's a simple move from Ted's "Descending Chromatic Bass Progressions, 1987-01-10"
Chord names?  (this is easy, but a nice voice-leading)

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Bonus points for identifying the V-System voicing group of the first chord.
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V-5    

Does anybody know if Titos Tacos on Washington Pl in Culver City is allowing the use of these bonus points to offset the cost of lunch? 


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Oh, chord names?   
Is this some sort of a V7 to I? 

Among some synonyms etc, could it possibly be Bm7(b5) to A triad with the 3rd doubled?  The 7th of the Bm7(b5) is on the A string.  Could the notes of the Bm7(b5) be tones of an E7th dominant type of chord such as maybe an E7th with a b9 and Sus4/11.    If one leaves the A note out of the first chord, but why would one want to do that?,  then it's a dim triad which could also be a partial 7b9 chord one half step below each of the notes of the dim triad. e.g.  E7b9,  Bb7b9  etc.  

Did I just disqualify myself and lose out on the bonus points?

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BLC,
You missed the bonus.  Sorry, but you'll have to foot the bill for lunch yourself.
Still waiting on the V-System group....and for other chord names..... [cool]

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Okay, I fell for it.  I was simply basing my initial mistake on the string set.   Big mistake.  

I think it's a V-3 based upon ABTS from low to high. 

Maybe I'll just get something off the dollar menu at Taco Bell. 
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i fell for it again.  This time I think it's a V-14 with root in the soprano of a Bm7(b5).
Are there any points for multiple attempts. Or, am I now into the negative range of points? 

Guess who has an incomplete understanding of Ted's V-system?  Bonus points even for stating the obvious.

I just fixed myself a serving of hot chili beans on a whole wheat tortialla and nuked it for 40 seconds. 
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