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I can't get this one out of my mine, and have been playing with it on guitar.  I remember Ted played and showed me some of it way way back.  He might have played it on the wedding DVD, I'll have to listen through it again.  From an old TV show I think  ..  Starts on a i minor with the min/major 7 to flt 7descending thing, then I think it goes to a iv min, somewhere goes iim7flt5- V7.  I know I'm not giving much of a hint, but that's what I remember.  A real spooky, sort of, minor song,  I think from a detective show(not columbo)..  I'm thinking something like "Shadow Man", or something like that.  I need the name so I can really learn it.  HELP

IT'S COMING BACK TO ME .. I'M AWAKENING FROM MY COMA..
The tune has the word CITY in it I think. Dark City???

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I am sure this isn't it, but 'Harlem Nocturne'?  I know Ted loved that tune.

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"Dark Shadows"?

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SteveBrodie

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No, I was way off.  One of them I'm thinking of is  Town without Pitty, and I was way off on my explaination of the progression.  I have most of it down, but still could use a lead sheet.  There is still another one though????It will come back to me in a year or two. 

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If it helps, Harlem Nocturne was on "Mike Hammer."

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