Today, just a short alternate picking ascending and descending Exercise/lick.
This employs simplified fretboard fingering for quick, clean picking and fretting. This is essential for jazz/fusion tempo’s and also world music.
When adding the simple fingering outlined in the video above and accenting the 1st and 3rd notes in each four note grouping the rhythm and momentum will move forward naturally.
Accents on the 3rd note keep the fingering secure, the picking rhythmical and makes sure each group of four is completed properly.
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PLEASE WATCH VIDEO ABOVE FOR DETAILED INFO:
The first part of “Joy” as a Four bar 16 Beat “Teen Taal” Fusion Cycle
Full 4 Bars
Shakti (Shakti album)
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Shakti with John McLaughlin is the first album by Shakti, described as “another brain blowing achievement” by Agha Yasir .
- “Joy” (John McLaughlin/L. Shankar) – 18:13
- “Lotus Feet” (McLaughlin) – 4:44
- “What Need Have I for This–What Need Have I for That–I Am Dancing at the Feet of My Lord–All Is Bliss–All Is Bliss” (McLaughlin/Shankar) – 29:03
Personnel – Production (Record)
- John McLaughlin – Producer
- Nathan Weiss – Manager
- Joseph D’Anna – Engineer
- Stan Tonkel – Engineer
- Apeksha Bacciagallupi
- Pranavanada – Photos
- Gregory diGiovine – CBS Records
- Danny Wong – Lettering
- Marie de Oro – Design
Personnel – Production (CD)
- Mike Berniker – Producer, Coordination
- Larry Keyes – Digital Remastering
- Gary Pacheco – Coordination
- Penny Armstrong – Coordination
- Tony Tiller – Package Coordination
- Pete Cenedella – Package Coordination
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