If we’re being trustworthy, there are actually zero chords right here, simply riff notes. And, because of the dearth of chords and solely three notes, I’ve heard some say they hear this in Phrygian, and I dig that. The E major sounding “do do mi re do” motif proper earlier than the primary Verse heralds our uncommon “♭II” chord presence in the loop.
This track wins the award for playing off the press earlier than the beat is available in, giving it an natural feel — so refreshing in right now’s digitized world. Tonally, one other one which places the basis-chord within the middle, for a by no means-resolved loop. Formwise, I’m stretching right here; the Bridge is mostly a “vocal Instrumental,” which I don’t have a letter for. The last Verse is tweaked so it seems like a Bridge, and the Outro uses enough Chorus material that possibly it’s … Read More