Boz Scaggs - Now You're Gone 4 Years, 6 Months ago
Here is a very cool tune from Boz Scagg's first album, which included the classic Loan Me A Dime with Duane Allman. It is much more complicated than our earlier challenges but if you can dial in to the bass you will be able to chip away at it. There are a lot of chords involved and the tonal center (home) may be a bit elusive. Check it out and this one might be better if anybody playing along posts their thoughts here. Especially if they are along the lines of questions or clues. If you are pretty sure you have it, then PM me.
Some things to look for-
How many chords do we here before it seems like we are on the tonic?
How many chords in the verse (the first 8 vocal measures)?
Where does the chorus start in relation to the last chord in the verse?
Re: Boz Scaggs - Now You're Gone 4 Years, 6 Months ago
I think it's time to add some hints here. The 3rd chord we hear is the tonic in the verse, which uses 3 chords but only 2 are in the key. The chorus drops down a whole step and uses 3 chords in that key plus one from the other key. Six chords total, 2 secondary dominants, although one of those is used in both parts and only a sec-dom in the chorus.