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  1. From the label website: "Though the CD and LP share a similar internal structure and can be listened on their own they are intended to be played consecutively forming the full six chord arc of the total piece." From the inside of the CD sleeve: "This program continues on the vinyl edition". All sounds by Chord 4/5(9).
  2. The CD and vinyl are the first and second parts of a musical gesture. From the label website: "Though the CD and LP share a similar internal structure and can be listened on their own they are intended to be played consecutively forming the full six chord arc of the total piece." From the vinyl release: "This program continued from the CD edition."/5(20).
  3. Explore releases from Chord at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Chord at the Discogs Marketplace. Progression (Album) 3 versions Sell This Version: 3 versions: MIE Chord (3) Gmaj7 ‎ (LP, Album, Num) MIE Music: MIE UK: Sell This Version: Singles & EPs: SP
  4. While the Progression CD is a complete listening experience, hearing Progression in its entirety requires both CD and LP as the LP contains further variations on the themes established on the CD (LP contains two different tracks and one remix). 1. EbMaj9 (descent) 2. Gm11 (pelagic) 3. D6 (codal).
  5. Chord Power-ambient group based in Chicago. Kyle Benjamin, Trevor de Brauw, Phil Dole, Jason Hoffman, and Sean McCarthy. CDs and Vinyl, released 01 March 1. Bm/G (Excerpt) This track is included as a free download with the purchase of any CD or LP (originally found on the Sound In A Vacuum Vol. 2 compilation).
  6. Vinyl, LP, Album Country: US Released: Genre: Rock. fun transitions and changes, welcome melodies and chord progressions, lovable keyboard and drum tones, evocative use of noise as texture. Anything newly released in that sounds even a bit like this is surely ironic to the hilt — but this album, released in , wasn't ironic.
  7. Record/Vinyl + Digital Album Second pressing of this year's Stages LP, double/gatefold robot pink vinyl with full lyrics. Includes unlimited streaming of Stages via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
  8. The most popular chord progression in 4-chord songs is C, Am, F, and G. For Piano. Those chords are also about the 4 easiest chords to play on a piano since they are all played on white keys in a line, so your fingers hardly have to move. For this reason, I've marked in bold all the songs with that progression.
  9. You’ll find three-chord changes like this some of the most common in popular western music. You’ll also note that subtle variations on this formula are present in many a rock and blues tune, where alterations to some of the chords give rise to the blues harmonies that propelled the likes of Chuck Berry, Little Richard, The Beatles, and many other notables of the 50s and 60s to fame.

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