Not too sure about this one. Tangerine covered by Satsuma in a citrusy moment of fancy. Oh my darling Clementine.
Great, great fun to play. Octaves in bass line. Sustained A top note in melodic line.
There are some chord substitutions here. You know me, I cannot resist chord substitutions. Again, keep the feeling light and Satie-like.
This was a strange request, yes, none other than the ubiquitous G S. As with all house/dance music, simple and repetitive, and you only need to know very few common chords.
You don’t have to do too much with the bass.Use your right hand to fill in the rhythm where there are ‘holes’. With great chord changes and such a strong melody, this song doesn’t need much more.
Simple yet complex chord progression in this arpeggio-driven piece resulting in a baroque feel. It’s almost like a Bach fugue, so this song is perfect for piano. Here I am showing you how to crack it quickly and effectively in the Satsuma method of teaching and learning piano.You’ll probably find the verse a bit challenging
Gorillaz fans will enjoy this one from the Plastic Beach album.