Evidence of Autumn chord brilliance
« Thread started on: Jan 8th, 2016, 08:28am »
Does anyone else also think this is particularly excellent? The song appears to be in D-flat (at the beginning). At the start of the verse, the chord progression gets to an E-flat m chord. Then, so seamlessly, shifts to E major for a bit, then rejoins the flats again with that second inversion A-flat chord! Wow.
(I do know that there are countless other Genesis harmonies that are superb )
Re: Evidence of Autumn chord brilliance
« Reply #1 on: Jan 9th, 2016, 05:45am »
This is a fantastic song chordwise. Now and then I like to strum it on the guitar. But when I do, I tune my guitar down a half step (or use my guitar that has been tuned down a whole step and put a capo on the 1st fret), because I like the original pitch. So I can play it in D, but hear it in the original pitch.