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Fiddle Lessons: “Alabama Jubilee”

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here's we've been talking about that cycle
of force, that inevitable,
omnipresent, ever present cycle of force.
And here's a tune that you probably have
heard, that completely exemplifies
that pattern here seventh chord's going
around in a circle.
It's called Alabama Jubilee.
And we've got Mike Rollenberg here to help
us explain things on his guitar,
as we play it, here we go.
One, two.
One, two, three.
All right, Alabama Jubilee.