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Country Vocals Lessons: Riff Exercise - “Lead Me Not”

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Here's an exercise for
you to practice deconstructing a lick for
yourself, and if you want to,
recreating it and singing it yourself.
This is a song of mine called Lead Me Not.
That's a very gospel
influenced country song, and
I go into this big gospely
finish at the end of the song.
I'm gonna demonstrate it and give you a
lick that you can deconstruct yourself and
see if you can figure out the notes and
recreate exactly note-for-note
what I'm singing.
So you'll hear my demonstration, and then
the backing track will be available for
you to put your own version down.
And you can copy mine,
you can recreate my lick and
then you can invent one of your own and
submit that.
see if you
can pick that
one out on
a keyboard and
then sing it
back to me.