Great to see a new lesson from you Ale!
Very fresh choice of topic.
Great lesson! You really captured Jamiroquai vibe in there!
Very nice lesson...its cosmic!
awesome alejandro!, i love Jamiroquai music.
Awesome impression on Jamiroquai's style
Nice groovy tune man Thanks!
great lesson and awesome BT! well done man!
Nice to see a new lesson from you. I was sure that you had left GMC.... Great lesson between ...
great lesson. I like the chord sounding I Can use this in my coverband. Thx
Great lesson in this style!
VEry good lesson, Jamiruqai has good songs.
Awesome man!. You catched exactly the Jamiro's escence on this lesson. Perfectly done!!
Nice to see you, Alejandro! Tasty playing and great tone!
thanks all !!!
is nice to see all of you again!!!!!
Shes just a cismic girl.. uhh yeah
My favourite Jamiroquai song! :-)
Love Jamiroqui , great idea Alejandro!
I like this! Nice one, Alejandro!
Yeah! This is so cool partner!! Great lesson! I really love this style!
cool lesson, really captures the sound of Jamiroquai perfectly
Awesome man. This groove is very catchy.
Hello GMC! Today we have a new lesson inspired by Jamiroquai group.
Jamiroquai is a British band led by lead singer Jay Kay (short for Jason Kay) and backed by bass and guitar players, drummers, and keyboardists. Their albums have sold many millions of copies.
Jamiroquai's first single, When You Gonna Learn?, was released in 1992. Jamiroquai's first album, Emergency on Planet Earth, came out in 1993.
The third album, Travelling without Moving, yielded a big American pop hit, Virtual Insanity, in 1997.
The band's early songs had an acid jazz flavor. But due to Jay Kay's interest in funk and disco music, the band gradually shifted in other directions. By their fifth album, A Funk Odyssey (2001), the disco influence was especially evident. The fifth album's first single, Little L, scored high in many charts worldwide.
This tune is in Em key, the melody is composed by minor pentatonic, Phrygian and Mixolydian mode.
The chord progression starts in Em (one bar), then F#m (half bar), and B7b9b13 (Half bar)
In chorus the key change to C#m. In this part we have two bars of F#m and two bars of C#m.
I hope you like this lesson!