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Accidentals and dominants

Gotta Hear ’em All blog has a rather technical review of Nothing at All from the new album Whoosh. If you enjoy reading about E – D# – C# – B progressions and dominant tonic motions, you’ll enjoy this.

It goes something like this:

The key of the piece is predominantly E Major, with a short set of shifting keys during the instrumental solos. Steve Morse’s is hard to exactly figure, but my closest guess would be G Major with several accidentals. Don Airey’s, on the other hand, is pretty easy to peg as primarily D Major, helped along by Roger Glover’s consistent bass tone (and sadly, besides this solo, Glover is once again the least audible member of the group. My apologies to Mr. Glover that I say little about him…again).

Continue reading in Gotta Hear ’em All.

Thanks to Attila for the info.

3 Comments to “Accidentals and dominants”:

  1. 1
    Attila says:

    A list of recent Whoosh reviews. So far none is below A+.








  2. 2
    Keith Livingstone says:

    So it’s a tune then…😉

  3. 3
    Alle says:

    Hiya there, thanks so much for adding this! Just wanted to add that I’ve covered both of the other pre-released songs as well. They can be found alone.


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