Last meeting I re-introduced a couple of old songs – Town Called Malice (which went down a treat) and End of a Century (which went down like a lead balloon).
Some of the difficulties in this were the new chords. F6, F#m, Db and Dbm aren’t easy to keep in your mind whilst reading music and trying to sing – so I’ve added them to the music sheets and added some instructions to the intro of Town Called Malice.
F#m= Gbm and Dbm=C#m – different names for same chords.
Explanation of the bridge of Town Called Malice:
(a C moved up one fret, using Barre of your first finger)
“Whole street’s belief”
“In Sunday’s roast Beef”
(Move the whole chord up two frets barre 4th fret)
“Is dashed against …
(and back down two fret to barre the 2nd fret again for Bm)
… the Co-op”
To become familiar with the tunes check out youtube
Next Monday – 17th August: Unleash the kazoos of war!