Watch the Cry For You Progression 2 online guitar lesson by Andy Timmons from Electric Expression
In the next performance section we're talking about Cry For You. This is the end section of the song, and this is the one that usually goes on for a while when I'm playing it in concert. It's just D minor to B flat major 7. So we're going to illuminate a few things in here. One of the things is how I'm using mostly the D minor pentatonic, but I'm adding the ninth, so it's a penatonic +1. Sexatonic if that's a word. I'm not really sure. And I'm illuminating some things like motivic development, which is something I'm very fond of. Playing a melodic idea and developing it from there. And there's some two-note clusters that I'm playing, some scalar clusters for lack of a better term. And some bending ideas, some horizontal ideas, as always and some voice leading. And a couple of cool bending Hendrix-y things. Hopefully it's a nice musical piece and will help you create your own.