Late intermediate players will find that Brawl on Duval Street is an exceptionally impressive performance piece! The boogie-woogie left hand is easier than it sounds, and the punchy right hand adds to the excitement, especially when the quartal chords come in during the middle section! In Key West, Florida, Duval Street is where all the action is (James lives less than a block away from it) and this world-famous 12-bar barrelhouse blues really describes the activity of this renown island resort town.
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Key: F Major
Mood: active, punchy, spirited
Pedagogy: boogie-woogie bass, 12-bar blues form, blues scales, quartal chords