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Lesson notes

In 1972 The Raspberries jumped into the pop/rock scene with their first album, which included Go All The Way, written by Eric Carmen.

The song fused many compositional elements, including distorted electric guitar riffs, well developed chord progressions, catchy melodies with vocal hooks, blues shuffle patterns, some caveman power chords, and even a quasi-classical minor arpeggio pattern.

This lesson covers all of those, as well as presenting a couple challenges where the student will need to do some homework.