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Lesson notes

In the early days The Rolling Stones were primarily a blues band. By 1965 they started branching out into ballads and other styles and Play With Fire is a good example of this growth. The song only uses a few chords and somewhat random picking to create an intimate, moody song. The lesson is presented as an ear-training exercise so listen and watch before printing out the attachments.