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Lesson notes

Flight 602 is a bouncy little tune written by Chicago’s keyboard player, Robert Lamm, and was included on Chicago III in 1971. It is basically a simple strumming song with a few barre chords, some descending bass lines, and a few chord voicings that may be new to many students.

It includes a very catchy introduction with some sliding into small chord shapes, as well as an attempt to imitate a pedal steel guitar lick that Terry Kath threw in to the intro.