Step 1: The Organ Part. Step one in learning how to play Green Onions by Booker T. Jones and the M.G.’s, is learning this rhythmic part. Breaking down this organ part and playing it on the guitar. This would be the rhythm part John would use to play behind a soloist or to just imitate that organ scottdwebgraphics.com: Jon Maclennan. Chords: Bb, Fm, F, Bbm. Chords for Green Onions - Booker T & The MG's - Organ. Play along with guitar, ukulele, or piano with interactive chords and diagrams. Includes transpose, capo hints, changing speed and much more. Chords: Fm, Bb, Eb, F. Chords for How to play Green Onions - Piano / Organ Tutorial - Booker T and the MGs. Play along with guitar, ukulele, or piano with interactive chords and diagrams. Includes transpose, capo hints, changing speed and much more.
Originally posted by Steve Leigh View Post. I hope you enjoyed learning how to play Green Onions by Booker T. If you are enjoying this blues lesson be sure to check out our other lesson how to play Chitlins Con Carne By Kenny Burrell , for another great and unique 12 bar blues. Search for: Search. Then we are leading into the four chord.
Repeat this for four bars and then move down to the four chord. Also be sure to use this track as inspiration for your own writing, soloing, and playing. This lead definitely has a very Miles Davis vibe to this riff, just that rhythm if the lead is very jazzy. Watch him closely. There are a couple of nice Hammond measures - I suppose this means these were Booker T.
June 13, Sliding into the 13th fret from the 12th fret, over and over again. So when you get to the Eb you play your octave on the 5th string 6th fret with your pointer finger and the 3rd string 8th fret with your pinky, then move this shape up a two frets, one whole step, now holding down the 5th string 8th fret with your pointer finger and the 3rd string 10th fret with your pinky. This is such a great and unique track. OK Cancel. Then going up one string so now you are on the 2nd string and then make your octave with your pinky on the 11th fret, they also on the 2nd string now move your octave with your pinky on the 13th.