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Hi. I was wondering if anybody could give me the chords to the tune 'Remember' from Hank Mobley's 'Soul Station' album? I've been learning the solo but it seems abit stupid if I dont know what the chords are. Thanks for your help!!!
 

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Hi. Hope this helps... (concert key)

l DbMa7 l C7 l B7 l Bb7 l Bbmi7 l Eb7 l AbMa7 l Ebmi7 Ab7l
l DbMa7 l C7 l B7 l Bb7 l Bbmi7 l Eb7 l AbMa7 l AbMa7 ll

ll DbMa7 l DbMa7 l Dbmi7 l Gb7 l AbMa7 l AbMa7 l Gmi7 l C7b9 ll

l DbMa7 l C7 l B7 l Bb7 l Bbmi7 l Eb7 l AbMa7 l (Ebmi7 Ab7) ll
 

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Such a cool tune!
 

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yeah I know i did. It was just the B7 against the melody seems off, but then when I began to transcribe the solo Mobley outlines the B7 so its fine.
 

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SaxColossusJR said:
yeah I know i did. It was just the B7 against the melody seems off, but then when I began to transcribe the solo Mobley outlines the B7 so its fine.
No that chord (in concert) should be BMaj7. It even makes more sense, it's a tritone sub of the I relative to the dominant the measure before.
 

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saxymanzach said:
No that chord (in concert) should be BMaj7. It even makes more sense, it's a tritone sub of the I relative to the dominant the measure before.
Now that I think about it, the V7 chord was substituted, not the I chord.
 

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see my post in the transcriptions section -
includes a full transcription of hank's solo....

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saxymanzach said:
Now that I think about it, the V7 chord was substituted, not the I chord.
I know, I saw that when I first saw it. I just took a look at the original version by Irving Berlin and it makes sense.
 

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SaxColossusJR said:
I know, I saw that when I first saw it. I just took a look at the original version by Irving Berlin and it makes sense.
Oh, I didn't realize that Irivng berlin wrote the tune. I just looked at a lead sheet for the original, and it ansvwers some questions, but the third bar is still a mystery.
 
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