This song is the only song I have of theirs that is digitized. I likely have the CD but found the rest of the tracks uninteresting. This song is from "Nothing Shocking".Interesting how complex the chords are for "Magic". Had no idea.
I loved Xanadu back in the day. Its songs are no longer any of my favorites, but I still get a nostalgia vibe from a lot of them. We're bound to hear some tracks from it this coming weekend, because the VJ Big 40 will be all about 1980.
"Jack & Diane" will be coming up on my 333. Classic!
Never got into "Jane Says". I worked at a grocery store back in '90 and somebody told me he didn't like "Been Caught Stealing" but liked their previous album Nothing's Shocking. He lent me the cassette and the only song I liked was "Pigs In Zen". I liked the demo version of "Had A Dad" from the "Stealing" single better than the LP version.
Does that look crazy when you do it? Maybe it makes you look spastic. So it may mean you just look crazy playing them. I am not a guitar player so I wouldn't know.Those really are crazy chords.
I had to look up the D7b5.
A lot of times you'll see crazy chords written down, and then realize it's as simple as shifting one finger while the rest stay put. Summer of 69 is like that.