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I hear the chords in the verse phrases as B-A-E...simile
Then the chorus introduces a D chord.
So is this in key of E or B-mixolydian? Both have 4 sharps. But chorus and song fade out in B. However, D chord doesn't seem to fit in the "B" family, though it is bVII chord for key of E. Some kind of back-cycling going on.
I suppose it doesn't really matter, but these mountain modal tunes Ricky does are hard to label a key on and I'd like to list it correctly in the repertoire.
Hope it's not another can of theory worms--thanks.
It goes from B Major, then B minor. The D Major chord is relative to Bm. As far as I'm concerned these distinctions have to do with how a tune is notated. That's up to who does the transcription.
Sounds like Bm Dorian parent key A maj. Chords (triads) Bm A and Emaj.
Verse: B Mixolydian
chorus: D Lydian
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