Christian Matthew Berrian I

Christian Matthew Berrian I

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Unique - Avant garde | Mansfield, Massachusetts, United States
Total Song Plays: 627   
Member Since: 2015
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Song Description

To claim I "wrote" this is somewhat silly, IMO, a it is just a jam over a I, IV, V chord progression, and I certainly didn't invent that. That reminds me of something a fellow Berklee bud said to me probably in 1991. This dude was a good bud, and great blues guitarist, as such, he hated the way I played blues..lol, as he was very, very traditional. Anyway, that didn't stop us from being buds. We were talking about how music "schools", and their focus on theory was kinda whack at times, my bud, his name was Buck, said, "Imagine if you had a time machine and traveled back about 30-40 years, and you were going to jam with some blues legend, like Albert Collins, and he turned around and said, 'all right mother fuckers, lets do stormy monday', and you said, 'sounds great, Sir, would you like to come in from the V?', he would probably respond, "man, what the FUCK you talkin 'bout, motherfucker?' then he would whack you over the head with his tele (if you were lucky). Anyway, yeah, I wrote it. I hope you like it. I miss Ohm.

Story Behind the Song

This is perhaps the first thing I ever recorded on my own at home, end of '03. Had just gotten my white Gibson LP Custom. Ohm, was her name. I loved her. Had to let her go about 10 years later. Was just getting used to amp modelers whe this was tracked. Wasn't crazy at the time about the digital sound. This goes on forever, but I add lots of ear candy as it progresses.

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Song Length
6:21
Genres
Blues - General, Blues - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Instrumental
Moods
In High Spirits, Pleased

Subject Matter
Girls, Women, Painkillers

Similar Artist
As far as the chord changes, anyone who jams over
Language
Multi-Language

Music Credits CMB ! and whoever invented the blues
Producer Credits CMB I
Publisher Credits Astral mary music, Inc. Copyright 2003, 2015
Performance Credits CMB I