Big Dog Boogie

September 10, 2017 at 5:07 pm Leave a comment

Back in the fifties and sixties when people regularly bought albums as well as singles, the album “filler” track became a staple of the recording industry. Often put together on the fly and as an afterthought when the probable “hits” had been completed, these “filler” tracks occasionally took on a life of their own. Their unexpected popularity may have resulted from the uninhibited improvisations that often created them.

This is how “Big Dog Boogie” felt to me as I started noodling the main riff. Simple yet catchy, all it needed was some solos and a “B” section. Careful not to overthink it, I quickly threw together a bridge.

This is the result. I hope you like it.

Entry filed under: Acoustic, bass guitar, Classic Rock, Duane Eddy, Garage Rock, Guitar, I wrote this one, Instrumental Rock, Music, Oldies, Pro Tools, ProTools, Rock, Rockabilly, Shadows, Sibelius, Ventures, Video, Vintage Instrumentals.

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