The Stumble chords by Freddie King


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The Stumble chords

||: A7 | A7 | E7 (F#7 F7) | E7 |
| A7 | A7 | B7 | B7 |
| E N.C | E N.C | A N.C A N.C | F#/A# |
| B7 C#m7 | F#7 B7 | E7 A7 | E7 B7 :||

||: A7 | A7 | E7 (F#7 F7) | E7 |
| A7 | A7 | B7 | B7 |
| E7 | E7 | A7 | F#/A# |
| B7 C#m7 | F#7 B7 | E7 A7 | E7 B7 :||

||: A7 | A7 | E7 (F7) | E7 |
| A7 | A7 | B7 | B7 |
| E N.C | E N.C | A N.C A N.C | F#/A# |
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| B7 C#m7 | F#7 B7 | E7 A7 | E7 B7 :||
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| B7 C#m7 | F#7 B7 | E7 A7 | E7 |


The third Blues King

The youngest of all three Kings, The Texas Cannonball, was born Fredrick Christian King, on September 3rd, 1934.

Despite being Texan-born, he and his family moved to Chicago at a young age so his style is very much a result of the Texas/Chicago influence.

Freddie King’s tone and style were much more aggressive, he also explored the possibilities of improvisation more so than Albert or B.B. King. This made Freddie Eric Clapton‘s favorite Blues King.

Using the chords above, as well as the video lesson you can learn how to play Freddie King’s most famous instrumental tune, The Stumble.


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Freddie King

Perhaps the least known of the three kings, Freddie is most known for his instrumentals Hide Away and The Stumble.

Not just a great guitar player, Freddie could sing his heart out and did so as he covered many classics.

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Since they have video guitar lessons, I’ve kept these and added chords and lyrics.

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Song Book

As a guitarist, a repertoire is the greatest asset you can acquire. It is your ticket to playing with other musicians.

To help you on this journey, I’ve gathered tunes I play with acoustic duos, Jazz trios, Indie/Rock/Party bands as well as large Soul/Motown ensembles.

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