Can anyone tell me if this is right please. I have been playing the Etta James song 'At Last' using what I hear as appropriate harmony but this doesn't stack up with the sheet music I hav ejust seen. I have a little knowledge of music from reading books, but play mostly by ear. The chords I'm using for the opening bars are as follows (and I'm using a D7+9 in place of a Dm7). Is this OK? Here is the sequence I use for the first two bars for example, in the key of F: C9 change - then - "At.... [F13...
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