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Recorded September 11, In the original track the same 4 chords are played continuously.
At you can see a small variation in the last two chords of the 4-chord sequence. In the original track.. Hope it helps! Apologies, in the formatting unfortunately the letters were shifted to the left for some reason-hopefully this is not too off-putting!
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Em/Db - x G7/D - x Cmaj7 - x (chorus) and (intro and verse) [Intro] Em/Db Cmaj7 [Verse] Em/Db Cmaj7 G Viceroy. Correct chords and chord names, due to the variants used in the chorus.
Someone strangely self-aware of the positives and negatives of their current situation at the ripe old age of Written and recorded around a relentless touring schedule, Salad Days gives the listener a very personal insight into what it's all about to be Mac amidst the craziness of a rising career in a very public format. The lead single, "Passing Out Pieces," set to huge overdriven organ chords, contains lines like "…never been reluctant to share, passing out pieces of me…" Clearly, this isn't the same record that breezily gave us "Dreamin" and "Ode to Viceroy," but the result of what comes from their success.
Standout tracks like these show Mac's widening sound, whether insights into future directions or even just welcome one-off forays into new territory. Still, this is musically, lyrically and melodically good old Mac DeMarco, through and through. As you read this and as you hear the album on April Fool's Day of this year, he'll probably be on tour, or preparing for one… or maybe already writing new music.
A relentless work ethic is something to be admired in today's indie music scene, but when it's of the quality Mac is giving us time and time again, it starts to turn from admiration to awe. Andy and Edwin Mathis White are the duo known as Tonstartssbandht.
Behind their made-up name pronounced as tahn-starts-bandit is almost a decade of sibling synergistic creative energy.