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Title:Nirvana - Blew (Guitar Cover)
Duration:03:09
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Published:09-11-2018
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The very first sound we hear on the very first Nirvana studio album – Krist Novoselic’s rumbling seven-note bass figure in “Blew” – is so low-toned as to be almost indecipherable. The reason? Nirvana, like many of their Seattle peers, favored “drop-D” tuning, which involves lowering the bottom E string on a guitar or bass one whole tone. But when Kurt and Krist dropped their lowest strings during the recording of Bleach, they didn’t realize their respective instruments were already tuned down a full step. The consequence was that they went “one lower,” to a positively leaden “drop-C.” Which, in the case of “Blew,” essentially plunged Kurt’s languid vocals and loping melodies into a tar pit. Novoselic later described the resultant sound as “doom pop,” and pointed to Bleach‘s leadoff track as the only C-tuned track to actually make it to the album without being recut. Perhaps not coincidentally, he also called “Blew” his favorite song on the record. “It has a groove,” he explained in Seattle Weekly, “and it’s the sole survivor of the Doom Pop experiment.” Luckily, contemporary bands like Torche seem to have continued his research.

Tuning: D, A, D, G, B, F

Equipment used: Fender Kurt Cobain Jaguar, Boss DS-1 and Fender Mustang IV amp

Lyrics: Now If you wouldn't mind I would like to blew
And if you wouldn't mind I would like to lose
And If you wouldn't care I would like to leave
And If you wouldn't mind I would like to breathe

Is there another reason for your stain
Could you believe who we knew stress and strain
Here is another word that rhymes with shame

Now If you wouldn't mind I would like to blew
And If you wouldn't mind I would like to lose
And If you wouldn't care I would like to leave
And If you wouldn't mind I would like to breathe

Is there another reason for your stain
Could you believe who we knew stress and strain
Here is another word that rhymes with shame

Is there another reason for your stain
Could you believe who we knew stress and strain
Here is another word that rhymes with shame

You could do anything
You could do anything
You could do anything
You could do anything
You could do anything
You could do anything
You could do anything
You could do anything


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