Diatonic 7th Chords
so I thought, Let's just listen to an example of 1/ corps. This is kind of Ah, not conventional use, but because we don't encounter this kind of court a lot in a pop song. But this song, this is Ah, under the bridge by Red Hot Chili Peppers for a quick little trip down memory Lane has a major seventh chord in it. That's the 1st 1 that's a major triad with a major seventh in it, and it's just really sticks out, and it shows you just like, kind of how beautiful it is. It's a really beautiful chord. So what you're gonna hear is this cord and it's just kind of says it's that kind of chord. That's the best way to explain it. So here comes a major seventh chord right here. So if you hear that, that's you. Listen to that close. You might say, Well, that's a major chord because it has that kind of happy sound. But there's something else in there. There's something else in there that makes it not quite just purely a major chord, and that's what it is. It's that major seventh quality. Here it is...
again, the City of Angels. Lonely Teoh, right here