Backing Track:Chunga's Revenge

"Chunga's Revenge" starts side two, and again is a long instrumental with jazzy soloing reminiscent of Hot Rats. Ian Underwood blows tenor sax, shot through a wah-wah pedal.

















E-------------------------   |
B------------------------- 0 |
G-------------------------   |
D-------------------------   |
A-----5---8-7-8--8-7-8---- 0 |
E---5---------------------   |

Guitar part

E-12--10----12--13-12-10----12---13---12---8-------------------|
B--------------------------------------------------------------|
G-------------------------------------------:-12-12-12-12-12---|
D--------------------------------------------------------------|
A--------------------------------------------------------------|
E--------------------------------------------------------------|

Then the rhythm changes a bit.

E-12--10----12--13-12-10----12---13---12---8----------------|
B-----------------------------------------------------------|
G-------------------------------------------:-9-9--10--12-:-|
D-----------------------------------------------------------|
A-----------------------------------------------------------|
E-----------------------------------------------------------|















With “Chunga’s Revenge,” we get hard core guitar rock and seemingly anomalous jazz segues. Ian Underwood’s opening saxophone solo, performed with pedal volume, is tortuous and chilling, and I mean that in a good way (that’s right folks, the opening solo instrument is an alto saxophone, not a guitar with a fuzzed wah-wah).





Backing Track:Chunga's Revenge Backing Track:Chunga's Revenge Reviewed by Klemen Hlupič on 11:17 Rating: 5

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