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Midland conspiracy

Ok, can't find Midland Two Step on Neal's site, on Walmart, in Ye Yaille Chere, and I don't think its in Ann's book either.

What is the chord progression on it? Is it the same as Cherokee Waltz?

Re: Midland conspiracy

If you are looking for lyrics, you will need your magnifying glass and a copy of the liner notes for the Amedee Ardoin CD "Never Coming Back".

I usually play it alternating between C and G chords, starting with the C. But I never play anything right, so I will defer to those who learnt it better.

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No, looking for chord progressions, or just a snippet to listen to. Someone sent me some chord progressions, so I'm good. Thanks.

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Yes, it's the same as Cherokee
1, 5, 4, 1
1 5, 4, 1

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Thanks Jude.

Re: Midland conspiracy

Check out apple I-tunes, there is the MIDLAND TWO STEP by 4 different cajun artists.

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