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Super Bad (Part 1 and 2)
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Super Bad (Part 1 and 2)
Tim Dillon, from Nashville, Tennessee, is going to explore a classic style of music through the eyes of one of its founding fathers: James Brown.
In this lessson, you'll learn the funk song, “Super Bad (Part 1 and 2),” by Brown!  James Brown originally recorded the song in Nashville at Starday-King Studios, and later recorded it again on an album under the same title.

Tim plays an Epiphone 1966 Worn Wilshire Tremotone in the lesson.

Tim Dillon
    Tim Dillon is a Blues/R&B based guitar born in St. Louis, MO. He currently resides in Nashville, TN and is working for Christian artist, Brandon Heath. His passion for the guitar began at age 16, and has grown relentlessly ever since. Tim has been playing professionally for 8 years and has toured/recorded with artists such as, Lecrae, Trip Lee, Andy Mineo, Jimmy Needham, Marc Broussard, and Brandon Heath. Tim looks forward to many more years to come.

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By James Brown
Copyright 1970 (Renewed) Crited Music, INC. (BMI) All rights administered by Unichappell Music INC.
All Rights Reserved. Used by Permission

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