Bartlett, IL, August 01, 2015 -- Michael Droste, a composer and musician from Illinois, released a new everything 99¢ music store. PlayTheBlues.com is dedicated to help you learn the blues. “I also want to give everyone the blues in common keys that blues bands usually perform. The website has all the instruments, in all of the keys: Bb, C, D, E, Eb, F, G, A,” said Droste.
The Play The Blues instrument list includes: Alto Saxophone, Bass Guitar, Clarinet, Drums Set, Flute,Acoustic and Electric Guitar, Keyboard Instruments, Oboe, Recorder, Soprano Saxophone, Violin, Viola, Cello, Tenor Saxophone, Trombone, Trumpet, Tuba and Vibes.
Each 99¢ recording also has 'Magic Notes’ at the website that are a place to start playing the blues.
Try repeating the notes, creating a complimentary or contrasted rhythm and start having fun. Each Blues song has a total of 12 choruses.
“Soloing is a very free, fun way to express your feelings and emotions. It is simply one of the best parts of playing an instrument. Play around an experiment. Play with the track, then on the second chorus, play whatever you want! Play sharp notes, flat notes, listen to what sounds good or bad.
Simply play around an experiment,” Droste Stated.
Everything comes out in blues music: joy, pain, struggle. Blues is affirmation with absolute elegance. It's about a man and a woman. So the pain and the struggle in the blues is that universal pain that comes from having your heart broken. Most blues songs are not about social statements ~Wynton Marsalis
To assist the beginner, there is a blues tutorial at the end of each recording. The 500+ recordings for every instrument are now available for 99¢ each through PlayTheBlues.com http://www.PlayTheBlues.com
“Something about playing the blues, has the ability to make things in your heart and soul better,” said Droste.
About Windy Town:
Windy Town is a privately owned music company founded in 1992. Located in Bartlett IL., a suburb of Chicago, they release hundreds of unique musical recordings a year. Michael Droste is a graduate of the DePaul School of Music in Chicago.