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Cool easy and fun! Play Reggae harmonica today with a band/guitar or piano player or backing tracks

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16 Lessons (1h 14m)
    • 1. Reggae1 promo

      2:46
    • 2. Reggae2 intro

      3:02
    • 3. Reggae3 chug

      4:07
    • 4. Reggae4 chords

      7:01
    • 5. Reggae5 rootnotes

      7:39
    • 6. Reggae6 scales

      5:17
    • 7. Reggae7 demo

      4:55
    • 8. Reggae8 bass demo

      3:28
    • 9. Reggae9 Hey Man

      5:04
    • 10. Reggae10 positions

      5:27
    • 11. Reggae11 empent

      5:21
    • 12. Reggae12 tune

      5:51
    • 13. Reggae13 no woman

      6:01
    • 14. Reggae14 Redemption

      2:28
    • 15. Reggae15 Natural Mystic

      3:01
    • 16. Reggae16 Bed and outro

      2:45
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Bet you never thought of playing Reggae on your harmonica! Neither did I until a blues band I was gigging with started playing No Woman No Cry on stage without telling me it was coming! I didn't know what to do and got away with busking it.

But you don't have to suffer that stress if you take this course.

I'll show you how to play the basic rhythms, the basic notes, the chords, the improvising and also some tunes.

If you've never played Reggae and would like to try grab this course and give it a shot!

See you inside, Ben.

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1. Reggae1 promo: Hi there. Time for another harmonic, Of course. You know what? I wanna Chris, one of these guys. 10 hole diatonic. Very easy to play. Lots of fun. Very groovy. And today, talking groovy, we're gonna learn how to play reggae. We're going to start very, very easy. Just something like this. Okay, how easy is that on a nice groove to it. So I'm gonna teach you how to play reggae in this course. So if you don't know anything about reggae, this is the place for you. It's a very nice type of music to play. I started playing it by mistake, and I really like it now. It's very good for harmonica plays, So you learn what to do. You learn the cords, you'll learn how to play different chords. You'll learn the positions, whether it's better on 1/3 position, minor key or whether it's better on first position or second. We'll check all of that out. We'll check out lots of individual songs such as leads to Big Without You by Sting and the police Natural mystic from Bob Marley. No woman, no cry Sun is shining sunshine reggae. Well, that's the backing track which I've made up on Bond. There's a couple more backing tracks which we're gonna do. You get it all written down like this and you'll get the backing tracks like this and you will be able to do it. I find it very easy and very much fun. Todo enjoyed. Of course you loathe. I think thing. 2. Reggae2 intro: Hi there. Welcome to the course. This course is all about playing reggae on the harmonica, so I don't know if you've ever done that before. It was new to me when I first I started it. I was playing in a blues band that they went on to playing No woman, no cry and then three little birds and all kind of things on. I thought, Oh my God, what do I do? What am I supposed to do? Is a harmonica player. So talk to them researched it looked into it a bit. Andi, I've come up with some a lot of things that you can do with sound great, and it's really fun. Many thing is, it's really fun. The type of music. It's a Jamaican music, as you probably know originally. Well, let's go back to the forties and fifties. You had Mento, Andi, Carom Calypso, which is the more sort of commercial form of Mento in the in Jamaica. And then you had scar with. It's kind of spiky, fast beats this kind of thing. This will be scar something on this thing. Then later you had rock steady, which is more relaxed for Mrs this one. She has a much more. It's got a much more reggae feel to it, hasn't it? So you've got that. But reggae's generally much slower than that. So it seems to have been slowing down in the Caribbean. I don't know. That's my observation. I don't know that much about it, but that's how it seems to me. And, uh, we worked out what you can, what you can do on the harmonica. What notes you're supposed to play, what positions you're supposed to use, how you're supposed to learn the tunes. That's what we're going to cover in this course. It's gonna open lots of doors, so we'll do some work on Redemption Song. No woman, no cry. We'll look at some police regularly, which is very good. Remember the band Police was staying in it? Which one we're gonna do? We look at what? Um, bed's too big without you. Remember that one beds too big with you on da Natural Mystic from Bob Marley. Andi. Then I've got some really good little backing tracks. Sunshine, reggae, Hayman, overuse. The Sunday Shining Also, which is one of the first regular tracks that overheard on my noticed in that that it has melodic any. I thought it was harmonica initially, but it's melodic. Er, so we'll be learning some of the melodic lines. Um, on there are some great Jamaican biological players, so that's a good thing to catch. Hold off, you know? Listen, listen to those. So that's it. Come on in and let's get cracking. It'll start very, very easy. Have no fear you will be able to do it. All of it. You'll be as do all of it. Okay, see inside right now. 3. Reggae3 chug : Hi there. So let's have a look at what we can actually do practically right now on the harmonica. Oh, you, By the way, you might just notice this rather groovy insignia. This is the national Harmonica League or harmonica. UK is. It's known. You can You can go black harmonica, doctor co dot UK for all things harmonica in the UK and abroad as well. Anyway, what can we do? So how about this? Yeah. Now can you see what I'm doing? Maybe it's really obvious. I'm just breathing out one. Good. So I'm going something. That check chap, chap, chap, chap, chap. And then the same thing. Breathing in chat. Chapman Chapman. Jack, you want right with me. 1234 Not very difficult, is it? And you can hear I'm beginning to add a few more things in there, so we do it again. If you keep doing the same thing this time, we're gonna start with breathing in. And then in the next song, well, dio a piece that is in G on G, and then it's gonna give you some different chords as well. But this is all work nicely. So breathing in this time. 12341 You know is not easy. Nice and sweet. So why don't you just do that? There's your practice for right there. Why don't you just do that for, Ah, a couple of hours every day? Uh, well, you know what I mean? The more you practice, the better you get. So why don't you just get that groove? You could kind of walk around as well, but don't forget you have to walk around in a a reggae way. - So I'm just I'm just feeling fragments of Tunis coming at me. No, no particular order. But you'll do that. If you listen to a lot of this reggae stuff, you will get tunes coming to you. Right? Practice that. See in the next lecture by for now. 4. Reggae4 chords: here comes the next track. So this is gonna be It's a backing track or Sunshine Reggae, which I got from I riel Pro. It's a free program. You can get that and find it. Uh, we'll try to give you the backing track as well. Let's have a listen. It's nice and easy. It's kind of the simplest thing I could find, I thought wouldn't really work nicely. That's a G chord shift to be minor. Hey, minor on repeats its join in Breathing in, Keep breathing in out. Keep breathing out. Breathing in on doubt alone knows one and 212 and three. - Keep doing that. Just that as you're doing it. Wouldn't you listen to other instruments in the band base? You can hear more clearly than anything? Maybe stop playing a minute and try and sing the baseline way. What else can you hear? Don't Don't don't don't. Don't you hear the cow bell? Or is it would block on 3123133 And where do you hear that guitar? Where's this? 1234 beaches. It won t 02 for two for two for two for Guitar 32313 No one, not so much is happening very often. Guitar, whether it's guitarist in their memory, often the basis of their Okay, so practice that nice little pieces. Name way. I'm starting to differentiate a little bit. So when the Geico is one and two on a big chord 33 and four and on the E chord to three, that's one or 23 and four now breathing in one and two, breathing out or even two and three breathing. I'll be better, I think. 123 and four. So bringing in one and two and two and three out. 23 Let's go way. Okay. Hope you enjoyed that play along with it. I just refresh this. The beginning of the next lecture, in case you haven't made it to this far. Okay. See? Next time. Bye. For now 5. Reggae5 rootnotes: Hi there. Welcome back. Let me just just in case you didn't make it to the end of that last lecture on Bond. Do you know if that's you? Then you missed a great bid at the end. You always need to watch the end of these things. Just need to grab my correct harmonica. See, harp, that I'll be the one You can see the sea. Can you see the sea Onda? Uh, here's what we revealed right at the end. So the G chord we're gonna play How was one and two? Only breathing in. And then the b minor chord I'm gonna play hold three and four. Theo still breathing in but moved to move up a little bit too. Holds three and four. Doesn't matter if you spill a few, but the general idea is you're going from G to be minor and then the third quarter's e minor and then you want to go to three on two and three blow. Oh, which is the 1st 2 notes of the e minor chord. So you could RG cord be mine accord on our e minor chord, Theo. Three courts and what you can do is you can just play the root note just before it, if you like. The route noted, the G chord is the note of G that's to drawer. Then with the B cord, you can play the three draw. That's the root note, and then you play a chord. Theo. Then with your eat e chord, you play the note of E first of all, the root of that court, which is to blow Theun two and three, which is your first part of the court. How is that? Does that feel? Let's try it with the band showy as before, so we'll just you You don't need to look at this time because you know what it is. So here's the G chord. You're a geek. You could just the root note. So G. Theo again, that's two drawer G or three blow. If you prefer three drawer, be Theo to loathe. She could an octave higher if you want six blow for the three, The seven droids for the B and then five blows for the thief thing. I think start mixing up tips you could have maybe G. Theo 56 drawer thing way. So now we've got our route notes on our chords really sorted out when you're playing your root note on RG, for example. What? You just slide up and down to the next holding back theme the same on the note of bees, a three drawer Theo, the same on to blow the See How that sounds thing thing. Okay, so I just jumped up adoptive there on the same thing so you can slide up where you can slide down. Even so, your geek or that's going down just going down to the next hole and back up again on the B chord. It's very, very open. Reggae is very, very open, so you could do a lot of things. You can get away with a lot of stuff, but you can't get away with what we know. Really enjoy the freedom. So you later bye for now. 6. Reggae6 scales: Now let's have a look at extending from the root notes and using the cords. In other words, we need some scales, or preferably just one scale. If we get one scale that we do the whole job for this particular song and bear in mind, every song is different. But these particular cords all fit into one scale pretty much. And that's our G major pentatonic. If we extend the G major pentatonic, we'll find that the A minor pentatonic is in there as well. And so is the B minor pentatonic just about So here's our G major pentatonic. The notes are G A B D E g A B d e uh, G o K b d Hey, so g is to drawer or three blow if you like eyes to draw double three drawer double Bend. I thought this could be played an octave higher. If you can't bend the notes, you can either just forget about that one. Doesn't matter too much. Or do the whole thing. One operative high. What you show you in a minute? Um, there's a note bending course if you really want to get into note bending Upton. Two courses on note bending. Take the simple one first, and that's got how to play this, noting in this A B is three draw thing G A B on the next one is D such four drawer I actually needed E, which is five. Blow Theo first thing to practice those five notes or do an octave higher six. Blow I that all these scales go right across the full extent off the instrument. Soas faras. You want to go with it as far as you can so you could play it from the very top to the very bottom of the instrument. Would you stick in the middle for the moment? Now this scale, you just have to learn it basic. Just play it up and down, played up and down as you. If you think of it from G to G, it's the G major pentatonic. We think of it from E three is an e minor pentatonic. It's the same notes. He just roll it over one or back one, and it's actually the same notes. That is a pretty tricky concept to get into your head because one is one is major and one is minor. Let's just accept it. For now, that's how it is. You contest this and Google it and check If you have a music teacher, you can check the validity of that. But let's just play it. So I'm gonna put this track down again and we'll just play that G major pentatonic over Theo. Theo Sounds quite sweet, doesn't it? Just do that. Loads and loads do that without the tricky A thief. Sweet. It sounds, Theo. Okay, practice that ran around. I could just play that for hours. In fact, I think I will and you can as well. So let's just take a break. Now let's play for hours and then we'll come back and we'll study some more rights in a bit by Vinnell. 7. Reggae7 demo: so I thought I would just demonstrate this now a little bit. You're very welcome to join in. Or just listen. If you like, I'll just play some of the things that we've been learning. So the route notes the chords scales on and you can see how you think it sounds. Here we go. Theo. Theo! Theo! Theo thing . - Theo , I think Theo Theo thing. Wait, that's enough. It's enough of me playing. Really Hope that was useful. Interesting on you could see I was using all the things that we've just been learning about . So driving is quite a nice way of playing. I want to show you a baseline, so I'll do that in a minute. Um, yeah. Okay. What did I Minutes. See you in a few minutes. 8. Reggae8 bass demo: Hi. I just wanted to give you a little demonstration on band in a box of what the bass playing looks like. So have a look you will notice. In many cases, it's not on beat one of the bar, so it's quite a different feel to perhaps what you might have already experienced. So have a look at this You can see in red, but your ears get you into the base. See? It's not on the beat one. I lost the tithe I didn't do. - I don't Okay, just pulls out. So do you get the idea? Is quite a different feel to if you're if you're used to listening to blues and rock and all that sort of thing. This has a very different fields. I just wanted to show you a lot of the time you you'll find with, um, Caribbean music. Let's say the conga drum would play beat four and 1234 And don't don't bump, bump, bump, bump, bump, bump, bump, bump that that bomb bomb for and duke for And very often you won't certainly hear that in Cuban music. I remember studying that little bit playing conga drums with that you don't do t gone. Come. So it's the Gong Gong that's for end and that helps you find out where beat one is. But very often beat one is not played by many instruments, which is a bit strange for Western ears Or, you know, for, um listeningto blues and rock. It's jazz. You were here where beat one is so I just wanted to point it out to you. Hope that was helpful. Okay, See you next one. 9. Reggae9 Hey Man: Well, just what we've got that base demo up on the screen, as I had before, just converted it into the court shot style So you can see you've got G chord C cords and D chords on D seven, the pieces in G. And so it's a regular based in G, so you can use the same scale as we used before. So what we're gonna do, I'm just going to run this quickly. If you If you want to move on, you can just skip this bit. But I think it's quite good practice. So try and play the chords on the route. Notes on the scale on Let's see how you get on for the D chord. You can play four and five. Draw the G chord As you know it's two and three or 12 and three. Really, the G and the D A. Pretty similar, So the DMG definitely must be breathing in, and the C chord must definitely be breathing out. So what do you start with? That just trying to coordinate the breathing in and breathing out, do that first chords first, then play the route notes and then start improvising around using that same scale as before . So I'll do it with you for liberty and a little bit, and then I'll just take a break and you can drive it yourself. That starts with this in court. G. Here we go. Are you ready? Let's go. Volume up a bit. G C g G C T. Yeah, - Andy Thing over to you. Terrible drums only. It is good practice of ink. - Trump's in the 19 eighties. Okay, Hope you enjoyed that little bit of practice. I think it's worth doing it before we get onto the what you might call the rial stuff. Okay. See, in a minute for the real stuff. 10. Reggae10 positions: Hi. I just wanted to give you a quick overview off positional playing. So we're gonna do The sun is shining, So look it up, Bob Marley. Sun is shining, um, cracking tune. It's in e minor on and I'm gonna got full. In fact, five 500 acres here a g, d A and e So in the key of e the harmonica rece first position in the key of If I want to play in the key of e e harmonica gives me first position if I want to use on a harmonica. The key of E is second position based on two drawer. If I want to use a D harmonica, its third positions, that's based on one drawer. If I want to play in fourth position, it's a G harmonica. That's fourth position. That's based on three drawer double Bend on. If I want to play on a C harmonica or if I've only got to see harmonica, I'm gonna be in fifth position whether I like it or not. And that's based on to blow. Let me just run this track. This is just a quick demo, so you get an idea what it's like to you really need to choose. You've only got one. Harmonica is great. You don't have to choose. But if you've got a little 12 which is something you might get towards at some point each one each of the 12 harmonicas, they're 12 keys in music, right? You know that from the piano keyboard. Each of the 12 regular tuned keys of harmonica can each be played in 12 keys. I'll say that again, so it sinks in. Each of the 12 harmonicas can each be played in all 12 keys, with varying degrees off ease and difficulty and convenience on inconvenience. So let's hear a little bit. I'll just sort of busk around a bit, basically playing in the minor pentatonic scale on all five of those harmonicas, and you'll see me finding it easy on the sea. Hop on. As we get nearer towards the you'll find me struggling so I would rather play on a C heart , I think, than anything else. But let's see. So here's the track now. No todo very nice. See harmonica. Its position theory. It's a G hop now in fourth position. Starting Theo Theo is quite mellow, quite like that Now, here's my D harmonica. Third position, so I'm starting three drawer. Theo. Theo is my guy. Thing is gonna be now second position, starting to drool. Second position will be kind of losing. So I've got to try and not be losing Theo possible. But it's struggling. And now here's my last one. The harmonica. First position. I'm gonna struggle with Theo. Okay, So what I'm learning from that is first position was hardest Second, this was next hardest. 3rd 4th and fifth. Yeah, well, quite nice. Third, Sandy. Quite jazzy. Four. Sounded very mellow because it happens to be on a low harmonic on a G harmonica. And, um, that's four plays in fifth position was the sea heart, which is what we're gonna practice on now, in the next lecture on That was that Sounded great to me. Signed a very convenient. So they get a little overview off the five. Those 1st 5 positions. There are 12 positions on those of the 1st 5 OK, grab. You see, Harper, see, in the next lecture 11. Reggae11 empent: So let's gather scrap a C harmonica on and we will use that same e minor pentatonic scale and just do a little bit of basking later. We'll do the tune. There's lots of June Sun is shiny Whether it's sweet make you wanna move here Don't sing. Feed to the rescue Here I am, all that kind of stuff you can. I can't show you that because it's copyright. But you can crab that off you cheap where everything is copyright. You're not, perhaps, I don't know, very confusing. Hey, wait. Here we go. We're just gonna play our e minor pentatonic scale. I just remind you, five blow Byblos six Blow five Blow six blow six draw five blows, explodes six. Draw seven Drawer eight. Draw on eight blow to finish it off. If you want to stop there and pause, practice this. You're welcome. If you're more advanced, play you can go down the Octopus. Well, uh, then you fall off the end with a few wrong notes as well. So let's just bask along with it now, using that scale, you can say it fits really well. Uh uh uh. Just using the notes of that scale way. Okay. You want to keep going with that a little bit. You play, I'll watch. Okay, Go easy. - Okay , let's call it the whole today. I'll give you that backing track as well. So that's playing around with the pentatonic scale. Now, let's in the next lectures. Have a look at some of the tunes. Now, when you listen to the original, you will hear what sounds like a harmonica. It's actually a melodic er And, um, I don't know exactly who played it. It could have Bean Augustus, What is his name? I'll come back to you with his. With his name cracking good. My logica player. It's just jumped out of my mind anyway, I'll come back to you. Hate of Elam's, right. Practice that and I'll see you in a minute for some of the tune. Okay, Right now. 12. Reggae12 tune: I got it. It's Augustus Pablo. I knew it. So look up Augustus Pablo on YouTube and you'll see him playing quite a lot and great melodic of stuff. Now I have it on good authority that he's one of the top guys, so we can copy him. We can learn from him. Using some of his phrasing, obviously, is a different instrument. So very easy for him to just play the black notes. So it's not for us, but a lot of the time he'll be using the white notes and playing minor pentatonic scales Samos way doing. And also, by looking at what he's doing, you can see what keys in, can't you? You can see if he is using the black notes. If he is. Which ones? So big Augustus. Pablo. That's the man. It's a good tactic for harmonica players in reggae. All right, see you later. Okay, here comes some fragments. Tune. I'm not gonna do the whole thing because, you know, we'll give you the basics. Then you can work it out. Sun is shining, whether it is sweet, Theo shining. So three Draw three drawer four drawer four draw. Easy. Wasn't it, Theo title done. At least whether is street We'll blow or drawback to four blow freedom Put it together Sun is shining Where is sweet? And did you hear the melodic er um, playing dio, uh, in the original. It's a country for drawer. Bend it. Four blow three drawer. Uh, sounds nice, doesn't it? Ah, uh, make you won't move your dancing feet. Oh, same. Same nights. Pretty much to the rescue. The theme. Next bitch. Uh, 6665 or blowing to the rescue to the rescue. You can't sing us highs, Bob to the rescue And then the melodic adjust copies the last two notes to the rescue. Ah, here. I, um here, I, um so that is six drawer six blow seven drawer. Uh, here. I, um, when he puts it or flick on it, we can sort of copy things that other instruments do. Call me. Why not? Um And then you got when you want to know, can you understand? And then the melodic it comes in again. Uh, that's right on the five. So it's six. Blow twice and then draw five. Blow. Six. Drawer five. Draw. Five. Blow. Six, drawer five and then blow fight. So you end on the tonic note on the, uh uh, So I think you can patch those. There was little phrasings into the song, can't you? As you as you wish. You can play over the top of Bob if you can get the track up on YouTube or press you've got a copy of yourself. Play those with it. It's pretty much the same throughout the whole song. So that gives you a little bit of an intro. I don't want to talk about every single word and every single note. You can do that if you want to. All right, we'll move on to another song. Okay? See you later. 13. Reggae13 no woman: Well, I think it wouldn't be right to finish this course that I look at the few other songs. No woman, no cry. So let me just show you the melody off this on C harmonica songs in C so you can pick up her from your travel wherever Theo one bend in it. The last note is a bend, so it's no, no cry for blow three drawer full blow again Free draw again Themed then the bend on three drawer. Now, if you can't play that, you could play it whole seven All in all seven out in out in on six drawer if you like. I prefer to play through no woman, no cry five. Blow my drawer Blow or draw blow Let's put it together uh, again. Oh, Theo. Ending. He sometimes uses no woman, no cry Something that isn't it. Five draws six draw on, then six. Blow five Blow, uh, and then finish the phrase As before now, I was trying to find the scale for this tune. I guess a C major pentatonic first position would go. Well, then I tried the other notes on just the scale of C seems to work fine. So basically any note a note will do. Well, you try it, you try it. Let's just jam along with its showy. I'll play long forbidden and I'll stop for a bit thing. Theo thing. Theo, I think that you're doing OK. I'm stopped you doing baseline , Okay? How's that Give you an entry into No woman, No cry. I gotta do some more. This is such a good songs. Maybe we'll have a look at Redemption song. It's I don't know if it's exactly reggae, but it's so It's so Bob Marley. I feel we ought on. Then I want to give you a couple of police songs. Maybe one more would be natural mystic from Bob Marley. And perhaps a couple of police songs will be good. There's no end to this. Is that really but has to be an end. Okay, enjoy that. See you later. 14. Reggae14 Redemption: now this is This is redemption song. It's so It's so Bob Marley. We had to do it, really, But I don't know if it's really reggae as such. You know, it's a story, isn't it? So I'll just give you the tab for this, and I'll play a little bit. How? Oh, Pirates. Yes. They rob, uh, sold I to the immersion ships. - Ah , great options. Uh uh, Now I'm playing it in the middle register. You could play it in the low register. Um, - on There's a lot you could do with this song. What a beautiful song. I don't know a backing track for this, but I'll give you the tablets. You all right? Might be a way in for you. Enjoy that one. 15. Reggae15 Natural Mystic: he is another great song you can play along with on YouTube or somebody called natural Mystic. There's a not true mystic flowing through the, uh ah! Oh, no. So I'll give you the time for this, Theo, if you can bend notes you starting on three drawer double bend. This song is in a minor, Theo. First of his three drawer double band, doesn't it? It starts on that note. Four blow on four drawer you. There's a not true Miss Dig is five blow. Okay, four blow next back to that three drawer double bend. Release the bend and put it back on eyes. If you're not bending notes yet, then you want to start on six. Draw, uh, start and finish on six. Drawer six, troll seven. Blow. Lots of eight drawers, uh, in a blow. Seven blow. Uh, it's extraordinarily blow drawer. Uh, so Google is to natural mystic about Molly. Andi is in a minor. You will be able to play along using an a minor pentatonic scale or just a c major scale. But when you get to note of a think of that as you tonic note CD F d a and then try and try and focus on that one as your has your torn note, Theo. So you're in fourth position on your C harmonica, and that'll work. Well, I'm not going to tell you the whole tab for that tune because you'll find out if you're interested, you will find out. But I just wanted to open the door to that one natural mystic Bob Marley. It builds. 16. Reggae16 Bed and outro: Now here's a song you might know. Police sting. Bed's too big without you. The that's in the key of e minor Theo. That's a nice one that you can learn. You'll find that on YouTube. I knew. Just give you that. Any phrase to draw. Bend it, blow it such to draw to draw bent to blow beds Too big one drawer. Ah, to blow three drawer to finish that phrase. No, you can play an octave higher if you could do the overblow. Six. Blow by blow. Uh, why blow four drawer five Blow three. Draw. So that's a way that you can play that little phrase. It's like a state in fifth position E minor. You could use a different harmonica, but if we only got to see why not use that as a challenge? So we've used the minor pentatonic scale quite a few times in this course, so that's the thing to use. Try it with that on a cracking good June, you could learn the rest of it very easily. All right, enjoy that police, the beds too big without you. So I hope you enjoyed that. Police something. There's loads off other police songs that we could do and just There's a ton of reggae out there, and some of it is exceptionally good. Andi, I hoping that this is open the door for you so that you can now go and tackle some of these tunes and play them with bands and jump up on stage. Andi, relax into the groove and just play some reggae and just chill out playing music. So enjoy it. Let me know what you think. All right? See you next month for another course, which is probably gonna be some blues. And then after that, I think we're going to get into the country music. All right. See you next time. Bye for now.