Here’s a great tune by Stefan Grossman’called Bermuda Triangle Exit recorded in 1977, it’s one I learnt about 30 years and still play to this day. It’s written in the style of Jerry Reed the great guitar player who died earlier this year. The first section of the tune has a descending bass part that descends one note at a time. It starts on an E minor, then steps down to the Major 7th in the bass, then the 7th, and 6th, similar to many other tunes like What are You Doing the Rest of Your Life, Masquerade etc. It is a fantastic tune to play and I often use it to warm up on, and if you sing a couple of tunes in the same key Em, it’s a good one to use as the middle tune in a medley. You’ll notice he’s capoed up at fret two, this will put the tune into F Sharp minor. The original arrangement that I had in the seventies was published in a Guitar Player Magazine.