I couldn’t let Robert Johnson week pass without covering the Baron’s version of Come On In My Kitchen. It is a fairly standard I – IV – V progression in A (A – D7 – A – E7), so I thought I’d focus on the twiddly bits.
Here’s the intro with two typical Johnson-style descending phrases.
The A-Asus4-A crops up in the chord sections as well. As does a similar move from D7 (2223) to D (2225) and back.
And here’s the bit that doubles the vocal line in the “You better come on…” section.