This smooth chord progression is not too difficult to learn so I will break it down for you here.
Please note that the Automatic chord recognition software reads my right hand and uses that as chord information, therefore technically some of the chords are different.
First three chords are: Abmin9th (notice the inverted 9th on Bb), Gbmaj9th (inverted 9th), Ebmin9th (inverted 9th)
Next time round Abmin9th, Gbmaj9th, Fmin7th – to change it up a little.
The tricky part !!! @ 0:12
Again go to Abmin9th, or Abmin7th for this example.
Then shift the 3rd and 5th fingers down half a step and you will end up with Bb7#5 on an inversion, see below. This gives a really soulful flavor with a lot of tension.
Bb7#5 is an augmented chord, it is actually Bb7 or Dominant with a sharpened 5th that’s all.
This next leads into Ebmin7th or 9th
Then back around: Abmin7th, Bb7#5, Ebmin7th and then Emaj7th or 9th to finish off.
If you want to play bass over it, remember the root key for Bb7 (dom) #5 is Bb and NOT Ab is written in the above diagram.
Just keep playing it over and over to get used to the finger position. This above chart can be applied to any minor chord.