'Who Dunnit' was written to represent Duck Dunn's simple but effective work at the Stax record label during the sixties and seventies, as well as his work with the Blues Brothers. The track features many stylistic elements that were common to Duck's basslines, such as a heavy use of chord tones, the use of additional scale tones such as the sixth, and the use of chromatic passing notes to ease the transition between chords. In accordance with Duck's playing style, there are only a few fills, which makes the line effective, but unobtrusive.

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