Besides the scale itself the main thing one should learn about modes is the chord progressions it forms. In the last post I was talking about the i-IV-Progression as a very common progression in the dorian mode.
Here's a very famous example for this progression in the key of A-dorian:
The famous example that I want to show you for this progression is in the key of F# dorian:
Get Lucky features another common progression in the dorian mode the i-iii-v-IV-Progression. It's in the key of B dorian:
The bass on this track was played by the great Nathan East on a 5-string bass and I have to admit that it really took me a while to figure out his really outstanding bassline with all the subtle rhythmic details correctly.
The video has a prolonged intro which i didn't transcribe.
So thanks again to Mareen for the donation and I hope you "get lucky" with my transcription!