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I hear a lot of pretty hip ideas when I m checking out some of my favorite soloists in jazz. Whenever I go back and try to catch the lick, I almost always have the same reaction, oh, it s a triad. ...
This week we are talking about minor II-V s, and more specifically, how to deal with them harmonically. They require quite a bit more finesse then a major II-V for a few reasons. I know there is a ...
Learning how to play jazz can seem like a daunting, and at times, absolutely insane undertaking, but it is extremely rewarding. One of the most important things to keep in mind when starting is tha...
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