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Heck, play it 3 times and make a "lick" out of it!
from a 1970's class w/ Gary Burton
UPDATE as of Wed. mid afternoon
My reed playing friend has family issues to deal with...so now it's a solo jazz guitar gig...me and my looping...
I'm semi-retired. No New Years' Eve gig! :D:thumb:
That sure is true!
I still do a few duet gigs w/ a horn player...like this Friday night.
I think early bop sounds fresher than a lot of later stuff. The "rules" were not yet in place, so to speak.
Listen, study some good books, play along with recordings, and do some solo transcriptions - that's where you write out a solo by a top player as...
That was my point - jazz is a "big tent".
Plus, almost all jazz instruction material begins with bop, which is a result of musical bias in the...
Christian is the grandfather of all jazz guitar players.
His style is based on chord arpeggios!
I am a New Orleans native, jazz is the folk music of my village!
I also studied with a number of fine players, notably Les Wise, who later taught...
Thanks - but I'm prejudiced. I learned bass at the same time I learned guitar - including string bass, which I played in orchestras and jazz bands...
I say bring the bass too - it may get you into places another guitar may not. Plus we all need bass players!
"1968 Dual Showman box with two 15" JBL D130F's"
My all time favorite sounding cab! 2 15" JBL's!
His Tele is well used, not dirty. I think he bought it in the 70's and has used it since.
Look at the metal parts, they have been kept pretty clean.
Tab's a Louisiana boy...been around a while...and he'd sound good on anything.
" Benoit graduated from Vandebilt Catholic High School in Houma,...
Think of the chords as reversed from bass - the bass's EADG becomes GDAE on mandolin.
I have played Italian, classical, jazz, choro, Klezmer, Russian, Greek, and American music on mandolin since the early 70's.
So the first Em "A" section is only 1 X? Not 2x, then major, then one more minor..? this makes a difference to me.
They want attention
Love 'em for it.
Even an SS roll-and-tuck amp!
If your ears are ringing, you are already damaging them!
turn down or wear hearing protection, you'll appreciate it later.
I like the music more than the sandwich
I cannot resist adding this:
and it's a cover, but hey, it's Frank.
No wonder I loved Ox's playing.
Some of those piled-high "Dagwood" things are better looking than they are easy to eat.
Let's say that inferior, stale, or otherwise just bad stuff is not excusable on any sandwich - or food of any sort, for that matter.