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1. IF YOU CAN NOT NAME MORE THAN ONE BLUES ARTIST WHEN ASKED AND CAN NOT NAME MORE THAN ONE BLUES COMPOSITION AND THAT ONE BLUES TUNE IS "STORMY MOND...

02/07/2004, by 0 replies
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lol, Cape Cod, Massachusetts actually.

02/06/2004, by 0 replies
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Saturn.

02/06/2004, by 0 replies
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What part of the world do you live in, Mike? (just out of curiousity)...

02/06/2004, by 0 replies
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Sometimes I use the melody device to keep the form but that limits me to one type of improvisation. Occassionally on this tune I have been matched up with...

02/06/2004, by 0 replies
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If you play with a good drummer HE'LL lead you into the changes.

02/06/2004, by 0 replies
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The more you play tunes like So What, Little Sunflower, Impressions, etc, the better you'll get at keeping your place. In fact, it's sort of zen-like. ...

02/06/2004, by 0 replies
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hm, I know how to count quite well believe me. Just like I do not find the chord changes of Giant Steps creatively restricting, I do not find using voici...

02/06/2004, by 0 replies
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lol...

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I usually just alternate between a measure of Dm and a measure of Ebm, then it doesn't really matter where we are in the form... (just kidding - too...

02/06/2004, by 0 replies
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The same thing happens all the time with 'Little Sunflower' as well. Please everyone - just learn to count!! lol...

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The problem with So What changes is that many people hit the Eb section eight bars early. It's not at all difficult to get it right if you just make sure ...

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Hi Chris. I find keeping the form on this tune a challenge. Sometimes simple harmonic tunes are harder to play than challenging harmonic tunes. When ...

02/06/2004, by 0 replies
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already...

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Christ I left England six months ago and I forgot my English alredy. Greetings from Greece! Chris...

02/06/2004, by 0 replies
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Hi guys. I am trying to get into so what chords lately and I was wondering if you give me some tips on how I can play a modal tune solo without sounding un...

02/06/2004, by 0 replies
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Hey Mike..did you get a chance to try that stuff I posted re-GDS?I'd be interested in knowing whether it was easy to understand,"user-friendly" r...

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Thanks Smg. The little window thing seems to be a bug with the forum though. I had the same problem when I tried to look with a file in your room about G...

02/04/2004, by 0 replies
  re-files

Hey Mike-I checked out your stuff,all great..just wanted to let you know,the two "Rhythm Fives" that came up were in little windows w/out the &qu...

02/04/2004, by 0 replies
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Chord Progressions that it makes sense to practice ii v licks over: The following will be a series of articles about what chord progressions we should pra...

02/03/2004, by 0 replies
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