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<a href="https://www.sheetmusicplus.com/a/item.html?id=20370&item=1897276"><b>post-bop jazz piano by john valerio (more information)</b></a>
<br />---------------i'm just now looking through this book and think it's really what you want for the kind of stuff we talk about here.........
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anyone else read this?
yeah i bought this book a few months ago along with a bebop book from the same series.  its not so much of a reading book, more of a practical book, there are lots of cool tips and you do come away with some good licks and advice.  im still working through the bebop version of the book and it has a lot to offer.  the post bop book is just as good if not a bit better.
the message above wasn't censored for any inappropriate content- it was just a link to the book which i've put at the top of the thread instead (and included ljp id code for affiliate stuff :)
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john valerio has written some great stuff, but i don't hear his name mentioned anywhere. i have book he did called "intros, endings and turnarounds" it's a great book and has really helped me out with my arrangements. i look forward to checking out his bop stuff. there's just so much to study and so little time...
re-above sit.w/link-once you get to the site,just type "valerio" in  "search" and all his books will come up...they let you see some sample pages (actually for the book i'm talking about they have a usable page of voicings you could start working on things with)........
anyone know how to contact john valerio?  i went to his site but there isn't any contact info that i could see.  they look like good books and i was going to inquire if he wanted to send one to me for to review on ljp.
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excellent book!!!

when i bought it two years ago it was a little too advanced for me but now i can enjoy it to his fullest.

he explain in details (some of) the ''tricks'' used by the greats ( bill evans, mccoy tyner, chick corea and herbie hancock).

almost all of the written examples can be heard via the accompanying cd. there is four tunes a the end of the cd that you can playalong like the aebersold ones.

i recommend it too!
oh, and i forgot keith jarrett too is included!
re-contact info above
try jvalerio@mozart.sc.edu
he got right back to me and is going to send a book or two.  i'll try to get through it/them quickly this time.  tim richards waited many months for his review, but i'm going to turn a new leaf this year and do these things quickly.
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thanks scot, let us know what you think.i listened to the samples and i like them, i'm curious to hear if the content helps you get there.
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